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Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Oct. 17, 1938

The Story of a Cheat (Sacha Guitry; TIME. Oct. 10). That Certain Age (Deanna Durbin, Melvyn Douglas, Jackie Cooper; TIME, Oct. 10). Room Service (Harpo,...

Art: Bust to Dust

Alberto Giacometti looks like a tormented Chico Marx; he also sculps and paints with the bug-eyed fury of a Harpo, and creates things undreamed of even in...

Cinema: Also Showing

Touchdown Army (Paramount). Routine football comedy melodrama, dignified slightly by a West Point background. Mysterious Mr. Moto (Twentieth Century-Fox)...

Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Oct. 24, 1938

Doric Rapture (Mr. & Mrs. Armand Denis; TIME, Oct. 17). The Sisters (Bette Davis, Errol Flynn; TIME, Oct. 17). Stablemates (Wallace Beery, Mickey Rooney; TIME,...

PATENT MEDICINES: The Money Cure

Hadacol, in the words of its concocter, Dudley J. LeBlanc, is a dark brown patent medicine that tastes bad. Until the Federal Trade Commission told him to...

Cinema: Mortal Sin

I LOVE YOU TO DEATH Directed by Lawrence Kasdan Screenplay by John Kostmayer Joey Boca (Kevin Kline) has a little trouble with numbers. In the confessional,...

The Presidency: And Back to Texas

Rush, rush, rush — so, from prayer breakfast to personal politicking to crisis confrontation, went President John son's week. In Washington, the President's...

Cinema: The New Pictures: Oct. 3, 1938

Room Service (RKO) is John Murray's and Allen Boretz's outrageously funny farce about the exigencies of show business on a shoe string, redesigned as a...

People: Hollywood Dollar-Dolors

The U.S. sued Comedian Oliver Hardy for $96,757 income taxes, Victor Mc-Laglen for $6,113, Comedienne Zasu Pitts for $426. // 11 Beauty Connoisseur Earl...

Radio: Costly Circle

Most revolutionary radio idea since Charlie McCarthy is The Circle, which for the last five weeks, courtesy of Kellogg's Corn Flakes, has been capping the...

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