Page 6, 25th November 1966

25th November 1966
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Page 6, 25th November 1966
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Director Fails To 'travel'

TALENT in the cinema, as in other arts, tends to be rooted in its native soil. Hollywood may be a meltingpot within the melting-pot. but the history of movies is littered, from......

In The Land Of "wham" And "clunk"

W HO are the writers of real influence'? First of all, of course, the handful of titans. But then? Far and away ahead of the ruck conic the people who write for children. These......

Envy Between Allied Leaders

J OHN TOLAND states that with his wife he travelled 21 countries and some 100,000 miles to glean information and gather material for The Last 100 Days (Arthur Baker, 50s.), and......

As We Grow Older

As I journey round the country, it seems to me that the two great threats that we have to face, especially as we grow older, are those of loneliness and le worry of being prone......

Films

One of the saddest things about this pale picture is the talent it brings down with it. Oskar Werner, the marvellous German actor who did so beautifully for Truffaut in "Jules......

Tv

What about Barman? Should you let your children watch it? The answer is: Certainly. Batman is good healthy stuff. Its dynamic dun are heroes easy to identify with, and they are......

Austrian Novelette

M R. BROOK-SHEPHERD is an acknowledged expert on Austrian affairs. Firmly anchored to Austrian soil, the author ventures into the realm of the novel in Eagle and Unicorn......

B O O K S

Downfall of Brendan Behan R EVIEWING Behan's "Confessions . . ." OTaolain said: "Somebody . . . may record his last nine years, largely unfruitful, mainly frightening." This has......