Page 3, 29th October 1943

29th October 1943
Page 3
Page 3, 29th October 1943 — Film

Report an error

Noticed an error on this page?
If you've noticed an error in this article please click here to report it.



Related articles

From Snakes To Apes To Eagle

Page 7 from 30th November 1973

Matrimonial Cases And Canon Law

Page 6 from 12th June 1970

Catholic Film Society

Page 12 from 22nd January 1937

Rota's 16th Judge

Page 5 from 18th February 1955

The Film

Page 10 from 17th September 1937


HOLY MATRIMONY IT is Arnold Bennett's novel Buried Alive which has been reehriste'ned as Holy Matrimony for the cinema public. One wonders why. The original title particularly well fits this comedy about a famous painter who allows his valet to be buried in Westminster Abbey, while he pursues the domestic life of a retired gentleman's gentleman, Grade Fields, wife, shows her genius for straight acting (never a song from her lips) and Moray Woolley is undeviatingly benign as the old artist who breaks down with emotion while attending his owe funaral.—(Tivoll.)

I. C.

blog comments powered by Disqus