Cinema: Nov. 17, 1961

The Kitchen. British Playwright Arnold Wesker's socialist shocker clatters, boils and roars its way through a day in the help's half of a big London restaurant. As dialectic it may be flimsy, but as theater it is a feast.

Greyfriars Bobby. Walt Disney unleashes another muttinee idol in this film about the Skye terrier who, a century ago, won the freedom of the city of Edinburgh.

West Side Story. Broadway's long-running choreoperetta, despite some sick-sick-sick pseudosociology, makes a big, fast, exciting cinemusical.

Loss of Innocence. A careful adaptation of Rumer Godden's The Greengage Summer evokes with irony and passion all the charm of...

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