The Great Ziegfeld is the last gasp in filmusical entertainment. On its running time (10 minutes short of three hours), it is the record holder to date for length of a picture in the US. After two…
Most audiences won't understand a great deal of the scientific background or import, and a great portion won't care. Try as hard as the producers could, they haven't avoided some dull stretches of…
Swing Time is another winner for the Fred Astaire-Ginger Rogers combo. It's smart, modern, and impressive in every respect, from its boy-loses-girl background to its tunefulness, dancipation…
Go West, Young Man is from the stage comedy hit, Personal Appearance [by Lawrence Riley]. Mae West, in her own way, is excellent in the role Gladys George created on the stage.
A comedy of steady tempo and deepening laughter. Irene Dunne takes the hurdle into comedy with versatile grace.
Romeo and Juliet is a faithful and not too imaginative translation to the screen of the William Shakespeare play.
Beloved Enemy is a Hollywood version of how peace was restored betwen the British and Irish in 1921. The three collaborators of Beloved Enemy have dealt with fictional principals. They have conceived…
Picture is primarily Lionel Barrymore's, and not particularly because the character of Andrew Jackson he portrays calls for it. His tenderness towards his backwoods wife, his rough-and-ready fighting…
As his first for Selznick International after leaving Metro, David O. Selznick turns in a fine, sensitive picture in Little Lord Fauntleroy, which may well rank with his David Copperfield and A Tale…
Many and varied gags, majority of which land, combine with a set of good songs and individual performances to make this good entertainment. Picture doesn't look the cost of previous Cantor starrers…