Articles about: United Artists
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.
The new comedy from French director René Clair finds Veronica Lake as a vengeful witch determined to torture Fredric March by making him fall in love with her.
The new film from the creators of “49th Parallel” reverses the story; this time six British airmen find themselves stranded in Nazi-occupied Holland.
George Sanders stars as the selfish misogynistic genius painter Charles Strickland in this adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham’s novel.
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.
Rudyard Kipling’s stories of Mowgli are adapted into Technicolor by “The Thief of Baghdad” producer Alexander Korda.
Ernst Lubitsch’s new comedy (and Carole Lombard’s final film) takes on a not-so funny subject: Germany’s invasion of Poland.
Carole Lombard, the star of “My Man Godfrey,” “Twentieth Century,” and “To Be or Not to Be,” died in a plane crash alongside 21 other passengers on the night of Friday, January 16.
Josef von Sternberg brings John Colton’s controversial play “The Shanghai Gesture” to the big screen in the first American production by producer Arnold Pressburger.