Do Not Disturb is a light, entertaining comedy, set in England but filmed in Hollywood, with Doris Day teamed with a new screen hubby, Rod Taylor.
Whatever attracted producers in David Stuart Leslie's novel must have been lost in the transition to the screen because this is a very flyweight trite pic. It explores in only the most superficial…
William Wyler undertakes a vastly difficult assignment, and carries it off with rare artistry, in bringing to the screen a solid, suspenseful enactment of John Fowles' bestselling novel.
High life among American beach bums in Acapulco is lavishly dramatized in this Jerry Bresler production starring Lana Turner, Cliff Robertson and Hugh O'Brian.
Chief assets of Pakula-Mulligan's Baby the Rain mus t Fall [from Horton Foote's play The Traveling Lady] are outstanding performances by its stars and an emotional punch that lingers. Steve McQueen…
There are several capable players in Secret of My Success, many of them from the British studios. But the screenplay Andrew L. Stone has whipped up is too much of a handicap, and what might have been…
Fourth filming of H. Rider Haggard's fantasy adds color and widescreen to special effects, all of which help overcome a basic plot no film scripter has yet licked.
American International's youth contender carries a catchy - if wayout - title, but is a lightweight affair lacking the breeziness and substance of earlier entries. Whole affair seems to have been…
Harry Saltzman and Albert R. Broccoli, who produce the Bond razamatazz, diversify by bringing to the screen a kind of 'anti-Bond' spy in the character of Harry Palmer, based on Len Deighton's novel…
Once a Thief packs both violence and young married love in unfoldment of its theme, aptly titled, about an ex-con trying to go straight, but constantly harassed by a vengeful cop.
An entertaining comedy with something for everyone, Dear Brigitte shapes up as an excellent family pic.