Orson Welles, who nearly scared the country half to death with his memorable broadcast of a blitz by invaders from Mars, has uncovered for press review his initial production, of which he is…
This Marlene Dietrich starrer is a very thin and familiar tale of the romantic interludes of a lady of dubious reputation a century ago. Picture misses its apparent mark of being a smartly…
There's plenty of rough and rowdy action and dialog in this melodrama, premised on the triangle formula.
What Father Flanagan is to Boys Town in Nebraska, Edna Gladney was to an orphans' home in Texas operated entirely on a strong mother love instinct and the gracious donations of Texans. The home is…
Though it is a bit corny in spots and lays the slapstick on heavily, with some gag sequences stretched too far, here is a comedy of soldier life that completely entertains.
Abbott and Costello continue their cinematic slaphappy antics in Keep 'Em Flying, third in their series of service comedies. Stressing the individualized routines of the duo throughout - with story…
They Died with Their Boots On is the Custer story, full of action, Indians and anachronisms, with Olivia de Havilland co-starred.
Zanzibar is Paramount's second coupling of Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour. Although picture has sufficient comedy situations and dialog between its male stars, it lacks the compactness and…
Errol Flynn becomes a detective book author and amateur Sherlock in Footsteps in the Dark, his first comedy in years. Not his best picture, this modest budgeter gives the star a chance to appear in a…
The Feminine Touch is important through showcasing Rosalind Russell as one of the top film comediennes. She handles the sophisticated material equally as well as the frequent excursions into…
Man Made Monster is a shocker that's in the groove for the horror fans. It makes no pretense of being anything but a freakish chiller, going directly to the point and proving mighty successful.