Cinema: The New Pictures, Sep. 23, 1957

Search for Paradise (Stanley Warner Cinerama Corp.), the fourth Cinerama production, pursues the formula to its travelogical absurdity. As far as the scenery goes, Search is able to find plenty of it in the Himalayas. Airborne, the camera looks down like Shiva on the glittering tremendum of eternal snows; waterborne, it hurls the watcher through a thrilling passage of some rapids on the Indus River. But when the travel stops and the story begins, the show turns out to be a quasi-Oriental epic with a superman for a hero. The superman: radio's Lowell...

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