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MATINEE TODAY, 2:30
TONIGHT AT 8:30
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present·
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Released thru UNITED ARTISTS
Only Enia*eeent in Washiniton
Prices: Etc*.. «Z.40. SI .80; Mats.. SI.80.
SI.20 tax inel. Choice seats available.
Little Theatre « **£ {£·
EXTRA!
STARTING TODAY
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Ktl I* Stilt Eluwhen In Washington
CURRENT TOP EVENTS
• Secretary Marshall's Return and
Report on Moscow.
• United Nations, Palestine Sessions
Open. New Pictures of UN Leaders.
WMAL—Hourly Newscast
LAST SHOW STARTS 10:41
STAR, Washington, D. C.
kY, MAY 1, 1947.
Three Veteran Toughies Return
Bringing Stars in Clusters
By Joy Cormody
One look at local movie marquees today Is enough to Intimate that
Hollywood has no truck with this sulphur and molasses dose for spring
fever sufferers. Good, lusty slugs of derring-do. de luxe skull-bashings,
and the elixir of adventure constitute Hollywood's prescription.
To this end, all in a single day. It offers three re-issued pictures,
"The Sea Hawk," "The Sea Wolf" and "Boom Town." ·
All three are Drewar stuff. 4he first·
two twinned as a special bargain at
the Earle; the latter pulled from the
i shelf on which it has been aging, and
j possibly hardening as such strong
; stuff does, as the Columbia's feature.
Success of each of the elaborate,
expensive features was enough in
: its day to justify the producing
studio to believe it can be repeated—
on a partial scale, at least—today.
Big money-makers these were, al
most a decade ago. If then, why not
now?
It is interesting to look back to
the period in which the trio of ad
venture hits was being made.
Warner Bros, was in a sea-phase
at the time. As an expression of
its fascination, it had just completed
the first "indoor ocean," a gigantic
soundstage which was the admira
tion and envy of all other movie
producers. Here was the movie
maker's victory over the theretofore
least controllable of the elements.
Now, directors could have what they
pleased in the way of ocean weather.
On tap every hour of the day were
calms, hurricanes, typhoons, and
everything between. Nature sud
denly was at the mercy of man and
sea sagas fairly dripped from the
movie capital. Not only those of
Warner Bros., but of the other
studios as well.
The Warners were not selfish with
their ocean. When they were not
using it, it was made available to
others, on the theory that it is silly
to have an idle ocçan when prospec
tive tenants were standing outside
the gate trying to rent It.
On their ewn pictures relating to
the seas and violent adventures
thereon, the ocean-owning studio
was uterly fearless in casting such
pictures. There was no such thing
as too many stars. Certainly their
employment ran up production ex
pense, but back it would come and
more besides. Bread upon the
waters was never anything like this
in bringing its reward.
"The Sea Wolf," that gory and
salty tale, collected such expensive
perforfners as Ida Lupino, Edward
G. Robinsqn, John Garfield, Barry
Fitzgerald, Alexander Knox and
Gene Lockhart, merely to mention
the cream of its cast. That is what
the studio thought of Jack London's
hair-raising, welt-raising, brain
bashing narrative of Wolf Larsen,
"the most feared and hated captain
who ever sailed the high seas."
The other is not quite so expen
sively cast, but it pitted Errol Flynn
against Claude Rains, and just be
yond them displayed such players
as Brenda Marshall, Alan Hale,
Donald Crisp and Flora Robson.
This was a day when Hollywood
had a largeness in its heart, and a
fondness for the sea.
The pictures provide a loud echo
of it.
* * * *
πυ vue wiiu in cm tue μιυ- {
ture's making, as this reviewer was
one hot summer, ever will forget :
M-G-M's enthusiasm for its daring
in assembling such a cast for "Boom
Town.-' It was something of a classy
convention then to cast Clark Gable
ind Spencer Tracy together. With
both standing around one and two
in the annual boxofflce ranking of
stars, the proud-spirited studio !
dared to put them together in a
single picture and prove that such
bravado could pay off—on the
double, I
But, it was something else to·
raise the ante by Claudette Colbert
and Hedy Lamarr. "Boom Town," j
whose spirit was altogether reckless,
was reckless enough to do even this.
It worked out even better than
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer had ex
pected. The very idea of teaming β
quartet of such stars in a picture ;
THE VICTIM — Robert Ijiit
churn plays a young man
driven to suicide by the shady
actions of Laraine Day in "The
Locket." The picture con
tinues for a second week at
the Metropolitan.
was so captivating to the country
that summer that the publicity prior
to the release of the screen-play
would have more than paid their
collective salaries.
* * * *
Now, all these years later, here
they are again, reflecting one of
the great advenfCrous days in
Hollywood's history.
Another thing they may reflect,
and if so Hollywood will make care
ful note of that, is that the picture
which endures best and lends itself
most effectively to a second profit
able run, is the one that deals in
derring-do. The musical which suc
ceeded the adventure screenplay in
doubling the number of stars in the
cast has been an errant performer
in this respect.
In time, the latter have a tendency
to take on a dated look in costume,
quality of dialogue, and especially in '
the reminiscent nature of their;
scores. j
The tough ones survive and the
three which opened downtown to
day are out to add further heart
ening evidence on this score. *
That, at least, is the idea.
Drama Festival
Starts Saturday
The Washington Theater Alliance
Spring Drama Festival opens Satur
day night at Cafritz Auditorium
with the local premiere of "I Re
member Mama." The Foundry The
ater will present the play. The play,
in two acts, has been adapted from
Kathryn Forbes' book "Mama's
Bank Account." Jane Plummer Bice, i
Virginia Stone, Bob Elford and|
AMUSEMENTS
Marion Beasley are featured. Kath
leen Shannon is the director.
"Kind Lady" will be the contribu
tion of the Drama Workshop of th<
Jewish Community Center mi Maj
4. Jerry Raker and Faiga Goldsmar
will be starred and Libby Taylor wil
direct.
Together Again
HOLLYWOOD.
Ronald Reagan and Alexis Smith
who teamed in "Stallion Road.'
have been selected for the starring
roles in the forthcoming produc
tion. •'Sunburst." an original storj
by Dietrich V. Hanneken and Aleck
Block.
It will be produced for Warnei
Bros, by Ranald MacDougall. Ruth
Brooks is writing the screen play.
Almost Missed
By the AtMckrtad Pr·»»
Kathryn Grayson almost missed
her chance to sing for President !
Truman at the Jackson Day dinner
in Washington, D. C.
She drove half way from her
home to the airport before remem
bering «he had left her music on the
piano, where she had been prac
ticing In the final moments.
If her plane hadn't been delayed
10 minutes at the takeoff, Kathryn
would have missed her date with the
President.
AMUSEMENTS
EVENING PARKING
40e 6umpMT0
CAPITAL GARAGE
1320 Ν. Y. At«. N.W.
Between 13th and 14th
AMUSEMENTS
Washington Premier
of Broadway Hit
John Von Druten'i
I REMEMBER MAMA
Cafritz Auditorium 16th at Q
8:30 P.M., May 3. All seats reserved
Tickets: Tolbert Ticket Agency,
Willard Motel
JOHNNY JONES
EXPOSITION
26TH AND BENNING RD. N.I.
NOW THRU MAY 3
HOWARD UNIVERSITY
FORUM
THIRD MEETING
Friday, May 2, 1947, 8:30 P.M.
RALPH Bl'NCHE
Director, Division of Trusteeship,
United Nations
THE UNITED NATIONS AND
COLONIAL PROBLEMS
Questions from the Audience
ANDREW RANKIN MEMORIAL
CHAPEL
8ixth Street and Howard Place N.W.
Admission—S1 .*20
Tickets and Information
Office of the University Secretary
DUpont β 100. Extension 20? \
BCOMimiE
EIWEGARDE
HOTEL SXAXLEIt
THE MORE THAN FIFTY
FUN GIVING FEATURES AT
THE FORTY-ACRE
Start at 1 P.M.
TODAY AND EVERY DAY
D A Ν C IJV G
Start» 9 P.M.—Ends 12 P.M.
JACK COERY O&K. OF 14
MILDRED KIRKE SING*
à
AMUSFMENTS
The Wathington Theater Alliance
A Sprint Drama FeitWal. 8:30 P. M.
Mar 3.
"I Remember Mama"
May 4. "Kind Lady"
May 5.
"Gueift in the House"
May β, "The Tavern"
May 7. "Candlelight"
May 8. "The Man Who
Came to Dinner"
CAFRITZ AUDITORIUM
leth and Que Streeta N.W.
Singlet, $1.20 Series, $6.00
Talbert Ticket Bureau—Willard Hotel
RKO KEITH S -
DOORS OPEN 10:45 MON. TO FRt.
SATURDAY, 8:45 SUNDAY, 12 NOON
^ GREAT WEEK!
'Sets down
life as it .«··
really is
and as it
can be"
PwJIOPIAY
V AI.A/1N»
Semutl Goldwyn ^mmn
"THE BEST YEARS
OF OUR LIVES"
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AMUSEMENTS
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IN MARTIN VALE'S
HE TWO MBS CARRGLLS
4&âL JOEL ASHLEY
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THE CITY SLICKERS
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JOODLES WEAVER * GEOMtE ROCK
MICKEY KATZ * DICK GARDNER
r HELEN GRACE * BETTY JO HUStON
ft DR. HORATIO Q. BIRDBATH * DJNG BELL
V BILL KING * fHE SLICKEREnES .
-A, nihUlH CARLYI" —'
SHE LEFT HER MARK—
by Kiss and Claw!
HW& OBEROI (jwji BRENT
(Wei KORVIN Oy LUKAS
em
jrtotuii
ignore ULRIC · Arnold MOSS
Ludwig STOSSEL
Break A Woman's Heart—
THAT WAS HIS
WAY OF MAKING
LOVE!
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11
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Greater than his lust for power
in America's new empire, was
his love for the scandalous
woman he couldn't tame...
who hated him only as a
woman in love could !····*
ALL THE SPECTACLE, BEAUTY AND
DUMA OF THE FLAMING DAYS
WIEN CALIFORNIA WAS BORN!
A Poromount
P«»wr· Herring
^n«JeeVinicol°i·
RAY . BARBARA
MILLAND· STANWYCK
BARRY
FITZGERALD
with
6E0R6E CMS
ALBERT DEKKER · ANTHONY QUINN
FRANK FAYIEN
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- JOHN FARRO

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AMUSEMENTS
\
By Request—
THE CHILDREN'S THEATER
OP WASHINGTON
W1U repeat
"Adventures in Ox"
A Washington School at th« Ballet
Production
Special Matinee, gataréar, Mar S.
S:30 a.m.
Roosevelt Auditorium
13 th and. Allison St*. N.W.
Ticket* : $1.20 . .60 - .10
On Sale at Snow Concert Bareas
11·* G Street N.W.
■ponaorthlp—D. C. Recreation
Production
COLUMBIA &Κ
NOW ... Doors Open 10:30
Clark
Claudene
■mrimiAMW
BOOMTOWNl
TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES
CAROLINA 11,h *· N c Av· - SE
lADULUH Cont from 6;4B PM
"TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY" (in
Color', ROBERT WALKER. JUDY GAR
LAND. Cartoons.
CIRCLE
2105 Pa. Av·. N.W. RE. 0184
Last Day—"ANGEL AND THE BADMAN "
JOHN WAYNE, GAIL RUSSELL, at β. 7;45.
9:40.
DUMBABTON 349 Av*
Today and Tomorrow—Two Big Hits—
PAUL MUNI, ANNE BAXTER, CLAUDE
RAINS 111 "ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER";
Plus 'BEHIND THE GREEN LIGHTS,"
CAROLE LANDI8, WILLIAM GRAHAM.
GmnbalV Md. GR. 2222
GREENBELT
BURT LANCASTER. AVA GARDNER In
•THE KILLERS,·· at 7, ».
LIDO 3227 M St° N W· Ml· 589°
Today and Tomorrow—Two Hits—ALAN
LADD, GERALDINE FITZGERALD in
Ό. S. S."; Plus "DYNAMITE RANCH."
THE DKI M 2402 Mt- Vernon Av·.
NEW Del Roy (Alex.) OV. 3560
Another Big Double Feature Show—"A
LETTER FOR Ε VIE" and "DUKE OF THE
NAVY"; Plus Selected Shorts. From β:.ΊΟ.
-SIDNEY LUST THEATERS—
HIPPODROME N Vvwï ™
Noel Coward s "BRIEF ENCOUNTER "
"One of the year's ten best."—Ν. Y.
Times.
rnrvmv V Defense Highway
knCiTbniil at Landoy.r *d„ Md.
UN. 0100—Free Pirkini.
Lest Day. at 7. 9:25—JAMES CAGNEY
ANNABELLA in "13 RUE MADE
LEINE."
HYAUSVILLE ΚΚΛ.
UN. 1230 or Hyatta. ΟΛ52—Park Free.
Today. Tomorrow, at 6:16. 9:30—
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS. Jr . MAUREEN
O'HARA In "SINBAD THE SAILOR."
vivwnnn ε™··™ a*·. b·». *. i.
· " & Mich. Av.». WA. 8899
Free Parking Across From Theater.
Eauipnfd with Hearing-Aid Sets
Last Day. at 6:40. 9:10—JOAN CRAW
FORD. JOHN GARFIELD in "HUMOR
ESQUE "
CAMEO 34'ht;A\*;- NE·
Today. Tomorrow — Double Feature—
Lait Complete Show at 7:47—LUCILLE
BALL. JOHN HODIAK in "TWO SMART
PEOPLE"; Also "FALLEN 8PAJIROW."
nrmrcna out w«. av·. ju«»
Ob 1DUUH pa„ Eo„.W„t Highway
Wl. 2868 or 9636—Park Free.
Today. Tomorrow, at 6:16, 8:09, 10:03
—EDDIE BRACKEN in "LADIES·
MAN." Enjoy Our Retiseope Screen—
the Finest in America.
MILO Rockvlll·, Md. Rock. 2434
(IllaV frmm Parking
Today. Tomorrow, at 7, 9:06—BRIAN
DONLEVY. ROBERT WALKER in BE- .
GINNING OR THE END "
MARLBORO υρρ^Γ*7/' Md'
Today. Tomorrow, at 7:15, P:1R—
ROBFRT MONTGOMERY in LADY IN
THE LAKE/*
THE VILLAGE 1307 « ·. '
"BOOMERANG*· N E"
JANE yVYATT. ANDREWS.
NEWTON ,2,hSt* NN"w,on
THE ANGEL AND THÉ BADMAN,"
JOHN WAYNE. GAIL RUSSELL
jesse τιίΕΛίΕΒ
Phone DU. 0861.
Double Feature—"LOVE LAUGHS AT
ANDY HARDY." MICKEY ROONEY.
LEWIS STONE; SILVER STAL
LION." DAVID SHARPE, LEROY
MASON
«γι v*|| ι»·8ΠΓ«7Γα7.: n.w
«11 Phene NOrth 9689
Double Feature — "CROSS MY
HEART." BETTY HUTTON. SONNY
TUFTS; "DICK TRACY VS CUF
BALL." MORGAN CONWAY. ANNE
JEFFREYS
THE vmwnu 3707 Ml. Vernon
new » «ίΛϋπ Ave Alex Vo
One Block From Presidential Garden·.
Phone Ale*. 'M'41.
"THE PERFECT MARRIAGE " LOR
ETTA YOUNG. DAVID NIVEN.
ACADEMY 535L18,h96s/6 S E·
Double Feature—"D ANGEROUS
MILLIONS " KENT TAYLOR, DONNA
DRAKE; "MEN IN HER DIARY,"
JON HALL. LOUISE ALLBRITTON
STANTON 3,3 c s», n e.
HUGH BKAUMON^' ΛΝν SAVAGE? !
Fairlawn Amuse. Co. Theaters
HIGHLAND 2333 ρ·;τηα7,ΪΓ s E
MAUREEN OHARA, DOUGLAS FAIR
BANKS. J .. in SINBAD THE SAILOR
lin Techi icolort, at tl i >. S:15.
ATI λ M TV Γ Atlantic St. at S. Capitol
HllaHilUb St sw ludlow 7662
MAUHEEV OHARA. DOUGLAS FAIR
BANKS. Jr. in "SINBAD THE SAILOR"
<in Τechl.'color), at β:45, ft:16.
CONGRESS 2931 N£ho£o$v··s E
DAVID NIVEN. LORETTA YOUNG 1n
"THE PERFECT MARRIAGE," at 6:26.
8:05. 9:45.
FA1BLAWN
Double Feature — ALLAN LANE In
"SANTA FE UPRISING " at 6:40. fi: 10;
PAUL KELLY in "STRANGE JOUR
NEY." at 7:35. 10.
I A nun laurel, Md.
i<Hunu. phon# Laur#l 113
ROBERT ALDA. PETER LORRE In
"THE BEAST WITH FIVE FINGERS
ANACOSTIA
Matinee» Daily 1 P.M.—JAMES ΓΑΟ
NEY in "13 RUE MADELEINE," at
1:20. 3:20. 5:10, 7:20. 8:20.
CAPITOL " Capi,0,H,H7™" Md'
YOU AND ROBERT MONTGOMERY In
' LADY IN THE LAKE," at 7, B:30.
STATP Phon. 'ail» Chr. 1533
,n,L 7 and 9 P.M.
/'ANGEL AND THE BADMAN." JOHN
WAYNE. QAIL RUSSELL.
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"TWO SMART PEOPLE," LDCILLE
BALL. JOHN HODIAK
uumwi
"THE BEGINNING OR THE END."
BRIAN DONLEVY, ROBERT WAL
KER
WILSON ,7W Wi,"n BNd·
"'™ΜΠ Phone OX. 1480
"ANGEL AND THE BADMAN," JOHN
WAYNE. GAIL RUSSELL.
ACKTfllf 3,66 Wil»on elvd·
Hen I UK ^one OXfard 113?
"ALIAS MR. TWILIGHT' and "FALL
GUY.
racniicKQi srssa;
BOOMERANG," DANA ANDREWS.
JANE WYATT. ι
CIPBP 2130 No. Gleb* ltd.
«■«•Ml*· frM faryln1l OXferd 4266
'SINGING IN THE CORN," JUDY
CANOVA, ALLEN JENKINS
H1SEB-BETHESDA
Today Only! Jerome Kern *
"Till the Clouds Roll By."
Bhcru at β, 8:45, Peatur· at 8:80. 0:1».
CHILREN'S FILM
LIBRARY SHOWS
Saturday at 10 A. M.
Tickets Now—All Seats 25c
SILVER—"My Pal Wolf with Sharrn
Moffett.
UrTOWN—"AMe· In Wonderland."
TIVOLI—Mickey Rooney In "Nrntlo»»!
VelT»t."
PBNN—Shirley Temple In "Lltll· Ml··
Mmrker."
All Presented at 10 A.M. Only
WABNEB BROS.' THEATERS
For additional information phono
theaters direct or call REpublio 0800.
All Time Schedules Given in Warner
Bros.' Ads Indicate Time of Feature.
Theaters Having Matinees.
AMBASSADOR ί^Λσ
M*t. 1 P.M.
Two Great Hits on One Program—Ed
ward G. Robinson. Ida Luplno, John
Garfield, Barry Fitzgerald. "The Bea
Wolf." 1:20. 4:5ft. 8:30. Errol Plynn.
"The Sea Hawk." Î:ftft. β:·^6. 10:10.
PPVFDI V 15th & Ε N E.
DLVMUal L, 3300 Μα, , pM
Parking Svaee Available to Patron·.
Today and Tomorrow—Dana Andrews.
Jane Wyatt in "Boomerang ' at 1:30,
3:30. 6:30. 7:30. 9:3(1.
! m νπιτ 2324 wi»· Αν·- N W·
; bALTUII wo 2345. Mot. 1 P.M.
Parking Space Available te Patron·.
Today. Tomorrow—James Stewart,
Donna Reed. It's a Wonderful Life.'
1:30, 4:10. 6:60. 8:30. March of Time.
ΓΓΐίΤΡ&Ι 425 9,h St- N.W.
ViUIIilHlaME.284!. Open. 10:45 A.M.
Today and Tomorrow—Joan Crawford,
! John Garfield in "Humoresque." at
, 11. 2:20, 6:40. 9:05: David Bruce,
Cleatus Caldwell in "Susie Steps Out"
at 1:15. 4:35. X.
vmurnv Kennedy Nr. 4th N.W.
■vbnnbui RA 6600 Mot , P M
Parkins Space Available to Patrons.
Last Day—"Beast With Five Fingers."
with Robert Aida. Andrea Kins. Peter
Lorre. at 1:30. 3:3(1. 5:31), 7:30. 0:30.
ΡΓΙΙΝ Pa. Ave. at 7th S.E.
ruin rR 5200 Mot , P M
Parkins Space Available to Patron·.
Today and Tomorrow—Dana Andrews.
Jane Wyatt in "Boomerang." at 1:10,
3:15. 5:20, 7:25. 9:30. For information
Children's Saturday Morning Show See
Ad at Top Column.
cnrninmi G°- A»·· & Sharidan
sabniunn RA 2400 Mat ι p.m.
Last Dax—Loretta Young. David Nlven.
In "Perfect Marriage," at 1:20. 3:26,
5:25. 7:30, 9:30.
ςII UFD Go. Av.. I. Colesvill· Pik·
ail·?mi SH J500 Mot , r M
Parking Space Available to Patron·.
Last Day—Robert Walker. Brian Don
levy, Tom Drake. "The Beginning or
the End." 1:16. 3:20. 6:26. 7:30. 9:36.
For Information Children's Saturday
Morning Show See Ad Top of Column.
T1VAII 14th 4 Park Rd. N.W.
I1VU1·» co lg00 Mo, , P M
Today and Tomorrow—Dana Andrews.
Jane Wyatt in "Boomerang." at I :.'I0.
3:30. 5:30. 7:30. 9:30. For Information
Children's Saturday Morning Show 8ep
Ad at Top Column.
IIPTIIWN <-οηη· Ανβ· Α Newark
UT 1U Vf II WQ 5400 Mat 1 P M
Last Day—Dana Andrews, Jane Wyatt.
in "Boomerang." at 1:35, .'1:3ft. 5:30.
7:30, 9:30. For Information Children'*.
Saturday Morning Show See Ad at Top.
Theaters Harinf Eve. Performances.
APOLLO %Η «y"·
La«t Day—"Beast With Five Fingers."
with Robert Aida, Andrea King, Peter
Lorre at 6:15. 8. 0:45.
AVAI AH 5412 Conn. Av·. N.W.
HTHtlUn 2600
Today Only—Philip Dorn. Catherine
McLeod in "I've Always Loved You"
(in Tech.—return engagement). tf:40,
H:05.
AVE. GHAND 645 ft S E
Today and Tomorrow—Larry Parks.
Evelyn Keyes. in "The Jolson Story"
«in Technicolor>. at 6:45. 9330.
COLOKY 4935 %.A^·
Last Day—Gail Russell. Claire Trevor.
Adolphe Menjou in "Bachelor's Daugh
1 grs." at β:15. 8. 9:4ft
HOME ^
Today and Tomorrow—John Hodiak
Lucille Ball in "Two Smart People." at
6:40. 9:25: Johnny Sands. Terry Aus
tin, in "Born to 8peed ·" at 8:10
MacARTHUR ,&ΓΛ
Free Parking Space Available to Patrons
Todav and Tomorrow—Douglas Fair
banks, jr.. Maureen O'Hara, Sinliad
the Sailor" (in Tech6:55. 9:25.
savoy 3030 4s;6,nw·
Today Only—Sharyn Moffett, Regi«
Toomey in "Child of Divorce" at β:1 β.
X. 9:50.
vrrfl 8,ί44 ^α. Αν·., Silver Spring
SH. 2540. Parking Spot.
Today and Tomorrow—Betty Hutton.
; Sonny Tufts, in "Cross My Heart,'' at
I H:45. 9:40. Ken Curtis. Jennifer Holt
I in "Over the Santa Fe Trail." at 8:05.
V À ΙΤΑΜΑ "h & Butternut Sts.
innuriM GE 4312 Parl(jng Spoc.
Today and Tomorrow—Tom Conway,
Martha O'Driscoll in "Criminal Court."
at H:I5. 8:55. Ga:l Russell. Claire Tre
vor, Adolphe Menjou in "Bachelor's
Daughters." at 7:30. 10.
villiV Go. Av.. & Qu.b.c Pl. N.W.
ι utin RA 440C
Today Only—John Hodiak Lucille
Ball, in "Two Smart People,-' at β:1 ft,
8:05, 0:56.
lnPf 48th fc Mots. Av.. N.W.
ΜΓΕ.Α wo 4400 Cont T.ii p.M.
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JAMES CAGNBY. ANNABELLA In
"13 RUE MADELEINE," at 1:05.
3:20. 5:15. 7:30, 9:45. Broadcast,
direct from our stage at 9:30,
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JAMES CAGNEY. ANNABELLA In
"13 RUE MADELEINE," at 7:20.
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