The Philip Stong novel, which Oscar Hammerstein II authored for the latest screen version [adapted by Sonya Levien and Paul Green], is still a boy-meets-girl yarn that has lost none of the flavor of…
Narrative uses flashback technique to condense life of Col Robert Lee Scott Jr, army ace who gained fame with General Chennault's Flying Tigers.
The Marcia Davenport novel of the same title contained enough material for any number of pictures, but no reader of the book will be able to quarrel with the film's results.
Pardon My Past is a topnotch comedy [from a story by Patterson McNutt and Harlan Ware] packing plenty of fun for all types of audiences. It's a comedy of mistaken identity and frustration. Fred…
This ambitious French film turns out to be a strange mixture of the beautiful, the esoteric and the downright dull. Some startling flashes of inspired mimicry and fresh Gallic humor are wedded to the…
This one is a lightweight comedy that never seems able to make up its mind whether to be fantasy or broad slapstick. There are some good laughs but generally The Horn Blows at Midnight is not solid.
Except for the wider range of the camera, Junior Miss sticks to the play faithfully. The same set of animated young maniacs that made life at times miserable but never uninteresting for their parents…
For his first independent production, Gary Cooper turned out a better-than-average western [from the novel by Alan LeMay]. Cooper is not only the producer but also the star, along with Loretta Young…
Competent trouping and topflight production make Without Love a click. But there's no gainsaying the general obviousness of it all, along with a somewhat static plot basis [from a play by Philip…
David O. Selznick devised unique production values for this Alfred Hitchcock-directed version of a psychological mystery novel [The House of Dr ed wardes, written by Hilary St George Saunders].