Picture is a remake of Goldwyn's Ball of Fire (1941) starring Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwyck. Most of Goldwyn's production crew worked on both films, including director, cameraman and editor…
Picture, fourth produced in Hungary since the war's end, and first in the past two years, is a good, artistic attempt. Geza Radvanyi, director who made many films in Italy during the war, has touched…
Despite a sextet of name players, Ruthless is a victim of cliched and outmoded direction and of weary dialog to which no actor could do justice.
'Germany has backtracked 1948 years. It's now at naught - as if Christ weren't born, since they wanted to kill Him again. Therefore, don't seek traces of our civilization in this film. They've…
The Paleface is a smart-aleck travesty on the west, told with considerable humor and bright gags. Bob Hope has been turned loose on a good script.
Eric Hodgins' novel of the trials and tribulations of the Blandings, while building their dream house, read a lot funnier than they filmed. Norman Panama and Melvin Frank come through with a glossy…
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.
The spectacular critical, popular and financial success of Laura Z. Hobson's "Gentleman's Agreement" as a novel should be repeated by Darryl F. Zanuck's brilliant and powerful film version. Just as…
In this picturization of Betty MacDonald's best-selling book Chester Erskine and Fred Finklehoffe tamper very little with the load of amusing situations MacDonald gets herself into when her husband…
Lady in the Lake institutes a novel method of telling the story, in which the camera itself is the protagonist, playing the lead role from the subjective viewpoint of star Robert Montgomery. Idea…