CINEMA: Time Listings, Nov. 3, 1958

From Hollywood

The Last Hurrah. That old Gael Spencer Tracy gets a chance to make something out of the blarney that is built into the familiar figure of Frank Skeffington, rogue-hero of the popular 1956 bestseller. Result: a politico who is a combination of Robin Hood and Mother Machree. Sure and if he steals, 'tis only from the rich.

Damn Yankees. A devilishly good Hollywood remake of the Broadway musical about baseball and Beelzebub, with Dancer Gwen Verdon and Ray Walston.

Me and the Colonel. Danny Kaye's warmest and one of his funniest, about...

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