Cinema: Gather Ye Walnuts

Tammy Tell Me True (Universal) is the sort of film for which projectionists should get hazardous-duty pay. It is aimed at the 14-year-old female mind—that is, at nine-year-old girls. Such an audience is too young to know that this is a sequel to another Tammy movie, in which Debbie Reynolds frisked about in jeans and country, vowels, casting into every troubled soul a bright golden ray of digestive distress. Debbie, at 29, can look forward to several more years of playing perky teenagers. Nevertheless, the studio has found a replacement: 19-year-old Sandra Dee,...

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