Cinema: Apr. 20, 1962

The Horizontal Lieutenant. Jim Hutton and Paula Prentiss add up to 12 ft. 1¼ in. of fun in a tall story about 4,000 chuckleheaded U.S. servicemen locked in unequal struggle with a superior enemy: one sneaky Japanese soldier.

Bell' Antonio. A thoughtful but not profound discussion of impotence by Italy's Mauro Bolognini.

All Fall Down. Angela Lansbury is worth seeing in a picture worth fleeing—she plays a small-town hen who broods tenderly over her chicks (Warren Beatty, Brandon deWilde) till they can hardly breathe, clucks witlessly at them till they can scarcely hear themselves think,...

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