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Sunrise at Campobello. As in his stage version, Dore Schary worships rather than evaluates Franklin Roosevelt during the period when he conquers polio, setting the mold for the President-to-be. But for all this, the film offers rich, commercial entertainment, ranging from heroic drama to soap opera to political pleading.

The Entertainer. In a seedy music-hall performer, England's Angry Playwright-Scenarist John Osborne has a farfetched but arresting symbol of all that is wrong with England. But the vigor of Osborne's complaint and, above all, Laurence Olivier's relentless grotesqueries as the fatuous vaudevillian provide fascination...

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