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9th October 1964
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Films By Freda Bruce Lockhart

N V ESTERNS today can hardly fail to sound an elgiac note, a nostalgic turn to catch the echoes of the dear dead or dying past. So West of Montana ("U" Ritz) opens with two......

By 'prompter'

T HERE is little, professionally speakin g , more g ratifying to this critic than watching an audience enthusiastically marking its appreciation of a g ood actor. Mr. Clive......

By James Graham

INDEPENDENT Television's long-threatened revision of the Sunday evening closed viewing hours began last Sunday. It reflects no credit on anybody. The closed hours have a che q......

Delacroix And The Embroiderers

by Iris Conlay D ELACROTX was a man divided against himself. He had a private manner and a public one. His public manner belongs to the grand tradition and can only he......

A Centenary Tribute By Fr. Austin, C.p. ' C Aroline May

have told you" wrote Lady Lyttelton in a letter dated Febuary 25, 1850, "1 had a I etter from my brother Ignatius on Saturday. Such a fi g ure! I was indeed glad he called, not......