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Betrayed (M-G-M). The backgrounds for this film are beautiful. They were shot in Holland, in Eastman Color, by Cameraman F. A. Young, and they bathe the eye in that warm brown light the old Dutch masters loved. But when the story gets under way, it is as if a tired beetle were waddling across a canvas by Vermeer.

Autumn, 1944. Clark Gable of the British intelligence, his lips tight, stares at Lana Turner, whose dress is even tighter. Clark: "Why did you come [to England]?" Lana: "Because I wanted to get into the war." Clark: "How much of yourself would you be...

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