Cinema: Escargots

Bon Voyage (Walt Disney; Buena Vista) is one of those travel pictures made "with the generous cooperation of" assorted hotels, railroads and steamship lines that seem to gain in glamour upon being transferred to film. This time Fred MacMurray and Jane Wyman, an ever-lovin' couple from Terre Haute, Ind., are off to France with their three typical kids: a sweet plump daughter (Deborah Walley) with steely morals, an engagingly nutty teen-age son (Tommy Kirk), and another boy (Kevin Corcoran), 12, whose freckled wit comes forth in lines like ''I know who Napoleon was. He was the guy that had the same...

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