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The Pearl. John Steinbeck's Mexican fable, overidealized, but sometimes moving and beautiful (TIME, March 1).

The Idiot. A fine French adaptation of Dostoevsky's novel (TiME, March 1).

Voyage Surprise. A French romp in the Mack Sennett manner (TIME, March 1).

A Double Life. Ronald Colman has a histrionic field day as an actor who loses himself—and his mind—in his part (TIME, Feb. 23).

Call Northside 777. James Stewart heads an expert cast in a good, hard piece of fact-fiction about journalism and justice in Chicago (TIME, Feb. 16).

A Woman's Vengeamce. Jessica Tandy and Charles Boyer...

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