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What’s What and Where _ - Attractions Soon to Be Seen in Washington Theaters _ “The Misleading Lady” National Players, Next Week. COR the new week commencing next r Mondav the National Players will offer “The Misleading Lady,” a farce which seems perennial in its longevity. It may be remem bered that this was the tale that made a stage star of Lewis Stone and attracted the at tention of movie ! magnates to that degree that they tendered him an offer in the movies, k which he accepted. I The theme of l“T h e Misleading ■ Lady” deals with Ithe propensities of la cute youngster, Iwho, to test her 'acting ability, agrees with her j manager to win a j Cllffard Brook*. proposal from a fervid young man be- : fore the night is over. There is a week i •nd gathering at this particular house. PHOTOPLAYS AT WASHINGTON THEATERS NEXT WEEK ’maym' Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday _ DenntsKing - in Demils - Klns: In Dennis King m Winifred Westover Winifred Westover Harry Richman in Buddy Rogers Amkocc'wlnr “The Vagabond • The Vagabond “The Vagabond In in Puttm on the in AulDaSaUQOr Ktn(t • King." King.” “Lummox.” “Lummox.” Rit*. “Young Eagles.” ISth A Colombia Rd Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Vltaphone varieties. Vltaphone variety. n “ Lawrence - Tibbett Lawrence Tibbett Joan Crawford Joan Crawford Marlon Davies Rin Tin Tin Monte Blue Annlln m in m in in in in g-apvaaw . e p Bong .. .. xhe Rogur song.” “Montana Moon.” “Montana Moon.” “Not So Dumb.” “Man Hunter. “Isle of Escape ” «*4 B *t. N.E. Comedy. Comedy. Vitaphone variety. Vltaphone variety. Comedy. Vltaphone variety. Vltaphone variety. . Joan - Crawford Joan Crawford Alice White in Alice White in Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Buster Keaton Dorothy Gulliver' Avalnn in in “Bhow Girl in “Show Girl in in in in XIVaIUU “Montana Moon.” “Montana Moon.” Hollywood.” Hollywood.” “The Careless Age. “Free and Easy.” “Troopers Three.” MI2 Conn. At*. Vltaphone variety. Vltaphone variety. Comedy. Comedy. Vitaphone variety. Comedy; Vltaphone variety, '. _ Barbara - Stanwyck Barbara Stanwyck Buddy Rogers Buddy Rogers Chester Morris In Monte Blue Rin fin Tin Ava Grand in in in in "The Case of Sergt. in in UfdUU “Ladies of Leisure.” “Ladies of Leisure.” “Young Eagles.” “Young Eagles.” Grischa.” "Isle of Escape.” “Man Hunter.” 1145 Penna. Are. S.E. Comedy. Comedy. Vltaphone variety. Vltaphone variety. Vltaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. ' ' Warner Baxter In Warner Baxter in Joan Crawford Joan Crawford Anita Page and Evelyn Brent in l aman Dark. ”Such Men Are "Such Men Are in in Robt. Montgomery in “Slightly Scarlet ” WalllCU Dangerous.” Dangerous.” "Montana Moon. “Montana Moon. “Free and Easy.” Comedy. Serial, . Ug. Rainier. Md. Comedy. News. Comedy. News. Comedy. Act. Comedy. Act. Comedy. Serial. Vi l- William Powell and William Powell and Charles Bickford and William Haines and Carolina Pauline Starke In Hal Skelly tn Fay Wray in Vilma Bankv In Raymond Hatton Ken Maynard In Leila Hyams .. “The Viking.” “Behind the “Benson Murder “A Lady to Love.” in “Senor Amaricano.” in W nth St, S.E. Make-up.” Case.” “Hell's Heroes.” “The Girt Said No.” _ . Corinne Griffith Corlnne Griffith William Powell in William Powell in Ruth Chatterton Ruth Chatterton Edw. Everett Horton I* A l < n in “The Benson Murder “The Benson Murder in in in V.CII LI dl “Lilies of the Field." “Lilies of the Field.” Case.” Case.” “Sarah and Son.” “Sarah and Son.” “Wide Open ” «U 9th St. N.W. Vitaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. Vltaphone variety. Vttgphone variety. Vltaphone variety. Vltaphone variety^ , Warner - Baxter and Warner Baxter and Kenneth Mackenna Reginald Denny ■ Catherine Owen tn Catherine Owen in in Lawrence Tibbett in Lawrence Tibbett in Lawrence Tibbett in in- VITLIC "Such Men Are “Such Men Are “Men Without "The Rogue Seng ” “The Rogue Song.” "The Rogue Sons." "Embarrassing fl§s Pa. Are. N.W. Dangerous.” Dangerous." Women.” Woments.” George Bancroft in George Bancroft in Joan Crawford Joan Crawford Dorothy Gulliver I Alnnir "Ladies Love “Ladies Love Lawrence Tibbett in Lawrence Tibbett in In in in VOlUliy Brutes." Brutes.” “The Rogue Song." “The Rogue Song.” “Montana Moon.” “Montana Moon.” “Troopers Three.” Ga. Ave, g Farramt Vitaphone variety. Vltaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. Vitaphone variety.^ “ " Conrad Nagel and Conrad Nagel and Vtlma Banky and Lawrence Tibbett and Lawrence Tibbett and William Haines and Sally O'Neil and Tliiwilimwist** Lila Lee In Lila Lee in Ed Robinson in Catherine Owen in Catherine Owen in Polly Moran in Mitchell Lewis In LrlllllDariOn “Second Wife.” “Second Wife.” “A Lady to Love." “The Rogue Song." "The Rogue Song.” “The Girl Said No.” “The Girl of the 1943 Wlseenata Awe. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. News. Port." Comedy. ’ " J. Farrell MacDonald Ann Pennington Ann Pennington Alan Hale James Murray ¥7 __ Helen Morgan in Helen Morgan in in "Men Without in in in in rsiri&wn “Roadhouse Nights.” “Roadhouse Nights.” Women.” “Tanned Legs.” "Tanned Legs.” “Red Hot Rhythm." “Hideout.” Anaeo«tls- D. C. ___ —— Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. ~T : Kenneth McKenna in Marilyn Miller in Marilyn Miller in William Powell in Claudette Colbert In Ricardo Cortez and ken Maynard In karniln “Men Without "Sally.” , "Sally.” “Street ol Chance.” "The Lady Lies.” Virginia Valli In “Senor Americano.” ramuy Women.” Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. "Lost Zeppelin.” Serial. Mh Q B **■ MR. Comedy. Cartoon. News. News. Fable. Cartoon. Comedy. Cartoon. Comedy. T 1 ! 1 Greta Garbo In Greta Garbo In Clara Bow In Clara Bow in Ruth Chatterton In Nancy Carroll in William Haines and 11* . J “Anna Christie." “Anna Christie.” “Saturday Night Kid.” “Saturday Night Kid.” “Charming Sinners.” “Dangerous Paradise.” Leila Hyams in nippoarome Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. “The Girl Sa>d No.” •m (It. N.W. News. News. Cartoon. Cartoon. Fable. News. Comedy. Cartoon. in in “Show Girl in “Show Girl In “Alias French in Loretta Young in nome “Sarah and 8on.” “Barah and Son.” Hollywood.” Hollywood." Gertie.” “Hello Sister.” “Second Floor Mys lf!t> a, r at. n«. Vltaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. tery. Vltaphone. 1 Loretta Young In Mary Brian and Mary Brian and Ann Harding in Kit Carson in J_______ Dark. “West of Mojave.” "Careless Age.” Gary Cooper in Gary Cooper in “Her Private Life.” “Riding Wild.” mgomar Comedy. News. Comedy. “Only the Brave.” “Only the Brave.” Serial. Comedy. Aiannfrla. Ts. Cartoon. Cartoon. Fable. Cartoon. Fable. Comedy. News. ——- join Crawford In Joan Crfwford in Lupe Velez in Lupe Velez in Frank'Fay and Frank Fay and I aural Dark. “Montana Moon.” “Montana Moon.” ••‘Tiger Rose.” “Tiger Rose.” Armida in Armida in Jbatircl Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. “Under a Texas “Under a Texas Act. Act. Act. Act. Moon.” Serial. Com. Moon.” Serial. Com. I iliarfit “Such Men are "Such Men are "Lost Zeppelin." "Lost Zeppelin.” “Lady to Love.” Leila Hyams in "Roadhouse Nights.’’ LtlDeny Dangerous." Dangerous.” Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. “The Girl Said No.” Comedy. Cartoon. lilt N. Capitol gt. Comedy. Comedy. News. News. Cartoon. Cartoon. Serla’. Jack Holt and Jack Holt and . Lois Moran Marie Prevost and Danmasa Bebe Daniels in Bebe Daniels Id Ralph Graves Ralph Graves Duncan Sisters in in Malcolm Trevor rrincess “Rio Rita.” “Rio Rita.” in in, “It s a Great Life.” “A Song of Ken- in , l)( ts as n ■ “Flight.” _ “Flight." tucky.” Night Parade." - Greta Garbo in Greta Garbo in A1 Joloon In A1 Jolson In A1 Jolson in Norma Terris and D* 1 Dark. “Anna Christie.' “Anna Chrlatie." “Mammy.” “Mammy.” “Mammy.” J. Harold Murray in KlCnmOIlU Comedy. Cartoon. Comedy. Cartoon. Comedy. Comedy. Comedy. “Cameo Kirby.” sinsstrls. Fa. News. News. News, Comedy. News.- '■ 1 Loretta Young and Loretta Young and Nancy Carroll James Murray Winnie Llghtner In Hoot Gibson Constance Bennett C____ T Grant Withers in Grant Withers in in in “She Couldn't Say in In SHVOy “Second Floor Mys- “Second Floor Mys- “Bweetie.” “The Hide-Out." No.” “Courtin’ Wildcats.” “Rich People." MM 14th tt. N.W. tery.” Vitaphone. tery.” Vltaphone. Comedy. Vltaphone variety. Comedy. Vltaphone variety. Comedy ~~ .. Harry Richman In Harry Richman in John Boles in John Boles In Monte Blue Monte Blue Dorothy MackaiU' T' -l; "Puttin' on the “Puttin' on the “Captain of the “Captain of the in in • In 11Y011 Rita” Rltz." Guards.” Guards.” “Those Who Dance.” “Those Who Dance.” “Strictly Modern.” 14th and Park Rd. Vitaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. Vltaphone variety. Vitanhone variety. , Cornedy. „ “ Joan Crawford Joan Crawford Ruth Chatterton Ruth Chatterton Bebe Daniels in Monte Blue Ken Maynard In Y__|. In in in in “Allas French in “Parade of tha Ivilk “Montana Moon.” “Montana Moon.” “Sarah and Son.” “Sarah and Son.” Gertie.” “Isle of Escape.” West ” H, j|ve. £ Quebec Comedy. Comedy. Vitaphone variety. Vltaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. Vitaphone variety. Comedy. Anti-Knock i *** § 400* F. 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The cast Includes the popular Bobby Nis.n: Joe Moss, a Washington boy, who plays the part, of a tramp come dian; Dorothy Glenn, the “Frisco Flash.” and a fine chorus of singers and dancers. Miss Brown and her “Jazz Babies” come to the Gayety after a run of 35 continuous weeks at the Columbia The ater. New York. A record reception is anticipated for her at the Gayety. i Westminster Players In “The Wise Cracker" Friday. 'THE Westminster Players, who suc | * cessfully presented the farce com edy entitled “The Wise Cracker," by THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. WEDNESDAY. MAY 23. IQftQ. Walter F. Swanker, will repeat the comedy for the benefit of the Church of the Reformation In the auditorium of that church, at Second and B streets southeast, Friday evening at 8 o'clock, under the direction of Earnest Kahlert. The cast will include Miss Evelyn Davis, Miss Kathryn Foltz, Miss Mar garet Payne, Mrs. Emily Mueller. Albert Latham. William Keller, Alan Sanders and Albert Mueller. Seaside Park * Opens Saturday. Saturday Seaside Park, the new beach resort on Chesapeake Bay, will open as the newest recreation place for Washingtonians. The new park, situated on high land swept by breezes from the water, replaces the old board walk and concessions at Chesapeake Beach, and Ls declared to be thoroughly modern in every respect. A beautiful new dance hall has been erected, and Joe Lorell and his famous band, from the Grand Central Palace, New York, will play there all season. All the customary amusements of Summer resorts, such as coaster dips, the whip, skooter and the like, will be in operation Saturday. In addition there will be an attractive miniature railway, a "custer ride” and one of those popular miniature golf courses that are creating such a furore. The new swimming pool will hardly be com pleted in time for the opening, but it will be available when the water is a little warmer. Parking space for automobiles is free, ! with room for 1.200 cars, and new i schedn'rs go into effect on the Chesa i peake Beach Railway Saturday. > "Chimes of Normandy,” Jewish Center Sunday. | 'J’HE “Chimes of Normandy,” a comic opera in three acts, by Robert Plan -1 quette, will be presented by the Zallp sky Opera Studio at the Jewish Com munity Center, Sixteenth and Q streets, Sunday at 8:15 p.m. r The entire production is under the personal direction of Mme. Marie Zalip sky. Eugene Shastan, who is well known as a stage director of New York, is in charge of the stage direction. Katherine Hertzberg. well known to the Washington public, will sing the leading role of SerpOlette. Henri the Marquis will be sung by Giuseppe Bruno, who is one of Washington’s most l promising baritones. Dr. Charles Gor- « don, who played the part of Gaspard | the Miser several seasons ago, again will play that part. The role of Germaine will be sung by Sara Pqterson. “Damaged Souls” Continues at the Little. «£)AMAGED SOULS,” which is being shown to woman audiences ex clusively this week at the Little Theater, on Ninth street, it is announced, will be held over another and final week for masculine audiences. •Journey's End* At Keith’s Saturday. THE screen version of R. C. Sher rill's famous play, "Journey’s End.” comes to the R-K-O Keith's Saturday. The tremendous success of the stage play Is so w-ell known that it needs no recounting. The screen ver sion of “Journey's End" is said to fol low the stage play closely and is de scribed as practi cally the play it self photographed and recorded just as it stood, with out elision in word or incident and . with only a few sequences brought into sight that were described or suggested rather than shown before the footlights. I The raid into the enemy lines led by Osborn and Ra ■•T’- / ■HHBB Colin Cliv*. leigh now becomes a visible episode, and so, too, the finale, w'here the bom bardment starts that spells the doom of the British company in the trenches before St. Quentin. There are glimpses of the action that is taking place out side the dugout, such as the enemy coming out of his trenches and moving to the attack. In the picture one detail is said to be even an improvement on the play. The picture opens with a night scene, the force of British Tommies moving up through a shell-tom town toward the first-line trenches, stumbling in the half light over a shell-torn road; the only sounds the crash of artillery and the creak and rattle of troops moving. Two Englishmen made this talker on the coast, James Whale and George Pearson, the former directing and Pearson supervising. Mr. Pearson is or.e of Briton’s pioneer producers. Colin Clive, creator of the Capt. Stan hope role in the initial London stage production, plays the lead in the talker. David Manners plays young Raleigh. lan Maclaren interprets Osborne and other important roles are played by Anthony Bushell, Billy Bevan. Jack Pit cairn. Charles Gerrard, Thomas White ly, Warner Klinger and Robert A’Dair. “Journey's End” as a picture has been pronounced one of the great screen achievements of the year. Metropolitan's Feature Dennis King in “Vagabond King.” A GLOWING, colorful romance of medieval France —the love story of the vagabond poet and patriot. Francois Villon —comes to Warner Bros.’ Metro politan Theater Friday, with Dennis King in the title role. 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Sales—Office Service-—Parts Friml. “The Vagabond King" ranks as one of the most beautiful talking and singing pictures ever produced. It is filmed entirely in technicolor, and fully re-creates the motley costumes, the regal splendors and the picturesque squalor i of Paris in the days of Villon. Supporting Mr. King are Jeanette MacDonald, O. P. Heggie, Lillian Roth, Warner Oland and a thousand other players. Great choruses boom forth the stirring strains of the vagabond songs. I Cries and the clash of arms are heard I in the thrilling scenes of battle between ! the Parisian beggars and the villainous ( Burgundians. “The Vagabond King” tells the story ; of how Villon, the poor poet, was al- j lowed by the weak French King to take the throne of France for a week. In \ those seven days the vagabond saves I Paris from Burgundy and wins the girl! he loves. Palace’s New Picture, “The Lady of Scandal.” DUTH CHATTERTON, the distin guished star, will be seen at Loew s Palace Saturday in the Metro-Goldwyn- Mayer production “The Lady of Scan dal,” with Basil Rathbone and Ralph Forbes in the supporting cast. The story, by Frederick Lonsdale, author of “The Last of Mrs. Ghsyney,” deals with Elsie, an actress,'’who con sents to marry John, a scion of English aristocracy. His father attempts to buy the girl off, and for this reason they announce their engagement, and a par ents’ plot to separate them follows. Elsie, however, captivates staid nobility by her own charming manners and ail ends happily. On the stage Michon brothers, a pair of acrobats who fall for you that you may fall for them, and Richy Craig, jr„ a smiling master of ceremonies, are presented in a Capitol Theater, N. Y„ presentation, “Varieties.” The Sidell sisters, sensational Apache dancers, and a ballet of Chester Hale girls complete the cast. The Hearst Metrotone News, short subjects, Charles Gaige at the organ and the Palace Orchestra will complete the program. “Bom Reckless” at the Fox, Unless “High Society Blues” Is Held Over. r PHE management of the Fox Theater A has not yet definitely determined whether “High Society Blues” will be retained for another week, or to replace it with “Born Reckless.” a screen ver sion of the Donald Henderson Clarke story "Louis Beretti,” with Bdmund Lowe in the title role. The latter is a story of New York gangsters, one of a series written by Mr. Clarke while cov ering police assignments for a New York daily newspaper. In either event it is expected to sup plement the feature with a Fanchon- Marco number, "Idea in Black and Gold,” with a cast of entertainers in cluding the Kemmys, Arnold Grazer, Maxine Hamilton, Lee Wilmot and the usual galaxy of Sunkist Beauties, and with selections by the Fox Orchestra and the Fox Movietone newsreel. The change of bill, if made, will start Saturday of this week. "Dumbbells in Ermine” Earle's Comic New Feature. FIRST NATIONAL and Vitaphone comedy and one of the leading dancing comics of the American stage | share the spotlight at Warner Bros. ; Earle Theater for the new week, begin ! ning Friday. The picture is "Dumbbells in Ermine,” a roaring farce, with Robert Armstrong, Barbara Kent, Arthur Hoyt, Claude Gil j lingwater, James Gleason. Mary Foy. Charlotte Merriam and other adept en : tertainers. The stage attraction is none other ! than Joe Frisco, dancer and wit, old friend of the tilted derby and the jaunty cigar, which haven’t been seen in Wash ington for several years. Frisco has made New York his abode, entertaining the natives with his inimitable concep tions of dance forms of the old Barbary Coast and employing his hat and cigar to assist him in his merrymaking. "Dumbbells in Ermine” is a laughable screen version of Lynn Starling’s big stage success, “Weak Sisters,” and shows how some clever showgirls turn the tables on a reformer and bring happi ness to a girl of Puritan environment and her prifie fighter sweetheart. Additional features will include the Pathe and The Evening Star-Universal news reels, the latter with Graham Mc- Namee newscasting the events; Vita phone Varieties and the Earle Orchestra. "Caught Short” at Columbia, A Drcssler-Moran Laughing Riot. JyJARIE DRESSLER and Polly Moran, "the foremost comedy team of the screen,” are announced by Loews Co lumbia for Saturday in the Metro- Goldwyn - Mayer laughing picture, "Caught Short.” The title was sug gested by Eddie Cantor’s well known book. Anita Page and Charles Morton also appear in the cast. It Is the story of two women whose adventures take them from the wash board at Washington Square to the big board at Wall Street and then back again. It introduces the Widow Jones and Smith with their respective off spring, Genevieve and William. Mrs. Jones, the widow of a gambler, is very conservative. Not so Mrs. Smith, who leaves cleaning up in the kitchen to clean up in Wall Street. In an argu ment over the opportunities in Wall Street they quarrel, also causing the rupture between Genevieve and William. Mrs. Smith departs for the seashore, whtte the Widow Jones goes to the stock market, where she is successful. With her daughter she then goes to the same resort at the seashore. Just as William is to be married to an actress word comes of the stock market crash and in their grief the widows are reunited, while the actress leaves William at the altar. so that he and Genevieve eventually are brought together. The Hearst Metro tone News, short subjects and the Columbia Orchestra will complete the program. "The White Hell of Pit* Pain” Features Thrills and Surprises at Rialto. JHE Rialto Theater management an nounces a surprise for the next week, starting Saturday, in what is claimed to be the most startling sen “£° n e r, eT „ fllmed 11 te called “The White Hell of Pits Palu.” and was made secretly atop the world’s greatest mountain range. The showing in Wash ington will be the world’s premiere and the film will be shown in New York at the Roxy Theater, it is announced, in the very near future. "White Hell” is described as a drama of hair-raising thrills and a powerful story. But the story is as nothing against the stark tragedy that one sees worked out by nature. Human actors are submerged by the mighty perform ance of the elements in a land far above the clouds. Aerophotography, of course, played a large part in the success of i White Hell.” and still, it is said, the audience will be continually wondering where the camera was when some of the most spectacular and breath-taking scenes ever caught by a motion picture photographer are shown. 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