Devil's Doorway is an odd title to hang on this action drama about injustices to the Indians back in the days when the United States was a young nation and spreading its wings westward.
Spotting Jane Wyman as crippled Laura, Arthur Kennedy as her compassionate brother, Gertrude Lawrence as their frowzy mother and Kirk Douglas as the Gentleman Caller who unwittingly changes their…
Never a Dull Moment doesn't always live up to its title in telling the story of a smooth femme songwriter who falls in love with a western rancher and goes to his impoverished acreage to make a home…
Cag; Editor makes a stab at objective reporting of life in a women's prison. A grim, unrelieved study of cause and effect, it adds up to very drab entertainment, unleavened with any measure of…
20th-Fox has made an interesting, if somewhat long, film version of Ira Wolfert's [novel] American Guerrilla in thephilippines. A story of the Second World War in the Pacific, from the spring of 1942…
The Civil War is carried into the west for Indian-fighting, giving Two Flags West an interesting premise for solid action and fast pace.
Tension lives up to its title. It's a tight, tersely stated melodrama that holds the attention.
Metro has quite a spectacle, but not much else, in this version of Rudyard Kipling's Kim. The story of youthful adventure in India comes to the screen as rambling, overlength, spotty entertainment.
The Outriders is sturdy meat for the action fan. Principal motivation of script is a $1 million gold robbery.
A breezy style brightens up the drama in Right Cross and makes it good entertainment.