Time Listings: CINEMA

Ada. Despite an overly cute central idea and the flim-flamboyance of Star Susan Hayward, competent script and direction make this a pleasant political comedy about the road from bawdyhouse to Governor's mansion. Britain's Wilfrid Hyde White is superb as a major political snake.

Blood and Roses. Filmed at the Emperor Hadrian's villa outside Rome under the direction of Roger Vadim (And God Created Woman), this eerie tale of a lady vampire is the most subtle, careful and beautiful of the current crop of chillers. With Mel Ferrer.

Homicidal. Made in imitation of Hitchcock's...

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