Acting and characterization are a continuous delight, not to mention a plot that concerns the diplomatic imperativeness of possessing the Suez Canal.
The story is simplicity itself. Just a pair of show people - one a lovely, considerate girl and the other a ventriloquist with a hyper-egotist complex. The expected break, followed by a rise from the…
A teetotaler will be doubtful of his own sobriety after sitting through The New Babylon. So restless is the direction that this film has only the vestige of continuity. Faces, feet, mud, singers…
Louise Brooks, especially imported for the title role, does not pan out, due to no fault of hers. She is quite unsuited to the vamp type [Lulu, a temptress finally killed by Jack the Ripper] which…
Taking another step forward in the talking field by doing an operetta, following the story in detail and getting in the entire musical score and compositions, Warner Brothers have a winner. The only…
This is Lionel Barrymore's first full-length directorial effort on a talker. Taking X as an actor-proof meller and conceding its author, the Frenchman Alexandre Bisson, knew emotion well enough to…
A perfect program picture, wherein the principal character, Philo Vance (William Powell), detective, doesn't look at a dame without a professional motive. He's strictly a crime solver.
Here is a musical talker, with the musical background, music, songs and girls, taken from the  Broadway stage success [by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind] with the Marxes.
It was said that Fox would never turn loose a full-length talker until the studio was convinced the picture was right. In Old Arizona that it's right is unquestioned at this time. It's the first…
This Paramount production takes the old play dirt of ancient plains pictures, shuffles it around a bit, and makes of the Owen Wister and Kirk La Shelle story 92 minutes of drama and comedy.
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