Cinema, Television, Theater, Books: Jun. 8, 1962

CINEMA

The Miracle Worker. On film as on Broadway, the story of the child Helen Keller's release from the condition of a blind deaf-mute becomes an almost unbearably moving performance.

I Like Money. Peter Sellers in a new film version of Marcel Pagnol's Topaze—a little slow, but fey and funny.

Joan of the Angels? The question mark is a salve to any who might be offended by this excellent Polish film about demons of eroticism loose in an Ursuline convent.

A Taste of Honey. Playwright Shelagh Delaney's story of a wise child in Lancashire slums,...

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