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Cinema: CURRENT & CHOICE, Aug. 11, 1952

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The Strange Ones. Striking adaptation of Jean Cocteau’s Les Enfants Terribles; the story of an adolescent brother & sister living in a strange dreamworld of their own (TIME, July 21).

High Noon. Gary Cooper as an embattled cow-town marshal facing four desperadoes singlehanded in a topnotch western (TIME, July 14).

Where’s Charley? Ray Bolger singing and dancing in a gay, Technicolored edition of Charley’s Aunt (TIME, July 7).

Carrie. Polished movie version of Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie, with Jennifer Jones and Laurence Olivier as star-crossed lovers (TIME, June 30).

The Story of Robin Hood. Flavorful version of the old legend, with Richard Todd fighting for king, country and fair Maid Marian (TIME, June 30).

Pat and Mike. A sprightly comedy in which Katharine Hepburn plays a lady athlete and Spencer Tracy a sports promoter (TIME, June 16).

Outcast of the Islands. Joseph Conrad’s hothouse drama of a white man’s disintegration in the tropics, directed by Carol (The Third Man) Reed; with Trevor Howard, Ralph Richardson, Robert Morley (TIME, April 28).

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