Cinema, Also Showing Aug. 23, 1943

Hers to Hold (Universal) is another example of the high artfulness whereby Universal has inched its best-paying property, Diva Deanna Durbin, from girlish charm to full-blown love interest. This installment concerns Miss Durbin's fruitless infatuation for a gay, non-marrying Flying Tiger (Joseph Gotten), and it has the profitable merit of leaving Deanna still single, her fans still breathlessly awaiting their singing star's cinemarriage. Petter managed than usual are Miss Durbin's opportunities to break into song. As noon-hour entertainment for workers in an effectively photographed West Coast airplane factory, she sings the Kashmiri...

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