Cinema: Mar. 22, 1963

The Quare Fellow. Brendan Behan, like most Irishmen, laughs hardest when he hurts worst, and in this movie version of his first successful play he laughs at the way men are made to live, and condemned to die, in an average Irish prison.

To Kill a Mockingbird. The Pulitzer Prize novel by Harper Lee, which was always just a mite too cute for words, has been made into a cinemelodrama of remarkable charm—some of it supplied by the hero (Gregory Peck), most of it by three gumptious young 'uns (Mary Badham, Phillip Alford,...

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