The White Parade (1934)
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Dedicated to "the memory of Florence Nightingale," White Parade might have been better dedicated to the cliche experts at Fox Studios who put this highly entertaining, highly predictable film together. The film chronicles the probationary period of a new team of student nurses in a midwestern hospital. Loretta Young has top billing, so we know she'll make first cut. In fact, Young is so magnificent she practically walks on water; even when offered the opportunity of marrying wealthy John Boles,
Nov 16, 1934 Wide
Ronald Hall III
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Pudgy Lucy Stebbins
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Loretta Young is altogether convincing as the sympathetic femme novitiate who has consecrated herself to her profession. Dorothy Wilson is a fine little actress.
The White Parade is lacking in the qualities which might have made it a fine and stirring drama.
Life at a nurses' training school in the Midwest is portrayed with the usual 1930s woman-picture conventions fully intact.
Starring Loretta Young, this Best Picture Oscar nominee belongs to a cycle of Hollywood films about doctors and nurses.
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