Cinema: Current & Choice, Aug. 9, 1948

Key Largo. A veteran recovers his manhood fighting gangsters. Bogart, Robinson, Barrymore, Trevor, Bacall and others do fine work in John Huston's cinematically impressive adaptation of a Maxwell Anderson play (TIME, Aug. 2).

The Emperor Waltz. Love in Old Vienna, as agreeably experienced by Bing Crosby, Joan Fontaine and a couple of dogs, with Emperor Franz Josef as referee (TIME, July 19).

Fury at Furnace Creek. Victor Mature and Reginald Gardiner in a well-made western (TIME, July 5).

The Time of Your Life. William Saroyan's best-of-possible barrooms, boozily abuzz with whimsoid barflies, attractively impersonated...

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