Cinema: Current & Choice, Oct. 16, 1950

State Secret. A British-made thriller about an American (Douglas Fairbanks Jr.) running for his life in a convincingly pictured police state (TIME, Oct. 9).

The Happiest Days of Your Life. Alastair Sim and Margaret Rutherford in a farcical spoof of English public schools (TIME, Oct. 9).

Mister 880. Edmund Gwenn as a lovable old counterfeiter who baffles the Secret Service; with Burt Lancaster and Dorothy McGuire (TIME, Oct. 2).

The Breaking Point. A stinging melodrama based on Hemingway's To Have and Have Not; with John Garfield (TIME, Sept. 25).

No Way Out. Hollywood's most outspoken and...

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