Cinema: Current & Choice, Jan. 12, 1948

Good News. Good tunes and June Allyson in a hearty revival of one of the best musicals of the '20s (TIME, Dec. 22).

To Live in Peace. A fine Italian-made film endorsing the Brotherhood of Man (TIME, Dec. 1).

Mourning Becomes Electro. A painfully faithful version of Eugene O'Neill's tragedy of incest; with Rosalind Russell and Michael Redgrave (TIME, Nov. 24).

Gentleman's Agreement. A slick argument against antiSemitism; with Dorothy McGuire and Gregory Peck (TIME, Nov. 17).

Body and Soul. John Garfield and Lilli Palmer in a good prizefight movie (TIME, Oct. 20).


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