Cinema: Current & Choice, Oct. 20, 1947

Song of Love. A gentle film, with music, about Clara and Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms; with Katharine Hepburn, Paul Henreid and Robert Walker (TIME, Oct. 13).

Ride the Pink Horse. An agreeable melodrama in an unusual locale (New Mexico), starring Robert Montgomery, who also directs (TIME, Oct. 13).

The Tawny Pipit. A sweet-tempered pastoral comedy about English bird lovers who practically forget the war watching a pair of rare birds (TIME, Oct. 6).

The Dark Passage. A silly story becomes a good melodrama, thanks to Humphrey Bogart and Scripter-Director Delmer Daves (TIME, Sept. 22).

Kiss of Death. A tough, scary semi-documentary about a stool...

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