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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...

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...

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...

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...

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