Cinema: The New Pictures, Feb. 8, 1954

Go, Man, Go! (Sirod Productions; United Artists) is probably as interesting a movie as can be made about the game of basketball. For one thing, the picture tells the story of what many sportsmen consider the game's greatest team: the Harlem Globetrotters. For another, it is directed by one of Hollywood's most able handlers of men in motion. Photographer James Wong Howe, who shot the magnificent fight sequences in Body and Soul.

A good, fast script by Arnold Becker hits only the biggest bumps on the Globetrotters' road to glory: beginning with the team's hobo start in the late '20s, when a...

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