Good Rating for “The Third Man”

A good crowd thoroughly enjoyed the great 1949 classic film noir “The Third Man”. The cinematography was outstanding, the script (written by Graham Greene, who later made it in to a novel) was natural and engrossing, and the best feature was the excellent acting. So many films of that period were made like filmed stage plays with stilted and exaggerated acting styles that “The Third Man” was well in advance of the other motion pictures of the period.
The audience rated it 4 out of 5, a well-deserved accolade.