Cinema: Current & Choice, Jan. 17, 1949

The Paleface. Bob Hope and Jane Russell wring some horse laughs out of a parody on horse operas (TIME, Dec. 27).

The Snake Pit. Olivia de Havilland, as a schizophrenic, in a realistic story about mental illness (TIME, Dec. 20).

Miss Tatlock's Millions. Sure fun from some questionable subjects; with John Lund and Barry Fitzgerald (TIME, Nov. 22).

Joan of Arc. Ingrid Bergman gives humanity and warmth to a big, expensive, Technicolored pageant (TIME, Nov. 15).

June Bride. Bette Davis laughs, mostly at Robert Montgomery's expert clowning (TIME, Nov. 15).

Symphonie Pastorale. A subtle, emotionally complex French film based on an Andre Gide story; with Michele...

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