Father Brown is distinguished mainly by the excellent casting of Alec Guinness in the title role. The G.K. Chesterton stories were adapted by Thelma Schnee, who shares the credit with the director…
This science-fiction shocker has a well-plotted story [by George Worthington Yates, adapted by Russell Hughes], expertly directed and acted in a matter-of-fact style.
The striking beauties of the Canadian Rockies co-star with the blonde charms of Marilyn Monroe and the masculine muscles of Robert Mitchum in River of No Return.
This 3-D hackle-raiser reverts to the prehistoric. After the discovery of a web-fingered skeleton hand in the Amazon region, a scientific expedition heads into the steaming tropics to hunt more…
Sentiment and swing feature in this biopic treatment on the life of the late Glenn Miller. The Miller music, heard in some 20 tunes throughout the production, is still driving, rhythmic swing at its…
Story by Federico Fellini, who also directed this picture, and Tullio Pinelli tells of a blunt, brutal wandering carnie performer (Anthony Quinn) who 'buys' a girl (Giulietta Masina) to serve as his…
Circus background of this expensively-mounted Hal Wallis production gives Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis slick opportunity to disport themselves along familiar lines.
Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye, along with VistaVision, keep the enteratinment going in this fancifully staged production, clicking well.
Some 97 minutes of well-farced escapism is offered in Susan Slept Here. Romantic comedy is imaginatively developed, brightly trouped under Frank Tashlin's smart direction most of the way. Alex…
This John Houseman production is a real pro job, of a calibre that doesn't come along too often. Cameron Hawley's novel, Executive Suite, was good reading, and Ernest Lehman has fashioned it into…