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Kay Kyser is in the groove—the old corn-lined groove—in “Swing Fever” at the Capitol Theater this week, but a pleasant compensation has been provided in the form of a stage show of which Martha Raye is the explosive force. Miss Raye, who has been spending most of her time recently entertaining servicemen abroad and at home, is still the same ebullient and comical girl.N Or maybe she is even more ebullient onH pomlpo.l If fh* foollmr 1c nnt♦ —- - •■■■■• 11 -.■■■■"■ - ■ ana comical, if the feeling is not purely one of contrast between her dynamic style and the tired tech nique of Prof. Kyser. Miss Raye’s stage show is an all star affair as well as a high-spirited one. Its cast also includes the in comparable Condos brothers with their intricate tap dances, Roy Smeck and his assortment of stringed instruments, and the Swift brothers Who must fee the three fun niest jugglers in the wbrld. w W w Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer may have stinted discouragingly on story in producing “Swing Fever,-’ but it was surprisingly generous in surrounding Kyser with talent. Among his col laborators are to be found Tommy Dorsey and Harry James and their bands; Lena Borne, wno can smoke out a song like nobody els$ In song dom, and even such assorted inci dental characters as Maxie Rosen bloom and Lou Nova. If this Nova puzzles you, he is the prize fighter who never got close to the world’s heavyweight championship until some one was inspired to cast him in precisely that role in “Swing Fever.” The fever must have been pretty high the day Nova was hired for he is no better as an actor than he was in the prize ring. Kyser’s writers on “Swing Fever” have taken exactly the same attitude toward their hero that his other writers have. They have made him a timid soul again, a choice probably based upon the circumstance that the man always looks as if some one had just said “boo.” The variant on the theme this time is to be found in the fact that Kay has been blessed with a kind of evil eye, a hypnotic right eye that stops people dead in the tracks and leaves them that way. A gift like that might sound like something for which movie audiences should be grateful. Actually it is nothing of the kind. The pedestrian quality of the story of “Swing Fever” is the more eX&speratlng in that it keeps the music at a minimum. Kyser’s band and the Dorseys play altogether too little to suit that majority of people which does not think the maestro is mortally amusing as a comedian. The musical interlude most likely to worm its way into your affections is that one in which Miss Home does a sultry interpretation of a properly sultry ballad called “You’re Indifferent.” That one alone is suf ficient explanation of why Miss Horne has reached that stage of popularity with movie audiences “8WING FEVER." MGM picture pro duction starring Kay Kyser and Mari lyn Maxwell, produced by Irving Starr, directed by Tim Whelan, screen play by Net Perrin and Warren Wilson. At the Capitol. The Cast. Lowell Blackford- Kay Kyser Ginger Gray „_Marilyn Maxwell “Waltay” Malone-William Gargan Lena Home - .By Herself “Killer” Kennedy_Nat Pendleton Nick Sirocco_ Curt Bois Dan Conlon -Morris Ankrum Dr. Clyde L. Star_ Andrew Tombes "Rags” _Maxie Rosenbloom Mr. Nagen_Clyde Fillmore Lois --Pamela Blake Kid Mandell. _ Lou Nova “Sledgehammer”_ Jack Roper which permits her to play a char acter named Lena Home. Very few newcomers to the screen have achieved that distinction, the only two we can thihk of at the moment being Jose Iturbi and Frank Sina tra. • Apy other distinction which “Swing Fever” may have eluded us. 4 ik 4 J. Miss Raye’s stage show, which has been very good from its beginning under the baton of Sam Jack Kauf man, becomes a virtual blitzkrieg when she comes on. She is dressed as usual, a hoyden out of Hattie Carnegie, a lady with a raffish tilt surmounted by a monumental grin. High light of her act is her inter pretation of “Mr. Paganini,” a song that will never grow old so long as it has Miss Raye to wrestle it around. Her treatment of it has groton more comically absent minded through the years until by now it has become virtually per- 1 feet. On her way to that nice cli max, Miss Raye pauses to insert a few jokes into her routine. You have heard them before, as Miss Raye will be the first to admit, but you still laugh as hard as the first time, as you will be the first to confess. The Condos brothers will make you accept their billing as the worlds greatest tap dancers with a pair of high-speed items which leaves you thinking that the human body cannot be manipulated that fast. Tempo, indeed, is one of the bril liant features of the Capitol’s stage program this week. Roy Smeck also provides a bright specimen of it by playing his banjo as if it were a pipe organ and he were possessed of at least four hands. The Swift brothers, who complete the bill, have not varied their jug gling act since you first saw it, maybe years ago. If they ever do, we shall be the first to protest for it is the funniest thing that has ever been done with Indian clubs. Feud in Hollywood Is Hotter By Harold Heffernan. HOLLYWOOD. Behind the cameras and the mikes, screen and radio are now engaged in one of their most bitter battles. Acting talent find story material are the main issues. This time, however, the situation is re versed, with movies on the raiding offensive. In some studios there have been crackdowns on the use of actors and stories for radio. They want to prevent any film story being used over the air until one year after its release and they want none of their stars participating in any broadcast of another studio’s film. If this idea is carried through it would put a severe crimp on radio dramatic programs. Relations between the two mediums have been going from bad to ugly during the past few months. The biggest dramatic program on the air has had only one screen story from a major studio in a year. With the present shortage of leading men, film studios have been Where and When Current Theater Attractions and Time of Showing Stage. National—"Janie”: 8:30 p.m. Screen. Capitol—"Swing Fever”: 11 a.m., 1:45, 4:30, 7:15 and 10 p.m. Stage shows: 12:45, 3:30, 6:15 and 9 pm. Colombia — “Rationing”: 11:30 a.m„ 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30 and 9:30 pm. Earle—“Cover Girl”: 11 a m., 1:45 4:35, 7:25 and 10:10 p.m. Stage shows: 1:05, 3:55, 6:45 and 9:30 pm. Keith’s — “Snow White”: 9:30, 11:35 a.m., 1:35, 3:40, 5:40, 7:45 and 9:50 pm. Little—“The Scarlet Pimpernel”: 11 a.m., 1:05, 3:05, 5:10, 7:25 and 9:40 p.m. Metropolitan—“None Shall Es cape”: 11 am., 1:10, 3:20, 5:30, 7:40 and 9:50 p.m. Palace—“Song of Bernadette”: 10 a.m., 12:50, 3:40, 6:30 and 9:20 p.m. Fix—“A Star Is Born”: 2, 4:25, 7:05 and 9:40 p.m. Trans-Lux — News and shorts: Continuous from 10 am. House & Herrmann Barrel-Back Wing Chair Solid mahogany frame, deeply channeled back, choice of tapestry or brocatelle. Both Store. OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT See Our Ad on Page A-ll HOUSE & HERRMANN “A Washington Institution Since 1885” 7th & Eye Sts. N.W. 8433-35 Georgia Ave. casting a greedy eye on some of the good-looking radio announcers and masters of ceremonies. Fellows such as Gary Breckner, Harlow Wilcox, John Conte, Larry Keating and others are being offered screen tests in various studios. The announcer field is a source of film talent as yet untapped by the movies. Don Ameche is the only outstanding film personality to spring from that field. * * * * Close-ups: Mr. and Mrs. Franchot Tone are going to be partners in movie producing. Tone has re* turned from New York with finances' all set for filming “Citizen Tom Paine," with Frank Tuttle direct ing. . . . Most radiant costumes of Ann Sheridan’s career will be worn by the oomph girl in "The Dough girls,” provided Hays office blessing can be obtained. After finishing "The Conspira tors,” Peter Lorre will leave for New York to appear in an original stage mystery drama, “The Intru der.” . . . Helmut Dantine becomes an American citizen in April. . . . Breaking in a new colt on his ranch, Noah Beery, jr„ was tossed into the hospital with three fractured ribs. vm vjt# Phi/ Hfttfcfcft ^ BALLROOM DANCING COSTS LESS •«MM It TakM Fmr Lnuu Catalogue upon requeat 6 DUPONT CIPCLEeOU. M31 Pcmc* Studio* gj m Tuesday-Friday and every other Saturday. Instruction before the Dance. No escort necessary. Smooth floor, congenial part ?*r*' L«_s,on« »* Jour convenience from 10 A.M. Man and Ladv Teachers. Class Just started. Join tonirht. IN 6 LESSONS Canellis Dance Studios 6gg F St. N.W.District 1673 amusements. IT’S MARSHA—Marsha Hunt, of course, who seems to have aged under the domination of the Nazis with whom she as sociates in “None Shall Escape,” which opens today at the Metropolitan. Others in the picture are Henry Travers, Erik Rolfe and Alexander Knox. . . Gloria Jean’s sister, Lois Schoonover, will be sent to art school in New York at Gloria’s ex pense. She has been standing-in for the starlet. . . . Several players were slightly injured at Columbia during a mob scene in ’’Mr. Winkle Goes to War” when a "breakaway” door failed to break and tossed the actors into a heap. . . . Humphrey Bogart is so fascinated by Casa blanca—the city, not his movie— he hopes to own a villa there in postwar days. "Most beautiful place I ever saw,” said Bogart, who paid it a visit during his troop enter tainment mission. * * * * Amazing moment in the Para mount commissary the other day when Cecil B. De Mille spotted a familiar face across the lunchroom. It belonged to Virginia O’Meary, a film actress of 10 years or so back. AMUSEMENTS. , NOW PLAYING e*,'.’ *•*« BROCK PEMBERTRN’S LACGH RIOT ONE WEEK ONLY It**.. *.V. *1 is. I1.SK, St.20, «.« s»t. M»t, ksc. 01.10. si.os, si.sy I DAYS BEGIN. SUNDAY NIGHT, THRU SUN. MAT. A NIGHT, APRIL 2 LAUGH- HAPPY COMEDY SEAT SALE NOW Etm. KSe. SI.IV. SI.OK. st.av. tt.it —* MATINEES ONLY—* SAT. Jt SCN. (APRIL X), SS« ta SX.XO VMBMaoMHBaaaaaMwwi^aaaa I m,^m‘Seaeon’e Final Contert TOMORROW, 8:30 P. M. CONSTITUTION BALL NATIONAL SYMPHONY HANS K1NDLER, Conductor Soloist! IRRA PETOfA The Metropolitan t Electric Carmen BEQUEST PROGRAM: BIZET: Selec tions from •‘Carmen;" MOZART. Sym phony No. 29; GERSHWIN, Summer time: STRAUSS. Voices of Spring: TRESCOBALDl, Toccata; Works by Bach. Brahms, Berlios. Seat, SI.10. S1.0S, *3.?0 Srnnhon? Bex Office, HITT'S 1330 G St. N.W. NA. 733? What of the atari* "prifate life*?’* What foea on "behind the scene*?*' Now. for j the first time, you can see the truth, g You will be amused and Jolted when you ■ see this moat absorbing, unforgettable stir- I ring romance of backstage Hollywood. | janit ■ FKtPUlcT. ’ GAYNOR * MARCH A STAR IS BORN' fTpP'Y---= WiZ-' EXTRA ADDED COMEDY f GRETA GARBO I m “I VANT TO BE ALONE" She was wearing the bars and uni form of a captain in the Marine Corps. “My, my, you look well in that costume,” said De Mille. "What set are you working on?” Miss O’Meary is a captain in the Marines—one of 35 women of that rank in the entire corps. __AMUSEMENTS. 'Snow White’ Is Home Again once upon a time when the world was feeling miserable, but not as miserable as it does now, a man of good will decided what every one needed was a beautiful fairy tale. It would be filled with engaging crea tures, human and otherwise. Its col ors would be gay and there would be merry music and every one would look and listen and feel happy and childlike again, at least for a little while. The man’s name was Walt Disney and the picture he made was “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." Disney became quite a hero as a result of the picture which turned out to have precisely the ef fect its creator had intended. The world is much more miserable now, as every one knows, and Keith’s theater—where it once ran for seven consecutive weeks—deemed the time perfect for another interlude of “Snow White.’’ Keith’s never thought a wiser thought, nor did a nicer thing, for “Snow White” has lost none of its original charm. _AMUSEMENTS. jfMZABU HtV/KUL Howard 'mSQNMgr PtMP&PU , MERLE OfrlRON-i RAYMOND MASSEY? tor 'J.fTYrwfw^ [Semational! Official! FIRST U. S. RAID on BERLIN S PACIFIC TASK FORCE Q , DOWNS JAP RAIDERS U1 WMAL Hourly Ncwicatt Attraction Extraordinary! MARCH OF TIME’S "POSTWAR JOBS" After Victory, Then What? Midnight Show Every Saturday. Its colors are Just as bright, its songs Just as beautifully melodious, and its story Just as exciting. "Snow White” herself, of course, has aged not a bit and Prince Charming is Just as noble as when he was first selected to make her happy for ever after. But, of all the characters Involved, the most engaging remain the little blue bird who was so inviolably happy, and Dopey, sev enth of the dwarfs, who was so in corruptibly the world’s most lik able stumble-bum. Not to be abrupt about it, you must see it again. j. c. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. MOST BRILLIANT MUSICAL OF OUR TIME! HAWORTH GENE KELLY COLUMBIA'S PICTURE »TECHNICQLOR Mutic by JEROME KERN Lyrics by IRA GERSHWIN THE COVER GIRLS America's 15 Mast Beautiful LEE BOWMAN - PHIL SILVERS jinx FALKENBURG Mitun Picture Industry Pays Tribute te RED CROSS + March 23-29 .... ■ - —"‘'‘"" "'"'in i .. -rutr-fi .. ;».y: .vim »S5| nmeSH/Uf, Bof War Criminals mbia Hit with. Alexander KNOX S • Erik ROLF Krill PtctBl Kioto Pip Trhti tiRED CROSS* Matt 23 M Tmfi/ m kA . r C..i_i _ • . ■ ^PALACE «-■' Lart Feature 9:28* A & Slllt. $1.10 TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES Buy War Bonds and Stamps at Any Local Theater. r ARM IHA Luh * N- c *»«• s e. vHIIllIalWH First Show 5:40 P.M. •LASSIE COME HOME.” RODDY Mc DOWALL, DONALD CRISP. Also 'GIRL FROM MONTEREY.” ARMIDA, EDGAR KENNEDY. CIRCLE 2105 re oISiN W ■CORVETTE K-225." with RANDOLPH SCOTT. JAMES BROWN. Shown at , 6, 7:45. 9:45.I CONGRESS «*'*#**?■** CHARLES BOYER. BARBARA STANWYCK, i EDWARD G. ROBINSON and THOMAS MITCHELL in “FLESH AND FANTASY.” At 6:15. 8. 9:50 j DUMBARTON 1349 A” Two Main Pictures—Always a Bia Show. WALLACE BEERY. FAY BAINTER in ‘ 'SALUTE TO MARINES.” Also "THE DRUMS OF FU MANCHU ", FAIRLAWN 1342 °9n M 8-E i MARGARET SULLAVAN. ANN SOTHERN In "CRY HAVOC." At 0:15, 8:05, 10. CBrmn T Grrenbelt. Md. tnunou 1 Double Feature. C. LOUQHTON, M O'HARA in "THIS LAND IS MINE.% and WALT DISNEY'S Tech, "SALUPOS AMIGOS." 7 & 8:40. ! HIGHLAND 2533 SF&fr8 E' JOHN WAYNE. SUSAN HAYWARD In "THE FIGHTING SEABEES ” At 6:15, I 7:20. B:.'1Q. I IDO 3327 8 St. N.W. WHITE ONLY BlUw Double Feature Proaram. GARY COOPER In "THE PRIDE OF THE YANKEES." Also “WE ARE THE MARINES." I ITT! P 608 8th St. N.W. lall ILL Bet. F and G “SCARLET PIMPERNEL” miath ft H Sts. N.W. Contlngog* 2-11. CHARLES LAUGHTON In "RUGGLES OF RED GAP." and "ORAOE" LOOTS BEBHHEMEB'S THEATERS _K-B THEATERS_ ARLINGTON-FALLS CHURCH. VA. (■(•raatton. Phone OXfara 1139—F. C. 1533. THE VILLAGE *15? A* Phone Mich. 9227. “Standing Room Only,” PAULETTE GODDARD and FRED MacMURRAY. ISniTTIllI 12th and Newton. Ink TV IIM Sts. N.E. Phone Mich. 1839. Se Fighting Seabees,” - WAYNE. SUSAN HAYWARD JESSE THEATER &thst.%,rTE Phone DF. 9861. Double Feature. “CRY HAVOC,” MARGARET SULLAVAN and ANN RDTHTO V “Gangs, Incorporated,” ALAN LADD, JOAN WOODBURY CVT van *•* S« * R. 1. Are. N.W. ■I I lef HI* Phone NOrth 9689. _ Double Feature. “THE LOST ANGEL,” MARGARET O BRIEN. JAMES CRAIG “FALSE COLORS.” WILLIAM BOYD. ANDY CLYDE. THE VFRNnN Mt.Vernon NEW Vannuli Ave. Alex., Va. One Block from Presidential Gardens. Phone Alex. 2124. Free Parkins in Rear of Theater. “CRY HAVOC,” ! MARGARET SULLAVAN and ANN SOTHERN. VaiM Mt. Vernon Are. THliFl Alex.. Va Alex 0767 “HARVEST MELODY,” ROSEMARY LANE, JOHNNY DOWNS ACADEMY M\m,,e.8E __ Double Feature. The Fallen Sparrow,” MAUREEN O HARA and JOHN tl_ _ GARFIELD. “Moonlight in Vermont,” GLORIA JEAN. FAY HELM STAHTON 51uC8347!e _ Double Feature. “Mystery Broadcast,” RUTH FERRY. FRANK ALBERTSON. “SAPS AT SEA,” STAN LAUREL. OLIVER HARDY. APFY An. N.W. “f* .. Woodley 4600. Take the Crosstown or N-2 Bos .Direct to Door JOHN WAYNE. SUSAN HAYWORTH, DENNIS O'KEEFE in "THE FIGHT ING SEABEES." Also JOHNNY LONG and Orchestra. Cartoon and News. Doors Open at 6:16. Feature at 7:20. 9:46._ Hi. Ends! Cartoon Show at Matinee Only Tomorrow ATI hK i331 ,H s‘- N E- AT- 8300. n • “/Id Continuoos 1 to 11 P.M. Big Triple Treat! MICHAEL O’SHEA. SUSAN HAY WOOD in "JACK LONDON” Plus UNA MERKLE. PARKYAKARKUS in "SWEETHEART OF U. S. A." Also the Actual True Story. "With the Marines at Tarawa.” On Stage at 8 P.M. Only—"OT Fashioned Ama teur Show._ Hi, Kids! Cartoon Show at Matinee Only Tomorrow. PRINCESS Continuous 1 to 11 P.M. Double Feature. EDWARD G. ROBINSON. MARLENE DIETRICH. GEORGE RAFT in "MANPOWER.” Also INEZ COURT NEY, ROBERT ARMSTRONG in I "WINGS OVER THE PACIFIC." SENATOR TS’Ve’.-Vr^SISI! Two Great Attraction Hitsl DOROTHY LAMOUR, DICK POWELL i and VICTOR MOORE in "RIDING HIGH” (in Technicolor). Also the i Complete and True Film. “With the Marines at Tarawa ” Doors Open at 6. Feature at 7:4n, 9:45. STATE 8h0W*7 9 "THE PlaHTING SEABEES." SUSAN HAYWARD, JOHN WAYNE. 1 pp * Treat ter the Entire FuiDjr. LU Shows 7-9. "RETURN OP THE VAMPIRE.” Also , "OUN8MOKE MESA." j ARLINGTON SM'oViSSi "MADAME CURIE," GREER GAR ; SON, WALTER PIDOEON. [ am MM 1729 Wilson Bird. 1 nUiJUB Phone OX. 1480. I RIDING HIGH," DOROTHY LA | MOUR. Plus "Marines at Tarawa.” ! ASHTON wn“n B,Ti j "MARSHALL OP GUNSMOKE.” TEX ■ RITTER, RUSSELL HAYDEN. ! BocnmuN ssesiui: ! "FLESH AND FANTASY." CHARLES ! BOYER, BARBARA STANWYClL^ I ‘WMW^BDY WAR BONDS AND STAMPS AT WARNER BROS. THEATERS F°rhonl'1Theater 1 Direct All Time Schedules Given In Warner Bros. Ads Indicate Time Feature Is Presented. _ Theaters Having Matinees. AMBASSADOR *cgoL«5i „ Mat. 1 P.M. RITA HAYWORTH. GENE KELLY in "COVER GIRL "• At 1:10, 3:15. 6:20. 7:25. 9:36.__ BFVFM Y .. ,s,h * E n.e. RON\5r?LG^3r--G,Sii pon ^B^o: At x- 2^°° raiVFRT 2324 wu. Ava, N.W. A»n 1 wo. 3346. Mat. 1P.M. BARBARA MULLEN. MICHAEL RED GRAVE in "JEANNIE." At 1*30. 3:36. 5:40. 7:40. 9:60. CENTRAL 42\?F!iu"-w Opens 10:46 A.M. "NIGHT OP TERROR. " with BASIL S§SbYA* ^AS^Yn 6^^ LNN" At 12 2S- 2:25’ KFNNFT1V 5“B^I Nr- 4th N.E. * RA (1(100. Mat. 1 P.M. MYRNA LOY. TYRONE POWER in TOE RAINS CAME." At 1:16. 3:20. 5:25. 7:25. 9:30.__ PPNN Pa. Art. at 7th 8JL rCalin FR. 5200. Mat. 1PM LAIRD CREGAR MERLE OBERON At135.^ SHERIDAN & £& IStTttt DOROTHY LAMOUR. DICK POWELL *n,„RnjING HrOH At 1:10, 3^06^ 5.10. 7:25, 0:35. * _ SII VFR C’*„ Ave * Colesville Pika dlliTbP SH. 5500. Mat. 1 PIE JOHN WAYNE. SUSAN HAYWARD in FIGHTING SEEBEES." At L 3:16, 5:25, 7:30, 9:40. __’ Tivni I 11th * p»rk u n.w. *”'*“*_ CO. 1800. Mat. F.M. LAIRD CREGAR MERLE Oi.ERON in "THE LODGER." At 1:20 3:25. 5:35. 7:40, 9:45. UPTOWN Conn. Art. A N -wark. r.viH"** WO. 5400. Mat. I P.M. LAUREL AND HARDY in "DANCING MASTERS." At 1:05. 2:50, 4:35, 6:20, 8:05, 9:55 ,__ Theaters Haring Ere. Performance-. APOLLO 64 Vk &boN E i^!?t *9n 45CORVrrTE AVALON 5611 S/to'd* NW‘ TOM CONWAY in FALCON AND COEDS." At 6:15, 8:05, 9:55 AVE. GRAND 648 5*^ 8 * OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND in “GOV ERNMENT GIRL." At 7:15, 9:30. A Midnight Show Every Saturday Night at i 1 30 PM. No Increase in Prices, Tomorrow Night. WARNER ^Ses^cas^ dqctors COLONY 4938 & 6500 N w ALICE FAYE in "THE GANG'S ALL HERE. ' At 7. 9:25. HOME r33T°BC8S188NE HOPALONG CASSIDY in "BAR SO •• M ROBERT ryan in "BEHIND THE RISING SUN." At 7. 9:4o. SAVOY SMILEY BURNETTE in "BEYOND At8 S8' SECO 8344 G‘sHTei5oTer 8Br!n* Jp.RNYT DOWNS in "WHAT A MAN At (1. 9. BARBARA STAN WJCL JOEL McCREA. "BANJO ON MY KNEE At 7:05, 10:05. Cartoon TAKOMA 41h*&B\‘&rl8t‘ FRANK ALBERTSON In "HERE COMES ELMER " At fl, 8:50. MAR GARET O'BRIEN, JAMES CRAIG in ' LOST ANGEL ’ At 7:20. 10:10. YORK G*-*”-AQS«S"-"-w* MARY MARTIN. DICK POWELL in • TRUE TO LIFE.” At B. 7:55. 9:55 -SIDNEY LOST THEATERS BETHESDA 77,lS,S,'i,*’‘ CARY GRANT* JOfWadOARP?ELD t„ "DESTINATION TOKYO." 6:35. 8 55 Tomor.—Double Feature—Mat. 1PM DONALD BARRY. “WEST SIDE imS ” JEAN PARKER ln HIPPODROME \£''S*S? Double Feature. HERBERT MARSHALL and SUSAN SI •■•I»°OF1^.” BASIL CAMEO 3Tth*wRi.,»7A^- ** Oont. 6:30-11:30—Double Featura. „ Cast Complete Double Show 8:45. ROONEY. GARLAND. SKELTON to "THOUSANDS CHEER.” BASIL SYD NEY In "NEXT OF KIN.” Tomor.—Double Feature—Mat. 1PM HOPALONG CASSIDY. "COLT COM S&SS?;™ MARY LEE and GLADYS GEORGE In "NOBODY’S DARLING.’’ HYATTSVILLE &M8 "Sfe „ Union 1330 or Hyatt.. 055* ■I. Today-Tomor-—Laat Two Daya. EDDIE BRACKEN. BETTY HUTTON to “Miracle of Morgan’s Creek.” At 6:15. 8:30. 10:35. _Matinee Tomorrow I P.M. Mil fl EoekrUle. Mdl ~Moek.'lll. nUall At 7:30, 9:36 RAY MILLAND, RUTH HUSSEY to "UNINVITED.” Tomor.—Double Peature—Mat. t P.M HOPALONG CASSIDY In "RIDER8 OP THE DEADLINE." ALLAN JONES In "LARCENY WITH MUSIC.” M&BI-RflBfl RANDOLPH SOOTT, ELLA RAINES to "CORVETTE K-225.” At 7:25 9:30. Tomor.—Double Feature—Mat. 3 P.M. RICHARD ARLEN. WENDY BARRIE. SUBMARINE ALERT." AL PEARCE FRANK ALBERTSON, "HER* COMES ELMER. ” ALEXANDRIA. VA. Dim mi PARKING. nUU Phone Alex. 3445. _ RAY MILLARD, RUTH HUSSEY In "TH* UNINVITED. ” Richmond 'jsrsjrau JOHNNY WEISSMULLER. NANCY KXLLT In “TARZAN S DESERT MYSTERY.11 HISER-BETHESDA Nan Wynn, Ted Lewis and His Orchestra in “Is Every body Happy?” Also East Side Kids in “Clancy Street Boys.” Newt end Short Subject*.