Irene Dunne and William Powell have captured to a considerable extent the charm of the play by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse [based on the book by Clarence Day Jr]. The major humor of the story…
Fiesta is an eyeful of Esther Williams. It's also pleasant if not socko film fare, 'introducing a new personality, Ricardo Montalban'.
You could call the Diamond Horseshoe the Creep Club and Billy Rose might be Joe Blow for all that matters. True, it lends an authenticity and realism which are undeniable. But more potent are the…
Everything about this William Perlberg production is showmanly appealing. The casting is tiptop, with Robert Young, as the Police Gazette reporter, the romantic vis-a-vis after forcing Betty Grable…
Room Service with the Marx Bros will satisfy on the laugh score. There may be captious ones who'll miss (1) Groucho's standard rasslin' with a femme via-a-vis; (2) Harpo's harp solo; (3) Chico's…