Cinema: New Picture, Feb. 22, 1960

Once More, With Feeling (Stanley Donen; Columbia). "Wouldn't you like to slip into something loose?" Yul Brynner purrs seductively to his bride. "Yes," Kay Kendall snarls. "A taxi."

So begins one of the most hilarious wedding nights of recent film history. Yul is a terrible-tempered conductor who "uses symphony orchestras the way [other people] use Kleenex." Kay, his mistress of many years, is tired of it all, wants to marry a nice, respectable college president and live like a human being. So she has married Yul so she can get a divorce so the...

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