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Review: 'High Wall'

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High Wall [based on a play by Alan R. Clark and Bradbury Foote] garners a high score as a strong entry in the psycho-melodrama cycle. Unfolded credibly and with almost clinical attention for detail…

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Review: 'The Red House'

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The Red House is an interesting psychological thriller [based on the novel by George Agnew Chamberlain], with its mood satisfactorily sustained throughout the pic. Film, however, has too slow a pace…

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Review: 'Possessed'

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Joan Crawford cops all thesping honors in this production with a virtuoso performance as a frustrated woman ridden into madness by a guilt-obsessed mind. Actress has a self-assurance that permits her…

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Review: 'Unconquered'

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Cecil B. DeMille's Unconquered is a $4 million Technicolor spectacle; it's a pre-Revolutionary western with plenty of Injun stuff which, for all the vacuousness and shortcomings, has its gripping…

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Review: 'T-Men'

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Producer Edward Small has taken a closed case out of the Treasury Dept files, reenacted it in documentary fashion, and the result is T-Men - an entertaining action film. March-of-Time technique in…

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