CINEMA: Time Listings, Nov. 21, 1960

Weddings and Babies. A brilliant technical tour de force by Shoestring Independent Morris (The Little Fugitive) Engel, whose candidly filmed story of a smalltime photographer and his "model" becomes a mordant Manhattan Orpheus.

It Happened in Broad Daylight. A slick but effective suspense film written by Swiss Author Friedrich Duerrenmatt (reversing the usual process, he drew his novel The Pledge from the script) in which a psychopath—brilliantly acted by Gert Frobe—and a police inspector glide through frightening shadows.

Never on Sunday. A seeming reroast of an old chestnut—the tale of reformer being...

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