A much tamer Tarzan than heretofore cavorts in Tarzan and the She-Devil resulting in film being a tedious affair for a goodly portion of its 75 minutes. Keeping the hero a tied-up captive for a long…
Metro's first-time-out via CinemaScope is a dynamic interpretation of Thomas Malory's classic Morte d'Arthur. The action is fierce as the gallant Lancelot fights for his king, and armies of lancers…
A  hit musical on Broadway, Call Me Madam scored a run of close to two years in Gotham with Ethel Merman, as Ambassador Sally Adams, the fabulous Femme diplomat, representing the US in the…
This basic outdoor feature has a rousing climax, good performances and beautifully photographed outdoor values. Glenn Ford and Victor Jory are particularly good in the rugged scenes and the former's…
This William Wyler romantic comedy-drama [from a story by Dalton Trumbo] is the Graustarkian fable in modern dress, plus the Cinderella theme in reverse. He times the chuckles with a never-flagging…
This is a lively, youthful musical comedy with a script, taken from a story by Laslo Vadney, that provides interesting substance to a fluffy affair.
This British piece of slapstick marks the debut of Norman Wisdom. He clowns his way through the whole thing, playing in his inimitable way the most humble member of a big department store who falls…
Ealing breaks from its traditional light comedies to offer a serious, authentic reconstruction of the battle of the Atlantic, based on Nicholas Monsarrat's bestseller. Production, despite its…
The lure of the jungle and romance get a sizzling workout in Mogambo and it's a socko package of entertainment, crammed with sexy two-fisted adventure.
Fear and Desire is a literate, unhackneyed war drama, outstanding for its fresh camera treatment and poetic dialog.