Cinema: Current & Choice, Sep. 22, 1947

Kiss of Death. A hard, cold yarn about a burglar who turns stool pigeon, with Victor Mature, Richard Widmark, and vivid real-life settings (TIME, Sept. 15).

I Know Where I'm Going. Wendy Hiller, Roger Livesey and a couple of Scotland's lovely Western Isles collaborate in a charming romantic comedy (TIME, Sept. 15).

Shoeshine. A beautiful and tragic film about two Roman street boys (TIME, Sept. 8).

Life with Father. The stage hit sumptuously done up into solid, rather stoutish Technicolor entertainment with William Powell as Father and Irene Dunne as Mother (TIME, Aug. 25)....

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