An agreeable support, this one is a sure audience pleaser for the first half of any program. True, it is a bit noisy, but comparatively well- made on quite a fair-sized budget. The star, June Lang, was both extremely beautiful and very capable. She would have enjoyed a long- running Hollywood career had she employed an agent. But June elected to manage herself and thus had no-one to stand up for her. She was first in the firing line when she made a number of mistakes, including forsaking her posting to England in 1938 without permission from the studio, because she was afraid that war would soon break out and that she would be trapped in London. Then, back in Hollywood in the early 'forties, she married a man who was a well-known gangster (but that knowledge was not known to June). As a result, the studio tore up her contract and her career was practically over!
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