Cinema: Olympics--Ltd.

Sometimes British Cinemaster J. Arthur Rank must feel that nobody in the world appreciates a really enterprising man. He might have expected cheers for his latest ambitious project: to put a full-length Technicolor record of this summer's Olympic Games on the world's screens within a bare three weeks of the last event. Instead, the predominant noise was a squawk from other moviemakers, shut out of the Olympics when Rank paid £25,000 for exclusive film (and television) rights. By last week, however, with Rank's announcement of final arrangements, everyone calmed down.

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