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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Sunrise's rating of the film Gold Is Where You Find It

    Curtiz crafts fascinating cinematic poetry with normally droll farming politics. When juxtaposed against 1870s city stock-trading Oil men, de Haviland's "Sprat" comes to represent both the old (making a living by farming wheat) and the new (the newspaper, the lightbulb) when it becomes apparent she is a threat and not of the fashion. Her country yellow dress strangely comes to represents an alternative to Gold: Hope.