Monthly Archives: June 1942
Fox and Henry Hathaway tell the story of the first class of graduates from the West Point Military Academy.
Irene Dunne leads a particularly rancid new Universal comedy from director Gregory La Cava.
Humphrey Bogart elevates this average crime picture from Warner Brothers.
A tired stab at screwball comedy, “They All Kissed the Bride” is one of the year’s worst films, despite the promising cast and director.
A shoddy production from PRC and Joseph H. Lewis, “Bombs Over Burma” has little worth a recommendation, aside from star Anna May Wong.
William Wyler’s new film for MGM is a timely testament to London with an outstanding lead performance from Greer Garson.