From Here to Eternity. James Jones's wild (and sometimes woolly) novel about life in the peacetime Army, compressed into a tensely acted movie (TIME, Aug. 10).
The Master of Ballantrae. Errol Flynn as the "wicked, wicked lad" in a rousing movie version of Robert Louis Stevenson's tale of the Scottish wars (TIME, Aug. 3).
The Sea Around Us. Rachel Carson's 1951 bestseller brought to the screen in beautiful Technicolor scenes of undersea life (TIME, July 20).
The Moon Is Blue. A nice little comedy that uses some naughty words (TIME, July 6).
The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T. A wacky, freshly told fantasy about a...