Richard Quine's direction gets everything possible out of the screenplay and the cast. But with Kim Novak the central figure, the picture lacks the spontaneity and sparkle written in by playwright…
The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell is an okay, but crudely plotted comedy set in World War II, routinely directed by Frank Tashlin from his awkward screenplay.
If South Seas Adventure were not No. 5 in a sequence of [three-camera Cinerama] travelogs its merits would no doubt seem more estimable. Here again is the airplane ride over the snow, the ocean, the…
Premise of the screenplay deals with a race of monsters from another galaxy who invade the earth and secretly take over the form of some of the male townspeople. Film opens with Gloria Talbott…
A long, interesting, humor-laden picture of medieval Japan, story concerns efforts of a beaten warlord (Toshiro Mifune) to sneak his defeated princess (Misa Uehara) out of enemy territory, where…
Distasteful story and slow pace are basic strikes against pic, despite moments of great poetry and top acting by all concerned, and especially by Kinuyo Tanaka, in the leading role.
The Damn Yankees team, which ran the score high for three seasons in Broadway's legit ballpark, was reassembled to go to bat in this sparkling film version. Sole 'newcomers' in the trek from Broadway…
The Broadway hit on which this is based has been transferred virtually intact to the screen.
The initial production of Jack H. Harris, a regional distrib in the Philadelphia area, The Blob had a reported budget of $240,000. Story, from an idea by Irvine H. Millgate, will tax the imagination…
Frank Sinatra goes soldiering in this adaptation of Joe David Brown's novel, Kings Go Forth. It's a simple, rather straightforward action-romance, laid against the attractive background of the French…