Cinema: Current & Choice, Nov. 29, 1948

June Bride. Bette Davis plays it for laughs, with Robert Montgomery (TIME, Nov. 15).

Joan of Arc. Ingrid Bergman in a big, expensive, earnest retelling of a great story. Technicolor (TIME, Nov. 15).

Johnny Belinda. Jane Wyman as a deaf-mute slavey and Lew Ayres as a kindly doctor triumph over some melodramatic buffeting (TIME, Oct. 25).

Red River. Howard Hawks delivers 10,000 cattle to Kansas—and a rattling good movie about the first drive along the Chisholm Trail; with John Wayne and Montgomery Clift (TIME, Oct. 11).

The Luck of the Irish. Lightweight fun, lightly handled, about a leprechaun in Manhattan; with Cecil Kellaway, Anne...

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