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Tallulah Has a New Play
If They Can Fix Salary
By Jay Carmody
Broadway may never know the real ending of the most exciting
running story in advance of the new drama season.
Characters in the tale are Tallulah Bankhead and the pro
ducers of Garson Kanin's new play, ‘‘The Rat Race.”
The situation is the usual one. Miss Bankhead has been oneied
the leading role in the play. She likes it and she would like to do
it, the more especially since sne
has been stuck the last two sea
sons in a revival of Noel Cow
ard’s “Private Lives.” The pro
ducers and playwright like Miss
Bankhead and can think of no
actress they would rather have.
Up to this point, the situation
is perfect.
Beyond this point, it is mon
strous as it nearly ayways is in
the negotiations between the flery
star and her prospective associ
ates. The trouble, as usual, is
money. The value Miss Bank
head puts upon her services is
again not the one her potential
employers put up them. They
insist that something should be
left for them.
It is possible that eventually
it will be settled that something
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1320 N. Y. At*. N.W.
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shall be divided among the others.
It always is settled this way. The
question is: How much? It may
never be revealed, except as be
tween Miss Bankhead and the
income tax people. This is how
it usually is and it is a shame in
view of the excitement of the ne
gotiations which is always great
er than those between Ted Wil
liams and the Red Sox or Joe
Di Maggio and the Yankees.
The betting is that whoever
wins, Tallulah won't lose.
* * * *
Little echoes keep drifting into
this department of President
Truman’s last Monday night visit
to Olney Theater. The manage
ment and staff of the Maryland
playhouse are still delightfully
shaken by the experience of play
ing host to such a notable patron.
One of today’s stories has to
do with the fact that no one ever
thought to collect Mr. Truman’s
tickets at the door. In fact, no
one ever thought to collect them
anywhere until the President,
himself, leaned out of his car just
“Satisfied... Many Thanks”
"A. Eberiy's Sons
1108 K St. N.W.
Washington, D. C.
Gentlemen:
Your work is finished. You have a previous
customer again satisfied.
Many thanks to your Supervisor and the
others of your force for kind and patient
attention to our minor troubles as well as
satisfactory work.
Sincerely,
Miss R. A. D."
Give Us Your Consideration...
When you have troubles (minor or major) about your
house and need repairing, renovizing or modernizing,
"give us your consideration." Call the Eberly man
for an estimate and ask him about The Eberly Plan
that takes care of everything, including the finance,
if you desire. Do that one time—you'll be satisfied,
and think of us when troubles come again.
A. Eberiy's Sons
1108 K ST. N.W. Dl. 6557
OUR 100-YEAR-OLD CREED:
tromht only what you eon do; olwayi do what you promito.
before taking off and handed them
to Co-Producer Richard Skinner.
The other yarn has to do with
the quickest change ever made at
Olney where actors and actresses
have done some fast changing in
the theater’s day.
The speedster in this instance
was Miss Nancy Holland, mis
tress of the Charlie Forest Inn
where the theater’s actors live.
Miss Holland was of the opinion
that she had until 11 o’clock to
get ready to meet the President.
When she was informed a few
minutes before curtain time that
he was coming early, she was
head-deep in curlers and other
preparatory stages of coiffure and
dress.
‘•He’ll be here in fi^ minutes ”
her warning came.
Five minutes later, an immac
ulate Miss Holland was standing,
at the door of the inn to greet
the theater’s most distinguished
visitor.
She is willing to let it stand as)
her lifetime record.
Paul and Grace Hartman were
in town yesterday for a one night
appearance at a special Statler
dinner and you can have Paul's
word for it that their revue. “Up
to Now.” is still an active item.
“The problem,” he says, “is not
to find producers, but to find a
theater in which to put it. There
are three or four attractions to
every one house available in New
York, but who's to say we won't
be lucky enough to get a theater?”
“Up to Now,” which played
Olney earlier in the season, had
eight weeks additional summer
touring afterward and ended up
a far different thing than it was
in the beginning.
“You wouldn’t recognize it.”
sayc Paul. “Sometimes, even we
don't.”
* * * *
Baltimore is as close as Ballet
Theater will get to Washington
this season, but it will be there on
November 24, which will also be
Thanksgiving Day. The Maryland
metropolis is one of 60 bookings
which Ballet has scheduled for
this, its 10th anniversary season.;
The company will defer its popu
lar price New York season until:
April, after which, things working
out, it may do a summer tour of
Europe.
Ballet’s star troupe remains the
same as last year, including Nora
Kaye, Igor Youskevitch, Nana
Gollner, Hugh Laing, John Kriza
and Maria Tallchief. Among the
new soloists is Erik Bruhn. on
one year’s leave from the Danish
Royal Opera Ballet. The West
Coast and the South will see the
! company during February and
March.
Vhat good pictures also can be
profitable pictures is clearly indi
cated once more in the earnings
of "Hamlet's” year’s run in New
York. In that single engagement,
the Laurence Olivier production
grossed a total of $675,000 in ad
missions, a record.
It is a figure which probably
has increased the price any Holly
wood studio is willing to pay Oli
vier to come here for one, or pref
erably more, pictures. The last
ofTer to the actor and his wife,
Vivien Leigh, was put at half a
million dollars.
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BEAUTY IN THE DESERT—
Marta Toren plays the lead
ing feminine role in "Sword
in the Desert" motion picture
story of modern-day Pales
tine. It is next on the Palace
schedule.
Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
Ambassador — “Task Force”;
1:05, 8:10, 5:15, 7:20 and 9:30.
Capitol—"Johnny Stool Pigeon'N
10:30 a.m.. 1:05, 3:45, 6:25, 9:05
and 11:45 p.m. Stage shows.
12:15, 2.55, 5:35, 8:10 and 10:50
p.m.
Columbia — “Northwest l^tom
pede”; 11:20 a.m., 1:20, 3:15, a:15,
7:10, 9:10 and 11:10 p.m.
Dupont—“The Quiet One”; 1,
2:50, 4:45. 6:40, 8:35, 10:35 p.m.
and 12:30 a.m.
Hippodrome—‘ ‘Mill on the
Floss”; 3:15, 5:50 and 8:30 p.m.
Keith’s — “Roseanna McCoy”;
11:50 a.m., 1:50. 3:55, 6:05, 8:10,
10:20 p.m. and 12:15 a.m.
Little—“Million Dollar Legs”;
11 a.m., 1:30, 4:05, 6:40 and 9:15
p.m.
Metropolitan — “P r i n c e s s O’
Rourke"; 11:50 am., 2:45, 5:35
and 8:30 p.m.
National—“Devil in the Flesh”;
11:35 a.m., 1:55, 4:15, 6:20, 8:20
and 10:25. p.m.
Palace—“I Was a Male War
Bride"; 10:45 a.m.. 12:55, 3:05,
5:15, 7:25, 9:40 and 11:50 p.m.
Pix—“Forever Amber”; 1:30,
4:10, 6:50, 9:30 p.m. and 12:15
a.m.
Playhouse — “Spring in Park
Lane”; 11 a.m.. 12:45. 2:35, 4:25,
6:15, 8:05, 10 and 11:50 p.m.
Trans-Lux —■ “Black Magic”:
11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:30, 6:40, 7:45
10 p.m. and midnight.
Warner—“Task Force”: 10:45
a.m., 12:50, 2:25, 5:05, 7:15, 9:35
and 11:45 p.m.
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AMUSEMENTS.
Jeanne Crain “The \ ttf I
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■ piua Dana Andrews, 1 ■
■ Maureen O’Hara “For*
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Hollywood Diary
Irving Berlin Biography Planned
___By Sheilah Grahom
HOLLYWOOD:
Jane Powell's wedding to Garry
Steffans takes place early in No
vember. “We are going to have a
big church wedding,” says Jane,
who postponed her marriage to
Garry until he had landed a good
business job. “We are looking
for a house now,” Jane tells me.
“We don’t want to live with our
families, of course.” There will
be a two-week honeymoon—"Not
too far from home.”
Irving Berlin will be immortal
ized on the screen by Gene Mann.
Gene is forming a picture com
pany for this big project and is
now in the negotiating stage with
Berlin.”
Stewart Granger must be plan
ning to stay here after his “King
Solomon’s Mines” in India and
“Quovadis” in Rome, because he
brought here from England the
most magnificent car I have ever
seen. It was specially made for
him by the Bristol Aeroplane
people, and must have cost at
least $20,000. I like Stewart. He’s
very friendly.
As for Elizabeth Taylor, she tells
me that she met Granger for
the first time last November in
England—“during the command
performance. And I did go to
the fights with him last week.
But please believe me, there is no
romance.” Elizabeth confirms
my story that she will co-star
with Stewart in “Quo Vadis”—
if it is made.” I am assured it
will be.
* * * #
Ronald Reagan and Celeste
Holm are cooking a deal to do
a movie together. Celeste is also
going to New York to give her
definite no in person to Rodgers
and Hammerstein re “South
Pacific.”
Judy Garland is now being
as co-operative at Metro as be
ginners always are. I doubt
AMUSEMENTS.
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•THE FAILED IDOL'’ Hifh Hint TmsJit
whether Judy will ever be late ioi
work again, or walk off a set in
a huff.
Montgomery Clift has been
asked to appear at six Eastern
cities with “The Heiress.” If
Monty goes, some one will have
to buy him some new suits. The
two he owns are very battered.
When they wanted Monty to
make some still photographs,
during an off working day at
Paramount, they had to borrow
a suit for him!
Tony Martin turned down a
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39-week TV show in New York,
because he preferred to stay with
Wife Cyd Charisse in Hollywood.
Greer Garson can't understand
it. At a fashion show she at
tended in London nobody asked
for her autograph. They didn't
even stare at her. Not indifferent,
just polite.
* * * *
Helena Carter, stormy redheaded
Universal starlet, is checking off
the lot when she finishes “Double
Cross Bones.’’ She is also check
ing out of the life of Blake Ed
wards. There is talk she will
marry a wealthy yachtsman of
Grosse Point, Mich.
Barbara Britton is investing
_AMUSEMENTS._
Now Playing
SARAH CHURCHILL
and
JEFFREY LYNN
In Phlllo Barry*
"THE PHILADELPHIA STORY"
Tuesday thru Sunday evenings at R:30
Matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2:30
Washngton Box Office: Jordan’s
13th and G Sts. N.W. RE. 1318 |
her dollars in a drive-m fcheata
on the Laguna sands where shi
lives.
Discount the Farley Granger
Phyllis Kirk romance stories
They are both in the same picture
••Beloved Over All.” Enough
said.
(Released by North American Newspapei
Alliance.)
AMUSEMENTS._
| LATE SHOW TONITE
“DEVIL
IN THE
FLESH
A RAUL HAETZ MOOUCTIO*
FEATURE AT 1:50, 4:17, 0:20,1:23, 10:20
C«ntinH«ns PNM
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TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES
CIRCLE 3105 Ta' Av*' N W' *E’01,4
RANDOLPH 8COTT in "THE DOOLIN8
OF OKLAHOMA," »t 1:20, 3:25. 5:35,
FAIRFAX THEATER '
"MIGHTY JOE YOUNG," TERRY MOORE,
BEN JOHNSON.__ _
GREENRELT Gr**nb<l,‘Md- GR 2222
HUMPHREY BOGART. INGRID BERG
MAN in "CASABLANCA."__
E. M. LOEW S OPEN AIR
DRIVE-IN THEATER
Route 1, 3 Mi. So. of Alex., Va., AL. 7050
Opens 6:3(1, Starts 7. Tonight lest feature
at 12. 1VM. BISHOP in "BLACK EAGLE "
at 7. 10:10: JOHNNY WEISMULLER in
"JUNGLE JIM." at 8:55, 12. Adults 50c,
Children Free! Starts Sun.: SCOTT.
MITCHUM. FITZGERALD in "CORVETTE
K-225” and RAY MILLAND In "WINGS
OVER HONOLULU."__
SUNSET DRIVE THEATER
Leesburg Pk„ Rt. 7, Vi Mi. f. Boiley’s X Rds.
Open 6:30. Starts 7 p.m. RAY MILLAND
In "CALIFORNIA" In Technicolor, plus
Cartoons.
—SAN ROTH THEATERS—
CAROLINA ,,‘MN3^7,Av# 11
TIM HOLT in "BROTHERS IN THE
SADDLE"; EAST SIDE KIDS in
"SPOOKS RUN WILD:" Hour Car
toon Show, "CONGO BILL" No. 7.
STANTON TV
"SCUDDA HOO SCUDDA HAY." plus
BILL ELLIOTT in "SAN ANTONIO
KID " Chap. 1. "GHOST OF ZORRO.
Tonight Only, 8:30. Prises for
Your Home! <25 Bond, Electrical
Appliances. Etc.
—SIDNEY LUST THEATERS—,
nnnrr m On Bolts. Piks—3 Min.
UB1YL-II* pa„ u of Md TO. 3800
Opens fi p.m.. Starts 6:30: ALL FAM
ILY SHOW LORETTA YOUNG. JO
SEPH COTTON, ITTHEL BARRYMORE
in "THE PARMER'S DAUGHTER." at
7-20, 10:10. 12:20. plus Cartoon Show
with Donald Duck, Popeye, Woody
Woodpecker, Tom >nd Jerry, etc., at
0:30. 9:23. Midntiht show tonight.
"THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER, "at
12:20 Sun.. Mon.: “TRAIL OF THE
LONESOME PINE" and "GERONIMO."
HIPPODROME V
BEATRICE LILLIE in "ON APPROVAL”
and JAMES MASON. GERALDINE
FITZGERALD In "THE MILL ON THE
FIOSS."
DPTDFCni WIs. Av»- E -W.Hwy.
DLlnUUA WI 2868 or 9636
Free Parking. Air Conditioned. Today
Tomor.: Two Big Hits! PRESTON FOS
TER. ANDY DEVINE in "GERONIMO."
and FRED MacMURRAY. HENRY
FONDA. SYLVIA SIDNEY in "TRAIL
OF THE LONESOME PINE" in Techni
coior. Last dctible feature, 8:30.
HI] ft Rockville, Md. Phene Rack 2434
nUlU Free Parking
Air Conditioned. Two Big Hits! JUDY
CANOVA. ALAN MOWBRAY in “SCAT
TERBRAIN" and WHIP WILSON.
ANDY CLYDE in “CRASHING THRU.”
See last two features at 8:50. Sun.
Mon.: "COME TO THE STABLE.”
fkWAflll Eastern avo. Bat. R. I.
KATWUUDi Mlch. Avee. WA. 8899
Free Parking. Air Conditioned, RAN
DOLPH SCOTT in "DOOLINS OF
OKLAHOMA." at 1:2B. 3213. 6 30.
7:38. 9:45. Sun.-Mon.: "THE BLUE
LAGOON "__
piHVA Mt. Rainier. Md.
IrAPlbU WA. 9746 Two Hits
Air Conditioned. CHESTER MORRIS
in "BOSTON BLACKIE'S CHINF.SE
VENTURE." and .JIMMY WAKELY In
"ACROSS THE RIO GRANDE" Last
comnlete rHow. 9. Sun.-Mon.' "ANY
NUMBER CAN PLAY" and "CALAM
ITV JANE 4- BAM BASS "_
HYATTS VILLE
tvettsvlll*. Md
Hvatts: 0553. Free Parking. Air Con
ditioned. Two B!g Hits! ROD CAM
ERON in "STRIKE IT RICH" and JON
HALL in "THE MUTINEERS." See
last double feature at 8:45. Sun.-Mon.:
"ANNA LUCASTA."
ranmi V Defense Hwy. at lend'
IsBLVMIlsl #v.r Rd Md UN 0100
UN. 0100. Free Parking. Air Condi
tioned. Two Big Hits! ROY ROGERS
tn "DOWN DAKOTA WAY” In Cine
color and JOHN WAYNE in 'FIGHT
ING SEABEES." Last double feature
at 8:40. Sun.-Mon.: "DOOLINS OF
OKLAHOMA."
MARLBORO
MnNdir^H°INB£ffi'^
"TUCSON.” Last double feature 9:2«.
Sun.-Mon: "ABBOTT * COSTELLO
MEET THE KILLER, BORIS KAR
LOFF"
Fairlawn Amusement Co.
Air Conditioned Theaters.
HIGHLAND 2523 pT t3u* 51
2 Reissue Hits! FRED MacMURRAY
in "TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE
In Technicolor, at 1. -6’
"GERONIMO." at 3:40, 6:50, 9_
a an atlTIf* Atlantic St. at
A1LAJ11 Iw Nicholt Ava. JO. J-5000
WILLIAM ELLIOTT in "THE LAST
BANDIT” in color, at 1. 3:10, 5:20,
7:30. 9:35; also TEX WILLIAMS In
"NEVADA TRAILS,” plus CARTOON
SHOW!__i
CAPITOL Capl V™
PrIMFIRE*”U": 1JA3 “. M6I:40IC«.N1o’
?kCQHLA'^D.t ^a4%:'7hi%A FA~
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2 Western Hits! JONN MACK
BROWN in ‘‘RANGE JUSTICE” at
1:25, .3:55. 6:25, 8:55: ROY ROGERS
in "FAR FRONTIER” Ini color, at 2310.
4 50. 7:20, 9:50; plus BIG CARTOON
SHOW!__ __
CONGBESS 293kNicha", m i l
VViiWHiMne Johnson 2-8777
Double Feature: MONTE HALE in
"SOOTH OF RIO.” at 1:20, 3:56. S.30,
9:10; MARTHA VICKERS in “DAUGH
TER OF THE WEST” in color, at 2:20,
4:55. 7:30, 10._
AHACOSTU .""/TV"SL
7:25, 9:35.
CAB SI Marlboaa Pika at District llna
leUBHis HI 5151 parkins
2 Reissue Hits! ALAN LADD. VICTOR
MATURE. VICTOR McLAGLEN in
"CAPTAIN FURY.” at 1. 4. 7:05. 10;
“CAPTAIN CAUTION.” at 2:40, 6:45,
8:40. _
LAUREL
Double Feature: "JUNGLE GODDESS”
and WM BOYD in "TEXAS MAS
QUERADE.”
Alexandria, Arlington, Va.
lataraMUan. rhana ILu MOO
prrn 1723 King St AUx 3443
n r.r.u Forking Span
JAMES CAGNEY. VIRGINIA MAYO
In "WHITE HEAT." _
Virginia
ROBERT CUMMINGS, A R LINE
DAHL In "REIGN OF TERROR."
RICHMOND119K7a,s,D0°v9824
JIGGS AND MAGGIE "JACKPOT
JITTERS."_
CENTRF |>a,r,ln^'en> Vo- TE-1000
"MADAME BOVARY.” JENNIFER
JONES. LOUIS JOURDAN.
SHIRLINGTON
Ithk NAVY."
HSEB-BETHESDA
Last Day! RANDOLPH SCOTT In
“Doolins of Oklahoma”
at 11, 3:16. 3:40, 6:45. 7:45, 8:60 pin.
Extra! "Buss Bunny Carnival." 32 min.
of eartoons.
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WARNER NOS/ THEATER*
For Additional Information Phone
T_heat era Direct or Call RE public 0 SO 0.
MATINEE TODAY, ALL THEATERS
AMBASSADOR °ary cooper m
niiuiMtfnvva "Task Force," at
1:05. 3:10, 5:16, 7:20. 8:30.
Robert Paige in “Fron
tier Badmen,” at 1, 4,
7. ift: Rory Calhoun in “Miraculous
Journey," at 2:45, 6:40, 8:40.
AVALON Mark Stevens in “Sand.”
" 1:15. 3:20. 6:25, 7:30,
v oo; 'Batman and Robin.” No. 8.
AVE. GRAND ’.'s.sITws
1’ 4:4<l- 8i;° Gary Cooper In
Pride of the Yankees." at 2. 5:40,
8:25; "Gang Busters," No. 13.
BEVERLY James Cagney, "White
UbliaHlil Heat,” 1:40, 4:15.
6:55, 8:30; "Batman and Robin," No. 9.
CALVERT TIVOLI
Randolph Srntt In "The Dooting of
Oklahoma." at 1:20, 3:30. 5:25, 7:26,
8:30; "Batman and Robin."_
rrVTR&T "Zanzabar,” at 11,2:05.
bbfllllfiDa B;10, 8:1B; Clark Gable
in "Any Number Can Play," at 12:10,
3:15, 11:20, 8 30.
COLONY Gary Cooper in Pride
vVlatln I of the Yankee*. ' at 1:30,
4:05. 0:40. p:20.
NOME Leo Gorcey in Hold That
nuilb Btbv... g, i. 3;55. 6:55.
! 9:55: Rcott Rrady in In This Cor
ner,*’ *t 2'4*». h 'AS, 8:.'J5.
KENNEDY w c Fields tn
nbnntiVI Little Chickadee." at
1 4. 7. 10: W C. Fields in "Bank
Dick." at 2:50. 6:55. 8:55.
MacARTHUR Prfsl<>" Foster.
a aobnas aaawsa .Geronimo,'. ]:o5,
4:45. 8:05: Fred MacMurray. "Trail erf
the Lonesome Pine ” 3:10, 6 30. 9:55:
"Batman and Robin.” Mat. Only.
PENN UPTOWN ney,m**Wh*tV
Heat.” 1, 3:05, 6:16. 7:26. 9:30.
SAVOY C1*r*c Oable in “Any Hum
. , * ber Can Play." at 1, 3:06.
6:15, 7:20, p-ss. •
SECO ‘'Tr»u of the Yukon ” 11,
"•s*" 1:50. 4:40, 7:20. 10:10: Car
! toon and Comedy Show. 12:30. 3:20. 6.
8:50; "Batman and Robin.” No. 8.
SHERIDAN ^sgnd.’^at* 1:20.*3:30.
Robin,” WoS‘l0,’Matinee *On”in *nd
SILVER R*dolph Scott in "The
inn not Oklahoma," at
1.30. 3:35, 5:35, 7:40, 9:45.
TAKONA Johnn* Weissmuller in
„ n .. . Junjle Jim," at 1, 4.
L, Joe Kirkwood in "Counter
at 2:45. 5:45. 8:30; "Kina
of the Rocketmen," No. 8. Mat. Only.
YORK Roddy McDowell in "Tuna
avian clipper,” at 1:40. 6. 8:20:
Richard Dix in "The Kansan.” at
2:56. 6:16. 9:40; "Ghost of Zorro.”
I B THEATERS
iprr 4(1] Mats. Ava. N.W.
“ WO. 4600 Coot. 11-11 P.M,
JAMES CAGNEY, VIRGINIA MAYO.
"WHITE HEAT.’' at 1, 3:26. 6:30.
7:40, 9:50. _
\'t Hour Cartoon Show at t:46
ONLY!
ATI AC 1331 M St. N.E A1 1300
n i Door. Qptn 10:30
Double Feature Program—ABBOTT
and COSTELLO in "WHO DONE IT":
pint ANN SOTHERN in "THE JUDGE
STEPS OUT.”
'a Hour Cartoon Show—Chap
ter 11. "GHOST OP ZORRO."
SENATOR
PRED MacMDRRAY in "TRAIL OP
THE LONESOME PINE” in Techni
color, at 2:30. 0:30, 10: plut PRES
TON POSTER in “GERONIMO.” at
I. o, 8:31.
MATINEE ONLY—Cartoon Cat
*> "BATMAN A
ROBIN." „
MATT IIP MH> * Alabama Artll
* **"“ VI 4000 C-l But ta Bate
JAMES CAGNEY. VIRGINIA MAYO
in "WHITE HEAT,” at 2:06, 6:06,
.:20, 9:45. _
MATINEE—Walt Dltner Cartoon
Show; "BATMAN A ROBIN.”
LOUIS BERMHEOMER'S THEATERS
THE VILLAGE *
JAMESCAGNEY VIRGINIA MAYO
In -WHITE HEAT," at I, 3:14. 6:28,
7:42. 9:56.
NEWTON ,3,h * N*wt#n
nbmun Sf, Nl mi. imp
JEAN SIMMONS. DONALD HUSTON
in "THE BLUE LAGOON." at 1.
3:25. 5:32. 7:39. 9:46. Added At
traction: Three Cartoon*
JESSE THEATEI
Phone DU. 9861
Double Feature: JOE KIRKWOOD.
LEON ERROL fn "JOE FALOOKA IN
THE COUNTERPUNCH." at 2:06.
4:45 7:24, 10:03: JOE YULE. RENIE
RIANO ln "JIGGS AND MAGGIES
JACKPOT JITTERS," at 1. 3:39,
P.1W* o*57, _
SYLVAN '*’ **• * Are. N.W.
• aiaTftM phon# NOrth P6IP
Double Feature: DUney Cartoon Fan
tasy. “DUMBO.” at 1. 4:08. 7:16.
10:24: "SALUDOS AMIGOS.” at
3:26 8.33, 9:41; "LAW OF THE
WEST.” with JOHNNY MACK
BROWN, at 2:31. 5.39, 8:47.
The VnmAlf 3707 Ml. Vernon Are.
New * MUIUI1 Alexandria, Vo.
1 Blech From Presidential Gardena
Phene ALex. 2424.
"ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET THE
KILLER. BORIS KARLOFF.” at 1, 3.
4:34. 6:12. 7:50. 9:28. Added At
tractlon: Three Cartoon*.
ACADEMY «■,.•%* ,l
Double Feature: MARGUERITE
CHAPMAN. ROBERT PAIGE In "THE
GREEN PROMISE." at 2:46, 6:07.
9:28: ROY ROGERS In "SUZANNA
PASS.” at 1:40. 5:01. 8:22.
ARLINGTON, FALLS CHURCH, VA.
_ Ph— OII»r< _
STATE Fa,,‘ chu,th' Va- FA 1335
■MIGHTY JOE YOUNG.” BEN
JOHNSON. TERRY MOORE.
in C. Fall. Church, Va.
A Trout fur tho Intiro Family
"LAW OF THE BARBARY COAST."
"SON OF A BADMAN."
AHLIMCTON mc;:. F;k- 5x‘ ^
■THE DOOLINS OF OKLAHOMA.”
GEORGE MncREADY, RANDOLPH
SCOTT.__
WILSOK KL"5r»
■MIGHTY JOE YOUNG.” BBN
JOHNSON. TERRY MOORE.
kCBTAK 3166 Wilton Bird
iuaiun Phono Oxford 113*
"HELLFIRE.” WILLIAM ELLIOTT.
MARIE WINDSOR.
BUCKINGHAM
“THE DOCWLINS OF OKLAHOMA.”
RANDOLPH SCOTT, GEORGE Moc
READY.
nnr 3130 No Globa U.
till USE. Fr„ parkino. oxford 4266
■oaring Aid*. __
‘‘MADAME BOVARY.” JENNIFER
JONES, LOUIS JOUBDAN. _
■*||) 104 S. Way no St.
Arlington. Va. OX. 1733
"HELLFIRE.” WILLIAM ELLIOTT.
MARIE WINDSOR.
jitfekjoh £■;”.*
Fall* Church 6040 _____
"JOHNNY ALLEGRO.” • OEORGM
RAFT. NINA FOCH.
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