Cinema: Current & Choice, Apr. 12, 1948

I Remember Mama. Domestic comedy and pathos, richly presented by George Stevens; with Irene Dunne, Oscar Homolka, Barbara Bel Geddes and a good supporting cast (TIME, April 5).

The Search. A mild but touching picture, made in Occupied Germany, about a refugee child and his mother (TIME, March 29).

Sitting Pretty. Clifton Webb is waspishly amusing as the world's most versatile baby-sitter (TIME, March 29).

The Naked City. The late Mark Bellinger's big, bright portrait of New York, with Barry Fitzgerald and the homicide squad in the foreground (TIME, March 22).

Farrebique. An ordinary year...

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