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KIDNEY and BLADDER Condition This natural mineral water from Hot Springs, Arkansas, helps to— 1. Stimulate kidney functions. 2. Soothe "bladder irritation. S. Neutralise uric acidity. 4. Discharge wastes. Phone fùr * Cat· Today MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER MEt. 1062 904 12th St. N.W. Intcrettint Booklet oh Renueit DEALER FENDERS BRAKES PAINTING ENGINE BODY WORK Hill & Tibbitts 1 M 4 V Ε R Μ Ο NT A V Ε Ν . W J 'Two Mrs. Carrolls' Returns, But Without Its Old Zest By Joy Carmody When the finished hef third season in it last spring, Elizabeth Bergner sent "The Two Mrs. Carrolls" to dead storage. It remained quite dead during the opening performance of a two-week engagement at the National Theater last night. Always a coy, implausible, semi hysterial piece of writing, it once was amenable to the magic of Miss Bergner's acting tricks. Once, but not twice. "Hie Two Mrs. Carrolls" is an entirely different piece of enter tainment from that which drew packed houses for three years, in cluding a farewell fortnight here just a year ago this month. If this seems puzzling, and it does, it is a puzzlement that lasts only a few minutes beyond the rise of the curtain. Then it becomes apparent what has happened, namely, that the glib polish the play had then has vanished. The cast is the same, except for one minor change, but it has lost the trick known as timing. Nothing fits any longer. The artful dressing of a kittenishly quick and graceful per formance has disappeared and the skeleton of a badly overwritten play stalks across the stage. * * * * A year ago, it still was a pleasure to relax and be hypnotized by Miss Bergner as the second of the two Mrs. Carrolls. She had a way with her then, a kind of burble she would get into her voice and some fasci nating gestures with her hands. It was entertaining juai to sit back and feel that she was wonderful even though the play was preposterous. Now the same tricks cannot deceive at all, and the sharp awareness is simply the one about the play being preposterous. If there is any one who does not know what "The Two Mrs. Car rolls" is about, it synopsizes easily at this point. It is a melodrama that stems from a villainous artist, a painter of irresistible charm. Geoffrey Carroll is the fellow's name and women capitulate as fast as they pose for him. Some of these he marries, at least the two in the play's title, of which Miss Bergner is the second. But Geoffrey's weak ness is that he always falls in love with his newest model, a weakness complicated by the fact that he will poison unwanted left-over females who interfere with his philandering. xuere is & proiouncuy oia fashioned ' fragrance about such tales as this. In the year during which it was laid away, this changed to mustiness In the oase of "The TWo Mrs. Carrolls." If it is suitable at all any longer, it can Only be for the summer thea ter where it can mingle with the scent of new-mown hay. Miss Bergner's collaborators, mainly those of the original long run of the play, include Stiano Braggiotti, Josel Ashley as the Adonis-like artist, Rhodelle Heller as the finale femme fatale of the painter's life, and Mischelette Bur a ni as a quite funny maid servant. The set of the current produc tion of '"Hie Two Mrs. Carrolls" is easily the most depressing of the season, one that perhaps no cast possibly could work against. For its next production. Johr Gielgud's "Love for Love," the Na tional will have the novelty of a Tuesday night opening. Congreve'i comedy is an elaborate affair and the time required to set the produc tion will not permit of the régulai Monday night peformance. By way of compensating for this, Where and When Current Theater Attractions and Time of Showing Stafe. National—"The Two Mrs. Car rol Is"; 8:30 p.m. Screen. Ambassador—"Love and Learn"; 1:20, 3:25, 5:30, 7:30 and 8:40 p.m Capitol—"Ramrod"; 11 a.m.. 1:45 4:30, 7:15 and 10 p.m. Stage shows: 1, 3:45, 6:30, and 9:15 p.m. Columbia—"The Red House"; 11:10 a.m., 1:15, 3:20. 5:25, 7:35 and 9:35 p.m. Earle—"Love and Learn"; 11:20 a.m., 1:25. 3:30. 5:40, 7:45 and 9:55 p.m. Hippodrome—"Brief Encounter": 2:15, 3:50, 5:25, 7, 8:40 and 10:1£ p.m. Keith'»—"The Best Years of Oui Lives"; 11:15 a.m., 2:40, 6:05 anc 9:30 p.m. Little—"Henry the Pifth"; 2:3( and 8:30 p.m. Metropolitan—"The Locket"; 11:2C am., 1:25, 3:30, 5:35, 7:40 and 9:4E p.m. Palace—"The Yearling"; 11 ;0£ am., 1:40, 4:15, 6:55 and 9:30 p.m Pix—"Earl Carroll's Sketch Book"; 2:55, 5:10, 7:40 and 10:05 p.m. Trans-Lux — News and shorts Continuous from 10:15 ajn. iFrafianannna Gielgud and his group will give a special Sunday performance, May IB. The total for the two weeks will add up to the standard 16 presenta tions of the comedy, which *411 go from here straight to Broadway. * * * * - "The Best Years of Our Lives," Academy award winner, was destined to set a new long-run record at Keith's. The day of its anticipated victory will be Friday, at which time the Goldwyn production will have achieved a rim of seven weeks and two days. The odds are, if you are the betting type, that it has another fortnight in sttye for it—but the odds could be wrong. Previous long run, It may surprise you also to know, was that of the comedy "Ball of Fire," starring Gary Cooper and Barbara Stanwlck, which held forth at the 15th street house for seven weeks and one day. "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" did an even seven weeks. * * * * Bulletin board: "California," Ray Milland's first western which opens at the Capitol on Thursday, will be screened for the drama desks today ... And tomorrow Warners will com pound the compliment by showing "It Happened on Fifth Avenue," next attraction at the Metropolitan . . . That one, with Don De Fore and Victor Moore, once was listed as James Stewart's first post-war effort. . . . And with Frank Capra as di rector. . . . Monogram acquired the rights when Capra and Stewart got busy on "It's a Wonderful Life." ... A special showing of "Henry V," now in its seventh month at the Little, will open at the Booker T. theater on May 9.... Four perform ances will be given in the two-day engagement, 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. daily. . .. Prices will be the same as those for the picture everywhere, $1.20. and $1.80 matinees, $1.80 and $2.40 at night. . . . Fred Astaire will be star of the Theater Guild of the Air performance of "The Animal King dom" next Sunday. Hollywood: Pidgeon Signs To Stay at Metro Until He's 71 By Sheiloh Graham Laurence Olivier will play Mar cellus for J. Arthur Rank when current negotiations between Rank and Frank Ross for "The Robe" are completed. You can expect the official announcement of this any day now. Walter Pidgeon's new contract at Metro takes him to the age of 71! I doubt whether Walter will look any different then than he does now. And for my money he can stay in pictures until he's 100. Susan Hayward gets Van Heflin for her next picture. And you can expect a change of pace in her pic ture material. Susan has made two strong pictures in a row—"Smash Up'' and "The Lost Moment"—and her next will be something lighter. Ginger Rogers paid more than $52,000 for her new double-decker trailer. It sleeps 10 people. But Ginger will use It as an office for her employes when she makes her picture, "It Had to Be You," at Columbia, with Cornel Wilde. Burt Lancaster is off to New York for his sister's wedding. When he comes back here in a couple of weeks, Burt will decide whether to make "Thunder on the Hill" with Joan Fontaine. A lot depends on his current financial tangle with Hal Wallis. Olivia de Havilland's picture, 'The Snake Pit," has been post poned until July. This means an interval of a year and a half since she finished her last movie. "The Dark Mirror." That's too long be tween pictures. And by the way Olivia's agent, Kurt Frings, assured me that he is handling other clients, in addition to Olivia and she does not hold him td an exclusive con tract. I Zachary Scott is suffering with excruciating headaches and when he finishes "Whiplash" he goes to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Balti more for a complete checkup. William Holden has sold his entire collection of guns. That accident to Hymie Fink's little daughter scared Bill and his wife, Brenda Marshall. Orson Welles is very unhappy be cause Republic has decided against filming his "MacBeth" package. I guess they didnt quite believe that Orson could deliver the movie in 24 days at a cost of $650,000 . . . Philip Yordan is having "MacBeth" trouble, too. The Johnston Office has blue-penciled the first script of his modern version called "Joe Mac Beth." You should have stuck to Shakespeare, Mr. Yordan. Richard Ney refused a good part in "The Foxes of Harrow" because he wants to be free to travel with Wife Greer Garson when she fin ishes "A Woman of My Own." Glenn Ford has been offered the same producing deal given to Rita H ay worth if he'll sign a seven-year contract now. Glen still has two and a half years to go on his present deal. At the moment his idea is to free lance at the end of 1949. But I'll make a bet now that he'll sign the new contract. It's too big to refuse. Maureen CHara. recently de scribed in a magazine article as "Frozen Champagne," has been in vited to the Chicago frozen food show next week as "The Thaw of the Week." James Mason murders his wife in "The Upturned Glass." And it's his real wife, Pamela Kellino! The couple are co-starred. * φ ψ ψ w Dennis Morgan has a bad cold but continues with "Two Guys Prom Texas." 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DAUVNIWS •tarring JOHNSON-w HOWARD BETTER THAN HENRY V" Ν V. HMAID T1UIUNI « CABOLIKA »* * ν c av. se CIRCLE 2101 r«u Av.. N.W. RE. 0184 Last Day—"SINBAD THE SAILOR" (In color), DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. JR.. MAU REEN o'HARA. Open 4:45 p.m. Feature at 5:00. 7:06. 9:30. DUMBARTON 1349 Wisconsin Av·. Ml. 1154 Today and Tomorrow—First time at popu lar prices. "CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA" (in gorgeous Technicolor) with VIVIEN LEIGH, CLAUDE RAINS and five thousand others. You'ye never witnessed anything like it before. Picture starts at 6:30 and 9. Also Short Subjects. Presented as a single feature. GREENBELT CrMftbalt, Md. GR. 2221 Double horror show. JUNE IvOCKHART, DON PORTER. "SHI WOLF OF LONDON" and LOIS COLLIER. FRED BRADY, "THE CAT CREEPS." At 7 and 8:30. LIDO 3227 M St. N.W. Mich. 38901 roday and Tomorrow, two hits—"TWO SISTERS FROM BOSTON," plus "SLIGHT LY SCANDALOUS." THE pil M 2402 Mt. Vernon Av·. NEW ·'Del Roy (Alax.) OV. 3340 Sensational Double Feature Show—ALAN LADD, "OANOS. 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Double Feature — "THE SECRET i HEART." CLAUDETTE COLBERT. ' EASSWJSPSS»· "'all out.·'! CLIFF PENN, TEA LA LORING. S VI VAN s'· *> *· '· av·. n.w. «■■•inn Phon> NOrth 96t9 Double Feature—"THAT BRENNAN GIRL," JAMES DUNN. ΜΟΝΑ FREE MAN. "8ILVER STALLION." DAVID SHARPE. LEROY MASON. THt VTRWflN 3707 *»· Vernon new »«Miun Av, AUx_ Ve ι Ob* Block From Presidential Garden*. Phone Ale*. 2434. "THEBEGINNING OR THE END.' , BRIEN DONLEVY and ROBERT WALKER. ACADEMY a ,th *·· » nvnvui « u SîSÏ1* Γίίίϋ£ί^ΓΗΑΤ BRENNAN vKSÎ* Î*Î^?.PUNN, ΜΟΝΑ FREE ΒΟΥί) FOOL S GOLD " WILLIAM STANTON 313uc ^ Double Feature—"TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY," ROBERT WALKER. VAN HfPLiN· "THE BRUTE MAN," TOM NEAL. JANE ADAMS. il il ~ Λ Λ ai ii BEEP ,7Î3 Kin9 St.—AU*. 3449 « - Parking Spec· DOROTHY LAMOUR, BOB HOPE "MY FAVORITE BRUNETTE." | RICHMONDm ; ?.&h Rûesmx, ^CLAIRE TRKVOR, "THE BACHELOR'S DAUGHTERS " CENTRE '52·^· "THE BEGINNING OR THE END." BRIAN DONLEVY and ROBERT WALKER. 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Tom Drake in "The Beglnnin* or the End, at 1:167 3:20. a.Ho. 7:i)0. 9:3o. - ' ' " ' ' ' TlVm I 14th & Park ltd. N.W. IlTUlil co ,100 Mat. 1 P.M. Today and Tomorrow—James Stewart. Donna Reed. "It's a Wonderful Life," 1:30,4:10, 6:60. 9:30. March of Time. TTPTOVM Conn. Ave. & Newark uriunn wo 3400 Mat. 1 Ρ J*, liait Day—James Stewart, Donna Reed In "It'» a Wonderful Life." at 1:30, ■4:10, 8:60, 9:30. Cartoon. Theater» Having Evenln» Perfernaneea APOLLO "t" SboN £ Last Day—Larry Parks, Evelyn Keyes in "The Jolson Story" (in Technicolor), at 6:35. 9:20. AVALON 54,2 ££ H w· Today and Tomorrow—Loretta You η r David Niven in "Perfect Marrla*e," at 6:15. 7:56. 9:40. AVE. G BAND 445 ££"■ Today and Tomorrow—Mickey Rooney Bonita Granville in "Love Lauthi at Andy Hardy." at. 6:15, S:OS. 9:55. COLONY 4933 & ^NW' Last Day—Joan Crawford, John Oar fleld In "Humoresque." at fl:45. 9:26. HONE 1230 Today and Tomorrow—"The Time, the Place and the Girl" (to Technicolor). Dennis Morian. Jack Carton, Janlt Paite. Martha Vlckers, at β:25, 9:25: Rlcardo Cortet In "Gentleman Prom California," at B:XO. MacARTHUB Free Parkins Space Available to Patr*a> Last Day—James Caaney, Annabella in "13 Rue Madeleine," at 7:10. 9:40. Cartoon. SAVOY 3030 £\&N'W· Today and Tomorrow—Walter Pldieon. Claudette Colbert, June Allyson In "8e cret Heart," at 6, 7:45 9:40. crpfl U44 Go. Av.„ Silver Spring SH. 2340. Parking Spec· Today and Tomorrow—Bint Crosby, Fred Astaire. Joan Caulfleld In "Blue Skies" (In Technicolor), at 7. 9:20. Τ AIT Ml A 4th <1 Butternut Sts. IHAUM Gi 43,2. Parking Space Today-Tomorrow—Joan Crawford. John Oarfleld. "Humoresque." 8:25. 9:05. YORK α°· Av·· *■ Qvebw PL H.W. Today and Tomorrow—James Mason Margaret Lockwood to "Wicked Lady," at 5:45. 7:40. 9:35. ([T1TT *hen· 'β'·» Chr. ISM ***** Show, 7 ond * P.M. BOOMERANG." JANE WYATT. DANA ANDREWS. 1 VIP A Treat for th· Entire Family. "*"* Shew, 7 end * P.M. "SINGING IN THE CORN," JUDY CANOVA. ALLEN JENKINS. ahlimctoh ζ,Τά',Ζ: •■LADY IN THE LAKE." AUDREY TOTLER. ROBERT MONTGOMERY. wilso* izxsr&t· "BOOMERANG." JANE WYATT. DANA ANDREWS. ASHTON 3144 *"»» Phone OXford 11J· "THE JOLSON STORY." LARRY PARKS. EVELYN KEYES. BUCKINGHAM "CROSS MY HEART." BETTY HUT TON. SONNY tufts. CLfUr 1130 Ne Gl.be ltd Free Perking. OXford 4264 "LOVE LAUGHS AT ANDY HARDY." MICKEY ROONEY, ΒΟΝΓΓΑ GRAN· IBTV 46 th * Mme. Ave. N.W. ftrbA wo 4400 Coot, from 1 P.M. First Uptown Shtrwln»—JAMES CAO 9:45 ATLAS M »· *·«· at not Continoow, 1.11 P. M. BÙA LUPINO In "THE MAN I LOVE." P'u» ΡΕΝΝΜΟ'ΚΚΕΡΕ In "MR. DIS TRICT ATTORNEY." Minn. Ave. et lining *d. N.I. TIL .400. JAMES CAGNSY In "13 RUE MADE LEINE." 1:26. 3:30. 5:30. 7:36. β:40. ■AYLDB * Alebome Ave. HftlleUB Si Αγ 7ΓΤ0. BBIVrrtC 1119 H St. H.E. rnUlkUS Cent. 1-II.P.M. Tt. «00 . FRED MecMURRAY. ANN BAXTER I In "SMOKY" (in Technicolor), ««* [AL PXARCE end GANG in "OH* ΙΊβκπτινο WEEK." nSEl-BETHESDA , DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. Jr. in „ "SINBAD THE SAILOR," (in TtchnioolvK 6:SO. 7:36 end t il.