Smartly produced, this makes an excellent job of transcribing George Bernard Shaw, retaining all the key lines and giving freshness to the theme. The speed of the first half contrives to show up the…
Irving Berlin's Alexander's Ragtime Band is a grand filmusical which stirs and thrills, a medley of more than 30 pieces, selected from some 600 which Berlin has composed.
This musical mustanger with Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy finds the stars not only out of their element, but hemmed in by a two-hour melange of the great outdoors, Mexican bandits, early…
In Little Miss Broadway, Shirley Temple shows an improvement in her tap dancing, her singing and her ability to turn on at will whatever emotional faucet is demanded by the script.
That Certain Age is brimful of substantial entertainment, carrying all of the charm and wholesomeness which characterizes Deanna Durbin's previous pictures. Universal brilliantly bridges the…
Everybody sings in this highly successful departure from the stereotyped filmusical. The production is a combination of straight comedy, balanced with some tuneful song interpolations. Fanny Brice…
More western than anything else, basically The Texans is a story of the Reconstruction period and carpetbaggers following the Civil War. It is another of a long line of pictures which adopts a strong…
There's a laugh a minute in Paradise for Three, a genuinely funny farce which is played humorously by a cast that knows how to stir the risibles. Screenplay is taken from Erich Kaestner's novel Three…
Huge reservoirs of manpower and materials have been thrown into this epic production, which is lavish in scope, theme, performance and wealth of production detail, but despite its magnificence and…
Film is based on a story written specially for the screen by A.E.W. Mason. He supplies an excellent machine-made suspensive tale laid in India, with fine dialog.
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