CINEMA: Time Listings, may 16, 1960

Pollyanna. Walt Disney's best live-actor movie to date sticks to the original tear-jerking plot like icing to a sugar bun, tells the simpering story of the horrid little prig (intelligently acted by 13-year-old Hayley Mills) whose armor of cheerfulness and joy remains impenetrable to the bitter end.

The Battle of the Sexes. Outguinnessing Guinness, in a transatlantic adaptation of James Thurber's The Catbird Seat, Britain's Peter Sellers is an Edinburgh bookkeeper ready to murder the 20th century's threat to his traditional way of life.

I'm All Right, Jack. Sellers again— as union shop...

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