Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Jun. 3, 1957

Twelve Angry Men. A thriller of ideas in which the right to trial (and error) by jury is cleverly cross-examined by Scriptwriter Reginald Rose, Actor Henry Fonda (TIME, April 29).

The Strange One. Calder Willingham's novel (End as a Man) about a Southern military academy makes a slick, sadistic thriller—a slashing good cinema debut for Actor Ben Gazzara (TIME, April 22).

Men in War. A Korean war story, told with an intensity that makes every theater seat feel like a foxhole; with Robert Ryan and Aldo Ray (TIME, April 8).

Fear Strikes Out. Psychiatry has a red-hot inning in this film biography of Red...

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