After a pair of swindlers work over the small town of Sage City, Gene Autry discovers his townfolk have been bilked out of coin supposedly aimed for picture production. Accompanied by Smiley Burnette…
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…
Smash, spy melodrama, with the background of France just after the Germans crashed Paris and immediately thereafter, Paris Calling offers Elisabeth Bergner in perhaps her top screen characterization…
Second picturization of Fannie Hurst's novel - first turned out in 1932 with John Boles and Irene Dunne under direction of John Stahl - retains all of the tear-jerking qualities of the author's…
Material for the screenplay is taken from Stephen Vincent Benet's short story, an O. Henry prize-winner, and the author had a hand in the film version with Dan Totheroh.
The camera's facility in pin-pointing the tenets of tragedy has been harnessed in Love on the Dole. The Walter Greenwood novel screens as powerful dramatics.
While Hold Back the Dawn is basically another European refugee yarn, scenarists Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder exercised some ingenuity and imagination and Ketty Frings' original emerges as fine…
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…
An adventurous melodrama, unfolded in a colonial outpost of British East Africa, Sundown is an interesting tale of its type. Locale is cinematically fresh, the Kenya country near the Abyssinian…
Design for Scandal is a lightly-concocted romantic farce, with familiar story undercurrent refreshed by expert deliveries in the acting, direction and dialog departments.