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1. !@#$%* cinema Suzuki!

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

13. "Balalaika" is ringing out

16. "Birth of a nation" for London

27. "Bride" is as lovely as ever

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

32. "Cowboys," Leningrad-style

34. "Demon pond" is a stunning fantasy

36. "Despair": the ultimate form of exile

37. "Directed by John Ford"

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

40. "Effie Briest" is a brilliant movie

42. "Femme" arrives

50. "Individual fulfillment and collective achievement" an interview with Tomas Gutierrez Alea

53. "Invisible man" has not faded

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

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

60. "John and Yoko"

61. "Johnny Guitar" hits the revival trail

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

65. "King of kings" opens at Coronet

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

67. "Kinoshita"

68. "La vie de Bohème" with a Finnish lilt

69. "Lady Eve" is crackling film farce

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

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

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

84. "Objective, Burma!"

86. "Perceval": a knight to remember

87. "Pickpocket" art at New Yorker

88. "Pickpocket" bows at New Yorker

91. "Salt of the earth" returns

92. "Satan's brew" is too bitter

93. "Savage eye' at Trans-Lux

94. "Scenes from under childhood"

95. "Scum" for the big screen

100. "Summer Storm" at the Gotham