Cinema: Current & Choice, Sep. 6, 1948

Mine Own Executioner. Perceptive melodrama, with Burgess Meredith as a preoccupied psychiatrist, and Kieron Moore as the patient that got away (TIME, Aug. 30).

Street With No Name. A skillful, conventional semi-documentary about G-men and young criminals, with Richard Widmark and Mark Stevens (TIME, Aug. 9).

Key Largo. A veteran recovers his self-respect fighting gangsters. Humphrey Bogart, Edward G. Robinson, Lionel Barrymore, Claire Trevor and others do some fine work in Director John Huston's adaptation of a Maxwell Anderson play (TIME, Aug. 2).

Fury at Furnace Creek. A western with Victor Mature, Reginald Gardiner...

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