CINEMA: Time Listings, Jun. 27, 1960

Bells Are Ringing. A so-so book and middling music do not keep Judy Holliday from turning this $3,000,000 Hollywood rerun of her 1956 Broadway hit into one of the year's liveliest, wittiest cinemusicals.

The Apartment. Writer-Director Billy Wilder tells of a sweet-natured schnook (brilliantly played by Jack Lemmon) who shoots up the corporate ladder by turning his apartment into a glad pad for his bosses and their girls, in an excellent movie that mixes comedy, pathos and a tough sense of irony about life. With Shirley MacLaine as fetching as ever, and Fred...

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