Cinema: Current & Choice, Mar. 29, 1948

The Naked City. The late Mark Hellinger's big, bright portrait of New York, with the homicide squad in the foreground (TIME, March 22).

Farrebique. A year on a French farm translated into film poetry (TIME, March 15)

A Double Life. Ronald Colman has a field day as an actor who loses himself—and his mind—in his part (TIME, Feb. 23).

Call Northside 777. James Stewart in a good, hard piece of fact-fiction about journalism and justice in Chicago (TIME, Feb. 16).

An Ideal Husband. Paulette Goddard and an elegant English cast in a lovely, languid production of Oscar Wilde's play (TIME, Feb. 9).

Treasure of Sierra Madre....

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