Cinema: The New Pictures: Nov. 12, 1934

We Live Again (Samuel Goldwyn). When he was considering Tolstoy's Resurrection for blonde and beauteous Anna Sten's second U. S. appearance, Producer Samuel Goldwyn was reminded that it had been made before, with Lupe Velez and Dolores Del Rio. Said he: "It has not been made until I make it." His explanation: both earlier productions failed to stress sufficiently Resurrection's social message.

Cinemaddicts, familiar with the story of We Live Again, should be pleasantly amazed at the skill with which one of Hollywood's...

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