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  • s  disposed to please

  • Rhythm on the Range (Paramount) is a good-humoured, well-paced musicomedy in which Bing Crosby's nonchalant but thoroughly mellifluous barytone is pleasantly used to punctuate a .
  • The electricity guru was kind and good-humoured, but we could both see I was in over my head here.

  • Robert Manne in
    Professor Robert Manne said he'd "become a Ruddite", and praised Rudd for being "decisive, good-humoured and calm".
  • Raymond Fraser in Toronto Star
    From a distance, I thought he was a frightening man, which he would be to an adversary in the ring,said Fraser. "But really when you get to know him, he's a very good-natured, good-humoured man with a lot of presence. He loved to tell...

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