CINEMA: Time Listings, Dec. 22, 1958

From Hollywood

The Last Hurrah. A brogues' gallery of Boston Irish politicos, headed by Spencer Tracy as lovable, larcenous Mayor Skeffington, who fades out with the kind of bathos that could even dissolve an Ulsterman in tears.

Damn Yankees. A musical miracle play by some madcap Mephistopheleans, Ray Walston and Gwen Verdon, turns the Washington Senators into home-run kings and pennant winners.

Me and the Colonel. Danny Kaye's first straight role is one of his best. As a meek, ingenious Polish refugee, he outsmarts a pompously feudal Polish officer (Curt Jürgens) and perhaps fate...

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