Cinema: Current & Choice, May 1, 1950

City Lights. A reissue of Charlie Chaplin's 1931 classic about a tramp, a blind flower girl and a fickle millionaire (TIME, April 17).

When Willie Comes Marching Home. How Willie (Dan Dailey) was at first left out of the war—and then almost won it singlehanded (TIME, March 6).

Cinderella. An enchanting Walt Disney menagerie helps to restore the celebrated glass slipper to its rightful owner (TIME, Feb. 20).

The Third Man. Director Carol Reed and Scripter Graham Greene play the Viennese black market for a tidy melodramatic profit; with Joseph Gotten, Orson Welles and Valli (TIME, Feb. 6).

The Titan. An extraordinary documentary that recreates...

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