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…
Queen Kelly, which Erich von Stroheim originally wrote as The Swamp, was the director's eighth silent picture and was undertaken at the behest of Gloria Swanson. Best guess is that Stroheim's full…
Fox Movietone Follies is good entertainment all the way. The numbers, specialties and song and dance stuff come through very well. One bit done in Technicolor offers a variant from the…
U paid $200,000 for the screen rights to Phil Dunning's smash. As a melodrama with music the screenplay expands way beyond the stage production as well as in the melodramatic portion with its street…
Although Greta Garbo, as Arden Stuart, is meant to throw off the cloak of conventionalism for free plunges, the actress is almost unfeline in her brazen directness. The star keeps well wrapped…
Here is a musical talker, with the musical background, music, songs and girls, taken from the  Broadway stage success [by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind] with the Marxes.
Piccadilly is virtually silent despite a useless prolog. It may have been added and contains its only dialog, badly done.
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