Cinema: Current & Choice, Sep. 26, 1949

Jolson Sings Again. Zestful sequel to the film biography of mammy's favorite son; with Larry Parks and Jolson's voice (TIME, Sept. 5).

Madame Bovary. Jennifer Jones in a faithful portrayal of Flaubert's unfaithful French provincial lady (TIME, Aug. 15).

Lost Boundaries. A true story, movingly enacted, of Negroes who "pass" as whites (TIME, July 4).

Sorrowful Jones. The boozy sentiment of Damon Runyon's Broadway, spiked with Bob Hope gags (TIME, June 27).

The Window. A boy's-eye view of murder in a Manhattan tenement, with Bobby Driscoll (TIME, May 23).

Home of the Brave. A tight little war film that preaches against anti-Negro prejudice (TIME, May 9).


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