They Died with Their Boots On is the Custer story, full of action, Indians and anachronisms, with Olivia de Havilland co-starred.
Remember the Day is a warmly human drama depicting the basic American way of life - skillfully assembled to generate exacting audience attention in one of the best examples of well-rounded filmplay…
This is not so much likely to scare audiences as make them a little sick. Production, acting and story, paradoxically, are all of a fairly high order, but it's all too unpleasant.
The Feminine Touch is important through showcasing Rosalind Russell as one of the top film comediennes. She handles the sophisticated material equally as well as the frequent excursions into…
Extended operations of the Gestapo are displayed in this film version of Geoffrey Household's novel, Rogue Male.
Birth of the Blues has everything from melody to comedy, and for the show bunch it's just so much jive history in swingtime. A saga of Basin Street, New Orleans, cradle of the Dixieland jazz idiom…
Story has Fred Astaire as a stager of a musical show for producer Robert Benchley. Latter, in making a pitch for affections of Rita Hayworth, gets in a jam with his wife, and has Astaire get him out…
Alfred Hitchcock's trademarked cinematic development of suspenseful drama, through mental emotions of the story principals, is vividly displayed in Suspicion, a class production [from the novel…
Abbott and Costello continue their zany and familiar antics in nautical garb ashore and aboard a battlewagon [in a story by Arthur T. Horman].
The English legendary werewolf provides basis for another cinematic adventure into the horrific chiller-diller realm. The Wolf Man is a compactly-knit tale of its kind, with good direction and…