Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Mar. 19, 1951

Fourteen Hours. Manhattan stands a tense, day-long watch while a would-be suicide perches on a hotel window ledge; with Richard Basehart, Paul Douglas (TIME, March 12).

U.S.S. Teakettle. Gary Cooper and a group of 90-day wonders in the wartime Navy run into hilarious difficulties trying to test an experimental subchaser (TIME, March 12).

Storm Warning. An exciting melodrama that tromps heavily on the Ku Klux Klan without treading on sensitive Southern toes; with Ginger Rogers, Steve Cochran (TIME, March 5).

Cause for Alarm! Loretta Young as a frantic housewife whose life suddenly depends on...

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