Cinema: Current & Choice, Dec. 23, 1946

The Best Years of Our Lives. Hollywood's best movie, to date, on the postwar world. Fredric March, Dana Andrews, Myrna Loy, Teresa Wright and Harold Russell in Director William Wyler's moving, honest, highly polished Goldwyn production (TIME, Nov. 25).

Les Enfants du Paradis. Three hours of sharp, cynically witty scenes add up to a refreshingly aimless, very French film made during the occupation (TIME, Nov. 25).

Song of the South. Walt Disney's version of Uncle Remus: a Technicolored, technically dazzling mixture of good cartooning and so-so live action (TIME, Nov. 18).

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