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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

1928 Comedy List
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SMH Staff Sydney Morning Herald Ruth Taylor has expressed tho character with surprising subtlety. She is exactly Anita Loos's Lorelei, all demureness and simplicity at a casual view, but composed of nothing but the most ingenious self seeking when one gets to know her better. Sep 29, 2020 Full Review Mordaunt Hall New York Times A splendid pictorial translation of Anita Loos's book. Sep 29, 2020 Full Review TIME Staff TIME Magazine Altogether, in its slyly sympathetic exposition of gold-digging as a fine art, the picture has precisely the delicious flavour of its literary model. Sep 29, 2020 Full Review Robert E. Sherwood LIFE It manages to miss the main point of Anita Loos's original manuscript, and if you ask me what that point is, I shall have to break down and confess that I don't just know. Oct 5, 2021 Full Review Laurence Reid Motion Picture News It shapes up well enough in situations and characters, but for the life of it the sparkle of the book and the play was unable to be captured. Sep 29, 2020 Full Review Martin Dickstein Brooklyn Daily Eagle It is Ruth Taylor, as Lorelei, to whom the major portion of the credit must go for a very capable picturization of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Sep 29, 2020 Full Review Read all reviews
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Director
Malcolm St. Clair
Genre
Comedy
Original Language
English