'Mrs. Miniver/ at Palace,
Merits Its Lavish Praise
Screen Drama of Wartime England
Takes Its Place Among Finest
And Most Eloquent Films
By JAY CARMODY.
“Mrs. Miniver,” the most praised motion picture in cinema history
opened yesterday at Ioew's Palace. There is nothing left for the critic
at this point but to corroborate all that has been said of it, to add his own
warmest words of acclaim and bless the screen for thus atoning for its
many and grievous errors in the past. As no other medium of expression,
the oft despised one of the cinema, tells now the story of how high cour
age ana iaun can dp wnen me near
is breaking. For the moment a
least, the movies have succeede<
where all others
have failed, in
catching the in
spiring image of
spirit in action
against the most
gers it ever
faced. It has
stated the al
in terms that
are simple and
eloquent and to
be taken to the
warmth and c»rmoa».
"Mrs. Miniver." which stars Greer
Garson and Walter Pidgeon, is the
more splendid as a piece of inspired
screen story telling in that it was
written with no such end in mind.
Jan Struther, author of the original,
wrote a series of vignettes of a
vibrant upper middle-class Eng
lishwoman in wartime. They made
good reading but. their disconnected
form left it up to four Metro
Goldwyn-Mayer writers to rewrite
them into a great movie. They met
the requirement nobly with a fin
ished script that has caught the
courage, the humor, the terror and
the tragedy of war, not in abstract
terms but in the understandable
ones of the very human hearts of
the villagers of Belham. England.
That makes ‘‘Mrs. Miniver" the
perfect picture for its times.
[ "MRS. MINIVER." M-G-M production
I sUrrin* Greer Garson end Welter Pidxton.
directed by William Wyler, produced by
Sidney Franklin, screen play by Arthur
Wimperis. Georte Froeschel. James Hilton
and Clewline West, based upon the book
of Jan Struther. musical score by Herbert
Stothart. At the Palace.
Mrs. Miniver_ Greer Garson
Clem Miniver- Walter Pldceon
Carol Belden_ Teresa Wrlaht
Lady Beldon-Dame May Whltty
Foley -Fecinald Owen
Mr. Ballard-Henry Travers
Vin Miniver_ Richard Ney
Vicar-- Henry Wllcoxon
Toby _Christopher Stern
Gladys (maid).Brenda Forbes
Judy Miniver_ Clare Sanders
Ad# (cook) _ Marie de Becker
German flyer-..Helmut Dantine
Fred -John Abbott
Simpson- Connie Leon
Horace _ Rhys Williams
! their neighbors, great, and small, the
! picture shows without apology and
not too sentimentally the class dis
tinctions which are dying in Eng
land . . . are in proportions recog
nizably true and credible.
The tone of understatement, or
of quiet statement, is constantly
present even in scenes more dra
matic than those mentioned above.
It prevails in the deeply moving
passage in which Mrs. Miniver's
daughter-in-law is killed by a bomb
fragment and in the unforgettable
one when the mother waits for her
RAF son’s signal when he flys above
their home in the darkness of a
In keeping this muted tone
i throughout the rich and varied in
| cident of his story. Director William
Wyler has caught the implication
of the quiet, high and admirable
courage of the English. Coincident
ly, he has enormously heightened
the impact of the tale he has to tell.
♦ * * *
"Mrs. Miniver” is a picture as
blessed in its cast as in its story
and director. Greer Garson has
done a superlative job in the name
role, that of a warm, pretty, simple
and great-hearted woman whose
love and courage are ample to the
most desperate demands of war.
Equally good is Walter Pidgeon, as
her easy-going, admiring husband;
Teresa Wright, as the democratic
minded niece of crusty old Lady
Beldon; Richard Ney as the Min
iver son who leaves Oxford for the
RAP; Dame May Whitty as Lady
Beldon and Henry Travers as Sta
tion Master Ballard.
They are but the principal, ones
of a large cast which has done
enormously well by one of the great
pictures of all time.
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The impact of “Mrs. Miniver” lies
In its simplicity above all its other
qualities. It answers the questions
of what happens to life in wartime,
intimate family life represented in
its smallest and in its most des
Every moment of war is dramatic,
the picture insists, and proves its
rightness in a score of ways. It is
dramatic, for instance, when pretty
Mrs. Miniver, rushing home to her
gentle, adoring husband and family,
pauses to be extravagant just once
more in the purchase of a hat. It
is dramatic when she is told by the
old station master of Belham that
he has cultivated a prize-winning
rose and named it after her at the
risk of dire reprisal on the part of
the town’s stormy old dowager.
These are passages to amuse and
charm, perfect preludes for the ones
of deeper and more deadly Impact
which are to come. Included among
the latter are so many that could
have been overdone: The night
Clem Miniver leaves home myste
riously and is gone for maddening
nays to aid in tne evacuation oi
Dunkerque; when Mrs. Miniver is
trapped in the kitchen with a des
perate, wounded Nazi flyer; when
she and her husband and the young
est Minivers spend a night of blitz
inferno in the bomb shelter while
their home above is wrecked.
The Minivers are not idealized in
to heroic proportions in these dra
matic interludes. They are people
strange to war and frightened by it,
yet brave in their faith and strong
in their sense of right. They and
Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
National—"The Moon Is Down."
Steinbeck’s play from the novel,
Starring Conrad Nagel: 8:30 p.m.
Capitol—“Calling Dr. Gillespie,”
extension of the Lionel Barrymore
series: 10:30 a.m„ 12:55, 3:15, 5:40.
8:10 and 10:45 p.m. Stage shows:
12, 2:25, 4:45, 7:15 and 9:40 pjn.
Columbia—“Miss Annie Rooney,”
the Shirley Temple sphere enlarges:
11:45 am., 1:45, 3:40, 5:35, 7:35 and
Earle—“Big Shot,” Humphrey Bo
gart in his traditional role: 11 a.m„
1:45, 4:30, 7:10 and 10 pm. Stage
shows: 12:55, 3:45, 8:25 and 9:10 p.m.
Keith’s—“Pride of the Yankees,”
Gary Cooper in the life of Lou Geh
rig: 9:30 a.m„ 12, 2:25, 4:55 , 7:20
and 9:50 pm.
Little—“After Mein Kampf.” the
rise of Hitler in all its infamy: 11:10
am., 1, 2:45, 4:30, 6:15, 8 and 9:45
Metropolitan — "Flight Lieuten
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Pat O’Brien: 11:25 a.m., 1:30, 3:35,
5:40, 7:40 and 9:50 pm.
Palace — “Mrs. Miniver.” Jan
Struther’s epic story on the screen:
10:20 a.m., 1:15, 4:05, 6:55 and 9:45
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DOTTIE’S DATE—In the jungle fastnesses of “Beyond the Blue
Horizon’’ is Richard Denning, a Tarzan-like blondish fellow
whom movie audiences are expected to admire without reser
vation. The picture returns Thursday to the Columbia.
Dorsey Band, Revised Form,
Receives Ecstatic Welcome
Tommy and Men Dominate Stage Show
And Everything at Capitol This Week,
Including Latest ‘Gillespie’ Film
By J. W. STEPP.
Whether you like It or not the hard fact is that two trumpets can
out-volume a combination of eight fiddlers, one cello and one harp at
every turn. It isn't often that one has an opportunity to ponder the
point, but this week Tommy Dorsey and his band are on the stage of
the Capitol to provide the opportunity amply. Along with several other
things that should satisfy the stormy yen of the jitterbug, the swing
i«n ana me siuucnt ui bcuusuw.
When the curtains first parted,
the stage scene for a startling mo
ment certainly resembled that of a
typical Carnegie Hall concert. But
if the recent enlargement of the
Dorsey outfit came as a surprise to
followers of the dance, it failed to
dampen ardor to any noticeable ex
tent. Stringed Instruments notori
ously are supposed to be the major
nemeses of devotees of musical
blasting, but if these energetic folk
continue to register such shrieking,
whistling indorsement as Dorsey s
band received yesterday, grounds for
that contention never again may be
That Tommy Dorsey knows well
the tastes of his followers need
hardly be mentioned at this time or
any other. Before the initial mob
dip had subsided he had signaled
his men for “Hawaiian War Chant,”
a free interpretation calling for ex
ceptional quantities of brass and
drum. This number had the effect
of needling the throng to a degree
heretofore thought impossible, or at
least improbable. “Sleepy lagoon,”
giving the nice new precision-con
scious strings one of their rare
chances for recognition, created a
lapse almost shudderingly quiet in
its restraint. But then the boys
were immediately off on things like
“Jersey Bounce,” “Well Get Set” and
‘CALLING DR GILLESPIE," »n MGM
gicture starring Lionel Barrymore, directed
y Harold S. Bucouet. Irom an original
story by Kubec Glasmon. based on the Max
Brand characters. At the Capitol.
Dr. Gillespie -Lionel Barrymore
Dr. John Gerntede_ Philip Dorn
Marcia Bradburn_Donna Reed
, Roy Tod well-- Phil Brown
Joe WaJinan_Nat Pendleton
i Molly Byrd_Alma Kruger
; Emma Hope_ Mary Nash
Dr. Carew-Walter Kinggford
Nurae Parker___ __ Nell Craig
“Tallulah” so that the rafters once
j again quivered normally.
Songs, were presented by the
popular Pied Pipers Quartet and
by Jo Stafford.
Soloists most loudly hailed were
Ziggy Elman, trumpet, who blew
himself bug-eyed on several oc
casions (loudly hailed), and Buddy
Rich, drums, who gave an excellent
imitation of nervous palpitations
with the drumsticks (loudly bailed).
Archie Robbins and aide, offer
ing wisecracks and a few good and
novel impersonations, and the danc
ing Lane and Ward team filled in
the incidental entertainment.
Hard to tell which was more
exhausted at show's conclusion—
idols or worshippers.
* * * *
As Is customary with the man
agement of the Capitol there was
provided a screen attraction, too.
"Calling Dr. Gillespie” was its name.
PI as or the stage
CROSS ROAVS ORCH.
MISTER SHAVER with OLIVE A GE0R6E
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* Columbia Picture with
OBRIEN FflM irrvrc
Gets First Kiss
, Are Sane in Film
At Columbia Theater
MISB ANNIE ROONEY ' starring
Shirley Temple, an Edwrrd Small Pres
entation. directed by Edwin L Marin,
original screenplay bv George Bruce. At
Annie Rooney Shirley Temple
Tim Rooney _. _ William Gargrn
Grandpon . _ Guy Klbbce
Marty _ __ .Dickie Moore;
Myrtle . .. _ . Peggy Ryan
Joey __Ro'and DuPree
Mrs. White_ _ __ . Gloria Holden
Mr. White _ _ Jonathan Hale
Shirley Temple, like every other
good little girl who eats her spinach
and carrots, has gTown up. She has
at least, reached the age where "first
kisses" are in order, and where the
movies, to their satisfaction, have
discovered another juvenile star j
capable of growing out of panta- I
loons and into junior miss frocks
with ease and grace. Miss Temple
—not Shirley, any longer, mind you
—may be commended for remaining i
a fresh and intelligent screen per-1
sonality, and so may Producer Ed-'
ward Small, who showed intelligence !
in keeping his starlet out of the
thick sirup of excess cuteness.
Mr. Smalls and Director Edwin
L. Marin’s sensible engineering feat
actually is not the loathsomely coy
product its title, "Miss Annie
Rooney,” would indicate. It has
its overemphasis on the speech man
nerisms peculiar to jitterbug-con
scious youngsters, but otherwise
steers sufficiently clear of the odious
to mske wholesome, harmless en
tertainment for young and feminine
movie patrons. Even the Aim's
stark naivete will not be found
other than completely Atting to Miss
Temple's personal charm.
If one were to search for the moat
outstanding qualities marking the
new Shirley Temple, her ability to
be natural would be the most arrest
ing factor. When she is being fond
of her Aim parents, she does not
register fondness in a forced, rapid
manner. When she is chastely
courting with her "Arst love,” she
does so without apparent self
consciousness, in so far as her pub
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“Her Cardboard Lover,”
NORMA SHEARER. ROBERT
Bit BE Mi. Vanan *»«.,
riUaH Alex., Ta. Ales. *707.
MARLENE DIETRICH. JOHN
AbAIIUIX Line. *010.
Healthtnlly Air - Cenditlaned.
LESLIE HOWARD. LAURENCE
“Harvard Here I Come,”
MAXIF ROSEN BLOOM ARLINE
JUDGE Firat Show at S P.M.
fflTr Annie Free Parkin*
alnlL Shew* 7 * *_1
•MAGNIFICENT DOPE.” HENRY
FONDA, DON AMEOHE, LYNN BARI
t rr A Treat far the Entire Family
■ebb Shew* 7 A *
“KID GLOVE KILLER." "SILVER
"TEN oB^IL»5SN,*]^fi WEST
POINT." MAURBB4 O'HARA and
STANWYCK, JOEL McCREA.
ASHTON S1M WUmb ■***•
"BILLY ** THE KID WANTED."
BUSTER CRABBE. AL WT. JOHN.
TABUHAof. 431*. Park'nr Inara.
JOSEPH ALLEN. JR . MARY HOW
ARD In "WHO IS HOPE SCHUYLER’
At 6:15. 8:80. GEORGE RAPT. PAT
O’BRIEN. JANET BLAIR In "BROAD.
WAY." At 7:30. 0:88._
mw Ga. Are. * Qaatae PL N.W.
OEORGE RAPT. PAT O’BRIEN.
JANET BLAIR In "BROADWAY.” At
8. 7:80. 0:40.
RBFY «*<k 4k Man Are. N.W.
•REAP THE WILD WIND” (in Tech
nicolor*, with RAY MILLAND. JOHN
WAYNE and PAULETTE OODDARD.
Doors Open at 12:30 P.M. Feature at
1:32. 4:08. 6:44. 0:20. Matinee—
Children 17c, Adults 40e. Tax In
cluded. Night—Children 22«, Adults,
B6c, Tax Included.
ATLAS 1331 * **■ N B‘ AT'S3M*
Continuous Dally (Except Sat.) 1 t<*
11 P.M Sat. 11 AM to II P.M.
"MOKEY." with the Newest Find of
the Season. BOBBY BLAKE, also DAN
DAILY. DONNA RETD. Also on Same
Program. "MURDER IN THE BIO
HOUSE’’ With PAT EhOfOtSON.
VAN JOHNSON. On State: ”OL'
FASHION AMATEUR NTTE” (at
Continuous Every Day (Except Sat.) t
to II PM. Sat. 11 AM. to 11 P.M.
"YOU’LL NEVER GET RICH." with
PRED ASTAIRE. RITA HAYWORTH.
ROBERT BSNCHLEY. Also on Same
program. "HER FIRST BEAU." with
JANE WITHERS. JACKIE COOPER.
Free Parking for 84)6 Cars.
"REAP THE WILD WIND. ' CECIL
B. DeMILUTS Technicolor Master
piece. with RAY MILLAND JOHN
WAYNE. PAULETTE OODDARD.
(Night Show Only). Shown at 6:60,
■ Matinee Only at 1 P.M. _
ZANE GREY S RIDERS OF THE 1
| With OBOROB MONTGOMERY g
Matinee—Adult* 40c. Children 17e.
Tax Included. Night—Adult a 65c.
Children 22c, Tax Included.
|) FEES PARSING.
IMS. Brad. SIM. Ah-Ceiditlened.
FOTEnMacDONALD* WLSC& Vdy;
MARRIED AN ANGEL.”
•f Time. Newsreel. Last Peak S3*.
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