Penny Serenade (1941)
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Countless distributors have released Penny Serenade (1941) onto VHS and DVD. This film seems to be in the public domain, which means any distributor can legally sell copies without paying royalties. Beware. Many small distributors market copies of public domain films with poor picture and sound. Others are more reputable and deliver good transfers of the best available prints. Shop around.
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"Produced with less skill and acted with less sincerity, Penny Serenade might have missed the mark by a mile, but George Stevens' direction and the excellence of the stars' playing make the film."
"To make something out of very little, and that so near at hand, is one of the tests of artistry."
-- Otis Ferguson
"A tear compeller showing how Cary Grant and Irene Dunne lose first their own baby and then the one they adopt. Which, as Lady Bracknell would certainly have observed, looks like carelessness."
-- James Agate
"Well-played but uneasy film which veers suddenly and disconcertingly from light comedy to tragedy."
-- Leslie Halliwell, Film Guide
"Quintessential soap opera."
-- Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide Edit