The Noose Hangs High gives Abbott & Costello full opportunity to display their fine slapstick art.
Film is a costumer laid 'in the days' (sic) of Emperor Franz Joseph, and is played to the hilt by Crosby, Joan Fontaine and their supporting cast. Picture has a free-and-easy air that perfectly…
Adapted from a bestseller by Norman Collins and set in a typical house in a typical street, the plot depicts the struggles and hopes of a group of ordinary people.
Another Part of the Forest backtracks 20 years from The Little Foxes, Lillian Hellman's play, showing the same family of Hubbards and how they got to be that way in Foxes.
Sorry, Wrong Number is a real chiller. Film is a fancily dressed co-production by Hal B. Wallis and Anatole Litvak. Pair has smoothly coordinated efforts to give strong backing to the Lucille…
With "I Remember Mama," RKO is spreading a layer of warm and deeply moving nostalgia. Based on the John van Druten legiter, [and the novel, Mama's Bank Account, by Kathryn Forbes] the film…
The Three Musketeers is a swaggering, tongue-in-cheek treatment of picturesque fiction, extravagantly presented.
Portrait of Jennie is an unusual screen romance. The story of an ethereal romance between two generations is told with style, taste and dignity.
The hard-hitting suspense of the chase formula is given topnotch presentation in Cry of the City. It's an exciting motion picture, credibly put together to wring out every bit of strong action and…
A crisp melodrama is The Dark Past which Columbia remade from its 1939 release, Blind Alley [and the play of that title by James Warwick].