This time Mr Moto (Peter Lorre) of the oily tongue and suave detection traps a gang of international murderers under circumstances that even baffles a beleaguered Scotland Yard. He's a one-man…
In Little Miss Broadway, Shirley Temple shows an improvement in her tap dancing, her singing and her ability to turn on at will whatever emotional faucet is demanded by the script.
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Blockade is a film with a purpose - a plea against war. But it misses any claim to greatness because it pulls its punches.
There's a laugh a minute in Paradise for Three, a genuinely funny farce which is played humorously by a cast that knows how to stir the risibles. Screenplay is taken from Erich Kaestner's novel Three…
A delightful, very entertaining comedy [from the novel by Thorne Smith] built around several of the characters who appear in Topper, of which this is a sequel.
Original of Shopworn Angel first appeared about 20 years earlier as a Sat Eve Post story by Dana Burnet. Paramount filmed it (partly in sound) in 1928, with Nancy Carroll, Gary Cooper and Paul Lukas.
This musical mustanger with Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy finds the stars not only out of their element, but hemmed in by a two-hour melange of the great outdoors, Mexican bandits, early…
Adventures of Tom Sawyer is in Technicolor and contains visual beauty and appeal in addition to a faithful and nearly literal adaptation of the Mark Twain story.
Suez misses out on its epic aims. Film's shortcomings are chiefly psychological, although a lethargic pace in the forepart almost counts too heavily against it.