In Canary Bob Hope carries a straight dramatic characterization, with comedy quips and situations dropping into the plot naturally to accentuate the laughs.
In 1937 Walt Disney released the first feature-length cartoon, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Its novelty, production excellence and entertainment factors rolled up terrific grosses for all…
Setting the 15th-century torture devices in the London Tower amid the court intrigue of that period, Tower of London emerges as a spine-chiller with accent on gruesomeness of the several deaths…
Selection of Ernst Lubitsch to pilot Garbo in her first light performance in pictures proves a bull's-eye.
In attempting to delve into the psychopathic reasons why a criminal carries a killer complex, Blind Alley holds moderate interest [Pic is based on a play by James Warwick].
A strong hit on Broadway, "You Can't Take It With You" is also a big hit on film. It is still playing in legit form. the New York Music Hall engagement of the George S. Kaufman-Moss Hart comedy being…
This harum-scarum farce comedy is Katharine Hepburn's first of this type. Opposite her is Cary Grant, who is perfectly at home as a farceur after his work in "The Awful Truth." Picture is moulded…
Moto wriggles through another mass of Oriental-Occidental intrigue in the Far East for the second [from a story by John P. Marquand] of 20th-Fox's rival series to the well-established Charlie Chans…
The story of Father Flanagan's struggle to make a successful boy's home and then an entire community near Omaha, Neb, is the motivating theme throughout. Producers shrewdly have not made it entirely…
This is a beautiful and deeply touching picture, skilfully adapted from I.A.R. Wylie's poignant magazine story.
This time Mr Moto (Peter Lorre) of the oily tongue and suave detection traps a gang of international murderers under circumstances that even baffles a beleaguered Scotland Yard. He's a one-man…