Diary is interesting from several angles, no less of which is its adaptation from the original French. The transition is certainly the most important factor in drawing a line on its entertainment…
Heart is more than just a suspenseful thriller. Based on an original story by Rose Franken and William Brown Meloney, the film presents in honest fashion a tale of a young girl with a father fixation…
Production and directorial skill of Alfred Hitchcock combine with a suspenseful story and excellent performances to make Notorious force entertainment.
Unduly slow pace and repetitious use of trick sets hurts chances of this film. Story, a fairy tale [by Mme. Leprince de Beaumont] in medieval costumes, shows Josette Day in a Cinderella part falling…
Metro, with the skill it has so often demonstrated in transforming a best-selling novel to a best-selling picture, turns the trick again with this filmization of A. J. Cronin's The Green Years.
Pygmalion theme [from a pre-war French film] lends itself to Ginger Rogers' talents and strong performances by others in the cast are on the credit side. These factors do considerable in glossing…
The familiar western formula reaches its highest commercialization in Duel in Sun. It is raw, sex-laden, western pulp fiction, told in 10-20-30 style. The star lineup is impressive. Vastness of the…
With the emphasis on a woman's struggle within herself over the ethics of behavior following her husband's death, this WB dramatization of the Clare Jaynes novel Instruct My Sorrows is okay.
Three Strangers carries a rather complicated episodic plot, depending mostly on the fine cast performances to carry it.
Tarzan is growing old. After all these years of swinging through the trees and giving out with an occasional blood-curdling yell to thrill the kids in the front row, he's finally showing signs of…