CINEMA: Time Listings, Oct. 3, 1960

The World of Apu. Actually titled Apur Sansar, this is the third part of Indian Director-Producer Satyajit Ray's vital and abundant trilogy that began with Father Panchali and continued with Aparajito, now brings its hero to marriage and eventual confrontation with tragedy.

Let's Make Love. Marilyn Monroe does a seismic shimmy, sings My Heart Belongs to Daddy, and carries on with Singer Yves Montand, but despite their efforts, the show is not really good low humor; it is merely good-humored.

The Dark at the Top of the Stairs. In this light, effective drama about...

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