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Cinema: Granny Knot

You don't have to be a fan clubber to love Elliott Gould, but it helps when, as in Move, his talent is swaddled in mediocrity. Laboring under Stuart...

Cinema: Police Gazette

BUSTING Directed and Written by PETER HYAMS There is a great deal militating against the success of this enterprise, mostly of its own devising. First of all,...

Cinema: Murder by Contract

I WILL, I WILL . . . FOR NOW Directed by NORMAN PANAMA Screenplay by NORMAN PANAMA and ALBERT E. LEWIN Much laughter, many cheers and at least one low wolf...

Cinema: The Gamblers

CALIFORNIA SPLIT Directed by ROBERT ALTMAN Screenplay by JOSEPH WALSH All bets are off. George Segal and Elliott Gould, a pair of raveled gamblers, need luck...

Cinema: Neat Flick

THE SILENT PARTNER Directed by Daryl Duke Screenplay by Curtis Hanson It is Christmas time, and the bank clerk, a lonely, smart, mild-mannered fantasist, is...

Cinema: Tired Intrigue

S*P*Y*S Directed by IRVIN KERSHNER Screenplay by MALCOLM MARMORSTEIN, LAWRENCE J. COHEN and FRED FREEMAN The punctuation is misleading. The only similarities...

A Letter From The Publisher: Sep. 7, 1970

WE are both relieved and delighted that Correspondent Robert Anson has been released after 21 days as a captive of anti-government forces in Cambodia...

Ocean's Thirteen: Dead in the Water

A few Hollywood extravaganzas blow into Cannes every year, and among all the serioso European and Asian fare that dominates the Competition they're like a clown...

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