Terence Young's screenplay glosses a lot, dialog is okay, but plot is short on action apart from a zingy air battle in last few hundred feet. The same prosaic line is taken by Brian Desmond Hurst in…
A simple gag is hardly enough on which to string 110 minutes of film. And that's all - one funny situation - that Samuel Goldwyn's director and writers have to support Ball of Fire. It's sufficient…
In a daring piece of showmanship, Metro presents the one-time queen of mystery in a wild, and occasionally very risque, slap farce entitled Two-Faced Woman. That the experiment of converting Greta…
Jack London's famous hellship sails for another voyage over the cinematic seas in this version of The Sea Wolf. Edward G. Robinson steps into the role of the callous and inhuman skipper, Wolf Larsen.
In a foreword, audiences are informed that this is a fanciful and imaginative story, put on the record mainly for amusement purposes. The Devil and Miss Jones then unwinds a light and fluffy tale of…
Picture is a par entry in the series. Early section of the yarn displays the usual animal stuff, with comedy antics of the pet simian, Cheta, providing elemental laughs.
Posing the problem of a wife who finds - on their fifth wedding anniversary - that her husband is absorbed in business and taking his marital relations for granted, Skylark proceeds to develop a…
A warm and human preachment for godliness, this biography of a Methodist minister is from the best-seller by Hartzell Spence. About the only faults with the picture are its slowness in the first half…
A man loves 'em and leaves 'em but a woman carries the torch for an early romance down through the years. Proceeding on this premise Lydia displays the life span of a woman from 20 to 60, and her…
Johnny Eager is an underworld meller with a few new twists to the usual trappings, but by and large it's the familiar tale [by James Edward Grant] of slick gangster vs innocent rich girl.