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 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…
British International, in making the picture, is understood to have followed closely along the lines of the original film as made by Sudfilm for German consumption. The film has more movement than…
Sidney Franklin has followed the Noel Coward play closely with the addition of a number of interpolated scenes and the changing of the final locale from a Paris apartment to a Swiss chalet. Both…
Story tells of two kids (Sally Eilers and James Dunn) who meet on a Coney Island boat, delve into marriage after a night in his boarding house room and Dorothy (Eilers) is consequently kicked out of…
Very cleverly made and beautifully acted. Unseemly title is hardly flavored enough to come up to the story, which was staged from the novel of the same name by Georges de la Fouchardiere at the…
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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