Mukel Swink

Gilliatt, Penelope
August 1969
New Yorker;8/2/1969, Vol. 45 Issue 24, p46
Film Review
The article reviews several motion pictures including "Putney Swope," directed by Robert Downey Sr. and starring Arnold Johnson, "The Best House in London," directed by Philip Saville and "La Chamade," starring Catherine Deneuve.


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