Let the tears fall where they may - Love Letters is that type of story: warm and appealing, sentimental and emotional.
Incendiary Blonde is sound musical drama based on the life of Broadway's Texas Guinan.
Plot is no more plausible on the screen than it was on the stage [in the play by Wilson Collison and Avery Hopwood] but the sheer frenzy of the slapstick are certain for chuckles.
It's the story [by John Wexley] of the relentless post-war hunt of a Canadian flier for the collaborationist who was responsible for the death of his French bride. Directed and played strictly for…
Play [by Winchell Smith and Byron Ongley based on the novel by George Barr McCutcheon], first produced in 1907, remains somewhat dated despite efforts to refurbish background in this screen…
For his first independent production, Gary Cooper turned out a better-than-average western [from the novel by Alan LeMay]. Cooper is not only the producer but also the star, along with Loretta Young…
John Hersey's story of an American major's administration of a town in Sicily, and his attempts to return it to its peaceful prewar status, has not been tampered with or elaborated upon. The film…
Tonight and Every Night has plenty of pace in its backstage tale [from the play Heart of the City by Lesley Storm], which gets slightly away from regulation formula to carry adequately the many…
Walt Disney in The Three Caballeros reveals a new form of cinematic entertainment wherein he blends live action with animation into a socko feature production.
A cavalcade of a priest's life, played excellently by Gregory Peck, what transcends all the cinemaction is the impact of tolerance, service, faith and godliness.