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"Home of the Brave" X-Rays
Race Hate at Trans-Lux
By Jay Carmody
“Home of the Brave,” the most discussed motion picture of the
season opened in Washington last night at the Trans-Lux. It is
quite the engrossing screen exhibit which it is reputed to be. This
is true, not merely because it is a blunt examination of an aspect
of the race prejudice dilemma but also because it absorbs even
greater drama from today’s social atmosphere.
Unlike most screenplays, the ex
citement of “Home of the Brave"
comes from without as well as
within the machine-made product.
In the process of telling the story
of a group of white soldiers, and
a colored companion, in the Pa
cific it becomes enlarged. The
enlargement amounts to a sort of
X-ray of the human conscience
and provides “Home of the Brave”
with its extra-special qualities.
As a play on Broadway two
seasons ago, then with a Jewish
soldier as the central character,
it was short-lived. The critics who
admired its message neverthe
less remained conscious of Its arti
ficialities. The film version has
the same artificialities, but not to
the same degree, and what re
mains of them is obliterated by
the spectator's absorption in the
theme.
* * * *
Independent Producer Stanley
Kramer is the man primarily re
sponsible for this piece of harshly
powerful screen journalism. He
must share the credit for it, how
ever, with numerous others such
as Arthur Laurents who wrote
the original story; Carl Foreman
who adapted it; Mark Robson, the
director; and a really superb cast.
Few pictures have been made
more feelingly, fewer achieve such
feeling.
“Home of the Brave” is the
story of a Negro soldier, played by
James Edwards with a deep
awareness of the role’s many im
plications.
The soldier’s name is Moss. He
grew up in a New Jersey city
where he played on a high school
basketball team, on which he was
a star. His fellow students and
teammates were white, but neither
their admiration for Moss nor
their athletic intimacy could ef
face the difference of their color.
He lived isolated from them, a
sensitive boy sharply aware of
every restriction of custom.
It is the Army which finally
provides Moss with the breaking
experience, the mind’s shattered
retreat from an inhuman burden.
Moss volunteers for a five-man
scouting expedition on a Jap-in
fested island for which he has
special technical qualifications.
Only one of his four associates on
the mission accepts him unquali
fiedly, this one a former high
school pal.
Even under the harrowing con
ditions of their dangerous job,
the others reject Moss. The re
jection differs in degree. That of
the young major is limited, tact
fully concealed. Sergt. Mingo,
second in command, reserves judg
ment. The fourth member of the
party, inheritor of all Jthe vari
ations of .race prejudice,*is brutal
ly forthright in his hatred of the
colored soldier.
The emotional currents swirling
about the quintet intensify from
moment to moment, everything
evil in them fastening itself to
Moss. Incident after incident sets
up new and more terrifying ten
sions each of which breaks against
the colored boy trying to achieve
acceptance in a life-death situa
tion. At the climax, he is reject
ed by even the former high school
buddy, finally to be taken from
the island a mentally mangled sol
dier who might have found more
mercy from the murderous Japs.
The complex story of “Home of
the Brave” is told in a series of
flashbacks, illustrative of the psy
chiatric process by which Moss
is restored. These represent not
merely the examination of the
external forces which made the
colored lad a pitiable wreck, but
the internal stresses which they
cr68.t6(i
The Army psychiatrist played
brilliantly by Jeff Corey, like ev
Kilbride Content
With Comparison
By th* A«»ociat»d Prei*
HOLLYWOOD.
Percy Kilbride laughs when he
hears somebody say that he and
Marjorie Main, as Ma and Pa
Kettle on the screen, are follow
ing the Wallace Beery-Marie
Dressier tradition.
“Marj and I are earthy when
we get together in a picture, but
I don’t see any resemblance be
tweein the types of roles we play
and those played by Wallace and
Marie,” he said on the set of "Free
for All.”
“However, if we can reach half
their popularity I’ll be satisfied.”
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"HOME OP THE BRAVE." a United
Artists release, produced by Stanley Kra
mer, directed by Mark Robson, screenplay
by Carl Foreman based on the Play by
Arthur Laurents. At the Trans-Lux.
THE CAST.
Mai. Robinson _Douglas Dick
T. J. _Steve Brodie
Doctor _ Jell Corey
Finch _Lloyd Bridges
Minso_Frank Lovejov
Moss _James Edwards
Colonel _ Clift Clark
eryone else in the cast, is a sym
bol as well as a man. His dramat
ic stature is that of the human
conscience examining itself as
well as a mental patient. He tries,
not always with success, to stand
on both sides of the color line
and he is not above restoring to
brutal shock in the interest of
the truth the story strives for.
The best single performance in
the play, however, is neither that
of Edwards as the hero, nor Corev
as the doctor. It is—superb irony
—that of Steve Brodie as the ut
terly brutal Negro hater, a kind
of human vial pouring out all the
poisons of prejudice.
Yet it is the composite of all
the performances, those already
mentioned and the others of Doug
las Dick, Lloyd Bridges and Frank
Lovejoy that gives “Home of the
Brave” its impact.
They are humans with a story
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Carmen
San Carlo Opera Company Production
Starring Winifred Heidt, guest
Scheduled for last night was post
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August 8th. Last night’s tickets will
be honored Monday without exchange.
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WK. BEG. MON., AUG. 8
BROADWAY MUSICAL HIT
"ON THE TOWN"
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Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
Stage.
Meridian Hill Park—“No Time
for Comedy”: 8:50 p.m.
Catholic University Theater—
“The Barber of Seville”; 8:30 pan.
( Screen.
Ambassador—“Look for the Sil
ver Lining”; 1:15, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30
and 9:40 p.m.
Capitol—“In the Good Old
Summer Time”; 11 a.m., 1:40,
4:25, 7:10 and 9:55 p.m. Stage
shows: 12:50 a.m., 3:35, 6:20 and
9:05 p.m.
Columbia—“Any Number Can
Play”; 11:35 a.m., 1:35, 3:35, 5:40,
7:40 and 9:45 pan.
Dupont—“Woman Trouble”: 1,
2:40, 4:25, 6:10, 7:55 and 9 40 p.m.
Hippodrome — "Don’t Take It
to Heart”; 2:05, 5:20 and 8:25
P.m.
Keith’s—"The Lady Gambles”;
11:20 a.m., 1:20, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30
and 9:35 p.m.
Little—“The Bank Dick”; 12:05,
2:45. 5:30. 8:20 and 11:05 pjn.
Metropolitan—“The Girl From
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; with Douglas Dick • Frank lovely • James Edwards • Steve Brodie • Jett Corey ’• lloyd Bridges
j Produced by Stanley Kramer • Directed by Mark Robson • Associate Producer Robert Stillman
* Screenplay by Carl Foreman • Based on the original play by Arthur laurents
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3:35, 5:35, 7:40 and 9:40 p.m.
National—“Streets of Laredo”;
11:15 a.m., 1, 2:40, 4:25, 6:10, 7:55
and 9:40 p.m.
Palace—"The Great Gatsby”;
10:45 a.m., 1, 3:10, 5:20, 7:35 and
9:50 p.m.
Pix — “Passionnelle”; 2, 4:45,
7:30 and 10:15 p.m.
Playhouse — “One Woman’s
Story”; 11:20 a.m., 1:05, 2:50, 4:35,
6:20, 8:05 and 9:55 p.m.
Trans-Lux — “Home of the
Brave”; 11:15 a.m„ 1:05, 2:55,
4:40, 6:30, 8:20 and 10:10 p.m.
Warner—“Look for the Silver
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5:30, 7:35 and 9:15 p.m.
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Today-Tomor.: Two Bl* Hits! CARY
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Fairlawn Amusement Co.
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JAMES CAGNEY In a reissue ot "G
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WILLIAM HOLDEN, MacDONALD
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MARTHA VICKERS In ‘DAUOHTER
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CARMEN MIRANDA in "COPACA
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CONGRESS 25,31 “Ur SE'
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ART. JUNE ALLYSON in “THE
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Double Feature: ALEXANDER KNOX
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William Holden in "Streets of Laredo."
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Brian Donlevy in “Impact.” at 11,
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Ronald Reagan in "Nigh Unto Night,”
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Gary Cooper, Patricia Neal in "The
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Spencer Tracy in "Edward My Son,"
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Glenn Ford in "Undercover Man." at
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Clifton Webb In "Mr. Belvedere Goes
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Wayne Morris In "The Younger
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Kb nriTmt Comfortably
-B intllltna Air-Conditioned
i nvnr 4813 Man. Avo. n.w.
nr LA wo. 4400. Con*. 1 to 11 P.M.
WM. BENDIX, WM. HOLDEN In
"STREETS OF LAREDO," In technl
eolor ot 1:30, 3:35, 5:40. 7:40, 9:45,
in IP 1331 H St. N.E. AT. 8300
AI LAS Cont. i to n p.m.
Double Feature Program
BOBBY DRISCOLL In “THE WIN
DOW,” plus LARAINE DAY, KENAN
WYNN In "MYDEAR SECRETARY,”
CnilTflB Minn. Avo. at Bonnin*
SLAATUll Rd NE. «. 2400
Free Parklni.
WM. HOLDEN. WM. BENDIX la
"STREETS OF LAREDO," In tech
nlcolor at 1, 3:13, 5:15, 7:28, 9:41.
■ Iff BB 38th A Alabama Avo. S.E.
nAILUn V| 4000. C-2 Bus to Door
GARY COOPER In "FOUNTAIN
HEAD.” at I. 3:10, 5:20. 7:35, 9.45.
ARLINGTON, FALLS CHURCH, VA.
hh«»tlo» Ft«i« OMwi 4360.
Fall* Church, Vo. FA. 1553
'‘FOUNTAINHEAD," GARY COOPER,
PAT NEAL._
p ptr, E. Fall* Church, Vo.
kwle A treat for the Entire Family
"HOLD THE BABY,” "IN OLD
CALIENTE.” _
ARLINGTON «; T $xs
QFVV CAM 1729 Wilson Blvd
WlLOiln P|„n, OX. 1480
“FOUNTAINHEAD,” GARY COOPER,
PAT NEAL.
11 CUT All 3166 Wilson Blvd.
AaniUA Phone Oxford 1139
"GUN RUNNERS.” also “O MY
DARLING CLEMENTINE."_
BUCKDKHAN fcZ'otoZi
"IT HAPPENS EVERY SPRING."
JEAN PETERS, RAY MILLAND.
f*p PDF 2130 No. Glebe Rd.
bLLAL pr„ Parking. Oxford 4266
Hearing Aide.
"EDWARD. MY SON/' DEBORAH
KERR, SPENCER TRACY..
■pgn 104 S. Wayne St.
»*»" Arlington. Vo. OX. 1733
"OUTPOST IN MORROCCO.”
GEORGE RAFT. __
JEFFEBSON l~ ■#;
Church, Vo. FA. S040.
"OUTPOST IN MOROCCO,”
GEORGE RAFT.
**■ Alexaadkia, Arlnftoa, Va.
UftrnBlitBi Phono A Lex. OOOO
arm l0n* **• Al**- ^
BbUI Parking Spaca
ESTHER WILLIAMS. RED SKELTON
■NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER.’’.
VIRGINIA st
SUSAN HAYWARD, ROBERT PRES
TON, "TULSA."
RICHMOND •”
^MeW^TO^LLE^
'■srmNO PRETTY.”_
CENTRE Wrlln,^n' v“- Tt
Air Condition*!_
“THE BIO STEAL. "ROBERT lOTW
gmjM. JANE OREKR._—
SHIHUHCTOH ’SFtS?
“THE FOUOTA^KEAIVl OABT
COOPER. PATRICIA NEAIa
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