The story of Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, as biographed by Brigadier Desmond Young, comes to the screen as an episodic documentary difficult to follow or understand. A controversial angle is posed by…
George Jessel has endowed this Betty Grable offering with five strong production numbers and six tunes to make it topnotch escapist musical entertainment that will please the song-and-dance fan…
Team's stock double-takes and bewhiskered gags are still fulsome, but the hackneyed quips achieve a new gloss in this entry. Credit for the comics' renaissance goes primarily to the story that Hugh…
Strictly offbeat subject matter centers around a weird, outlandish interplanetary space-hopper (see title) which descends upon earth in what's referred to as a flying saucer.
Preston Sturges' by-now venerable legit comedy comes to the screen as an amusing celluloid treatment of the loves and life of a romantic opera star back in the speakeasy days. There is still life…
Paramount has a topnotch piece of comedy diversion in Here Comes the Groom. The incredibly swift 113 minutes are jampacked with the kind of fun that never lets up on the risibilities.
The plot is a variation of an old theme, but it comes out with a nice fresh coat of paint. A young research scientist invents a cloth that is everlasting and dirt resisting. The textile industry sees…
An excellent coating of intrigue and action against an Oriental background provides Peking Express with enough thriller melodramatics to satisfy action-minded audiences.
This goes back to 1840 and the Seminole War to spin an action-adventure tale grooved along conventional fiction lines. The stock setup was location-lensed in Florida.
Producer John Wayne and associate producer-director Budd Boetticher evidence a fondness for the Mexican scene through care in which they bring it accurately to the screen. Use of Robert Stack as an…