Where some of the Gold Digger annuals from Warner have not been overburdened with heavy story material, the current musical opus gets moving with the advantage of a trim backstage yarn taken from…
A comedy of steady tempo and deepening laughter. Irene Dunne takes the hurdle into comedy with versatile grace.
Strong impression left by the Jeanette MacDonald-Nelson Eddy twain in Naughty Marietta (1935) is surpassed in Rose-Marie, Metro's operatic western. Sturdy stage libretto by Otto Harbach and Oscar…
This is a fast, smooth-working action picture. Story formula is along usual lines, with news events liberally sprinkled throughout. Martin Mooney, a New York reporter who got himself some front-page…
Picture is primarily Lionel Barrymore's, and not particularly because the character of Andrew Jackson he portrays calls for it. His tenderness towards his backwoods wife, his rough-and-ready fighting…
Most audiences won't understand a great deal of the scientific background or import, and a great portion won't care. Try as hard as the producers could, they haven't avoided some dull stretches of…
Many and varied gags, majority of which land, combine with a set of good songs and individual performances to make this good entertainment. Picture doesn't look the cost of previous Cantor starrers…
Go West, Young Man is from the stage comedy hit, Personal Appearance [by Lawrence Riley]. Mae West, in her own way, is excellent in the role Gladys George created on the stage.
Those with a yen for shockers will get limited satisfaction from the story that has been wrapped around Boris Karloff's initial stalking piece under the Warner banner.
Romeo and Juliet is a faithful and not too imaginative translation to the screen of the William Shakespeare play.