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<p>TRUE CONFESSION, 1937, Universal, 85 min. Director Wesley Ruggles helmed this long-out-of-circulation screwball comedy. Pathological liar Carole Lombard tries to boost the career of her scrupulously honest (and thus unsuccessful) lawyer husband Fred MacMurray by confessing to a murder so he can defend her. John Barrymore is an egotistical opportunist who tries to blackmail her, with hilarious results.</p> <p>THE FLEET’S IN, 1942, Universal, 93 min. Director Victor Schertzinger’s last film was this charming wartime musical comedy. William Holden is a bashful sailor who is accidentally photographed with a famous actress. His shipmate buddies, including impetuous Eddie Bracken, engineer a bet that Holden can thaw the icy exterior of a glamorous nightclub singer (Dorothy Lamour) known as the Countess of Swingland. Betty Hutton nearly steals the film as Lamour’s capricious roommate.</p>

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