Cinema: Current & Choice, Feb. 24, 1947

The Red House. A better-than-average thriller with Edward G. Robinson and some attractive young newcomers (TIME, Feb. 17).

Man's Hope. Not "entertainment," but a fine, grim film about the Spanish Civil War (TIME, Feb. 3).

The Yearling. Gregory Peck and Jane Wyman in a rather glossy Technicolored version of the Rawlings novel about poor folks (TIME, Jan. 13).

It's a Wonderful Life. Home from war, Hollywood Veterans James Stewart and Frank Capra bring off a flamboyant, sentimental fable (TIME, Dec.23).

The Best Years of Our Lives. Director William Wyler's concert on the heartstrings, eloquently performed by Fredric March, Dana Andrews, Myrna Loy and Teresa Wright...

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