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2. "Alien"...highly acclaimed thriller returns June 5

14. "Bride" is as lovely as ever

16. "Cameraman"--the nimble art of Buster Keaton

17. "Directed by John Ford"

18. "Dracula": a cult hero for a fetishistic age

25. "Invisible man" has not faded

26. "Is this the family gun, Dad?"

28. "It's time to come inside now" an appreciation of Altman's 3 women

29. "John and Yoko"

30. "Johnny Guitar" hits the revival trail

31. "Johnny" is back and he's more colorful

33. "King of kings" opens at Coronet

34. "King of kings" sheds odd light on theme

35. "Lady Eve" is crackling film farce

36. "Lady in the dark," with Ginger Rogers, opens at Paramount

39. "Love parade" considered as Bolton's best

41. "Midnight" beat the odds to become a classic

45. "Objective, Burma!"

47. "Salt of the earth" returns

48. "Savage eye' at Trans-Lux

49. "Scenes from under childhood"

51. "Summer Storm" at the Gotham

53. "Summer storm" is pretty damp

54. "Take a letter, darling" opens at the Paramount

55. "Team Woody" fires Bullets Over Broadway

56. "The Long Goodbye" from "Chinatown"

59. "The clansman" is wonderful

62. "The last tycoon"

63. "The last tycoon": no one is stabbed, shot or raped

64. "The savage eye"

68. "The visitors" portrays ordeal of a threatened G.I.

70. "Twice a man" -- thrice love, twice death

71. "Waterloo" a masterpiece from pre-Code Hollywood

72. "White dog" is set loose at last

74. $90 million's worth of Christmas viewing

75. '...and the earth did not swallow him'

76. '1900'

77. '1900' - a monumental zero

79. '1900' uncut

80. '1900': It won't be Bertolucci's last tango

81. '1900': gone with the winds of change

85. '3 women' -- Altman's surreal dream

86. '30s gangsters and '40s slapstick

87. '40s melodrama 'Caught' returns

88. '5 and dime'

89. '8 Mile' high

91. 'A Yank on the Burma Road'

92. 'A Yank on the Burma Road' -- Criterion

93. 'A leaping, soaring dance show'

94. 'A slanted, cruelly middle-class-debunking film'

95. 'A thousand years of good prayers'

96. 'A woman of Paris' -- a sophisticated treasure

97. 'A.I.': mecha movie is mega mind-blower

98. 'ABCD'

99. 'Abandon'

100. 'About Schmidt' digs for the truth