Cinema: The New Pictures: Mar. 1, 1937

Wings of the Morning (New World). Made in England, first directorial job of a onetime Fox cutter, named Harold Schuster, Wings of the Morning appears by liberal analysis to be a technicolor romance about the Epsom Derby. It takes a very liberal analysis to boil down the impudent, abstracted charm of the picture into this or any other trade category. Wings of the Morning glows with the kind of imagery which used to absorb the late Donn Byrne, upon some of whose stories it is based. Its tinted surfaces are vivid with...

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