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Rhythm in the Clouds

Rhythm in the Clouds. John H. Auer. 1937.

I think I got this on a 50 DVD public domain DVD box set, so I didn’t have very high expectations. But it’s fun! The actors are really engaging and it moves has and everything is silly and wonderful.

Now, the gags aren’t really top notch or anything, but it’s just so amiable. I was smiling most of the time I was watching this.

The cinematography is surprisingly ambitious for this sort of trifle. Some nice dolly moves and some good larger scenes, but, of course, virtually all of the scenes are just a couple of people in a small room.

The songs are a bit on the lame side, though.

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