As their first British venture in VistaVision, the Rank studios play safe with a sequel to Doctor in the House, but Doctor at Sea does not rise to the same laugh-provoking heights as its predecessor.
Paramount has fashioned a breezy 105-minute VistaVision feature. Light antics swing around three convicts of Devil's Island who find themselves playing Santa Claus to a family they came to rob.
A frothy comedy, The Constant Husband is one of the brightest efforts from the Frank Launder and Sidney Gilliat partnership. The screenplay is light and amusing, and none of the sparkle has been lost…
Love, as portrayed and dramatized in this fine and sensitive Buddy Adler production based on the Han Suyin bestseller, is indeed a many-splendored thing. It's an unusual picture shot against…
A Prize of Gold is a taut suspense thriller unfolded against vividly interesting Berlin-London backgrounds.
A tight suspense show is offered in "Rear Window," one of Alfred Hitchcock's better thrillers. James Stewart's established star value, plus the newer potentiality of Grace Kelly, currently getting a…
Recent longshore labor scandals serve as the takeoff point for a flight into fictionalized violence concerning the terroristic rule of a dock union over its coarse and rough, but subdued, members…
The novelty of lensing, in color, a picture designed to reproduce black-and-white is rather dissipated in this production. If there had been some entertainment impact to go with the photographic…
This elegant film [from the story by Ogai Mori] utilizes 11th-century Japan. It tells the story of a noble mother and her two children who are separated by river pirates. The latter sells the…
Max Brand's familiar western hero rides for the third time around under the Universal banner. The soft-spoken, gunless lawman was played by Tom Mix in 1932, and by James Stewart in 1939. This time…
The Last Time I Saw Paris is an engrossing romantic drama that tells a good story with fine performances and an overall honesty of dramatic purpose.