Cinema: Current & Choice, Jun. 6, 1949

The Window. A sinister little game of hide-&-seek, with Bobby Driscoll (TIME, May 23).

Home of the Brave. Hollywood's first crack at anti-Negro discrimination, delivered with the courage of its convictions (TIME, May 9).

The Wizard of Oz. A happily inspired reissue of the ten-year-old classic, with Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley and Bert Lahr (TIME, May 9).

We Were Strangers. Director John Huston's fling at a Cuban revolution; a better-than-average melodrama, but grade B Huston, with John Garfield and Jennifer Jones (TIME, May 2).

Mr. Belvedere Goes to College. Clifton Webb resumes his supercilious career as an all-round genius (TIME, May 2).

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