Forum, Jan. 5, 1976

Kudos for Genius Kubrick

To the Editors:

Sure Marisa Berenson has a pretty face, but why run her as an "overbred, vacuous, giggly and lazy" cover subject [Dec. 15] when the true fanfare belongs to Stanley Kubrick, the most innovative person to touch motion pictures since Thomas A. Edison?

Mary Ellen Mulcahy

Shrewsbury, Mass.

Stanley Kubrick is a cinematic Shakespeare. And I think he knows it.

Phyllis A. Ekins

Hudson, Pa.

Thank God Stanley Kubrick has come back to rescue all us tired victims drowning in the current movie trend. It will be a joy to see art...

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