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Thrills of Tokyo Bombing Raid
Captured in Palace’s Film By JAY CARMODY. It was a magnificently dramatic thing that then Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle did when he led his fleet of bombers over Tokyo in the spring of 1942. It is tnis departmeht's happy Christmas duty to report that the high excitement of the adventure has been captured intact by Metro Goldwyn-Mayer. in ‘'Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo,” which very likely is the best war theme picture out of Hollywood. Its run at the Palace can not, logically end until every dis criminating moviegoer in Washing ton has seen it. Heading the cast in this superb retelling of Doo little's raid are Spencer Tracy, Van Johnson, Robert Walker and a new comer named Phyllis Thaxter, who is destined for glittering stardom. Dalton Trumbo who wrote the screen play has followed with ade quate fidelity the terse, taut account of the famous flight by Capt. Ted Lawson and Bob Considine. He has given the love story a much heavier accent than it had in the original » but the odds are that he will be uni versally forgiven for that, for the injection of the romantic element intereferes not a bit with the un varying excitement of the yarn. The high light of the film, of course, is the actual bombing run, those Wildly thrilling 30 seconds which occupy a much longer time on the screen and constitute the most hair-raising motion picture se quence in many a season. Aerial photography has never been more effectively contrived to give the au dience a sense of actually sitting in the nose of Lawson s B-25 bomber. Almost as nerve-stretching is the passage which reproduces the take off of the huge, heavily laden plane from the deck of the carrier Hornet, an incomparably ‘difficult feat of piloting. * * * * “Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo” is a long film but it never is wasteful of the excitement packed into the ad venture, and it never quite loses the flavor of a documentary. It is the total account of one of the most amazing fighting teams ever as sembled. It takes you with the group through every aspect of their dar ing mission, from those suspense filled weeks during which the high ly specialized and secret training was in process to their mad flight to escape capture by the Japanese and finally their return to this country. Lawson, played by Johnson, is the character upon whom the storv is always focused. Doolittle, imper sonated rather grimly by Tracy, was a busy man but his business in those days was private and secret and he pops into the story very largely only in passing. It is Lawson the camera follows, the boy who married his campus sweetheart, who wanted to be an aeronautical engineer and enlisted in the Air Force to get a proper background, the chap who took off the deck of the Hornet for getful of one of his most important instructions, and who was most se verely hurt of his crew in their crash-landing off the coast of China. His dimensions are alwavs human rather than heroic and that is dis tinctly to the advantage of "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo.” It is easily the mast engaging role that has fallen to Johnson, one of the cinema’s busiest young men, and he makes the character unfailingly in teresting. * * * * It is one of the impressive assets of the Palace picture that it never falters in suspense after passing such a thrilling climax as that repre sented in the actual bombing run. Thereafter it becomes a race with death, of pitifully wounded men in flight across the wastelands of China, unable to find proper med ical supplies or attention, and un able to pause long enough to profit i by them had they been available. Whatever digressions are to be found in the picture are in its earlier sequences, those which show the young airmen and their wives and sweethearts trying to find mo ments in which to be happy in a careening universe. It might have been possible to shorten the film by deleting or telescoping some of these but it is doubtful that any one. will find occasion to complain of their presence or length. * * * * There is some excellent character portraiture to go with the superb photography of “Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo.” Miss Thaxter is out standing in her impersonation of gentle, courageous Ellen Lawson, the wife who never doubted her Ted would return to her and their | baby. Pine, too, is gangling young ! Walker as Sergt. Thatcher, the kid j in the tall gunner's turret : Horace I McNally as Doc White. Tim Mur ' dock as Dean Davenport, and Gor don McDonald as Bob Clever. The Palace, beyond question, tshould be on your calling list for the holidays. — THIRTY SECONDS OVER TOKYO ' an MGM Picture with Spencer Tracy end Van Johnson, produced by 8am Zambalist. dl i rected by Mervyn LeRoy. screenplay by Dalton Trumbo. based on the book by Cap tain Ted Lawson and Robert Considine. 1 At the Palace. The Cast. Ted Lawson _ Van Johnson i David Thatcher_Robert Walker Ellen Lawson. _Phyllis Thaxter Dean Davenport_Tim Murdock 1 Davey Jones_ . . Scott McKay 1 Bob Clever _Gordon McDonald 'Charles McClure_ Don DePore Bob Gray _Robert Mltchum "Shorty" Manrh_ John R Reilly "Doc" White__Horace McNally | Lieutenant Randall_ Donald Curtis 1 Lieutenant MUler Louis Jean Heydt I Don 8mith William "Bill" Phillips '"Brick" Holstrom _ Doualas Cowan Captain "Ski" York Paul Lankton 'Lieutenant Jurika _ Leon Ames i NEW YEAR’S EVE In Ne« York stop at Edison A Lincoln Hotels In the heart of Manhattan. Call for reservations DE * «W>0 \MBj&smBHs9sAaaBMainialJMMr (DDonnell's (orcg Shop 1219 E St. N.W., Adjoining O'Donnell's Seo Grill WINES. BEVERAGES. ETC. SERVED IN A "GAY NINETIES" ATMOSPHERE. Complete Second Floor Dining Room—Serving Traditionally Fine Food. Visit O’Donnell’s Unique Refreshment Bar. Reserved for Male Patrons Only. RESTAURANT MADRILLON Washington Bldg. 15th fir N. Y. Ave. Host to the Nation Luncheon 11.30 to 3. Dinner 5 to 8:30. Supper Dancing—8:30 to 1. j \l No Cabaret Tax until after 8:30. j Lounge Riviera"0™ 51 PETE MACIAS AND HIS DANCE BAND 9 to 2 A.M. Music and Cocktails 5:30 to 9 A MUST 'X \ in Washington Closed • LUNCHEON *i/rAU*AWT Sunday • COCKTAILS >«- o,u< % *U M W. _« DINNER THE HAY-AD AMS HOUSE Overlooking White House at 16th and H Sts Cocktails. Dining in an atmosphere of charm, dimity and gentility. Luncheon $1.00. Dinner from SI.25 _ Organ music during dinner. St t LUNCHEON BEGINS AT 45« IV f C| |Y m MANDARIN DINNERS S1.25 UP _ A LA CARTE SERVICE, TOO Chinese American Restaurant j Wisconsin Ave at R St. PARTY RESERVATIONS Ml. 9547 Free Parking on Our Own Lot Camptata Staak Blank Baaki E. Morrieoa Paper Ce 1009 Panii Arc. N.W Season’s Greetings To the men and women of our armed forces ’round the world (and to our patrons here at home) 0 CX. "Buy on Extra Bond Todoy" LOVE IN FLIGHT—Is the portion of the romantic young couple, the Ted Lawsons, impersonated in “Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo” by Phyllis Thaxter and Van Johnson. The picture is currently showing at the Palace. No Blind Role for Ingrid * By SHEILAH GRAHAM. HOLLYWOOD. Ingrid Bergman was to have played a blind girl in "Dawning.” The fans wrote. “We don’t want Ingrid to be blind,” And David Selznlck has sensibly abandoned the picture . . . Walter Pidgeon gets three months off after “Weekend at the Waldorf.” and is already plan ning the play he wants to take abroad to entertain servicemen. It will probably be “There’s Always Juliet,’ by John Van Druten. Her bert Marshall and Edna Best played it on the stage in London . . . Spen cer Tracy’s next film, after his “Without Love” chore with Kath arine Hepburn, is “The Romance of Henry Manafee," by Paul Galileo. Spencer plays a clown with the usual make-up; but before that he hopes to have another spell of visit ing sick boys in hospitals .... Ann Sothern hoped so hard that the baby would be a boy that she deco rated the nursery in blue—with blue drapes and blue trimmings for the bassinette. As you know, "he" is a girl. * * * * Hedy Lamarr is not taking any chances with her expected Infant. She is working in “Her Highness and the Bellboy,” and rather than have the long morning and evening drive to her home in Benedict Can yon, Hedy is sleeping in her dress ing room on the Metro lot, going home only for weekends. “It’s fine living in the studio,” she tells me. "I have my meals sent in, and I see a new movie every eve ning. My husband comes over, and I'll probably be sorry when the pic ture is finished.” Hedy wants a girl, and she is still enamored of the name “Victoria." The fans are sending in presents. I saw a doll that was supposed to re semble Hedy, and a tiny pair of blue woolen panties. ★ * * * Margaret O'Brien leaves for New York tomorrow—to see some snow. "I go every year,” she informs me. . . . Jennifer Jones should be in the Academy Award line-up again this year—for her job in “Since You | Went Away.” . . . Deanna Durbin is no longer seen with Robert Landry —reason: too much publicity and not enough of the necessary ingre-1 dient known as love. Deanna is now seen often with Stephen* Crane, who was once married to Lana Turner. I Tallulah Bankhead's dearest pos session is the camera screen Invented for her by Ace Cameraman Arthur Miller, who used it on Tallulah while photographing "A Royal Scan dal.” At the conclusion of the film, Miller, who calls his invention “The Bankhead" (it eliminates all lines and shadows from the face* pre-: sented it to the actress who keeps it locked in her safe. Too many gals here want to steal it. Victor Mature in town, looking kind of saucy in his sailor outfit, for the “Stars and Spars” show in Los Angeles. . . . Lynn Bari is writing the great American novel—that’s how she puts it. It's a murder mystery—“and,” says Lynn, “I've al ready got three bodies. I had a cold one day and had nothing to do, so decided to be an author.” . . . June Haver says she had a date with Van Johnson recently “and I was disappointed in him!” Per haps because her heart belongs to Seaman Farley Granger, who wrote her asking for a fruit cake for Christmas. June, a gal who does things thoroughly, sent him five. * * * * The town still wondering about the Lupe Velez tragedy. Her pres ence is perhaps missed most at the indoor Friday night fights where she had a ringside seat every week. She used to attend the open air LOANS On Diamonds, Watches. Jewelry. Cameras, Guns. Etc. Over 50 years of Public Service HORNING'S 18th and No. 1 Highway l title South 01 Hiahwav Bride* Arlington, Va. Take Bus from 12th & Pa. Ave. ■-1- 1 • PROTECT YOUTH'S EYESIGHT Give your children ell tht ad vantages of good eyesight. Stop in TODAY and let us examine their eyes. P*r Ovtr SO Yfrlt M. A. LEESE Optical Company 614 9*h ST. N.W. fights, too, but was barred after the Bob Pastor-Turkey Thompson bout. The crowd was rooting for Pastor. When the Turkey knocked him*down in the first round, he jumped to his feet without the benefit of a count. This happened 10 times and always he jumped to his feet be fore the count of one. Every one kept yelling. “Stav down for the count of nine.” On the 11th knockdown, Lupe, who was in the front row, grabbed Pastor by his trunks and forcibly held him down Pastor went on to win the fight. But the local boxing authorities were sore and barred Lupe from the ring side. (Released by tne North American Newspaper Alliance. Ine.) New Auto Laundry Caters Only to Stars Two colored boys have opened a car wash rack in the center of Beverly Hills and they cater .strictly to glamour, a huge sign across the entrance reads: "We wash the stars' cars"—and they aren't fool ing. We saw Walter Pidgeon drive in with his station wagon, followed by Turhan Bey. Bey was “helpfully impatient. Said he was in a hurry to pick up Lana Turner for a dinner date, so he set to work with a chamois and helped the boys get his car out in a hurry. "We've been in business only two weeks." said one of the boys, “and already weve washed the cars of 18 stars. And say,” he added, eyes rolling, "do you know who we had in here yesterday? . . . Rudolph AMUSEMENTS. I Valentino’s son!” We remarked that Rudoph Valentino had had no son. “Cant help that," insisted the boy, “he was in here yesterday and said he was the son of the sheik—and, anyway, there’s a picture by that name running right now.” Tokyo”: 1:20. 4:05. 6:45 and 9:"1 p.ni Fix—“Bluebeard": 2:10, 4:50, 7:35 and 10:23 pm. Trans-Lux—News and shorts, con tinuous from 10 am. Where and When • Current Theater Attractions and Time of Showing Stage. National—"The Cherry Orchard”: 8:30 p.m. Screen. Capitol — “Kismet”: 1:45, 4:30, 7:15 and 9:55 p.m. Stage shows: 1:10, 3:55, 6:40 and 9:25 p.m. Columbia — “Mrs. Parkington”: 1:35, 4:10, 6:45 and 9:25 p.m. Earle—“Our Hearts Were Young and Gay”: 1, 3:15, 5:30, 7:50 and 10:05 p.m. Stage shows: 2:40, 4:55, 7:15 and 9:30 pm. Keith’s—"Woman in the Window”: 1, 2:45, 4:30, 6:15, 8 and 9:45 pm. Little—“Top Hat”: 1:10, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30 and 9:40 p.m. Metropolitan—“Brazil": 1, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30 and 9:40 p.m. Palace—"Thirty Seconds Over AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. I CARET WHARTON t MARGARET WEBSTER U 6AUIENNE*'~SiCHILDKRAUT IN A NIW SSOOUCTION Of CHKMOVS COMED1 CHERRYORCHARD Stipd By Miss LsGsllissns Wa*. A Sat. Mato. SI.20 A 82.40 (tat tael.) T DAYS BEG. SUN., DEC. SI JIAN DAlSTMPiE «4 MARC CONMHIT MMRIlf A Caiaady by WILLIAM McCLHRT IStafW by MARC CONNIUT flaw Year1, r..: 1.20, i.go, 2.40. j, 3 g« ■>M. 1.20. I SO. 2.40. Oreh. S3 (taa Inal.) Mat*. Wad. A Sat.. SSa. 1.20. 1.80. 2.40 SEAT SALE NOW AMUSEMENTS. >,« TODAY 1 THRU I SATURDAY ■ Cant. 8-11 | i PLUS: LAUREL-HARDY ■ "PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES" I ME. 96B4 Sidney Last's I F* OF TOKYO - JAPS RAID SAIPAN W'MAL Hourly Nowieaot The Latest March of Time ! "INSIDE CHINA TODAY" Midnight Show Even Satwder I .! i 1 Jvrxe/G /sss #/r.... vgaTomar iSi J&IOIW'S fodtutfr ymc | A VERY HURRY XttlAS! m »OW . . tm Om l*:l«I Mttro-GtUwyn-Mtytr'i f T tehmictltr Spec tacit I KISMET”/ RONALI COLMAR L MARLENE METRICMj^ /CROSS and DMNHfcjj? WOW . . Door* OfM 1I:M| •fj "THIRTY / I %l SECONDS [ If OVER ft 7 TOKYO” E I Mctre-GaUwyn-Mtytr I SPENCER TRACT Aft* / VAN JOHNSON Cl / Nosnrr wauw f i Samuel Goldwyn presents BOB HOPE PRINCESSes/ m PIRATE’ STARTS « l»TH ST. Thursday, Dee. 28 BETWEER L-- r U i Gail WSSat-Owna WHH JBjR^^JUU^ Q jjl bdWtiMi \ ®**• warn iwroN 6 S W Mns **0WlWls • otfctflLl0 y 10 fi f a t m *^^i«ii|ni|ut||W*‘**S,!/^ *T^*7TBuy>^REWgr^>>d$i^s^npaiY i TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES Buy War Bonds and Stamps at Any Local Theater. CAROLINA n%t,!\tVrV' WING AND PRAYER DON AMECHE. DANA ANDREWS Also LOUISIANA HAERIDE ' JUDY CANOVA, ROSS HUNTER. Pinn r *1*0r* n.w re. oim UBUit Matinee 3 P.M. Cont. Today and Tomorrow CARY GRANT. ETHEL BARRYMORE in NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART.” Al 3:1ft. 5:20. 7:25. 9:35. CONGRESS 2931 TEho8*o«.T' 8 E BRIAN DONLEVY. ANN RICHARDS in AN AMERICAN ROMANCE” (in Techni color.) At 3. 5:10. 7:20. 9:30. DUMBARTON 1849 The Management Wishes You all a Merry Christmas. Today Only—Two Pine Features. "OH WHAT A NIGHT.” EDMUND LOWE MARGARET CHAPMAN. MARJORIE RAUMBAU. JEAN PARKER Also BELITA. world's famous dancer in LADY LETS DANCE.” Comedy. Car toon. A real Christmas treat._ FAIRLAWN •*" °Tt. ^3“ 8 E MARIA MONTEZ. JON HALL in "GYPSY WILDCAT" (in Technicolor.) At 3. 4:45, 6:30. 8.15. 10. GREEHBELT Green belt. Md. c McCarthy, e bergen. w. c fields In "SONG OF THE OPEN ROAD ' Also Disney Cartoon and Pete Smith's FOOT BALL THRILLS OP 1943.” Cont. 1. Laat complete show 9 HIGHLAND *«* 8 E ! WALLACE BEERY BINNIE BARNES In "BARBARY COAST GENT' At 3:20, 5:20. 7:20. 9:20. Also Featurette. LIDO 5K1 *•'**• S W WHITE ONLY The Management Wishes You A11 a Very Merry Christmas. Today Only i OKNE AUTRY tn "COMIN AROUND THE I MOUNTAIN.” Also "CALL OF THE JUNGLE. ' l I ITTI r «w 9th St. N.W. LITTLE Bet. F and G. “TOP HAT.” ^13*9 * a Sta. N.W Continent *-11 "PRIVATE LIFE OF HENRY VIII” and THE GHOST GOES WEST "_ .—SIDNEY LUST THEATERS-. BETRESDA BethM?a!*MdI Wl. 2868 *r 9636—Free Parkinr. Today-Tomor.—Double Feature Holiday Matinee Today at 2 P.M. Last Complete Double Show 8:10 OLSEN. JOHNSON and GLORIA JEAN in GHOST CATCHERS JOHN GAR FIELD, ANN SHERIDAN in ‘THEY MADE ME A CRIMINAL. CAMEO M,h *w5 .SeV N E i Today-Tomor.—Double Feature Holiday Matinee Today at 2 P M. Last Complete Double Show 8:30. I EDDIE BRACKEN El LA RAINES in "HAIL THE CONQUERING HERO JERRY COLONA in "ATLANTIC CITY '' BTlTTCVn 1 V Baltimore Bird: niJIllaVILLL Hyattsville, Md ! UN. 1230 or Hyatts. 0552. Park Free. Today-Tomor.—A Technicolor Hit. Holiday Matinee Today at 2 P M. JUNE HAVER MONTY WOOLLEY DICK HAYMES in IRISH EYES ARE SMILING.” At 2:15. 4:40. 7:10. 9:35. Hlf * Rockville. Md. Reek. 191 niJUU Free Parking. Holiday Matinee Today at 3 P.M. T.ast Times Today—-At 3:50, 5:35. 7:25. 9:15 FIBBER McGEE and MOLLY In ' HEAV ENLY DAYS." MARLBORO c*"r M4 Holiday Matinee Today at 3 P M Last Times Today—At 3:35. 5:25. 7:20. 9:15. FIBBER McGEE and MOLLY in ‘ HEAV ENLY DAYS " HIPPODROME N VT&^9th Cont 2-11—Double Feature Today TYirough Saturday See the Cobra Kiss! Climax to 1.000 Thrills in Exciting. “Dangerous Journey.” LAUREL and HARDY In "PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES. I STATE Shawl *-11. '] “MARRIAGE IS A PRIVATE AF . FAIR.” LANA TURNER. JAMES ■CRAIG. | VP A Treat for the Entire Family wU Shawl 2-11. “ARSENIC AND OLD LACE,'’ CARY I GRANT. PRISCILLA LANE. ARLINGTON SMS "SENSATIONS OP 1945. ' ELEANOR POWELL. DENNIS O’KEEFE WILSON ,ph«>a^OZ>>144ML' “LAURA.” OENE TIERNEY. DANA ANDREWS. ASHTON *I6S wn,on B,Td “GREENWICH VILLAGE.” DON AMECHE. VIVIAN BLAINE BUCKINGHAM ttSETWl. "RAINBOW ISLAND.” DOROTHY LAMOUR. EDDIE BRACKEN_ 1BFY 48th A Mm. Aye. N.W. ilrU Woodier 4800. Tike the Croiitown or N-2 Baa Dlraat to Door A Gals Christmas Show. One ot the Grandest Musicals of All Times. Doors Onen at 2:45. “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" (In ilorlous Technicolor), with MONTY WOOLLEY. JUNE HAVER, DICK HAYMES. At 3:15. 5:30. 7:40. 9:55. Also March of Time. "POST WARFARMB." Matineeshowsallweek. ITT 1C <331 R St. N.E. AT. 8300 Continuous I to 11 P~M. Double Feature. A Oala Christmas Show. HEDY LAMARR. PAUL HENREID. SYDNEY GREENSTREET, PETER LORRE in “THE CONSPIRATORS.” Plut: First N.E. Showinc. A WAVE, A WAC AND A MARINE,” With KLYBK KNOX. SALLY KLERK PRINCESS m?,V*Wx Continuous 1 to 11 P.M. Double Peature. Gala Christmas Day Show. JUDY CANOVA. DENNIS DAY in “SLEEPY LAGOON.” Plus: RALPH BELLAMY. JEAN CAGNEY tn “QUEEN OF THE MOB” SENATOR Oala Christmas Show. Two Bl« Hits. Doors Open at 12:30. HUMPHREY BOGART. SYLVIA SID NEY. DEAD END KIDS In “DEAD END.” At 1, 3:55. 8:35. 9:35. Plus: BONITA GRANVILLE, KENT SMITH. “YOUTH RUNS WILD.” At 2:45. 5:30. 8:25. Matinees dally this week, I-Mnwttm MONTY WOOLLEY, DICK HAYMES, JUNE HAVER in “Irish Eyes Are Smiling.” Also Newt end Short Subject*. Matin** leery Day at a P.M. » I 10 © C5 ■ ° flO o si ?a v tC u *0 3 * I K. HOLIDAY MATINEE TODAY 3 P.M. All Warner Theater* All Time Schedules Given in Warner Bros. Ads. Indicate Time Feature Is Presented.____ _Theaters Havins Matinees AMBASSADOR ‘cMi Matinee 3 P.M. GAIL RUSSELL. DIANA LYNN In • OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY." At 3:40. 5:40. 7:40. 9:40, APOLLO fr Last Day—STEVE CRANE in "CRY OF THE WEREWOLF At 3 5:50. 8:40. FIBBER McGEE and MOLLY, HEAVENLY DAYS 4:05. 8:55. 9:46 AVALON 6613 cwo. Matinee 3 P.M. Last Day—FIBBER McGEE and MOLLY in * HEAVENLY DAYS.” At 3:45. 5:45. ?:45. 9:45._ . AVE. GRAND ,i45 ,p,‘8' Matinee 3 P.M. Last Day—JACK HALEY HARRIET HILLIARD in "TAKE IT BIG At 3. 5:45. 8:25. EDW G. ROBINSON In “TIGER SHARK." 4.15. 8:55- 9:40. BEVERLY "iV* Today ana Tomorrow—MONTY WOOLLEY in IRISH EYES ARE SMILING. At 3:25* 5:25. 7:25. 9 3'> rat vrav 3321 wt» Are n.w. lALVLHl wo. 3315. Mat 3 P.M. Today and Tomorrow—M O N T Y WOOLLEY in IRISH EYES ARE SMILING.’• 3. 5:10 7.20. 9:30. Cart CENTRA?. w Matinee 3 P.M. Today and Tomorrow—GEORGE SANDERS LINDA DARNELL In “SUMMER STORM * At 3. 6 10 9:15. BENNY FIELDS in MINSTREL JifAN." At 5. 6: 10._ rot AftfV 1935 Ga Are N.W. tULUrf X GE. 6500. Mat. 3 P.M. Today and Tomorrow HEDY LA MARR. PAUL HEN REID in 'THE CONSPIRATORS At 3 20. 6:20. 7:20. 9:20._ OAAtr 1230 C St. N.E. aUilL TR. 8188. Mat. 3 P.M. I Last Day—GEORGE SANDERS and LINDA DARNELL in SUMMER STORM ” At 3. 6:05. 9 15 ROY ROGERS in “MAN FROM MUSIC MOUNTAIN _At 4 55 8:05._ irriflimv Kennedy Nr. 4th N.W* ALnnLIIXRA 6600. Mat. 3 P.M Today and Tomorrow—LANA TUR NER. JOHN HODIAK in MARRIAGE IS A PRIVATE AFFAIR “ At 3:10. 5:15. 7:20. 9:30._ fsruu Pa Aye at 7th S.E. rf.Hn FR. 5200. Mat. 3 PM j Today and Tomorrow—M O N T Y WOOLLEY in IRISH EYES ARE SMILING ” At 3:30. 5:30. 7:30. 9:30 CAirnv 3030 11th st. n.w. aAVUX CO. 1968 Mat 3 PM. Last Day—TOM CONWAY in FAL CON IN MEXICO At 3. 4 45. 6 30. 6:15. 10._ frifiA 82H Ga Ave.. Silver Spring af*vU SH. 2510 Mat. 3 PM Las: Day—WM BOYD in'MYSTEPY MAN ' At 3:40. 6:15. 8:50. BASIL RATHBONE in PEARL OF DEATH At 4:40. 7:10. 9.45._ SHERIDAN iV?:ob*M»t”3PmM Todav and Tomorrow—PAULETTE GODDARD. SONNY TUFTS • I LOVE A SOI-PIER " :t. A id. T in. 9:30 ■n ff 17D Ga Avr A CoImtIU. Pik« JlLYLn SH A.VMl Mat. 3 P M Todaw and Tomorrow—CARY GRANT ETHEL BARRYMORE in NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART At 3 10. 5:15. 7:25, 9:30 __ I • 8 £ 5 « k v g! (IS ; i « ; w 1 • k. THVnU X lih A Butternut Ms. TAKUrIP GE. 1315. Mat 3 F M Last Day—BRIAN DONLEVY in "AN AMERICAN ROMANCE At 3:40. fi:5Q. 8:55 infill I Itth A Park Rd X*. TIVOLI CO. 1300 Mat 3 PM Today and Tomorrow—M O N T Y WOOLLEY in IRISH EYES ARE SMILING."• At 3:30. 5 35. 7.35. P 40. Cartoon. _ ITBYAUfll Conn. Are. A Newark. UrTOWIi WO. 3400. Mat 3 P.M. Last Day—MONTY WOOLLEY In IRISH EYES ARE SMILING At 3:15. 5:55. 7:30. 9:45 OABff Ga Are. A Quebec PI. X.W, TunH RA. 4 too. Mat. 3 P.M. Last Day—CLAUDETTE COLBERT. JOSEPH COTTEN in SINCE YOU WENT AWAY." At 3- 6. P. Cartoon THE VILLAGE KV: Phone MIeh. 9227. “Irish Eyes Are Smiling.” MONTY WOOLLEY. DICK HAYME8. Matinee at 2 P M_ NEWTON ,:“s«dxr"’ “I LOVE A SOLDIER.” PAULETTE GODDARD. SONNY TUFTS Matinee at 5 PM JESSE THEATER 'nrhs f ST Phone DU. 9861. Double Feature “Christmas Holiday.” DEANNA DURBIN. GENE KI3.1Y. “SWING HOSTESS ” MARTHA TILTON. IRIS ADRIAN. _Matinee at 3 P.M.__ (VI If in 1st St. A R. I. Are. N.W. aXLvAP Phone NOrtb PfiRR. Double Feature “THE CONSPIRATORS.” HEDY LAMARR. PAUL HENREID “Henry Aldrich’s Little Secret,” JIMMY LYDON. CHARLIE SMITH Matinee at •.; P.M THE wrounil 3707 Mt.Vernon NEW VLnnUfl Are. Alex., Va. One Sleek from Prealdentiel Gardens Phone Alex. 2451 Free Parkinc In Rear of Theater. “LAURA,” GENE TIERNEY. DANA ANDREWS. Matinee at 5 P.M. mill Mi. Vernon Ave. rALFl Alex.. Va. Alex. 0767 “The Ghost Catchers,” OLSEN and JOHNSON. Matinee at *2 P.M. ACADEMY “"Me8-* Double Feature. “ADDRESS UNKNOWN,” PAUL LUKAS K. T. STEVENS. “Follow the Leader,” EAST SIDE KIDS. __Matinee at 2 P.M. STANTON ft,3uC3S3‘47Nt Double Feature. “JANIE/’ JOYCE REYNOLDS. ROBERT HUTTON. “IN SOCIETY,” BUD ABBOTT, LOU COSTELLO. Matinee 5 P.M. ALEXANDRIA VA. nrrn 1733 Kin* st.—ai«*. 3445. BUll Parkin* Space. GREER GARSON. WALTER PIDGEON. In MRS. PARK1NGTON." wmomm^.teTSObSSi •XIOHTSCOFR<^oaSAOTA FE."