Cinema: Feb. 22, 1963

Son of Flubber. It's that man again—Neddie the Nut, that is. Remember him? In The Absent Minded Professor, the nuttiest science-fiction farce of recent years, Neddie (Fred MacMurray) invented "flubber"—lab gab for flying rubber. In Professor the professor put flubber in a flivver and flew. In this picture he turns flubber slubber into flubbergas and starts blowing flubbles. Infantile? Absolutely. But fun.

Term of Trial. Sir Laurence Olivier and Simone Signoret, cast as the Mr. and Mrs. Chips of a milltown slum, memorialize an appalling marriage with charm and admirable finesse.

Love and Larceny....

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