Cinema: Mar. 24, 1961

Love and the Frenchwoman. The French Old Wave—sophisticated samplings of sex—returns with a cineman-thology of the seven ages of woman.

The Hoodlum Priest. A crude but telling Christian cops-and-robbers story that ends with the robber condemned to the gas chamber, and guilt assigned to all.

The Absent Minded Professor. Walt Disney, who went delightfully to the dogs with 101 Dalmatians, scores again with a wacky science-fiction farce about Neddie the Nut and his fabulous flubber.

Breathless. A formless but practically flawless cubistic portrait of the Frenchman as a young punk.

The League of Gentlemen. Ex-Colonel...

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