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Review: 'Jane Eyre'

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Charlotte Bronte's Victorian novel, Jane Eyre, reaches the screen in a drama that is as intense on celluloid as it is on the printed page. This picture has taken liberties with the novel that may be…

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Review: 'Uncensored'

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Efforts of the Belgian underground to thwart the Nazi grip form the basis for this thrilling melodrama, which often reaches the melodramatic heights of 39 Steps. Picture contains about an hour of…

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Review: 'Ghost Catchers'

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In the best Olsen and Johnson tradition, Ghost Catchers is a tuneful, screwy concoction, brief and zippy. Unlike previous O&J endeavors this film has a plot. The boys, with the aid of numerable…

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Review: 'Mrs Parkington'

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Mrs Parkington is a successful picture from any angle. Film version of Louis Bromfield's novel is an absorbing and warmful presentation of the history of an American empire builder. With Greer Garson…

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Review: 'The Hairy Ape'

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The Eugene O'Neill play, one of his earliest and one carrying plenty of gutter dialog and epithets, dealt with the futility of brawn over brain, but also severely attacked capitalism and at one…

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Review: 'Jack London'

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Samuel Bronston has brought to the screen one of the great men of American letters, Jack London, and if ever there was a blood-and-guts subject for Hollywood treatment, London has long seemed a…

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