Magnificent Yankee is a fine translation to the screen of Emmet Lavery's Broadway play based on the life of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes.
This is an above-average chase meller. Tightly scripted and directed, it concerns the successful attempts to capture a couple of criminals, who are germ carriers, in order to prevent a plague and…
D.O.A. poses the novel twist of having a man looking for his own murderer. That off-beat idea and a strong performance by Edmond O'Brien do a lot to hold it together. But script is difficult to…
Story, by Ben Hecht [adapted by Victor Trivas, Frank P. Rosenberg and Robert E. Kent from the novel Night City by William Stuart], unwinds with a maximum of suspense and swiftly-paced action and is…
The Capture is an offbeat drama, with psychological overtones, that plays off against the raw and rugged background of Mexican locales.
Yarn is a parody of the Chicago gangster era, circa 1928. Without stopping for plausibility, it races through a series of screwball situations.
The bright, biting comedy of the Garson Kanin legit hit adapts easily to film.
Magnificent scenic Swiss backgrounds and a gripping yarn are welded together in The White Tower for a powerful emotional impact. Out of James Ramsey Ullman's novel, scripter Paul Jarring has…
Storm Warning weaves a hard-hitting plot around violence, murder and the Ku Klux Klan.
Harvey, Mary Chase's Pulitzer Prize play, loses little of its whimsical comedy charm in the screen translation.