This John Houseman production is a real pro job, of a calibre that doesn't come along too often. Cameron Hawley's novel, Executive Suite, was good reading, and Ernest Lehman has fashioned it into…
The political conflict between east and west is brought home poignantly in this moving, sensitive romantic drama, directed with a sympathetic hand by Anthony Asquith and delicately interpreted by…
Riot in Cell Block 11 is a hard-hitting, suspenseful prison thriller.
There are cowboys and Indians in Cattle Queen of Montana, good and bad whites, peaceful and renegade Indians, and colorful Technicolor scenery, but all these ingredients fail to make the Benedict…
Except for a four-minute, censorably costumed dance by Jane Russell, this is a rather mild, gabby, fashion parade in 3-D.
The Talisman, Walter Scott's classic about the third crusade, gets the full spectacle treatment in this entry.
Walt Disney's production of 20000 Leagues under the Sea is very special kind of picture, combining photographic ingenuity, imaginative story telling and fiscal daring. Disney went for a bundle (say…
Originally presented on NBC as a 26-part filmed documentary of World War II naval history, the television Victory at Sea was compressed to 97 minutes for theatrical release. But despite the loss of…
This slick exploitation feature twirls about a fantastic plot to assassinate the President of the US. Robert Bassler's first indie chore since ankling 20th-Fox comes through as a well-worked-out…
The novelty of the Ceylon backgrounds and pictorial beauty are recommendable points in Elephant Walk, an otherwise leisurely-paced romantic drama.