Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Apr. 21, 1952

The Man in the White Suit. Top-grade British movie yarn spun out of whole cloth, with Alec Guinness in a tailor-made comedy role as the inventor of an indestructible, dirt-proof fabric (TIME, April 14).

Anything Can Happen. Folksy, affectionate film version of George and Helen Papashvily's 1944 bestseller about an immigrant from Russian Georgia (José Ferrer) who discovers America (TIME, April 14).

Encore. A new, expertly packaged trio of entertaining short stories by Somerset (Trio, Quartet) Maugham (TIME, April 7).

The Young and the Damned. A savage juvenile delinquency drama with a largely amateur cast, filmed in Mexico by Spam's Luis Buñuel (TIME, March...

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