Cinema: Current & Choice, Apr. 28, 1947

This Happy Breed. Noel Coward's loving tribute to an English family, with fine performances by Celia Johnson, Robert Newton, Kay Walsh (TIME, April 21).

The Macomber Affair. Hemingway's savage version of the war of the sexes, in which Robert Preston is bested by Joan Bennett, with the aid of Gregory Peck, a lion and several buffaloes (TIME, April 7).

The Farmer's Daughter. Loretta Young, with Swedish accent, gives a few lessons in democracy to Politicos Joseph Cotten and Ethel Barrymore (TIME, April 7).

My Favorite Brunette. Bob Hope playing a private eye, mostly in the direction of Dorothy Lamour (TIME, March 31).


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