Cinema: Current & Choice, Jun. 20, 1949

The Window. Bobby Driscoll in a hair-raising chase through Manhattan slums (TIME, May 23).

Home of the Brave. An outspoken anti-prejudice film about the crackup of a Negro G.I. (TIME, May 9).

The Wizard of Oz. Reissue of a classic piece of Technicolored movie enchantment (TIME, May 9).

We Were Strangers. John Garfield and Jennifer Jones as two heroic cogs in a Cuban revolution, as staged by Director John Huston (TIME, May 2).

The Barkleys of Broadway. Expert hoofing and whirling by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers (TIME, April 25).

The Set-Up. The rotten underside of the fight racket; with Robert Ryan on the receiving end...

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