Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Oct. 1, 1951

The River. Director Jean Renoir's sensitive version of Rumer Godden's autobiographical novel about an English girl growing into adolescence beside a holy river in India (TIME, Sept. 24).

A Streetcar Named Desire. An unvarnished adaptation of the prizewinning Broadway hit; with Marlon Brando, Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter (TIME, Sept. 17).

People Will Talk. Scripter-Director Joseph L. (All About Eve) Mankiewicz needles the medical profession in his latest comedy of U.S. manners & morals; with Gary Grant and Jeanne Grain (TIME, Sept. 17).

A Place in the Sun. Producer-Director George Stevens' masterly version of Dreiser's An American Tragedy; with Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor, Shelley Winters...

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