April 1990
New Yorker;4/23/90, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p28
Comments on the 1946 film noir "Gilda". Suitability of Rita Hayworth's playful sensuality in the betreyal-and-revenge saga; Plot of the movie; Participation of actors George Macready and Glenn Ford; Effectiveness of Ford as a self-loathing wise guy and McReady as a Fascist Big Shot; Ability of Everett Sloane to act as the film's villain; Citation of some of the movie's scenes.


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