Saratoga, a story of the thoroughbreds and the men and women who follow the horses around the circuit, is a glamorous comedy-drama which the late Jean Harlow was completing, as co-star with Clark…
Slapstick farce, incredible and without rhyme or reason, is Paramount's contribution to the cycle of goofy pictures which started with My Man Godfrey (1936). This one is a poor imitation, lacking…
Here is the life of Jim Fisk, Wall Street operator of the 1880's, told in ragtime. It's absurd biography but good entertainment despite its inanities, extravagances and exaggerations.
Charming love story woven round the central personality of the world-famous pianist, Paderewski. For the highbrows there will probably not be enough of the maestro's genius # for the lowbrows, there…
Although not the first film which has attempted to capitalize the international reputation of Hollywood, it is unquestionably the most effective one yet made. The highly commendable results are…
Transfer of the [Pearl S.] Buck novel from page to celluloid, with a stop-off via the stage [play by Owen and Donald Davis], is a tough adaptation job. The characters are 100% Chinese. In many scenes…
A labored effort to keep this picture neutral on the subject of the Russian Revolution finally completely overshadows the simple love story intertwining Marlene Dietrich and Robert Donat.
Both Alice Faye and Jack Haley are capital as the love interest, former never looking better and handling light emotional scenes with conviction. Walter Winchell and bandleader Ben Bernie play…
San Quentin is stark, authentic-looking prison melodrama that misses being big entertainment because of a love story that is none too strong and a plot [by Robert Tasker and John Bright] that is only…
Those two box-office dynamiters, William Powell and Myrna Loy, are yoked in Double Wed ding, an outright slapstick comedy which would be funnier if it were shorter.