Cinema: Also Showing

Ferdinand (Walt Disney). Munro Leaf's and Robert Lawson's famed floraphile bull,* exhibiting his languid individualism in eight minutes of ingratiating Technicolor cartoon.

The Shining Hour (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer). Triangle drama, recklessly adapted from Keith Winter's play, about a cabaret dancer (Joan Crawford) who marries an aristocrat (Melvyn Douglas) and falls in love with his brother (Robert Young).


Sixty Glorious Years (Anna Neagle, Anton Walbrook; TIME, Nov. 28).

Submarine Patrol (Nancy Kelly, Richard Greene; TIME, Nov. 28).

Ballerina (Mia Slavenska, Janine Charrat; TIME, Nov. 28).

The Lady Vanishes (Margaret Lockwood, Dame May Whitty; TIME, Nov. 21).


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