Director Garson Kanin cleverly steers his tale through a series of spontaneous episodes - taking advantage of every laugh opportunity - to deliver a surprise finish. Original story and screenplay by…
Much of the farcical flavor which characterized the earlier Thin Man films is reclaimed in the new picture. On the sentimental side, William Powell and Myrna Loy get a great deal of fun from their…
What will please the book-readers - and probably the non-readers as well - is the faithfulness with which King Vidor and Elizabeth Hill have transferred the John P. Marquand novel to the screen.
The Great Lie is a sophisticated drama providing Bette Davis with opportunity for continued display of her tragic emotionalisms.
Picture tells the story of the rehabilitation of a tramp ex-baseball player who assents to the role of a puppet social reformer in the hands of a young woman columnist on a metropolitan newspaper.
Geared at a zippy pace, and providing lusty and enthusiastic comedy of the broadest slapstick, Buck Privates is a hilarious laugh concoction.
Alexander Korda dips into the files of British history for this biographical drama of Lady Hamilton and her amorous affair with naval hero Lord Nelson.
Kipps has little of the accepted film style. Paucity of dramatics and action is obvious to point of occasional ennui; yet, withal, there's a certain piquant freshness in the plain tale of an…
This is an important and effective propaganda film. Picture started in April 1940 and took 18 months to complete. The British Government invested over $100,000 in the venture.
Tobacco Road as a motion picture falls far short of its promises. The sensational pulling elements of the 1933 play by Jack Kirkland from Erskine Caldwell's saga - the dialog and the low-life manners…