Cinema: Imports, Jul. 25, 1960

U.S. moviegoers last week could choose from a wildly mixed bag of foreign films: Operation Amsterdam (Rank; 20th Century-Fox) is what someone once described as an "on-the-run-in-a-raincoat" film. It is not hard to think of half a dozen British pictures like it that were better. But the film is enjoyable enough, largely because Eva Bartok, a dark-haired girl of great beauty, is generally on view. The time is 1940, just before the Germans swept over Holland, and the caper is to collect all of Amsterdam's industrial diamonds and spirit them off to London....

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