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With a new wardrobe of bow-tres and business suits, Errol Flynn takes advantages of "Footsteps in the Dark" to jump several centuries from the days of Robin Hood to modern times. Surprisingly enough for his numerous back-biters, the change seems to have done Hollywood's cavalier some good. His part is that of an idle upper-cruster with an insatiable yen for detective work, so much so that he leads a double life, writing mysteries on the side. His research work leads him to an amusing set of experiences with an archaic strip-teaser and the murders which lurk in her wake. The picture is funny, inasmuch as Flynn is far more convincing as a playboy than as a knight-crrant.

"Keeping Company," the other half of the bill, is a rather dreary bit of moralizing on the pitfalls of marriage, with Frank Morgan not even lying well.

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