Bright Lights (Warner Bros.) (1935)

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You're reaching out for extra audiences when you play this one—Not only will “Bright Lights” give the legion of Brown fans something to word-ofmouth about— but in addition its ‘big show’ qualities will strongly appeal to the same class of patrons who made “42nd Street” and the follow-up Warner musicals such outstanding grossers. TELL THEM ABOUT Joe singing aad dancing in the most convulsing musical numbers on record — with > a screen-full of stars and girls and the grandest collection of gags ever...