Cinema, Also Showing May 15, 1944

Between Two Worlds (Warner) is a face-lifting job on Sutton Vane's Outward Bound, which 20 years ago was a Broadway hit (and has been a perennial stand-by for amateur theatricals ever since), 14 years ago was a successful movie. But the new wrinkles are not always as good as the old lines.

The old version began with a group of passengers aboard an ocean liner. Audiences enjoyed a creeping chill as they became aware that the fellow travelers were genteel ghosts outward bound for eternity. In the new version most of the passengers...

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