Because it has the word 'death' in it, Paramount tested the picture under another title, Strange Holiday, in California. Results showed that the original title meant the most at the box office.
The White Parade is a woman's picture, but also for general appeal. The stern curriculum which goes towards the moulding of the 'white parade', the present-day Florence Nightingales who are dedicated…
Kay Francis is a girl of doubtful past, present and future who eventually casts her lot with an outcast doctor in what an extra reel may have developed as possible reformation for both.
Anne of Green Gables is wholesome, sympathetic, romantic and dramatic, packing many a heart-tug and tear-jerk. It will do much to establish Anne Shirley, who has taken her professional nom-de-screen…
Not a woman in the cast and substantially little as to story, but under the weight of suspense, dialog and competency of direction Lost Patrol tips the scales favorably as entertainment.
With Joan Blondell and James Cagney lending apt cast personalities, director Lloyd Bacon has woven from an original story by Robert Lord a forthright narrative about two pieces of human flotsam.
Announced as an original, this appears to be a blowup of a two-reel comedy, We Faw Down, in which the team was seen three or four years earlier. In the original the comedians used a visit to a…
Heavier on the comedy but lighter on the story than WB's predecessors. There are five song numbers and all amazingly well done. Busby Berkeley pyramids attention in spectacular manner, at times…
A thing of arresting beauty in pictorial and musical conception, The Unfinished Symphony should garner attention from the musically appreciative. Particularly those for whom the melodies of Franz…
Colman King, Maggie Dirrane, and Michael Dillane are the central characters. They are not actors, but natives of the barren, sea-beaten islands off the western coast of Ireland, where this picture…