The 10th screen Tarzan makes his appearance in Tarzan's Magic Fountain in the person of Lex Barker. Since Edgar Rice Burrough's character is practically foolproof in the hands of any male with the…
The moving simplicity of the Pietro Di Donato novel, Christ in Concrete, has been brought to the screen with rare sincerity. It is two hours of genuine human drama, which makes no concession to…
Lewis Milestone's filmization of a novelette by John Steinbeck has been pieced together with taste and fidelity. It has, however, stumbled over one obstacle. The secondary theme, an attempt to etch…
Powerful suspense is the keynote of Edward Dymtryk's first British directional effort and a strong dramatic situation has been developed from Alec Coppel's ill-fated stage play A Man about a Dog…
Caught is an out-and-out soap opera on film. The performances are topnotch and consistent. So is the direction and physical production dressing. Where film falls down is in the rather ordinary story…
Because the plot is completely devoted to hammering home the theme that man's personal integrity stands above all law, the picture develops a controversial element.
An eloquent document on juvenile delinquency, its cause and effect, has been fashioned from Knock on Any Door. John Derek is the bad boy of the picture. Story opens when the youth, arrested for the…
The loves and escapades of the fabulous Don Juan are particularly adapted to the screen abilities of Errol Flynn and he gives them a flair that pays off strongly.
Under Capricorn is overlong and talky, with scant measure of the Alfred Hitchcock thriller tricks.
Take Me Out to the Ball Game, backgrounded by an early-day baseball yarn, is short on story, but has some amusing moments - and Gene Kelly.