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.
Racial tolerance gets a working over in The Lawless, but the producers don't soapbox the message, using it, instead, as a peg on which to produce a hard-hitting drama, equipped with action and fast…
Rape and its effect on the victim and her loved ones set up the melodramatic plot. However, handling of the theme is more interested in the events that transpire afterwards.
More stage play than motion picture, Carl Foreman's screenplay is wisely concerned with letting the Brian Hooker words speak for themselves.