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'Once Upon a Honeymoon’
With Grant, Ginger Rogers New Comedy at Keith’s Blends War-Romance In European Adventure By ANDREW R. KELLEY. "Oner Upon a Honeymoon," the new picture at RKO-Keith's screen rails upon a glittering array of Hollywood talent to protect a comedy that merges war and romance. Given Ginger Rogers and Cary Grant as principals, with Leo Mc Carey as producer-director, the ❖ human elements are present fnr high fun. Blending the tragedies of war with blithe laughter is something re puires great scenario skill. •'Cairo" stubbed its toe and fell flat in the efTort, and "Once Upon a Honeymoon" is often conversa tional, where more invention in situation could make it sparkle. Story has Katie O'Hara Andrew R. Krlltv. 'Ginger Rogers', a Brooklyn strip tease girl in Vienna and rourted by a Baron von Luber, one of Hitler's finger men. Pat O'Toole, an Amer ican radio commentator, can't understand why an American girl should marry an international ter mite. Thereafter Pat follows Katie on her honeymoon after a. marriage in Prague, eventually convinces her that the baron is a Nazi provocator. The bombing of Warsaw is enough, and Katie places herself under Pats protection. From Norway to Holland to Brussels and eventually to Occupied France the harassed rouple travel. In Paris, Ginger be comes a sort of Mattie O'Hara to help out American espionage, while Pat. broadcasts a message to America THEATER PARKING $Sc C PM. lo I AM. CAPITAL GARAGE 1320 N. Y. Ave., Bet. 13th b 14th !★ LOANS ★ On Diamonds, H atches, Jewelry, I Cameras, Guns, Etc. m Over 50 Years of Public Service fi noR\i\G\s | 18th end No. 1 Highwoy, jj % 1 Mile South at Highway Bridge ■ Arlington, Vo. jf Take Bus from 12th b Pa. Ave. SI LOANS 76 years of buying, selling and lending on diamonds, jewelry, etc. Libers. Loan* at Lowest Possible Rates OLD GOLD BOUGHT GOVERNMENT LICENSE Est. ISflfi E. KEIDENHEIMER loan office 1215 H St. N.W. .ALEXANDRIA. Va. NA. 1527 ★ ★ ★ HARRISON & FISHER RASHA & MIRKO TERRI LA FRANCONI PATRICIA PROCHNIK ASHA LUCAS and his violin MEYER DAVIS ± orchestra revues 8:30 Or 12:00 reservations, Nationol 4141 ' ONCE UPON A HONEYMOON'1—R KO release of Lon McCarey production, at RKO Krtth's Theatpr. S*ar Omper Ropers and Cary Grant. Features Walter Slezak Scenario by Sheridan Gibney from an original story by Mr Gihnev and 1 Leo McCarey. Musical background by Robert Emmett Dolan The Ca*t. Katie Ginger Rogers ! Pflt Cary Grant J Baron Von Luber Walter Slezak Le Blanc Albert Dekkcr i Borelski Albert Basserman Els’* , Ferike Boros i Cumberland HRrrv Shannon ; Klnnorh John Banner j that, confuses thp enemy. It. all irons out when the baron is con veniently tossed overboard while on a ship United States bound, pre sumably on a good will mission. Stars Arc Fxcellent. These top-flight, stars turn in a sterling performance since both arc adept, with the lighter mood. ; Ginger's European veneer never i fools Pat, and since both are in- i tensely patriotic their romance finds i i a common level. Those who can’t j get, enough of Ginger Rogers and j Cary Grant will adore some of their scenes, while others may feel that the task of making the screenplay topically significant burdened the Sheridan Gibney script. The supporting cast is of high quality. Walter Slezak, good Amer ican actor, makes a leering and slick Nazi menace, and some will think shares top honors with the higher powered stars. Albert Basserman is brilliant in a brief session as a Pol ish general, and Albert Dekker, as the State Department's undercover in Paris, contributes handsomely. Ferike Boros, Harry Shannon and Natasha Lytess also serve the pro duction acceptably. Picture runs about, two hours, with Director Mc Carey's task to make this lengthy footage consistently amusing. That he generally succeeds is a credit to his ingeniousness in handling a frail fiction. Chief item on the supplementary program is "Der Feuhrer’s Face.” a Walt Disney which treats the Ber lin enemy with sharp ridicule. Don ald the Duck in a bad dream is sup porting Hitler’s production program until he goes beserk over ’’Heiling Hitler." He wakes up after his nightmare in an Uncle Sam pair of pajamas, and kissing the statue of Liberty. The carton is threaded; with the song already made popular on the radio, and the two reeler has plenty of fun with the Nazi tradi tions. Tine newsreel with shots of the North African war completes a good program. tbr ^ * Ur Lt. Simmons Designed Sets. The motion picture critics of the country who have been making out “Ten Best" lists for Film Daily seem to agree that “Mrs Miniver-’ is top hole. While Walter Pidgeon and Greer Garson may eventually be • decorated for their brilliant per formances, one of the unseen heroes of the picture is now fighting in the far Pacific. It is a pleasure to toss him a sprig of the laurel. He is Lt. Taylor Simmons of the United States Army and. as a mem ber of the Cedric Gibbons scenic staff, he designed most, of the sets. Since he is now in the far Pacific, it might be pertinent, to add that Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer recognized his substantial contribution by the award of a nice bonus. Lt. Simmons is the son of a de ceased Army genera! and his mother. Mrs. Estelle Simmons, lives at Hotel 2400. is active in the Stage Door Canteen and American Women's Volunteer Service. Lt. Simmons took his preliminary training in the camouflage unit at the University of Maryland, has been in a theater of action for some months. * * * * Earle’s Double Birthday. The Earle Theater is getting ready to celebrate a birthday. It comes next Sunday, when the Thirteenth street house will be 18 years old. Vour correspondent recalls going through the new shrine while the scaffolding was still up, with Hardie Meakin, now of Keith’s, as the tour manager. The owner of the build ing was the Cosmos Theater Co of Philadelphia, with Jules Mastbaum and-Soblosley and McGuirk finan cially interested A. Julian Brylaw ski, president of the Motion Picture Owners of the District of Columbia, was general manager. Frank La Falce has been running AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. n/^ SEASONS GREETINGS TO YOU AND YOURS TLA RKO KEITH’S YjJLjiJ4 eoo.v., Romancing all over the map of Europe-on the other fellows honey moon --in one of j the screen's most j noteworthy en tertainment* GINCr.R CARY If ROGERS GRANT I IM LEO AAcCAREY’S _ | 1 MO *od«o m htivf •* 'A WALTER SLEZAK • ALBERT DEKKER ALBERT BASSERMAN ^ FJt:n G/FT TICK FT BOOKS • Srlhno n> Our Box Of hr* MAKE IT EXCITING—Wanda McKay and John Beal in a scene from the picture. “One Thrilling Night," opening today at the Pix Theater as one-half of a double feature program. The other picture is “That Other Woman” with Virginia Gilmore and James Ellison. through the records. come| up with these facts that might be regarded as milestones. The first program to be presented consisted of a number of vaudeville acts and extra added photoplay fea tures. Headlining the vaudeville bill were Harry Green and Meyer Davis. Green, who had just returned from a tour of Europe, appeared in “Tire Cherry Tree'’ and Davis featured his Le Paradis Band. The supporting bill included “Singing'’ Eddie Nel son, the Kanazawa Trio. Sinclair and Gaspard, Senna and Weber, Vlmos Westony and Eva Fontayne. In addition to the vaudeville the Earle presented on that program an exclusive issue of Kinograms, a two reel comedy, “Mons. Don't Cry" and Scenic Splendors. In charge of the Earle Theater currently are Harry Anger, manag ing director, and Fred Thomas, house manager. Since the theater first opened in 1924 many of the most famous per sonalities of the stage and screen have appeared on its stage. Among them were Mme. Ernestine Schu mann-Heink. Belle Baker, Ethel Barrymore, Sophie Tucker, George Jessell, Jim McWilliams. Eddie Can tor, Eddie Dowling, Georgie Price, Jimmy Savo, Wheeler and Woolsey, Joe Laxirie, Fred Stone. Joe Frisco. Dorothy Stone, Doris Kenyon and droves aVd droves of old-timers who were great then and scores of cur rent stars. As for Hollywood stars who walked the theater’s stage among them are Bette Davis. Ann Sheridan, George Brent. James Cagney, Bob Hope. AMUSEMENTS. Hugh Herbert, Joe E. Brown. Martha Raye, Abbott and Costello, Betty Grable, Barbara Stanwyck, Dick Foran, Shirley Ross, Wayne Morris, Chester Morris, Patricia Ellis, Monte Blue, Jack Benny, Buddy Rogers and others. You might really call this a dou ble birthday, for Warner Bros, i stepped in to acquire the house and operate it on December 26, 1928. So whether its the 15t,h or the 18th birthday, yuletide glasses can be raised. * * * * United Nations Film Program. Maxwell Anderson's “Journey to Jerusalem,” Paramount's “Ruggles of Red Gap,” Columbia's “Lost Hori zon,” Warner Bros,’ “The Life of j Emile Zola” and Walt Disney’s “Sa ludos, Amigos” will be presented during the week of December 25-30 as part of the motion picture festival sponsored by the United Nations Club and the National Archives. These programs have been planned for the benefit of citizens of the j various United Nations who are sta tioned in Washington, members of the armed forces and war workers who are unable to return home for the Christmas season, according to Mrs. Harold J. Coolidge, jr., of the United Nations Club. Uniformed members of thp wom en's organizations, such as the WRENS of England, the WAACs ind the WAVES of the United States and their Canadian, South African and Australian counter parts will serve a.s ushers at all five programs, Mrs. Coolidge stated. Most of the tickets will be distrib AMUSEMENTS. ‘Every woman has a right to one mistake... and I’m not sorry for mint!’ I ! THE MERRIEST MYSTERY IN YEARS!%©/ Something new in laughter in ^ **** gay Greenwich Village! i \ A Columbia Picture with | LORETTA BRIAN YOUNG AHERNE Errol Flynn ■ Alexis Smith » "GENTLEMAN JIM” uted by t.he United Nations Club, but a few will be available at the Na tional Archives and may be ob tained by calling in person at the Exhibition Hall of the National Archives Building, Eighth and Con stitution avenue N.W. The complete program scheduled is as follows: Christmas matinee, 3 p.m.. Max well’s Anderson's “Journey to Jer usalem.” The play made with orig inal Broadway settings and stage cast. Saturday, December 26, 6 p.m., “Ruggles of Red Gap.” Monday, December 28. 6 p.m., "Lost Horizon.” (Sha.ngri-La.i Tuesday, December 29. 6 p.m., "The Life of Emile Zola.” Wednesday. December 30. 6 p.m., "Saludos, Amigos." Picture made by Walt Disney for use by the Office of the Co-ordinator of Inter-American Affairs.” Where and When Current Theater Attractions and Time of Showing Stage. National—"The Russian People," English adaptation of the play by Constantin Simonov: tonight, at 8:30. Screen. Capitol—"The Glass Key.” dra matic rough-and-tumble with Alan Ladd: 11 a.m., 1:35, 4:20, 7:10 and 9:55 p.m. Stage shows: 12:40, 3:30, 6:15 and 9:05 p.m. Columbia—"The Major and the Minor,” Ginger Rogers goes to mili tary school: 11 a.m., 1:10, 3:20, 5:30, 7:40 and 9:50 p.m. Earle—"Now', Voyager,” Bette Davis with another psychosis: 10:45 a.m., 1:30, 4:25, 7:15 and 10:05 p.m. Stage shows: 12:45, 3:35, 6:25 and 9:20 p.m. Keith's—“Once Upon a Honey moon,” Ginger Rogers and Cary Grant, all over Europe: 11 am., 1:10, 3:25, 5:35, 7:50 and 10:05 p.m. Little—Dance Film Festival, 11 featurett.es of folk and classic dance: 11 am., 1, 3:10, 5:15, 7:25 and 9:30 p.m. Metropolitan — "Gentleman Jim,” Errol Flynn as Mr. Corbett: 11:20 a.m., 1:20, 3:25, 5:30, 7:35 and 9:40 pm. Palace — "Springtime in the Rockies,” music by Miranda. Grable and Harry James: 11:55 a.m., 2:25, 4:50, 7:20 and 9:45 pm. Pix—“One Thrilling Night": 2. 4:40, 7:30 and 10:20 p.m. Trans - Lux — News and shorts: Continuous from 10 a m. AMUSEMENTS. Hollywood Cools Off as Mellett Explains Facts Producers' Pressure Coes Down When He ' Amplifies Letter Bv HAROLD HEFFERNAN. North American Newspaper Alliance. HOLLYWOOD.—Movie producers were still huddled in conference to day, licking imaginary censorship wounds and planning stiff counter offensives to any further ''interfer ence" on the part of Lowell Mellett, co-ordinator of films for the Office of War Information. Thp producers got a letter from Mr. Mellett last week asking them to submit future war pictures' scripts to him before start of production. The Hays nffica members said the letter smacked of Federal censorship. They howled their fright and indig nation so loudly that Chief Elmer Davis of the OWI was forced to issue a statement. Mr Mellett. did also. He said it was all a mistake. The movie lads had misconstrued his meaning. Anyway, there appears no more danger of Federal censorship of movies today than five years ago and the producers are beginning to quiet down. It was merely that Mr. Mellett hit them on a particularly touchy spot. Meanwhile, members of the Holly wood press were having a malicious chuckle among themselves at the producers' terrified wail. The press despises the very thought of censor- j ship. too. Yet it was only a year ; ago that these same producers were attempting to pressure Hollywood newspaper representatives into writ ing what they (the producers) 1 wanted written about the movies, and nothing else—a bold and ill advised attempt at censorship on their own. Fortunately for the film Industry, the plan backfired and the executive _AMUSEMENTS. GALA HOLIDAY SHOW WAR SPECIALS Via Bomber STALINGRAD BATTLE ACTION Plus: ‘‘India's Temples”; Popular Science? 'Marie Alphabet”; Disney's The Sleepwalker”; WMAL NEWSCAST. Admission *£7e Tax Be Midnirht Show Saturday Z7 * CHRISTMAS^-, ^flfffr^HOLIPAY SHOWS fMns il /.. Iilni.'s “JOURNEY FOR MARGARET" TODAY* stage . .JACKIE MILES • HI, LO, JACK & DAME Seats now on Sale for The DEC. 30 GALA PREMIERE “STAND BY FOR ACTION" j geared up to do the hatchet work was relieved of his duties. It Ls a little funny, then, to see a business, that so short a time ago was at tempting to shackle the press, now screaming bloody murder Rt the very thought of some one tcensoring It. _AMUSEMENTS, ! In ■I LAST 4 TIMES! Evu. at 1:30. Sat. Mat. 2:30 THE THEATRE G1JIID pxtxt«>x KONSTANTIN SIMONOVS to RUSSIAN PEOPLE Am,ru<* .cl*i Clifford Odets i teuton kv ^ Itm., *5e. 11.75. ft.to. ft."5 Mats. A5e. $1.55. ft.to <»a* ine.) I WEEK BEG. MON.—SEATS NOWI ■mui linos*, »usi£i CXOUH fyvtlxerj qf'uftk'lt/l Present t5vV.M» ^ lOitr* MJSUMHO , ^crki Mimh! Ixm/neeiM! WITH THE 6ti#HaL NEW YORK CAST Josephine Hull • Jean Adair • John Alexander Clinton Sund berg* Wgar Stehli • Donald MKdonald Ere. Me In MTS. S»*. Mat. She ta «.?« Rarealn Wed. Mat. ASe-fl.SS (tax ine.) FIRST DANCE-FILM FESTIVAL A nllet Busse L DE MOXTE CARLOIT '**' "GAITE* PARISIENNE" and li "CAPRICCJO espagnol MOSCOW THEATER BALLET CARMAN AMAYA* KATHERINE DUNHAM PAUL DRAPER •' LA CUCARACHA I B'LL “BOJANGLES" ROBINSON AMUSEMENTS. ~wm^\Mj^errylOHaT7' SHOWING j7 BOC«.S. erw* /jo H* « H, *♦" They LAUGHED until they CRIED! TH* critic* ret* it tH* fvnm*»* Hit sittc* "It M*pp*n*d On* Nifht!‘* Joh.WMTA H0HEYM00H! t*1’’ ^ .uj^ f*r V **tf * M* *n y*wr w *d d » * f fiifklt S/G laugh rz/or / »OWAN(t O^TTHTtUN /<tO(JND]i] «'ea»o«i .✓%*]! V A*MH lUlSOk. / 3k fL r ivcTv Mfflp|3 U :^TT!IfTTR^3 C0NT.1 LtXTRO 000(0 aTT*OCTIONvJ((0| 6.ilaciia5ii^i!M^» BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS AT ANY LOCAL THEATER CAROLINA *“h * & S YANK IN THE R. a. F . ' TYRONE POW ER BETTY GRABLE Also I WAS PRAM ED," REGIS TOOMEY, JULIE BISHOP riPPI P 210A Pa. N.W. ME 0184 Vim»A«I» Matinee I P M. Cont MARSHA HUNT RICHARD CARLSON MARJORIE MAIN in “THE AFFAIRS OF MARTHA ' Feature at 1. 2:45. 4:30, ft: 15. 8:05, 0:50. All-Star Comedy. _ CONGRESS **81 «■ JAMES CRAIG and NANCY KEI.LY. CHAS WINNINGER and CHAS. RUGGLES In "FRIENDLY ENEMIES." At 7:10 and 0*0._Also Three Stooges. DUNBARTON ««'*•=—■ A _Double Big Christmas Attraction. "THE GREAT DICTATOR " Also TITANS OF THE DEEP." Photographed Under the Water. Revealing the Secret! ol the Deep lor the First Time. FAIRLAWN 1348 Gr.d S?S5 *d- 8K WALT DISNEY S Cartoon Feature In Tech nicolor, "BAMBI." Plus Newsreel Fea turette. "United We Stand." GREENBELT Adnlts. 2.5c. Free Parking CLOSED. HIGHLAND 2533 rzr„ir “* ROBERT YOUNG and JEANETTE Mae DONALP tn "CAIRO " At 7 and P.30. I inn 3227 M St. N.W WHITE ONLT. •**■»» Double Feature Program A Bi* Cnristmas Day Offering. "RIDING the WIND. ' Also "THIS GUN FOR HIRE '_ I ITT* p 60S Pth St. N.W. Lll ILL Bet. F and G. “ALBUM OF THE DANCE.” m l3th A H Sty. N W. Continuous 1-11. "ONE THRILLING NIGHT' and "THAT OTHER WOMAN.” I LOUIS BERNHEIMER'S THEATERS THE VILLAGE m2« *:■.** Phone MIrh. IP'37. “YOU CANT ESCAPE FOREVER.” GEORGE BRENT. _BRENDA MARSHALL. _ NEWTON l2U SZ NNr Phone Mleb. 1S*». “ICELAND,” SONJA HBNIE, JOHN PAYNE_ JESSE THEATER,'*,,hg,£ &* Phone DUb. MOt. Double Feature. “JUNIOR ARMY,” FREDDIE BARTHOLOMEW and BILLY HALOP “BOSTON BLACKIE GOES HOLLYWOOD,” CHESTER MORRIS and _CONSTANCE WORTH._ CYt V1H 1st St. *1. 1. Ate. N.W alia THU Phone NOrth »6S«. Double Feature. ‘ACROSS THE PACIFIC,’ HUMPHREY BOGART. MARY ASTOR “EYES IN THE NIGHT,” EDWARD ARNOLD. ANN HAP.DINO. THE VrRUflll 3707 Mt. Vernon NEWVEinnUn Are., Ale*., Va. One Block From Presidential Gardens. Phone Ale*. 3434. Free Parkin* in Bear of Theater “Desperate Journey,” ERROL FLYNN. RONALD REAGAN. BAY M Mt. Vernon Are r Ml* FI Ale*. Va. Ale* 07«7 “THE WAR AGAINST MRS. HADLEY,” EDWARD ARNOLD. FAY BAINTER ACADEMY Double Feature. “SOMEWHERE I’LL FIND YOU,” CLARK GABLE. LANA TURNER. “TOMBSTONE,” RICHARD DIX. FRANCES GIFFORD STANTON *iIic$47N* Double Feature. “THE BIG SHOT,” HUMPHREY BOGART and IRENE MANNING “No Hands on the Clock,” CHESTER MORRIS. JEAN PARKER KOGOD AMD BURKA THEATERS A Dry ««<*> * Mass. As*. N.W. *»« JtsA WO. 4600. BETWEEN US GIRLS’ with DIANA BARRYMORE. ROBERT CUMMINGS. Also Cartoons and Latest War News Doors Open at 6:15. Feature at 7:25. 8:36._ ATI AC I33« H St. N.E AT 8300 HI land Continuous 1 to 11 P.M. Double Feature Program BOB HOPE and PAULETTE GOD DARD in THE CAT AND THE CANARY ’ Plus: YOU CAN T TAKE IT WITH YOU '' with JIMMY STEW ART. JEAN ARTHUR. EDWARD AR NOLD Special Added Attraction: “PRIVATESMITH U. S._A.^_ DDYiirrcc ui9 h st. nje. 1 rninuLaa tr. 9**oo Continuous 1 is 11 P.M. Double Feature Program THE DEAD END KIDS in "TOUGH AS THEY COME Plus: "SING FOR YOUR SUPPER" with JINX FAL KENBURG. BUDDY ROGERS_ CniATflB Minn. Atre. at Banning dKaHHlUIl Rd. N.E. TR. 2600 _ Revival Night. Two Big Hits Brought Bark Again By Your Request— THE MARK OF ZORRO" wilh TYRONE POWER Shown at 6:15. 0:45. Plus "ALGIERS ' with CHARLES BOYER. HEDY LA MARR Shown at 8:10 Only. Doors Open at 6. ARLINGTON FALLS CHURCH VA. Information Phone Oxford 11.19—T. C. 15*4 CTATF Amole Free Partlnr “*«**> Shows 7 and 9. A YANK AT ETON." MICKEY ROONEY, EDMUND GWENN. I rp A Treat (or the Entire Family Shows 7 and 9. RETURN OF FRANK JAMES, with HENR YFONDA . JEAN TIERNEY ARLINGTON m^e^Vx8^ _ Ample Free Parklne. "DESPERATE JOURNEY " ERROL FLYNN, RONALD REAGAN ltfll CAM I 'Wilson Bird. "“»un Phone OX. 1480 YOU CAN'T ESCAPE FOREVER." [GEORGE BRENT. BRENDA MAR I SHALL. _ _ ASHTON 3,68 w"*OD B,T< "BOSTON BLACKIE IN HOLLY WOOD." 'WHISPERING GHOSTS. ' RlYfiriMCHAM G'ebe-Frrsh Dr. OUvAMUllAPI phone OX. 0444. "BETWEEN US GIRLS DIANA BARRYMORE. ROBERT CUMMINGS HISER BETHESDA tJXJK £7 SONJA HEN IE. JOHN PAYNE and SAMMY KAYE and Hi a Orchestra in “ICELAND.” At 8:00; 7:48 »nd 8:86. tn MtoUZ."'!"" FOR XMAS GIFTS—BUY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS AT WARNER RROS. THEATERS rV0 All Time Schedule* Given in Warner Bro*. Ad* indicate Time Feature Is Presented. _Theaters Bavin* Matinees. __ AMBASSADOR ST *cV*7$& Mat. I P.M. -nSSF paul HENREID tn NOW. VOYAGER " At 1, 3:05, 5 15. ■ .'.d. o 30._ BFVFRI V tsth * E N.E. OC.VC.HLI u 3300. Mat. 1 P M. Llx..ln5 soa«e Available (n Patrona. AMECHE. JOAN BENNETT in _GIRL TROUBLE " At i:2o. 3 "5, 5:2a. 7:.'lll_9:35._ CALVERT Wi*- A« n w7 W0 -?*»»• M»‘ l PM. Available to Patron*. ROBERT NEWTON In WINGS AND The WOMAN." At 1.30. 3:35. 5:35. 7 715. 0:40 CENTRA! < H st. n.w. me. t*US ICUUa »HH. Open* 9 15 AM. TIM HOLT in BANDIT RANGER 1 At 10:15, 12:50 3:30. 0 05, s in GEORGE BRENT. BRENDA MAR "YOU CANT ESCAPE FOREVER" At 11:20, 1:55. 4:30, 7:10. 9:45, KFNNmV Kennedy. Nr. 4th N.W. AUinUlI ra. noon. Mat. 1 P.M. Parkin* Spare Available to Patron*. CHARLES LAUGHTON ELSA LAN CASTER In BEACHCOMBER " At 1. 2:40, 4:25. 0 10. 7:50. 9 33_ PFNM p» Atp* at 7th BE ‘ tnn «Tt. 3200. Mat 1 P.M. Parkins Snare Available to Patrona. DON AMECHE JOAN BENNETT in "GIRL TROUBLE." At 1:35. 3 35. 5:30. 7:30, 9:25. CHFRinAlf G»- Ave. * Sheridan. SUH1I1AH RA. 2400 Mat. 1 P.M. DIANA BARRYMORE. ROBERT CUM MINGS in BETWEEN US GIRLS.’* At 1:05, 3:15. 5:20. 7:25. 9:30. VII VFR G»- Aee. * Colearllla Pika. dUeVbn SH. 5500. Mat. I P.M. Parkin* Snare Available ta Patrona. ANNA NEAGLE, ROBERT NEWTON in "WINGS AND THE WOMAN." At 1:25, 3:30. 5:30. 7:35. 9:40,_ Tivm I 1 *th 4 Park Rd. N.W. UVUlal CO. 1800. Mat. 1 P.M. ANNA NEAGLE RORERT NEWTON in "WINGS AND THE WOMAN." At 1. 3:10. 5:15. 7:20, 9:25. ffDTflUfll Conn- Ave. 4 Newark. UriUVVR WO 5400. Mat. 1 PM. ANNA NEAGLE. ROBERT NEWTON In "WINGS AND THE WOMAN .'* At 1:30. 3:25. 5 20. 7:25. P:30 Theatre* Hmvln* F.venln* _ Performance* APOLLO •**„" VAN HEFLIN. KATHRYN GRAYSON In "SEVEN SWEETHEARTS." At fi, AVALON «• NW DIANA BARRYMORE ROBERT CUM MINGS in BETWEEN US GIRLS." At fi:15. H, 9:45.__ AVE: GRAND ‘4SlfI*w7'r TIM HOLT in "BANDIT RANQER " At 0:15 a 50. RICHARD CARLSON, JANE DARWELL in HIGHWAY BY NIGHT." At 7:20. 9:55. COLONY JOHN WAYNE. ANNA LEE, JOHN CARROLL in FLYING TIGERS." At 0, 7:50. 9:45._ HOME ir,?R%%NE JOHN MACK BROWN TEX RITTER in "TENTING. TONIGHT. ON OLD CAMP GROUNDS " At 6:15. R.5" PRESTON FOSTER. BRENDA JOYCE in "LITTLE TOKYO U S. A." At 7:20, lo. "Overland Mai 1 T__ cavnv sosr >4‘*> st. n.w. a«tvu i coi. to«8 WARREN WILLIAM In "COUNTER ESPIONAGE At 0:15. 7 53. 9 40, crrn 8244 Ga. Are., Silver Sprin*. S,ritU SH '-’tO- Parkin* Space. THREE MESQUITEERS in SHAD OWS ON THE SAGE." At fi.15. lo 30. ANDY LEO CARRILLO in JUI^SEKN ENEMY At. 7:13. 9 30. TAKOMA lth 4 Butternut 8ti. V.WH GE 131*1 Parkin* Snara ARLES BOYER GINGER ROG ERS „“J A HAWORTH in TALES OF MANH ATT A N," At 8:4 5._9:15. YORK Ga. Are. & Quebec PI. N.W. __ _ RA. 4400 CHESTER MORRIS. JEAN PARKER in I LIVE ON DANGER." At 6*30, 8:10. 9:50. —SIDNEY LOST THEATERS— BETHESDA VVI. 2868 or BRad. 9636. Free Parkinc. CLOSED TODAY. MAT. TOMORROW, 3 P.M. Tomor.-Sat.—Double Feature—BUCK JONES in RIDERS OF THE WEST JOHNNY WEISSMULLER MAUREEN O SULLIVAN in TARZANTS SECRET TREASURE."___* HIPPODROME Double Feature LLOYD NOLAN. DONNA REED. ' APACHE TRAIL." JOHN BOLES. MONA BARRIE, ROAD TO HAPPI NESS." CAMEO Mi. Rainier. Md. WA. *746 CLOSED TODAY. MAT. TOMORROW, 3 P.M. Tomor -Sat.—Double Feature—:) MES QUITEERS in VALLEY OF HUNTED MEN BRUCE SMITH. ARLINE JUDGE in "SMITH^OF MINNESOTA" RYATTSyiLLE Hyat™*|r|*e.BMdi I I nion 1230 or Hyatts. 0532 Free Parkinc CLOSED TODAY. MAT. TOMORROW, 3 P.M. Tomor.-Sat. — Double Feature — TIM HOLT in RED RIVER ROBINHOOD " DON AMECHE. JOAN BENNETT In GIRL TROUBLE " _ _ _ Mil n RoekTlIle. Md. Roek. l*lT Flllall Free Farkmi CLOSED TODAY. MAT. TOMORROW, 3 P.M C32r's*t- — Double Feature—BUCK JONES in "DOWN TEXAS WAY ED Wm AR?&Dnioa£? MARLBORO Lpp" ^lr,b«0- *“• CLOSED TODAY MAT. TOMORROW, 3 P.M. Tomor -Sat. — Double ppatum__ pncv JONES in "ARIZONA BOUND'^Rirn? ARD GREENE. CARIA ifhmamxt "FLYING PORTRESS ' LEHMANN In ALEXANDRIA, VA. REED LREE parking. M£?K££?8 -BSssr^Scom.