Lawyer Mark Lane, whose 'brief for the defense' of Lee Harvey Oswald was in the no 1 non-fiction best-seller position for several months, converted his material into a film of the same name, Rush to…
Blake Edwards has transplanted his three-season Peter Gunn NBC-TV series (which began in the 1959-60 season) to the screen in Gunn, a well-made, but a trifle longish, programmer.
Barefoot in the Park is one howl of a picture. Adapted by Neil Simon from his legit smash, retaining Robert Redford and Mildred Natwick from the original cast, and adding Jane Fonda and Charles Boyer…
Biggest novelty gimmick of this likely click for unsophisticated situations is that, despite four writers on screenplay [including director Michael Carreras], dialog is minimal, consisting almost…
Producer-director Fred Zinnemann has blended all filmmaking elements into an excellent, handsome and stirring film version of "A Man For All Seasons." Robert Bolt adapted his 1960 play, a timeless…
"Born Free" is a heart-warming story of a British couple in Africa who, at the maturity of their pet lioness, educate the beast to survive in the bush.
The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming! is an outstanding cold-war comedy depicting the havoc created on a mythical Massachusetts island by the crew of a grounded Russian sub.
Filmed in Spain by Mirisch, Return of the Seven is an unsatisfactory followup to John Sturges' The Magnificent Seven. Yul Brynner, sole holdover thesp, stars in a plodding cliche-ridden script.
Frankie and Johnny is Elvis all the way in a story built loosely around the classic folk song, coupled with a dozen or so tunes, pretty girls and Technicolor.
Though based on a true story of a British safecracker who worked as a double spy during the Second World War, Triple Cross is made in the standard spy pattern of having him a ladies' man, fast with…
The principal problem Sidney Buchman had to face in adapting Mary McCarthy's very successful college classmates novel was to transfer its colorful characterizations and story-telling without…