Cinema: Current & Choice, Dec. 1, 1947

Mourning Becomes Electro. A lustrous cinemagnification of Eugene O'Neill's magniloquent tragedy of incest; with Rosalind Russell and Michael Redgrave (TIME, Nov. 24).

Gentleman's Agreement. Dorothy McGuire and Gregory Peck in a powerful polemic against anti-Semitism in the U.S. (TIME, Nov. 17).

Man About Town. Maurice Chevalier narrates (in English) René Clair's kindly caricature of early French moviemaking (TIME, Nov. 17).

Body and Soul. John Garfield and Lilli Palmer in an exciting prizefight picture (TIME, Oct. 20).

Fun and Fancy Free. Disney's famous fauna, plus Edgar Bergen and Dinah Shore, put on a show that ranges...

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