Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Sep. 29, 1958

Boot Polish. Two quicksilver Indian kids named Baby Naaz and Rattan Kumar, as slum orphans in Bombay, pour out such a torrent of acting virtuosity that a slender fable becomes touched with the glow of a minor masterpiece (TIME, Sept. 15).

The Big Country. Director-Producer William Wyler's return to the Old West is no less triumphant because it is frankly epic in scope; with Burl Ives, Gregory Peck, Jean Simmons, Charlton Heston, Carroll Baker (TIME Sept. 8).

Me and the Colonel. Danny Kaye, in one of his funniest films, as a Polish refugee in Paris while the Wehrmacht approached in 1940 (TIME, Sept....

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