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Nationally Known Colored Stars Coleman Hawkins America's Number One Tenor Sax Player His Band and Revue Coming Sept. 8 Roy Eldridge 3 Shows Nightly 9:30—11:30 and 1:30 Sunday 3-10-12:30 Reservations DU. 7544 Cooper Is Deeds-Like Again In Keith’s Romantic Farce By JAY CARMODY. Gary Cooper has been a busy man of late playing contemporary heroes such as Sergt. Alvin York, Lou Gehrig and Dr. Corydon M. Wassell. All were very fine characters, eminently worthy of Cooper and vice versa, but the time consumed by them left a backlog of longing to see Cooper in a Mr. Deeds-like role again. One of the Cooper public who felt this way was Producer Nunnally Johnson, who has the advantage over a 101 oi producers oi oeing serenely well able to write his own stories. Mr. Johnson reached for his typewriter, or maybe he merely buzzed for six secretaries, and dashed off “Casanova Brown,” which arrived yesterday at Keith’s. Before any one slithers to the con clusion that Mr. Johnson was en tirely successful in making a Deeds like character out of Cooper again,' we must report regretfully that suph is not the case. This Casanova is the type in vague outline, the em bodiment of those solid virtues of diffidence and determination, and comically beset by more women than any innocent man ever deserved to be. He lacks the deep human qual ities that made Mr. Deeds one of the more winning and memorable characters of screen literature. * * * * Casanova Brown, emergent from the long, quiet pages of a once amusing play, "Little Accident,” by Thomas Mitchell and Floyd Dell, is a small-town professor witn a pen chant for getting into trouble with women. Some men have a talent for it. but with Casanova it is merely an innocent, tendency over which he has no control. The latter is a lot funnier and the way the Picture takes advantage of it is quite to everybody's credit even if it is not another “Mr. Deeds Goes to Town.” "Casanova Brown” starts off as if it were going to be a much better picture than it is. There is orig inality in its beginning, and some clever dialogue, and the characters patently are none of the stock clods of routine cinema humor. It pays the price for such a bright start by looking worse than it is when it lets down midway and stays that way a little too long. The camera picks up Casanova's careening romantic career when he is about to wed his home-town glam our heiress, an acquisitive girl who knows a good matrimonial property w'hen she sees one. The rehearsals are on when a maternity hospital writes him a letter, which reminds him of the fact that he was mar ried nine months before and raises the question in his mind whether the reported annulment of the mar riage is true. He thinks there is time before the ceremony to inves tigate the situation at the maternity hospital, goes there to do so, and lands in the middle of a mess that "CASANOVA BROWN.” an International picture starring Oary Cooper and Teresa Wright, produced and written by Nunnally Johnson, directed by Sam Wood, based upon a play. "Little Accident.” by Thomas Mitcheil and Floyd Dell. At Keith's. The Cast. Casanova Q. Brown Oary Cooper Isabel Drury __ Teresa Wright Mr. Ferris_Frank Morgan Mrs. Drury_Patricia Collinge Mrs. Ferris_ Isobel Elsom Mr. Drury _Edmond Breon Madge Ferris_ Anita Louise Monica _ _ Mary Treen Frank Edmory Parnell Dr. Zernerke_ Jill Esmond Butler __ Halliwell Hobbeea The Babies_Themselves is super even for such a romantic stumblebum as he is. To spoil nobody's fun by disclosing what happened, it can be related here merely that the third and fourth women are added to his life at the hospital. One is his great and obvious true love, his own baby daughter, the other another oppor tunist female who makes herself useful in helping care for the infant. * * * * In the best tradition of those rare movie scriptists who have a notion of what human beings are like, Mr. Johnson packs some of his most sus tained laughter in his character asides. He has got quite a man in Frank Morgan, for instance, a chap who robs piggv banks in his rich wife's home because for 25 years she has been niggardly about his allowance. There is a match ing female character, equally well played by Patricia Collinge, one who finds her way through life through an astrologic guidebook. These are the most appealing of tl|e subordinate characters but all the others do a.slick job of fitting nicely into a frame for bewildered, determined Casanova. Cooper's small-town hero is the kind of character the actor can make real by the use of no other tricks than those of dropping his eyes and his voice, and occasionally resorting to a puzzled pinching of his nostrils. As a result. Casanova comes off quite agreeably. So does the puzzled original bride rlaved by Teresa Wright, whose return to pic tures is a happy bit of news. On the whole, without managing kl. be a great comedy, Producer Johnson's picture will make the Cooper following happy at the chance to see the lanky one playing again what looks like the typical American small-town guy. Film Crime Nearly Perfect By PATRICIA SIMMONS. Certainly on? of the most artistic j successes among the screen’s many approaches to murder is that which 1 brings ’’Double Indemnity” to the Capitol screen this week. From the results, we would say it points the ! most effective way to polish off some one and make a clean breast of the whole business. The picture concerns itself with a psychological study of the motives for murder and the conscience of a guilty man when the crime is done. Conse quently, of all types, it's the hardest to do Well and still hold the inter est of an audience. But the Capitol patrons, yesterday, seemed to have j no trouble in this respect. In fact.' it took some real coaxing from lovely ; Evelyn Knight on stage to get the audience unglued from their seats. The murderer is identified from the beginning, when Fred Mac Murrav picks up a dictaphone in his office and voluntarily confesses the story. The crime comes early : in the film, and from here on in! it’s left to the complexities of a i man's soul to carry the picture. Of j course, it helps that the story is well pieced and that both Barbara Stanwyck and Fred MacMurray turn: in two of their best performances to date. | * * * * "It was a particularly warm day and I can still smell the honey suckle as I drove up to her house"— yet on that day when young Insur ance Agent Walter Neff iFred Mac Murray i first met Phyllis Dietrich son, murder was the farthest thing from his mind. She was no ordi nary client—this beautiful woman who flashed an ankle chain and in vited him to come back and discuss afP accident policy for her husband. Passion from this second forth mo tivates the plot and that unexplain- j able attraction from which Walterj Neff never quite frees himselj until he puts a bullet through the heart of the woman who destroyed him. The element of suspense builds constantly through the story. When it is decided to do aw:av with Mrs.' Fly to I MEXICO ' CITY! CALL AN EASTERN EXPEDITER flRSTl Telephone Executive 4000 • DOUBLE INDEMNITY.’* a Paramount picture, starring Barbara 8tanwyck and Fred MacMurray. with Edward O. Robin son and Jean Heather: Produced by Joseph Sistron. directed by Billy Wilder, from a screen play by Billy Wilder and Raymond Chandler. At the Capitol The Cast. Phyllis Dietrichson Barbara Stanwyck Walter Neff Fred MacMurray Barton Keyes _Edward G. Robinson Lola Dietrichson_ Jean Heather Mr. Dietrichson_Tom Powers Nino Zacchettl _ Byron Barr Mr Norton _ Richard Gaines 3am Gorlopis Fortunio Bonanova Dietrichson's husband by a train ac cident in order to collect "double indemnity." suspense ties up imme diately with Edward G. Ribonsin, who ironically enough takes Mac Murray into his confidence in an attempt to solve his own crime. As the infallible insurance executive quick to determine phony claims Robinson gives a strong perform ance. Best recommendation for the pic ture is that despite its extra run ning time which necessitates drop ping any short features from the Capitol bill this week, "Double In demnity” never lags once. All told, as melodrama in an insurance office it should turn out to be equally good insurance at the box office. * * * * Relaxation on stage this week comes in the personified grace of Harrison and Fisher, a dance team who more than do justice to their profession. Manager Gene Ford has rigged up a lovely background set ting for, their satire of a Spanish dance team and a very cleverly executed South American tango as it would be done in the best of mod ern dance circles. Washingtons Evelyn Knight, who will soon go on Ed Wynn s fall radio show, wore a fuchsia colored crea tion and sang "Somewhere 1 11 Find You.” For some one with Evelyn's talents that's all it takes. Hector and His Pals have been showing up at the Capitol three times yearly for as long as we can remember now. As usual, there are a few more dogs but the same old tricks Bing’s Voice Sings From Bracken Lips As a Picture Gag Br the Assort Pre»HQLLyW -%£, «Jw. voice will be t a o h record actually^^nd Eddie's only f0They'llPha^ea'foreword explain ing that Eddie’s “^“jgg^die DANCING- _ •\HeTbi»Q I ■ ss’-t-.v j»tssJk rCanellis Panct Stedws «m r si. >*_ ~ amusements._ APPLAUSE — For Evelyn Knight on stage this week at the Capitol Theater means that the home town hasn’t forgotten its own. Evelyn, who once sang here at the King Cole Room, is going straight up the ladder and will soon be heard as featured vo calist on Ed Wynn’s new radio show. * . Where and When Current Theater Attractions ond Time of Showing Stage. National—“Wallflower”: 8:30 p.m. Screen. Capitol—“Double Indemnity”: 11 am., 1:40, 4:25, 7:05 and 9:50 p.m. Stage shows: 1, 3:45, 6:30 and 9:10 p.m. Columbia — “Canterville Gh06t”: 11:25 am., 1:25, 3:30, 5:30, 7:35 and 9:35 p.m. Earle—“Janie”: 11 am., 1:45, 4:25, 7:05 and 9:50 p.m. Stage shows: 1:10, 3:50, 6:30 and 9:15 p.m. Keith’s—"Casanova Brown”: 10:30 am., 12:20, 2:15, 4:05, 6, 7:50 and 9:40 p.m. Metropolitan—“Mr. Skefflngton”: 11:15 am., 1:55, 4:25, 7 and 9j35 pm. Little—"The Man From Down Under”: 11 am., 1:05, 3:15, 5:25, 7:35 and 9:45 p.m. Palace-Dragon Seed”: 10:30 am., 1:15, 4, 6:45 and 9:30 pm. Pix—"The Mad Monster": 2, 4:45, 7:30 and 10:10 pm. Trans-Lux—News and shorts, con tinuous from 10 a.m. _AMUSEMENTS. RKOKEITH’S] Always Comfortably Cealafl Opp. U. S. Treasury m tltti 1 MIT THEM I jCOOPER fRISRlg JCasanoval 1 ©rowrijj |funk Morgan • Amta louse 1] Id Potricio Celling* |jj 0 Edmond Eton • Jill Esmond N Extra! Special! WESTERN FRQNT Thu Sweep Toward Germany - ST. MALO FALLS _ Natl "Col.” Surrenders WMAL Hourly Nouitcail PLUS:—ft SPECIALLY SELECTED SHORT SUBJECT FILMS " .T" ■ i i ■■ Mldniiht Show Beery Saturday EVERY DAY NOW UP TO AND INCLUDING LABOR DAY WHEN THE SEASON ENDS THERE IS FUN A PLENTY AT THE 40-AC RE ! \ i SWIM—!0 A.M. to 10:30 P.M RIDES—I P.M. to 12 P.M. DANCE—9 P.M. to 12 P.M. ■■nnn^nnnnnHRHHB 2 Goulding an Actor - HOLLYWOOD. Edmund Goulding, who has di rected several big pictures for War ner Brothers, will make his first ap pearance before the camera when he portrays the role of an artist in the Warners’ production, “Of Human Bandage,” which he is directing. Hie screen appearance also will mark Goulding's first acting role since he gave up a successful stage career to join the British Army in World War I. Henry Blanke will produce "Of Human Bondage.” Robots Make Screen HOLLYWOOD. First picture to come out of Hol lywood with a robot bombing se quence will be RKO Radio’s “The Brighton Strangler,” with John Loder and June Duprez in the major roles. One of the key scenes in this mys tery thriller depicts the bombing of a London theater. AMUSEMENTS. ®9*®,B*tataJta,™|tata>ta9W*,taOtaB*WtONB|pOBtaBMNBNBaN| LAST I TIMES ££. > U ■amain matinee tomobbow Marar Darla Praaaala fHe_**QADWAY LAUGH MTU fc\-a+ .Wg^lEANICSONYA 0 mtik *■cam»nimaa . ONE WEEK ONLY BEO. NEXT MON. ^■S^asam^ *r » IgJfBODY 1 >4 N#tr Ctmidt | % LAS2LO VADNAY «M MAX Ll<9 Bwm: 91.2#. 9190. 92.40. 93.00 (Mi tod.) Bar ratal Mata.: 00c, 1120 aa« $1.90 BEAT BALI NOW 1 ‘Voice* Resumes Run, And as a Sell-Out 9r the Aiaoeiatcd Praia. NEW YORK The incredibly prosperous "Voice AMUSEMENTS, pro 1 flL ANYTIME fora GOOD JP ._ AT LOEWS /«HP\ w MAUI Do*r* Open 10:45 \ I nU" Last Shew 9:10 \ I “DOUBLE INDEMNITY" ( rtarlin STANWYCK* Frri MtMURRAY / 1. COWARD I. ROBINSON I CBBS3BEB833 J V HARRISON / FiSHER^# fCOLUMBIAl O h i e iw> NOW. • Beer* apt* IO:AB E i One. LAUGHTON 't Margaret O'GRIEN MMM Hebert YOUNG ' “TMDAATWY1UE ri oiiosr 9 , 1QDAS fffC' YtAK^ DOORS OPEN 10:30 A. M. HAPPIEST COMEDY/ SHES AJWEETHEART WHO’LL APPEAL TO EVERYONE YOUNG AND OLD! J BETTER than the TfafOtf DtOS. BROADWAY fh'JeS Joy with stage hit/ Joyce REYNOLDS ^Robert HUTTON Edward ARNOLD ».as&8ftE Ann HARDING An run nnu m I JgfST v ma f SZJSl I fc«i ':*aK5j4? m 4 &hisMusic I of the Turtle,” with Margaret Sul la ran. Elliott Nugent and Audrey Christie, will resume tomorrow evening at the Morosco Theater after a two-month vacation. [ The show Is a fitting partner for the other alVout smash nit, "Okla homa.” Seats are selling well into the winter; some already have been sold for performances in 19451 ] AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS.■ I r* ; ** t v » J tJ* TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOODMOVIES Buy War Bonds and Stamps at Any Local Theater. runni tiva iuh 4 *•c at* s f tAIIULilVA First Show at 5:15 P.M. Air Conditioned. ' HI GOOD LOOKING ’ HARRIET HIL LIARD. EDDIE QUILLAN. Also SIMONE SIMON in “CURSE OF THE CAT PEOPLE." rvnrv P 2105 p* A** X.W. RE. 0184. vMvIaIi Scientifically Air Cooled TODAY AND TOMORROW. THE MASK OP DIMITRIOS with SYDNEY GREENSTREET. ZACHARY SCOTT Shown at 5:00. 7:4ft, 9:40. rAiimrcc 2931 sir hoi* Ave s.e. TR. 8700. Air Cond. EDW. G. ROBINSON. RUTH WARRICK in MR. WINKLE GOES TO WAR At '( 515 S. 9:50.__ DUMBARTON Air Conditioned. Two Main Pictures Always a Big Show. “ANDY HARDYS BLONDE TROUBLE " with LEWIS STONE. MICKEY ROONEY. Also “HAT CHECK HONEY"_ rum Mwu 1342 Good Bope Bd R-E f Jtinie^VVlV LI. 9193. Air Cond. IRENE DttNNE AUV* MARSHALL in “THE WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER. At 6:35 and 9:05.__ mrriVBrV T Greenbelt. Md. U ALLADLL 1 Air Conditioned WALT DISNEY S “SNOW’ WHITE AND “THE SEVEN DWARFS” 7 and 9. HIGHLAND *M3rAT*73AiT8K CARY GRANT and JANET BLAIR in ONCE UPON A TIME. At 6:15, 8 .00. 9:45._ I VVlfl 3227 M St. X.W. WHITE ONLY. L1UU Air Cooled. Double Feature Program. : WALLACE BEERY in RATIONING ” Also “MURDER ON THE_\VATER_FRONT." V VPTV V* 608 Oth St. X.W. Lit ILL Bet. F and G. “Man From Down Under.’ ral 3th A H St». X.W. Continuon* 2-11 'ONE FRIGHTENED NIGHT." “THE MAD MONSTER 'SIDNEY LUST THEATERS BETHESDA “ 'BetlleVda.’Md.***' j Wl. 2898 or WI. 9636. Free Parking. AIR CONDITIONED. GEORGE RAPT. VERA ZORINA. • FOL THE BOYS At 9:50. »:I5. Tomor. —Double Feature—Mat. 1 P M. BILL ELLIOTT. "BORDER TOWN GUN FIGHTERS ” RUTH TERRY, GEORGE BYRON. • JAMBOREE." HIPPODROME Double Feature HUMPHREY BOGART and MICHELE MORGAN. "PASSAGE TO MARSEILLE " WALLY BROWN. ALAN CARNEY :n • ADVENTURES OF A ROOKIE -_ rmrn 34th * r. 1. a«. s.e. I/APILU WA. 9748 Air Conditioned. Cont. 8:30-11:39. Today-Tomor Double Feature GENE AUTRY. SMILEY BURNETTE IN OLD M O N T E R E Y." JANE WITHERS. JIMMY LYDON. "MY BEST GAL ’ Matinee tomorrow 1 P.M._ HYATTS VILLE I iyatt*Tme,B*Md! Union 1230 or Hyatts. 0552. Free Parking. AIR CONDITIONED. Today-Tomor.—Double Feature JEAN GABIN. ELLEN DREW’. “THE IM POSTER GLORIA JEAN. PARDON MY RHYTHM- Matinee tomorrow 1 p.m. ifff A Raekville. Md. Rock. 191. fftlLII Air Conditioned. | Tonight Only- Cont. 7-11. ALL COMEDY SHOW. Fun for the entire family with Our Gang. 3 8tooges, Donald Duck. Popeye, Pete Smith. Bugs Bunny. Community Sing. Tomor.—Double ^Feature. Mat. 2 P M. HOPALONG CASSIDY. “MYS TERY MAN.” WILIFRID LAWSON. “MEN OF THE SEA " MARLBORO LoMr &V.,b?r Md' Air Conditioned—Cont. 7-11. ALL COMEDY SHOW, Fun for the entire family with Our Gang, 3 Stooges. Donald Duck. Popfye. Pete Smith. Bugs Bunny. Community Sing. Tomor.—Double Feature—Mat. 2 P M, HOPALONG CASSIDY. LUM BERJACK” JOHN I ODER, “MURDER ON THE WATERFRONT." ■ LOUIS BEBHHEMEB S THEATERS THE VILLAGE 'ZV51 Phone Mich. 9227. Scientifically Air Conditioned. ‘Mr. Winkie Goes to War,1 EDWARD G ROBINSON and RUTH _WARRICK. NEWTOM 13tV.:.V£wUB Phone Mich. 1839. Scientifically Air Conditioned. “Between Two Worlds,” JOHN GARFIELD. PAUL HENREID JESSE THEATER ISM. Ui Phone DU. »881. Scientifically Air Conditioned. Double Feature. “BUFFALO BILL,” . JOEL McCREA. MAUREEN OHARA. “The Falcon Out West,” TOM CONWAY, BARBARA HALE. (« VIII let St. t R. I. Axe. N.W. a I la VAN Phone NOrth 9689. Scientifically Air Conditioned. Double Feature. “Make Your Own Bed,” JACK CARSON, JANE WYMAN. . “THE IMPOSTER,” JEAN QABIN, ALLYN JOSLYN. THE VFBMIIII 3707 Mt.Vernor NEW VLHNUN Aye. Alex., Va One Block from Presidential Gardena. Phone Alex. 2424. Free Parkins In Rear af Theater. Scientifically Air Canditioned. “It Happened Tomorrow’ DICK POWELL. LINDA DARNELL. Added Attraction. "ATTACK!’' Battle of Great Briton Island. BRf H Mt. Vernon Are. r Ala PI Alex.. Va. Alex. 0767. Scientifically Air Conditioned. “THE NAVY WAY,” ROBERT LOWERY. JEAN PARKER ACADEMY ““.Ms.8* Double Feature. “GASLIGHT,” INGRID BERGMAN and CHARLES BOYER. “THE CONTENDER,” BUSTER CRABBE, ARLINE JUDGE STAMTON 8,3uc&7NE Scientifically Air Conditioned. Double Featare. “Chip Off the Old Block,” DONALD O'CONNOR. PEGGY RYAN. “MINESWEEPER,” RICHARD ARLEN, JEAN PARKER. Blilill Parkin* Space. Air Cc^AiMeneA. PRANK SINATRA. GLORIA DB HAVEN. GEORGE MORPHY tn "STEP LIVELY ' ninmnim «• **»« *t—ai**. he UvBnUHv Mat. Daily. Air Cenditlene] CHARLES LAUGHTON and MARGARET OBRTEN In "THE CANTER VILLI JOIN THE FIGHTHiG 5TH—BOY WAR BONDS AT WABHEB BBOS. THEATEBS Call REvublio 0800 i For Additional Information I Phone Theatert Direct !ALL K B THEATERS—AIR CONDITIONED ARLINGTON-FALLS CHURCH. ?A Information Phono Oxford- 1130—F. C. l/uu All Time Schedules Given In Warner Bros.’ Ada Indicate Time Feature la Presented._ Theatcra Having Matinee* AMBASSADOR «!».*c8 Mat. 1 P.M. •JANIE" with JOYCE REYNOLDS, At_1^1 5._3: 2<> 5: 25. 7:25. 9 V. Rrvrnv v i«*h aenk DXaf Cain*I LI. 3300. Mat. 1 P.M. Air Conditioned. Today and Tomorrow—JON HALL. MARIA MONTEZ in “THE COBRA WOMAN At 1:05. 2:50. 4:36. 6:15. 8. 0:45._^ riv vrDT 2324 wi*. Ave. n.w. LA1« V Lit I H O. 2345. Mat. 1 P M Air Conditioned. Today and Tomorrow—JON HALL. MARIA MONTEZ in THE COBRA WOMAN At 1. 2.40, 4:15. 6:05. 7:55, 0:45. CENTRAL 42ft 8th 8t. N.W. MEt. 2811. Open, 10:4ft A.M. Air Conditioned. Last Day — IRENE DUNNE In WHITE CLIFFS OF DOVER ' Al 11. 2:15. 5:40. 9:05. MARY BETH HUGHES in MEN ON HER MIND." At I 05, 4 :W. 7:55_ VPHHPnV Kennedy Nr. 4th N.W nLNULUI RA. 6600. Mat. 1 P.M. Air Conditioned. Today Only—CLARK GABLE LANA TURNER in SOMEWHERE ILL FIND YOU." At 1:15. 3.15. 6:20. 7 2t(. 9:25. nnvil Pa. Ave. at 7th SJE. rLnn fr. 5200. Mat. 1 p.m. Air Conditioned. Today and Tomorrow—JON HALL. MARIA MONTEZ in THE COBRA WOM AN” 1:50. 3:50. 5:50. 7:50. 9:50. euro in Mil Ga. Ave. * Sheridan. dnUilllAXl RA. 2400. Mat. 1 P.M. Today and Tomorrow — GEORGE RAFT in FOLLOW THE BOYS" At 1:15 3:2<>. 5:25. 7:30. 9:35. CVY VP9 Ga. Ave. A Colesville Pike dlLYLfl SB. .5500. Mat. 1 P.M. Air Conditioned. Today and Tomorrow—JON HALL. MARIA MONTEZ in “THE COBRA WOMAN At 1:50. 3:50. 6 50, 7:50, 9:50. ___ TTVATY Hth * Perk R4. N.W. II YULI CO. 1800. Mat. 1 P.M. Today and Tomorrow—JON HALL. MARIA MONTEZ in “THE COBRA WOMAN." At 1:10. 2:50, 4:35, 6:15. 8. 9 45. TTDTAU71I Conn. Ave. # Newark. UrlUvYH WO. 5400. Mat. 1 P.M. Last Day—JON HALL, MARIA MONTEZ In “THE COBRA WOMAN ” At 1:55. 3 55. 5 50. 7:50. 9 50. Theaters Having Eve. Perfermancee APOLLO 6^rMUne Today Only—EDWARD O ROBIN SON in MR WINKLE GOES TO WARr__At 6:15. 8:05. 9:50._ AVALON 5612 wof26®o!*’ Air Conditioned. GEORGE RAFT in FOLLOW THE BOYS “_At 5:45. 7:45. 9 45. AVE. GRAND •“/MSl** ! Last Day—MICKEY ROONEY in ANDY HARDYS BLONDE TROU BLE At 7:Q5. 9:30._ COLONY 4935g£*«&J. n w Air Conditioned. Today Only—PRESTON FOSTER in BERMUDA MYSTERY.” At 6.45. S 25. in. _ UAMr 1238 C St. N.E. IlUFlEa TH 8188 Last Day — GEORGE SANDERS. VIRGINIA BRUCE in “ACTION IN ARABIA.” At 6, 8:35. JOAN BEN NETT in ‘TWIN BEDS.” 7:15, 9:55. SAVOY 3#3#cin&.NW* Today Only—HOPALONO CASSIDY in RIDERS OF DEADLINE." At 6:40, 8:20. 10. PPpA 8244 Ga. Ave^ Silver Spring. oLtU SH. 2540. Last Day—GARY COOPER. LARAINE DAY in "STORY OF DR. WASSELL ” At 6:15. 9:15. MARY JERROLD in "MEN OF THE SEA." At 8:30. TAKONA 4th ‘g!"^1 8* Last Day—RUTH TERRY IN “JAM BOREE" At 6. £*45. VAN JOHN SON. LIONEL BARRYMORE in • THREE MEN IN WHITE.” 7:10. 9:55. YORK G&' AtC‘ N Last Day—JACK CARSON.’ JANE WYMAN in “MAKE YOUR OWN BED." At 6:15. 8. 9:45. a nrV 48th * Mass. Are. N.W. ArLA Woodley' 4600. Take the Croestown or N-2 Baa Direct to Door Healthfully Air Conditioned. Doors Open at 1:45. PAT O BRIEN. RUTH HUSSEY. ROB ERT RYAN ir. MARINE RAIDERS '* At 2:50. 5:10. 7:.15, 9:50. Also the Gay musical In Technicolor. 'Pun Time" Cartoon show at matinee only tomorow, a TV AC 1331 H St. N.E. AT. 8300 ft 1 Wtu Continuous I to 11 PM. Healthfully Air Conditioned. 3 Big Hits! JOHNNY DOESN'T LIVE HERE" with SIMONE SIMON, JAMES ELLI SON Plus: Laurel and Hardy in "THE CHIMPS '* Plus Preston Pos ter. Ann Rutherford in "BERMUDA MYSTERY."__ . PRINCESS 1UWVW* Continuous 1 to 11 P.M. Healthfully Air Conditioned Double Feature. KAY KYSER. MARILYN MAXWELL in "SWING FEVER ” Plus: JOHNNY MACK BROWN In "MARKED TRAILS.” Also serial. "PLYING CA DETS." SENATOR tori’* ”Mtt Healthfully Air Conditioned. GEORGE RAFT. VERA ZORINA in * FOLLOW THE BOYS." with a hoot of other stars. Also, the outstand ing subject. "DANGER AREA." And late news. Doors open at 6:00. STATE Showe T ut • “COBRA WOMAN,” MARIA MON TEZ, JON HALL. | PT A Treat for the Entire Family. LU Show, 7 and • "BLACK PARACHUTE,” SPOOK TOWN. AHLUCTOM "TWO GIRLS AND A SAILOR.” VAN JOHNSON, JUNE ALLYSON. WIT CAM Wilton Bird. VTUadUA Phene OX. 14M. "THE ADVENTURES OF MARK TWAIN." FREDRIC MARCH.__ ASHTON • "BOSS OF BOOM TOWN,” TOM TYLER, VIVIAN AUSTIN. BUCKINGHAM 'SSfr MR WINKLE GOES TO WAR ” |DW G. ROBINSON. RUTH WAR. HISEB-BETHESDA ut Richard Dix and Edith Barret in “THE GHOST SHIP.” Also The East Side Kids in “Mr. Muggs Steps Out.” *ewe and short Subject*.