Cinema, Television, Theater, Books: Jan. 13, 1961


The Grass Is Greener. A champagne comedy pressed from one of Britain's choicest sour grapes—those beastly rich Americans—with Gary Grant brilliantly playing an earl who tries to save his wife from a fate worse than death, i.e., Robert Mitchum.

Make Mine Mink. Another suitably dotty but amiable bit of British nonsense, casting Comedian Terry-Thomas as a Robin-Hoodish retired major who masterminds (and sometimes absent-minds) a fur-shop larceny.

The Angry Silence. In a grimly impressive critique of the mass mind, a machinist courageously resists the pressure of the union that has "sent him to...

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