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Judith Crist
(1922-2012) born on
May 22
US film critic. She was film critic for "TV Guide," 1966-88; "Saturday Review," 1980-; wrote "The Private Eye, the Cowboy and the Very Naked Girl," 1968.
         
   
F
Film criticism became the means whereby a stream of young intellectuals could go straight from the campus film society into the professionals' screening room with- out managing to get a glimpse of the real world in between.

R
The critics who love are the severe ones . . . we know our relationship must be based on honesty.
A
In this lovely land of corrugated cartons and plastic bags, we want our entertainment packaged neatly . . . an attractive label on the outside, a complete and accurate detailing of contents . . . no loose ends, no odd parts, nothing left out.
N
[Youngsters] are nurtured from infancy on a Dick-and-Jane literary and artistic level; and the cultural drought, as far as entertainment is concerned, sets in when they are between six and eight.
K
Amid all the easily loved darlings of Charlie Brown's circle, obstreperous Lucy holds a special place in my heart. She fusses and fumes and she carps and complains. That's because Lucy cares. And it's the caring that counts.
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "The Private Eye, the Cowboy and the Very Naked Girl," 1968.
R: Introduction, "The Private Eye, the Cowboy and the Very Naked Girl," 1968.
A: "Hud: Unpackaged Reality," 2 Jun 1963; "The Private Eye, the Cowboy and the Very Naked Girl," 1968.
N: "Forgotten Audience: American Children," 2 May 1965; "The Private Eye, the Cowboy and the Very Naked Girl," 1968.
K: In "The Last Word - A Treasury of Women's Quotes," by Carolyn Warner, 1992.
   


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