Cinema: May 24, 1963

Black Fox. Producer-Director Louis Clyde Stoumen has woven in illustrations from Goethe's Reynard the Fox to strike an allegory between the sly Reynard and the scheming Adolf Hitler, and the result is a fresh and trenchant look at Naziism.

The Idiot and Sanjuro. These two films by Japan's Akira Kurosawa are not in a class with his Rashomon or Yojimbo. But Kurosawa's genius can make a miss almost as good as a masterpiece.

Two Daughters. In this gentle and witty two-part film, the camera of India's Satyajit Ray speaks a universal language. The Postmaster tells...

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