Cinema: Current & Choice, Nov. 27, 1950

Cyrano de Bergerac. José Ferrer in a cinemadaptation that somewhat magnifies the faults of the Rostand classic without dimming its virtues (TIME, Nov. 20).

Mad Wednesday. An uneven but often funny comedy, written and directed by Preston Sturges and starring Harold Lloyd (TIME, Nov. 20).

King Solomon's Mines. Darkest Africa in brightest Technicolor reduces the hokum of H. Rider Haggard's plot to a minor hardship on moviegoers; with Deborah Kerr and Stewart Granger (TIME, Nov. 20).

Trio. Somerset Maugham escorts three more of his short stories to the screen; with Jean Simmons, James Hayter, Nigel Patrick (TIME, Oct. 30).

All About Eve. Scripter-Director Joseph L....

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