Rose Marie, a perennial operetta favorite since first presented on Broadway in 1924, is dished up as a lavish CinemaScope production complete with stereophonic sound. The views of the forests, the…
Demetrius and the Gladiators is 20th-Fox's answer and followup to its tremendously successful The Robe. While Lloyd C. Douglas's fine novel from which 20th-Fox and Frank Ross filmed The Robe…
There is a major lineup of talent in this independently-made British pic, but fulfillment does not quite come up to expectations. Although there is basically a tense dramatic theme, the scrappy…
A round of routine musical ingredients are featured in Lucky Me. The screenplay [from a story by coscripter James O'Hanlon] is a tissue of tired, often tiresome gags and situations without redeeming…
A Star Is Born was a great 1937 moneymaker and it's an even greater picture in its filmusical transmutation.
Woman's World is Hollywood at its commercial best, a highly-polished product, technically and story-wise. Basic story premise is the behind-the-scenes scramble for the top job of a gigantic…
Taza, Son of Cochise is a colorful 3-D Indian - US Cavalry entry alternating between hot action and passages of almost pastoral quality. The spectacular scenery of Moab, Utah, furnishes a…
Father Brown is distinguished mainly by the excellent casting of Alec Guinness in the title role. The G.K. Chesterton stories were adapted by Thelma Schnee, who shares the credit with the director…
This science-fiction shocker has a well-plotted story [by George Worthington Yates, adapted by Russell Hughes], expertly directed and acted in a matter-of-fact style.
The striking beauties of the Canadian Rockies co-star with the blonde charms of Marilyn Monroe and the masculine muscles of Robert Mitchum in River of No Return.