Cinema: Feb. 2, 1962

Tender Is the Night. Director Henry King and Scenarist Ivan Moffat have made a slickly commercial, bleakly melancholy movie out of F. Scott Fitzgerald's story of a man emasculated by a fatal desire to please. Jason Robards Jr. plays the moral eunuch with All-American charm.

Murder, She Says. Margaret Rutherford, a British comedienne whose appearance suggests an overstuffed electric chair, comes on strong as a lady gumshoe in this adaptation of an Agatha Christie chiller, 4:50 from Paddington.

A View from the Bridge. Playwright Arthur Miller's attempt to find Greek tragedy in cold-water Flatbush...

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