Randolph Scott has the lead in this story, adapted from what is said to be a factual account written by Lieut W.S. Le Francois, USMC.
In Technicolor mounting, and displaying some excellent exterior photography of the Utah district, The Desperadoes dispenses the usual lusty and vigorous melodramatics of the early west. The first…
Film is designed as patriotic propaganda on the UK front, minus flag waving and such-like. Acting throughout is superior to the story, and is of such a high quality it ought to make almost any film…
Destination Tokyo runs two hours and 15 minutes, and that's a lot of film. But none of it is wasted. In its unspooling is crammed enough excitement for possibly a couple of pictures.
Comparison of Thousands Cheer to Stage Door Canteen is inevitable and natural. Both have the same format. Kathryn Grayson is the colonel's (John Boles) daughter who puts on a super-duper camp show…
Stormy Weather is chockful of the cream-of-the-crop colored talent, with a deft story skein to hold it together. Bill Robinson and Lena Horne top the cast. It's a tribute to the affection in which…
Abbott and Costello, street candid cameramen, become mistaken for Detroit gunmen by bank robber Sheldon Leonard, are bystanders at the bank holdup and finally head west to Sun Valley to evade arrest…
The story is the thing here and the way it's treated on casting, direction, sound and production justifies 20th-Fox's investment of $300,000 for the basic film rights [to John Steinbeck's novel]…
Presenting Lily Mars spotlights Judy Garland and Van Heflin in a stage Cinderella yarn that supplies minor switches to regulation formula, but mainly depends on performances, direction and musical…
To anyone unfamiliar with the Richard Tregaskis book, the picture version may or may not be a faithful adaptation [by Jerry Cady] of the original. But it is without question a painstaking, dignified…
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