David O. Selznick devised unique production values for this Alfred Hitchcock-directed version of a psychological mystery novel [The House of Dr ed wardes, written by Hilary St George Saunders].
Hangover Square is eerie murder melodrama of the London gaslight era - typical of Patrick Hamilton yarns, of which this is another. And it doesn't make any pretense at mystery. The madman-murderer is…
A Royal Scandal is a highly hilarious comedy with superb performances by Tallulah Bankhead and Charles Coburn, in particular, and the wit of the original play by Lajos Biro and Melchior Lengyel.
Walt Disney in The Three Caballeros reveals a new form of cinematic entertainment wherein he blends live action with animation into a socko feature production.
Yarn [from an original story by Alvah Bessie] deals with a paratroop contingent dropped behind the Japanese lines in Burma to destroy a radar station. The chutists achieve their objective but while…
Conflict is a convincing study of a murderer driven to revealing his crime by psychological trickery. A tight mood is sustained by direction and playing, holding interest in the events despite some…
In his first independent production, Bing Crosby comes out with both fists swinging through a dramatization of the life of boxer John L. Sullivan.
Except for the wider range of the camera, Junior Miss sticks to the play faithfully. The same set of animated young maniacs that made life at times miserable but never uninteresting for their parents…
Bed side Manner is a well-contrived, streamlined comedy of the overworked medico profession in wartimes. At least that is the clothesrack on which is strung a ludicrous romance between a femme doctor…
The origin of Waldorf in Grand Hotel is apparent from the start. In fact, with tongue-in-cheek one of the characters reprises a scene from the play based on the Vicki Baum novel, and Ginger Rogers…