Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Oct. 17, 1955

The Desperate Hours. A man's home is his prison in the thriller-diller of the season; with Fredric March, Humphrey Bogart (TIME, Oct. 10).

Trial. A termite's-eye view of how U.S. Communists bore a worthy cause from within; with Glenn Ford, Arthur Kennedy (TIME, Oct. 3).

It's Always Fair Weather. A sharp little musical that needles TV—without trying, of course, to burst the Electronic Bubble; with Gene Kelly, Dan Dailey, Michael Kidd (TIME, Sept. 5).

The Sheep Has Five Legs. French Comic Fernandel, who is much too funny for one man, plays six. He is too funny for six men, too (TIME, Sept. 5).

Ulysses. The...

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