Cinema: Current & Choice, Aug. 18, 1947

The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer.

Shirley Temple loves Gary Grant who loves Myrna Loy who thinks she loves Rudy Vallee, with fun & games for all (TIME, Aug. n).

Crossfire. A terrifying melodrama about some drunken soldiers and a murdered Jew, with a notable performance by Robert Ryan (TIME, Aug. 4).

Miracle on 34th St. A clever, surefire comedy about a man (Edmund Gwenn) who thinks he is Santa Claus (TIME, June 9).

Great Expectations. Britain's Director David Lean & colleagues do for Dickens what Laurence Olivier did for Shakespeare (TIME, May 26).

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