This is one of those escapist filmusicals which makes no pretenses at ultra-realism, and if you get into the mood fast that it's something to occupy your attention for an hour and a half. It's all…
Meet Me in St. Louis is wholesome in story [from the book by Sally Benson], colorful both in background and its literal Technicolor, and as American as the World's Series.
Charlotte Bronte's Victorian novel, Jane Eyre, reaches the screen in a drama that is as intense on celluloid as it is on the printed page. This picture has taken liberties with the novel that may be…
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The deft hand of Preston Sturges molded this film, further proof that he is one of the industry's best writer-directors. The numerous situations that lend themselves readily to comedy lines and…
Enter Arsene Lupin a Universal cops-and-robbers saga, French style, is a slick enough combination of romance, action and suspense and offset phony, far-fetched plot.
Broadway Rhythm is a typical backstage filmusical wheeled out in the usual Metro elaborate and colorful style. Displaying group of toprank specialties and names among the entertainers, the fragile…
Sincerity and simplicity shine through every foot of this oversized modern version of the Chaucer epic tale. Here is rare beauty.
Efforts of the Belgian underground to thwart the Nazi grip form the basis for this thrilling melodrama, which often reaches the melodramatic heights of 39 Steps. Picture contains about an hour of…
Roy Rogers is a secret investigator for an insurance company trying to locate a payroll stolen five years ago. He obtains a job singing on the showboat Yellow Rose of Texas from Betty Weston (Dale…
The celluloid version of the tragic events which followed the capture of eight of the American flyers who bombed Tokyo is an intensely moving piece, spellbinding though gory at times, gripping and…