•Michigan Kid’s’ the Title,
But the Film’s a Western
By Jay Carmody
Title department: There will be other more whimsical movie titles
before the sea; on ends, but until they come along, let's settle for "The
Michigan Kid.” a Western opus now on the program of Universal.
That's right, a horse opera.
Universal probably thought the recent strike meant the automobile
was gone for good.
* * * *
Employment department : Lewis Milestone who heightened his repu
taiioii as a director no less tnan
enormously with his work on Eric
Remarque's “All Quiet, on the West
ern Front." has been signed to direct
“Arch of Triumph."
* * * *
Filing department: That wry
faced critical reception it received
here, and an almost equally wry one
in Boston. "West of the Moon" has
lTeen withdrawn from circulation be
fore going to Broadway. It will close
oil Saturday night in Boston on the
carefully reasoned decision of the
Shuberts and Alfred De Courville,
A nlie here daily and
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the Moon” may have another go at
success in the autumn, but not be
fore Playwright Louis Bromfleld has
undertaken a complete rewrite job.
* * * *
Ideas department: In connection
with the forthcoming appearance of
'The Bandit of Sherwood Forest”
| at the Earle on April 18, it struck the
theater's publicity department that
there should be an archery contest.
So, there will be an archery contest
for Washington Robin Hoods next
Saturday afternoon at the Reservoir
Range (if that's what it is called) at
Sixteenth and Kennedy streets. The
Capital's best bowmen will compete
| with the second-best, and with all
[other subsequent grades who care
j to show up for the event. Capital,
Columbia and Potomac Archers'
[clubs will sponsor the program.
Contestants will have to bring
their own bows and arrows,
j Readers of “The Black Rose” can
j only hope that there will be a simi
! lar contest for the low bowmen when
the film verion of Thomas Costain’s
best seller comes along.
* * * *
i Casting department—Marie Nash
! —Mrs. Roger Brill, nonprofession
ally—has made fewer appearances
as vocalist in her home town since
the Earle Theater parted with its
stage shows. But Miss Nash, the
pretty thing, will be heard locally on
April 22, when she appears as soloist
! with Sigmund Romberg in his con
cert at Constitution Hall April 22.
Miss Nash's way with Romberg's
: music is one of the finest things the
composer has discovered in his whole
36 years in this country.
A statistic which proves how busy
Mr. Romberg has been between con
certs is that which informs this de
partment he has composed 2,000
numbers in those 36 years.
* * * *
Preview department — Universal
Picture's 18-minute film “Roosevelt.
Man of Destiny,” which will be re
leased in connection with the anni
i versary of the late President's death,
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WITCHCRAFT—That's the title of the dance creation involving
the attention of these girls. It is one of the numbers scheduled
for the Modern Dance Concert to be staged by Orchesis and
the Junior Dance Groups of George Washington University
Friday night at 8:30 at Lisner Auditorium.
was screened yesterday afternoon at
the Trans-Lux Theater before a
specially invited audience. The 18
minute special is a newsreel pictorial
History of Roosevelt's career between
the years 1932 and 1945. It i^ re
garded as one of the most complete
summaries of its kind ever under- j
The picture will open its regular
run at the Trans-Lux on Thursday.
* * * *
Casting department—All ttiose
actresses in the movies who could
not quite see themselves in the role
of Vinnv Day in "Life With Father”
—although it struck them as a chal
lenging sort of thing—can stop try
ing to see themselves in it.
The role will be played by Irene
Dunne, who is not in the least con
cerned about her future after having
appeared as the mother of that red
haired Day brood.
Father, if you had not heard, will
be played by William Powell.
★ * * jJ:
History department — 'Ravaged
Earth,” Chinese horror film of Jap
anese atrocities, one of the most
spectacular of war films, will be
shown at Constitution Hall this
week, beginning Thursday evening
at 7 o'clock. Continuous showings
will be offered until 11 p.m.
On Sunday the schedule will be
from 2 to 11 p.m.
>k * * *
Revival department—Despite all
those rumors during the last several
years. M-G-M has not abandoned
that "Thin Man” series. There will
be another in the saga this season
with William Powell and Myrna Loy
still playing the urbane Nick and
They Dye for 'Life With Father’
By Sheiloh Groham
Ray Mtlland takes off soon for
London to star for Hal Wallis in
“Whenever I remember.” Ray would
rather make another picture at
Paramount here first, as a sort of
followup to his "Last Weekend'
success. And I think he's right. . . .
Edmund Gwenn has the part of the
cleric in “Life With Father,” and
he is practically the only male in
the cast who does not have to dye
his hair red for his role. X wish
you could see William Powell's (he
plays father) flaming locks. . . .
Jacqueline Dalya. who had a few
dates with Van Johnson on his re
cent New York visit, is also back in
town now. to work in “Queen of
Burlesque.” . . . Lizabeth Scott is
getting ready for her third picture.
“Desert Town.” Her co-star is movie
newcomer Burt Lancaster.
That very remarkable fellow, Dick
Powell (that's what June Allyson
thinks, anyway), stars for RKO in
guess what?—“A Very Remarkable
Fellow.” . . . Anthony Quinn has 25
wives in "Sinbad the Sailor." And
I haven’t heard Tony complaiiiing
—yet. . . . I’m told that Donald
O’Connor is now out of the air
force and soon to fly back to Holly
Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
National — “Blossom Time”: 8:30
Capitol — "A Letter for Evie":
II a.m., 1:45. 4:30, 7:15 and 9:55 p.m
Stage shows: 12:55, 3:40, 6:25 and
Columbia — “Adventure'’: 10:15
a.m., 12:30, 2:50, 5:05, 7:25 and 9:45
Earle—"Saratoga Trunk": 10:45
a.m., 1:25, 4:05, 6:45 and 9:25 p.m.
Hippodrome — “W h i r 1 w i n d of
Paris”: 2:10, 4:05, 6, 7:55 and 9:50
Keith’s — “The Seventh Veil”:
11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:25, 5:35, 7:40 and
Little—“Waltz Time": 11:15 a.m.
1:20, 3:25. 5:30, 7:40 and 9:50 p.m.
11:30 a.m., 1:35, 3:40, 5:45, 7:50 and
Palace — “Sentimental Journey":
11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:25, 5:30, 7:35 and
Pix—“Mutiny Ahead”: 2:20. 5:10,
7:50 and 10:30 p.m.
Trans-Lux — News and shorts.
Continuous from 10 a.m.
Now—fly RCA S\
For air reservations
Ticket office in Statler
and Willard Hotel Lobbies
wood to resume his contract at Uni
versal. This is good news to Peggj
Ryan—and Universal stockholders
. . . Maria Montez goes back to thf
thing she does best—technicolor fan
tasy—in "Pirates of Monterrey.’
She starts work in April—a men
two months after the birth of het
Maria Christina. . . .
* * * *
When I first interviewed Lenorf
Ulric, sire was a big star on the New
York stage. Now she has signed foi
a supporting role with Merle Oberor
in "Bella Donna.” . . . Before Ar
thur Rank allowed Phyllis Calvert
to sign for Universal’s Hollvwooc
picture, "Time Out of Mind," hf
extracted a promise from her that
she would return to England whei:
the picture was finished. Most ol
the Britishers who come here foi
one picture end by buying a housf
and staying—among them Kirklanc
and Rex Harrison. And I don't
think David Niven, who really be
longs to Hollywood, will ever returr
to England, except for an occasions;
film and visit.
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, “love” in a title? Robert Cummings
(has been set for "It's Love, Love,
Love” at RKO. ... If Lucille
Bremer does not get the lead in
“Red Shoes Run Faster,” shell be
heartbroken. She was promised the
part two years ago, and it Is now
getting near the production stage.
... No wonder Humphrey Bogart
did not want to make "Stallion
Road.” In the script, Ronald Regan
gets the girl. And Bogey would
have been an amiable bystander.
That’s not his type. . . . I’m glad
Rosalind Russell is getting back to
Melvyn Douglas—in “My Empty
Heart.” They used to make pretty
good comedies together—before Mel
vyn went into the service.
* Jjc # *
Barry Sullivan is doing all right!
for himself—the result of his per- j
formance in “Suspense.” Among
other assignments, Barry has signed
to make three pictures for Mono
gram—the first is the top spot in
"The Hunted.” . . . Kathryn Gray
son is putting in a bid for the lead
ing lady’s assignment in “Song of
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Love”—featuring the music of
Robert Schuman nand Johannes
Brahms. ... No one seems to be
rushing forward with a picture for
Jimmy Dunn—the boy who won an
Academy award for the best sup
porting role of the year (in “A Tree
Grows in Brooklyn”).
If Ingrid Bergman gets the part
of Joan Madou in “Arch of Tri
umph.” the most disappointed fe
male in the world will be Marlene
Dietrich. The part fits her like a
glove. They say Marlene is through
—but that's what they said about
Joan Crawford, and look what hap
pened to her this year!
• Released by North American Newspaper
Writes on Wind
Howard Koch has been signed by
RKO Radio to write the screen play
of Robert Wilder’s new best-seller,
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‘•RAFFLES. * (reissue* at S.05._
T&lfHMA 4th Butternut Sts.
lnXlUlinGE 4312. Parking Space.
Today and Tomorow—JOAN BEN
NETr. EDWARD G ROBINSON m
• SCARLET STREET ‘ _7 ' >0. 0. .10._
VARV Ga. Ave. & Quebec PiT N.W.
lUnlV Ra. 4400
Today and Tomorrow—REX HAR
RISON. CONSTANCE CUMMINGS in
•BLITHE SPIRIT *m Tech.' at
0:15. S u5. 0 50 New?
Phone MI. 9*>27.
“THE STORK CLUB ”
BETTY HUTTON. BARRY
NEWTON 12tst NNern
Equipped with Hearing Aid Phones
“ SHE WENT TO
JAMES CRAIG. FRANCES GIFFORD
Phone nr. 9861.
RAY MILLAND. JANE WYMAN
• AIRCRAFT CARRIER ' This *
j America Series and SAGEBRUSH
1 SERENADE.” RAY WHITLEY_
C VI VAN Sl- & R ■■ Ave- N W
aitafnn p(,one NOrth 96g9
“KISS AND TELL.”
SHIRLEY TEMPLE. WALTER ABEL
“PEOPLE ARE FUNNY."
_JACK HALEY_ HELEN WELKER
THE VFDlfnN 3707 Mtl v*rncn
new v*»nnun Ave Alex Vo
One Block from Presidential Gardens.
Phone Alex. ‘il'M.
Free Parkins in Rear of Theater.
REX HARRISON. CONSTANCE
ALICE FAYE DANA ANDREWS
“THE TORTURE SHIP.”
LYLE TALBOT. JACQUELINE WELLS
STANTON 5,3 ,c £47N E
“THE FIRST YANK
TOM NEAL. BARBARA HALE
“Man From Oklahoma.”
ROY ROGERS DALE EVANS
HISER BETHESDA 74^4, w,848Av*
At 7:45 and P:4o.
Now Thru Wed.—SHIRI.EY TEMPLE m
KISS AND TELL."
nrrn 1723 Kin9 s*.—ai«x. 3443.
nuu Parking Spac*
ROBERT WALKER. JUNE ALLISON in
'THE SAILOR TAKES A WIPE _
RICHMOND 8” Ki"^r 9224
INGRID BERGMAN. GREGORY PECK la
• SPELLBOUND. •’_
GEORGE MURPHY. JOAN LESLIE, ALAW
HALE. THIS IS THE AR3f$.V'
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