Champagne for Caesar centers its lampooning on bigtime soap companies and the quiz shows that hand out money freely to contestants. Ronald Colman plays an intellectual, a sort of walking…
The Civil War is carried into the west for Indian-fighting, giving Two Flags West an interesting premise for solid action and fast pace.
Metro has fashioned a long, elaborate and costly class feature out of John Galsworthy's writings about his Victorian family, the Forsytes.
Yarn [from Horace McCoy's story of the same name] opens with the trial of an assorted bunch of heavies and then quickly segues into a flashback to tell how circumstances put them in the courtroom…
A Woman of Distinction is a loosely-tied grabbag of screwball and nonsensical doings about two warring-but-loving pedagogues. Sans much logic, the Rosalind Russell-Ray Milland teamwork is good for…
The Outriders is sturdy meat for the action fan. Principal motivation of script is a $1 million gold robbery.
Cecil B. DeMille has again dipped into the Bible for his material, made appropriately dramatic revisions in the original, and turned up with a DeMille-size smash.
Fancy Pants is a bright, bouncy farce with never a serious moment, played in broadest slapstick by Bob Hope, Lucille Ball and a fine cast of comedy characters.
The Furies is a big-scale western drama, expertly put together by Hal Wallis. Story is the familiar one about cattle barons and sprawling western empires.
Night and the City is an exciting, suspenseful melodrama, produced in London [from a novel by Gerald Kersh], which is the story of a double-crossing heel who finally gets his just desserts. In this…