Cinema: Dec. 7, 1962

Two for the Seesaw. Love comes to Gittel Moscowitz in a pretty funny film version of William Gibson's play about what happens when a blue-eyed Babbitt from Omaha meets a blackstocking in Greenwich Village.

The Long Absence. The old reliable Enoch Arden story, told with skill and significant variations by France's Henri Colpi.

Mutiny on the Bounty. MGM's $18.5 million reconstruction of The Bounty goes bounding along at a great rate for two hours, but all at once the story springs a leak and sinks beneath contempt. Marlon Brando is a sight too cute...

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