Science: The New Pictures

Between Us Girls (Universal) is chiefly notable because it provides the rattletrap tumbril on which John Barrymore's 21-year-old daughter Diana is supposed to ride to stardom. That she survives a solid hour and a half of such a journey is a tribute to her staying powers.

Starlet Barrymore plays the daughter of Star Kay Francis. The plot requires Diana to don a middy blouse and pretend she is twelve in order to keep from her mother's suitor (John Boles) the fact that Mother Francis is fortyish. In the complicated course of this deception, Diana...

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