Oil and Troubled Waters

Kauffmann, Stanley
July 1973
New Republic;7/28/73, Vol. 169 Issue 4/5, p22
Comments on motion pictures released in the United States. "Oklahoma Crude," directed by Stanley Kramer and starring Faye Dunaway, John Mills and Jack Palance; Quality of the "Oklahoma Crude" performances and screenplay; American Jewish Committee's protest against the film and musical "Jesus Christ Superstar"; Report by Protestant clergyman Gerald S. Strober about the lyrics and the action in "Jesus Christ Superstar" that, in his view, distort or falsify the account in the Gospels.


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