This harum-scarum farce comedy is Katharine Hepburn's first of this type. Opposite her is Cary Grant, who is perfectly at home as a farceur after his work in "The Awful Truth." Picture is moulded…
This one is a briskly-paced, battle-of-the-sexes comedy against a background of a murder mystery. Smart production and, notably, the direction of Alexander Hall have imbued a basically incredible…
Universal successfully launches Danielle Darrieux, young French star of unusual beauty and charm, in a written-to-order story.
The manly art of self-defense, otherwise known as the cauliflower industry, alias prize-fighting, is a rough-and-tumble racket operated by big time gamblers with small time ethics, according to the…
Moto wriggles through another mass of Oriental-Occidental intrigue in the Far East for the second [from a story by John P. Marquand] of 20th-Fox's rival series to the well-established Charlie Chans…
Shirley Temple proves she's a great little artist in this one. The rest of it is synthetic and disappointing. Why they named it Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm is one of those mysteries. The only…
Produced on a scale of incomparable splendor and extravagance, Marie Antoinette approaches real greatness as cinematic historical literature.
An elaborate and liberally budgeted entertainment, the pictorial climax is the Chicago fire of 1871. This portion envisaging mob panic, desperate efforts to stop the fire by dynamiting, etc, is…
The story of Father Flanagan's struggle to make a successful boy's home and then an entire community near Omaha, Neb, is the motivating theme throughout. Producers shrewdly have not made it entirely…
Irving Berlin's Alexander's Ragtime Band is a grand filmusical which stirs and thrills, a medley of more than 30 pieces, selected from some 600 which Berlin has composed.