A HUNDRED MILLION MOVIE-GOERS MUST BE RIGHT . . . . . . .
A Hundred Million Movie-Goers Must Be Right . . . . . . .
with a Chapter on Comedy by Charles F. Riesner
Published by Movie Appreciation Press, 1938
*SIGNED To Mervyn LeRoy*
Excerpt from A Hundred Million Movie-Goers Must Be Right: An Aid to Movie Appreciation
When the author first heard critics class Over the Hill with the cheapest of ten-twenty-thirty melo dramas, he was sorely puzzled. Many movies of the maudlin genre had poured across the screen before and since the war but there had only been one Over the Hill. And there hasn’t been another My Man Godfrey. Thus the question: If those movies rated so little respect then why haven’t other movies of the same type enjoyed their success?
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