PAVILION, SELSEY. A Courageous venture, unconventional both in theme and casting, is "COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA." It introduces to the screen Shirley Booth, a Broadway favourite; it offers an entirely new field for Burt Lancaster, probing a hitherto unsuspected depth of the rugged actor's multi-faced talents: and it also presents Terry Moore and Richard Jackel, a pair of young players who will rank high on any list of engaging and talented personalities. Into the drab life of Shirley Booth and Burt Lancaster comes Terry Moore, a young college student who takes room and board in their home. The proximity of her effervescent and exhuberant freshness is a constant taunt reminder to Lancaster of the life he could have had if he had not been tied to a woman who offered him nothing. The main attraction for the second part of the week is "SEA DEVILS," a Technicolor adventure starring Yvonne De Carlo, Rock Hudson and Maxwell Reed. Set in the early part of the last century when Napoleon threatened to invade Britain. the story focuses on Drouette, a beautiful girl mysteriously involved in intrigue for the espionage service of England. Drouette's mission takes her to the Channel Islands and France, and how she eludes capture and how the rival smugglers challenge for her favour, make for many thrilling adventures on land.