With Al Jolson, Say It with Songs is a marked advancement for him as a screen player. It far overshadows The Jazz Singer or The Singing Fool in that respect.
In his herculean attempt to take comedy, romance and tragedy and blend them into a big, gripping, Negro talker, King Vidor has turned out an unusual picture from a theme that is almost as ancient as…
A perfect program picture, wherein the principal character, Philo Vance (William Powell), detective, doesn't look at a dame without a professional motive. He's strictly a crime solver.
This Paramount production takes the old play dirt of ancient plains pictures, shuffles it around a bit, and makes of the Owen Wister and Kirk La Shelle story 92 minutes of drama and comedy.
The story is simplicity itself. Just a pair of show people - one a lovely, considerate girl and the other a ventriloquist with a hyper-egotist complex. The expected break, followed by a rise from the…
Ziegfeld's  stage Rio Rita [with songs by Harry Tierney and Joe McCarthy], from which the screenplay was adapted, had a national fame but played comparatively little territory in the legit.
Lots of color - Technicolor - lots of comedy, girls, songs, music, dancing, production in Gold Diggers of Broadway.
Entertaining picture of the highly charged thriller meller kind, mostly because of the likable performance of Ronald Colman in his first screamer. As a picture it's intense, with the suspense often…
The Trespasser has superior direction by Edmund Goulding, taking a conventional tale to make it stand up very high by twisting it about.
Taking another step forward in the talking field by doing an operetta, following the story in detail and getting in the entire musical score and compositions, Warner Brothers have a winner. The only…
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