Cinema: Feb. 23, 1962

Sail a Crooked Ship. The last movie made by the late Ernie Kovacs is a sort of shaggy seadog story in which Comedian Kovacs plays "a unsussessful crinimal" with a big cigar and a tiny brain.

Lover Come Back. Stanley Shapiro, one of Hollywood's more competent make-'em-laugh-till-they-gag men, has served up a grand old turkey of a plot—the mistaken-identity bit—and has stuffed it with plenty of giggles. Dessert: a couple of cream puffs called Rock Hudson and Doris Day.

Light in the Piazza. Question: Should a wealthy American mother (Olivia de Havilland) permit...

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