"...the score of Night and Day, a radiant web woven tight of Cole Porter's melodies..."
|With Monty Woolley and Jane Wyman (The film was released both in Black and White and Colourised).|
Night and Day - Review is taken from 'The Films of Cary Grant' by Donald Deschner (1973):
"In Hollywood they are acclaiming the twentieth anniversary of the talkies. The Warners with a proprietary interest in the event have designated Night and Day, their motion picture biography of Cole Porter, as the anniversary film. If they planned to celebrate some of the incredible inanities that have been perpetrated in the name of talk during the past two decades, they could not have chosen a better film with which to do it. But the sound track was designed to carry a load of music as well as words, and it must be admitted that the score of Night and Day, a radiant web woven tight of Cole Porter's melodies, makes it seem well worth having struggled through the first twenty years."
- Theatre Arts Magazine
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