Cinema: Sep. 1, 1961

Cold Wind in August. A stripper falls in love with a teen-age boy in a film that is carried by excellent dialogue and a splendid performance by Lola Albright.

The Sand Castle. In a charming but not overly cute story, a little boy builds a castle of sand so stunning that it merits inclusion in Sir Bannister Fletcher's History of Architecture, while the camera roams in satiric asides among the flesh castles strewn on the beach.

Nikki, Wild Dog of the North. Walt Disney's incessantly violent, beautiful adaptation of Nomads of the North, describing...

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