THEATER: On Broadway, Apr. 20, 1959



The Diary of Anne Frank. A massive and moving epic of the Dutch Jewish girl and her family in hiding during World War II. A fine performance by Newcomer Millie Perkins as Anne, and brilliant direction by George Stevens.

Some Like It Hot. Director Billy Wilder gets as many laughs as possible out of the gimmick of female impersonation, largely because the impersonators are Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon, and the object of their attentions a slightly pudgy but wickedly skilled comedienne: Marilyn Monroe.

The Sins of Rose Bernd (German). Unwed motherhood gets...

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