Cinema: Oct. 19, 1962

Long Day's Journey into Night. The

greatest and most personal of Eugene O'Neill's plays has been respectfully translated by Director Sidney Lumet and a capable cast (Katharine Hepburn, Sir Ralph Richardson, Jason Robards Jr., Dean Stockwell) into one of the year's finest films: a fearsome examination of the terrible things people do to each other in the name of love.

Gigot. A nice sentimental comedy in which Jackie Gleason plays a Parisian janitor and looks like an overweight hippopotamus impersonating the poor little match girl.

Barabbas. A religious spectacle that is also something of...

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