THEATER: On Broadway, Mar. 7, 1960



The Cranes Are Flying (Russian). Director Mikhail Kalatozov goes wild with his camera, achieves glorious effects of cutting and lighting, and lifts a banal love story into whirling flight.

Once More, With Feeling. The Broadway comedy loses some of its intimate wickedness in cold celluloid, but offers a last look at the late Kay Kendall, a lovely clown with a touch of genius.

A Journey to the Center of the Earth. A grandly entertaining spoof that follows James Mason on an underground journey from Iceland to Mount Stromboli. Made from Jules Verne's novel,...

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