The Juggler deals with a man who has become a neurotic from his long imprisonment in Nazi concentration camps, and how he gradually comes to realize his illness and seek help from new-found friends…
Rob Roy is a lively swashbuckling meller. The synopsis explicitly states that the film is not based on the Walter Scott novel, but is founded entirely on history and legend.
This remake of Charles Belden's Mystery of the Wax Museum (1933) is given the full 3-D treatment in Crane Wilbur's screenplay [from a story by Charles Belden]. Andre de Toth's direction, while…
A moderate round of entertainment is offered in this adventure-swashbuckler that lays its action against Technicolored backgrounds in early France and Guatemala. Ancient Mayan ruins, particularly the…
Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis dig a lot of divots among the fairways of The Caddy. It's an amusing romp [from a story by Danny Arnold] that, while not always parring previous M & L successes, comes…
The Marcel Pagnol novel that inspired Claude Berri's 1986 twin features, Jean de Florette and Manon des Sources, was itself a literary reworking of Pagnol's penultimate theatrical feature in 1953…
A battle-of-the-sexes theme is used for this fairly entertaining, highly contrived piece of screen nonsense.
This is a lightweight comedy-drama, poorly plotted and overlength.
The legit hit about GI internees in a Nazi prison camp during the Second World War is screened as a lusty comedy-melodrama, loaded with bold, masculine humor and as much of the original's uninhibited…
The misadventures that befall a family of three vacationing at an isolated coast section of Lower California have been put together in an unpretentious, tightly-drawn suspense melodrama.
The southwest frontier is the setting for this good outdoor actioner. Plot is laid in Texas during 1878 in and around Fort Clark, historical old cavalry post, and Nat Holt films his production on the…