Cinema: Current & Choice, Jul. 1, 1946

Anna and the King of Siam. Lively period piece, in which Irene Dunne and Rex Harrison prove that boy-gets-girl isn't the only type of movie fun (TIME, June 24).

The Stranger. Orson Welles directs and stars in a cunning conspiracy to scare the daylights out of folks (TIME, June 17).

To Each His Own. Olivia de Havilland suffers & suffers as an unwed mother in an expertly made, artfully played tearjerker (TIME, June 17).

Two Sisters from Boston. A series of pleasant specialty acts, done up in Gay Nineties costume, by talented Troupers Jimmy Durante, Lauritz...

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