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Calculated by its procedures to make a lot of money, "After the Test Pilot", otherwise known as "Too Hot to Handle", will make a lot of money. This is primarily because it duos Mr. Gable and Miss Loy, who once again give sterling performances of the devil-may-care variety. This is also because, in its own right, it is an amusing, a genuinely exciting picture. The plot, which concerns an ace newsreel cameraman who can fake the best pictures in the trade, and a round-the-world aviatrix who wishes to hunt for her lost brother in the Amazon, is a convenient frame on which to hang a series of thrilling climaxes. These thrills, which include shots of plane crack-ups, burning ships, and devil-dancing Dukas Indians, are enough to make a good picture.

As for "Girls' School", which concerns sweet-young-things-preparing-to-become-flowers-of-society, it has everything: love, hate, jealousy, and pathos. Verily, it has everything.

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