Cinema: Newsreel, Apr. 28, 1958

¶ Made more attractive by the subtle charms of condemnation, And God Created Woman, starring French Cineminx Brigitte Bardot in search of a bed-partner, seemed to be moving in for the biggest box-office killing ever made by a foreign film in the U.S. Rated "Condemned" by the Roman Catholic National Legion of Decency, the French-made movie has already grossed $1,500,000 from a scant 175 bookings, will possibly take in as much as $4,000,000. Biggest effect is on many of the so-called art theaters, which normally run a picture for two or three weeks, have been all Woman for upwards of three...

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