Cinema, Also Showing Sep. 28, 1942

One of Our Aircraft Is Missing (United Artists) begins with a superb reel that shows a British bomber taking off, crossing the North Sea, bombing Germany, then starting back partly wrecked. At last its crew of six men bail out over Holland. This much of the picture cannot improve on Target for Tonight (TIME, Nov. 3, 1941), which was an unpretentious classic on the same subject, but it makes too good a show to miss. The next hour is a bearable letdown.

When the airmen land in Holland, the film becomes a familiar kind of British melodrama. Their escape to England is...

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