Cinema: Current & Choice, Jul. 11, 1949

Sorrowful Jones. Bob Hope in a series of lively gags grafted onto a Damon Runyon story (TIME, June 27).

The Window. Killers stalk a twelve-year-old witness (Bobby Driscoll) through a jungle of Manhattan tenements (TiME, May 23).

Home of the Brave. A combat case history that slugs hard at anti-Negro prejudice (TIME, May 9).

The Wizard of Oz. A ten-year-old Technicolored fairy tale, reissued, has lost none of its wizardry (TIME, May 9).

We Were Strangers. Director John Huston's Cuban revolution, with John Garfield and Jennifer Jones (TiME, May 2).

The Berkleys of Broadway. Free Astaire...

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