Playwright Louis Weitzenkorn's strong argument against the scandal type of tabloid newspaper makes a strong talker.
Gracie Fields doesn't exactly suggest sufficient sympathy to hold the romantic lead, but her eccentric singing and dialect-gagging records well.
This story of the Honolulu detective who solves a murder mystery that baffled Scotland Yard and Europe is well directed and aptly photographed. Cast shows smart selection.
There are enough killings herein to fill the quota for an old time cowboy-Indian thriller. And one tough mugg, in the title part, who is tough all the way from the start, when he's a bum with…
A prison picture but an excellent interpretation of the play of the same name [by Martin Flavin]. Howard Hawks' direction makes everything count, while Walter Huston here probably turns in his best…
An excellent piece of work in taking a legendary meller play and transposing it into a screen drama of strength and charm.
Another gangster story, but written down to the bone and directed for everything it contains.
Wise remarks, a fresh guy and dame stuff. Quick pace and a performance by James Cagney typically Cagney. These give Blonde Crazy a fast start and keep it going most of the way. Finish is weak but not…
Story [from the play by Georges Berr and M. Guillemand] is that of an impecunious painter in love with a girl in the opera ballet. It is fanciful, with no attempt at probability, but is highly…
A good picture, almost entirely by virtue of an inspired performance by a boy, Jackie Cooper. There is none of the usual hammy quality of the average child actor in this kid.
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