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.
Bob Hope abandons the buffoon to go straight actor in biopicturing Eddie Foy, song-and-dance man of the vaudeville age.
The Four Feathers ranked high among Alexander Korda's prewar successes and, in this remake of the A.E.W. Mason story, his brother Zoltan assumes some producer credit as well as sharing the…
Controversial pic, considerably trimmed since its Venice Film Festival showing, tells of three smalltime swindlers and some of their exploits in fleecing gullible Romans of their hard-earned coin.
The Long Gray Line is a standout drama on West Point.
Film justly won the 'most human document award' at the 1956 Cannes Film Fest, unveiling a mature film talent in director Satyajit Ray.
Metro digs back into 16th-century France for this yarn about the countess Diane de Breze, who became the most powerful woman at the court of King Henry II. Splendidly caparisonned production-wise…
Lensed on location in Arizona in a modern-day setting, the film concerns the bank robbery planned by a cool trio played by Stephen McNally, Lee Marvin and J. Carrol Naish.
Easily one of the best prisoner-of-war yarns to come from any British studio, The Colditz Story is a taut real-life meller, based on the personal experiences of the author, Pat Reid.
Although this has a few hallucinating bits of terror, the film is primarily a creaky-door type of melodrama [from the novel Celle qui n'etait plus by Pierre Boileau and Thomas Narcejac]. Its macabre…