Pickup. Making his debut as a Hollywood moviemaker, Czech-born Hugo Haas directs and stars in a tense, unpretentious thriller about a middle-aged railroad watchman and the floozy he marries (TIME, Aug. 27).
The Whistle at Eaton Falls. Producer Louis de Rochemont uses true incidents to tell a provocative story of labor-management relations, and takes a sympathetic look at the thorny problems of both sides (TIME, Aug. 13).
Strangers on a Train. Alfred Hitchcock's implausible but dazzlingly tricky thriller about a psychopath (Robert Walker) with a new scheme for foolproof murder (TIME, July 16).
The Frogmen. How the Navy's underwater...