Appointment for Love is a neatly constructed piece of bright entertainment. Producer Bruce Manning, who also collaborated on the script with Felix Jackson [from an original by Ladislas Bus-Fekete]…
In essence, Underground is merely another violent attack on the barbarism of Nazism, with elements of the chase, minor romance and a gleam of hope at the finale. It has the urgency of an overpowering…
Warners dips into the Gay Nineties period with this second film version of James Hagan's play, One Sunday Afternoon. Paramount turned out the original picture back in 1933 with Gary Cooper starred.
High Sierra is something of a throwback to the gangster pictures of the prohibition era; purely and simply an action story that's partially salvaged by the fine performances of Humphrey Bogart and…
Determined to be faithful until it hurts, Metro virtually transplanted the stage of the Shubert theatre (N.Y.) to the Coast, turned a camera on "The Philadelphia Story" and let go. Result--up to a…
Walt Disney, who is never further back in the film parade than the front line, presents a new and novel treatment of animated cartoons in a group of illustrated classical musical compositions, under…
'Rebecca' is an artistic success whose b.o. lure will be limited. Picture is noteworthy in its literal translation of Daphne du Maurier's novel to the screen, presenting all of the sombreness and…
It took courage, a pile of money and John Ford to film the story of the dust bowl and the tribulations of its unhappy survivors, who sought refuge in inhospitable California. Picture is "The Grapes…
Elaborating on the basic premise of Robert Sherwood's play, and doing a slick job of cleansing to conform to present regulations of the Hays code, this is a persuasive and compelling romantic tragedy.
This is a thrilling saga of hard bitten US army officers' fight to wipe out John Brown's marauding crew of Kansas abolition days.