The movies have produced one of their rare great works of art.
When Laurence Olivier's magnificent screen production of Shakespeare's Henry V was first disclosed to a group of Oxford's impassive Shakespeare pundits, there was only one murmur of dissent. A woman specialist insisted that all the war horses which take part in the Battle of Agincourt should have been stallions.
The film was given its U.S. premiere-this week (in Boston's Esquire Theater).
This time, the horses engendered no com plaint. At last there had been brought to the screen, with such sweetness,...