This unusual picture experience, so beautifully handled in the understanding writing, direction and playing, was suggested by George Sumner Albee's story of what happened to the peoples of the world…
Rio Grande is filmed outdoor action [based on a SatEvePost story by James Warner Bellah] at its best, delivered in the John Ford manner.
A grim, relentless story, considerably offbeat, gives some distinction to ed ge of Doom. It is played to the hilt by a good cast and directed with impact by Mark Robson.
The Flame and the Arrow is a romantic costume drama geared to attract action audiences. Setting is medieval Italy with a Robin Hood plot of how injustice is put down under the daring leadership of a…
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…
Cairo Road is a so-so thriller dealing with dope smugglers. Action moves slowly in the first half and much of the story is veiled so as to obscure the plot. However, it winds up with a meaty climax…
Treasure Island, Robert Louis Stevenson's classic, has been handsomely mounted by Walt Disney. Settings are sumptuous and a British cast headed by American moppet Bobby Driscoll faithfully recaptures…
A generous sprinkling of songs, dances and comedy makes Tea for Two the type of beguiling musical nonsense that practically always finds a ready reception. It wears its Technicolor dress well, the…
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.
Beginning is a bit too cryptic for quick understanding, but when plotline [adapted by Cyril Hume from a suggested story by Lawrence Taylor] does take shape, the story builds and holds attention…