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Cinema: No Tickee, No Worry

Flower Drum Song (Universal-International), a $4,000,000, 133-minute film version of the Broadway musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein, offers the U.S. moviegoer...

Cinema: The Inscrutable East

Cry for Happy (Columbia) may make American audiences yawn for sleepy. Apparerftly intended as a slapstick Sayonara, this $3,000,000, Eastman-Colored tub of...

Television: Sep. 19, 1969

Wednesday, Sept. 17 DIONNE WARWICK SPECIAL (CBS, 7:30-8:30 p.m.).* Burt Bacharach will be there; so will George Kirby, Glen Campbell and The Creedence...

BROADWAY: The Girls on Grant Avenue

(See Cover) I went out at the Eastern Gate, I saw the girls in clouds; Like clouds they were, and soft and bright, But in the crowds I thought on the maid...

Cinema: East Meets East

A Girl Named Tamiko is a Panavision melting pot. British Actor Laurence Harvey, who was born in Lithuania, plays a half-Russian, half-Chinese photographer in...

Letters, Jan. 12, 1959

Rocket Restorative Sir: The U.S.'s Atlas should have been TIME's Thing of the Year—it has restored our country to a position of prestige in the world...

Cinema: Oct. 26, 1962

The Longest Day. General Zanuck's war games are played off like cops and robbers. With 42 stars and a musical score by Ludwig van Beethoven and Paul Anka to...

Milestones, Aug. 4, 1958

Born. To Patrice Munsel, 33, Metropolitan Opera soprano turned television star (The Patrice Munsel Show), and Robert Schuler, 42, TV producer: their second...

BROADWAY: East of Suez

"If you aren't slant-eyed and flat-chested," said one young unemployed actress last week, "you haven't a prayer of getting a job." Cause of her complaint:...

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