Cinema: Uphill Racer

SNOW JOB

Directed by GEORGE ENGLUND

Screenplay by KEN KOLBY and

JEFFREY BLOOM

Not since Sonja Henie first skid ded across the Hollywood ice has there been such a movie debut. Skier and Promoter Jean-Claude Killy is now an aspiring actor. Looking like a cross between Dick Cavett and Peter Fonda, he bounds down the slopes with agility. But he racks up whenever he has to say lines — which, as luck would have it, is often. Waxing romantic or working out plans for an elaborate robbery, Jean-Claude always manages to sound as if he...

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