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Julia Faye’s
Comeback
Begins
Once Famed Star
In Bit Role at
Paramount.
HOLLYWOOD.
SHE used to be a star, drawing a
salary that ran well into four
figures every week.
Like Dietrich, she was known
as “the woman with the most beauti
ful legs in Hollywood.’
And she once beat Carole Lombard
out of a part.
Those are a few of Julia Faye's
memories of a bygone fame as she goes
through a "bit” role in Paramount's
"You and Me” at the start of the
comeback trail.
Out of pictures for six years, this
still shapely brunette, into whose hair
a little gray is creeping, has no delu
sions of recapturing her one-time
glamour, but does believe that she
can carve herself a “second career" in
featured character role*.
Julia Faye was a “De Mille dis
covery.” She played in “The Ten
Commandments,” "The Volga Boat
man,” “Chicago.” "The Godless Cyrl”
and “Dynamite,'' to name a few of her
pictures.
Watts
(Continued From Page P-1.)
slaughts of barbarism, is not a fugitive
from life, but from some of the out
posts of death. The greatest literary
figure alive today, Thomas Mann, Is
the great representative of this group,
and his Interest Is In things that are
eternal, but he knows and has proved
to all of us that you can protect
worthy values that are eternal only by
vigilance against the ugly and cruel
ones that are temporary. Looking at
his heroic career, you will realize that
a great artist may write in an ivory
tower only If he comes out of it from
time to time to breathe in the world
about him and engage in some of its
battles. In that way lies spiritual
strength.
Thus the theater, which, like every
thing else in this universe, should sit
at the feet of Thomas Mann and learn,
can lead a happy life amid the ivory
tower joys of the musical comedy and
the drawing room comedy and the
Cinderella story only if it comes out
Into the open long enough to look at
contemporary existence and engage in
the wars required to save wpat is best
In it. With the theater in most other
nations dying as their liberties die, our
stage may furnish the salvation of
universal dramatic literature, if it
maintains its liberty of speech and Its
spiritual health.
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SUNDAY
"This Way, Please.”
Pinky Tomlin In
' Swing It. Professor.”
Bette Davis
In
"Jezebel."_
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray In
"True Confession.
Bob Burns and
Jack Oakte in
"Radio City Revels."
Dark.
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray in!
“True Confession." I
Wallace Beery and Vir-1
ftnia Bruce in "Badj
Man of Brimstone."
W. C. Fields and1
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of lfl.lsr
Humphrey Bogart
in
"8wlng Your Lady."
“Lady Fights Back.”
Deanna Durbin in
"100Men and aGlrl."
"Baroness and the"
Butler” and
"Double Danger."
Humphrey Bogart and
Louise Fazenda in i
"Swing Your Lady." 1
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray in
"True Confession."
Joan Bennett, Henry
Fonda, in "I Met My
Love Again."
John Boles and Lull
Desti in “She Mar
ried an Artist.
Joan Crawford and
Spencer Tracy in
_"Mannequin."_
Dorothy Lamour and
Jon Hall in
“Hurricane."_
Fredric March and
Franciska Ganl in
"The Buccaneer."
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray in j
"True Confession." I
Dark.
"Old Barn Dance."
Myrna Loy in
"Man Proof.”
Fredric March
in
Ant hony Adverse."
Humphrey Bogart
in
"Swing Your Lady." |
W. C. Fields and1
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of 1918.".
Judy Garland and !
Allan Jones in
"Everybody Bing." |
Dark.
W. C Fields-and,
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of 1918."
"The Last Gangster."
"Merry-Go-Round of
1918."
- -
Dark.
Dark.
Edith Fellows ancfLeo
Carrillo in "Little
Miss Roughneck." I
Claudette Colbert and
Charles Boyer in i
_"Tovarich."_[
Fredric March and
Franciska Gaal in
"The Buccaneer."
"Partners in Crime."
Bert. Lahr in "Merry
Go-Round of 1918."
Fred Astaire and
Burns and Allen in
"Damsel in Distress." j
W. c. Fields and
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of 1918." t
Mickey Rooney and
Judy Garland. "Thor
oughbreds Don't Cry."
Walter Wlnchejl and
Ben Bernie in I
"Love and Hisses."
W. C. Fields and!
Martha Raye in "BigI
Broadcast of 1918." j
William Powell and
Annabella in "Bar-:
oness and the Butler."
Dark.
Allan Jones and
Judy Garland in
"Everybody Sing."
MONDAY
"This Way. Please."
Pinky Tomlin In
"Swing It. Professor.”
Bette Davis
In
_"Jezebel."_
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray In
"True Confession."
Bob Burns and
Jack Oakle in
“Radio City Revels."
Joan Bennett and
Henry Fonda in "I
Met My Love Again."
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray In
"True Confesston.”_
Wallace Beery and Vir
ginia Bruce In "Bad
Man of Brimstone."
W. C. Fields' and
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of 10H8.”
Humphrey Bogart
In
"Swing Your Lady."
"Lady Fights Back."
Deanna Durbin In
"tooMen and aGirl."
"Baroness and the
Butler” and
"Double Danger."
Humphrey Bogart and
Louise Fazenda In
"Swing Your Lady."
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray in
“True Confession."
Joan Bennett. Henry
Fonda, in "I Met My
_Love Again."
John Boles and Lull
Desti in "She Mar
rled an Artist."
Joan Crawford and
Spencer Tracy in
"Manneouin."__
Dorothy Lamour'and
Jon Hail in
_ "Hurricane."_
Fredrlc March and
Franclska Gael in
"The_ Buccaneer"
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray in j
"True Confession.'^
Gary Cooper, Fran
chot Tone. In "Lives
of a Bengjal Lancer/;
"oid Barn Dance."
Myrna Loy in
' Man Proof.”
Fredrlc March
in
^Anthony Adverse.^
Humphrey Bogart
in
"Swing Your Lady"
IV. C. Fields and
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of 1 fi:i8._;
Judy Garland and'l
Allan Jones in |
"Everybody Sing." |
Virginia Bruce. Mel
iyn Douglas. "Arsene
Lupin Returns."_I
W. C. Fields and
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of I !).'}8."
The Last Gangster."
Merry-Go-Round of
19.18,"_
Will Rogers
in
'County Chairman."
Grant Richards in
My Old Kentucky
_Home."__
Edith Fellows andieo
Carrillo in "Little
Miss Roughneck."
Claudette Colbert and
Charles Boyer in
_"Tovarich."_
Fredric March and
Franciska Gaal in
"The Buccaneer."
"Partners in Crime."
Bert Lahr in "Merry
Go-Round of_Ul.'iS"
Fred Astaire and
Burns and Allen in
"Damsel In Distress."
W. C. Fields and
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of 1038."
Mickey Rooney and
Judy Garland. Thor
oughbreds Don't Cry.”l
Walter Wincheli and
Ben Bernie in
"Love and Hisses."
W. C. Fields and
Martha Have in "Big
Broadcast of lfliis.1 ’
William Powell and
Annabella in "Bar
oness and the Butler.”
Robert Taylor and
Maureen O'Sullivan. ,
"A Yank at Oxford."
Allan Jones and
Judy Garland in
"Everybody Sing." I
TUE8DAY
"Stale Door" and*
"King Solomon's
_Mines/^_
Bette Davis
In
_"Jezebel."_
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurrav in
"True Confession."
"Dinner at the Ritz."
Lee Tracy in “Crash
ing Hollywood.”
Joan Bennett and
Henry Fonda in "I
Met My Love Again."
Frank Morgan and*
Robert Young in
"Paradise for Three."
Nelson Eddy and
Eleanor Powell in
"Rosalie."_
W. C. Fields and
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of 1938."
Myrna Loy and
Franchot Tone in
"Man Proof."_
"Behind the Mike."
Karen Morley in
"On Such a Night."
Fredrlc March and
Franciska Gaal in
"The Buccaneer."
Allan Jones and
Judy Garland in
"Everybody Sing."_
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray in
"True Confession."
Claudette Colbert*
in
"Tovarlch."_
Wheeler and Woolsey
in
"High Flyers."_
Joel McCrea and
Bob Burns in
_"Wells Fargo."_
Dorothy Lamour and
Jon Hall In
"Hurricane."
Joan Crawford and
Spencer Tracy in
_'Mannequin."_
Frank Morgan and
Robert Young in
"Paradise for Three.”
Gary Cooper. Fran-|
chot Tone, in "Lives!
of a Bengal Lancer ' i
"You Can't BuyLuck ’i
and Park Avenue
_ Logger." _
rrearic Marcn
In
"Ant hony Adverse.’*
Charles Laughton in
• Ruggles of Red
_Gap."_
W. c. Fields and
Martha Raye in ' Big
Broadcast of lfl.'tH, |
Bob Burns and
Jack Oakte in
"Radio City Revels."
Virginia Bruce. Mel
vyn Douglas. "Arsene
Lupin Returns." ^
W. C. Fields and,
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of lfl.'IS." |
“Stage Door" and
"Crashin' Through
_Danger"_
Will Rogers
In
'^County^ Chairman."
Grant Richards In !
"My Old Kentucky 1
_Home."
Dorothy Lamour and
Jon Hall in i
_" Hurricane."_
Miriam Hopkins and
Ray Milland in 1
__"Wise Girl.”_1
Fredric March and
Franclska Gaal in
"The Buccaneer."
"Saturday's Heroes."
Irene Dunne In "High.
Wide and^Handsome
"Hitting a New High"
and "Crashing Holly
_wood."_
W. C. Fields and
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of lfl.lb."
Joel McCrea and I
Frances Dee in |
“Wells Fargo " _1
"West of Shanghai."
Jack Oakle in • Hit
tlng a New High."
W. C. Fields and
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast of_1 n:',k."
William Powell and
Annabella in "Bar
oness and the Butler."
Robert Taylor and
Maureen O'Sullivan.
"A Yank at Oxford ''
Joan Crawford and
Spencer Tracy In
"Mannequin.”
WEDNESDAY
"Stage Door" and"
"King Solomon's
Mines."
Bette Davis
In
_"Jezebel."_
Allan Jones and
Judy Garland in
"Everybody Bing."
"Dinner at the Rltz."
Lee Tracy in "Crash
ing Hollywood."
Gary Cooper. Fran
chot Tone, in "Lives
of a Bengal Lancer."
Frank Morgan and
Robert Young in
"Paradise for Three."
Nelson Eddy and
Eleanor Powell in
"Rosalie." _
Virginia Bruce. Mel
vyn Douglas. “Arsene
Lupin Returns."_
Myrna Loy and
Franchot Tone in
"Man Proof.'’_
"Behind the Mike."
Karen Morley in
"On Such a Night.”
Fredrtc March and"
Franciska Gaal in
"The Buccaneer."
Allan Jones and
Judy Garland in
"Everybody Sing."_
Frank Morgan and
Robert Young in
"Paradise for Three."
Claudette Colbert
in
“Tova rich."
Joel McCrea and
Frances Dee In
"Wells Fargo."
Joel McCrea and
Bob Burns In
"Wells Fargo."_
"Polo Joe.”
Claudette Colbert in
"I Met Him in Paris ."
Joan Crawford and
Spencer Tracy in
_'Mannequtn."_
Frank Morgan and
Robert Young in
"Paradise for Three."
Eleanor Holm Jarrett
and Glen Morris In
'^Tar7arVs_Revenge "
"You Can't BuyLuck"
and "Park Avenue
Logger.”
rrearic Marcn
in
“ Anthony Ad verse.
Charles Laughton in
"Ruggles of Red
_Gap.”_
Lee Tracy in
‘ Crashing Holly*
__wood.”
Bob Burns and
Jack Oakie in
Radio City Revels_/_’
Bob Burns and
Jack Oakie in
"Radio City Revels ”1
W, C. Fields and.
Martha Raye in “Big!
Broadcast _of_l f>:$8.” j
•'Slag** Door” and j
“Crashin’ Through
_Danger. _
Walter Connolly and
Jean Parker in
•Penitentiary.”_
Grant Richards in
“My Old Kentucky
_ Home.”_
Dorothy Lamour and
Jon Hall in i
_"Hurricane. ”_i
Miriam Hopkins and
Ray Milland in j
_"Wise Girl.”_1
William Powell and;
Annabella in "Bar-1
onessjand the Butler."
"Saturday s Heroes ”
Irene Dunne in "High.!
Wide and Handsome, i
"Hitting a New Hieh”!
and "Crashing Holly-j
_wood.”_
Robert Taylor and j
Maureen O'Sullivan. !
“A Yank at Oxford.” j
Joel McCrea and
Frances Dee in
_"Wells Fargo.”_I
"West of Shanghai
Jack Oakie in "Hit-1
ting a New High.
Virginia Bruce. Mel
vyn Douglas. "Arsene
Lupin Returns.”_j
George Brent. Olivia
de Havilland. "GoldIs
Where You Find It
Robert Taylor and*
Maureen O’Sullivan.
‘‘A Yank at Oxford.”
Joan Crawford and j
Spencer Tracy in
"Mannequin.” I
THUR8DAY
"Trouble at Mid
night" and "Holly
wood Round-up."
William Powell and
Annabella in “Bar
oness and Butler."
Allan Jones and
Judy Garland In
"Everybody Sing."
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray In
"True Confession."
Gary Cooper. Fran
rhot Tone, in "Lives
Of a Bengal Lancer."
Bob Burns and
Jack Oakle in
^Radio City Revels^
Pat O'Brien and
Wayne Morris in
"Submarine D-l."
Virginia Bruce, Mel
vyn Douglas, "Arsene
Lupin Returns."
Waiter Winchell and
Ben Bernle in
"Love and Hisses."
"Seven Sinners.”
Geo. Murphy In “The
Women Men Marry."
Joan Bennett. Henry
Fonda, in "I Met My
_Love Again."
Robert Young and
Mary Astor in
"Paradise for Three."
Frank Morgan and"
Robert Young in
"Paradise for Three."
Johnny Mack Brown
In a reissue of
“Billy the Kid."
Joel McCrea and
Frances Dee in
_"Wells Fargo."
Frederic March
in
"The Buccaneer.”
“Polo Joe."
Claudette Colbert In
'I Met Him in Paris."
Henry Fonda. Joan
Bennett, in "I MeV
_My_Love Avaln."_
Fredric March and
Franciska Gaal in
_J_The_Buccaneer ”
Eleanor Holm Jarrett
and Glen Morris in
•Tarsan's Revenge.^
“Rich Relations."
Fred Stone in
"Hideaway."
Fredric March
In
^Ant hony_ Ad verse
Allan Jones and
Judy Garland In
^ Everybody Sing."
Humphrey Bogart
In
"Swing Your Lady."
Oeorge Brent. Olivia
de Havilland. "Goldls
Where You Find It/J
Bob Burns and
Jack Oakie in
Radio City_Revels.”
William Powell "and
Annabella In "Bar
oness andthe Butler.^'
Joel McCrea and
Bob Burns in
_" Well sFargo."_
Walter Connolly and
Jean Parker In
_"Penitentiary." _
Constance Bennett
and Brian Aherne in
"Merrily _We Live."
Patric Knowles and
Ann Sheridan in "Pa
tient In Room 18.”
Sylvia Sidney and
Joel McCrea in
__"Dead End."_
William Powell and
Annabella in "Bar
oness and the Butler ."
"idol of the Crowds."
William Powell sn
_^;Double_Wedding.p
"Women in Prison.”
Gary Cooper in "Mr.
Deeds_Goes_to_Town
Robert Taylor and
Maureen O'Sullivan.
"A Yank at Oxford "
Joel McCrea and
Frances Dee in
"Wells Fargo."_
Spencer Tracy and
Joan Crawford in
_• Mannequim”_
Virginia Bruce. Mel
vyn Douglas. "Arsene
_Lupin Returns "
George Brent. Olivia
de Havilland. "Goldls
Where You Find It."
W. C. Fields and
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast_of_10:t8."
Glenda Farrell
in
"Blondes at Work."
FRIDAY
"Trouble at Mid
night” and "Holly
wood Round-up."_
William Powell and
Annabella in "Bar
oness and Butler."
Mickey Rooney "and
Lewis Stone. "You're
Only Young Once."
Carole Lombard and
Fred MacMurray in
"True Confession."
Tim McCoy in
"West of the Rain
_bow s End." _
Bob Burns and
Jack Oakle in
/[Radio C.ty Revels."
Pat O'Brien and
Wayne Morris in
"Submarine D-l."
Walter Huston and
James Stewart In
"Of Human Hearts."
Walter Winchell and
Ben Bernle in
"Love and Hisses."
"Seven Sinners.”
Oeo. Murphy In "The
Women Men Marry.’'
Mickey Rooney and
Lewis Stone. "You’re
Only Young Once."
Robert Young and
Mary Astor In
"Paradise for Three."
Charles Laughton and
Charlie Ruggles in
"Ruggles of Red Gap."
Frank Morgan
In
"Paradise for Three."
Joel McCrea and
Frances Dee In
“Wells Fargo."_
Frederic March
in
"The Buccaneer."
"Green Light."
Dolores Del Rio In
_/'Accused."_
Frank Morgan and
Robert Young in
/'Paradisefor Three "
Fredrlc March and
Franclska Gaal In
"The Buccaneer '[_
Bob Baker In
"Courage of the
_West.”__
"Rich Relations."
Fred Stone In
"Hideaway."
Fredrlc March
In
_^A n t honyAd verse
Allan Jones and
Judy Garland In
_“Everybody Sing "
Humphrey Bogart
in
“Swing YourJLad v '*
George Brent. Olivia
de Havllland 'Golrils
Where You_Find_It."
Swing Your Lady."
Miriam Hopkins in
_"Wise Glrir_
William Powell and
Annabella In “Bar
oness and^the Butler.J
Joel McCrea and
Bob Burns In
“Wells Fargo."
Dorothy Lamour and
Jon Hall in
1 “Hurricane. '
; Constance Bennett
and Brian Aherne in
_JMernly_We I.jve
William Boyd in
“Hopalong Rides
__Again.”_
Sylvia 8idney and
Joel McCrea in
“Dead End."_
! Walter Huston and
James Stewart In
| “Of Human Hearts."
“Idol of the Crowds."
| William Powell in
“Double Wedding."
“Change of Heart "
Warner Oland. "Chan
_ at Monte Carlo." _
Robert Taylor and
Maureen O'Sullivan.
“A Yank at Oxford. 1
Miriam Hopkins and
Ray Milland in
"Wise Girl."
I Spencer Tracy and
| Joan Crawford in
. "Mannequin."_
GladysSwarthout and
JohnBoles. “Romance
|_In the Dark ” _
GladysSwarthout and
JohnBoles. "Romance
I_in the Dark."_
W. c. Fields and
Martha Raye in “Big
Broadcast of mug "
Dolores Del Rio In
“International Settle
_ment."
SATURDAY
"The Singing Outlaw."
Weldon Heyburn in
_"The 13th Man."_
Warner Oland In
"Charlie Chan at
_Monte Carlo."
"Hawaiian Buckaroo"
and
_"I Wag a Spy."
"Headin' East" and
"Beg. Borrow or
i_Steal."_
John Wayne
In
"Adventure's End."
Oene Raymond and
|Ann Sothem in "She's
l Oot Everything."
"Black Doll" and
"Sec O'Reilly to
I_McNab."__
Wayne Morris and
Priscilla Lane, "Love.
Hcnor_and Behave."
"Blonde Trouble "
TexRitter. "TexRiries
With Boy Scouts.
"Borderland.”
Lewis Stone in "The
I Man Who CrledWolf."
Judy Garland, Mickey
Rooney. "ThorouBh
_breds Don't Cry/;_
Paul Muni In
"The Life of Emile
_Zola."_
Bob Burns an'd
Jack Oakie in
"Radio City Revels ”
Oene Arty In "Public
Cowboy No. 1.” Also
Charlie McCarthy
Bob Baker and Lois
January in "Courage
of the West.;;_
Frank Morgan In
"Beg. Borrow or
_Steal."
"Green Light.”
Dolores Del Rio In
_' 'Accused/'
"Non-Stop New York"
and "She's Got
__Everything."
"You're Only Young
Once" and "She s Got
_Everything " _
Richard Dlx in
"It Happened In
Hollywood.”
"Call Mesauiteers"
and
"The Lady Behaves."
Fredric March
in
J^Anthony Adverse.^
"Daniel Boone "
Ann aneridan in ‘ Pa
tient in Room 1 R.”
"Sh! The Octopus!”
John Wayne in
"Born_to_the West.”
"Love oil a Budget”
and "Penrod and His
Twin Brother.”
"Swing Your Lady.”
Miriam Hookins in
"Wise Girl.’J_
Wayne Morris and I
Priscilla Lane. "Love, j
Honor and Behave."
"And Sudden Death.”
Buck Jones in Boss
ofLonelv Valley."
Dorothy Lamour and
Jon Hall in
_"Hurricane ”
Constance Bennett
and Brian Aherne in
"Merrily We Live.”
Mae West and Edmund
Lowe in "Every Day s
_a Holiday "
"Rolling Caravans."
Jack Holt in
Trapped by G-Men.”
Humphrey Bogart and
Frank HcHuah in
“Swing Your Lady.”
"Midnight Madonna”
and "Courage of the
i__West ”
Change of Heart.”
Warner Oland Chan
_at_Monte Carlo."
Robert Taylor and
Maureen O'Sullivan.
“A Yank at Oxford.”
"Patient in Room I R."
Nan Grey in
"The Black Doll.”_
"You're Only Young
Once" and "Hoily
_wood Round-up.”
Jackie Cooper
in
"Boy of the 8treet«.”
Jane Withers and
Stuart F.rwin in
_"Checkers.”_
W. C. Fields and
Martha Raye in "Big
Broadcast_of_lP3R ”
Mickey Rooney and
Lewis stone. "You're
I Only Young Once."
Heffernan
(Continued From Page F-l.)
Bette Davis and her mother. Mrs.
Ruth Davis has been a silent partner
in Bette's long struggle for both stage
and screen recognition. When Bette
can't answer a question about her
self she invariably says: "Call mother.
She’ll know. She does most of my
thinking for me, anyhow.” Mrs. Davis
actually does a lot of Bette’s think
ing, planning and has a hand in her
financial affairs.
The Cagney brother partnership is
paralleled in importance only by that
of the Bing Crosbys. Jimmy’s brother,
Bill, who started out to be an actor,
settled down several years ago and de
voted himself exclusively to managing
Jimmy’s affairs. He is regarded to
day as one of the shrewdest agents in
Hollywood.
A few years ago, when it became
apparent to Bing Crosby that he
seemed headed toward quite a career,
he took on two brothers, Everett and
Larry, and his father in organizing a
company known as Bing Crosby, Inc.
It handles a bit of everything that
may do the Crosbys some good in a
financial way.
Dick Powell and Richard Dix prob
ably have more relatives than most
screen folks. Dick has often said he
has a "million of 'em” and events
seem to prove that he has at least a
good many. Dix has about 15 depend
ents scattered over the country and
his father. Ernest Brimmer, is kept
active and happy managing five apart
ment buildings his son owns.
Jack Benny is surrounded by rela
tives in various capacities. His wife,
Mary Livingstone, has a brother, Hil
lard Marx, on the pay roll as Jack’s
secretary, and her sister, Babe, is an
assistant. Grade Allen and George
Burns depend a lot on George’s broth
er, Bill, who manages their radio and
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Rumba to inspiring music in the ARTISTIC
atmosphere of the
Caaellis Dance Slndics
724 11th 8t. N.W. District 1673
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and Friday. 9 to 11:30
Beginners’ Class Tuesday and Friday at
7 and 8 p.m.
Prlrate Lessens by Appointment
ARE YOU EMBARRASSED
at Social Functions?
TO LEARN how to dance cor
rectly and gracefully la
easy at Leroy H. Thayer Studios.
Expert private Instruction under ex
pert instructors will give you suave,
smooth dance poise in a few pleas
ant lessons.
Come in Between 10 and 10 for a
Complimentary Guest Lesson and
Dance Analysis
' Leroy H. Thayer
1215 Connecticut Avenue
MEtropolltan 4121
picture affairs and makes himself a
general balance wheel.
Many actresses depend on mothers.
Kay Francis, Olivia de Havilland, Joan
Fontaine, Anita Louise, Eleanore Whit
ney. Mary Carlisle, Anne Shirley and
Ginger Rogers are a few. Following
in the footsteps of the screen's first
famous mother, Mrs. Charlotte Pick
ford, who managed Mary's affairs so
successfully, they act as contact ad
visers and counselors on love affairs
and investments. Little Miss Shirley
is building a $50,000 trust fund lor
her mother—because when Anne was
3 years old her mother refused a $50.
000 adoption offer from Director Her
bert Brenon.
Mothers are also involved in the ca
reers of several famous screen sons.
Nelson Eddy and his mother are insep
‘He is deeply a part of the culture and
backrround of Chopin himself.”—N. Y.
Times.
STOJOWSKI
ALL CHOPIN PIANO RECITAL
Sulsrave Club, Thors. Eve.. Mar. 31,8:15
Seats, *1.10. *'».'»n, at Mrs. Dorsey s.
1300 G (Droop's). NAtional 7151.
TOWN HALL
WERRENRATH
roneert-Ieeture
"The Story of American Son*"
Rialto Theatre—Sun. Eve., 8:15 P.M.
Tickets. 75e, SI. SI.35
At the door and the Mayflower Hotel
Constitot'n Rail, This After’n. 4 p. m.
si CVAIinBD ^ ALL-CHOPIN
ALcXANUtrt PIANO RECITAL
BRAILOWSKY
Seats: S1.10. Sl.SK. *2.20, Inel. tax.
Box Office at Hall Opens 10 A. M.
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Make a Date for
SUNDAY DINNER
At Wnrltj'i, and break the no- Z
notnny of preparing meal* at home Ij
Choice of 15 Delicious Entrees
Comprising Sea Foods,
' Chops, Steaks, Fowl,
etc.
75c to $1.25
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Daily, 50c to 75c
arleij’sSe&Food
ESTAURANT •
418 ll^ST.N.W. •
areos/rr twikmimh
Wine*—Beer—Beverages—Eat. 1898
arable. So are Milton Berle and
Queenie Berle. who has managed the
comedian's affairs throughout his life
on stage and screen. Fred MacMurray
recently bought a large apartment
building so his mother wouldn’t find
time hanging on her hands. She col
lects the rents and acts as overseer.
So, on the whole, relatives of the
movie great aren't doing so badly. Only
occasionally does a player make a liar
Sightseeing
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Cianelli a
Versatile
Actor
Has Sung in Opera
And Studied
Medicine.
HOLLYWOOD.
CTING Is one field In which
versatility is valuable. And
versatility explains much of
the success of Eduardo Cian
nelli, who was practically unknown to
film fans a year ago but today Is one of
the screen's leading “heavies.”
For being a film villain is by no
means the limit of the slender Italian's
accomplishments. He has been a suc
cessful opera singer, both in Europe
and this country. He is equally suc
cessful as a playwright and author, is
a graduate physician, scored on
Broadway in musical comedy as well
as in such dramas as "Winterset” and
in comedies such as “Reunion in
Vienna.”
His varied experiences, however,
have been of vast use to him in his
acting. When he played the part of
an opera impresario in "Hitting a
New High” he found his own operatic
training helped greatly in giving a
convincing performance. And when
he had one of his finest stage roles as
Dr. Agramonte in “Yellow Jack” on
Broadway his earlier medical career
enabled him to make the part realistic.
The thoroughness with which he
studies his roles also has much to do
with Ciannelll's success. This thor
Cecil B. De Milie's Great
"KING OF KINGS"
Two showings only, Sunday 4:30 Cr 7:45
Admiagion Free
First Congregational Church
IQIh t r, H. N.W.
[WEDNESDAY Constitution I
TTM/nuifMl Hall. S:30 PM ■
NATIONAL SYMPHONY
Hans Kindler, Conductor
SoloiNt:
Richard Crooks, Tenor
Final Mid-Week Concert of Seaton!
Tickets. -tOe to S2..VI. Now on Sale
lulitit r.arflnrkel A Co. Store., NA.
1.110. r. C. f annel. Mar.
Announcing • •
The Reopening of
20 Mile* North of Washington
on Georgia Ave. Extended
FOR THE 1938 SEASON
ON SUNDAY
APRIL 3rd

OWNED AND MANAGED BY
CLARA MAY DOWNEY
N. Y. GRAND OPERA CO., INC.
t EVENING PERFORMANCES—CONSTITUTION HALL. 8:30 P M
Apr. 27 MADAME BUTTERFLY_»pr. 28 IL TR0VAT0RE
WITH ARTISTS FROM THE METROPOLITAN OPERA CO.
ROSE ARMAND
BAMPTON TOKATYAN
CARLO ROSA
MORELLI TENTONI
8IDNEY JOSEPH
RAYNER SSL ROYER
ORCHESTRA A CHORUS FROM THE METROPOLITAN OPERA CO.
TICKETS—*4.40, *3.30, *2.75. *2.20, *1.10. T. Arthur Smith Bureau, 910 G St. N. W.
in Wltt-HamiU Music Co. NA. 3700
LYRIC COLORATURA April 5. 8:45—Constitution Hall
April 2_9 P, M. rialto EU8ERE 0RMAN0Y, Conducting
Ticket*. 82.20, $1.65, *1.10. ^^Arthnr JOHN CHARLES THOMAS, Soloist
8mlth Bureau. 010 G St.. Witt-Hamlii. NA. Program: RarhtVrrii; Rrethorm; DrFalla
*700, and Daria Dru« Store, 11th * C 8t. Reate. *2. *2.50. *2 75. *3. T. Arthor Smith,
910 G St. Witt-Hamill Music Co.. NA. 3700
I
B Night*, 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50.
B e. . « * Sat" 30c> *100. $1.50. $2.00 (plus tax).
B ^^Is^ScUl^Througl^Sa^Aprll^Jnchidin^unrtay^lrhtAprllS.
I BEGINNING MONDAY, APRIL 11
I Popular Matinees Wed. & Sat.
I | "Glltftrlng!" "Smart!" "Fascinatfng!" "Funny" |
ffiiWOMEN'
■ •jwrfnrtffcwfli *''??>**“*' »°<>™ jo'l'li&tit*
B CAST OR 40 —ALL WOMEN
1 1 THE SMASH STAG! HIT THAT HAS I
If the WHOLI WORLD TALKING I
B ®VE8., Orch., *2.75; Bale., $2.20, *1.65, *1.10; 2nd Bale., 55c.
B Wed. A Sat. Mata., 55c, *1.10, *1.05, *2.20 (Inch Tax.)
HR nesra enclose .elf-addressed stamped MTiliM with
B nail ardar remittance.
B SEATS AT ALL PRICES ON EUELIC SALE!
oughness Is perhaps his foremost char
acteristic, for he knows the mechanics
of acting and drama perfectly, and
has used this knowledge in writing his
many theatrical articles and his plays
including "Puppets and Passion" and
"Foolscap.” both of which have had
extended runs in this country.
In person he is quiet and almost
retiring, but he has a nice sense of
humor and can—and does—talk bril
liantly on a wide variety of subjects,
with an amazing fluency and com
mand of English, although he didn't
know a word of the language when he
came to this country. He is happily
married to an American girl whom he
met soon after his arrival.
Ben Blue Travels.
Ben BLUE, dancing film comedian,
is to leave Hollywood for a per
sonal appearance tour that will take
him to leading Eastern cities as soon
as his role in his current picture,
"Cocoanut Grove,” starring Fred Mac
Murray, is completed.
Following his appearance in New
Yc^k, Blue will show in Chicago, De
troit, Philadelphia, Washington and
possibly one or two other cities.
THEATER PARKING
6 P.M. TO ^ _
1 A.M. 33®
CAPITAL GARAGE
w&r fredrTc
y^ MARCH f"
5INTH0NS ADVERSE
OLIVIA de HAVILLAND
I DOORS OPEN TODAY !:»• P. M.
WALT DItNET'l
sssow wiaati
AND THE
SEVEN DWARFS
AND a NEW EDITION OT
"THE MARCH •* TIME"
KATHARINE HEPBURN
and CARY GRANT in
"BRINGING UP BABY"
British Film Lads
Are Plentiful. t
JNTERESTING 1* the fact there ar«
more than 100 British boy actors
available for films in Hollywood. Di- ,
rector Sam Wood made the discovery ■
when he sent out a call for English
boys with natural accents from which
to select a group to appear with Fred
die Bartholomew in "Lord Jeff.” The
boys have to work in scenes in the
nautical school of the Barnardo
Homes, a British institution for train
ing youngsters.
TRANS-LUX
AUSTRIA COUP—SPECIAL
HITLER ENTERS VIENNA
^ SPECTACULAR, EXCITING fJZT.J
SHORT SUBJECTS |/3£|
SgjjjS
^ NOW SHOWM^r
BETTE LAWN
DAVIS PARTY
in Hit Grmtiit Putun D C II C
IC7CDCI IlLtuL
mt* Aunr Jemima
Warvt Rrm Tnumph AKD 07He"
With
Henry Fonda
Geo. Brent
^—i
mmsm
N NOW SHOWINS V
EDW. G. ROBINSON
In U arviEt Bro* Comrdy
j “A SLIGHT CASE Of MURDBT
JBM5L
NOW !
A Barnum and Bail if I
0/ Entirtainmint
SHIRLEY TEMPLE
im m Strmmmltmdj, ft hy* tumid |
"REBECCA OF /
« SUNNYBROOKFARM" te
B ft«*4*lpk S<«H B
■ J««k Halay • Gloria Stairt .||
■ (p£uO- ON STACE
B Count Stuu tia!r / %
■ 'SPICES Of 1938n?4S )
M with 50 STAHS \ 68 o??h /
Doora Open 1:3Q P.M.N^
ACADEMY °' p,r&1 PT.nt0Dlly
E. Lawrence rhillips' Theatre Beautiful
Continuous from 2:00 PM.
PINKY TOMLIN in
“SWING IT, PROFESSOR.”
“THIS WAY, PLEASE,”
With CHARLES BUDDY" ROGERS
BETTY GRABLE and MARY LIVING
STONE_
PARDIINA llth A N- c Ave SE
tAI\UUHA Air-Conditioned
DEANNA DURBIN In “lOn MEN AND A
__ GIRL/’ and "THE LADY FIGHTS BACK^
PIPpI r Home of Mirronhonic Sound
V/11\V/L*C Penna. Are. at 21 at St.
Matinee* Tue*.. Thur*.. Sat.. Sun.
HUMPHREY BOGART LOUISE FAZENDA.
SWING YOUR LADY." News._
DUMBARTON Air-Conditioned I
JOHN BOLES and LULI DESTI in "SHE
MARRIED AN ARTIST." Also News and
Comedy.___
FAIRLAWN “ Air-Conditioned*”’ j
JOAN CRAWFORD. SPENCER TRACY In
"MANNEQUIN."_
CONGRESS Portland St. S*E. i
JOAN BENNETT and HENRY FONDA In
_ I MET MY LOVE AGAIN.__
I inn 3227 ** n.w.
LitAJ Double Feature
MYRNA LOY. FRANCHOT TONE and
ROSALIND RUSSELL In “MAN-PROOF
Also GENE AUTRY in "THE OLD BARN
DANCE."
1 ITTI F 60S 9th St. N.W.
L>I 1 I LL Air-Conditioned
FREDERIC MARCH In
“ANTHONY ADVERSE.’*
PRINfTCC 111# H St. N.E.
* Double Feature
EDWARD ROBINSON in "THE LAST
GANGSTER." Bert Lahr in "MERRY
GO-ROUND OF lfl.MS "_
Ctrn 82,4 Georgia Are.
Silver Sprinc. Md
Continuous from 2:00 PM.
"TOVARICH." With Claudette Colbert and
_CHARLES BOYER._ _
CTANTHN 8,h »"<• G Sts. N.E.
Ml/Vlv lvllv Finest Sound Equipment
Continuous from 2:00 P.M.
“Merry-Go-Round of 1938,”
With BERT LAHR. JIMMY SAVO. BILLY
HOUSE and MISCHA AUER.
“PARTNERS IN CRIME.”
With LYNNE OVERMAN and ROSCOE
_KARNS.
TAKOMA Butternut Sts.
InlVUlTl/t No Parkin* Troubles
Continuous From 2:00 P.M.
WALTER WINCHELL and
BEN BERNIE in
“LOVE AND HISSES.”
_Select Shirt Subiecta._
HIPPODROME
DOROTHY LAMOUR in
“HURRICANE.”
_Also March of Time.___
PAMCn MT. RAINIER. MD.
I.AIT1E.U Cont. 2-11 p.m.
HUMPHREY BOGART in
“SWING YOUR LADY.”
P* Feature Approx. 2:00. 3:50, 5:50.
C/3 7:45,_0:4O,______
3 ARCADE
— BOB BURNS in
>■ “RADIO CITY REVELS.”
M Feature Approx. 2:00. 3:50, 5:40.
ar 7:35. 9:25>-__
5 RICHMOND Tomor.^PueaT I
53 WILL ROGERS in
“COUNTY CHAIRMAN.”
9 RFFn ALEXANDRIA. VA.
_ nLLD Tomor.-Tues.-Wed.
§ GRANT RICHARDS in
*3 ‘My Old Kentucky Home.’
2 Free Purging Space—SOQ Cars._
£ MU A ROCKVILLE. MD.
• a miLU Cont. 2-11 P.M.
O W. C. FIELDS in “BIG
BROADCAST OF 1938.”
Feature Approx. 2:30. 4:50, 7:10,
MARLB0R0lPcpoEnfM2AriL^0
HUMPHREY BOGART in
“SWING YOUR LADY.”
- Feature Approx. 2:00, 3:55, 5:45.
7:40. 0:40.
STATE BETHESDA Betheada? Md. I
FRED ASTAIRE,
BURNS and ALLEN in
“DAMSEL IN DISTRESS.”
Shown 2:30, 4:45, 7:00, 9:15.
AMBASSADOR kT
BETTE DAVIS Tn 'TEZEBEL ” Shown
at ^ 4 50. 5:40-_, :40. P.40.
AP01 LO .L8S4 H St. N.E.
rtt V/LLU Phone Line. 3375
Matinee. 2 00 P.M
Mnfel . LOMBARD FRED Mar
3tKSE A m 'TRUE CONFER
SION Shown at 2. 3:55. 5 45
N 45- March of Time. New?
AVAI ON 561£.Conn- Ave. N.W.
A V Cleveland 2600
Matinee. 2:00 P.M
0 CA5pLE U>MBARn FRED Mac
= -; SRAY >n "TRUE CONFER
s» AVE. GRAND61 li^e ^oo®^
WS . Matinee. 2:00 P.M.
"2 *nmi'pvE BEERY and VIRGINIA
»£■ =™££"V,.RAD MAN OF BRIM
STONE Shown at 2. 3 50 5 50
= _liSL *'-40._Also Short Subject^
“? CAIVFRT Wisconsin Arc
VMLItRl Cleveland 2345
e „ Matinee. 2:00 P.M.
" W U FIELDS. MARTHA RAYE jn
'BIO BROADCAST OF 1P3B
_Shown at 2. 3:55. 5:50. 7:45. i> 4n
c/a CFNTRAI £*» »•*> ».w,
UWi 1 IVnL Phone Met. 2811
B. Matinee. 2 00 PM
U WILLIAM POWELL ANNABELLA
Em i" BARONESS AND THE BUT
LER. Shown at 2. 4:35. 7 10
FRESTON FOSTER ' lr.
UJ _3^^5/s*50?ER" Bh0W"
X COLONY 4935 G»- Ave. FC.AV
U tuLU|1J1 .. Geo. 8500
1 Matinee. 2:00 P.M.
. CA£RJ£.,VOMBARD FRED Mae
C/3 «tSkRAV =v.m TRUE CONFER
^ SION. Shown at 2 °0 4 !<
O T:4S- 9 3». Also Short 8uiv
M HOMF 123cTc~St.~ NT.
00 nv/ITlD Atlantic 8188
Matinee. 2:00 P.M.
FREDRIC MARCH. FRANCISK •
Jv gAAL in • THE BUCCANEER
W * Shown at 8:15. 4:36. 8:55. p --
25 PFNN 850 Pa. Avenue S.L
4 Eilviv Lincoln 2179
* ,,, Malinee. 2:00 P M.
>< W C.Fra,D6 MARTHA RAYE in
>ZZ „PIG BROADCAST OF 1938
Mg . Shown at 2. 3:50. 5:40. 7:35, 0:£3,
SAVOY a#j» 14th st. m.
v U I Phone Col. 4088
_ _ Matinee. 2:00 P.M.
e EDITH FELLOWS. LEO CARRILLO
o in "LITTLE MISS ROUGHNECK "
*•» Shown at 2 3:55. 5:10 8 40.
hl.i. 0:3:1. Three Stooces_Comedy.
15 SHERIDAN
ei. _ Matinee. 2:00 P.M.
FREDRIC MARCH. FRANCISKA
go GAAL In "THE BUCCANEER
S' Shown at 2:10. 4:35, 8:55. 8:25.
o£ _Newsreel._ _
£® TIVOII 11 th 8t. A Park Rd .N.W.
5= 1IVUL1 Phone Col. 1800
w® Matinee. 2:00 P.M.
.£ W U FIELDS. MARTHA RAYE
o DOROTHY LAMOUR in ■ BIG
h, BROADCAST OF 1938." Shown at
2, 3 n5. 5:50,_72_45._(C4ft_New|.
UPTOWN Uann- Aye. and Newark
UriVTVIl st. N.W. Cley. 540*.
Matinee. 2:00 P M
WILLIAM POWELL ANNABELLA "
in_ BARONESS AND THE BUD
UER Shown at 2. 3:55. 5:4S.
__‘ -US. 0:3.i Also March ot Time.
YORK £■*• *v(- and Quebec
iv/ruv Place N.W.. Col. 4818
... Matinee. 2:00 P.M.
ALLAN JONES JUDY GARLAND In
"EVERYBODY SING." Shown at
—Otbbtma
NEWTON 12tV.?VKwt
“EVERYBODY SING,”
JUDY OARLAND. ALLAN JONES
2 JESSE THEATER 18 Sta^Nd?.*1**
3 “TRUE CONFESSION,”
■H CAROLE LOMBARD, FRED MaeMUR
0S RAY._
u SYLVAN
X “THOROUGHBREDS
S DON’T CRY,”
■“ MICKEY ROONER. JUDY GARLAND
M PALM THEATER
Tomorrow
"ARSENE LUPIN RETURNS," VIR
GINIA BRUCE. MELVYN DOUO
LASS,
ARLINGTON, VA.
WII30N 1720 Wilson
It IWUlt Opp. Colonial
Tomorrow—ROBERT TAYLOR an
REEN 0'8ULLIVAN In "A YA
OXFORD." .
ASHTON Clarendon. T*. ft
Tomorrow—JOAN BENNETT and HENRY
FONDA In T MET M~Y LOVE AGAIN "
FALLS CHURCH, VA.
STATE nwobSSsg LEE
TODAY TOMORROW
W. C FIELDS and GARY COOPER and
MARTHA RAYE In FRANCHOT TONI
"BIO BROADCAST In "LIVES OF A
OF 1938.” BENGAL LANCER."

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