The Talisman, Walter Scott's classic about the third crusade, gets the full spectacle treatment in this entry.
Walt Disney's production of 20000 Leagues under the Sea is very special kind of picture, combining photographic ingenuity, imaginative story telling and fiscal daring. Disney went for a bundle (say…
Originally presented on NBC as a 26-part filmed documentary of World War II naval history, the television Victory at Sea was compressed to 97 minutes for theatrical release. But despite the loss of…
This slick exploitation feature twirls about a fantastic plot to assassinate the President of the US. Robert Bassler's first indie chore since ankling 20th-Fox comes through as a well-worked-out…
The novelty of the Ceylon backgrounds and pictorial beauty are recommendable points in Elephant Walk, an otherwise leisurely-paced romantic drama.
The venerable operetta about a royal cutup in the beer gardens of Heidelberg has been given a brand new look in this classy Joe Pasternak production via CinemaScope and Ansco Color. This latest pic…
The cartoon strip hero comes to the screen as a good offering for fans who dote on the fanciful derring-do of the Arthurian period.
Carrington V.C., by Dorothy and Campbell Christie, made a definite impact on the West End scene as a subject of dramatic intensity. In its translation to the screen, the drama loses none of the basic…
The decision to bring Mika Waltari's masterly scholarly-detailed [novel] The Egyptian to the screen must have taken a lot of courage, for this is a long way off the standard spectacle beat. The book…
Joan Crawford, whose previous western was Montana Moon in 1930, has another try at the wide open spaces with Johnny Guitar. Like Moon, it proves the actress should leave saddles and levis to someone…