Production cost ran to about $2 million and every cent of it is evident on the screen. The color, the sets, the expanse and the imaginative quality of the filming are unexcelled. Henry V as a…
This one's a picnic for Abbott & Costello fans, replete with trowelled-on slapstick, corned-up gags and farcical plot.
With the shoeshine boys of Rome's streets as background, this film is a preachment on Italian juvenile delinquency. Producers used real shoeshine boys and the absence of experienced actors works out…
Cinderella Jones has a musical slant, picture going almost musical comedy on several occasions, but doesn't actually need these touches.
Taken from Ernest Hemingway's story of the same title, picture is a hard-hitting example of forthright melodrama in the best Hemingway style.
Make Mine mus ic is a 75-minute Walt Disney treat. You can call it a big short which, technically, is just what it is - 10 items pieced together in one 'musical fantasy' as it is billed - but it…
This isn't the best the Marx Bros have made but it's a pretty funny farce.
Chief credit for this one [based on Richard Henry Dana Jr's novel] belongs to director John Farrow. With the emphasis on action throughout, Farrow keeps his cast thesping to the hilt and achieves…
Brittle Chandler characters have been transferred to the screen with punch by Howard Hawks' production and direction, providing full load of rough, tense action most of the way.
Metro refurbishes the old Libeled Lady script with brilliant color, plenty of fun and assured box-office stars. It all adds up to top-notch entertainment. Accent is on comedy with an occasional song…