Cinema: Feb. 24, 1961

101 Dalmatians. This sugary dog story is easily the wittiest, most charming, least pretentious cartoon feature that Walt Disney has ever made.

Breathless. A cubistic gangster film, with all the crazy humor, anarchic beauty and irrational coherence of a nightmare.

The Millionairess. British Comedian Peter Sellers emerges as a major international star playing that anomaly, an innocent doctor, in a remake of Bernard Shaw's comedy fable about the complications of being rich.

Two-Way Stretch. Sellers again, in a rock-pile farce about a prison prima donna who puts the screws on the screws.


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