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Bird of Paradise (1932)

Out of Richard Walton Tully’s highly successful old play, “The Bird of Paradise,” King Vidor has produced a languid film with many beautifully photographed scenes.


Road to Bali (1953)

It has been a long time since Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour have


The Stranger (1946)

Orson Welles plainly gets much pleasure out of playing villainous roles, to judge by his choice and performance of bogey-men in the past. And now, in his new


Angel and the Badman (1947)

It is a safe bet that the Society of Friends will appreciate “Angel and the Badman.” And it is certainly safe to wager that John Wayne cherishes his latest horse opera, since

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The Blue Angel (1930)

n a film tragedy titled “The Blue Angel,” which was directed by Josef von Sternberg in Berlin for Ufa, that talented German screen player Emil Jannings, who left