This is a lusty story [from a novel by Rafael Sabatini] of English buccaneers who plunder women and the Spanish Main with equal facility.
Laid in England during the reign of King George III, the story [from the novel Benjamin Blake by Edison Marshall] is that of Benjamin Blake (Tyrone Power) who undergoes great hardships and reverses…
Reunion is another one of those dramas cooked up about the subjugation of the French by the German conquerors. Starting out with some promise, it falls apart at the halfway point. Attempts to…
Adaptors Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov obviously liked their stage play [adapted from New Yorker stories by Ruth McKenney], for in translating it to the screen they've retained virtually the…
On the same grand scale of pictorial elaborateness which characterized Thief of Bagdad, Alexander Korda brings again to the screen the diminutive East Indian player, Sabu, in a film version of…
There's the thinnest thread of a romantic story, but it's incidental to Olsen and Johnson's  stage formula for Hellzapoppin'.
This is a Grade A whodunit, with a superlative cast. The novel story line, which would do credit to an Alfred Hitchcock thriller, has the added potency of Hedy Lamarr and William Powell.
Warners had a problem in transferring the Robert Carson Sat Eve Post serial to the screen. Original, under title of Aloha Means Goodbye, depicted a spy melodrama on ship that finally reached Hawaii…
From John Steinbeck's book of related stories, Tortilla Flat (presented as a Broadway play in the winter of 1937-38 which was a failure) Metro has made a sincere, tender, beguiling and at times…
Thirty-one film treatments on [John Colton's play] Shanghai Gesture were submitted without success to the Hays Office. Producer Arnold Pressburger finally slipped through a treatment for a go-ahead…