Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Aug. 4, 1958

The Parisienne. Brigitte Bardot, leaning voluptuously on the sure comic talents of Charles Boyer and Henri Vidal, finally makes a film that is as funny as it is fleshy (TIME, July 28).

Indiscreet. Gary Grant dispensing yachts and yacht-ta-ta to Ingrid Bergman in a funny, freewheeling version of Broadway's Kind Sir (TIME, July 21).

The Key. A fascinating story of Britain's tugboat captains of World War II, and of the woman several of them loved; with Sophia Loren, William Holden, Trevor Howard (TIME, July 14).

The Goddess. Playwright Paddy Chayefsky and Actress Kim Stanley...

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