Cinema: Current & Choice, Dec. 2, 1946

The Best Years of Our Lives. Ex-Servicemen Fredric March and Dana Andrews, soothed by Myrna Loy and Teresa Wright, struggle toward reconversion through an honest, overlong, highly polished Goldwyn production (TIME, Nov. 25).

Les Enfants du Paradis. Three hours of sharp, cynically witty scenes add up to a fairly pointless, very French film made during the Occupation (TIME, Nov. 25).

Song of the South. Walt Disney's Technicolored version of the Uncle Remus stories: a technically dazzling mixture of topnotch cartooning and so-so live action (TIME, Nov. 18).

My Darling Clementine. Director John Ford's handsome horse opera for the carriage trade, with Henry Fonda, Linda...

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