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B—20 THE EVENING STAR. Washington, D. C.
__SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 194».
Dupont’s 'Panic’ Tells a Story
Of Mob Violence at Work
By Horry MacArthur
Julien Duvivier is one of the abler French film directors, who some
how failed to leave his full mark on Hollyw’ood. Hollywood has left its
mark on him, though. His newest Washington release, "Panic,” which
opened yesterday at the Dupont, bears an unmistakable Hollywood
touch now and then. Such moments may be few and brief, but they do
detract from the French realism of "Panic.”
M. Duvivier has chosen to tell, by adapting a novel by George
Simenon called Les Fiancialles de
M. Hire.” the story of the horror of
mob violence. He makes a more
than moderately dramatic thing of
the telling until he gets to his climax.
There, when he should be at his
most dramatic, M. Duvivier has al
lowed his picture to take on the look
of something staged, for all the
world as if he were back at M-G-M
arranging crowds in a grand ball
room lor ‘‘The Great Waltz.”
This does not make “Panic” a
total loss, of course, or anything ap
proaching it. It is just a petty com
plaint, probably. While M. Duvivier
is working up to a pitch, his pic
ture is, for the most part, engross
ing. It has very much the look of
Parisian shops and cheap pensions
rather than of studio sets and you
almost can smell the smells of the
square where most of the action
takes place.
* * * *
The players acting out the Du
pont's tale of crime and passion
have the look of people rather than
of actors, too, Viviane Romance, one
of the sultriest of the French film
lassies, plays passion, Paul Bernard,
crime, and Michel Simon, their ul
timate victim. There are sundry
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“PANIC,” a Production Filmsonor di
rected by Julicn Duvivier. screenplay by
Duvivier and Charles Snaak from the
novel. “Lea Planciallea de M Hirre.” by
George Simenon. At the Dupont.
The Cast.
Michel Simon . _ M. Hire
Paul Bernard _ Alfred
Charles Dorat _ Michelet
Lucas Gridoux__ M. Fortin
Max Dalban __^- Capoulade
Emile Drain M. Breteuil
<Le petit Caporall
Guy Favieres _ M. Sauvage
Florer.cie,
(L inspecteur Marcelin^
Marcel Peres _ Cermanutti
Louis Lions - Marco
Mi'-hel Ardan _ Fernand
J. F. Martial _ M. Joubet
Lurien Paris _M. Branchu
Viviane Romance - Alice
Olivier Darrieux_ Etienne
Balpo - - Le Client
others, who add the bright personal
touches of realism for which French
pictures are noted, but the story
belongs principally to these three.
Mile. Romance plays Alice, a young
lady so much in love she has Just
served a bit of time for a robbery
to shield her Alfred. M. Bernard
is Alfred and M. Simon is the M.
Hire of the novel's title. Alfred,
the cheerful one, is well liked by
the neighbors who know nothing of
his past. M. Hire, the grim one, is
not liked at all by the neighbors
who know • nothing of his past,
either.
It soon develop® that Alfred Is
the man who has committed the
murder of a harmless spinster,
throwing the neighborhood into a
turmoil. Alice loves Alfred enough
to try to help him and M. Hire turns
out to love Alice enough to fall into
their trap.
Their plot—and you can see It
coming for a long time—is to turn
the neighborhood against M. Hire,
to let mob violence convict an in
nocent man and free a murderer.
* * * *
This takes a lot of doing, ln
fluding considerable flaunting of
Miss Romance’s charms, which is
all right. It also permits M. Du
vivier to lay out one of those step
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IN WINNING DRAMA—
Dorothy McGuire plays the
leading feminine role in
“Gentlemen's Agreement," the
Academy aicard-winhing film
which continues its run at the
Palace.
by-step, Inexorable suspense yarns.
He ambles sometimes when he
should be moving forward, but for
the most part, “Panic” is one of
those stories in which you know the
characters are ill-starred and, once
this chapter of their lives Is in mo
tion, nothing can save them.
Once M. Hire advises Alice to ask
her lover about the deceased
woman's handbag and 7,000 francs,
the end, however far away it is, is
in sight. Alice uses her undeniable
charm to woo M. Hine into the be
lief that she is giving up Alfred and
ultimately to lure him to the mob
that has been aroused against him.
* * * *
In its picture of mob terror being
aroused, ‘‘Panic” is at its mo6t tell
ing. It’s such a simple thing. M.
Hire is a man who keeps to himself,
does not smile and trade badindge;
He is one of those “queer charac
ters” almost, every neighborhood
has. When Alfred passes the word
around the M. Hire is engaged in
some sort of witchcraft, the panic
feeling starts and is cannily nursed
to a peak.
At its peak .when the terror is
aroused to the full, “Panic” almost,
if not quite, lets its audiences down.
When the horror should be surging
forward, “Panic” begins to look like
something staged too artfully. M.
Ruvivier, perhaps because he once
worked for M-G-M, has felt called
upon to hire what seems like half
the population of Paris and, what’s
more, he has fnade them act less
like an angry mob than like thou
sands of people standing where they
were tojd to be paid for a day’s
work.
This does not keep “Panic” from
being dramatic, but it keeps it from
being realistically .so.
There is one other minor com
plaint. “Panic" either was filmed
in circumstances of extreme econ
omy with little artificial lighting, or
it was done carelessly. More than
one sequence turns from bright
day to night and back again, in a
few minutes of action. It may not
be something to complain about,
but it certainly is confusing.
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Ginger Rogers
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By Sheilah Graham
Jennifer Jones has flown back to
New York and her best beau, David
O. Selznick, after spending the
Easter holidays in Hollywood with
her two children. By the way, Jen
nifer’s “Portrait of Jennie” won't be
released until the fall—for a crack
at an Academy award.
Glenn Ford and not Larry Parks
has now been written in for the top
role in “The Chicago Story.” The
studio is afraid that Larry will be
all tied up in litigation when the
time comes to make the picture.
Ginger Rogers is reading the script
of Milton Sperling’s “Dream Girl.”
If she accepts, she will do two
dances in the movie version of ihe
succesful Broadway play. I’d like
to see Ginger dance again, prefer
ably with Fred Astaire.
Clark Gable is still limping and,
until whatever it is that ails him is
cured, he can’t stall; “Command
Decision.”
Cary Grant came up for one hour
from Palm Springs to shovel the
first spadeful of earth for the Bel
Air Dream House—an exact copy of,
the one Cary built In "Mr. Bind
ings Builds His Dream House.” The
house in the movie is supposed to
cost $38,000. The Bel Air copy will
be $75,000, completely furnished.
Robert Mitchum is out as Dorothy
McGuire’s leading man in “A Doll
House.” Bob will be disappointed
because he was looking forward to
the trip to Sweden. I understand
that David Selznick is going ahead
with his plan to make the movie in
Europe, war rumors or no war
rumors.
* * * *
Penny Singleton loathes the cur
Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
Stage.
National—“An Inspector Calls";
2:30 and 8:30 p.m.
Screen.
Ambassador—“April Showers"; 1,
3:10, 5:20, 7:25 and 9:40 p.m.
Caiiitol—“Three Daring Daugh
ters”; 9:15 a.m., 12:10, 3:05, 6, 8:50
and 11:45 pm. Stage shows: 11:25
am., 2:15, 5:15. 8:05 and 11 p.m.
Columbia—“The Bride Goes Wild”;
11:10 a.m., 1:15, 3:20, 5:25, 7:25 and
9:30 p.m.
Dupont—“Panic”: 11 am., 12:40,
2:30. 4:20, 6:10, 8 and 9:50 p.m.
Hippodrome—“Volpone”; 2, 3:55,
5:50. 7:45 and 9:40 p.m.
Keith’s—“I Remember Mama”;
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and 12:15 am.
Little—“Wilson": 10:45 am., 1:20,
4, 6:40 and 9:20 p.m.
Metropolitan—“Relentless"; 11:25
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pm.
Palace — “Gentleman’s Agree
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7:20, 9:35 and 11:45 pm.
Pix—“Golden Boy”; 2:45, 6:10,
9:35 pm. and 12:50 am.
Trans-Lux — News and shorts.
Continuous from 10:15 a.m.
Warner—“April Showers”; 10:45
a.m., 1:05, 3:15, 5:25, 7:40 and 9:50
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Paulette Goddard brought back
with her from Paris the new look in
shoes—she is wearing high-buttoned
numbers with black patent-leather
bottoms and gray suede tops! They
cost $85 a pair.
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; Roz joins him next week to exploit
their independent picture, "The
Velvet Touch.”
Gary Cooper and “The Forty
Niners” is on again at Warners.
Then he is penciled in for a love
story. Gary has been a star now
for 20 years.
Jane Wyatt has joined the cast
of "No Minor Vices” as the second
lady lead with Lilli Palmer. Dana
Andrews and Louis Jourdain are
the boys.
* * * *
That story about Marie Macbon
ald taking over “Bom Yesterday” is
the purest pipe dream on someone’s
part.. She has never been under
consideration for the role. It's still
a toss up between Rita Hayworth,
Lucille Ball and Evelyn Keyes. The
gal who is dying to do it most is
Miss Keyes.
Diana Lynn won’t be in the "What
Every Young Bride Should Know”
lineup. They’re looking for another
girl to take her place with Shirley
Temple, John Agar and Guy Madi
son. Dianna plans a session of sum
mer stock in Greenwich, Conn., this
summer. She will star in "John
Loves Mary.”
Ruth Warrick agreed to go to
New York to add a touch of glamor
to Jesse Lasky's "Miracle of the
Bells” opening—chiefly because she
wanted a free ride there to surprise
her best beau, Merrill Pye. On the
day Ruth arrived in New York, Mr.
Pye arrived in Hollywood—to sur
prise her!
Cornel Wilde is now the top choice
by Maxwell Shane for the lead in
“The Salem Frigate,” which Mr.
Shane directs and produces and
writes at Universal-International.
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Double Feature, WILLIAM ELLIOTT
in FABULOUS TEXAN." at 1, 3:6(1.
0:45. 0:36: JEAN PORTER In 'TWO
BLONDES AND A REDHEAD," at 2:40,
, 5:35. 8:30._
FAIRLAWN1342 g°^ Sm *d 11
Double Feature. GEOROE O'BRIEN In
"BORDER G MAN," at 1:20. 3 56,
0:3(1, 0; VIRGINIA GREY In "OLAM
- OUR GIRL.” at 2:20. 4:55, 7:30. 10.
Plus 2 Cartoon,.
LAUREL M<L Laml 113
Double Feature, "WILLIAM ELLIOTT
In "FABULOUS TEXAN”; Plus LAUREL
• IND HARDY In "OLIVER THE
EIGHTH." _
AMACOSTIA 1413 0006 Ho»*
nnniiwaiut u. Si. IU 2424
Matinee Daily.
CARY GRANT. LORETTA YOUNG In
"CARY AND THE BISHOP’S WIFE."
at 1, 3:05, 5:10, 7:16. 9:26._
r&PITflf Capitol Haiahta, Md.
UnrilUb HI. 4740
Double Feature. "JIOGfl AND MAO
OIE IN SOCIETY." at 1. 3:16. 5:35.
7:56. 10: HOOSOER HOTSHOTS In
• "SMOKY RIVER SERENADE," at 2:10,
j 4:30. 0:50, 9:10.
STaTF «*» c»r. lsss
Cont. From 1 P.M.
•YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME,"
J JEANNE CRAIN, DAN DAILEY.
15 211 PP A Troot for Nio Entiro Family
CoB, From , F M
"DANGEROUS YEARS,” WILLIAM
X . j HASLOP. ANN TODD._
ARLIMCTOM
3 ® i "BAMBI.” Walt Planer Csrtoon. |
“ " f ME 1729 Wilson »lvd.
U iriUUH Phon. OX 14S0
Ml” YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME,”
J £ JEANNE CRAIN. PAN DAILEY._j
■Jg A CHTnif 3166 Wilson »lvd. )
<0 JUBIVfl phono OXford
t*< • _ "KIT CARBON ”_
§2 BOCKflltHAR
H a! 'BAMBI.” Wsit Disney Cortoon._
Cl ntr 2'30 No. GM» Rd.
Z ■; UlsIsOb Fr„ Partins Oxford 4266
-J S Htsrini Aids.
Z <: "VOICE OF THE TURTLE.” RON
51 ALD REAGAN. ELEANOR PARXER
I ” BYHD 104 S. Wayno St.
| iBinV Arlington, Vo. OX 1733
i lassR^.- -o
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Jack Carson. Ann Sheridan in ' April
ahowers,’’ at 1, 3:10. 6:20, 7:25, 9:40.
APOLLO F,
"Rose of Sant* Rota," at 1. 3:40.
8:25. 8:06: Buster Crabbe in "Jungle
Man." at 3:06, 4:46, 7:30, 10:10.
Mi 16,3 Corn. Ava. N.W.
n>nb«n WO- 3600 ^ , F M
Michael Redgrave In "The Smugelera,"
at 1:26, 3:30, 5:36. 7:40. 9.46.
avr »aam 641 Av«->(
nib. unnnv u 2460. Mat. 1 p.m.
Charlag Starrett tn "Last Day, of
"Boot BUI." at 1:30. 4:05. 8:85, 9:10:
Don Castla In "Pertloua Waters," at
2:25. 6. 7:35. 10:05.
irvmi y isth a t n.i.
OtVUUiI u. 3300. , Parking
Cary Grant. Loretta Young, "The Blah
0P'» Wife," 1, 3:06. 8:20, 7:30. 9:40.
rat VTRT 2324 Wise. Ava. N.W.
IALVL1U WQ 2343 Mo, , pM
LUli Palmer, Bam Wanamaker In "My
Girl Tisa." at 1, 3:15. 6:30. 7:30.9:36.
rrirraai 423 »th s». n.w.
kLflinAL ME 284, 0ptn, ,0.4J
Randolph Bcott in "Albuquerque." at
11. 2:30. 8. 0:36: Robert Taylor In
"High Wall." at 12:50. 4:20. 7:55.
COLONY
Randolph Bcott. Barbara Britton. "Al*
buquergue," 1, 3:13. 5:26. 7:40. 9:56.
HflMr 1230 C St. N.f.
aunt TR 8188 Mot. ) F M.
Lash La Rue In "Cheyenne Take*
Over.” at 2:15, 6:35. 8:55: Ron Ran
dall in Bulldog Drummond Strikes
Back” at 3:lo. 8:36. 0:55. Plus
Laugh Hour—Cartoons and Comedies
at 1:30. 4:50. 8:10._
tfraUTOV Kennedy Nr. 4th N.W.
hLflnitUI RA. 6600. Mot. 1 P.M.
Walt Disney's "Bambi,' at L:25. 3:06,
4:40, 8:20. 8. 0:35. _Plus_4 Cartoona.
MaeARTUTKl 4859 MacArThur ilvd'
raaciui i nun OR 4400 Ma( , p M
Gene Autry In "Last Roundup," at
1:05. 3:20. 6:35, 7:3ft. 0:40.
pntf Pa. Ava. at 7th St. S.t.
riMin FR. 3200. Mat. 1 P.M.
Lilli Palmer. Bam Wanamaker. "My Girl
Tisa." 1:06, 3:10. 5:15..7:20, P:26.
CHVftV 3030 14th St. N.W.
aniui co 4968 Maf , PM
Robert Mitchum. Jane Greer. '‘Out of
the Past." 1:20, 3:20. 5.20, 7:20, 0:20.
CpPft 8244 Georgia Ava., Silver Spring
““*W SH . 2540 Parking Space
Charles Starrett in "Buckaroo Prom
Powder River at 11. 1:45, 4:30. 7:16.
10. Plus AH Cartoon and Comedy
Show—1 *a Hours of Lafls and Fun at
11:55, 2:40. 5:25. 8:15
CUntinAM Gw. Ava. A Sharldan
IflLnlUHn RA. 2400. Mat. I P M.
Michael Redgrave In "The Smugglers."
at 1:15. 3:20, 5:25. 7:30. 9:35._
tiff 17PD Go. Ave. A Colasvilla Piko
atisVi.n SH 5SOO Mot , RM
Lilli Palmar, 8am Wanamaker. "My Qlrl
Tisa" 1:10. 3:15, 6:26, 7:30, 9:35.
TAVflMA 4th and Butternut Sts.
IHBVrin GE. 4312 Parking Space
Don Castla In "Roses Are Red." at
1:15. 5. 8:30: Jean Arthur. William
Holden in “Arlzonp." 2:25. 8:10. 0:35.
TtVnl I I4th A Pork Rd. N.W.
■ IIWIsI co 1g00 M , , RM
Lilli Palmer. Sam Wanamaker In "Mr
Girl Tisa." at 1. 3:05, 5:16. 7:25.9:36,
nPTnWM Conn. Ava. A Newark
urbut*ii wo J400 Ma, , RM
Cary Grant, Loretta Young. "The Bish
op's Wife." 1. 3:05, 6:1ft. 7:25. P:36.
YORK ' Go Ave. and Quebec PI. N.W.
ivnn RA. 4400 Mat. 1 P.M.
William Elliott. John Carroll In "FabB
lous Texan," 1, 3:10, 5:20, 7:35, 0:50
THE VILLAGE *t '■
Phone Ml. 9227.
AUDREY^TOTTER^yffy sTWm
NEWTON I2,hs,‘ NNjw,on
Equipped with Hearing-Aid Phnnee
Double Feature ‘"ANGELS' ALLEY,"
LEO QORCEY. HUNTZ HALL;
^ "RIDERS OP PASCO BASIK”
S i°pmNY mack BROWN" Mst *»
| JESSE THEATER
U, DU. 9861
u Double Feature, "PERILOUS WA
B TERS." DON CASTLE. AUDREY
C LONG: "OUN TOWN," KIRBY
H GRANT Mat, at I PM.___
M SYLVAN S' * * '• Av»" N W
1~ »«•*»«" Phone NOrth 96W
Double Feature, "MADONNA OF
THE DESERT.” DONALD BARRY
LYNNE ROBERTS RAGTIME
COWBOY JOE. JOHNNY MACK
BROWN. Mat. at 1 P M
THt VERNON 3707 M' Vwnon
NEW Av.( Al„ Va
One Bloek From Presidential Gardena
Phone ALe*. 2424.
Double Feature. "JIGG8 AND MAG
BB GIE IN SOCIETY." JOE YULE
RENTE RIANO: "BADMEN FROM
g iifoV^'.t'i^F MACK
5 ACADEMY *\ “
*" Double Feature. "MADONNA OF THE
DESERT ” LYNNE ROBERTS. DON
ALD BARRY. "OKLAHOMA FRON
TIER." JOHNNY MACK BROWN.
Mst. at 1 P.M.
STANTON
Double Feature. "MAIN STREET
HID. ' AL PEARCE. ARLEEN HAR
RIS: "SON OF ROARING DAN,"
JOHNNY MACK BROWN". Mat. at
1 PM___
X PrV 48th 8. Mats. Ave. N.W.
WO. 4600 Cont. 1-11 p m.
Academy Award Winner. LORETTA
YOUNG in "THE BISHOP'S WIFE "
wit 1 CARY ORANT, DAVID NIVEN,
at 1. 3:25. 5:20, 7:30, 9:40. Va
Hour Cartoon Show at the Mai nee.
I ATLAS 1331 H St. N.E. AT."8300
SSAAeSM Double Feature Program
JL Cont. 11 AM to 11 P.M. Doors
S3 Open 10:30 AM. WILLIAM EL
n LIOTT, JOHN CARROLL In "THE
M FABULOUS TEXAN VERA RAL
h STON. ROBERT PAIGE in "THE
** FLAME." 20-Minute Cartoon Show
and Chapter No 4 of PERILS OF
W THE NORTHWEST MOUNTED. "
P SENATOR Td\Al- 0,r»
M TYRONE POWER in “CAPTAIN
FROM CASTILE." at 1. 4, 6:50.
M 9:36 Plua 3 Cartoons Each Show
*• Chapter No. 2 "LOST CITY OF THE
JUNGLE." at Matinee Only.
NAYLOR™ 4 Av,bo220Av*- **
JEAN CRAIN. DAN DAILEY In "YOU
WERE MEANT FOR ME." at 1:3S.
3:40, 6 50, 7:45. 9:40. Cartoon
Shoe n at Matinee Only.
| prrn 1723 King St.—AUx. 3441 '
as Is Sale Forking Space.
J 9 ROD CAMERON. CATHY DOWNS In
| i ^PANHANDLE^
d) VIRGINIA *
£ 3 CARY GRANT. LORETTA YOUNG in
taw! "CARY AND THE BISHOP S WIFE "
•f: BICHMOND
^ 5 Walt Disney'a Feature Cartoon
.*■, ‘BAMBI" 1 in Technicolor)._
•8 ■ rrPTPr Foirlington. Va.
•i! vtniw. TEm^f# 1000
Hi. "CALL NORTHSIDE 777. JAMES
* ■ 3TEWART HELEN WALKER.
11 9&UKTM
^ i "ROAD TO RIO,” BOB HOPE. B1NO
1 CROSBY,
HISER-BETHESDA 74^,Wi^y"
TYRONE POWER. CESAR ROMERO In
‘CAPTAIN FROM CASTILE”
Teehnicolbr. At 11 AM, 1:50. 42S,
6:55, 0:2A P.M (Starting Sunday. CARY
GRANT 9 THE BISHOP'S WIFE. >

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