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Adv ok,love Baz in period piece.Alan Marshall still being thought of as stealing his thunder,he couldn’t hold a candle in Garden Of Allah,and while he was love interest here,I can’t keep my eyes off the Baz.Think he and Ida look good in Adv.Think H’wood & fans should have banded together to appeal to him to continue in films and plays after Universal dumped SH franchise in 1946,esp since they profited quite well and crowds turned out while they lasted.Maybe it should’ve been Weedy he dumped on couch like sack of potatoes instead od lovely Ida Lupino.Who knows,maybe it was his idea of teasing her,I just never saw it as his showing his strength,for a very thin man,he seemed quite strong.