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Film Review of Ladies of The Chorus: An Attractive Mother Hesitant About Ostracism, a Beautiful Daughter Hopeful About Marriage, and a Handsome Heir Hopelessly in Love
Entertainers sometimes are deemed fine as diversions but not spouses. Marriage between showgirls and tycoons may not survive ostracism by “decent” society. What then results when a handsome heir proposes to one of the lovely “Ladies of the Chorus”?
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An abandoned boy ages into an angry adult who feels short-sheeted by life. He looks to teen-aged minors for companionship in carousing and lawlessness. What will he do if a past truth can free him from harsh punishment in the film “Dangerous Years”?
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Struggling performers are alive by committing the crime of stealing food. A private detective devotes years to solving the crime of stolen Romanoff royal diamonds. Will the two paths’ crossing end in happiness or unhappiness in the film “Love Happy”?
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Film Review of Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!: A Flirtatious Farmgirl, a Hard-working Hunk, and Two Magnificent Mules in Rural Southern New Jersey
A farmboy endures absent parents and present stepfamilies. But he finds his stepbrother his rival for a farmer’s daughter and goodwill. Happy outcomes may depend upon how fast he gets two stubborn mules trained in the movie “Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!”
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Film Review of O Henrys Full House Episode 1 The Cop and The Anthem: A Streetwalker Trying Not to be Arrested and a Vagrant Trying to be Jailed in a Cold City of Cold People
A vagrant cannot bear another winter on New York City streets. He schemes to be fed and warm in jail. But how will he feel and what will happen when beauty and music evoke his past in Episode one “The Cop and the Anthem” in “O. Henry’s Full House?”
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Film Review of We Are Not Married: Couples Whose Wedding Plans Involve Christmas Eve and a Justice of The Peace Whose Appointment is Effective Next Year
Public servants must balance popularity and procedure to gain tenure. They must keep the two from ending up in out-and-out conflict. So what will happen when a justice of the peace illegally marries couples who then discover “We’re Not Married!”
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Film Review of Somethings Got to Give: Another Mans Wife and an Eligible Hunk on a Desert Island Versus Another Womans Husband and a Second Wife in The Family Home
A beautiful photographer comes back five years after being presumed dead. Her children have no memory of her, and her husband has a new wife. When “Something’s Got to Give”, will it be the hunk who helped her survive or the family that moved on?
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The film industry finds different ways to acknowledge performers. Living performers may receive Academy and Lifetime Achievement Awards. Twentieth Century Fox thanked Marilyn Monroe with the posthumous documentary “Marilyn”.
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Film Review of As Young as You Feel: An Employee Unenthused Over Mandatory Retirement, a Precarious Ruse, and Rising Company Stock
A printing press operator does not feel too enfeebled or old to work. But his company has a mandatory retirement age of 65. Will the ruse which he uses to change policy get him what he wants or throw him in jail in “As Young as You Feel”?