Cinema, Also Showing Jul. 21, 1947

Green for Danger (Rank; Eagle-Lion) is just another proof that the British, too, can make mediocre pictures. It is an affable, rattletrap murder mystery about a couple of doctors (Trevor Howard and Leo Genn), a few nurses (Sally Gray, Rosamond John, etc.) and an anesthetizing apparatus which, to everybody's dismay, induces the big sleep.

The movie has a certain well-mannered style and spirit which Hollywood seldom gives to a medium-budget mystery. (It might also be noted that Britain would have difficulty turning out a Dark Corner or even a Blue Dahlia, which had a certain rude style and spirit of their own.)...

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