Film justly won the 'most human document award' at the 1956 Cannes Film Fest, unveiling a mature film talent in director Satyajit Ray.
As their first British venture in VistaVision, the Rank studios play safe with a sequel to Doctor in the House, but Doctor at Sea does not rise to the same laugh-provoking heights as its predecessor.
Lensed on location in Arizona in a modern-day setting, the film concerns the bank robbery planned by a cool trio played by Stephen McNally, Lee Marvin and J. Carrol Naish.
Easily one of the best prisoner-of-war yarns to come from any British studio, The Colditz Story is a taut real-life meller, based on the personal experiences of the author, Pat Reid.
Love, as portrayed and dramatized in this fine and sensitive Buddy Adler production based on the Han Suyin bestseller, is indeed a many-splendored thing. It's an unusual picture shot against…
Although this story of a long-suffering woman who, at 40 or so, finds romance with a man between 10 and 15 years her junior, is hardly designed to ignite prairie fires, scripter Peg Fenwick…
While seemingly equipped with all the elements for exciting screenfare, the picture never quite lives up to its promise, having overlooked gripping suspense, the one basic ingredient that would have…
Offbeat Swedish comedy of manners and passions has an unusual lusty comedy manner. It details how a group of badly assorted couples are straightened out one summer night influenced by a strange…
Controversial pic, considerably trimmed since its Venice Film Festival showing, tells of three smalltime swindlers and some of their exploits in fleecing gullible Romans of their hard-earned coin.
Based on the novel by William E. Barrett, the film is somewhat provocative, in that its central character is a man who masquerades as a priest. Carrying on this deception is Yank flier Humphrey…