CINEMA,,THEATER,BOOKS: Time Listings, Oct. 12, 1959


The FBI Story. The great names of American crime cross the screen like targets in a shooting gallery—Pretty Boy Floyd, Baby Face Nelson, John Dillinger. And despite the soul-searing domestic difficulties of Special Agent Jimmie Stewart, the picture's documentary air is always absorbing.

Look Back in Anger. The angry young hero (Richard Burton) boils over with indiscriminate rage at religion, the Sunday Times, his mother-in-law. Somehow the John Osborne play seemed saner on the stage than it does on the screen—but with Claire Bloom and Gary Raymond to help, the movie has...

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