Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollections

OUTTAKES

A Stroll Down Memory Lane

November 17, 1985

At this time of year in 1937, Warner Bros. was unleashing a new star in a new movie, and critic Dorothy Masters was burbling in her New York Daily News review, "Run, don't walk to the nearest entrance and beg, borrow or steal a look at ----- ----- in ----- -----. What he has done to one gal--an adamant critic at that--he can do to millions of others by restoring their faith in Santa Claus and making them ardent ----- ----- fans in one sitting."

The object of her raving? Ronald Reagan in his first film, "Love Is on the Air."

Advertisement
Los Angeles Times Articles
|
|
|