Cinema: New Picture, Jan. 6, 1947

13 Rue Madeleine (20th Century-Fox) is the third spy thriller to be culled from the wartime hush-hush files of the Office of Strategic Services. This one bests both its predecessors (Paramount's O.S.S., Warner's Cloak & Dagger) by a wide margin. In fact, it is as good, nerve-racking fun as any spy chase since The House on 92nd Street, which was worked on by the same competent team (Producer Louis de Rochemont, Director Henry Hathaway, Writer John Monks Jr.).

Producer de Rochemont, who made the first MARCH OF TIME (1934) and produced that series for almost a decade, uses his know-how as...

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