Well, first of all, this smartly dressed couple would be pretty incongruous in a movie theatre today, wouldn’t they? Sue’s hat and glove ensemble’s right at home for these stellar entries in Warner’s 1941 line-up, however. I've always been given to understand that the woman makes the ultimate choice as to what a couple will go to see, but Sue looks game for the whole shelf of WB offerings, as does her escort. In fact, she’s "almost as anxious" to see The Maltese Falcon and Sergeant York as she is to see her "darling" escort. Well, that’s understandable. It is The Maltese Falcon, after all. Jeopardizing the relationship for the likes of Navy Blues and International Squadron may be something else again, but in those days, you had at the very least a menu of short subjects or a co-feature to cover your losses from a punk attraction at the top-of-the-bill. Nine dates to Warner Bros. shows will surely be enough to seal the deal for this young couple --- love takes flight on the wings of Dive Bomber.