This filmusical version of George Abbott's  stage production retains all of the youthful enthusiasm and spontaneity of the original, with addition of Harry James and his orchestra for generous…
A particularly poor script is the basis for the ills besetting this mystery melodrama. Even the occasional good performance can't offset this minor dualer.
Story has color, romance, adventure, and not a little s.a. Ingrid Bergman is the beautiful albeit calculating Creole, and Gary Cooper is very effective in the plausible role of a droll, gamblin'…
Provided with generous slices of comedy, skillfully handled by producer-director Ernst Lubitsch, this is for most of the 112 minutes a smooth, appealing and highly commercial production. Lubitsch has…
The script is inclined to be one of those far-fetched things, and there's a frequent stretch for laughs, but where there's a sufficient reelage of Lamarr no picture can be very far off the beam. The…
An amusing vehicle for Will Hay, minus his former stooges. This time his associate is Claude Hulbert as a budding lawyer sacked for failing to convict Hay on a charge of writing begging letters.
Idea of making Field Marshal Rommel's campaign into an exciting fable is by Lajos Biro, Hungarian writer, who did so many successful Ernst Lubitsch screen hits. It affords a vivid picture of Rommel…
The submarine Sea Tiger is sent out to sink a Nazi battleship which is due to leave Bremerhaven for the Kiel Canal, en route to the Baltic. The sub's instructions are to intercept her off the German…
Centered around five women, all of whom have their men in the services and all of whom are contributing to the war effort in one way or another, Tender Comrade is a preachment for all that democracy…
I Walked with a Zombie fails to measure up to the horrific title. Film contains some terrifying passages, but is overcrowded with trite dialog and ponderous acting.