This is another in the extended series of Warners features based on Warden Lewis E. Lawes' 20,000 Years in Sing Sing. It's a routine prison melodrama.
Clemence Dane's play, originally turned out by RKO [in 1932], skyrocketed Katharine Hepburn into prominence and marquee lights. Maureen O'Hara, a capable Irish actress imported by Erich Pommer and…
On the theory, perhaps, that one good western deserves another, Warner Bros follows up Dodge City, starring Errol Flynn, with another saga of the land of the blazing sunsets entitled Virginia City…
Although Gary Cooper is starred, Walter Brennan commands major attention with a slick characterization of Judge Roy Bean, the dispenser of law at Vinegaroon - west of the Pecos. Supplied with a…
Combining dramatic content of four Eugene O'Neill one-act plays, John Ford pilots adventures of a tramp steamer from the West Indies to an American port, and then across the Atlantic with cargo of…
Writers Leonard Spigelgass and Charles Grayson have transformed the legiter - which George Abbott authored in collaboration with Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart (with a plot copped from Bill…
This is a thrilling saga of hard bitten US army officers' fight to wipe out John Brown's marauding crew of Kansas abolition days.
The story is founded upon an incident of insurrection and bloodshed which took place in and around Regina in 1885, when Canadian troops finally subdued a settlers' discontent and revolt.
Back in 1919 - 20 a smash musical comedy and then in 1926 a hit First National film starring Colleen Moore, Irene emerges this time as dated celluloidia. It's old-fashioned from several angles…
In detailing the discoveries of a madman scientist wherein he is able to reduce the size of men and animals to miniature pygmies, story and direction both fail to catch and hold interest. Achieved…