This story of a $2 million race track holdup and steps leading up to the robbery, occasionally told in a documentary style which at first tends to be somewhat confusing, soon settles into a tense and…
This tense, offbeat piece of science-fiction is occasionally difficult to follow due to the strangeness of its scientific premise. Action nevertheless is increasingly exciting.
The Black Tent is an entertaining adventure yarn of a British officer who takes refuge with a Bedouin tribe during World War II. Film is colorfully limned in story's actual Libyan Desert setting with…
Offbeater concerns the last days of the war in Burma and is about a Japanese private who decides to stay on to bury all the Japanese dead strewn over the land. He is wounded and saved by a holy man…
Delightful make-believe of Ferenc Molnar's venerable play The Swan makes for a genteel picture about genteel people in a never-never world of crowns, titles and luxury living. There's subtle humor…
First and foremost, this is a story of courage, showing a man's triumph over physical disability and every obstacle raised to curtail his normal activities. Adapted from the biography [The Story of…
Paramount's sock musical package borrows the title and songs from that yesteryear stage hit, Anything Goes. Male topliners Bing Crosby and Donald O'Connor go together as though born to give the zip…
Budd Schulberg's vehement novel about the fight racket is given a strong pictorial going-over in The Harder They Fall. It's main-event stuff.
Hollywood's in the label and does make a finale appearance, but most of this comedy caper takes place on a cross-country junket from New York, with way stops enroute, including Las Vegas.
Diana Dors plays a heavy dramatic role in Yield to the Night, which calls for a drastic de-glamorizing treatment.
In The Best Things in Life Are Free, producer Henry Ephron and director Michael Curtiz went on the reasonably sound theory that, in telling the story of Tin Pan Alley's fabulous team of Buddy…