Cinema: Current & Choice, Nov. 24, 1947

Gentleman's Agreement. Dorothy McGuire, Gregory Peck and John Garfield in a powerful polemic against anti-Semitism in the U.S. (TIME, Nov. 17).

Man About Town. Maurice Chevalier narrates (in English) René Clair's kindly caricature of early French moviemaking (TIME, Nov. 17).

Fun and Fancy Free. Disney's famous fauna, plus Edgar Bergen and Dinah Shore, in a show that ranges from bad to brilliant and is generally likeable (TIME, Oct. 20).

Shoeshine. A very real and moving film about two boys of postwar Italy (TIME, Sept. 8).

Monsieur Verdoux. Chaplin's cold, brilliant tragicomedy about a free-enterprising murderer (TIME, May 5).


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