Articles about: Universal
Sabu returns to the stories of “Arabian Nights” in his first film for Universal and producer Walter Wanger.
The stars of “The Spoilers” are back together for a new film at Universal from director Lewis Seiler.
The latest Abbott and Costello film finds the comedy duo investigating a murder at a local radio station.
The least interesting of the Universal Monster franchises returns, with Lon Chaney Jr. taking over the title role.
Basil Rathbone is back as Sherlock Holmes, now living at Universal with a lower budget and updated modern-day setting.
The best Abbott and Costello picture to date comes from Erle C. Kenton, replacing longtime director Arthur Lubin.
The latest entry in Universal’s Invisible Man franchise goes behind enemy lines to uncover a secret Nazi attack against America.
Irene Dunne leads a particularly rancid new Universal comedy from director Gregory La Cava.
A wildly entertaining fourth adaptation of Rex Beach’s novel “The Spoilers” delivers plenty of action, and a great ensemble cast.
Through the lens of his “The 39 Steps,” Alfred Hitchcock takes on America in “Saboteur,” his first film at Universal.
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