The story is founded upon an incident of insurrection and bloodshed which took place in and around Regina in 1885, when Canadian troops finally subdued a settlers' discontent and revolt.
The Sea Hawk retains all of the bold and swashbuckling adventure and excitement of its predecessor, turned out for First National by Frank Lloyd in 1923. But the screenplay of the new version is…
Back in 1919 - 20 a smash musical comedy and then in 1926 a hit First National film starring Colleen Moore, Irene emerges this time as dated celluloidia. It's old-fashioned from several angles…
Based on the adventures of New York's crack Irish regiment during the First World War, The Fighting 69th is a vigorously melodramatic war picture.
To live in New York you have to have ambition and fortitude against all odds, and battle it through when the going is toughest. That's the basic theme of City for Conquest, starring James Cagney and…
Here is a splendid production, in which much care and attention to detail has gone into the making. Historical biography [from an idea by Norman Burnside] is based on the life of Dr Paul Ehrlich…
This film version of Joseph Conrad's novel impresses with several strongly individual performances rather than with the basic movement of the story itself.
Pinocchio is a substantial piece of entertainment for young and old. Both animation and photography are vastly improved over Walt Disney's first cartoon feature, Snow White. Animation is so smooth…
Clemence Dane's play, originally turned out by RKO [in 1932], skyrocketed Katharine Hepburn into prominence and marquee lights. Maureen O'Hara, a capable Irish actress imported by Erich Pommer and…
Northwest Passage, which hit a negative cost of nearly $2 million, is a fine epic adventure. The picture carries through only the first half of the novel [by Kenneth Roberts] and is so designated in…