Cinema, Television, Theater, Books: Mar. 10, 1961

CINEMA

The Hoodlum Priest. A bewildered boy, entrapped by life, finally finds freedom in the gas chamber. Crude and violent, Irvin Kershner's drama nonetheless shows that the divine spark can burn in trash.

The League of Gentlemen. A British comedy of misdemeanors about a retired army officer who runs a commando-style bank robbery by Queen's Regs.

101 Dalmatians. Dog-beats-man in Walt Disney's airy, unpretentious cartoon that is sure to please everybody but cats.

Breathless. Exciting variations on the old existentialist theme: life is just one damn thing after another, and death is the thing after...

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