Plot of the Martha Albrand novel gets its title from Alan Ladd's OSS work in Italy during the war. Action opens during that period to establish principal characters and then deals with Ladd's return…
The success of Quartet, in which four unrelated Somerset Maugham short stories were strung together in a single picture, encouraged the producers to repeat the formula.
Tension lives up to its title. It's a tight, tersely stated melodrama that holds the attention.
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King Solomon's Mines has been filmed against an authentic African background, lending an extremely realistic air to the H. Rider Haggard classic novel of a dangerous safari and discovery of a…
The soap opera plotting has been polished to considerable extent, the playing by the femme cast members is topnotch and the direction aids them, but it is still a true confession type of yarn…
This unusual picture experience, so beautifully handled in the understanding writing, direction and playing, was suggested by George Sumner Albee's story of what happened to the peoples of the world…
Rio Grande is filmed outdoor action [based on a SatEvePost story by James Warner Bellah] at its best, delivered in the John Ford manner.
A grim, relentless story, considerably offbeat, gives some distinction to ed ge of Doom. It is played to the hilt by a good cast and directed with impact by Mark Robson.
The Flame and the Arrow is a romantic costume drama geared to attract action audiences. Setting is medieval Italy with a Robin Hood plot of how injustice is put down under the daring leadership of a…
Never a Dull Moment doesn't always live up to its title in telling the story of a smooth femme songwriter who falls in love with a western rancher and goes to his impoverished acreage to make a home…