The New Pictures, Jan. 29, 1945

Mr. Emmanuel (Two Cities-United Artists) tells the story of a sort of Jewish Mr. Chips, so creakily gallant and suicidally innocent an old gentleman that he goes from England to Germany in 1938 to look for the mother of a distraught Jewish refugee boy. He finds security, of an uneasy sort, in a seedy-bourgeois Jewish pension. But he soon learns that in Hitler's Berlin it is as much as your life is worth to ask for somebody's address, and that if you are a Jew, your British citizenship is worth only a laugh. When...

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