Cinema: The New Pictures: Sep. 4, 1933

Dinner at Eight (Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer). An aging film actor, planning to recoup his fortunes on the stage; Lord & Lady Ferncliffe, just over from London and on their way to Florida; a thick-skinned tycoon named Dan Packard and his Tenth Avenue wife; Dr. and Mrs. Talbot; an elderly actress, Carlotta Vance, trying to squeeze an income out of her stocks: these, with her husband, her daughter, Paula, and her daughter's pleasant young fiance are the people for whom Mrs. Millicent Jordan has her cook concoct an aspic in the shape of a British...

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