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Review: 'Brighton Rock'

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British producers are competing with each other in rushing mobster yarns to the screen. This tends to prove that Britain can turn out a gangster picture as brutal as any Hollywood had devised.

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Review: 'June Bride'

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June Bride is a sometimes subtle, sometimes wacky, takeoff on home magazines and human nature. It has a starting hurdle as characters are set up, but once on its way never lets itself or the audience…

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Review: 'Rope'

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Hitchcock could have chosen a more entertaining subject with which to use the arresting camera and staging technique displayed in Rope. Theme is of a thrill murder, done for no reason but to satisfy…

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Review: 'Fort Apache'

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Mass action, humorous byplay in the western cavalry outpost, deadly suspense, and romance are masterfully combined in this production [suggested by the story Massacre by James Warner Bellah]…

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