Paramount made a happy choice in deciding to turn out a new version of the adventures of Francois Villon. Ronald Colman's delineation of the adventurous poet-philosopher is excellent, carrying…
Adventures of a newsreel cameraman are the basis for this Clark Gable-Myrna Loy co-starrer. It's a blazing action thriller aimed as a follow-up to same pair's click in Test Pilot (1938). It has…
Impressive scenes of the Alaskan waters, backgrounded by towering glaciers which drop mighty icebergs into the sea, imperiling doughty fishermen and their frail craft, lift Spawn of the North into…
This is good entertainment. A young nurse, Catherine (Margaret Lockwood), has planned to spend an illicit weekend with a man to whom she cannot be married until their financial position improves. Her…
Universal successfully launches Danielle Darrieux, young French star of unusual beauty and charm, in a written-to-order story.
Men with Wings is a giant bomber from the Paramount hangar, designed on a lavish scale by the skilled air picture mechanic, William A. Wellman, and polished off beautifully in Technicolor. The action…
The Amazing Dr Clitterhouse was successful on the London stage and mildly so in New York.
Philip Barry's play, Holiday, in film form was a smash hit in the Depression's depth in 1930. Futility of riches is the topic and Donald Ogden Stewart and Sidney Buchman, who wrote this version, have…
Three Loves Has Nancy is a completely daffy, reasonably entertaining romp by Janet Gaynor, Robert Montgomery, Franchot Tone and a group of familiar supporting players.
There are enough requisites in this English melodrama [from a novel by Winifred Holtby] to excite attention. It is fairly familiar matter - the spoiled child whose father fears she will grow up to be…