'The Prize': THR's 1963 Review

'The Prize': THR's 1963 Review
On Dec. 25, 1963, Roxbury-mgm unveiled the 135-minute film The Prize, starring Paul Newman, Edward G. Robinson and Elke Sommer. The Hollywood Reporter's original review, headlined "'The Prize' Is Amusing and Absorbing Film With Strong Box Office Assets," is below. 

MGM's The Prize should be just that at the box office; a funny, suspenseful, romantic film of exotic situations and settings. The Pandro S. Berman production is based loosely on the best-selling novel of the same name; it retains its assets while discarding its drawbacks. Wisely, the story has been attacked from a satirical approach, to ...
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