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At the Metropolitan

By Brenton WELLING Jr.

"Wyoming," is a Western, fundamentally like all other Westerns past, present, and future. The film, however, has some distinguishing features. Wallace Beery shambles through the plot with his hand on his holster and the vaguely reproachful mien of a wounded rhinoceros. Even his romance muscle-woman Marjoric Main smacks of mating season in Tanganika. And few actors in Hollywood have sheer primitivism down to such a fine art as Wallace Beery. Another distinguishing feature of the picture is the magnificent landscapes; in fact, the upper part of the screen is far wilder and woolier than the action in the foreground.

Also on the program is another Dr. Kildare picture which has no distinguishing features aside from a blast for socialized medicine that ought to put the entire membership of the A.M.A. in bed for a week. And finally there is Donald Duck and Pluto in a sequence on bathing which is by far the best thing on the program.

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