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…
A tight suspense show is offered in "Rear Window," one of Alfred Hitchcock's better thrillers. James Stewart's established star value, plus the newer potentiality of Grace Kelly, currently getting a…
Recent longshore labor scandals serve as the takeoff point for a flight into fictionalized violence concerning the terroristic rule of a dock union over its coarse and rough, but subdued, members…
Inspired by Ronald Searle's British cartoons about the little horrors of a girls' school, The Belles of St. Trinian's makes an excellent start but never lives up to the promise of the opening reel.
A good brand of action escapism is offered in Green Fire. Its story of emerald mining and romantic adventuring in South America is decorated with the names of Stewart Granger, Grace Kelly and Paul…
Jacques Becker, who did such a fine job in painting the turn-of-the-century apache milieu in Casque D'Or, brings the same care and psychological overtones to a film on the modern racketeer element.