Men with Wings is a giant bomber from the Paramount hangar, designed on a lavish scale by the skilled air picture mechanic, William A. Wellman, and polished off beautifully in Technicolor. The action…
The Citadel is Metro's second British-made production. It's an effective drama based on A.J. Cronin's novel which generated quite a controversy in medical circles due to presentation of its subject…
Philip Barry's play, Holiday, in film form was a smash hit in the Depression's depth in 1930. Futility of riches is the topic and Donald Ogden Stewart and Sidney Buchman, who wrote this version, have…
Vivacious Lady is entertainment of the highest order and broadest appeal. Story by I.A.R. Wylie tells the romantic adventures and tribulations of a New York cabaret singer and a youthful college…
Impressive scenes of the Alaskan waters, backgrounded by towering glaciers which drop mighty icebergs into the sea, imperiling doughty fishermen and their frail craft, lift Spawn of the North into…
Supposedly killed by the police long ago, the gendarme mystifier, Lupin, a character created (and used before in films) by Maurice Leblanc is found by the writers of this original to have merely…
This is the second film produced by the Farm Security Administration, previous one having been The Plough That Broke the Plains, also written and directed by Pare Lorentz, with musical score by…
Produced on a scale of incomparable splendor and extravagance, Marie Antoinette approaches real greatness as cinematic historical literature.
With the rejuvenated W.C. Fields at his inimitable best in a streamlined production which combines spectacle, melody and dance, Big Broadcast of 1938 is pictorially original and alluring.
Garden of the Moon is a bright musical, due principally to the sparkling Harry Warren and Al Dubin and Johnny Mercer tunes, an ebullient script and the exceptionally adept direction of Busby Berkeley.