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    Cinema

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    I’ll Be Seeing You—The heart will respond to this story with its two-fold purpose—to acquaint us with the care and understanding soon to be needed by our nerve-shattered boys, and to entertain us with one of the sweetest of love stories imaginable....

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    The Rainmaker—Funny, touching, lightly fanciful, this story of a farm family gives Katharine Hepburn a thoroughly lovable role. ...

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    I Confess (WARNERS)—Strong emotional performances by Montgomery Clift and Anne Baxter are the mainstay of this generally gripping movie, filmed on location in Quebec....

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    Meet Me In St. Louis (M-G-M)—A STORY replete with charm, color, coziness of home and family, to say nothing of romance, is this so-different musical all wrapped up around a gay ninety tune hit “Meet Me In St. Louis.”...

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    Written on the Wind—Though Rock Hudson and Lauren Bacall lend balance as two likably normal people, it is Robert Stack’s performance that gives conviction to this flamboyant drama....

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    Irish Eyes Are Smiling—It's young—as young as June Haver and Dick Haymes—and it’s tuneful and happy and forthright too. In short, it’s a Twentieth Century-Fox musical at its coziest, hitting the highlights of the life of Ernest R. Ball, a ballad writer of those Nineties,...

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    Giant—WARNERS, WARNERCOLOR—Broad in scope, serious in purpose, the movie based on Edna Ferber’s novel provides satisfying entertainment. ...

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    The Jazz Singer Famous as the part-talkie that ushered in the sound era, this frankly sentimental story has been given a smooth new production. ...

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    Road to Bali The first fine bloom of the “Road” series may have worn off, but for aficionados there’s still a relaxing charm about the adventures of Bing, Bob and Dottie. As usual, Crosby, Hope and Lamour give you the impression that they’re making up the...

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    ROME ADVENTURE Warners; Technicolor; Director-Producer, Delmer Daves (Adult) WHO’S IN IT? Suzanne Pleshette, Troy Donahue, Angie Dickinson....