A large department store serves as background for this display of familiar Marxian comedy, the final film appearance of Groucho, Chico and Harpo as a combo [from a screen story by Nat Perrin].
Paramount production head B.G. DeSylva, who produced the stage version [by Irving Berlin and Morrie Ryskind], evidently was confident that the usual film variations, modifications and interpolations…
This is a film version of Charles Bonner's novel, Legacy, which details the decade history of a typical American family kept intact by the father through the panic of 1907 and the World War. The…
Determined to be faithful until it hurts, Metro virtually transplanted the stage of the Shubert theatre (N.Y.) to the Coast, turned a camera on "The Philadelphia Story" and let go. Result--up to a…
Walt Disney, who is never further back in the film parade than the front line, presents a new and novel treatment of animated cartoons in a group of illustrated classical musical compositions, under…
'Rebecca' is an artistic success whose b.o. lure will be limited. Picture is noteworthy in its literal translation of Daphne du Maurier's novel to the screen, presenting all of the sombreness and…
It took courage, a pile of money and John Ford to film the story of the dust bowl and the tribulations of its unhappy survivors, who sought refuge in inhospitable California. Picture is "The Grapes…
The Cisco Kid [created by William Sydney Porter (O. Henry)] continues his Robin Hoodian adventures along the south-west border in a story which grooves along familiar lines of the series.
; Editor ison, The Man is a sequel to Young Tom ed ison (Mickey Rooney). The sequel takes up with Edison after he has gone to New York to pursue his vocation as an inventor.
On the theory, perhaps, that one good western deserves another, Warner Bros follows up Dodge City, starring Errol Flynn, with another saga of the land of the blazing sunsets entitled Virginia City…