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Forecasting: FORWARD THINKING

ALBERT EINSTEIN REMARKED IN 1932 THAT "THERE IS NOT THE slightest indication that nuclear energy will ever be obtainable." Thomas Edison thought alternating...

Cinema: The New Pictures Feb. 10, 1930

Seven Days Leave (Paramount). The only change besides the title which the producers have made in Sir James Barrie's The Old Lady Shows Her Medals is the...

HOLLYWOOD: Times with Sex Goddess

Amid the ad-rich thickness (12 sections, 5 lbs.) of last Sunday's New York Times, folded between the polite Book Review and the dignified Sunday Magazine, was...

Cinema: Coop's Last

Naked Edge (Pennybaker-Baroda; United Artists), the whodunit that is the late Gary Cooper's last picture, is a waste of a good man. As a buildup, the film's...

Cinema: Shirt Tale

From Paramount Pictures' publicity department: "Gary Cooper sent one of his shirt tails to a Ladies' Aid Society in Rapid City, S. D., in response to the...

Cinema: The New Pictures, Jan. 22, 1951

Dallas (Warner) as pictured in this high-budget western, is a culturally aspiring town without indoor plumbing, Nieman-Marcus or much law & order. It makes a...

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