CINEMA: Time Listings, Sep. 7, 1959

The Man Upstairs (English). "A taut, offbeat thriller, crisply written and directed, about a psychotic scientist holed up on the top floor of a rooming house, and how his fellow lodgers coax him into coming down.

North by Northwest. Alfred Hitchcock's latest cliffhanger (the cliffs are on Mount Rushmore), thoroughly entertaining and suspenseful, with Gary Grant hemmed in by spies and counterspies, among them Eva Marie Saint and James Mason.

Last Train from Gun Hill. Kirk Douglas and Anthony Quinn fight it out in a western shot full of sociology, child psychology and Greek...

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