A political satire holding a full share of laughs, it's about the first of its type for the screen, certainly as to the musical comedy vein. A lot of smart stuff packed into this footage including a…
I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang is a picture with guts. It grips with its stark realism and packs lots of punch.
An hour's entertainment for the boys in the now established golden hearted hoodlum manner of James Cagney.
Stage play [by H. M. Harwood and Robert Gore-Brown] has been put on the screen with beautiful balance of directness and simplicity. Treatment leans heavily to the British ideal of maintaining a calm…
Seventy minutes of slapstick is a tall order for Laurel & Hardy and they hardly fill it. It's one of those hokum war farces with the numbskull L&H jazzing up the army as hapless rookies.
Picture marks the first release of Dorothy Wilson, the stenographer in the Radio coast studio offices who was skyrocketed from her typewriter into semi-stardom.
Nonsensical slapstick story derived somehow from Frederick Lonsdale's Her Cardboard Lover. There is some comedy of merit in this flimsy scenario, stretched from a natural two-reel length to fill a…
The madcap Marxes, in one of their maddest screen frolics. The premise of Groucho Marx as the college prexy and his three aides and abettors putting Huxley College on the grid-iron map promises much…
A jungle and stunt picture, done in deluxe style, with tricky handling of fantastic atmosphere, and a fine, artless performance by the Olympic athlete that represents the absolute best that could be…
Earl Derr Biggers' magazine and novel yarns on the subject provide the structure for this chapter, like the others. Biggers also provided the constant philosophical sayings which are delivered…
It's a 100% credit to all concerned, principally Ernst Lubitsch on his production and direction, which required no little courage to carry out the continuity idea. The unorthodoxy concerns Maurice…