Story splits into two sections - first half depicts the adventurous and rowdy experiences of a group of freelance bush flyers of northern Canada who pilot supplies to the settlers and prospectors…
Kid Glove Killer is one of those moderately-budgeted programmers that appear at long intervals to rise far above the level intended. Spotlight shines brightly on Van Heflin in the lead. His skillful…
Adaptors Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov obviously liked their stage play [adapted from New Yorker stories by Ruth McKenney], for in translating it to the screen they've retained virtually the…
Paul Jones, the producer of this musical version of Sailor Beware, has surrounded Dorothy Lamour with a miscellaneous collection of talent, including two first-starters who click strongly; but while…
Story of vaudeville troupers before and during the First World War [from an original story by Howard Emmett Rogers] is obvious, naive and sentimental. It's also genuine and affectionate and lively.
This Ealing Studios tale [from a story by Graham Greene] of 72 hours of the life of Bramley End, a tiny hamlet in the heart of the English countryside, is introduced by an old grave-digger playing…
Song of the Islands is a spontaneous and breezy mixture of comedy, song, dance and romance - set in Hawaiian atmosphere.
The Moss Hart-George S. Kaufman play, a moderate legit hit, becomes a sock comedy on the screen under astute handling and with Jack Benny in the principal laugh role.
Thirty-one film treatments on [John Colton's play] Shanghai Gesture were submitted without success to the Hays Office. Producer Arnold Pressburger finally slipped through a treatment for a go-ahead…
The film transcription of James Hilton's novel Random Harvest, under Sidney Franklin's production and Mervyn LeRoy's direction, achieves much more than average importance.