Time Listings: Dec. 28, 1962

Jumbo. Broadway's elephantasy of 1935, pumped full of Metrocolor, comes to the screen as a "pulchatoobinous pachadoim" of a picture—anyway, that's the way Jimmy Durante says it, and in this picture Jimmy is 100% right. Martha Raye is 99% right. And Doris Day is Doris Day.

No Exit. A competent cinemadaptation of Jean-Paul Sartre's celebrated attempt to demonstrate the existentialist tenet that hell is other people.

Gay Purree. A full-length, somewhat overanimated cattoon about a pretty French pussy named Mewsette who falls in with a sinister allee cat but is rescued by a...

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