Joan Blondell and John Wayne star in “Lady for a Night,” a thoroughly uninspired romance from director Leigh Jason.
Based on the hit Broadway play of the same name, “The Man Who Came to Dinner” is a theatrical comedy that takes a humorous and satirical look at Hollywood personalities.
Busby Berkeley’s latest MGM musical with Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland follows the kids as they try to break into show business, much like in their previous hit “Babes in Arms.”
Greta Garbo has followed up her hit 1939 "Ninotchka" with an embarrassingly lesser comedy from director George Cukor and MGM.
Kay Kyser and John Barrymore play themselves in this mediocre comedy from RKO and director David Butler.
“Hellzapoppin’” understands how to do cinematic slapstick better than just about anyone else. It’s not just the funniest movie of 1941, but one of the year’s very best in general.
Ford's new film at Fox is based on the acclaimed 1939 Richard Llewellyn novel of the same name.
Paramount has adapted the Broadway hit “Louisiana Purchase” into a vehicle for Bob Hope directed by Irving Cummings.
After launching their monster series a decade ago with “Dracula” and “Frankenstein,” Universal has now brought a new character into the mix: “The Wolf Man.”
Hitchcock reunites with his "Rebecca" star in this marital thriller co-starring Cary Grant, based on the book by Francis Iles.