CINEMA: Time Listings, Feb. 8, 1960

The Bridal Path. A mildly funny, thoroughly charming, beautifully photographed piece of dialect comedy about a handsome young Scottish farmer (Bill Travers) with marriage on his mind.

Ivan the Terrible: Part 2—The Revolt of the Boyars. The late Sergei Eisenstein's contrived but lush portrait of a power-mad paranoiac, made while Stalin was still alive but only recently released by the Russian government.

Black Orpheus (French). The vitality of a tropic carnival in Brazil gives new life to the old legend. Brilliantly directed by Marcel ("New Wave") Camus

The 400 Blows (French). A small...

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