Trapeze is a high-flying screen entertainment equipped with circus thrills and excitement, a well-handled romantic triangle, and a cast of potent marquee names. Cirque d'Hiver, Paris' famed one-ring…
Film reveals more destalinization and emerges an extremely well made adventure-love opus which has a taking mood and story despite the propaganda line.
The inspirational story of a young clergyman is neatly integrated with fighter pilot action in Battle Hymn. Rock Hudson, as Col. Dean Hess, the minister whose story is told, heads the excellent cast.
This is the story of a young American suburbanite who gets a chance to become a big shot and turns it down because he realizes that he's a nine-to-five man to whom family means more than success.
Lisbon makes a colorful setting for this tale [by Martin Rackin] of nefarious adventure among the international intrigue set. Republic's anamorphic Naturama process and Trucolor go a long way towards…
While the titular 7 Wonders of the World might be pointed to captiously as a misnomer, [this third Cinerama production] is a resourceful kickoff for an airlift from Manhattan through 32 countries in…
The bronx bourgeoisie, represented by the Irish Hurley family, is the chief concern of this little comedy-drama originally teleplayed by Paddy Chayefsky, and now put into screen form by Gore Vidal…
Crime in the Streets, in its jump from a TV origin, sets out to be a gutsy melodrama about slum area delinquents and, within the framework of Reginald Rose's highly contrived story, succeeds in…
This one is elephant's eye high above most westerns. The story opens trite: demobilized Confederate soldiers are being taunted and abused by Yankee soldiers and carpetbaggers in Texas. The…
Somebody Up There Likes Me is a superbly done, frank and revealing film probe of Rocky Graziano, the East Side punk who overcame a lawless beginning to win respect and position as middle-weight…