Armand Deutsch's production is the story of a wrong kid, a real bad one, dangerous as he is charming, that is as germane to today's headlines as it was when the restless gunslingers roamed the west…
Rousing, rollicking and ribald, God's Little Acre is a rustic revel with the kick of a Georgia mule. The production of Erskine Caldwell's novel is adult, sensitive and intelligent.
The only thing lower case about this production is the Metro spelling of tom thumb. Otherwise, film is top-drawer, a comic fairy tale with music that stacks up alongside some of the Disney classics…
The Decks Ran Red is a descriptive title for this story, presented as fact, of an attempted mutiny at sea. Before the mutineers have been beaten down, they have spilled enough blood to make the decks…
The screenplay, from a novel by Will C. Brown, has Gary Cooper as a reformed gunman, now a respected citizen entrusted with the savings of his community. He is on a mission to get the town a…
Carry On Sergeant is an army farce [from a story by R.F. Delderfield, The Bull Boys] exploiting practically every army gag, but while some of the writing is careless and there is no attempt to…
Made by the same team as The Curse of Frankenstein, this is a high grade horror film.
Handicapped by a slow-moving story, Terror in a Texas Town shapes up as a routine filler for the duals.
In Love and War is a keen appraisal of the utility of love and the futility of war. Based on Anton Myrer's novel, The Big War, it is hard-hitting, both in action and dialog. The characterizations are…
Producer and director have done an honest job in putting the tragic sinking of the Titanic in 1912 on the screen with an impressive, almost documentary flavor. With around 200 speaking roles in the…