The vise-like grip with which Death of a Salesman held Broadway theatregoers for almost two years continues undiminished in Stanley Kramer's production of the film version. Arthur Miller's Pulitzer…
Top honors for this inter-planetary fantasy rest with the cameramen and special effects technicians rather than with performances of the non-name cast. Process photography and optical illusions are…
John Barrymore Jr is the star of this story, ineptly scripted by Stanley Ellin and Joseph Losey from Ellin's novel, Dreadful Summit. Losey's direction pars the writing and the playing is in keeping.
Producer-director Mario Zampi very nearly succeeds in bringing off an outstanding comedy with Laughter in Paradise. Plot describes what happens after a practical joker leaves $140,000 to each of four…
As the femme pirate who sailed the Caribbean seas as the dreaded Captain Providence, Jean Peters outdoes the best Ruth Roland tradition and looks good while doing it. There's nothing ludicrous about…
This remake of Bartlett Cormack's old play has been handled to emphasize clearcut action and suspense and the casting is just right to stress the rough and ready toughness in the script.
While this film version of the 1933 legit piece [by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson, adapted by Elwood Ullman] has been padded to an unnecessary 104 minutes, it has enough of the comics in…
The script mixes up a good balance of action and romance for adult western fans, and the well-rounded characters and plot go through their paces under the able direction of the late Edwin L. Marin.
In the Lady with the Lamp, Anna Neagle adds another portrait to her screen gallery of famous women. Her characterization of Florence Nightingale is a sincerely moving study.
On Moonlight Bay is a nostalgic comedy-romance of the 1915-17 period that takes a slice from Booth Tarkington's Alice Adams and another from his Penrod stories to frame the likeable characters…