CINEMA: Time Listings, Sep. 26, 1960

Let's Make Love. Marilyn Monroe does a seismic shimmy, sings My Heart Belongs to Daddy, and carries on with Singer Yves Montand, but despite their efforts, the show is not really good low humor; it is merely good-humored.

The Dark at the Top of the Stairs. In this light, effective drama about an Oklahoma harness salesman's troubles, Robert Preston runs away with the show in a direction that Playwright William Inge may not have intended in the original.

Day of the Painter. A waggish, 15-minute tale about the wondrous 'work habits of a...

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