Diary is interesting from several angles, no less of which is its adaptation from the original French. The transition is certainly the most important factor in drawing a line on its entertainment…
Caesar and Cleopatra is a disappointment. In spite of its prodigal magnificence, indeed because of its production values, such vague story interest as it has is hopelessly swamped.
Story [from a novel by Karel J. Benes] unfolds leisurely in telling of a sister who assumes her twin's identity in order to find love.
The filming by Paramount of "The Lost Weekend" marks a particularly outstanding achievement in the Hollywood setting. The psychiatric study of an alcoholic, it is an unusual picture. It is intense…
Mystery melodrama with a psychological twist runs only 64 minutes but it's fast and packed with tense action throughout. Acting and production (though apparently modestly budgeted) are excellent.
Niftily Technicolored and expensive-looking all the way, Wonder Man finds Kaye in a dual role, as twins, one being a nitery performer bumped off by yeggs because of information he was going to give…
Nunnally Johnson whips up a strong and decidedly suspenseful murder melodrama in Woman in the Window. Producer, who also prepared the screenplay [from the novel Once off Guard by J.H. Wallis]…
There is something distressing about the haphazards of the soil's human migrants, and all the squalor that one associates with their condition is brought to The Southerner. An adaptation [by Hugo…
Sensitive love story of a returned war veteran with ugly facial disfigurements, and the homely slavey - both self-conscious of their handicaps - is sincerely told both in the script [based on the…
The Philip Stong novel, which Oscar Hammerstein II authored for the latest screen version [adapted by Sonya Levien and Paul Green], is still a boy-meets-girl yarn that has lost none of the flavor of…