The film [from the novel Death in the Deep South by Ward Greene] pulls no punches, indicting lynch law and mob fury with scalpel-like precision.
Not much to get excited about. Takes off from a fetching theme, but that nothing much eventuates can largely be blamed on a dour and flabby script
Artists and Models holds enough variety, comedy, color, spec, flash, dash and novelty for a couple of pictures. It's so replete with a cavalcade of radio, nitery, vaudeville and revuesque ingredients…
Among film's distinctive features are a strictly fictional romantic comedy story around the person of David Garrick, 18th-century English actor, a production of superlative workmanship fabricated…
Practically the entire production [from stories by Darrell Ware] depends on the Ritzes. Tony Martin is back again to sing but aside from Gloria Stuart and Fred Stone, who may be recognized, there is…
Both Alice Faye and Jack Haley are capital as the love interest, former never looking better and handling light emotional scenes with conviction. Walter Winchell and bandleader Ben Bernie play…
Tenderness of this Austin Strong play has been retained in a fine film production. Seventh Heaven is a romance that can stand another telling. Picture is a remake dating back to 1927 as a film and…
Elephant Boy is a legendary and rather fantastic tale built around the affection which grows up between a native Indian boy and his elephant, an animal which is tops as a hunter. It is a Rudyard…
Here is the life of Jim Fisk, Wall Street operator of the 1880's, told in ragtime. It's absurd biography but good entertainment despite its inanities, extravagances and exaggerations.
Ben Hecht wrote the adaptation for Sacred from the James H. Street magazine story detailing the experiences of a village beauty who becomes the center of a fantastic newspaper circulation stunt which…
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