Cinema: The New Pictures, Jun. 18, 1951

Four In a Jeep (Lazar Wechsler; United Artists), like Swiss Producer Lazar Wechsler's The Last Chance and The Search, is a compassionate study of human rubble left in Europe by World War II. This time the scene is Vienna under its four-power occupation, and the picture's concern is as much with the war's distrustful victors as with its uprooted vanquished. The two are skillfully interwoven in the story of how a four-man M.P. patrol—U.S., Russian, French, British—reacts to the plight of a young Viennese (Viveca Lindfors) whose husband has escaped from a Soviet...

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