CINEMA,TELEVISION,THEATER,BOOKS: Time Listings, Dec. 1, 1958

CINEMA

The Horse's Mouth. Alec Guinness is hilarious as a mildewed Michelangelo. But the cinemadaptation of Joyce Cary's magnificent novel of rant does not come straight from, seems rather to whicker out of the side of The Horse's Mouth.

The Last Hurrah. No resemblance to persons living or dead is intended, but patrons will be permitted more or less I fond memories of Boston's late Jim Curley-with Spencer Tracy.

Damn Yankees. A hot time in the old home town tonight, as a couple of devil's advocates, Ray Walston and Dancer Gwen Verdon, get involved with...

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