Arthur Schnitzler's play is the simple little story of two lieutenants picking up two sweet little Vienna girls. With the elder and more experienced couple it's just a gay, harmless love affair; with…
Strictly a formula story of the Royal Flying Corps by the man who wrote Wings [John Monk Saunders] with a laboriously dragged in romantic bit. Nothing much new in the matter of plot, the same old…
Footlight Parade is not as good as 42nd Street and Gold Diggers but the three socko numbers here eclipse some of the preceding Busby Berkeley staging for spectacle.
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Comedy high spots and moments of exotic beauty in production retrieve a sometimes ineffective Eddie Cantor vehicle. Subject matter is the hokiest kind of hoke.
This sequel to the silent picture and the novel, which both had enormous successes more than 12 years earlier, certainly shows the influence of American mystery pictures. The story is very…
This James Cagney picture has the treat-'em-rough star drag his girl friend by the hair across the room, pitch her, emphatically through the door, climaxing with an enthusiastic sample of booting…
Two old Bowery characters, Steve Brodie and Chuck Connors, have been dramatized to a point where the only thing that's recognizable from the record books about them are the jump from Brooklyn Bridge…
Play [by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber] was fine drama on the stage and has been translated to the screen in workmanlike manner, changes mostly being in the interest of condensation. For this…
Chief fault with Christina is its lethargy. It is slow and ofttimes stilted. This is perhaps good cinematic motivation to establish the contrast between the queen, who has been reared as a boy to…
This is the sequel to and wash-up of the King Kong theme, consisting of salvaged remnants from the original production and rating as fair entertainment.