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Music: Barrymore, the Composer

The Barrymore family has always been full of surprises. Grey, growling Lionel, 66 this week, has been etching for years well enough to exhibit with the New...

Cinema: Reunion in Hollywood

(See front cover) When a celebrated actor chooses a vehicle, he is likely to pick something insignificant, to be sure that the merits of his performance...

Sideline Skill

One of the violinists is a Sears, Roebuck shoe salesman, another is president of the company that makes Golden Glint Hair Rinses. The tympanist is an...

The Theatre: Man or Devil

Man or Devil. Lionel Barrymore's appearance in any show is a signal for a certain quantity of thanksgiving. With his three shows this year—The Piker, Taps,...

Cinema: Cinema, Also Showing Apr. 28, 1941

The Bad Man (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) is Pancho Lopez (Wallace Beery), a rootin'-tootin' Mexican bandit, a dead ringer for Pancho Villa, whom Actor Beery portrayed...

The New Pictures, Mar. 17, 1947

Duel in the Sun (David O. Selznick; Vanguard) is a knowing blend of oats and aphrodisiac. It is the costliest, the most lushly Technicolored, the most lavishly...

Cinemasterpieces

Eyeworthy cinemas now current are: SPECTACULAR The Trail of '98 (Dolores Del Rio), Wings (Clara Bow and Charles Rogers), The Last Command (Emil Jannings), The...

The New Pictures, Sep. 23, 1946

Three Wise Fools (MGM) is a tale told by an ancient leprechaun to convince a group of young pixies that there really are such creatures as humans. The oldster...

Cinema: The New Pictures Jun. 25, 1928

The Lion and the Mouse. "Father, I love her" and "Now I must act" fell on the ears of the audience at the Vitaphone's latest offering. They were uttered boldly...

Cinema: The New Pictures: Dec. 18, 1933

Counsellor at Law (Universal). George Simon (John Barrymore) is a talented criminal lawyer, happy in his profession but less fortunate in his home life. This...

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