Cinema: Feb. 10, 1961

Peter Sellers is twice as funny as anyone else currently on view, not entirely because his films arrive here two at a time. The latest batch: The Millionairess, Shaw's old joke rejiggered, with Sellers as the Oriental medic and Sophia Loren as the moneypot who tries to tempt him; and Two-Way Stretch, in which the comedian plays a jowly brigand whose plot to steal £2,000,000 is goofily thickened because he is already in the nick for another job.

Circle of Deception. An ingenious spy thriller, set in pre-D-day France, that raises some subtle...

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