If Louis Armstrong is your dish, and you can't stand anything slow, sweet, or classical, then the program at the
I n "Hostile Valley," Mr. Williams turns his facile hand to a tale of country folk in an isolated valley.
"J OURNEY to the End of the Night," which has been a literary sensation throughout France, is an adventure story
Warner Baxter again heads the cast of a Hollywood musical extravaganza of the sort which is steadily encroaching upon the
O UR history of the present day, unfolding as it does at more than ten times the rate of the
Katharine Hepburn gives, in our opinion, as excellent an exhibition of acting as she has produced so far, but the
Before getting into any complications it is necessary to make it clear that this reviewer is tremendously prejudiced toward Janet
For those afflicted with midyearitis, we can suggest something much better than the Widow's--Jeanne Eagels' in "Her Cardboard Lover," now