The New Pictures, Nov. 27, 1944

Meet Me in St. Louis (M.G.M.) is a musical that even the deaf should enjoy. They will miss some attractive tunes like the sure-fire Trolley Song, the graceful Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, the sentimental You and I and the naively gay title waltz. But they can watch one of the year's prettiest pictures.

Based on Sally Benson's New Yorker stories, Meet Me in St. Louis has a good deal more substance and character than most musicals. It is the story of the well-heeled Smith family during the summer and fall and winter of 1903 and, more particularly, of the four...

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