When [R.C. Sherriff's] Home at Seven was produced on the London stage in 1950, it proved to be one of the major successes of the legit season. Ralph Richardson repeats his starring role.
Postwar Germany provides the background for an interesting chase thriller. Snow-covered Munich, Salzburg, Berchtesgaden and Hitler's bombed-out Adlerhorst are the plot settings.
T.S. Eliot's legit play, Murder in the Cathed ral, has been turned into a moving but very ponderous film.
The Broadway legit success, Come Back, Little Sheba, has become a potent piece of screen entertainment. The production is faithful to the William Inge play.
Rex Beach's novel of romance and adventure in early-day Alaska comes to the screen as a hearty, salty, action film well-trouped by a good cast headed by Gregory Peck.
The Springfield rifle and army counter-espionage are the bases for the plot of this Gary Cooper starrer.
Film is moving, poetic idyll of the effect of the [Second World] war on two moppets. It contrasts the world of two youngsters to the ransacked world created by their elders.
Anything Can Happen, based on the bestselling book by George and Helen Papashvily detailing their own real-life adventures, is a heart-warming comedy, engagingly acted, slickly produced and directed.
Fanciers of costumed swashbucklers will find this remake of the venerable Prisoner of Zenda a likeable version. The third time around for the yarn [adapted by Wells Root from the novel by Anthony…
This Marlene Dietrich western has some of the flavor of the old outdoor classics (like the actress's own onetime Destry Rides Again without fully capturing their quality and magic. The characters…