Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Apr. 16, 1951

Teresa. Italy's Pier Angeli makes an impressive U.S. debut in an unconventional movie about the troubles of a war bride (TIME, April 9).

The Lemon Drop Kid. Bob Hope makes a wreck of the Damon Runyon fable but uses the pieces to build some first-rate Hope (TIME, April 2).

Fourteen Hours. Manhattan stands a tense, day-long watch while a would-be suicide perches on a hotel window ledge; with Richard Basehart, Paul Douglas (TIME, March 12).

Storm Warning. An exciting melodrama that tromps heavily on the Ku Klux Klan without treading on sensitive Southern toes; with Ginger...

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