This Marlene Dietrich starrer is a very thin and familiar tale of the romantic interludes of a lady of dubious reputation a century ago. Picture misses its apparent mark of being a smartly…
Extended operations of the Gestapo are displayed in this film version of Geoffrey Household's novel, Rogue Male.
Picture is a combo of slick scripting, fast-paced direction and excellent performances. Richard Flournoy provides plenty of laugh embellishment to the original story by Horace Jackson and Grant…
The attempt to balance three parallel dramas of the lives of three Ziegfeld showgirls makes for continual switching from one tale to the other. Interpolation of two extended displays of Ziegfeldian…
Too bad that this picture's story does not match its excellent cast. Another of the hillbilly dramas, Swamp Water is an unflattering reflection upon Dudley Nichols' usually facile pen. The scenarist…
Abbott and Costello continue their zany and familiar antics in nautical garb ashore and aboard a battlewagon [in a story by Arthur T. Horman].
Third writer-director effort of Preston Sturges [from a story by Monckton Hoffe] is laugh entertainment of top proportions with its combo of slick situations, spontaneous dialog and a few slapstick…
This is an actionful adventure yarn [based on a story by John Kafka] unfolded in a Far East setting.
Remember the Day is a warmly human drama depicting the basic American way of life - skillfully assembled to generate exacting audience attention in one of the best examples of well-rounded filmplay…
In the evident striving to make Jekyll a 'big' film, by elaborating the theme and introducing new characters and situations, some of the finer psychological points are dulled. John Lee Mahin's…