On Broadway: Jun. 1, 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? Made in Poland and based loosely on the case of the erotic nuns of Loudun in 17th century France, this picture is a nearly successful work of art, relentlessly ambiguous, ultimately confusing, but strong and moving.

A Taste of Honey. Shelagh...

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