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Drama News and Reviews
Stage Door Canteen Query
Gets a Negative Answer
By Joy Carmody
What with everything being reactivated, including the profiteer
ing impulse here and there, the question of the Stage Door Canteen
naturally arises . . . The answer is that the American Theater Wing
has no intention at present to revive its greatest wartime attraction
. . . Later perhaps. , . . The Wing’s hospital work, however, grows
steadily heavier and the search for hospital entertainers more intense
... All kinds of these—actors,
dancers, musicians, etc. — are
wanted and auditions will be held
both Wednesday and Thursday
night* this week at Wing head
quarters. 2020 Massachusetts ave
nue N.W. . . . The hour is 8 p.m.
The Wing, incidentally, has a
hangover duty from the last war
. . . That is to put a commemora
tive placque on the Belasco The
ater building, headquarters of the
local Canteen during the war
years. ... It will be done, cere
monidusly and with Helen Hayes
probably presiding, some time this
fall.
* * * *
It is all settled now . . . Olivia
de Havilland will do “Romeo and
Juliet” on Broadway this season
. . . Dwight Deere Wiman will be
the producer ... It will be Miss
de Havilland’s first Broadway ap
pearance ... No Hollywood girl
could come East with a sounder
promise of boxoffice popularity.
. . . Jose Ferrer’s lecture on
“Cyrano de Bergerac” at Wood
row Wilson High School tomorrow
is a stop on an 11-city tour. . . .
Lecturer Ferrer, like Actor Ferrer,
has delighted his audiences every
where. . . . Incidentally, Ferrer’s
“Cyrano” producer, Stanley
Kramer, says producing the Ros
tand play was a "must” on his
schedule ... He is surprised that
It was not done by someone else
with an earlier chance.
Fireside Theater, the drama’s
book-of-the-month club with 10,
000 subscribers, has chosen Joshua
Logan’s “The Wisteria Trees” as
its September play . . . New York’s
big opening tonight is “Daphne
Laureola,” starring Dame Edith
Evans, who delighted Washington
moviegoers recently in the title
role of “The Woman of Dolwyn.”
. . . Associated in the production
of the James Bridie comedy are
Leland Hayward, Herman Shum
lin and Laurence Olivier ... It
was a last year London hit. . . .
There will be no advance in price
for opening night, a decency that
is rather sweeping Broadway this
season . . . Fact is, one producer
* ! ■ ■ 11 f
Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
and Time of Showing
Ambassador — “Sunset Boule
vard”: 1:10, 3:15, 5:20, 7:25 and
9:35 p m.
Capitol — “Summer Stock”; 11
a.m., 1:45, 4:30, 7:15, 10 p.m.
Stage show, 12:55, 3:40, 6:25 and
9:10 p.m.
Columbia—"The Black Rose”;
10:30 a.m., 12:45, 3, 5:20, 7:35 and
9:55 p.m.
Dupont—“Holy Year 1950”; 1,
3:20, 5:45, 8:10 and 10:35 pjn.
Keith's—“So Young, So Bad”;
11:40 a.m., 1:35, 3:30, 5:30, 7:40
and 9:45 p.m.
Little —“Cinderella”; 12, 1:30,
3:15, 4:55, 6:40, 8:25 and 10:10
p.m
Metropolitan—“Cariboo Trail”:
11:40 a.m., 1:40, 3:45, 5:45, 7:45
and 9:50 p.m.
National — “Kind Hearts and
Coronets”; 11:05 a.m., 12:55, 2!45,
4:35 6:25, 8:15 and 10:05 p.m.
Palace—‘ ‘Fancy Pants”; 11:15
a.m„ 1:20, 3:30, 5:35, 7:40 and
9:45 p.m.
Playhouse — “No Way Out”;
11:15 a.m., 1:15, 3:20, 5:25! 7:30
and 9:40 p.m.
Plaza — "Madness of Love”:
11 am., 1, 3:05, 5:10, 7:15, 9:20
and 11:10 p.m.
Trans-Lux — “Destination
Moon”; 11:05 a.m., 12:50, 2:40,
4:35, 6:25, 8:15 and 10:05 p.m.
Warner — "Sunset Boulevard”;
11:15 a.m., 1:15, 3:15, 5:20, 7:20
and 9:40 p.m.
made refunds when he found a
mistake in opening night ticket
prices . . . What a fine universal
trend that would make.
* * * *
Margot Jones’ production
"Southern Exposure” by Owen
Crump has already been tested
for Southern reaction. . . . The
satire by Owen Crump was the
hit of Miss Jones’ Dallas thea
ter season last year. . . . The
comedy which stars Cameron
Mitchell and Betty Green Little
will open September 26 at the
Biltmore Theater in New York
. Margaret Lindsay, who will
appear with Franchot Tone in
"The Second Man” at Olney to
morrow night is an old part-time
Washingtonian. . . . She was edu
cated here at National Park Semi
nary, formerly a highly fashion
able center for the younger set
at Forest Glen, Md. ... As to
the play which closes the Olney’s
season next Sunday, there are
S. N. Behrman fans who think
the master never wrote a blither
comedy.
It is only officially, so to speak,
that Olney will close next week
. . . The theater has been leased
for an additional week by the
regular management for an orig
inal musical comedy of local
origin, “Ashiepattie and the Prin
cess.” ... It is the work of
Charlotte Smith and Ellen Dalton.
. . . September 26 is the date and
there will be eight performances,
including two matinees. . . .
Also original and local in au
thorship is “Hung Jury Fury,” a
one-acter with the American Bar
Association, no less, as co-pro
ducer . . . The play by Dr. Seve
rino Montano, head of American
University’s drama department,
will be presented tomorrow morn
ing at 10:30 in the courtroom of
the Court of Appeals. ... It is
a feature of the American Bar
Association convention. . . . Dr.
Montano’s theme is the American
jury process and his treatment of
it is in comedy vein.
* * * *
The Shurberts’ first production
of the new Broadway season will
be a Frederick Lonsdale comedy,
'The Day After Tomorrow,” star
ring Beatrice Pearson and Mel
ville Cooper. ... It will open
October 6 in Princeton, reach
Broadway October 26 at the
Booth Theater. . . . Speaking of
new plays, there will be room
for only 17 of them in the early
part of the season. . . . Broad
way’s other 13 theaters already
are occupied by durable tenants.
. . . The Federal Government’s
book, “The Effects of the Atomic
Bomb,” will become a movie
script. . . . Mitchell Films is
adapting it under the title “What
To Do When the Bombs Come.”
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CINEMA CYRANO—Jose Fer
rer who plays the title role in
Stanley Kramer’s film version
of “Cyrano de Bergerac’’ will
be a busy Washington visitor
today. Highlight of his pro
gram will be a talk on the
Rostand play at , Woodrow
Wilson high school.
. . . The picture will be distributed
on a non-profit basis.
Location shooting lures more
and more camera crews and casts
out of Hollywood. ... “I Can
Get It for You Wholesale” will
be shot in New York, than which
nothing could be more logical.
. . . The Westport, Conn., tryout
of “The Amazing Adele” with
Ruth Gordon has convinced the
sponsors that the farce should be
on Broadway. ... A theater is
being sought. . . . Look for a
new comedy by Clare Boothe Luce
this season. . . . The script, “Love
Is a Verb,” is in the hands of
Barbara Payne with production
plans moving forward. . . . Film
Boipbshell Yvonne de Carlo will
not appear in the Broadway pro
duction of “Springboard to No
where.” . . . Her film bosses had
other ideas for Yvonne.
Hollywood Diary
Actor Mitchum Turns Author,
His Screen Script Is Sad
.By Sheilah Graham -..
HOLLYWOOD.
Robert Mitchum has turned
author! He will write his next
movie. "This is my own idea of
a modern farmhand and a horse
of today,’’ Bob explains. "The
guy makes 40 bucks a month. He
competes at every rodeo to make
enough to buy his own ranch.
First time out he breaks a leg.”
You take it from there.
Jane Russell, by order of Boss
Howard Hughes, will sing in every
picture she makes. Jane is much
thinner.
Elizabeth Taylor and Nicky
Hilton, back in town, are renting
the home of Nicky’s brother, Bar
ron, for 30 days while their suite
at the Bel Air is redecorated.
Barron is a good businessman like
all the Hiltons. He paid $50,000
for the home that used to belong
to Jessica Tandy and Hume Cro
nyn. Now he charges his brother
and sister-in-law 6 per cent inter
est on his investment!
* * * *
Mrs. Jolie Gabor, looking as
young as her daughters, replies
to my compliment "Now I see
where they get their charm from”
with "I get mine from them.”
Joan Bennett and I have a long
discussion about children and her
next movie, "Father’s Little Divi
dend.” “The script,” Joan tells
me, “is even better than 'Father
of the Bride’.” Joan is my nom
ination for the most beautiful
grandmother in the world.
Ann Sheridan goes to Boston
next month to kick off the pub
licity for her picture, "Woman on
the Run.” “I hope you have a
share of the profits?” I tell Annie.
“I certainly do,” she replies.
Don’t be surprised if Glenn
Ford plays the priest in Clarence
Brown’s picture, "When in Rome.”
It would be something new in
roles for Glenn.
* * * *
Gregory Peck is flying in Henry
King's plane to New Mexico and
Arizona to scout locations for
their picture, “David and Bath
sheba” How about casting Hedy
Lamarr for Bathsheba?
Hedy very nearly bagged the
lead with Danny Kaye in “On the
Riviera” but she refused to share
equal billing with Corinne Calvet.
Corinne’s contract with Hal Wallis
says she must always get star bill
ing. Hedy said, “No.” So Corinne
is in the picture, Hedy isn’t.
Joan Fontaine has a sense of
humor. She kept on smiling even
though live different guests at her
party for Constance Moore mis
took her for the guest of honor,
and gushed, “I thought your sing
ing was wonderful” "Thank you,”
said Joan, with a straight pan.
* * * * ,
Robert Ryan gives me the news
that a stage coach ran over him
on location with “Best of the Bad
Men.” "This is really a Jonah
picture. Jack Buetel sprained his
ankle on the first day back in
Hollywood. And in my fight with
Bob Preston I hurt my back and
eye.” Ryan goes up into the air
for his next movie, “The Flying
Leatherneck.”
Rita Hayworth has drawn out
all her profits from “Loves of Car
men,” her last Hollywood picture.
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*arWq»a**
TIVOLI Charles Coburn. Diana
Lynn in "Peggy," at
1:40. 3:40, 6:40, 7:40, 9:40.
• VflRV Double Feature. James
IUnn Stewart in "Winchester
.73." at 6:20, 9:40. Paul Douglas ln
"Love That Brute.” at 7:50.
|| KB THEATERS
iprv 4013 Mon. Ave. N.W.
"Tlw wo. 4400
First Uptown Showing. "KIND
HEARTS AND CORONETS” with
ALEC GUINNESS. Star of the Broad
way Hit. "THE COCKTAIL PARTY."
1:35, 3:30, 5:35. 7:40. 9:40.
ATLAS 1331 H St. N.E. .AT. 1300
ESTHER WILLIAMS. VAN JOHNSON
in DUCHESS OF IDAHO” In Tech
nicolor. plus ROY ROGERS, "TRIG
GER JR.” in color.
FI HUT FIT Piney Branch ltd. and
ritUffMl Flower Ave. JU. 7-7017
DIANA LYNN, CHARLES COBURN
in "PEGGY" in Technicolor at 2:00,
4:00, 6:00. 8:00, 10:00.
(nUTOR Minn. Ava. at Banning
•UIA1UB *d N.| tu 4.2400
Show Starts 6:15. 3_Big Hits.
GARY COOPER. PAULETTE GOD
DARD in "UNCONQUERED” in Tech
nicolor at 8:03. BOB HOPE, ‘ PALE.
FACE.” at 6:15, 10:35.
NAYLOR5l8,h * Avf^£ooAv*',J*
Doors Open 6:1 B. PAUL DOUQLES.
JOAN DAVIS, "LOVE THAT BRUTE”
at 6:40, 9:55. plus CLIFTON WEBB.
MYRNA LOY, "CHEAPER BY THE
DOZEN,” at 8:30.
NacABTBUB *"‘SA2S
Doors Open 6:15. DI It,’
CHARLES COBURN in "PEO?nn 1
Technicolor at 6:30, 8:05, 10.00- _
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Fairlawn Amasamani Ca.
AIR-CONDITIONED
HIGHLAND 2533 JfJSn “
DIANA LYNN. CHARLES COBURN.
CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD. "PEGGY”
■ Technicolor) at 6:16. 8:05, 9:66.
ATLANTIC Nich°s,.Ajo 3-3000"'"*
RICHARD WIDMARK and GENE TIER
NEY in "NIGHT AND THE CITY,” at
6:16, 8:00. 9:50.
FAIRLAWN 1342 VW*1
Double Feature. RANDOLPH SCOTT
in “FIGHTING MAN OF THE PLAINS"
at 6:30. P:35. BETTY GRABLE in
“BEAUTIFUL BLONDE FROM BASH
FUL BEND.” at 8:00.
CONGRESS **
Walt Disney's "BEAVER VALLEY” at
6:25. 9:05. BOBBY DRISCOLL in
“TREASURE ISLAND” (Technicolor)
at 7:00. 9:36. plus 2 Disney Cartoons.
mCOSTIA
RICHARD WIDMARK and GENE TIER
NEY In “NIGHT AND THE CITY” at
1:20. 3:20, 5:20. 7:20, 9:20,
PAQR1 Marlboro Piko at Dlst. lino
IrUsUtls H| 5,ji. p,„ p,rkjn#.
EDMOND O'BRIEN in "711 OCEAN
DRIVE." at 7:00 and 9:30.
LAUREL
TYRONE POWER and CECILE AUBRY
in "THE BLACK ROSE" (Technicolor)
CAPITOL
Walt Disney's “BEAVER VALLEY” at
6:16, 8:50. “TREASURE ISLAND,” at
6:45, 9:25.
Alexandria—Aldington, Va
lAlormition. Phone ALex. 9000
REED 1733 Kln« *’• Al«- *44*
Parkins Spot#
JAMES STEWART. DEBRA PAGET
tn “BROKEN ARROW" In Ttchnicolor
VIRGINIA *
DORIS DAY, GORDON MftcRAE 1*
"TEA FOR TWO • In Technicolor,
CENTRE Pairllnftan, Va. ft IMS
“KISS TOMORROW GOODBYE."
JAMES CAGNEY, BARBARA PEYTON
SHIRLINGTON
WALT DISNEY'S N*w Featura,
“TREASURE ISLAND."

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