Story pits brother against brother to bring to a conclusion its account of a feud between rival cattlemen. Before that finale, tension is kept alive by cattle raids, gun battles and the constant…
The pic is a good workmanlike British thriller, not in the top bracket. Setting for the film is the Paris exhibition of 1889.
MacKinlay Kantor's Sat Eve Post story, Gun Crazy, is a shoot-'em-up story of desperate love and crime.
Bright script and brisk direction conceal the stage origin [from the play by John Dighton]. The story is given a wider canvas and isn't wanting in action. In fact, the pace never lets up and one…
The film recaptures all the essential details of Odette's adventures as a secret agent in France during the last war.
Convict; Editor isn't quite as grim a prison film as the title would indicate. It has several off-beat twists to its development, keeping it from being routine.
Union Station [from a story by Thomas Walsh] is a melodrama that locales its thrills in a big city railway terminal and spins off a tale of kidnapping.
Norman Krasna, as writer-director-producer, does a good job. Film gets a little too cute at times, and has a few dull stretches, but neither happens often enough to be serious.
Pic is an avant-garde treatment of an enticing psychological subject. Treatment is unorthodox, full of symbolism, and deals with the strange inner world of a strongly attached brother and sister…
20th-Fox has made an interesting, if somewhat long, film version of Ira Wolfert's [novel] American Guerrilla in thephilippines. A story of the Second World War in the Pacific, from the spring of 1942…