Cinema, Also Showing Feb. 16, 1948

Sleep, My Love (Triangle; United Artists) is a rather fishy thriller about a sleek fiend (Don Ameche) who enlists the help of a fake psychiatrist (George Coulouris) to drive his wife (Claudette Colbert) to insanity and/or suicide. Claudette is rich and Ameche is crazy for a gold digger (Hazel Brooks). An eligible Bostonian (Robert Cummings) traps the villains after some narrow squeaks.

The story scarcely matters except as an excuse for some scare scenes, which are pretty well filmed, and some scare characters, who are amusingly played. George Coulouris uses his trapezoidal shoulders effectively. Hazel Brooks, as a prettied-up version of the...

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