Cinema: Current & Choice, Apr. 15, 1946

Henry V. Shakespeare and Laurence Olivier work together for their common splendor (TIME, April 8).

Ziegfeld Follies of 1946. Everybody gets in the act; best of all, Fred Astaire (TIME, March 25).

The Sailor Takes a Wife. June Allyson and Robert Walker chase a honeymoon (TIME, March 11).

Open City. A painful, powerful story of Rome nailed to the swastika (TIME, March 4).

Vacation from Marriage. It does wonders for Robert Donat and Deborah Kerr (TIME, Feb. 18).

The Spiral Staircase. Dorothy McGuire, and how the villain pursues her (TIME, Feb. 4).

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