Time Listings: Jan. 2, 1961

Tunes of Glory. Alec Guinness is uncannily lifelike as a roaring extravert of a mustang colonel who becomes both hero and villain in a Scottish garrison tragedy.

Exodus. Although it runs nearly four hours and is full of pro-Zionist tirades, the film version of the bestseller about the birth of Israel is a serious, frightening and inspiring political thriller.

The Sundowners. A lusty slice of life in Australia's sheep-steeped outback, with Robert Mitchum as a bushtown drifter, Deborah Kerr as his worried wife.

The Magnificent Seven. An expert, sensitive study of the fateful tie...

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