THE RIGHT TO LIVE (1935)

Warner Brothers takes a dip into the non-gangster market with director William Keighley. He may have seen this as an assignment to get over and done with.  Keightley would work with James Cagney many times and  be in the director's chair for  co direction credit  in THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD (1938). THE RIGHT TO... Continue Reading →

NO GREATER GLORY (1934)

Allegory themes tend to be a hit and miss proposition.  A lovely example is  STRANGE CARGO (1940) with one of Clark Gable's best on camera moments of life  and the hereafter. Clarence Brown's THE  HUMAN COMEDY (1943) with Mickey Rooney is another.  The  picture was  originally written by esteemed playwrite William Saroyan, based on his... Continue Reading →

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