Title describes the story perfectly. Cary Grant is a French army officer who, after the war, marries Ann Sheridan, playing a WAC officer. From then on it's a tale of Grant's attempts to get back to…
Narrated in a straightforward, hardhitting documentary style, The Undercover Man is a good crime-busting saga. Standout features are the pic's sustained pace and its realistic quality. Fresh, natural…
Pinky is the tag hung by Negroes on a member of their own race who is light-skinned enough to pass for white. In this case it is made clear that Jeanne Crain had passed herself off as ofay for a…
Conspirator is a highly fanciful treatment of an obvious anti-Commie character.
The John Patrick play has grown in range of feeling on the screen, although the essentials of the legit staging have not been changed.Its background is the Second World War and the setting is an army…
Malaya is a pulp-fiction, wartime adventure yarn, based on a factual incident early in the fighting, that takes the customer for a pretty fancy chimerical flight.
In attempting to sketch a portrait of a bigtime casino operator, screenwriter Richard Brooks has jammed the yarn [based on a novel by Edward Harris Heth] with too many subordinate characterizations…
Whirlpool is a highly entertaining, exciting melodrama that combines the authentic features of hypnosis.
The Accused exploits fear and emotional violence into a high grade melodrama. The screenplay is based on a novel [Be Still, My Love] by June Truesdell and is class scripting. Director William…
I Shot Jesse James is a character study of the man who felled the west's most famous outlaw with a coward's bullet. It's an interesting treatment that doesn't overlook necessary plot and action.