This version of the drama of the Dreyfus case, one of the greatest miscarriages of justice in history, makes strong, if plodding, entertainment.
Wind across the Everglades is a worthy attempt to make a picture about early efforts of the Audubon Society to preserve the bird wild life of Florida. It is an 'interesting' picture, with some…
The Geisha Boy is a good Jerry Lewis comedy, one that rips along with never a backward glance at shattered remnants of plot behind it. Frank Tashlin, who wrote and directed, loads in wild sight and…
Murder by Contract is the story of a paid killer. The production has the benefit of mounting suspense, after a haphazard opening, and the story is sufficiently interesting.
About average in its war story telling, China Doll has a field day with the warmth and humor of a romance between a burly air corps captain and a fragile oriental beauty.
Based on a successful TV serial by Peter Key, the yarn concerns a creature from outer space secreted in a radioactive cloud on the mountain of Trollenberg in Switzerland. The mysterious disappearance…
The Big Country lives up to its title. The camera has captured a vast section of the southwest with such fidelity that the long stretches of dry country, in juxtaposition to tiny western settlements…
The picture is based on Harold Robbins' novel, A Stone for Danny Fisher, but the locale has been switched to New Orleans, to Bourbon Street and to an indigenous cafe called the King Creole. Elvis…
Attack of the 50 Foot Woman shapes up as a minor offering for the scifi trade where demands aren't too great.
The Naked Earth is a thoroughly well-made film that peeks into the heart of Africa and comes out with a captivating actress in Juliette Greco. It also presents a twinkling performance by Richard Todd…