Cinema: Current & Choice, Jul. 8, 1946

The Searching Wind. Robert Young and Sylvia Sidney in Lillian Hellman's angry film sermon against umbrella-carrying diplomats (TIME, July 1).

Anna and the King of Siam. Lively period piece. Irene Dunne and Rex Harrison prove that boy-gets-girl isn't the only kind of movie fun (TIME, June 24).

The Stranger. Orson Welles directs and stars in a conspiracy to scare the daylights out of folks (TIME, June 17).

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

Henry V. Laurence Olivier's beautiful production of Shakespeare's play (TIME, April 8).

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