Appeal is aimed strictly at the emotions, as the plot is another variation of self-sacrificing mother love. The film is a remake of The Trespasser, which Edmund Goulding earlier wrote and directed…
With all the dramatic moments of H. Rider Haggard's adventure yarn, and production values reaching high and spectacular standards, here is a slab of genuine adventure decked in finely done, realistic…
Considering its only moderate success as a legit show [by Edward Hope, from the novel by Stanley J. Weyman] and that it may be automatically and erroneously tabbed as a costume production, Under the…
A stage play once confined within the liberal proscenium of the New Amsterdam theatre (NY), where Marilyn Miller scintillated for the Ziegfeld management, Rosalie breaks through the chrysalis of…
Producer Samuel Goldwyn has made a near-literal film translation of Sidney Kingsley's play Dead End, the New York stage success. The Kingsley theme is that tenements breed gangsters, and no one does…
Of all his stories, Mark Twain loved best The Prince and the Pauper. Produced with sincerity and lavishness, this film [from a dramatised version by Catherine C. Cushing] is a costume picture minus…
Marked Woman has no romance to sell. This is a hard-hitting yarn of five girls working for a vice king.
Surefire film fun and up to the usual parity of the madcap Marxes, even though a bit hectic in striving for jolly moments and bright quips.
Producer Samuel Goldwyn made the film first in 1925 and did mighty well by the results. Stella Dallas is chiefly a tear-jerker of A ranking.
One of the oldest stories in pictures - the grooming of a heavyweight champion - has been done again with good results [from the Saturday Evening Post story by Francis Wallace].