Cinema: Nov. 24, 1961

A Summer to Remember. The Soviet film industry, which has recently been testing products of high entertainment yield and low propaganda fallout (Ballad of a Soldier, Fate of a Man), now releases a warm and wonderfully funny story of a little boy's life with father in contemporary Russia.

The Kitchen. Too many cooks cannot spoil this spluttering slumgullion of socialism and melodrama, heated to a rolling boil by British Playwright Arnold Wesker.

Greyfriars Bobby. Walt Disney unleashes another muttinee idol in this film about the Skye terrier who, a century ago, won for himself...

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