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House of Wax

With the advent of three-dimensional films, the motion picture industry has made giant strides. Such great strides, in fact, that

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The Moviegoer

Two men share the credit for the excellence of "A Place in the Sun." One, of course, is Theodore Dreiser,

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Saturday Night in Scollay Square: Burlies, Girlies, Bars, and Bums

Before new students come to Harvard they hear a great deal about the cultural riches of Boston; unfortunately most men

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Radcliffe Survives Years of Sneers

"We Radcliffe girls are a long suffering group, but under the kind of persecution we have received at Harvard's hands,

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The Playgoer

The current play at the Brattle, Henri Rene Lenormand's "He and She," may strike some people as a tragedy of

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Statistics Reveal '26's Abnormalities

Thirteen (13) percent of the Class of '26 has been in jail. This startling figure comes to light today with

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The Playgoer

Since the Brattle Theatre Company has shown in "The Country Girl" that Restoration comedy can be sparkling and enjoyable in

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The Moviegoer

The latest in a long string of British little-boy movies is here. "The Magnet" is just as heart-warming as the

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The Moviegoer

The best argument against the arbitrary banning of films by pressure groups and evil authorities is now in Boston. It

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The Playgoer

The Harvard Theatre Group's production of "Darkness at Noon" is undoubtedly the finest undergraduate dramas presented at Harvard in more

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The Moviegoer

The essence of Danny Kaye's comedy is his frenzied performance. You may admire his perfect timing and his uncanny sense

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Crowd Watches 'Poon Balloon Burst

A crowd of about 2,000 gathered at 1 p.m. yesterday to watch the Lampoon's attempted balloon ascension to the moon.

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The Moviegoer

There is no need to tell anyone that Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro" is a masterpiece. All that remains, then,

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The Yeomen of the Guard

The spectacle of eight mustachioed Beefeaters singing through their mutton-chops ought to be enough to warm the cockles of anybody's

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The Playgoer

Unfortunately, "Courtin' Time" lives up to its name. It is a latter day "Oklahoma," but without any of the deftness

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia

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Unlocking the Map