There has rarely been a more faithful adaptation of an original, with the exception of the ending, which was added at the request of the censor.
The pep, enthusiasm and apparent fun the makers of On the Town had in putting it together comes through to the audience and gives the picture its best asset.
Adapted from a Ring Lardner short story of the same title, Champion is a stark, realistic study of the boxing rackets and the degeneracy of a prizefighter.
The Glass Mountain has a theme inspired by a legend of the mountains in the Dolomites.
Metro has combined a star constellation for its unstinting re-make of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women, the old-lace classic of a quartet of daughters and their strivings in Civil War years.
The rise and fall of a backwoods political messiah, and the mark he left on the American scene, is given graphic celluloid treatment in All the King's Men.
Wake of the Red Witch, with its Polynesian locale, is replete with action, drama and adventure. Story is a gripping account of deadly rivalry between two men. Struggle between John Wayne, an…
The 10th screen Tarzan makes his appearance in Tarzan's Magic Fountain in the person of Lex Barker. Since Edgar Rice Burrough's character is practically foolproof in the hands of any male with the…
The moving simplicity of the Pietro Di Donato novel, Christ in Concrete, has been brought to the screen with rare sincerity. It is two hours of genuine human drama, which makes no concession to…
Lewis Milestone's filmization of a novelette by John Steinbeck has been pieced together with taste and fidelity. It has, however, stumbled over one obstacle. The secondary theme, an attempt to etch…