The English legendary werewolf provides basis for another cinematic adventure into the horrific chiller-diller realm. The Wolf Man is a compactly-knit tale of its kind, with good direction and…
Here's the story. Irene Dunne and Cary Grant adopt a six weeks' old baby and raise her until she is six, when she dies, after a brief illness. Then they adopt a boy of two.
Walt Disney returns in Dumbo to the formula that accounted for his original success - simple animal characterization.
In a foreword, audiences are informed that this is a fanciful and imaginative story, put on the record mainly for amusement purposes. The Devil and Miss Jones then unwinds a light and fluffy tale of…
Major Barbara is the second film from the partnership of George Bernard Shaw and Gabriel Pascal. Adapted from an old Shaw play, circa 1905, it still carries the lightning thrusts of Shavian caustic…
Picture is a combo of slick scripting, fast-paced direction and excellent performances. Richard Flournoy provides plenty of laugh embellishment to the original story by Horace Jackson and Grant…
Before the studio settled on this title, the film bore the far more descriptive, if not as romantic, caption, The Doctor's Husband. As a spinner of comic notions the theme suggested by the latter tag…
Sunny, the third successive picturization of a musical comedy by the English team of producer-director Herbert Wilcox and star Anna Neagle, is a typical operetta Cinderella tale.
Hot Spot may suggest a nightclub background, but such scenes are only incidental. The director, H. Bruce Humberstone, has been equipped with a good script and from his cast has obtained results that…
The Wagons Roll At Night is a fast-moving meller. Background is supplied by a traveling carnival operated by the tough and calloused Humphrey Bogart who succeeds in evading successive sheriffs to…