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Mr. Selznick’s Roving Beauties
Find a Real Carping Critic
By Jay Carmody
You can learn things from reading the weekly memo which Loew’s
pays Ernie Emerling and Dan Terrell to dispatch from New York.
The latest one, for instance, reveals that David O. Selznick’s recent
Innovation of sending out beautiful female models Instead of old-fash
ioned, ash-covered press agents was not 100 per cent successful.
A misanthrope, fellow name of Bud, who conducts a movie column
out in unio, probably still is mined"
at Selznick. The columnist, it
seems, is one of these Old Testament
type newspapermen who follows the
who, when, where, what, and, if pos
sible, why formula of reporting.
When he finds some one who can
answer those questions, he is a
happy man who goes home at night
feeling the world is a little better
informed because he is in it.
In meeting Mr. Selznick’s Flor
° ence Pritchett, Bud came a cropper.
Miss Pritchett is beautiful, far too
beautiful to have to know the an
swers to any such silly questions as
who, when, where, what, and, if
possible, why. In fact, Miss Pritchett
does not have to know anything. «
The outlandish subject on which
Bud hoped to find her informed was
about a couple of old dames in show
business about whom Hollywood was
making one of those inevitable life
story movies.
Were they still alive? Bud wanted
to know.
Miss Pritchett did not know they
ever had been alive.
Did the movie fellow accurately
portray their life story?
Silly boy, she already had an
swered that.
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Were the songs In the picture the
ones they popularized?
Miss Pritchett, who went back a
few notes beyond “Chlckery Chick,”
blew up at that point. She started
asking the questions.
“What do you think I am?” she
flung back In Bud’s startled teeth.
“A history book?”
Bud obviously never will under
stand women, but Mr. Selznick
should be reassured that there are
a lot of critics and columnists
around the country who want to go
on trying to do so.
Give Bud the old tom, tweedy
ones and let the others have Miss
Pritchett.
A * 4
Ingrid Bergman’s Ians who prob
ably have been worried by the spec
tacle of the poor girl being all
women in movie after movie—a nun,
a psychiatrist, and that one in
“Saratoga Trunk”—can ease their
tension a bit. Miss Bergman is not
going to have to be a Congress
woman, which would have been an
entirely new type for her. And for
Congress, naturally.
Her role in “Katie for Congress”
has finally been given to Loretta
Young. The latter probably will
have much more time for campaign
ing than Miss Bergman.
It would have been fine to see
Miss Bergman in Congress, probably
representing Minnesota, with that
Wonderful accent.
* * * *
The fact that he won last year's
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SHE STAYS, OF COURSE—
Being Ingrid Bergman, in
black wig, whose tour de force,
"Saratoga Trunk,’’ continues
for another week at the Earle.
accolade for the best performance
on Broadway did not earn Leo G.
Carroll—one of the finest actors in
the modern theater—the right to
play the role of the George Apley
in the movie version of the Mar
quand play.
Hollywood’s explanation: Carroll
lacked “marquee strength” or draw
ing power at the box office.
The dudgeon that the announce
ment produced among the cinema's
severest critics is now somewhat
mbllified, however. Twentieth Cen
tury-Fox has assigned the role to
Ronald Colman. Colman should do
well with it, but he will have to do
more than that to impress those who
were fortunate enough to see Carroll
in the original.
That was a great performance.
Stephen Longstreet’s “Stallion
Road,” which Warner Bros, have
had more trouble casting than any
other picture in years, still is with
out stars. After months of confi
dence that Humphrey Bogart and
Lauren Bacall would play the roles,
the studio has just had the shock of
having them both walk out—for the
second time.
* * * *
Statistical note: Errol Flynn will
have eight leading ladies in “Adven
tures of Don Juan.”
* * * *
The story of Variety clubs, in
cluding the one in Washington, will
finally be told on the screen in “Star
Spangled Rhythm,” an all-star fea
ture which will be produced by
Paramount. Variety now has 27
branches in as many cities through
out the country.
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driver, got a traffic ticket when he
parked his car on a downtown
street.
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Widening streets has similar lim
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JjuutCZ.
Dennis Sings Only in Church
By Sneilah Graham
HOLLYWOOD.
Shirley Temple fighting mad with
the columnist who said she was
18. “I won’t be 18 until next
month,” Shirley tells me. That’s
kind of cute. Shirley, much thinner
after her siege in the hospital with
wisdom tooth trouble, informs me
that Husband John Agar has been
out of the Army two months, “and
is trying to decide what to do. The
only thing we are sure of is it won’t
be in the movies.” Too bad; the
boy’s good-looking.
Peggy Cummins has bought a car,
but hasn’t had time to learn to
drive. A studio chauffeur takes her
to work — "Forever Amber” — and
home again. Peggy’s a valuable
property. Her technicolor movie has
a budget of $3,000,000, and Peggy
is in almost every scene. . . . Dennis
Morgan fills in his spare time sing
ing with the First Presbyterian
Church in Hollywood—with the
choir on practice night! They
won’t let him sing in movies—
SO-.
Dane Clark has 3 acres of land—
but no kitchen. “We heat up the
food by breathing on it with my
hot anger,” says Dane. He’s angry
because he and his wife are living
in what he calls “the back house” on
the estate. It was mean for a cou
ple of servants who failed to show
up. The kitchen had been tom
out and a bathroom substituted.
Now the Clarks can’t get materials
to build the main house.
* 3k * lk
Raoul Walsh, flooded with appli
cants for his house since his di
vorce hit the papers. Relax, folks;
he’s selling, not renting. . . . Every
day some one at Warners puts out
an item to the effect that John
Garfield is signing with them to
make more pictures. “Definitely
no.” says John. And by the way,
he is not starring in “The Life of
Angelo Patri,” as rumored recently.
Patri, famed child psychologist,
author on education and children,
was principal of Public School No. 45
in New York from 1914 to 1944.
P. S.—45 is Garfield’s alma mater.
. . . Jerry Wald, producer of “Mil
dred Pierce,” is so aware of the
merits of good publicity that he
telephoned items to columnists from
his hospital sick-bed. Jerry’s a nice
guy and deserves his good breaks.
* # * *
Errol Flynn feeling under the
weather and he calls writers and
producers to confer with him at his
house. This is something new and
Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
Stage.
National—“Blossom Time”; 8:30
p.m.
Screen.
Capitol—"Abilene Town”; 11 a.m.,
1:40, 4:25, 7:05 and 9:50 p.m.. Stage
shows: 12:50, 3:35, 6:20 and 9 p.m.
Columbia—“The Sailor Takes a
Wife”; 11:30 a.m., 1:30, 3:30, 5:30,
7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
Keith’s—“Tomorrow Is Forever”;
12. 2:25, 4:55, 7:20 and 9:40 p.m.
Earle—"Saratoga Trunk”. 10:45
a.m., 1:25, 4:05, 6:45 and 9:25 p.m.
Hippodrome—“Crime and Punish
ment”; 3:45, 6:45 and 9:50 p.m.
Little—"Jane Eyre”; 11:20 a.m.,
1:25, 3:25, 5:30. 7:40 and 9:45 pun.
Metropolitan—“Tarzan and the
Leopard Woman”; 11:50 a.m., 1:50,
3:50, 5:50, 7:50 and 9:50 p.m.
Palace — "Sentimental Journey”;
11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:25, 5:30, 7:35 and
9:40 p.m.
Pix—“Wuthering Heights”; 2:40,
5:05, 7:30 and 9:50 p.m.
Trans-Lux—News and shorts.
Continuous from 10 a.m.
Steinway Mahogany Case Baby
Grand Plano, Decorated Walnut
Dining Boom Suite, Antique Ma
hogany Secretary, Chippendale
Mahogany Library Table, glass top;
Korean Cabinet, Teakwood Stands
and Tabourettes, Mahogany Dining
Boom Suite, Oriental Rugs, large
lot Canton China, Upholstered
Davenports and Chairs, Old Guns,
Maple Furniture. Mirrors, Radios,
Pictures, Secretaries, Bookcases,
Books, China, Glassware, Silver
ware, etc.
At Public Auction
at Sloan's Galleries
71S 13th St.
WEDNESDAY
April 3rd
Starting at 10 A.M.
Now on Exhibition
Termc Cm»h.
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Established 1801
Host
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M a g g i a' s best
manner:
Served from
11:30 to 3
Loxala Duo Playing
Dinner 5 to 8
Loxala Trio

Supper and
Dancing
8:30 to 1:30
Johnny Robb's famous
Madrillonians and La
zata Trio ploying for
uninterrupted dancing.
Eddie Poindexter sing*
ing songs you like.
means that Warners are relaxing
their rule of having every one at the
studio check in by 9:30 a.m. and not
leave until 5:30 p.m. Most writers
prefer to work at home, but the
Warner boys like to have them
where they can be seen. . . . Jean
Pierre Aumont wants to teach his
wife, Maria Montez, some outdoor
games—thinks they will be good for
her. They begin with tennis. Jean
plays a good game. . . . Richard
Cromwell, mate of Angela Lansbury,
is hoping to take over the Kildare
series in the role originated by
Le Ayres. Lew says he does not
want them any more.
♦ * * *
Judy Garland says no more
changes of hair color. To date Judy
has been red, blond and pink, but
from now on remains a brunet.
“I don’t want Liza (her new baby)
to grow up with a rainbow-colored
mama,” says Judy, who brought the
baby home from the hospital last
week. . . . Franchot Tone, on the
restless side, tells me that he will
take the wife and two children to
New York in the fall, when he will
tppear in another play. "I sold the
ouse I bought from Robert Mont
gomery,” he adds. The mansion was
sold a year ago—“before the current
inflated prices,” says Franchot. He
hopes to find an apartment in New
York—the optimist!
Linda Darnell caddying for hus
band Pev Marley at the Riviera
Country Club. . . . Noah Berry, jr„
seen waiting for a table at “The
AMUSEMENTS
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WELLES • FONTAINEl
jAHchRt I
-AST2DAY j
Constitution Hall. Tomorrow at 8:30
8. Hurok Prerents
Alicia
MARKOVA
and Anton
DOLIN
and their ensemble
Classic and Semantic Gems from
Famous Ballets
Tickets: SI.20. SI.80, S2.40, S3.
On Sale at Caopel Concert Bureau
In Ballard’s. 1300 Q Street RE. 3503
nth tj / <\ y\
Pork Rd. N.W.
Dancing Every Evening
AIR* COOLED
RKO KEITH’S:5;
JL. ONlN |0i45—SUN. 12
IW1' . "nmiiiiu mints
11 Claudette Orson
4 Colbert • Welles
3 ^ Brent.
TOMORROW
«FOREVER
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I “THE SEVENTH VEIL"_J
La it 3 Day* • Door* Opait 10:45
! Glory Ridden Story of i
“ABILENE TOWN”
RANDOLPH SCOTT • ANN DVORAK
United Artists' Release
CZZD
THE VAGABONDS £r'.STBg
— Starts THURSDAY —
On ScrtM
“A LETTER
FOR EVIE”
MARSHA HUNT
JOHN CARROLL
HUME CRONYH J
M-GM 1
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NOW ... Doors Open 10:30
A Love That Crossed All Barriers!
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JOHN PAYNE
MAUREEN O’HARA
WILLIAM BENDIX
“SENTIMENTAL
JOURNEY”
20th Century-Fox
Last 3 Days • Doors Opon 11 A.M. I
ROBERT WALKER'JUNE ALLYSON .
“THE SAILOR TAKES fl W1FE.VJ
House of Murphy.” He's also wait
ing for a new film assignment, now
that his option was not taken up at
Universal. I’m wondering how much
being the son of his father has
helped him. Whenever he gets a
chance to act he comes through.
But the chances have been too few.
(Released by North American Newspaper
Alliance.)
Sylvia’s Wardrobe
Goes on Tour
HOLLYWOOD.
The 24 various gowns designed
for Silvia Sidney in her glamour
role of a congresswoman in the
Benedict Bogeaus picture, "Mr. Ace
and the Queen,” will “go on tour”
following the finishing of the pic
ture.
The gowns will be displayed in
17 dress-designing schools through
out the country as a model exhibit
AMUSEMENTS
... 36 ALL-STAR ACTS
SHR/NE
&KC0S
ULINE ARENA
APRIL 8-14
Matinees 2:00 P.M.
Every Day
Night Shews 8:15 P.M.
$1.20. $1.80. $2.40.
including tax
TICKETS ON SALE AT
Almas Temple
1315 K St. N.W.
Ullne Arena
3rd L M Sts. N.E.
C. C. Cappel Concert
Bureau, at Ballard's
1300 Q St. N.W.
■ » ^ Mil IT ■ w m\
HISTORIC FIRST SESSION
INTEREST CENTERS ON
IRAN-RUSSIAN DISPUTE
WASHINGTON
CHERRY BLOSSOMS
WMAL—Hourly Nowteatt
U A MUSICAL TREAT
| YOU LL NEVER FORGET*
/0\ "IMS LIFE AND LOVES Of
/Plx\ BEETHOVEN'
(l)TN AT H n w] • Hear Selections Fmm •
Tomorrow * **»«•« IcetHneen Weeks: •
Moonlight Sonata — Appassioraa
Sixth (Pastoral) — Third Ninth Symphonic
A0MIRA1LY FLAYED IY THE
FARIS CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRA
CONDUCTED RY LOUIS MASSON
fiSSstto
JAMES DUNN
Ralph MORGAN
■■■s==ar
Last Day for
‘WUTHERING HEIGHTS’
LAUREL and HARDY
"OLIVER THE EIGHTH"
^^GARY^
COOPER
INGRID
BERGMAN
WARNER BROS. GREATEST!
tONA Run s
^'SARATOGA
TRUNK" ,
HgrniUT AT AMBASSADOR_|
EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS'
“TARZAN lid the
LEOPARD WOMAN”
*N »KO hCTUtf
JOHNNY WEISSMULLER &
AISO ON SCREEN %
WARNER BROS CARTOON PARAMOUNT NEWS - i j
I EDGAR ItNNEDV COMEDY • SPORTS PARADE _J?
of the art of motion-picture dress
designing.
Michael Woulfe, who designed the
entire wardrobe, will accompany the
exhibit to several key cities and
will lecture on motion picture gown
designing before classes of students.
Maureen in Oil
Maureen O’Hara, co-star of RKO
Radio’s Technicolor special, ‘‘Sidbad
the Sailor," has had her portrait
painted by the Mexican artist Ra
mon Espino Barros. She is one of
the six top Hollywood beauties to be
included in the exhibition of his
work at the Los Angeles Museum on
April 15.
Ingrid Bergman, co-start of RKO
Radio’s* “Notorious,” is included in
AMUSEMENTS
NATIONAL Bag. Tonight 8:30
INCL. NEXT SUN. MAT. I EVE.
MtU. Wed.. * Sat.. * Baa. at 2:3*
Rombarg’s Graatast Triumph
BLOSSOM
TIME
Sehobart's Immortal Molodlot
—BEATS AVAILABLE—
the sextet of screen beauties painted.
The art show is sponsored by the
Office of Inter-American Affairs,
which will later tour this country,
Mexico and South America.
' AMUSEMENTS
MATINEE TODAY 2:30
Box Office Opens
Noon—CO. 2000
j I DICK SYKES and RO MURPHY j
WARDMAN PARR THEATRE
4 OPENS MARCH SO
Tttkriu Nit mm 5ml*
V CARPEL CONCERT IUREAU
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TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES
P&Rfll Ilia H*h * N. C. Av. S.E.
bHnULlflH Cont. from j.43 pm.
"SHE WOULDN'T SAY YES." ROSALIND
RUSSELL, LEE BOWMAN. Plus ' SNAFU,"
ROBERT EENCHLEY, VERA VAGUE.
CIRCLE 2405 Po' Av*- N,w' RE'0184
Last Day—"MY REPUTATION." BARBARA
STANWYCK and GEORGE BRENT. Open
5:15. Feature at 5:45, 7:55, 9:40.
DUNBARTON 1349 Av*'
' Last Day — Two Hits — “YOU CAME
ALONG," ROBERT CUMMINGS. ELIZA
BETH SCOTT. Plus "THE RED DRA
GON,” SYDNEY TOLLER as Charlie Chan.
i PDPrmn T Gre.nb.lt, Md.
j UllUnsLlll Greenbelt 2222
! INGRID BERGMAN, GREGORY PECK In
"SPELLBOUND.” At 7:17 and 9:22.
I inn 3227 M St. N.W. WHITE ONLY.
Michigan 5980
Last Day—Two Big Hits—Full of Thrills—
"THE ROUGH RIDERS OF CHEYNNE.”
Plus “ROUGH. TOUGH AND READY.”
LITTLE 608 Nin*h s,‘ N W‘
“JANE EYRE.”
mUth & H Sts. N.W.
Continuous 2-11
“WUTHERING HEIGHTS/^
—SIDNEY LUST THEATERS
VAVlIfnnn Eastern Ave. A Varnum St.
nnilTUUU M, Rainier, Md. WA. 8899
i Washington's Newest. Finest Theater.
Today. Tomorrow — at 7:01. 9:22-—
GENE TIERNEY. CORNEL WILDE In
"LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" tin techni
color i. __
nrrurena 77,9 Wisconsin Ave.
DLlHLilUH Bethesda, Md.
Wl. 2868 or 9636. Free Parking.
Today. Tomorrow — at 7:10. 9:27 —
BRABARA STANWYCK. GEORGE
; BRENT in "MY REPUTATION En
! joy our Retlscope screen—the finest in
Ameria._
psurn 34th A R. I. Ave. N.E.
VnFIIsU WA. 9746.
Double Feature—Last TuHShow 8^28—
JENNIFER JONES. JOSEPH COTTEN
in "LOVE LETTERS" and VERONICA
LAKE. EDDIE BRACKEN In "HOLD
THAT BLONDE.”
HYATTSVILLE “X'mI
IJN. 1230 or HY. 0552—Free Perkin*.
Today. Tomorrow — at 7:01. 9:10 —
BARBARA STANWYCK. GEORGS
BRENT in "MY REPUTATION."
Mil It Rockville Md. Rock. 191.
«UiU Fm Parkins.
Last Day — at 7:05. 9:05-—ERROL
FLYNN. ALEXIS SMITH in “BAN AN
TONIO" tin Technicolor)._
MARLBORO Upp*r "KSrV*
Last Day —at 7:15. 9:15 —JUDY '
GARLAND. JOHN HODIAK in "HAR
VEY GIRLS" tin Technicolor)._
HIPPODROME
Doors Open 1:45—-Two Hits.
JOSEPH COTTEN,
DEANNA DURBIN in
“HERS TO HOLD
HARRY BAUR, PIERRE
BLANCHAR in
“CRIME AND PUNISH
MENT.”
Plus Up-to-the-Minute News.
-K-B THEATERS
48th & Mats. Av*. N.W.
Woodley 46C0
INGRID BERGMAN. GREGORY PECK
in •SPELLBOUND.''
Feature: 1:00. ,1:10. 5:25. T:35, 9:45.
ATLAS 1331 H St- N-E-AT’ 8300
JOAN LESLIE. ROBERT HUTTON
in 'TOO YOUNG TO KNOW.’
Also
ALFRED DRAKE. JANET BLAIR
in "TARS AND 8PARS."
PRINCESS ,,19t?.s^;e
EDDIE BRACKEN and VERONICA LAKE
in "HOLD THAT BLONDE."
Also
Zane Grey's "SUNDOWN JIM."
SENATOR aTRET^s
BARBARA STANWYCK. GEORGE
BRENT in "MY REPUTATION."
Feature: 7:15 and 9:30 P.M.
If R VI AD 28th and Alabama
nAVLUn Av. SE AT 7270
INGRID BERGMAN. GREGORY PECK
In "SPELLBOUND "
Feature: 6:55 and 9:05 P.M.
FAIRLAWN AMUSEMENT
COMPANY THEATERS
ATI ANTIC Atlantic St. at S. Capitol
JklLAJVIlls St s w TR )M0
INGRID BERGMAN. GREGORY PECK
in •SPELLBOUND.” At 5:15, 7:20,
9:25. Doors open 5:00.__
CAPITOL Capitol^ Heights, Md.
DOROTHY LAMOUR. JON HALL in k
reissue ol "HURRICANE.”
CONGRESS 2931 S E'
JUDY GARLAND. JOHN HODIAK in
"THE HARVEY GIRLS” in technicolor.
At 5:30, 7:30. 9:30. Doors open 6:00.
FAIRLAWN^-t h9°£
GENE TIERNEY, CORNEL WILDE,
JEANNE CRAIN in "LEAVE HER TO
HEAVEN” in technicolor. At 6:15, 7:20,
9:25. Doors open 5:00.
HIGHLAND 2533 sE
INGRID BERGMAN. GREGORY PECK
in "SPELLBOUND." At 5:15. 7:20,
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Phone Temple 1000 for Information.
Ample Free Parkin*—7-<l P.M.
•MY REPUTATION." BARBARA
STANWYCK, GEORGE BRENT._
5T8TP Phone Falls Chr. 1555
Shows 7 4 9
“SCARLET STREET." EDWARD G.
ROBINSON. JOAN BENNETT._
I PP A Treat for the Entire Family.
“““ Shows 7 4 9
"KISS AND TELL." SHIRLEY
TEMPLE. JEROME COURTLAND.
ARLINGTON
"HARVEY GIRLS.” JUDY GARLAND,
JOHN HODIAK.
WII UN 1729 Wilson Blvd.
missun phon> ox )480
“SCARLET STREET." EDWARD G
ROBINSON. JOAN BENNETT.
ACDTftN 3,W Wilson Blvd.
RMIlIUn Phone Oxford 1139.
“LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN,” GENE
TIERNEY. CORNEL WILDE.
BUCKINGHAM
“BELLS OF ST. MARY’S" BING
CROSBY. INGRID BERGMAN. _
GLEBE Rd'
HARVEY GIRLS," JUDY GARLAND,
JOHN HODIAK.
HISER BETHESDA 74“
Today through Saturday!
INGRID BERGMAN
GREGORY PECK in
Alfred Hitchcock’s
“SPELLBOUND.”
At 5:45, 7:40 and 9:45 PM.
Added: Donald Duck Cartoon.
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ALEXANDRIA, VA.
ffrm »723 Ki"9 St.—AUx. 3443.
Parking Spac..
BETTY HUTTON. B\RRY FITZGERALD.
DON DE FORE in ' THE STORK CLUB.”
RICHMOND 8,9
RAY ROGERS. DALE EVANS in "ALONG
THE NAVAJO TRAIL.”
ARLINGTON, VA.
SHIRLINGTON 2800 s *andolph *’•
juiuiiinmun Ovwlock 2300.
DEANNA DURBIN. FRANCHOT TONE I*
• BECAUSE Of HIM.”
All Tine Schedules Given In Werner
Bros.' Ads Indicate Time Feature le
Presented._
Theaters Haring Matinees.
AMBASSADOR ^ ‘0°^
Matinee It I PM
GARY COOPER INGRID BERG
MAN ill SARATOGA TRUNK.” At
1:20, 3:55, 6:30. 9:10.
RFVmf V 15th & E N.E.
DC.Tbilisi l( 3300 Mo, , PM>
Parking Soaee Available to Patrona.
Today thru Thursday — INGRID
BERGMAN. GREGORY PECK la
"SPELLBOUND.” At 1:10. 3:15, 5:20.
7:25. 0:30.
rai VFRT 2324 Wis. Ave. N.W.
bHliTbni wo 2345. Mot 1 P.M.
Perking Space Available to Patrone
Today thru Thursday — INGRID
BERGMAN, GREGORY PECK la
•■SPELLBOUND.” At 1:15, 3:20.
5:25. 7:30, 8:35.
rrifTRAT 423 9th St. N.W.
bbflllUUi ME. 2841. Opens 10:43
Parking Space Available to Patrons.
Today and Tomorrow — DOROTHY
LAMOUR. JON HALL In "HURRI
CANE” (reissue). At 11:10. 2:10.
5:15. 8:15. WILLI AN GARGAN.
NANCY KELLY in "FOLLOW THAT
WOMAN. At 12:50. 3:50, 6:50, 9:50.
KFNMrnV Kennedy Nr. 4th N.W.
AEsIMbUX RA. 6400. Mol 1 P.M.
Parking Space Available to Patrons.
Today and Tomorrow—JUDY GAR
LAND. JOHN HODIAK in THE
HARVEY GIRLS” (In Technicolor). At
1:20. 3 25, 5:25, 7:25, 9:30.
□ FlfN Pa- Ave. at 7th S.E.
r 4*41 (4 FR $200. Mat 1 P.M.
Parking Space Available to Patrona.
Today thru Friday—INGRID BERG
MAN, GREGORY PECK in “SPELL
BOUND.” At 1:15. 3:16. 5:20, 7:20,
9:25. News._
VHFRinAN Ga- Av>- * Sh,ridan
anisitiif An RA 24oo. Mat 1 p.m.
Today and Tomorrow — SYDNEY
GREEN8TREET. GERALDINE FITZ
GERALD. PETER LORRE In "THREE
STRANGERS.” At 1:05, 3:15, 6:25,
7:30, 9:40.
CTf VFR Ga. Ave. & Colesville Pike
oib y bn SH 5500 Mot , P M
Parking 8pace Available to Patrons.
Today and Tomorrow — BARBARA
STANWYCK in "MY REPUTATION.'1
At 1:15. 3:15. 5:25. 7:30, 9:35.
Tivni I U,h & Pork Rd. N.W.
t ■* win co Ig00 Ma, , p M
Today thru Friday—INGRID BERG
MAN GREGORY PECK in ‘‘SPELL
BOUND.’' At 1:10, 3:16, 6:20, 7:20,
0:35.__
TIP TOWN Conn. Ave. & Newark.
urivTin wo 5400 Ma, , P M
Today thru Thursday — INGRID
BERGMAN. GREGORY PECK in
"SPELLBOUND." At 1:10, 3:15, 6:20,
7:25. 9:30.
Theater* Bavin* Eye. Performance#
APOLLO 6VrH53Ve
Today and Tomorrow—JUDY GAR
LAND. JOHN HODIAK in "THE
HARVEY GIRLS" (in Technicolor).
At 6:00. 7:55. 9:45.
AVALON 56,2 Ss?* *£ N-w
Today and Tomorrow — BARBARA
STANWYCK in "MY REPUTATION?1
At 5:45, 7:35. 9:30.
AYE. GRAND 64?l Pa2^v* S E
Last Day — BASIL RATHBONE.
NIGEL BRUCE in "TERROR BY
NIGHT." At 6:40. 8:20. 10:00.
COLONY 4933
Today and Tomorrow—GENE TIER
NEY. CORNE;, WILD E. JEANNE
CRAIN in "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN"
(in Tech.), At 7:00, 9:25. New*.
HOME “ 1230 cJT^T
Last Day—DENNIS O’KEEFE. MARIE
McDonald in "getting Gertie's
GARTER." At 6:00. 8:30 VIVIAN
BLAIN. DENNIS O'KEEFE in "DOLL
FACE." At 7:10, 9:40,
SAVOY 3030 coV^ N-w'
Last day—LEO QORCEY, ' BOBBY
JORDON in "LIVE WIRES." At 6:15,
8:00, 9:50.
crrn 8244 Go. Ave., Silver Spring.
““VW SH. 2340. Parking Space.
Last Day—ERIC VAN STROHEIM In
"THE MASK OF DIUON.” At 6:15.
9:00. JAMES CRAIG. 8IONE HASSO
in "DANGEROUS PARTNERS." At
7:30, 10:00,
TfilfflMA 4th & Butternut St*.
* GE 43,2 Parking Spoc.
Last Day—GENE TIERNEY, CORNEL
WILDE. JEANNE CRAIN in "LEAVE
HER TO HEAVEN" (in Tech.). At
6:50. 9:15.
vnnir <*>- Ave. & Quebec PI. N.W.
* RA. 4400.
Today and Tomorrow—BING CROS
BY. INGRID BERGMAN in "BELLS
OF ST. MARY'S." At 6:50. 9:20._
THE VILLAGE
Phone MI.
“SPELLBOUND.”
INGRID BERGMAN. GREGORY
_PECK._
NEWTON ,2ths*NNT"
“The Harvey Girls,”
JUDY GARLAND. JOHN HODIAK.
JESSE THEATER
Phone DU. 9861.
Double Feature.
“KISS AND TELL,”
SHIRLEY TEMPLE. WALTER ABEL.
“So This Is Washington,”
_LUM AND ABNER._
CVT VAN >»* St. & R. I. Ave. N.W.
ailaTMl phor, NQrth 96g9
Double Feature.
“The First Yank Into
Tokyo,”
TOM NEAL. BARBARA HALE.
“DAKOTA.”
JOHN WAYNE. WALTER BRENNAN.
THE vrnMnw 3707 M>- vemM
NEW Avt A,„ Vo
One Block from Presidential Gardena.
Thone Ale*. 2424.
Free Parkin* in Rear of Theater.
“SPELLBOUND.”
INGRID BERGMAN. GREGORY
PECK.
ACADEMY S E
Double Feature.
“CAPTAIN KIDD,”
CHARLES LAUGHTON, RANDOLPH
SCOTT.
“Sing Your Way Home,”
JACK HALEY. ANNE JEFFREYS.
STANTON 3,3UC ss;47n e
Double Feature.
“SNAFU,”
ROBERT BENCHLEY, VERA VAGUE.
“Why Girls Leave Home,”
PAMELA BLAKE. SHELDON
_ LEONARD.

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