Operation Petticoat has no more weight than a sackful of feathers, but it has a lot of laughs. Cary Grant and Tony Curtis are excellent, and the film is directed by Blake Edwards with a slam-bang…
This feature is so limited in production scope as to suggest the possibility that the producer was out to save money the hard way - that is, stinting on the pictorial values. But a closer look is…
The Best of Everything is slick and glossy, like a color still on coated stock, and with no more depth, yet as popular entertainment it sustains interest.
The Norman Panama-Melvin Frank filmization of their  Broadway hit is lively, colorful and tuneful, done with smart showmanship in every department.
The Shaggy Dog, said to be the first live action film by Walt Disney set in the present, is about what's called 'shape-shifting'. According to the screenplay suggested by Felix Salten's The Hound of…
Producer Mickey Delamar and director Terence Young do a smooth, conscientious job in transferring Philip King's play, Serious Charge, to the screen. The screenplay is a literate piece of…
The Boulting Brothers' target [from the novel by Alan Hackney] is British factory life, trade unionism and the general possibility that everybody is working for one person - himself.
Wendell Mayes and Halstead Welles did the screenplay from a long short story by Dorothy M. Johnson, who is a kind of western writers' western writer. Johnson's stories show the West as it was, a…
On the Beach is a solid film of considerable emotional, as well as cerebral, content. But the fact remains that the final impact is as heavy as a leaden shroud. The spectator is left with the sick…
Based on the Broadway stage play by James Leo Herlihy and William Noble, Blue Denim recounts, often movingly and intelligently, the torments of a pair of high school lovers who are about to become…