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Saturday April 27, 2013 - MOVIE - Fantasy "SHE" (1935) Starring Randolph Scott, Helen Mack and Nigel Bruce The story of adventurers that find a hidden land where an evil woman ruler (SHE) commands a real Fountain of Youth. She is "She who must be obeyed!" Randolph Scott, the lovely Helen Mack (SON OF KONG) and Nigel Bruce (Dr. Watson from the classic Sherlock Holmes movies) are the protagonists. A great fantasy with feeling and magic. Suggested by Kevin Slick, Louisville, CO.
Reviews of SHE (1935):
I first saw this story in the later version with Ursula Andres and Peter
When She makes her
For a Saturday
-Kevin Slick Louisville, CO
SHE is one of those movies that I never actually got to see until I was an adult. I love it. Beautiful, magical sets....warm acting and I thought Nigel Bruce was particullary good. It was great to see him in a role outside of Dr, Watson from the Rathbone Sherlock Holmes series.
This film is a fantasy adventure of the highest degree with everything. Helen Mack is also wonderful in this. You may know her better from SON OF KONG (1933).
I better give this a "thumbs up" or suffer the wrath of "She Who Must Be Obeyed!"
BTW - The colorized version, overseen by Ray Harryhausen, is gorgeous.
-Ron Adams, Ligonier, PA
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