Cinema: Current & Choice, Apr. 29, 1946

Henry V. Shakespeare and Laurence Olivier create a masterpiece and a new cinema style (TIME, April 8).

Ziegfeld Follies of 1946. Vaudeville, and especially Fred Astaire, prove very much alive (TIME, March 25).

The Sailor Takes a Wife and spends most of the picture finding time for a honeymoon (TIME, March 11).

Open City. Rome under the Nazis (TIME, March 4).

Vacation from Marriage. Robert Donat and Deborah Kerr come back to a more abundant life (TIME, Feb. 18).

Deadline at Dawn. Paul Lukas, Susan Hayward and much Odets about a corpse (TIME, Feb. 18).


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