Let's Make It Legal is a frothy comedy package about a middle-aged couple's divorce and their eventual reconciliation. Gags and mildly amusing situations abound in the script [from a story by…
Exploits of the Postal Inspection Service furnish Alan Ladd with a good cops-and- robbers actioner. Film deals with government detectives tracking down the killers of a fellow postal inspector and…
This is a curiously moody, arty study of the psychological birth of a fighting man from frightened boy, as chronicled in Stephen Crane's novel The Red Badge of Courage.
Show Boat started beguiling audiences back in 1927, when it was first brought to the Broadway stage after a Philadelphia tryout. Since then, in many legit versions and in two previous film…
Suspense elements in a situation that has a would-be suicide swaying precariously on a high window ledge are fully realized in Fourteen Hours. Story [by Joel Sayre] is based on an actual suicide case…
With The Lavender Hill Mob, Ealing clicks with another comedy winner.
Danny Kaye is an American entertainer working the Riviera with his French girlfriend (Corinne Calvet). When he realizes his striking resemblance to a French aviation hero, he creates a new number to…
The vise-like grip with which Death of a Salesman held Broadway theatregoers for almost two years continues undiminished in Stanley Kramer's production of the film version. Arthur Miller's Pulitzer…
Top honors for this inter-planetary fantasy rest with the cameramen and special effects technicians rather than with performances of the non-name cast. Process photography and optical illusions are…
John Barrymore Jr is the star of this story, ineptly scripted by Stanley Ellin and Joseph Losey from Ellin's novel, Dreadful Summit. Losey's direction pars the writing and the playing is in keeping.