Cinema: New Picture, Nov. 25, 1946

The Best Years of Our Lives (Goldwyn-RKO Radio) gives Hollywood its cleanest fall, to date, in its wrestle with postwar problems. It is a big (2 hr. 45 min.), shiny, star-studded show that should appeal to practically anyone who can be lured inside a movie theater. Producer Goldwyn, cheerfully shooting the works on as glittery a collection of scripting, directing, acting and technical talents as $3 million could buy, has bought himself a sure-fire hit—with a little to spare. Like most good mass entertainments, this picture has occasional moments of knowing hokum;...

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