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Aherne in 'Dear Brutus' Brings Whimsy to Olney By Jay Carmody This is whimsy week at the Olney Theater with Sir James M. Barrie as master of ceremonies. The occasion is the presentation of “Dear Brutus,” with Brian Aherne as star and some expert associates whose number includes Helen Craig and Harry Ellerbe. The play has been around long enough now that no literate person should find himself trapped unwittingly in a theater with it. It also has been part and parcer of the drama long enough to have demonstrated itself to be pretty much of a delight to those with a turn for fantasy. The manner of its playing by Aherne and his colleagues be speaks more of an admiration for, than an indulgence toward, Sir James' judgment that people are wistful and funny. They conjec ture entertainingly with him on what a variety of humans—even as you and I—might be like if they had a second chance. It is not, of course, the usual thing one encounters in summer theater. It may even be that it is offered on the theory that a lot of drama lovers are weary of the usual thing in summer theater. Far less commendable logic has been visible in the selection of Plays. * * * * “Dear Brutus,” which antedates yesterday and indicates man has had a continuity that goes back further than even Sir James M. Barrie, is an innocent-hearted play. Its modest author in nowise fancied he was revealing a new truth to the world. In his pleasant way, he simply grew impatient one day .with people wishing they had a second chance. He wrote “Dear Brutus” to convince a few of them that they would repeat their original follies and that these were superior to their dreams of “might have been.” This kind of mental exercise is not fashionable among contempo rary dramatists, but Sir Ames was good at it. He dreamed up a magic forest into which he could send people and where they could life for a while with THEIR dreams. They could have a go at whatever it was they would do if they had an other chance. After having given that a whirl, they could come out of the woods and take another look at existence and see what was needed to make it better. Naturally, this is most unlikely in real life but this may well be one of the things that most seri ously needs correction. * * * * Being a disciplined playwright as well as a generous one, Sir James limited himself in the num ber of characters he would like to t*6t on his “might have been” theory. An artist himself, the author of “Dear Brutus” makes his prin cipal figure a fellow creature; in this instance a painter. These are the finest dreamers, as Actor Aherne amply proves, but the others are quite reasonably chosen. They are a man who thinks of himself as being misunderstood instead of being the philander he is; the artist’s old model who be AMUSEMENTS. « LAST 2 DATS “FAITH OF OUR FATHERS” Paul Green's Symphonic Drama, With Lawrence Ryle as George Weshingten, anil cast of 150 IISQUICENTEN NIAL Amphitheatre IMi St. w Colorado Ave. N.W. 8:30 Nightly, exc. Mon. 4,000 SEATS Prioes: .90 — 1.80 — 2.40 Bex Office: TAylor 1175 NATIONAL SYMPHONY announce* It* Twentieth Season 1950-51 HOWARD MITCHELL, Conductor Opening Concert WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25 S0—WEDNESDAYS—*0 S Eerie*—Odd and Even 10 Concert* Each 6 Sunday Concorl* at 4 PM loginning NOVEMBER 24 MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS 1SOW! Symphony Box Office—Kltt’s, 1330 G Street N.W. NA. 7333 s Added Attraction: cH«hLlt _ ^ARKER WITHSTRj NGS \ SNdT L SUA^Tm / A Music Store and Super Musk / |T"“^ Stores. 1.30-2.00-2.S0-3.60 f ^k inct. tax. Mail orders accepted new I at Bex Office. Enclose self addressed stamped envelope. ■* came his wife and wishes she had married her rich suitor instead; a coquettish spinster; a butler who practices burglary as an avocation; a haughty dame who really has a yen for masterful men regardless of social class, and a dull husband convinced that he would be Pan himself were he not tied to an elderly clinging wife. With the exception of the pain ter chap, and tne ex-model. Sir James has treated his gallery of dreamers as sheer comedy charac ters. Aherne’s man, and his wife played by Miss Craig, are the wistful figures in "Dear Brutus.” What they discover in the magic forest is that both art and mar riage failed for them when they neglected to have a girl child like the one they net in their dreams. * * * * As all Barrie plays do. “Dear Brutus” is a rich illustration of all actors’ fondness for Sir James. Aherne has an obviously splendid time probing the frustration of his career and marriage. His artist is a gentle, wistful, humorous figure but a man for all that; a man quite like the late Leslie Howard. Miss Craig, an invariably fine actress, makes him a fine wife in the Olney’s next-to-last play of the season. There is a fire in her dream, a raging thing that might have burned down the magic for est had it not found there a quenching stream of unselfishness. Agent of this transformation is the dream child met by the frus trated pair, a personified “might have been” played pertly by Car lotta Sherwood. The best of the comedy portraits are those created by Harry Ellerbe as the philandering young hus band; John C. Becher as the would-be roaring bachelor, and Dorotha Duckworth as the philan derer’s wise and forgiving wife. Joan Wetmore, Ralph Sumpter, Mary Haynsworth, and Harry Sothern round out a cast of ob viously enthusiastic Barrie fans. Between them all, the perform ers manage to keep S. Syrjala from stealing the show with the two settings he has created for “Dear Brutus.” The Olney’s ace designer has fairly outdone him self this week, a job that any Ol neyite knows to be virtually im possible. AMUSEMENTS. MGM presents' FRED RED ASTAIRE • SKELTON »*( mi*** TECHNICOLOR NEW GAYETY "«*TS NA. 1586-7 NOW ONE WEEK ONLY BEG. SEPT. 18 CELESTE HOLM. Affairs of State A Mew Cemerfr k, LOWS VERNIUIl REGINALD IARBARA SHEPPERD OWEN O’NEIL ~d STRUDWKX Prices (inci. tea) — Orch.. 3.60. Bale.. 3.00, 2.40. 1.80. 2nd Bale., 1.30. Wed. mat.. Oreh., 2.40. Bale.. 1.80. 2nd bale., 1.20. Sat. mat., ereh.. 3.00. Bale., 2.40. 1.80 2nd bale., 1.20. Spanish Onion 'Madness of Love' Brings Intrigue To the Plaza •MADNESS OF LOVE,” a Cilesa pro duction. directed by Juan De Orduna. screenplay by Manuel Tamayo Y Baus. At the Plasa. THE CA8T. Dona Juana the Mad_Aurora Bautista Don Felipe, the Handsome Fernando Rey Aldara __Bara Montlel Capt. Don Alvar --Jorge Mistral Don Piliberto de Vere_Jesus Tordesillas Don Juan Manuel_ Manuel Luna Admiral __Juan Espantaleon Charles 1st_Ricardo Acero Dona Elvira_Marla Canete Marllano_ - -Manuel Arbo Inn Keeper__Felix Fernandez Chlevres___Arturo Marin Noble _Luis Pena Banchez Hernan_Conrado B. Martin By Horry MacArthur Aurora Bautista, who is de scribed by her friends and press agents as the first lady of the Spanish stage, has a role worthy of her eminence in “Madness of Love,” which turned up yesterday to confront Plaza Theater audi ences. "Madness of Love” has the air of an epic about it and im pressively purports to be a slice of 15th century Spanish history, a claim which will get it no argu ments around here, where less is known about Spanish history than about almost anything. Miss Bau tista.has chosen to make her mo tion picture debut playing a Span ish queen who won the title of Dona Juana the Mad and she goes to great lengths to show how this came about. The Spanish movie industry, you may as well know right away, has discovered the flashback and is not above using it. A young King named Don Carlos turns up at his mother's castle, is startled to find her off her rocker and then is told by an old royal re tainer how it all happened, this new King of Spain apparently not knowing any more about Spanish history than some other people. It takes the loyal Captain Don Al var nearly two hours to bring Don Carlos up to date, as things work out in the Plaza’s film, but he can hardly be blamed. There was in trigue what was intrigue back in those days. The first flashback—if you’ll just sit quietly we’ll try to work this thing out—finds Dona Juana far from mad. She is happily married to Don Felipe the Hand Jordan Named Area's Field Scout Executive Ralph W. Jordan, jr., will be come field scout executive in the National Capital Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, effec tive October 1. He occupies a similar post at present in the Tidewater Council, Norfolk, Va. Mr. Jordan replaces Jay Willett, who resigned in July to accept the scout executiveship of Lancaster County (Pa.) Council. some, who is the Duke or some thing of Flanders. She goes to him one day to tell him her moth er 1u5t died, which makes her the Queen of Castille and he js the King only she finds him dallying with a Flanders moll and she is distressed. Got it so far? Okay. Everyone goes to Spain, including a party named Don Filberto de Vere, a villian who plays the King and Queen against each other and is a leader in the plot to tell every body that Dona Juana is mad so often that everybody finally be lieves it, including Dona Juana. Now, let’s see. Dona Juana is in love with Don Felipe and he seems to be in love with a Morrish girl named Aldara, whom he has in stalled as a lady-in-waiting to his wife. Complicated? Hah! Aldara is madly in love with Captain Don Alvar, who is madly in love with Dona Juana. And Aldara is the daughter of a Moorish king and has vowed vengeance on all royal Spaniards, especially Dona Juana. How this has missed—if it has— being turned into an opera (mu sical or soap) would be difficult to explain. It certainly is a lot of pompous nonsense. Still it gives Miss Bautista full opportunity to demonstrate that she can erude anguish in the same league with Joan Crawford and Barbara Stan wyck and Barbara’s and Joan’s admirers might like to watch a Spanish-type sufferer endure the most beautiful madness of all, the madness of love. The ^Plaza’s new film makes it apparent that the motion picture industry in Spain operates in a different climate from that which nurtures creative work in nearby Italy. “Madness of Love” is hand somely photographed, acted well enough and obviously made with loving and lavish care by Director Juan de Orduna. And it is a great big, impressive, crashing bore. IwRKO KEITH’S OKU 10:45 A.M. W ,5TH AT 6 ! starring PAUL HENREID w»tti CATHERINE McLEOD GRACE COPP1N CECIL CLQVELLY and introducing ANNE FRANCIS ROSITA MORENO • ANNE IACKSON . ENIO PUIVER Produced by Edward J. Daruiger and Harry tee Daruiger Directed by Bernard Vortiaus- Story and Screenplay by Jean Rouverol and Bernard Vorhaus . Released thru United Artists "i BRtKX CABCfT-JACK tORKWOOD htbuet by OxkM by ROBERT L WEIGH • GEORGE MARSHALL Rniutltj by Ummi HmImm M Mot O'tnw M ««I fcr h»7 Lm mm I POLoi *n»£5RV 1 / Ci*r00n / I Hollywood tow” [ *• <» *. MlHr| I I Ends Today - PALACE -Tyrone POWER* Orson WELLES “THE SLACK ROSE" Technicolor ---j---;-* IAMUSEMENTS. Now Pl»rlnr thru Sun., Sept. 17 Richard Skinner & Evelyn Freyman PRESENT IN BARRIE'S ROMANTIC COMEDY "DEAR BRUTUS' _ With HELEN CRAIG. HARRY ELLERBE MATS., 7:40 Sat., Sun. EVES., S:4fl except Mon. Ticket! JORDAN’S, 13th & G, RE. ISIS 4th RECORD WEEK DESTINATION i AMUSEMENTS. rj.i ■ 11 v ■ .riFHR t i Starts TOMORROW FIRST TIME SHOWN IN WASHINGTON RANDOLPH SCOTT 'Cariboo IAST \ DORIS DAY TIMES > CORDON MarRAE TODAY) Tea For Two COMFORTABLY COOL AIR CONOITtOWIO ^MBPPPPPPWPk I NOW Open 10:45 | Get on the melody bandwagon! I Judy and Gene I dARUND 'M li in M'G-M s KB ________ ...challenges your own ability to experience the emotions of others' Derry! F. Zenuc'. presents RICHARD WlDMARK • LINDA DARNELL • STEPHEN McNAllY in NO WAY OUT with Sidney Poitier • Mildred Joenne Smith • Harry Bellaver • Stanley Ridges • Dots Johnson • Produced by DARRYL F. ZANUCK-Directed by JOSEPH L^IANKIEWICZ- Written by Joseph L.Mankiewiez end lesser Samuels DOORS OPEN 10:30 STARTS ■ air conditioned TODAY •: ___- te&>***LA. ■i-ftk-.w*'.-.'.. V. /_ - Jl | " AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. Greatest Picture I to Hit Washington NOW SHOWING SUNSET BOULEVARD A Hollywood Story... GLORIA SWANSON WILLIAM HOLDEN a* Norma Dotmond at Young Joa Gillit ERICH von STROHEIM at Max von MayaHing WARNER AMBASSADOR Starts 11A.M. Starts 1 P.M. TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES rrari r jim p» av*. n.w. «*. out Irlfllalafc Alr Conditioned DANA ANDREWS. GENE TIERNEY In "WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS." at 8. 7:65. 9:61). FAIRFAX THEATER & "INTRUDER IN THE DUST.” DAVID BRIAN. CLAUDE JARMAN, JR. E. M. LOEW’S MT. VERNON OPEN AIR DRIVE-IN Rt. 1, 3 Mi. So. of Alex., AL. 7050 Open 7 DST. Start* 8:10! MICHAEL DUANE in "WOMAN FROM TANGIER." at 8:15. Plus PAUL DOUGLAS. JEAN PETERS. KEENAN WYNN In "LOVE THAT BRUTE." with JOAN DAVIS. Shown at 8:45. (Friday. Saturday. "SO PROUDLY WE HAIL,, and JOHN WAYNE in "BLUE STEEL.") GEEENBELT Oreenbelt, Md. .OK MM ROBERT TAYLOR. ELIZABETH TAYLOR. "THE CONSPIRATOR." GEORGETOWN ^a^Tsioo A Stirring Drama By the Director of "Brief Encounter.” "ONE_WOMAN’S STORY.” Directed by DAVID LEAN. Starring ANN TODD. CLAUDE RAINS. TREVOR HOWARD. C ARM Ilf A 11th and N. C. A VO. S.E. VJUSVhtnn Air Cond. LI. 3-4471 MAUREEN O’HARA In "COMANCHE TER RITORY”: JOSEPH COTTON in "I’LL BE SEEING YOU." STAWTflK V*"1 and C St*. N.E. Minn sun \Air Cond.—u. 4-w6« INGRID BERGMAN in "8TROMBOLI”; VIRGINIA MAYO In “BACKFIRE.” SUNSET DRIVE D! JLU Bet. Columbia Pike and Shirley Hwy. Open 7:15. Starts 8 P.M. Today Only. CARY GRANT. INGRID BERGMAN In "NOTORIOUS.” at 9:45. plu* MADE LEINE CARROLL. JEANNE CRAIN in "THE FAN.” at 8. *1.00 Plua Tag a Cartull. ^_ LOUIS Biu^ S % td Healthfully Air C»n«IM«n»4. THE VILLAGE Tt^.& DANA ANDREWS. GENE TIERNEY in "WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS." at 6, 7:52, 9:44.__ MEWTOH n,h 4 H t FRED ASTAIRE, RED SKELTON In "THREE LITTLE WORDS,” at 6, 7:80. 9:42 (Technicolor). JEM nUTEB Phene DC S8S1 PAT O’BRIEN. RUTH HUSSEY in "MARINE RAIDERS." at 6:21. 9:2a WANDA HENDRIX, AUDIE MURPHY In ’’SIERRA” (Technicolor) at 7:54, the vntNAN 1707 Mf- v#,n®* NEW Ave A lea., Va. 1 Sleek From Preildential Gardens Phone A Lei 2424. HEDY LAMARR, JOHN HODIAK In "THE LADY WITHOUT PASSPORT,’ at 6:10. 7:80, 9:30. ACADEMY ESTHER WILLIAMS, VAN JOHNSON SOTS. GLENN FORD VALLI, “WHITE TOWER” (Techni color). at 7:41. _ Alexandria—AHiaftoa, Va. InfarmatiaB. Fhaaa A Lax. MM Omi *733 King W. AIm. 3443 W** Parking Spot* JAMES CAGNEY. BARBARA PEY TON. ‘‘KISS TOMORROW GOOD BYE.”_ VIRGINIA * DENNIS MORGAN. BETSY DRAKE In "PRETTY BABY.’’ CENTRE Foirllngtan. Va. Tl. 1000 ARP* mDMAR^^GEN^TTIERNEYH SHIRLINGTON ^HnEatWsTrB^riBc°^rd^iBcEkReT —SIDNEY LOST THEATERS— nnrar ill yir*—a min. p°h yniYL-in 0 of m«i.-tow« sboo Open 7 P.M. Free Dancing Under the Stars at Opening and Intermission! Last day. DANA ANDREWS. GENE TIERNEY In “WHERE THE 8IDE WALK ENDS," at 8. 10:10._ Bl'TUl'tnH Wn. Ave. A l.-W. Hwy DblDLSUH wi. 2168-9636 Free Parking. Air Conditioned. Today tomor.. FRED ASTAIRE. RED SKEL TON. VERA ELLEN In "THREE LIT TLE WORDS" (Technicolor) at 6:15. 8:04. 9:68. Friday: All Family Showl “ROCK ISLAND TRAIL.” plus cartoon show with TOM & JERRY. POPEYE, PLUTO. MIGHTY MOUSE, etc. TIERS MILL v,^M5.2V6,il6OB# Free Parking. Air Conditioned. Last Day. "DANA ANDREWS. GENE TIER NEY In "WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS.” at 6:16, 8:08, 10:01._ MIT A Rockville, Md. Rockville 2434 fU“U Free Parkins. Air Conditioned Last Day. DIANA LYNN. CHARLES COBURN In “PEGGY” (Tecnnlcolor) at 7:35, 9:30. AAITTWUW A Mich. Avea. WA. 8899 Free Parking. Air Conditioned. Last Day. DANA ANDREWS. GENE TIER NEY in "WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS." at 6:15, 8:05, 9:55. HYATTS YILLE iynttiville, Md. I Hyatts. 0662. Free Parking. Air Conditioned. Last Day. FRED AS TAIRE. RED SKELTON, VERA EL LEN In "THREE LITTLE WORDS" (Technicolor) at 7, 9:25. mm mi T Defense Highway VnATUUsI at Icndover Rd.. Md. UN. 0100. Free Parking. Air Con ditioned. Last Day. FRED A8TAIRE. RED SKELTON. VERA ELLEN In "THREE LITTLE WORDS” (Technl color) at 7:02, 9:30. MARLBORO Md' Last Day. DIANA LYNN.' CHARLES COBURN In "PEGGY” (Technicolor) at 7:31. 9:19. Friday. All Comedy Showl Featuring OUR GANG. THREE STOOGES. JOE McDOAKES, PLUTO. LAUREL & HARDY. DONALD DUCK. TOM & JERRY. POPEYE. MIGHTY MOUSE, etc. HISEHBETHESD A 74,V?U~ Air Conditioned. Lost Day! Walt Disney's “TREASURE ISLAND” Technicolor. At 2. 3:50. 5:45, 7:45. 0:45. Extra! 15 Minutes of Disney Cartoons. Clllf II 2401 Ml. Vernon Avo. HUUslf Afexondrio, Vo. OV. 3560 Air Conditioned E RAINS. TREVOR HOWARD, ODD in "ONE WOMAN'S STORY." 0 and 9:26 p.m. Based on H. O. "The Passionate Friends.” WARNER BROS. THEATBS Theaters Marked • Air Conditioned Tor Information Phone REpubHo till. ‘AMBASSADOR son. William I Holden In "8unset Boulevard," at 1:10. .1:15. 5:20. 7:25, 9:35. • anal nil Robert Donat ln "The AYALUn Winslow Boy," at 8, 7:50, 9:45. • A VP CRAUR Double Feature: .AY Cl. UltAHU Joan Crawford "The Damned Don't Cry.” 6:15. 8:40. "The Great Jewel Robber," 8:10, • nrvrni V Double Feature: DLTL.nL I Maria Montes in "Raiders ln the Desert," at 2:25. 5:25. 8:26, Humphrey Bogart in "In a Lonely Place," at 3:30, 6:25, 9:25. •CAUERT ‘KENNEDY •SHEBIDAN Where the Sidewalk Ends," at 2, S:65, ’ 6:55, 7:55, 9:55,_ ‘ CENTRA! Double Feature: 1 ““ Broderick Crawford Capetown." at 11, 2. 5:10, 8,20. Barbara Stanwyck In "No Man of Her Own." at 12:15. 3:20, 6:30, 9:40. • COLONY r 1 Lancaster 1 n UUIsUn I "Flame and the Ar row,” at 6:15, 7:55. 9:40.__ HOME Margaret Sullivan ln "No Sad Sont* Ior “ rPfNN^TIVOLI ‘ UPTOWN Ph*na=Andr*,fs'-°;ne Tierney. "Where ‘hCs Sidewalk Ends." 1. 3:10, 5:16, • VKVnV Double Feature: Gary ..“**.!** ..Cooper in "Bright Leaf," at 6, 9:25. "Barricade." at 8:10. ‘ SECO P°uble Feature: Robert Tay „.S“* l°t In “Conspirator.” at dert°lne9"46»t 8 MacMurray in "Bor ‘ SILVER D.»°» Andrews, Gene Jn "Where the :d5 Hofcd,; at 11 3;05> 6:2° ‘ TAKOM A Double Feature: Rich I nnui'lH ard Carlson in "Behind Locked Doors.” at 6:20. 8:55. Hedy Lamarr in "Lady Without a Passport." at 7:25, 10. • VARR Double Feature: Humphrey lUltD Bogart in "In a Lonely Place," at 6:40, 9:40. Marie Montez ln "Raiders in the Desert," at 8:15. ' "" . 1 i K B THEATERS kPPf 4*13 Man. A»«. N.W. '“tA WO. 4*00 Two of the Pictures You Requested Most. "THE UNFINISHED DANCE." with MARGARET O’BRIEN end SYD CHARIS8E, 1:16. 4:45. 8:20. Plus "IF WINTER COMES.” with WAL TER PIDGEON. DEBORAH KERR, 2:55. 6:25, 10, ATLAS 1331 H St. N.E. AT. (300 CARY GRANT. “CRISIS." Also “TIGHT LITTLE ISLAND." PI nWPB Finer Branch Rd. and rieUffMB Flower Ave. JU. 7-7017 P,4S4„4N£SEW8 GENE TIERNEY. "WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS.’1 2:40, 5:05. 7:30. 9:50. Plus Welt Disney’s "BEAVER VALLEY” in Technicolor, 2:10. 4:30. 6:55, 9:20. senator srvr»s.%£r FRED ASTAIRE. RED SKELTON. “THREE LITTLE WORDS." 2. 4, 5:45. 7:45. 9:45._ NAYLOR 33th * Alabama Are. B.I. nniiiva V| 4000 DANA ANDREWS. GENE TIERNEY, “WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS ’1 2:40, 5:02. 7:25. 9:50. Plus Welt Disney’s “BEAVER VALLEY" in Technicolor. MacARTHUR J-.'SMS Doors Open 6:15. DANA ANDREWS. GENE TIERNEY in “WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS.” et 7:20. 9:45. Plus Walt Disney’s "BEAVER VAL LEY.” in Technicolor, et 6:45. 9:15. Fair lawn Amasemeai Co. AIR-CONDITIONED HIGHLAND 2533 '■ A*»- •« WHMIflH IU. 4-7311 BOBBY DRISCOLL In Walt Disney'* “TREASURE ISLAND," In Technicolor, at 7:05. 9:.15: Plus “BEAVER VAL LEY." at 6:35, 9:05; Also 2 Disney Cartoons! ATLANTIC NithosY*£ DANA ANDREW8. GENE TIERNEY In "WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS," at 6:15. 8. 9:50. FAIHLAWNmjGEd'£&S4,t Double Feature, SPENCER TRACY In “EDWARD MY SON.” at 6:20. 8:35. JOHN GARFIELD in "FORCE OF EVIL." at 8:10. CONGRESS s,JSc5!&r,x JAMES STEWART. SHELLEY WIN TERS. DAN DURYEA In "WINCHES TER ■73." at 6:15, 7:55, 9:40, ANACOSTIA 3? FRED ASTAIRE. RED 8KELTON. AR LENE DAHL. VERA ELLEN In "THREE LITTLE WORDS.” In Technicolor, at 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15. 9:15. rnC AI Marlboro 81k* at Dlst. lino IrlRLAL H| 51J, Pr„ Parfci DANA ANDREWS. GENE TIERNEY In “WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS." at 6:15, 7:55, 9:40. LAUREL lour,l>Md WlUIUHl Laurel nj DENNIS MORGAN. BETSY DRAKE EDMUND GWENN In “PRETTY BABY."__ CAPITOL Capitol Heights, AM. vnriiwii H, 474Q BURT LANCASTER. VIRGINIA MAYO in "THE FLAME AND THE ARROW," in Technicolor, at 6:25, 8:06. 9:45. ArHagtoa-FalU Church, Va. IthnullM. rfcw Mtwl MM PfETP lkADY WITHOUT PA8S SlAIL PORT.” HEDY LAMARR. JOHN HODIAK._ ^ I PP "HOW GREEN WAS MY VAL LLL LEY." WALTER PIDOEON. RODDY McDOWELL. ARLINGTON DISNEY with BOBBY DRISCOLL WII CAN L'EP SAD SONGS FOR NlLSUff ME.” MARGARET SUL LA VAN, WENDELL COREY ecurnN -command de zsFszrjoSsgssr clark oa BUCKINGHAM iIlraVd^ WALT DISNEY, with BOBBY DRIB COLL. CLEBE BVUn "THREE LITTLE WORDS." DllUl FRED ASTAIRE. RED SKELTON. irrrracnti"Three little JLI I Ltiaun WORDS" FRED ASTAIRE. RED SKELTON.