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The Theater: The Happy Ham

(See Cover) More, than half a million Americans during the past year have been bewitched by the Devil. This particular Devil is a jovial old party who wears a...

Radio: For TV Listeners

Charles Laughton thinks that the modern world has been brought up to look rather than to listen. This week he goes on TV with This Is Charles Laughton to help...

Cinema: The New Pictures: Jan. 8, 1940

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (RKO) is a more spectacular remake of an old horror film in which the late Lon (Man of a Thousand Faces) Chancy, with the help of...

Cinema: The New Pictures, Dec. 17, 1951

The Strange Door (Universal-International), remotely based on Robert Louis Stevenson's short story, The Sire de Maletroit's Door, is a creaky costume melodrama...

Radio: One-Mcm Sales Force

One moment he was sitting before a microphone, rolling out deep, sonorous, persuasive words. The next, he was hurrying (with all the speed his hulking frame...

Cinema: And The Fish Flew

Mutiny on the Bounty. It was just a drop in the bucket to begin with. On the morning of April 28, 1789, goes one version of the story. Captain William Bligh of...

The Theater: New Scene in Manhattan

Don Juan in Hell (by George Bernard Shaw; produced by Paul Gregory) is the scene from Shaw's Man and Superman that is regularly omitted on the stage. There are...

Cinema: The New Pictures, Sep. 5, 1960

Under Ten Flags (Dino de Laurentiis; Paramount), a somewhat better than fair sea-fight thriller, brings back to the screen the most feared man ever to wear the...

Cinema: The New Pictures, Jun. 21, 1954

Hobson's Choice (London Films; United Artists) is a cheerful little slice of death, warmed over and served with some lively comic sauces by Producer-Director...

Hollywood: Advise und Consent

Seeing as Director Otto Preminger was in town anyway, the President of the U.S. invited him to dinner. But Preminger was fiercely busy, and he declined. John...

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