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Hollywood and Oxford
Make Congenial Pair By J&y Carmody Barrett Kiesling, who has gone as far as from here to the mon bespeaking good will for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, came back to town yesterday after an absence of several years. His specific purpose in being here is the Washington premiere, Nov. 9, of the studio’s biggest picture of the year, "Battleground." It is a celluloid recall, if you had not heard, of the battle of Bastogne. rT-<T__1.. T. _ -—- —. . - The studio, quite properly, has given it the works. The premiere will be correspondingly blazing with the Capitol’s 3,400 seats filled with official, military, diplomatic, press and other prestige people. The audience will be invited down to the least seat-holder, an im portant technicality because the world premiere of “Battleground” does not occur until the following Eight in New York. You can have a world premiere after a Washington premiere only if tickets to the first are distri buted by invitation, not sold. Understand? Okeh, then forget it. * * * * Visitor Kiesling’s mind somehow was not on “Battleground” at luncheon. It no doubt will get back to that picture in plenty of time, hence his willingness to dis cuss “Intruder in the Dust,” fash ioned from William Faulkner’s Eovel. Kiesling was in on the making of the latter, too, and he found it a fine intellectual adventure since it was made right in Faulkner’s home town of Oxford, Miss. He thinks Mississippi and Hollywood learned a lot from being intimates all those weeks, a couple of dis similars who met in a mood of lively curiosity but without hos tility. “As a matter of fact,” says Kies ling, “we found everything we wanted in Oxford, the dramatic realism not only of the actual scene but of 527 Oxford human types whom we used in the pic ture. Location shooting is not new, of course, but I think we got something different using it to this degree. Not only will we do It again, but so will the other studios. America is wonderfully real when you turn a camera di rectly on it, a new reel realness. Talk about character, there are only 14 actors out of 541 members of the cast of ‘Intruder in the Dust.’ ” Working in his home town, among the people he has written about after growing up with them, Faulkner was right there when the picture was being made — mostly as spectator. “You know,” Kiesling says, “he; Is a sort of old Hollywood hand and frankly did not like the place when he worked there. Every thing between us was just fine when we went to his town. He hates publicity, but for us he par ticipated in a great, sort of all South, press party at which he talked like a writer who had been the press’ pal all their mutual lives. “Everybody agreed it was the most exciting literary event in Oxford, in fact in the whole South, in years.” Oxford is an old, tightly con tained Southern town which might have been suspicious of Hollywood intruders come to make a picture with the flavor of race in it. Somehow or other, Director Clarance Brown, a Southerner himself, expected no such thing and was deeply gratified to find his assumption correct. After all, Faulkner, a home town boy, wrote the story and this pro vided Metro’s location forces with an entre. Outside of writing the original novel, Faulkner had almost noth ing to do with making the picture. He watched it being made, of course, and went to the parties where the visitors and the natives found each other socially exciting. He lent his Tennessee walking horse to Director Brown to play the equine role of Highboy and the Metro people were impressed that he himself stayed up to take the horse home after night-time shooting. Director Brown and his writers on the story made one change in the Faulkner narrative, a sort of basic change in a major melo dramatic point. Faulkner did not mind at all, agreed even that it strengthened the script. The picture, made in the early spring months, had its world pre miere in Oxford in August. Kies ling thinks there never has been a world premiere like it. “The theater has only 800 seats,” he says, “and 527 of them were occupied by Oxford citizens, w’hite and colored, who worked in the production as actors. I guess there never has been such a happy bedlam. Afterwards there was dancing in the village square, and splendid parties in the great houses. “These marked the end of the several mdhths of contact and while neither of us felt that our mutual adventure had made his tory, each of us learned a little, and maybe even understood a little more, when it came time to say goodby.” Kiesling, a great disciple of travel, feels that Hollywood will move around more hereafter and that it and the towns it visits— like Oxford—will be broadened at least a little. 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Floor, J lllllll OPPOSITE WARNER (EARLE) THEATRE HUt ON THE SCENE—Arlene Dahl plays the leading feminine role in the new Van Johnson starring film, "Scene of the Crime” opening Thursday at the Capitol. Bolger’s Record Ray Bolger will break his own long run record tomorrow night when he appears for the 428th time in the musical hit. "Where’s Charley?” at the St. James The ater in New York. His previous record was established in the 1942-43 season, when he appeared for 427 times in “By Jupiter.” Sorry! In error was the announce ment in this page yester day that the Sadler’s Wells ballet would not play Wash ington on its current Amer ican tour. It will give two perform ances here, November 7 and 8, at Constitution Hall, under the auspices of the Snow Concert Bureau. The Star regrets the error. AMUSEMENTS. r^FOR ONE WEEK ONLl Die Broadway Musical Smash Following Two Year Run HIGH BUTTON SHOES Strata presents of the J6.60 hit JcSIlStltSWS IS3 COMEDIANS Humphrey BOGART In Columbia's Tokyo Job KNOX- MARLY • HAYAKAWA COLUMBIA pm Ml HH MTM LARRY PARKS JOlSON SINGS AGAIN «"!* | a 11 r 1, COLO* Bf BARBARA HAH J TECHNICOLOR PRICES FOR THIS ATTRACTION ONLY MATS f an Prices I CMMEN *"•17* J hchd. I Op«.oS-»c *'?1 1 IW | S M Close—«4c 5 to Close—98c I J Crab— 8—5 TIM! frA Sw MM Ul. ■■ 1 ' ■ GALA OPENING! NATIONAL SYMPHONY HOWARD MITCHELL, Conductor YEHUDI MENUHIN OPENS SERIES A ON OCT. 26 Benno MoUeiwitsch Opens SERIES B ON NOV. 2 20—WEDNESDAYS—20 (S Series, A A B—IB Concerts Each) FAMOUS GUEST CONDUCTORS: Beecbam, Ssell. Ansermet, Mltropoulos. and Callaway. GUEST SOLOIST8 Includ: Bampton, Warren, Stern. Wild, Myra Hess, Jants, Jambor. Arrau, Verdi’s Resutem Mass with Wash. Cathedral Choral Society. —CONSTITUTION hall— Prices: Series A or B (10 Concerts), *8.10 to *30.00} Box (Seats 5). *192. (An prices include tax.) Prices: Both Series ABB (20 Con certs) Includes 10% discount, S1S.40 to SSff. Slnsrle Seats— On Sale Oct. 20th Series A On Sale Oct. 27th Series B National Symphony Box Ofllce 1330 G St. NW. (Kitt s Music Store) NA. 7332 Steinway Piano Where and When Current Theater Attractions and Time of Showing Ambassador—“Tokyo Joe.” 1:15, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30 and 9:40 p.m. Capitol—“Slattery’s Hurricane,” 11 a.m., 1:45, 4:30, 7:20 and 10:05 pun. Stage shows, 12:40, 3:25, 6:15 and 9 p.m. Columbia—“I Was a Male War Bride,” 11 a.m., 1:10, 3:20, 5:35, 7:45 and 10 p.m. Dupont—“The Scoundrel.” 2:20, 5, 7:45 and 10:35 p.m. Hippodrome—“Pittsburg,” 2:05, 5:10 and 8:10 p.m. Keith’s — “Ichabod and Mr. Toad,” 11:50 a.m., 1:50, 3:55, 6, 8 and 10:05 p.m. Little—“The Great McGinty,” 12:30, 3:35, 6:40 and 9:55 p.m. Metropolitan — "Jolson Sings Again,” 11:25 a.m., 1:25, 3:25, 5:30, 7:35 and 9:40 p.m. National—“Devil in the Flesh,” 11:35 a.m., 1:35, 3:40, 5:40, 7:17 and 9:50 p.m. Palace—"Sword in the Desert,” 11 a.m., 1:10, 3:20, 5:30, 7:40 and 9:50 p.m. Playhouse — “Once Upon a Dream,” 11:20, 1:05, 2:45, 4:30, 6:15, 8 and 9:55 p.m. Trans-Lux—“The Fallen Idol,” 11 a.m., 12:50, 2:40, 4:30, 6:75, 8:15 and 10:05 p.m. Warner — “Tokyo Joe,” 11:10 aun., 1:15, 3:25, 5:35, 7:45 and 9:55 p.m. IAMUSEMENTS. L1TtODA^^Op«iiJ?!45"]| 1 RICHARD WIDMARK I LINDA DARNELL II VERONICA LAKE j 8 BIG ACTS I VAUDEVILLE I JOHNSON • GLORIA DtHAVEN k ARLENE DAHL J “SCIRE *i ft* CRIME" /■ $ >H» 4CTS VAUDEVILLE jjf ^ TODAY ... 0p«« 12:45 ■ fa#f[ CARY DRANT • ANN SHERIDAN | Mt. Vernon Group To Start Season The Mount Vernon Players will open their 1949 season tomorrow night at Undercroft Auditorium with a premiere performance of “The Rivals” and a reception after the play. The regular run will start Thursday and continue through November 5. Curtain will be at 8:30 nightly. This will be the group’s first .. .. .. AMUSEMENTS. I-TSSTE-1 ROLLER DERBY IULINE ARENA I 8:30 P.M. 1 Reservation. FR. 6800 ■ Tickets also on sale at Fairway flE 1338 G St. N.W.H season under its new director, Don 1 Pimm. Mr. Pimm now is a gradu ate student at George Washington University under Edward Man gum, the man at the head of the Mount Vernon Players when Dr. John W. Rustin inaugurated the drama as a Mount Vernon Place Methodist Church project. The cast of "The Rivals” in cludes Leon Norris, Richard Mil ler, Dorothy Ohliger, Terry Schwartz, Nancy Alexander, Mar guerite Minsky, Terry Gallegos, Prank Savge, Bert Bram, Benny Savers, Bill Cain and Herb Har vey. AMUSEMENTS. 3RD BIG WEEK! 0. SELZNfCK presents the CAROL REEO production M« liil 'etf 1* it/of 14th at H N.W. Open 10:4S AM. I Plus Our Complete Newsreel Digest 3SSS*iMfflP Vra.hlafton Ijaj^ Pr.aii.ra '''ITjPCl* T0MW COMEoy ,n Years! r The hilarious story of • jO town de V_ ^ P* of Britain! A superb and Ml f X Stanley HOLLOWAY• Hermione-'Quartet’BaODELEY• Margaret RUTHERFORD*Paul DIJPUIS _MB Dl AYUAIICCi ,s,h AN0 M struts* si isoo THK reA I n VU9B * Continuous from 11 AM*»C to I PM ENDS TODAY: "ONCE UPON A DREAM" JCVERYBOWS SAMHa IT/ W The Funniest Picture Of My Life L Marl* Wilton. «*■■■--» -•-» » -* - —>« W jfWa lUfm Bf rodia *owt JOHN LUND * DIANA LWN DON DiFOREjmE WILSON i DEAN MARTlHERRY LEWIS II Directed by Georga ManhaH Rf Screenplay by Cy Howard and Padre levy ■Kak Bated upon the CBS radio program "My Mend Irma* Um created by Cy Howard • A Paramount Picture Stiffs tomorrow Loews' PALACE F * 13* • Op«n 10:30 1 * *_** ■ ■» Ms Tod«r-Paiace-Dm ANriis^firti TiM'Ste^N McNitty-<<Sword hr Tht kmf * m ■ .1. —. ■ ■ .— ■. i ■! ■ ■■ I —»■ ■■ "— ■ ■ " ■ ' ■"!< i ■ GREATEST ADVENTURE ~ MAN EVER LIVED!!! » IWt teautifii mm etattd Mi tevt tat ooly m tald tta toy to powof Is w# wOnO Of NK| RiulfUO-ISfOnolOO ——— —-* — i-»-«— —»—»—* 1 PWIWI KN]|JBk [HUWS •pHEROOf' -> $ ELDR1DGE • SUUIVAN \ Linden Kathleen i TRAVERS * RYAN V' -DEREK BOND«.A V A JAMES ROBERTSON JUSTICE |U t FELIX AYLMER EXCITEMENT! Tin awM vMeace «f aatm-tht ttrauk of mi ipfewt tbe mi - inf tariff TWy or RinaTy-iwuwf _A -A ^^AU. ^|| A. I||i|—fcl 3tuH tiff mt mm ww 10 uiNnpf: Directed by DAVID MACDONALD v| Produced by A FRANK BUNDY 1 A Sydney Box Production for GainsboroughI Helmed by Umvereallnternational STARTING AT It: 16 A.M TOMORROW...! POORS OPEN 18:45 A.M. RKO KEITH’S _ 15TH at. c HOW! «NAL SMOWINCS TODAY ^,^,CHAJ^*n^0JOAO j AMUSEMENTS. I I PAUL MAETZ .tj | CONTINUOUS j Popular Pries • 1^, ! Feature at : HAl oso* 11:35, 1:38.3:41. • f Bel. lit 14 6:44, 7:47, 8:50. t...,.r...T...L7.: fyyffTyryyTfyffyyyTn^p^n CAYETY^Kl TgiffTlIISflllflfW SScilVONDEta &:001 | SEATS j AMUSEMENTS. >HILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA Eugone Ormandy, conducting ■! TONIGHT—8:30 P. M. I Constitution Hall 1 Snow Coneort Bureau I 1108 a St. N.W. (Campbell Music Co.) I RE. 4433 10-5:30 P.M. I FIRST EXCLUSIVE RE-RELEASE SROWIRIt THE MARX BROTHERS < la two of IMr hmnteat eonUy Ms 'Animal Crackers' DUCK SCUT a i wi: w ill' . MI1310 | QJtauAiR<uAU> fMIIHHBtl 1 CRIME WITHOUT SCOUNDREL I passion dupont “■a*** 1332 # CONM AVI Com Peril horn | pm ; -■ wimt HILLUmnui HOWARD %tknaJb/jfAautl pvGmfluon fOHUytX A U>FOfJ«OAV fTTlR PAULETTE GODDARD ^AiA^^^TTAk«ond« ICordo'i freducliee el Oscar Wilde's ~ If TECHNICOLOR ■A baeiee Hie ^fodwtltoi TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES CIRCLE 2105 Pa Av* NW RE 0184 ANN TODD, CLAUDE RAINS in “ONE WOMAN'S STORY.” at 6:20. 8. 0:45. FAIRFAX THEATER “YES 8IR. THAT'S MY BABY." DONALD O'CONNOR, GLORIA DE HAVEN. E. M. LOEW'S OPEN AIR~ DRIVE IN THEATER Route One, 3 miles south of Alexandria, Va. Dial AL. 7030 Ooen 6’30. cont. from 7! RICHARD LANE IN “DEVIL SHIP." at 7, 10. Plus GREER GARSON and WALTER PIDGEON i in “JULIA MISBEHAVES,” at 8:30.1 Adults 50c, Incl. Tax. Children Free! Sun.-Mon. Only! Two Dartne French Hits! “PASSIONELLE" and “TORMENT." | Stories told only as the French can tell them! October 25, 26, 27, “GONE WITH THE WIND." SUNSET DRIVE-IN Leesburg Pic. Rt. 7, Vi Mi. E. Boiley s X Rds. Open 6:30. Starts 7 P M JOAN CRAW FORD in “DAISY KENYON." at 8:30. Plus “MAN FROM TEXAS." at 7:10, 10:10. SI. Plus Tax, a Carfull. oppn 1723 King St. AUx. 3445 nbCiU Parking Spac. GARY COOPER. JANE WYATT In "TASK FORCE." VIRGINIA *' LIZABETH SCOTT. DON DEFORE In “TOO LATE FOR TEARS."_ RICHMOND 8191W ZACHARY SCOTT. ALEXIS SMITH, "ONE LAST FLING."_I CEHTNE Falrlington, Va. TE. 1000 •TOP O' THE MORNING.” BING CROSBY. BARRY FITZGERALD. SHIRLINGTON "COME TO THE STABLE." LORETTA i YOUNG, CELESTE HOLM. -SIDNEY LUST THEATERS IHjnrr IV On Balia. Pika—5 Min. uniiL-in Pait y of Md T0 M00 Open 6 P.M. Starts 41:30. Today Tomor.: Dramatic Thunderbolt! "HOME OF THE BRAVE” at 6:30, 8:15, 10:10.. HIPPODROME** GEORGE RAFT. JOAN BENNETT, WALTER PIDGEON In "HOUSE ACR08S THE BAY,” and MARLENE DIETRICH. JOHN WAYNE, RAN DOLPH SCOTT in "PITTSBURGH." nrrorcna Wi»- Av»-4 E-w-Hwy. BLIBUIIA WI. 2868-9636 Free Parking—Last Day: BURT LAN CASTER. PAUL HENREID, CLAUDE RAINS. CORINNE CAL VET In "ROPE OF SAND.” at 7:Q<L 9:29. Mil It Rockville, Md. Rockville 2434 PII“U Free Corking. Today-Tomor: LIZABETH SCOTT, DON DEFORE. DAN DURYEA, in ‘TOO LATE FOR TEARS.” at 7:20, 9:25, RAIffflOII Eastern Ave. Bet. R. I. AAinUUU ( M|eh Av„ WA 8399 Free Parking—Today-Tomor.: Dramatic Thunderbolt! "HOME OF THE BRAVE," at 6:15. 8:91, 9:53. r&Mrn Ml. Rainier, Md biiFlMl WA 9744 Two Hits! Today-Tomor.: VALERIE HOBSON. STEWART GRANGER in "BLANCHE FURY," in Technicolor, and GLORIA JEAN. JOHN HUBBARD in "OLD FASHIONED GIRL.” Last Complete Show 8. HYATTSVILLE Hyatts. 0552—Free Parking. Today-Tomor.: DONALD O’CONNOR, CHARLES COBURN in "Yes SIR, THAT8 MY baby.” in Technicolor, at 6:15, s7\t, 9:50. _ CHEVERLY 0,,*n“ Highway " * at handover Rd. Md Today-Tomor.: CLAUDE RAINS. BURT LANCASTER. PAUL HENREID. CO RINNE CALVET in "ROPE OF SAND,” SAND,” at 6:55, 9:25. ' UN. 01OO—Free Parking MARLBORO Md Today-Tomor.: LIZABETH SCOTT. DON DEFORE. DAN DURYEA in “TOO LATE FOR TEARS,” at 7:22, 9:21. I M V iprV 4813 Mom. Av*. N.W. I“,*A WO. 4600. Cent. 1 to 11P.M. First Uptown Shownig! Year’s Most Tailced About Hit! “HOME OF THE BHAVE,” at 1:25. 3:30, 5:35. 7:40. 9:45. ATLAS 133! H St. N.E. AT. 8300 j ALAN LAbD, “GREAT GATSBY.” Also “JOE PALOOKA COUNTER PUNCH.’’ SENATOR M,nn- Av*- 8*nn'n9 DUlHIUn Rd N.E. TR. 2500 ROBERT CUMMINGS. ARLENE BAHL. "REIGN OF TERROR,” at 1. 3:14, 5:16, 7:29. 9:43. Plus TEX WILLIAMS, "GIRL FROM GUN SIGHT”__ HJ|Y| nil 28th & Alabama Av*. S.E. nniiiun v, 400,, c.j BuJ to Dool First Southeast Showing! Year’s Best Drama! “HOME OF THE BRAVE,” at 1, 3:10. 5:20, 7:32, 9:45. £ STATE Church, Va. FA. 1535 "HOME OF THE BRAVE.” DOUGLAS DICKr STEVE BRODIE. ■ PP E. Falls Church, Vd. •**” A treat for the Entire Family “HELLFIRE,” WILLIAM ELLIOTT. MARIE WINDSOR.__ ARLINGTON ^ “YES SIR, THAT'8 MY BABY.” GLORIA DE HAVEN. DONALD O’ CONNOR. am CAW 1779 Wilson iivd nUiSlin Phone QX 1480 “HOME OF THE BRAVE," DOUGLAS DICK, STEVE BRODIE. &VHTAN 3166 Wilton Blvd. AAB1 Ufl phoo. oxford 1139 “SAND,” COLLEEN GREY. MARK STEVENS. BUCKINGHAM ““J*-& “WHITE HEAT,” JAMES CAGNEY, VIRGINIA MAYO. Cl FRF 2130 No. Gleb* ltd. IfluLIIL Free Parking. Oxford 4266 HetriM Aids. “COME TO THE STABLE," LORETTA YOUNG, CELESTE HOLM. RTRA 104 5 Wayne St. Arlington, Va. OX. 1733 “IT’S A GREAT FEELING,” JACK CARSON, DENNIS MORGAN. JEFFERSON - Kltfa Church, Va. FA. 8040 “THE BLUE LAGOON,” JEAN SIM MONS. DONALD HOUSTON. WARNER BROS. THEATERS For Information Call RE. 0800 AMBASSADOR in "Tokyo Joe" | at 1:10. 3:20, 5:25. 7:30, 8:40. A PM I fl Gregory Peck "The Great XirUbbU Sinner." 7, 9:30, AVAI (IN Robert Montgomery, Ann "rttMVn Blyth in "Once More My Darling," at 6:00, 7:50, 9:40. AVF RflANn Olsen & Johnson nvx>. UXIMXIU in "Hellzapoppin." at 6:20, 0:40. Olsen & Johnson ln "Crazy House." at 8:15. RFVrM V "Blue Lagoon." 1:15, DI.TI.nbI 3:15, 5:20. 7:20, 9:30. mi VPDT Robert Cummings in Itnblliill "Reign o( Terror,” at 1:15, 3:15, 5:20, 7:25, 9:30. miTRAf "Search For Danger." at bbninfUa U:io. 2:15. 5:20, 8:25. "Not Wanted," 12:10. 3:15, 6:20, 9:25. I'M niTV Jennifer Jones. Van Hef vUbvn X lin in "Madame Bovary" at 6:30. 9:15, ROMF June Haver. Ray Bolger in XlUlIb "Look For the Silver Lin ing." at 6:15. 9:25: “Rimflre." at 8:20, KFNNFOV James Cagney in XlbHIlbUI "White Heat." at 1, 3:05, 6:15, 7:20, 9:30. Mac ARTHUR :'^ope P«*NN TTVM I Burt Lancaster in -*nn IITUbI -Rope of Sand" at i:05. 3:10, 5:15, 7:25, 9:30. (AVflV w- c. Fields ln "My Little aflVUI Chickadee." at 6:40. 9:30; W. C. Fields ln "Bank Dick" at 8:05. CTTfl Gary cooper in “Pride of the •MaVV Yankees." at 6:15, 9:20; “Search for Danger." at 8:20, SHERIDAN-SILVER Celeste Holm in "Come to the Stable" at 1:10, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30, 9:35. TAKOMA Jennifer Jones. Van Hef * lin in "Madame Bovary," at 6. 7:35: Preston Foster in "Geron imq." at 8:05._ UPTOWN Victor Mature, Lucille "**!* ** Ball in "Easy Living,” at 1:25, 3:30, 5:30, 7:36. 9:35. YORK D*11111* Morgan. Jack Car son,,, Doris Day in "It’s a Great Feeling,” at 6:15, 7:55, 9:40. THE VILLAGE 1307 *N E' __Phone MI. 9227. gONALD O'CONNOR, GLORIA DR BARY^' ’."t «Y?S. ,SJR' THATS MY BABY. at 6, 7:51. 95?_ NEWTON ,2,h 4 N»w*o" nunivn Stj Ng ROBERT MONTGOMERY, * ANif ‘.nt ;oN^fiMo9^MY da* JESSE THEATER 4 '?»• n, _ »t$, N.C* __Phone DC. 9861 ROBERT TAYLOR, BARRAn* STANWYCK In "THIS IS MY AF at 8:41. HI_RANDOLPH SCOTT in "CORVETTE-225," at «•>. 8:19._ SYLVAN St- 4 * '• av#. hTw. ,n" Phono NOrth 96*9 W C. FIELDS FESTIVAL: "BANK °ICK ' »t rt"6. 8:43. "MY LITTLR CHICKADEE," at 7:13. 9:50, "THE VERNON 3707 Mt- Vornon NEW f LII1IU11 Av.A|«.. v«. 1 Block From Presidential Gardena . , ; Phone ALex. 2424 BURT LANCASTER, PAUL HEN* RELJ in "ROPE OF 8AND.” at 6:55, ACADEMY d,-t MAUREEN O'HARA, DANA AN DREWS in "FORBIDDEN STREET.’* at 6:39. 10:01. FRED MacMUR RAY. SYLVIA SYDNEY in "TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE," at 6, 8:22. —SAN BOTH THEATERS—. CAROLINA WILX.IAM BENDIX, "COVER DP.’* THIEVES."3* AND THE TORTY STANTON 6,h ■*£•5- N E‘ ROD CAMERON, "STRIKE IT RICH." the rivIrN'ANDEZ' ‘'city ACROSS Fair I awnAmnsemenl Go. HIGHLAND 2523 A~ «• ROR," at 6:16, 8, 9:45. % ATLANTIC ROBERT CUMMINGS, ARLENE DAHL, RICHARD HART In “REIGN OF TER ROR," at 6:15, 8, 9:45. CAPITOL Capitol Heights, Md. VCM liWk Hl. 4740 Strange Story of a Qlrl and a Gorilla! FAIHLAWN ’3«GoodHo^m. Pguhj* FtatafC- ERROL FLYNN In •SILVER RIVER. at 6:20. 9:20. PItis “INNER SANCTUM." at 8:10. _ CONGRESS 2931 Nicho1* Av* S E ,. " JOhnson 2-8777 I4DRETTA YOUNG and CELESTE HOLM In “COME TO THE STABLE," at 6:15. 8, 9:50, ANACOSTIA 14,3 Good H°p* auiilbvaiui M. s.E. AX. 2424. VICTOR MATURE, LUCILLE BALL, LIZA BETH SCOTT. SONNY TUFTS In “EASY LIVING," at 1:40, 3:40, 5:40, 7:40, 9:40, CARAT Marlboro Pika at District Una vvnAb Hl. 515| FREE pARK|NG BURT LANCASTER, PAUL HENREID, CLAUDE RAINS, CORINNE CALVET In "ROPE OF SAND," at 6:65 and 9:25. LAUREL Law*1'IM amunus Unirol113 LIZABETH SCOTT, DON DEFORf. DAN DURYEA In 'TOO LATE FOR TEARS." HISER BETHESDA 74WU' 2 BRITISH HITS (1) PAULETTE GODDARD in Oscar Wilde's “AN IDEAL HUSBAND," Tech nicolor, at 5:30 and 8:35 P.M. (2) LES LIE HOWARD in Bernard Shaw’s “PYG MALION," at 7:06 and lo PM.