Plot is no more plausible on the screen than it was on the stage [in the play by Wilson Collison and Avery Hopwood] but the sheer frenzy of the slapstick are certain for chuckles.
Walt Disney in The Three Caballeros reveals a new form of cinematic entertainment wherein he blends live action with animation into a socko feature production.
Yarn [from an original story by Alvah Bessie] deals with a paratroop contingent dropped behind the Japanese lines in Burma to destroy a radar station. The chutists achieve their objective but while…
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Daily:$1.8M Cumulative:$27.7M Sony / Screen Gems 13.13%
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy2Daily:$778,903 Cumulative:$307.3M Disney 34.56%
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 23Daily:$703,203 Cumulative:$17.1M Warner Brothers 34.59%
Captain Kidd is a swashbuckler which will please generally, despite its minimum of feminine appeal. Barbara Britton, who is costarred with Charles Laughton and Randolph Scott, could phone her stuff…
The George White 'Scandals' legit musicals, Ziegfeld's 'Follies' and Earl Carroll's 'Vanities' date back to the Prohibition era and the current picture, produced by George White, also dates back in…
This screen version of Agatha Christie's [novel and stage play Ten Little Niggers] is a dull whodunit. The Christie mag yarn [serialized in the Saturday Evening Post] was a fair mystery story and a…
In his first independent production, Bing Crosby comes out with both fists swinging through a dramatization of the life of boxer John L. Sullivan.
The screen calls it 'a story dedicated to the few who trained the many.' It's a convincing tribute to the last war aces (Yanks as well as British) and to grounded veterans of the Battle of Britain…
Clark Gable is bos'n mate on a Merchant Marine vessel, and as tough as the toughest sailor on board. Handy with his dukes, he has a femme in every port. That is until he meets Greer Garson, the…
The origin of Waldorf in Grand Hotel is apparent from the start. In fact, with tongue-in-cheek one of the characters reprises a scene from the play based on the Vicki Baum novel, and Ginger Rogers…