U paid $200,000 for the screen rights to Phil Dunning's smash. As a melodrama with music the screenplay expands way beyond the stage production as well as in the melodramatic portion with its street…
Story is loose jointed and far from well knit, the audience being asked to take plenty for granted.
In his herculean attempt to take comedy, romance and tragedy and blend them into a big, gripping, Negro talker, King Vidor has turned out an unusual picture from a theme that is almost as ancient as…
Although Greta Garbo, as Arden Stuart, is meant to throw off the cloak of conventionalism for free plunges, the actress is almost unfeline in her brazen directness. The star keeps well wrapped…
Blackmail is most draggy. It has no speed or pace and very little suspense. Everything's open-face. It's a story [from the play by Charles Bennett] that has been told in different disguises - the…
Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks in a vastly extravagant burlesque of Bill Shakespeare's best laugh. The two stars often turn that into a howl.
Lots of color - Technicolor - lots of comedy, girls, songs, music, dancing, production in Gold Diggers of Broadway.
The Hall Caine novel from which this film was adapted is a weak one, but the director has done his best with it. All there is to the story is Pete, a fisherman, having Philip, an attorney, for a…
This is the real old burlesque, in its background, people and atmosphere. So was Beth Brown's book, and Garret Fort has adapted with sufficient fidelity to hold together the odd story that makes an…
Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown and Ray Henderson have turned out an average Cinderella story for Janet Gaynor, and she plays it. And sings it. David Butler in direction does so well by Gaynor that you even…
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