Cinema: Current & Choice, Sep. 29, 1947

The Dark Passage. Humphrey Bogart, a fugitive from injustice, escapes everything except Lauren Bacall (TIME, Sept. 22).

Kiss of Death. A hard, cold yarn with Victor Mature, Richard Widmark, and vivid, real-life settings (TIME, Sept. 15).

Shoeshine. A beautiful, tragic film about Roman street boys (TIME, Sept. 8).

Lire with Father. The stage hit sumptuously done up into rather stoutish Technicolor entertainment with William Powell and Irene Dunne (TIME, Aug. 25).

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. Variations on a theme by James Thurber, featuring Danny Kaye (TIME, Aug. 18).


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