Cinema: Current & Choice, Nov. 15, 1948

Johnny Belinda. Jane Wyman as a deaf-mute slavey and Lew Ayres as a kindly doctor triumph over some melodramatic buffeting (TIME, Oct. 25).

Red River. Howard Hawks delivers 10,000 cattle to Kansas—and a rattling good movie about the first drive along the Chisholm Trail, with John Wayne and Montgomery Clift (TIME, Oct. 11).

The Luck of the Irish. Lightweight fun, lightly handled, about a leprechaun in Manhattan, with Cecil Kellaway, Anne Baxter, Tyrone Power (TIME, Oct. 4).

Rachel and the Stranger. Robert Mitchum, Loretta Young and William Holden do some wooing and wrangling on the Ohio frontier of the early 1800s (TIME, Sept. 27).


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