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The Men. Marlon Brando and Teresa Wright in a frank, stirring drama about the mental and physical salvage of paralyzed war veterans (TIME, July 24).

Kind Hearts and Coronets. An impudent, witty British comedy about a well-bred murderer; with Alec Guinness (playing eight roles) and Dennis Price (TIME, July 3).

The Lawless. A lowbudget, high-voltage treatment of mob violence in a small U.S. town; with Macdonald Carey and Gail Russell (TIME, July 3).

The Asphalt Jungle. Director John Huston's clinical account of a $1,000,000 burglary and what makes the burglars tick; with Sterling...

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