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.
Bette Davis is teamed with James Cagney in a broad farce that combines spontaneous gaiety and infectious humor. It's a hefty package of laugh entertainment [from the story by Kenneth Earl and M.M…
William Powell and Myrna Loy romp merrily through another marital comedy loaded with solid comedy, compactly set up and tempoed at a zippy pace. Love Crazy is a standout laugh hit of top proportions…
Appointment for Love is a neatly constructed piece of bright entertainment. Producer Bruce Manning, who also collaborated on the script with Felix Jackson [from an original by Ladislas Bus-Fekete]…
In essence, Underground is merely another violent attack on the barbarism of Nazism, with elements of the chase, minor romance and a gleam of hope at the finale. It has the urgency of an overpowering…
Warners dips into the Gay Nineties period with this second film version of James Hagan's play, One Sunday Afternoon. Paramount turned out the original picture back in 1933 with Gary Cooper starred.