Cinema: Summer's Fair Fare

The spring's run of films shot in Europe (Mein Kampf, Kanal, The Bridge) has been about as jolly as the" spring's run of speeches at the disarmament talks. But for viewers who can let Joe Alsop take the hindmost, the summer's imports promise to be less apocalyptic. Three new comedies for those with sense enough to come in out of the reality:

Romanoff and Juliet (made in Italy for Universal-International) presents Peter Ustinov's hopeful supposition that love, if given a chance, could make the world stop going around with a missile on its shoulder....

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