"You're a Sweetheart," which opened at the University yesterday, presents the ever-lovely Alice Faye in a mild variation of the usual movie musical. To George Murphy, who owns up to having attended Yale, falls the enviable task of impersonating a millionaire and wooing Miss Faye. He is paid to do this by a scheming producer (Ken Murray) and enters into the thing with considerable gusto, even contributing a neatly executed tap dance. But the burden of the picture falls on Miss Faye, who is more than equal to it. Music and dialogue combine to make this a good picture for a rainy day.
In the companion piece Jackie Cooper returns to us as "Boy of the Streets," the leader of one of those gangs of tough children which are springing up in increasing numbers in our larger cities. He gives a convincing performance, although the solution of the problem--his joining the United States Navy--is of questionable value.