Producer Samuel Goldwyn made the film first in 1925 and did mighty well by the results. Stella Dallas is chiefly a tear-jerker of A ranking.
Saratoga, a story of the thoroughbreds and the men and women who follow the horses around the circuit, is a glamorous comedy-drama which the late Jean Harlow was completing, as co-star with Clark…
A railway comedy [story by Frank Launder], reminiscent of The Ghost Train (1931), written around the comic personality of Will Hay, supported by his very 'aged' and very 'young' foils.
This is a reverent handling of the Alexandre Bisson play, chosen by M-G-M as a vehicle to demonstrate the dramatic and emotional talent of Gladys George. It's a quiet, comforting sniffle.
One of the oldest stories in pictures - the grooming of a heavyweight champion - has been done again with good results [from the Saturday Evening Post story by Francis Wallace].
Slapstick farce, incredible and without rhyme or reason, is Paramount's contribution to the cycle of goofy pictures which started with My Man Godfrey (1936). This one is a poor imitation, lacking…
Breakfast for Two is loaded with a wide assortment of larynx and midriff ticklers, with Barbara Stanwyck and Herbert Marshall turning in slick performances. About the only time that the zany pace…
A distinct departure from routine picture producing, Vogues of 1938 has an ingenious script, of surprising elasticity. It has a group of superlative floor-show specialties. It introduces a dozen of…
The film [from the novel Death in the Deep South by Ward Greene] pulls no punches, indicting lynch law and mob fury with scalpel-like precision.
Fernand Gravet, Mervyn LeRoy's Franco-Belgian import, makes an auspicious American debut in pictures. Film is a romantic comedy, silly but funny, inconsequential but swell for Gravet and Joan…
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