Go West, Young Man is from the stage comedy hit, Personal Appearance [by Lawrence Riley]. Mae West, in her own way, is excellent in the role Gladys George created on the stage.
Those with a yen for shockers will get limited satisfaction from the story that has been wrapped around Boris Karloff's initial stalking piece under the Warner banner.
Romeo and Juliet is a faithful and not too imaginative translation to the screen of the William Shakespeare play.
Born to Dance is corking entertainment, more nearly approaching the revue type than most musical films, despite the presence of a 'book'. Cast is youthful, sight stuff is lavish, the specialties are…
In Clifford Odets' first film attempt his hand is distinctly visible throughout. But without Gary Cooper and Madeleine Carroll to top an A-1 cast, all the splendid trouping, all the splendid imagery…
As his first for Selznick International after leaving Metro, David O. Selznick turns in a fine, sensitive picture in Little Lord Fauntleroy, which may well rank with his David Copperfield and A Tale…
In addition to her customary singing, dancing and exceptional line reading for a child her age, Shirley Temple this time goes in for talking Chinese, quoting Oriental proverbs, giving imitations of…
Garden of Allah, sumptuously and impressively mounted by David O. Selznick, impresses in color production but is a pretty dull affair. It is optically arresting and betimes emotionally gripping but…
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine is a good show, the first all-Technicolor feature produced 100% outdoors.
An idealized film biography of the life of the famous painter. Story begins at the height of Rembrandt's fame, during his lifetime, and carries on to his solitary, poverty-stricken old age. Despite a…
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