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Not worth watching. But has Warren Williams
Story of a psychic, a swindler. But also a kind of strange, rather touching, love story. Love can make you try to go straight, but the economy makes you go bad.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
(1933) Mind Reader
Con artist and fake fortune teller Chandra (Warren William) comes to an emotional as well as ethical stumbling block as soon as he falls in love and takes Sylvia (Constance Cummings) in as his personal secretary.
Despite it's year, the interesting moments are the showcase of scams they pull which requires more than one person. And I also like the fact that the African American character wasn't dumbed nor degraded down as a second class citizen, it would've been nice if the film showed more of him.
3 out of 4
good carny melodrama