Sam Goldwyn has produced a stirring epitaph on Lou Gehrig. For baseball and non-baseball fan alike, this sentimental, romantic saga of the NY kid who rose to the baseball heights and later met such a…
The film transcription of James Hilton's novel Random Harvest, under Sidney Franklin's production and Mervyn LeRoy's direction, achieves much more than average importance.
This is a weird drama of thrill-chill caliber, with developments of surprises confined to psychology and mental reactions, rather than transformation to grotesque and marauding characters for visual…
The story is romantic legend and the theme is classic morality, about two damned souls who return to earth to corrupt the human race, but remain long enough for one to be saved by a girl's love.
Story of vaudeville troupers before and during the First World War [from an original story by Howard Emmett Rogers] is obvious, naive and sentimental. It's also genuine and affectionate and lively.
The heroic defense of Wake Island in December 1941 by some 385 US marines has not only been reproduced as a screen feature almost minutely faithful to the facts but without stooping to cheapness in…
Laid in England during the reign of King George III, the story [from the novel Benjamin Blake by Edison Marshall] is that of Benjamin Blake (Tyrone Power) who undergoes great hardships and reverses…
There's the thinnest thread of a romantic story, but it's incidental to Olsen and Johnson's  stage formula for Hellzapoppin'.
This Prestton Sturges production is packed with delightful absurdities. Claudette Colbert comes through with one of her best light comedy interpretations. She's strikingly youthful and alluring as…
Abbott and Costello starrer is one continual chase, with the boys displaying their familiar routines and antics for plenty of laughs en route. In addition to the broad horseplay of the two comedians…
Story splits into two sections - first half depicts the adventurous and rowdy experiences of a group of freelance bush flyers of northern Canada who pilot supplies to the settlers and prospectors…