Cinema: Current & Choice, Nov. 4, 1946

Margie. Jeanne Grain, in a pleasant high-school romance, recalls the Charleston, Rudy Vallee and other 1928 nostalgia (TIME, Oct. 28).

The Dark Mirror. Suave whodunit with Olivia de Havilland as good & bad twins and Lew Ayres as a psychiatrist (TIME, Oct. 21).

Blue Skies. A foolish plot, triumphed over by Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire, Technicolor and 28 Irving Berlin songs (TIME, Oct. 14).

The Jolson Story. People who never heard—or never cared for—the Jazz Singer himself love this big, noisy, colorful entertainment (TIME, Oct. 7).

Caesar and Cleopatra. Shaw's wit, elegantly swapped by Vivien Leigh and Claude Rains, amid several million dollars' worth of...

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