Cinema: Current & Choice, Jun. 17, 1946

Without Reservations. Claudette Colbert knowingly giggles her way through a fast-paced screwball farce (TIME, June 3).

A Night in Casablanca. Even below top form, the maniacal Marx Brothers are funnier than most (TIME, May 20).

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

The Blue Dahlia. Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake in a hardboiled, pate-cracking thriller by Raymond Chandler (TIME, May 13).

Toscanini: Hymn of the Nations. Film debut of a great artist (TIME, April 29).

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

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