Memories of Underdevelopment, a Cuban film, is one of the most important political films made in recent years. Tupamoros was made with the cooperation of the Latin American revolutionaries.
One of the ultimate double bills continues at Central Square, with Last Tango in Paris and the wonderful-up-until-the-prostituted-last-scene A Streetcar Named Desire.
Strangers on a Train features Robert Walker with a look in his eye and a voice tone that will wind its way into the core of your memory. Hitchock's film, written by Raymond Chandler ("The Big Sleep," "Farewell, My Lovely," "The Long Goodbye"), is one of his best, with a sense of feverish fascinating demented activity instead of mere raw suspense. In a minor apocalypse a merry-go-round goes berserk near the end of the movie.
Jack Lemmon deserved to be named best actor years ago for Billy Wilder's The Apartment --he won the award for Save the Tiger this year, where he plays a businessman who's shrewdly shady activities are justified, in the film's scheme of things, by the pressures around him.
Cat Ballou is the funniest Western; Greasers' Palace was made by the guy who made Putney Swope; I can't figure out why Tarzan would want to go to England.
Berkowitz Meets Docket Panel to Review ClaimAs both sides appear ready for a court fight, the University and Associate Professor of Government Peter Berkowitz moved a
Favorite Jello Flavors At the Pfoho Dining HallBattle of the Bands Last Friday, Pforzheimer House and the Undergraduate Council showcased Harvard's own in the Springfest Battle of
1917 Victors in First DebateThe Sophomores defeated the Freshmen in the first interclass debate held last night in Sever 11. The decision of the
Growing PainsTHE PUNKS IN HARVARD SQUARE have become fixtures as familiar as the leafletters and construction workers. Stationed at the T
Scrub Nines.The following additional scrub nines have entered the race for the cups offered by the H. U. B. B. C.:
The Moviegoer Putney Swope at the Paris CinemaI ASK YOU: What's going on here? Someone I've never seen before in my life walks into my bedroom, where