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…
Dumas story of the Corsican Brothers is widely known. Born Siamese twins of Corsican aristocracy, the babies are separated immediately after birth by a miraculous operation, and saved from a vendetta…
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.
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…
Western Union is another epic of the early American frontier. This time the stringing of telephone lines in the 1860s, between Omaha and Salt Lake City, provides the background for adventures and…
Sullivan's Travels is a curious but effective mixture of grim tragedy, slapstick of the Key- stone brand and smart, trigger-fast comedy.
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…
Ever a trail-hewer, Walt Disney has once more created a film entirely different from anything before. The film, in its essentials, is a trip through the Disney plant - interspersed with cartoon…
A warm and human preachment for godliness, this biography of a Methodist minister is from the best-seller by Hartzell Spence. About the only faults with the picture are its slowness in the first half…
Design for Scandal is a lightly-concocted romantic farce, with familiar story undercurrent refreshed by expert deliveries in the acting, direction and dialog departments.