This pic doesn't vary much from the basic formula used in the numerous predecessors in the Hardy family saga, but why should it?
Utilizing the same off-screen documentary exposition as he did in The House on 92nd Street producer Louis de Rochemont, himself an alumnus of the Time-Life technique, reemploys the stentorian March…
International Pictures takes its audience through a deep emotional bath in this moving filmization of Gwen Bristow's magazine serial and novel. Yarn is a variation of the Enoch Arden theme.
A lengthy documentary recording the bitter fight which French railway workers waged against the Germans, picture originally was released in France in 1946, and for US distribution an introduction and…
This first postwar German production is a serious film concerned with the knotty problem of the individual German's guilt for Nazism. While not fully successful, either as drama or ideology, film is…
Story is a forthright, uncompromising presentation of evil, greedy people and human weaknesses. Characters are sharply drawn in the Robert Rossen script, based on Jack Patrick's original story [Love…
Paisan (meaning 'fellow-countryman') comprises six episodes as Yank and British troops battle their way northward to push the Nazis out of Sicily and Italy. They are tied together in semi-documentary…
The cue sheet on Blue Skies lists 42 different Irving Berlin song items but some of it has been excised and the rest so skillfully arranged, orchestrated and presented that the nostalgic musical…
The Hoodlum Saint is a drama laid in the period just after World War I up through the 1929 stock market crash and deals with the power of belief in St Dismus, the good thief, to reform all hoodlums…
This film is a solid package of chuckle material. With Allyn Joslyn on the celluloid for the full running time, film is a fast mix of gay situations and bright gags with no letdown at any point.