Monthly Archives: July 1942
The latest entry in Universal’s Invisible Man franchise goes behind enemy lines to uncover a secret Nazi attack against America.
Tyrone Power and Joan Fontaine star as English lovers during the war in Fox’s adaptation of Eric Knight’s novel.
An amnesic William Powell is convinced he lived a life as a criminal in MGM’s “Crossroads.”
George Cukor’s latest misfire for MGM finds Norma Shearer in a love triangle between Robert Taylor and George Sanders.
Gary Cooper brings the story of famous baseball player Lou Gehrig to life in Sam Wood’s new film for producer Samuel Goldwyn.
The “Citizen Kane” director returns with a similarly ambitious follow-up, starring Tim Holt, Agnes Moorehead, and Joseph Cotten.
The latest MGM vehicle for Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy is a low point for the musical duo.
Ray Milland and Betty Field play a toxic married couple in Norman Taurog’s desolate Paramount comedy.
Henry Fonda stars in Fox’s riff on “Mr. Deed Goes to Town,” with Don Ameche, Lynn Bari, and Edward Everett Horton.