Cinema: The New Pictures: Feb. 22, 1937

Head Over Heels in Love (Gaumont-British) represents a heroic attempt on the part of England's major cinema company to get out a genuine U. S.-type musical comedy without infringing upon strict British cinema-quota laws. For industry and ambition, the effort deserves top marks. The producers not only imported Hollywood Scenarist Dwight Taylor, U. S. Songwriters Mack Gordon & Harry Revel and Manhattan Actress Whitney Bourne, they even used a back stage plot about a cabaret entertainer who becomes a radio singer while her partner (Louis Borell) goes to Hollywood, laid the scene in...

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