Cinema: The New Pictures, Sep. 8, 1952

The Devil Makes Three (MGM) tries to dress up a postwar plot about a new German Fuehrer with some very old-hat movie melodrama.

The would-be Hitler (Claus Clausen) is a pianist-entertainer in a postwar Munich nightclub where Pier Angeli is employed as a hostess. When a U.S. Army Air Force captain (Gene Kelly) becomes romantically involved with Pier, he soon finds that he is also deeply involved in a political underground movement.

The Devil Makes Three has any number of chases by automobile, motorcycle and on foot. It also has some effective-on-the-spot scenes filmed along...

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