Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Nov. 26, 1956

Vitelloni. One of the best of the Italian-made movies—a biting but not bitter satire of small-town life (TIME, Nov. 5).

Around the World in 80 Days. Producer Mike Todd, with the help of Jules Verne, 46 stars and $6,000,000, has created what is certainly the most spectacular travelogue ever seen on the screen (TIME, Oct. 29).

Wee Geordie. The stiffest comic punch the British have delivered since High and Dry—an intoxicating mixture of Scotch and wry; with Bill Travers, Alastair Sim (TIME, Oct. 29).

Giant. In a picture based on Edna Ferber's bestseller about Texas, Director George Stevens digs the rowels of social satire...

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