Cinema: Current & Choice, Apr. 14, 1947

The Macomber Affair. Hemingway's savage sex war, 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 Gotten and Ethel Barrymore (TIME, April 7).

The Late George Apley. Ronald Colman and other skilled make-believe Bostonians in a pleasant adaptation of J. P. Marquand's satire (TIME, March 31).

My Favorite Brunette. Bob Hope playing a private eye, mostly in the direction of Dorothy Lamour...

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