CINEMA: Time Listings, Feb. 15, 1960

Our Man in Havana. Ably abetted by Alec Guinness, Director Carol Reed has turned out a screen version of Graham Greene's bestseller that starts as a wonderfully silly spoof of a spy thriller and winds up tickling the ribs with the well-sharpened stiletto of political satire.

Rosemary (German). The true-life story of Rosie Nitribitt, a shabby little prostitute who eventually became one of the highest-priced women in West Germany. Bubbly champagne farce turns into solemn social comment.

The Bridal Path. This bucolic bit of Scottish dialogue has to be heard to be misunderstood, but Bill Travers' romp through the heather is...

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