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Submitted by John V Watson
29 October 1931
"Rynox," the eerily unusual novel by Philip Macdonald, which Jerry Jackson produced and Michael Powell directed, tells a story of a nature that keeps one guessing to the end, and its climax is so decidedly original that representatives of the Trade Press have been asked not to disclose the ending to their readers. It is a story that is bound to arouse no end of discussion. The case includes Stewart Rome, Borothy Boyd and John Longden.
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