Rates with the best of the G-men pictures. Joseph Spruin-Calleia's screen debut is auspicious. Curtailed to Joseph Calleia, this legit recruit does a consummate job as the arch-menace into whose…
The Black Hole of Calcutta, the battle elephants (with their gargantuan and murder- ous barbed armor), the famous hindustani monsoons and, of course, the basically courageous warrior, Robert Clive…
Too thin a plot trying to cover entirely too much area is a handicap to this screen adaptation of Walter D. Edmonds' novel Rome Haul [and the play by Frank B. Elser and Marc Connelly], of the Erie…
This is not a new or original story for the screen, but it is ideal starring material for Peter Lorre, making his first appearance in a Hollywood-milled product. Ideal as this French-written novel…
If the picture misses as outstanding, it's because the script and the direction are not up to the star and title combination. It sums as a swell idea that doesn't quite come through.
Star of Midnight is a non-camouflaged follow-up on The Thin Man (1934), although made by a different producer [from the novel by Arthur Somers Roche]. It hits a similar merry comedy-drama stride and…
As the title indicates, this is a newspaper yarn and a completely screwy one. Lacks authenticity and is so far fetched it'll hand newsscribes around the country a constant run of ripples. But it's…
The Littlest Rebel is a good Shirley Temple picture. It happens to be very similar in title, plantation locale, Negro comedy, and in general mechanics to The Little Colonel (1935).
Set against a morbid background, that of a mental hospital, Private Worlds skirts the clinical and the laboratory aspects, emphasizes the romanticism and the melodramatics.
This is a story of love - sordid and otherwise - of piracy and violence and heroism on a passenger boat run from Shanghai to Singapore [from a novel by Crosbie Garstin]. Clark Gable is a valiant sea…
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