Cinema: Current & Choice, May 27, 1946

A Night in Casablanca. The maniacal humor of the Marx Brothers, uneven but more than adequate (TIME, May 20).

Cluny Brown. Ernst Lubitsch puts Jennifer Jones, Charles Boyer and an excellent cast through the hoops of British snobbery (TIME, May 20).

The Blue Dahlia. Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake in Raymond Chandler's melodrama, tight as a drumhead (TIME, May 13).

Toscanini: Hymn of the Nations. Film debut of one of the greatest living artists (TIME, April 8).

Ziegfeld Follies of 1946. Practically everything is here—notably Fred Astaire (TIME, March 25).

Open City. Fierce, fine picture of life in Rome under the Nazis (TIME, March 4).


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