Bosley Crowther became the film critic for The New York Times in 1940 and was there all the way until 1967. He would write as many as 200 film reviews every year, and wrote five books and two plays over the course of his career.
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Today, Charlie Chaplin’s classic 1925 silent film “The Gold Rush” is back in theaters, but this time it comes updated with a soundtrack that includes narration and sound effects.
Ernst Lubitsch’s new comedy (and Carole Lombard’s final film) takes on a not-so funny subject: Germany’s invasion of Poland.
Working at Columbia instead of Paramount, his usual home, director Mitchell Leisen turns in one of the most underwhelming pictures of his career.
MGM is excited about their new pairing of Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn, but Hepburn is reportedly less than pleased with new changes to the film’s ending.
RKO’s two new European stars, Michèle Morgan and Paul Henreid, tell us all about their journey to America and experiences in Hollywood.
Much like “Citizen Kane,” “The Maltese Falcon” is a movie at risk of being overshadowed by its status as a classic.