Cinema: Current & Choice, May 10, 1948

The Big Clock. A handsome, gold-filled thriller about a murdering magazine magnate; with Ray Milland and Charles Laughton (TIME, April 19).

Poison. Roberto Rossellini's six slices of wartime life in Italy, the best of them even better than his Open City (TIME, April 19).

All My Sons. Edward G. Robinson, Burt Lancaster and Mady Christians in a good screen translation of Arthur Miller's prize play (TIME, April 12).

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream, House. Cary Grant and Myrna Loy fall among contractors (TIME, April 12).

I Remember Mama. Domestic comedy and pathos, richly presented by George...

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