Cinema: The New Pictures, Nov. 15, 1948

Joan of Arc (Sierra Pictures; RKO Radio) gives Ingrid Bergman the biggest role in her career. She almost fills it. If the rest of the movie were up to Miss Bergman, it could be rated very close to excellent. As it is, it rates A for effort.

The story of Joan of Arc has enchanted film makers as it has poets, artists, musicians, dramatists, historians. The first film Joan of Arc was made in 1900 by French Movie Pioneer George Melies. Pathe made two versions (1909 and 1913). Cecil B. DeMille's crack at the subject...

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