Monthly Archives: December 1942
Editor-in-chief Wesley Emblidge picks his top ten films of the year.
Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Fred MacMurray, Ray Milland, Paulette Goddard, Veronica Lake, Alan Ladd, and more appear in Paramount’s all-star variety show.
Sabu returns to the stories of “Arabian Nights” in his first film for Universal and producer Walter Wanger.
Joan Crawford is stuck between John Wayne and Philip Dorn in this glamorized war melodrama from MGM.
The first film of RKO’s new B-horror unit is a unique and unnerving tale from producer Val Lewton and director Jacques Tourneur.
The first film by playwright Noël Coward follows the crew of the HMS Torrin, who reflect back on their lives after their ship is sunk by German bombers.
Anna May Wong, dubbed "the best dressed woman in the world,” made the most of the few opportunities available to her as a Chinese-American...
MGM debuts new child star Margaret O’Brien in this story of children orphaned by the war.
“Mrs. Miniver” star Greer Garson is back with a new melodrama at MGM co-starring Ronald Colman.
The stars of “The Spoilers” are back together for a new film at Universal from director Lewis Seiler.
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