Film version of Rachel Crothers' play, with Joan Crawford in the role played by Gertrude Lawrence on the stage, is smartly cast, deftly directed and elaborately mounted. In contrast to the original…
Chad Hanna is descriptive of early 19th century Americana through the eyes of a roving wagon circus through upper New York state. It's from Walter D. Edmonds' Saturday Evening Post serial, R; Editor…
Much can be said for the treatment in this edition of the Thomas Hughes yarn. While remaining faithful to the spirit of the original, it contrives to vitalize the action and humanize the characters…
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One Million B.C. looks something like A.D.1910; it's that corny. Except for the strange-sounding grunts and monosyllabic dialog, it is also another silent. Hal Roach, who spent a lifetime making…
The story is founded upon an incident of insurrection and bloodshed which took place in and around Regina in 1885, when Canadian troops finally subdued a settlers' discontent and revolt.
This one is a film presentation of the 1939 Liberty magazine serial, I Married a Nazi, a powerful indictment of the Hitlerized regimentation of the German people. The film version is a powerful…
Patrick Hamilton's stageplay Gaslight had considerable London success as a legit vehicle. Excellent direction by Thorold Dickinson retains all the psychological drama of the original in presenting…
Strike Up the Band is Metro's successor to Babes in Arms, with Mickey Rooney, assisted by major trouping on the part of Judy Garland, dominating every minute of the extended running time. Story…
This is another in the extended series of Warners features based on Warden Lewis E. Lawes' 20,000 Years in Sing Sing. It's a routine prison melodrama.
Here is a splendid production, in which much care and attention to detail has gone into the making. Historical biography [from an idea by Norman Burnside] is based on the life of Dr Paul Ehrlich…