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Contrasting the Crime Club's late Edgar Wallace with the Saturday Evening Post's Stephen Vincent Benet, "Dangerous To Know" and "Love, Honor, and Behave" constitute an average double bill. Mr. Wallace's effort is by far the better, and to his good, albeit depressing, story is added fine performances by Akim Tamiroff and Anna May Wong--the music-loving gangster and his "hostess," respectively. But "Love, Honor, and Behave" fails completely to be either an amusing musicale or a sound social drama, succeeding only in convincing a spineless Yale graduate (Wayne Morris) that he should spank his wife (Priscilla Lane).

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