This production has been endowed with all the facilities required to emerge as an exciting tale of the bloodless Nazi subjugation of the people of Norway - and the spirit that prompts a group of…
Song of the Islands is a spontaneous and breezy mixture of comedy, song, dance and romance - set in Hawaiian atmosphere.
Typical Abbott and Costello film fare whose title and background of a dude ranch out west are only props set up to display the usual broadly burlesqued antics of the pair. There are a number of slick…
Now, Voyager, an excursion into psychiatry, is almost episodic in its writing. It affords Bette Davis one of her superlative acting roles, that of a neurotic spinster fighting to free herself from…
Most important factors of Joan of Paris are the American screen debuts of Michele Morgan and Paul Henreid, RKO importations, with each of the pair getting away to fine start. Story [from an original…
The Moss Hart-George S. Kaufman play, a moderate legit hit, becomes a sock comedy on the screen under astute handling and with Jack Benny in the principal laugh role.
Ben Hecht is listed as producer and scripter of this original by Melville Crossman, which is usually Darryl Zanuck's nom de plume when screen-scripting.
Anglo-American Film Corp 'announces proudly that no expense has been spared to save money on this production'. With that nifty this Flanagan and Allen starring vehicle opens with a bellylaugh…
There is so much to acclaim and so little with which to find fault in this production. There are over 150 speaking parts, all of them praiseworthily handled, and the overly generous 18th-century…
The Lady Is Willing is a racy and sophisticated marital comedy that carries a good share of amusement for adult audiences.