Strictly offbeat subject matter centers around a weird, outlandish interplanetary space-hopper (see title) which descends upon earth in what's referred to as a flying saucer.
Preston Sturges' by-now venerable legit comedy comes to the screen as an amusing celluloid treatment of the loves and life of a romantic opera star back in the speakeasy days. There is still life…
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Mirth-sparkers are Groucho Marx, Marie Wilson and William Bendix, and the zany plot is nicely paced to keep it on an okay fun level.
The plot is a variation of an old theme, but it comes out with a nice fresh coat of paint. A young research scientist invents a cloth that is everlasting and dirt resisting. The textile industry sees…
An excellent coating of intrigue and action against an Oriental background provides Peking Express with enough thriller melodramatics to satisfy action-minded audiences.
William Wyler has polished the legit hit by Pulitzer-prizewinner Sidney Kingsley into a cinematic gem. Scripters have stuck almost to the letter of the original play. Even the location seldom changes…
Screenplay, based on a story by Harry Bates, tells of an invasion of the earth by a single spaceship from an unidentified planet in outer space. Ship has two occupants, an eight-foot robot, and an…
Mounted in gorgeous Technicolor, and displaying the song-and-dance talents of co-stars Doris Day and Gene Nelson, Lullaby of Broadway has a solid comedy story line, deft direction and a capable cast.
Richard Walton Tully's old legit piece, Bird of Paradise, makes another trip to the screen in a refurbished version. Previous filming of the play was in 1932 and, while Delmer Daves' version deviates…