Cinema: Current & Choice, Aug. 15, 1949

Lost Boundaries. Louis de Rochemont's honest and eloquent study of Negroes who "pass" for whites (TIME, July 4).

Sorrowful Jones. Bob Hope in a series of lively gags grafted onto a Damon Runyon story (TIME, June 27).

The Window. Killers stalk a twelve-year-old witness (Bobby Driscoll) through a jungle of Manhattan tenements (TIME, May 23).

Home of the Brave. A combat case history that slugs hard at anti-Negro prejudice (TIME, May 9).

The Berkleys of Broadway. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers still make an engaging dance team (TIME, April 25).

The Set-Up. A tough little film...

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