A product of the indie Filmakers unit headed by Ida Lupino and Collier Young, film is an entertaining study of selfish mother love and amateur tennis.
Eleanor Parker, as poor legal secretary, is sent to Los Angeles to notify Fred MacMurray, a syrupy radio philosopher, that he has inherited $2 million. Parker sees a chance to improve her financial…
Story is laid on a small Scottish island, cut off from the mainland. Principals are two scientists, the daughter of one, and a newspaperman, there to observe the effect of a strange planet that is…
In exploring the topical subject of husband and wife, parents of two grown daughters, who find themselves on the marital rocks, Payment on Demand makes a point of avoiding the pitfalls of soap opera…
A conscientious rendering of a literary study [by Georges Bernanos] of the spiritual anguish of a shy, young priest, this film has ponderous dignity. Made with taste and reverence, pic is slow-moving…
Terence Rattigan's play, which had a big success in the West End in 1948, has been faithfully translated to the screen. The celluloid version is crammed with emotional incidents and has two…
Mounted in gorgeous Technicolor, and displaying the song-and-dance talents of co-stars Doris Day and Gene Nelson, Lullaby of Broadway has a solid comedy story line, deft direction and a capable cast.
Plot deals with the relationship between Johnny Stewart, a 15-year-old who loves horses, and William Holden, a jockey's agent down on his luck. Story is run off against an authentic racetrack…
The Steel Helmet pinpoints the Korean fighting in a grim, hardhitting tale that is excellently told.
Three scripters worked on the story, loosely based on Rudyard Kipling, but come up with nothing more than a string of incidents involving three soldiers in India (Stewart Granger, Robert Newton and…