An iconic film for the post-war generation raised on the psychologically driven, as opposed to simply heroic, Western, "The Magnificent Seven" is an ideal study in how the movies Hollywood exported…
Celebrated for his heart-stopping imagery and stunning technical effects, Quebec's theatrical wunderkind, Robert Lepage, has come of age. For the first time his collaborative, epic style has produced…
The film version of The Seven Year Itch bears only a fleeting resemblance to George Axelrod's play of the same name on Broadway. The screen adaptation concerns only the fantasies, and omits the acts…
Bob Hope abandons the buffoon to go straight actor in biopicturing Eddie Foy, song-and-dance man of the vaudeville age.
There has never been anything in the theatre quite like Walt Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," seven reels of animated cartoon in Technicolor, unfolding an absorbingly interesting and, at…