Other movie companies can sell out to television and other moviemen can collect the fast bucks that come from making TV quickies. But at 20th Century-Fox, President Spyros P. Skouras clings to the old-fashioned notion that Hollywood ought to make lots of money by making lots of movies. Last week he announced that 20th is driving ahead on one of the biggest shooting schedules in its history: 60 pictures in production, with another 28 screenplays ready for the cameras. Among $20 million worth of pictures to be released before the end of 1959: William Faulkner's Requiem for a Nun,...

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