MARGARET LOCKWOOD, one of our special type tweedy-quiet stars that we like in England above all the glamour girls of Hollywood, has got herself into a screaming, pinching, biting (back and sarcasm included) comedy of chorus-girl manners that is forerunner to the film version of The Women. As you might expect, Margaret Lockwood is out of place in the menage of A Girl Must Live. That is not synonymous with being mis-cast. On the contrary, Margaret's dignity is just the contrast needed to keep the balance. It is a crazy picture full of smart talk and smart ways that parallels Hollywood fairly and squarely, New Gallery
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