Movies directed by Irving Reis
Footlight Fever (1941)
69 mins Comedy
Whilst sequels certainly appear to be more prevalent these days they certainly are not a new idea and go back to the 1930s and 1940s and you will find a few. "Footlight Fever" is technically a sequel to "Curtain Call" as we h...
The Gay Falcon (1941)
67 mins Crime, Drama, Mystery
It is said that RKO started making "The Falcon" movies because Leslie Charteris, author of "The Saint" stories, had become such a nuisance over their adaptation in to movies that they had enough. I don't know how much truth t...
The Big Street (1942)
88 mins Comedy, Drama, Romance
It is said that Lucille Ball was upset that her performance in "The Big Street" was over looked when it came to the Oscars, but I know why. The reason why is that whilst Ball's delivers some sharp dialogue, humour and emotion...
The Falcon Takes Over (1942)
65 mins Crime, Mystery, Thriller
With the camera aimed upwards Ward Bond as Moose Malloy is an imposing sight to open "The Falcon Takes Over" with and with Bond giving him a direct, brutish manner this is not someone you would want to get on the wrong side o...
93 mins Crime, Drama
Crack-Up (1946) Pat O'Brien stars as the art curator who finds himself being made to think he is cracking up when he believes he was involved in a train wreck...
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (1947)
95 mins Comedy, Romance
"The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer" which is also known as "Bachelor Knight" is another one of those vintage screwball comedies which stars Cary Grant. Now that alone normally means that this will be a lot of fun but "The Bach...
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