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Drama News and Reviews
Mrs. Rathbone Made Choice
Of Husband's Olney Play
4 By Jay Carmody
Olney Theater first nighters. a pleasant set to spend a summer's
Tuesdays with, can thank Mrs. Basil Rathbone for seeing the English
star in “The Winslow Boy” tonight.
At any rate, Mrs. Rathbone was the first to visualize her lean,
intelligent, sinister looking (but in nowise sinister) husband in the
role of Sir Robert Morton.
It is one of a series of lively anecdotes of a long and happy
marriage tnat Ratnoone relates at
dinner when someone asks him
how he happened to choose his
current summer theater vehicle.
“I didn’t,” he says “My wife
did. Not in so many specific
words, but by inescapable implica
tion. It was while ‘The Heiress’
was doing its rich seasons in New
York and on the road. Those were
good years, the kind any man
would be satisfied with. Of course,
I could not go to the theater, ex
cept the one in which I was work
ing, but my wife could.
“We arrived home at the same
time one night, she from Just hav
ing seen the first performance of
“The Winslow Boy.” She was
rhapsodic, no less, about every
thing: the play, the production,
the acting and the direction. She
thought Alan Webb was fine as the
father, and Frank Allenby superb
as the coldly witty, high principled
barrister.”
It was in her enthusiastic de
scription of Allenby’s perform
ance, Rathbone says, that his wife
came up with the evening’s big
surprise.
“That’s a role you should be
playing.” she told him. “It was
made for you. Besides. I’m get
ting sick of the sight of you in
that beard (the one he grew and
wore for two seasons as Dr. Sloper
In ‘The Heiress’).”
* * * *
Some time later when his own
show’s schedule did not interfere,
Rathbone saw a performance of
“The Winslow Boy.” He was every
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bit as delighted as his wife with
everything about it, including
Allenby’s portrait of Sir Robert
Morton.
“However, I thought nothing of
it,” he says, "until my agent called
me early in the summer and asked
me what I would do as a play this
season. Instantly. I know that I
had no choice, that Mrs. Rath
bone had made it for me that
night she saw ‘The Winslow
Boy.’ ”
* * * *
For all that austere appearance,
there is no more popular star on
the summer theater circuit than
Rathbone, especially with younger
players in such companies as the
one at Olney. He does not believe
in pitching these into half-re
hearsed productions, not a whit
more than he believes in finding
himself in such a project.
The result is that he limits his
engagements in summer stock to
an extent that he has a full week’s
rehearsal, at a minimum, with the
group with which he happens to
be working.
This also is one of the nicest
things that could happen to sum
mer theater patrons who, here and
there around the map, see some
casuady assembled productions.
^ +
Staging “Kiss Me Kate” at the
Watergate for a fortnight—star
ing August 14—involves a lot of
problems that were not conceived
when the project was set. The full
list is far too long to tabulate,
even if anyone in advance of the
stac-w had time, but one of the
complexities is represented in the
scenery.
The Watergate having been de
signed for music is not equipped
to handle the show as staged in
doors, especially some of the
quickly changing scenes that usu
ally are “flown” into place. The
result has been an expenditure of
several thousand dollars designed
to see that there is no loss in;
production quality.
Incidentally, if it is all right to;
mention money, this added cost
will be a mere detail if the show
approaches capacity. Each of the
14 performances could run up
around $10,000 if enough Wash
ingtonians to pack the “house”)
turned up nightly.
And, of course, if it does not;
rain.
One of the summer's glossier
premieres is set for tonight at the
Playhouse in connection with the
opening of "Panic in the Streets.”
The all-invitational audience will
include Cabinet officers, members
of both branches of Congress, the
administrative departments, and
members of the diplomatic colony.
Honored guests will be officials of
the Public Health Service with
whose work the film, directed by i
Elia Kazan, deals. Kazan is a
tentative guest at tonight’s cere
monies.
Speakers will be Oscar R.
Swing, Federal Security Admin
istrator, and Dr. Leonard B.
Scheele, Surgeon General of the
United States Public Health Serv
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Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
Ambassador—"The Flame and
the Arrow”: 1:15, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30
and 9:40 p.m.
Capitol—“A Lady Without Pass
port”: 10:30 a.m., 1:10, 3:35, 6:20,
9 and 11:40 p.m. Stage shows:
12:15, 2:45, 5:25, 8:05 and 10:50
p.m.
Columbia—“Duchess of Idaho”;
10:30 a.m„ 12:30, 2:35, 4:35, 6:40,
8:45 and 10:45 p.m.
Dupont—"The Lawless”: 1:35,
3:35, 5:35, 7:40, 9:45 and 11:45
p.m.
Keith’s — “Treasure Island”:
11:30 a.m„ 2:05, 4:35, 7:10 and
9:45 p.m.
Little — “Laugh Pagliacci”;
12:30, 3:45, 7:00 and 10:20 p.m.
Metropolitan — “The Story of
O. I. Joe”; 11:15 a.m., 1:15, 3:20,
5:25, 7:30 and 9:40 p.m.
National — "The Gunflghter”;
11:15 a.m., 1:00, 2:50, 4:35, 6:25.
8:15 and 10:00 p.m.
Palace—“Three Little Words”:
11:00 a.m., 1:10, 3:20, 5:30, 7:40
and 9:50 p.m.
PlayhWse—“Henry V”: 11 a.m.,
1:20, 3:45, 6:05, 8:30 and 10:55
a.m.
Plaia —“Gigi”; 11 a.m.. 12:45.
2:30, 4:15. 6, 7:50, 9:35, 11:20
and 12:45 a.m.
Trans-Lux—"Kind Hearts and
Coronets”: 11:10 a.m., 1, 2,:50,i
4:40, 6:30, 8:20, 10:10 and 12 p.m.
Warner—“The Flame and the
Arrow”; 11:30 ajn.. 1:35, 3:35,
5:40, 7:45 and 9:50 p.m.
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Hollywood Diary
Errol Flynn's Lawyer
Denies Wedding Plans
By Sheilah Graham
HOLLYWOOD.
If Errol Flynn is planning to
marry Pat Wymore, Errol's lawyer,
Robin Ford, will eat his legal hat,
"You can quote me,” he said.
“Errol can’t afford to get married.”
It will take 60 days before Errol
finds out whether he can pay his
ex-wife, Lilli Damita, less alimony
per annum.
Dana Andrews, suffering for
six weeks with a bronchial ali
ment, says, "It doesn’t make me
feel too bad, but it has settled in
my bronchial tubes and won’t go.”
Linda Darnell’s estranged mate,
Cameraman Pev Marley, is still
hopeful that he and Linda will
reconcile. “It will take a little
longer of being apart before we
get to that,” he tells me. "But I
see Linda all the time and we are
the very best of friends.”
Maureen O’Hara, the lucky lass,
has been vacationing on John
Ford’s yacht at Catalina while
John is in Ireland looking for
locations for Maureen’s next pic
ture with John Wayne, “The Quiet
Man.”
Dennis O’Keefe, stricken with
blood poisoning, has managed to
toss off an original screen play,
“Love Is Murder.” which he wants
to produce, star in and direct.
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Cole Porter has found his lead
| ing lady for “Out of This World.”
; She is Priscilla Gilette. who starred
| in “Brigadoon” and is under
movie contract to the Cagney
Brothers—James and Bill.
* * * *
Talking of James Cagney, he
threw a humdinger of a soiree
for Sidney Blackmer recently at
i the Players’ west room. Van
Heflin, Charles Coburn and dozens
of other stars were present to
honor Sidney for his winning of
the Donaldson Award as the best
stage actor of the year.
Glenn Ford is a lucky golfer,
i Ben Hogan is coming to Hollywood
to coach Glenn, who plays the
part of Ben Hogan in the upcom
! ing 20th Fox movie about the
! plucky golfer. He’ll take Glenn on
a three-week tour of all the local
golf courses and show him how to
play like Hogan!
Vera Ralston, middle Europe’s
gift to Hollywood, is negotiating a
new five-year contract with
Republic. Vera’s Jewelry knocks
your eyes out.
Debbie Reynolds is so good in
“Tender Hours,” with Jane Powell,
that Boss L. B. Mayer has ex
panded her role in “Mr. Im
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perium,” with Ezio Pinza. Debbie
is the second star-caliber actress
to be dropped by Warners after
making only one film in 18 months
—"The Daughter of Rosie O’Gra
dy..” The other gal. snapped up
by Metro, was beautiful Arlene
Dahl.
* * * *
Frank Sinatra slipped quietly
out of New York a couple of nights
ago and took off fot England
again. He is due back for an en
gagement on the Steel Pier in At
lantic City, then he has an engage
ment in Santa Monica—in the
Superior Court—with wife Nancy.
Handsome Lawyer Greg Bautzer
was in Honolulu exactly three
days. His object was to acquire a
hotel for a client. How Greg can
be so good looking and so capable,
just beats me. He told me that
the war is a very worrying reality
to the people of Honolulu. They
are pretty close to the line of Are,
and Pearl Harbor is still fresh in
their minds.
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_ AMUSEMENTS.
1950 FINALS
MISS WASHINGTON
BEAUTY AND TALENT
CONTEST
ROCK CREEK SESQUI
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August 14, 1950 7:30 p.m.
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On Stage 9 P.M . "Little Miss
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GLENN LANGAN in "TREASURE OF
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BETTY HUTTON In “ANNIE GET
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WARNER BROS. THEATERS
For Information Call BE. 0800
Theaters Marked • Air Conditioned
• AMBASSADOR Vlriclnun 'Kay o’
in "The Flame and the Arrow,” at
1:15. 3:20, 5:26, 7:30, 9:40.
• IVtl AH Betty Hutton. Howard
HTfileUH Keel In Annie Oet
Your Gun." at 7. 9:30.
• AYE. GRAND Gary1 Cooper In I
"Bright Leaf." at 6:45, 9:56: Cary
Grant In ‘ Destination Tokyo." at 7:40.
• Prvrm v Claudette Colbert In
OH Cilllel “Secret Fury," at
2, 3:50. 5:45. 7:35. 9:30.
• CALVERT rKENNEDY
Cary Grant In “Criais,” at 2, 3:60,
5:40. 7:40. 9:40.
• rrifTOAi Double Feature. Oary
bUinAli Cooper in "Bright
Leaf.” at 11. 2:20. 5:45. 0:l|f; Ray
Miliband in^“It Happens Every Spring."
• mi AVIV sterling Hayden in
6:5oVo:2ol^ * "Asphalt Jungle." at
RflMP Double Feature. Gary Cooper
aUFlL in Bright Leaf." at 6:15.
9:25: Donald Woods in ‘‘Barbary
Plrate.O at 8:15.
• PENN * TIVOLI • UPTOWN
Cary Grant in "Crisia," at 1:30, 3:30,
5:30. 7:35, 9:40._
• CftVliV Double Feature. June
•■»»*» I Haver, "Daughter of Ro
sie O'Grady 9:16. P‘45; Humphrey
Bogart in "Chain Lightning.” 8:10.
• ^PPH Double Feature. Ben Jobn
0bwll son In ' Wagonmaster." at
6:35. 9:50: Dorothy McGuire In
"Mother Didn't Tell Me." at 8. 1
• SHERIDAN ■^The^Gunflghter," I
at 2:70, 4:10. 5:55. 7:45. 9:35. -
• SIT VTS Cary Grant In "Crisia."
SUaYMI at 1:25, 3:25. 6:80.
7:35. {9:35._
• TTVnMT Double Feature. Clau
1 AnUPlA dette Colbert In "Se
cret Fury.” at 6:30, 9:45: Fred Mae
Murray In "Borderline," at 8.
• vnmr Double Feature. Eleanor
XUItla Parker In “Caged." at
6:20. 9:35; Joe Kirkwood In "Hum
phrey Takes a Chance, ’ at 7:65.
-SIDNEY LUST THEATERS-,
nnnrr III Baito. Pike—S Min. Past
UttlYL-in u of Md. TO. 5800
Open 7:30 P.M. Free Dancing Under
the Stars at Opening and Intermis
sion! Today. Tomorrow. CARY GRANT,
JOSE FERRER. PAULA RAYMOND In
"CRISIS." at 8:55, II.
brTurcn a w». av«. «, t. w. hw»
SLIBMua wi. 2868-9636
Free Parking. Air Conditioned. Last
Day. CARY GRANT. JOSE FERRER.
PAULA RAYMOND In "CRISIS." at
6:15. 8:02, 9:54..
VIERS MILL vToM5.2V6269*
Free Parking. Air Conditioned. To
day. Tomorrow. CARY GRANT. JOSE
FERRER. PAULA RAYMOND In
"CRISIS." at 7. 9:30._
M|| A Phone Rockville, Md. 2434
niirtl frmm Forking—Air Conditioned
Today-Tomor.: The Screen’s First
Story of Man's Conquest of space!
"ROCKETBHIP X-M." at 7.30. 9:30.
KAYWOOD J-E aAv7. wi U
Free Parking. Air Conditioned. To
day. Tomorrow. JACK CARSON. JEAN
WALLACE in "THE GOOD HUMOR
MAN." at 6:18, 8:02. 9:49._
nurn Mt. Rainier, Maryland
L.Hi lLU WA. 9746. Two Hitsl
Air Conditioned. Today. Tomorrow.
"UNDERTOW." Plus VAN JOHNSON.
ELIZABETH TAYLOR In "THE BIG
HAHOOVER." Last Double Feature B:60.
HYATTS VILLE Hyottsvllle Md. I
Hyatts. 0552. Free Parking. Air Con
ditioned Today Tomorrow. JACK
CARSON. JEAN WALLACE in "GOOD
HUMOR MAN." at 0:15. 8:05. 9:50._
r Dr WFP I V Defense Highway
bnLTLIUlI a, landover Rd . Md.
UN. 0100—Free Parking.
Air Conditiioned—Today-tomorrow.
CARY GRANT. JOSE FERRER. PAULA
RAYMOND in "CRISIS.” at 0:15. 8:11.
MARLBOBO “KT ZZtX; “c
Today-tomorrow. JOHN DEREK.
DIANA LYNN In "ROGUES OF SHER
WOOD FOREST." in Technicolor, at
7:31. 9:22.
riBfl r 2105 Pa. Avo. N W. RE. 0184
UftnirLb A|r Conditioned
JACK CARSON. LOLA ALBRIGHT. JOAN
WALLACE in "THE GOOD HUMOR MAN.”
at 6:‘-10. 7:55. 8:35._ .
FAIRFAX THEATRE £
"THREE CAME HOME.” CLAUDETTE
COLBERT._
E. M. LOEW'S MT. VERNON
OPEN AIR DRIVE-IN
Rt. 1, 3 Ml. So. of Ale*.. AL. 70M»
Now Scientifically Mosqoito Controlled.
Open 7:46 DST. Starts 8,60! JAMBS
CAGNEY. EDMOND OBRIEN. VIRGINIA
MAYO In "WHITE HEAT.” at 8:05; Plus
ROY ROGERS Goes Hillbilly "Rhth*
WEAVER BROS, and ELVIRY In ' JEEPERE
CREEPERS." at 11. Adulta 50c. Inel. Ta*.
Children Free! Starts Wednesday 1 JOHN
WAYNE in "FLYING TIGERS."_
GREENRELT Greenbelt, Md. -OR. 1331
MARIUS GORING, GRETA OYNT t*
"TAKE MY LIFE."__
GEORGETOWN W
Air Conditioned
"WABASH AVENUE." BETTY OR ABLE
CAROLINA "I,fi. tir!"'
GENE KELLY In "BLACK HAND." DAVID
BRUCE In “YOUNG DANIEL BOONE. _
CTAirrnll 6th and C Sts. N.E.
&IAIUUI1 Air Cond. LI. 4-9458
HUMPHREY BOO ART 1n “CHAIN LIGHT
NING.” RONALD REAGAN In "THE
HASTY_ HEART."_
SUNSET DRIVE-IN Leesburg Pk.
The Area's Newest Drlye-In
Bet. Columbia Pike and Shirley Hwy.
Open 7:30 Starts 8:40 Today. To
morrow. GLENN FORD. WILLIAM HOL
DEN in "THE MAN FROM COLORADO ”
at 10:10: Plus "HANGOVER SQUARE." at
«:40._a 1.00 Plus Ta* a Carfull.
RISER RETHESDA 74V«48Avi
4ir Conditioned.
GREGORY PECK. JEAN PARKER in
, “THE GUNFIGHTER.” . .
L (Western.) 6. 7:50. 8:46.

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