French director Julien Duvivier brings the anthology film back with stars including Henry Fonda, Rita Hayworth, Charles Laughton, Ginger Rogers, and more.
Basil Rathbone is back as Sherlock Holmes, now living at Universal with a lower budget and updated modern-day setting.
“Ball of Fire” and “Ninotchka” writer Billy Wilder makes his Hollywood directorial debut with a charming new comedy starring Ginger Rogers and Ray Milland.
John Ford documents the Japanese defeat at Midway Atoll in this Technicolor short film.
Director John Huston rebounds after the awful “In This Our Life” with a fun spy thriller reuniting him with stars Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor, and Sydney Greenstreet.
The recent battle against the Japanese at Wake Island is brought to the screen in John Farrow’s new film for Paramount.
Monty Woolley stars in this wartime drama from director Irving Pichel and Fox.
Walt Disney’s new animated feature is a lovely little tale of life in the forest, and one that goes to darker places than audiences may expect.
Jean Arthur is stuck between Cary Grant and Ronald Colman in George Stevens’ new comedy for Columbia.
RKO’s new drama from Damon Runyon is one of the more unpleasant and depressing pictures of the year.