Cinema: Current & Choice, Sep. 20, 1948

Rope. Alfred Hitchcock's blood-freezer about two bright young men who murder for fun; with John Ball, Farley Granger and James Stewart (TIME, Sept. 13).

The Loves of Carmen. It isn't art and it isn't Bizet, but it is Rita Hayworth in Technicolor (TIME, Sept. 6).

Mine Own Executioner. Perceptive melodrama, with Burgess Meredith as a preoccupied psychiatrist, and Kieron Moore as the patient that got away (TIME, Aug. 30).

That Lady in Ermine. The late Ernst Lubitsch's easygoing Graustarkian spoof, with Betty Grable, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Technicolor and music (TIME, Aug. 23).

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