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Bookings for Gayety Take Sudden Turn for Better By Joy Carmody Before “The Barrier” fled the Gayety after tonight’s perform ance, canceling out the second week that had been booked, a sudden pall had fallen on bookings. . . . Nothing was in sight, indeed, until weeks hence. ... It was overnight that the situation changed with the announcement of “The Curious Savage” for the week of October 9. . . . And he Theater Guild's Restoration comedy, “The Relapse, or Virtue in Danger, suddenly set up for October 23. Behind this characteristic S:eight-of-L.md on the part of theater manai ements are two fac tors. . . One was Variety’s sum-up of the more than $22,000 business done by Celeste Holm’s “Affairs of State,” the other the non availability of theaters in New York. . . . The latter nec ssitates longer stays on the road of prior - to-Broadway productions. ... In spite of the closing of “The Bar rier” for lack of busk ess, Wash ington is regarded as a nice place to wait for a New York theater. * * + * Most nervous of “The Barrier” east at last Tuesday night’s open ing was the most experienced membev of the company, Law rence Tibbett. . . . Perfectionist Tibbett, fretful that he might for get the words accompanying his music, was offered a prompter. ... He chose instead to go it r ^ Give Your Child Security Start saving now for his future That little child of yours will grow up in a happier atmosphere when there are no money worries. You can save for a home, for his education and be prepared for any emergency — by building an insured savings account here. Save a* much at you can —at often at you can. N((RTHWE£HRN SAVINGS & LMOMN. 1337 G Street N.W. RE. 5262 Br. Tokomo Pk. r-V,.J r alone, a decision that fretted him. j. . . And left him a tired singer actor after a performance that was word perfect! Most dramatic coincidence of that opening was that centering ; in the paper which blazed up from Tibbett’s mis-aimed cigarette. . . . iThe lyric which Richard Dennis jwas singing—as he put out the fire with his hat and the supposed drink of whisky he held in his hand—was “Keep calm. Keep calm!” . . . Everybody did. most of all Actor-Singer Dennis, who rated a hand for his song that he probably always will remember. Incidentally, it was Tibbett who insisted upon Muriel Rahn being given equal billing with him as star of “The Barrier” before it opened . . . The original idea was that as such a well-known, long time Metropolitan baritone, he should be billed alone . . . Tibbett thought very much otherwise. * * * * It has been years since Flora Campbell, a singularly competent actress has been in Washington . . . She will be here, however, as a member of the cast of “The Curious Savage” ... Of the years between her appearances, both this department and Miss Camp bell can hope they have broken one of the worst jinxes in their mutual friendship ... So far this critic has never seen Miss Camp bell in a play he liked, no mat ter how much he liked her work . . . Miss Campbell is the sister of Beth Campbell who gave up a career with the Washington Bu reau of the Associated Press for marriage. Motion Picture Herald has just released its annual survey of ex hibitors’ choices of film “stars of tomorrow” . . . Heading the' list, nice irony, is the comedy team of Martin and Lewis whose tele vision satire on the movies, has infuriated the industry as noth ing in iears . . . Second choice is a much less controversial fel low' . . . This would be -William Holden whose "Sunset Boulevard” and other recent pictures have made him the top man in studio demand ... On the distaff side, the girl chosen most likely to sue i ... EVENING PANNING 4 O' ‘,^.„T0 CAPITAL GAHAGE 1320 N. Y. Av*. N.W. 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Bethesda, Md. 8101 Georgia Ave. 7623 Wisconsin Ave. ||||l 5555 lee Highway KE. 3-5670 ||| DOUBLE PORTION—Ann Sheridan, who hasn’t been seen too frequently in films recently, can be seen now in two of them at the Metropolitan—“Alcatraz Island” and “San Quentin.” ceed is Ruth Roman, who is in third place . . . Vera-Ellen and Joanne Dru are the other two girls among the first 10. Almost as amusing as the choice of Martin and Lewis, in another ironic way, is Dean Jagger who comes off in ninth place . . . Jag ger, a corking actor, has been in the movies so long that his first picture was the last silent film made . . . After 22 years, he gets the “stars of tomorrow” list for his performance in “12 O’clock High” . . . What other actor ever waited this long for; tomorrow? . . . Certainly none so highly regarded as Jagger has been all these years. * * * * It may be “South Pacific” that will bring Judy Garland to Broad way, after all . . . Mary Martin, it now is revealed, will leave the cast of her greatest hit next June . . , Her replacement will have to be a girl of the highest caliber and Miss Garland is regarded as just the girl . , . Whether she will care to w’ait that long for a Broad way show' and whether she would take a hand-me-down role, even the one in “South Pacific” are tw;o unanswered questions . . . Yet as heiresses apparently go, none has an equal glitter. * * * * Keith’s has proud plans for Oc tober which it intends shall be a month of good, solid business . . . Three films listed are “Born to Be Bad,” with Joan Fontaine; "Walk Softly, Stranger,” with Jo seph Cotten and Valli. and “Sad dle Tramp,” starring Joel McCrea and Wanda Hendrix . . . McCrea’s the tramp . . . “The Walls of Mal apaga,” will succeed “City Lights” on the Dupont screen . . . The picture stars Isa Miranda and Jean Gabin, performers whose work in European films has been brilliant . , . But neither of whom cut much of a swath in Holly wood . . . “The Storm Within.” the Cocteau film which opens next week at the Little, is a va riation of the theme which re stored France’s film prestige in “Devil In the Flesh” . . . Watch for Clark Gable to become that independent producer, a part-time one, that he always has intfcrded to be ... He always has wanted to direct movies and the com pany he is forming is a start that way. Hollywood Diary Paulette Goddard Honored By Mexico's Bullfighters -By Sheilah Graham -* i HOLLYWOOD. Paulette Goddard spent the week end in Tiajuana as the Mad rina (Queen) of the bullfighters— special guest of Torero Manuel Captillo, the famous bullfighter who fell for Paulette when he met her in Mexico while she was making “The Torch.” Manuel, this time, presented Paulette with the ears of his bull. Also the tail. Metro is making quiet plans to buy the new Ethel Merman stage hit, “Call Me Madam.” From a friend close to the play in Boston, I learn that Leo the lion’s Johnny Green is expected there to see the play and put in a bid for the screen rights for his bosses. Clark Gable is finally signing the deal with Metro for him to make one independent picture a year w'ith Z. Wayne Griffin. The first is going to be “Lone Star,” with Gable as a Rhett Butler character of the wide-open spaces at the time of the annexation of Texas. Clark is asking Howard Hughes for Jane Russell to be his girl. Phillip Dt>rn is Hollywood’s strongest believer in flying saucers. “Watch for them in January, February and March,” he warns me. “That is w'hen the air cur rents are right for the saucers to fly.” Phillip believes the little men in the saucers come from Mars. Gabriel Pascal is working on a deal to co-star Jean Simmons with her beau, Stewart Granger, in ‘Androcles and the Lion.” Noth ing would please the lovers more. * * * * Van Johnson hasn’t yet found a buyer for his $125,000 mansion in the Santa Monica canyon, al though he is settled in the Beverly Hills home. “We use the canyon place for week ends, grins Van on the “Go for Broke” set. His most recent picture, “Grounds for Marriage,” was a hit at the pre view* here. “Ahd I didn't want to make it. Actors should never be allowed to choose their own scripts,” says Van. The planes from Howard Hughes’ near-by airplanes plant are holding up production on Hughes’ picture, “Gaunt Woman.” They seem never to stop flying over the Pathe Studio in Culver City, where this picture is being made. Maybe H. H. the plane maker and H. H. the movie maker should get together. Victor Mature's banged-up knee is in such a bad state that the doctors can’t put a cast on it. Apd, until they do. Vic is stuck in the hospital in Montana. Poor Vic! It will be a long time, he says. "Over 60 Yeors of Quality Service" EXPERT PACKING CRATING China—Glass Furniture Foreign and Domestic Shipments MERCHANTS Trantfer A Storage Co. 920 E ST. N.W. NA. 6900 I PERPETUAL BUILDING ASSOCIATION ELEVENTH & E STREETS NORTHWEST EDWARD C. BAITZ, President • ^STERLING 7700 before he again rides a motorbike over a 5-foot embankment. Louis de Rochemont has already cleared $250,000 as his share cl “Lost Boundaries.” The picture cost $500,000 to make, has grossed $3,000,000 to date. * * * * Ingrid Bergman’s “Stromboli” will be competing with itself in Europe. In England and all other English-speaking countries RKO’s cut version will be seen. Elsewhere, Rossellini’s version of his picture will be shown moviegoers. It’ll be interesting to see which rakes in the most money. Mack Sennett is being philo sophical about Betty Hutton’s de cision not to do his “Life of Mabel Normand," which is his life story as well. “It will be better if no one else does it,” Mack told a pal. Betty didn’t like any of the scripts. Mary Pickford was the saddest gal in town prior to leaving Holly wood to live again in the East. Mary definitely prefers her beau tiful Pickfair Estate in Beverly Hills, one of the showplaces of the world, to her penthouse apartment in New York. But what is she to do? Buddy Rogers has a big TV and radio career in New York, so, being a good wife, Mary lives with him there. Ann Miller divides her evenings currently between the two ex husbands of the Gabor sisters, Eva and Zsa Zsa. One night she is a close twosome with Conrad Hil ton. The next, she’s just as close with Charles Isaacs. Both are millionaires, and either would be a lucky man to corral Annie. And how about another movie for her, Metro? Ellen Drew is a kind lassie. Meeting A1 Monte at a party, she told him, “You should be in pic tures.” “I am, sort of,” he told her. “I work in the lab at Metro.” Ellen called Dore Schary, and not only is A1 getting an acting test, but Ellen is making it with him. Poor Red Skelton. His eating regime at the Scripps Clinic is very nonexistent. But Red has to lost more weight. They are taking tests to discover which gland is not functioning. (Released by North American Newspaper Alliance. Inc.) AMUSEMENTS. f lATS SHOW TON/Ti^ ?Charlie ° § (jHAPLIN g g City Lights g Hnnnnt u«co»»*« ® 00 UUpUflT XlKXrt 7300 o O flATt SHOW TOHfTt') 1 STARTS II:JO T. M. M S-— OOORS n EjgEnE^EuEui TO BE ANNOUNCED ON OUR STA6E IY MISS WASHINGTON OF 1950 CLIMAXING MARX JEWELRY COMPANY'S 1TTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION! MILTON G. FORD OF W.D.O.C. MASTER OF CEREMONIES RICHARD CONTE -COLEEN GRAY and Introdvtmg ALEX NICOL v^RKO KEITH’S r OPEN 10:45 A.M. I5TH AT G Where and When Current Theater Attractions and Time of Showing Ambassador—‘‘Three Secrets”; 1:10, 3:15, 5:20, 7:25 and 9:35 p.m. Capitol — “Devil’s Doorway”; 10:30 a.m., 1:10, 3:45, 6:20, 9:05 and 11:50 p.m. Stage shows: 12:20, 2:55, 5:25, 8:10 and 10:55 p.m. Columbia—“Fancy Pants”; 11 a.m., 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11 p.m. Dupont—“City Lights”; 1:40. 3:40. 5:40, 7:40, 9:40 and 11:40 p.m. Keith’s—"The Sleeping City”; 11:50 a.m.; 1:50, 3:50, 6, 8, 10:15 p.m. and 12:15 a.m. Stage: 9:25 p.m. Little — “A Royal Affair”; 12 1:15, 3:40, 5:40, 7:40 and 9:40 p.m. Metropolitan—“San Quentin”; 11:25 a.m., 1:50, 4:15, 640, 905 and 11:15 p.m. National — “Broken Arrow”: 11:40 a.m., 1:40, 3:40, 5:40, 7:40 and 9:40 p.m. Palace—“My Blue Heaven”; 11 a.m, 1:05, 3:15, 5:25, 7:35, 9:45 and 11:50 p.m. Pix—“White Cargo”; 210, 4:50, 7:35, 10:15 p.m. and 12:55 a.m. Playhouse — “No Way Out”: 11:10 a.m.; 1:10, 3:15, 5:20, 7:30, 9:35 and 11:40 p.m. Plaza — “The Rocking Horse Winner”: 11:40 a.m.; 1:25, 3:10, 4:55, 6:40, 8:25, 10:10 and 11:55 p.m. Trans-Lux — “Destination Moon”: 11:15 a.m.. 1:10, 3:05, 455, 650, 830, 1015 and 11:55 p.m. Warner—“Three Secrets”; 11:15 a.m, 1:20, 3:25, 5:35, 7:40, 9:50 and 11:55 p.m. AMUSEMENTS. f --* ... A frivolous fellow and no ottractive woman is safe with him around.”—Carmody, Star. MAURICE CHEVALIER "A ROYAL -AFFAIR" ^ LITTLE *u.:to ' "" ■'! _kllv I EVENING 0NLY I LEFT TO SEE Faith of Our Fathers SESQUICENTENNIAL AMPHITHEATRE 16th St. and Colorado Ave. Rock Creek Pork LAWRENCE RYLE as GEORGE WASHINGTON CAST OF 150 8:30 Nightly Except Monday Box Office TAylor 1875 (LATE SHOW TONIGHT A Last^ Feature'11:45 P.MJ M i I an I 11 ii I 1 li M 0Pf* i Three Girls Pasts n ^ j Hide the Same Reckless Mis-step!"""' Three Secrets ELEANOR PATRICIA RUTH PARKER NEAL ROMAN ALSO AT AMBASSADOR-DOORS OPEN 1 P. M Crime lanes inside SAN "The Coop”! QUENTIN ALCATRAZ Humphrey Bogart ISLAND Pat OBrien Ann Ann Sheridan SHERIDAN LATE SHOWS TONIGHT CAPITOL & PALACE ;l Features Start 11:45 P.M While Cirl...Red Man' OpgV/LS DOORWAY• ROBERT TAYLOR E LOUIS CALHERNj PAULA RAYMOND -o/? &7M6£— | ARCHir ROBBINS •ROW .. Open 10:4$ 1 to I TfiCHXrCOLOfi BETTY> mDeu&tf ) 7mm . . Open 10:45 H hwyBsWjl BOB HOPE LUCHLE BALLJJ TtCHNICOLO»—*tf^ AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. ■ ■ ■ - ■ D. H. Lawrence's exciting 7th Week MIDNIGHT SHOW TONIGHT IlCUf ftAYETV ^ St. b«t. E & F N.W. NEW uATETT Tej.phonw NA. 1586-7 Last 2 Timas. Mat. 2:30, Eva. 8:30 . LAWRENCE MURIEL TIBBETT RAHN li» • Now Mutlcal Drama ■jUfBaWuet) with WILTON CLARY laak and Lyrltt by LANSSTON HUSHES Ma.lt bv IAN MEYENOWITZ PRICES (Inc. Tax. EVES.: 1.20 tg 4:20 WED. A SAT MATS.: 1.20 >o S fiO ItASTl JAMES STEWART BAY f Broken Arrow ] A STARTS TOMORROwTB 2 SMASH HITS! ^ TOGETHER X. Winslow Boy h ju and f THE 3RD MAN TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES CIRCLE 2105 Pa. Ave. N.W IE. 0184 Air Conditioned Today Only. DENNIS MORGAN. BETSY DRAKE, ZACHARY SCOTT In ''PRETTY. BABY." at 1, 3:10. 5:25. 7:40, »:a<>. FAIRFAX THEATER *£££ "CROOKED RIVER." Also "TOUGH AS SIGNMENT." - - _ E. M. LOEW’S MT. VERNON OPEN AIR DRIVE-IN Rt. 1. 3 Mi. South ot Alex. AL. 7050. Cont. Prom 7. ROY ROGERS in "TRIG GER. JR.."' in color, at 7, 10. Plus DEN NIS MORGAN and JANIS PAIGE in "ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON." in Technicolor. | at 8:35. 11:45. (Sun.-Mon., “WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS"). _ GREENBELT Greenb«lt. Md. GR. 2222 I JAMES CAGNEY. *G MEN™_ j GEORGETOWN 1331 Wi‘AAD¥*8,oo "THE COMMUNITY ART CINEMA." Air Conditioned A Brilliant J. Arthur Rank Production '“The Girl in the Painting.” With MAI ZETTERLING A Psychological . Thriller Excitingly Acted. Feature at •::23. 4:18. 8: Of. 8:02. 0:55. CAROLINA Il^cond. N‘ JOHNNY SHEFFIELD In "BOMBA ON PANTHER ISLAND." DURANGO KID In "OUTCASTS OP BLACK MESA ” "WILD BILL HICKOK" No. 14. Half Hour Car toons. ( , ;.__ ] CT&IITMI 6(h and C Sts. N.E. JlHIlIUn Air Cond. LI. 4-9468 GENE AUTRY “SONS OF NEW MEXICO ’ EAST SIDE KIDS THAT OLD GANG OF MINE." "UNDERSEA KINGDOM" No. 4. One Hour Cartoons._ SUNSET DRIVE-IN JftW. Met. Colombia Pike and Shirley Hat. Open 8:38. Starts 7 P.M. Today Only. MARIA MONTEZ. JON HALL. SARU in "COBRA WOMAN" (Technicolor), at 8:25, 11:05. Plus “MAKE BELIEVE BALL ROOM," at 7. 0:45. SI Plus Tax a Carfull. HISER BETHESDA u^tw^ Air Tonditionrd ALL- LAUGH SHOW! ANN SHERIDAN. VICTOR MATURE In "STELLA," at 11. 1:16. 3:35. 5:35. 7:40 and 0:45 P.M. Extra! 30 Min. of Tom & Jerry Cartoons. riHI n 2402 Mt. Vernon Avo. UUlleU Alexandria Va. OV. 3560 2 MARX BROS. HITS! (1) “DUCK SOUP " at 1. 3:55 8:55 and 10 P.M. (2) "ANIMAL CRACKERS." 2:15. 5:15. 8:25 P.M. Only. (Sunday. "IL TROVATORE.’.') bbtheatem_ »PPY 4813 Mats. Ave. N.W. nritA wo. 4400 DORIS DAY. GORDON MacRAE In "TEA FOR TWO." in Technicolor. 1:15. 3:35. 5:45. 7:45, 9:45. Kiddies’ Back to School Party at 1 PM. 4'i Free Prizes—Includ in'! a Bicycle! ATLAS 1331 H 11 Nt- AI ***> Doors Open 12 M. Cont. 12:30-11. Free Gifts to All Boys and Girls I at Matinee. I RICHARD BASEHART "TENSION." Plus TIM HOLT. "RIDER FROM TUCSON " and Half Hour Cartoon Show 1st Chap. "DESPERADOES OF THE WEST." _ Ef AlUCD Pi nay Branch Rd. and a laUWAiaa f|OWer Ave. JU. 7-7017 DORIS DAY. GORDON MacRAE in "TEA FOR TWO " in Technicolor. 1. 3:20. 5:30, 7:40, 9:50._ Back to School Party Free Gifts for Every Boy and Girl. Cartoon Show. 2:30 P.M. Tonicht Only. Gala Midnight Show. "Tea For Two.” Doors Open 11:30. show Starts 12. CriUlTflfi Minn Ave at Penning dltfllUUIt RH NE l(J 4.2600 Cont. 1-11. 2 Hits. MacDONALD CAREY. "THE LAWLESS" 1:20. 5:20. 8:10. Plus ANN SHERIDAN. ERROL FLYNN "SILVER RIVER." 2 40. 5:40. 9:40. _ Matinee Only. Cartoon Carnival. Chap. 1. Dynamic New Serial, "Atom Man vs. Superman." NAYLOR28,h 4 Avib04w>oAv*'SE Doors Open 12:30. Cont. 1-11-1 DORIS DAY, GORDON MacRAE in , "TEA FOR TWO " in Technicolor. 2:10. 5:05, 7:20. 9:40._| Matinee Only. Chap. 2. "Atum Man vs. Superman. Giant Car toon Show. Free Comics. •• __ R DTH1HJ 4859 MacArthur PiaCAninun givd.,or 4500 Doors Open 12:45 2 Hits. RICARDO MONTALBAN. "MYSTERY STREET •>■30 H I 5. 9:50. Plus RICHARD BASEHART. AUDREY TOTTER In "TENSION." 1. 4:40. fi:i5. | Cartoon Carnival. 4:"> Only. I Fairlawn Amusement Co. HIGHLAND 2533LUV/3uSE' . DORIS DAY. GORDON MacRAE in "TEA FOR TWO" (Technicolor), at 1:25. 3:40. 5:50, 7:45. 9:45. Cartoon Show Mat. Oniy)._ UTI HUTir Nichols Avs & Atlantic AiLANlll S) JO 3.5000 VICTOR MATURE, ANN SHERIDAN In the New Comedy Hit. "STELLA" at 1:40, 3:40. 5;45. 7:40. 9:35. Giant Cartoon ShoW"fMat. Only). FAIRLAWN Te^u 4rooRd' 2 Western Hits. ALLAN LANE. "COV ERED WAGON RAID." at 1:20, 3:50. 6:20. 8:50. ROY ROGERS in "TWI LIGHT IN THE SIERRAS." 7:20. 4:50. 7:20, 9:50. Plus Cartoon 8how. CONGRESS 293' ISTmtST”7 Double Feature. JIM BANNON. "COW BOY AND THE PRIZEFIGHTER,” in color, at 1:25. 3:55. 6:30 9:05. DON MrGUIRE in “SIDESHOW." at 2:25. 4:55. 7:30, 10. Plus Cartoon Show. AHACOSTIA uls5FGooAdx H^R3T GLENN FORD. BRODERICK CRAW FORD in CONVICTED." at 1:25. 3:25, 5:25. 7:25. 9:25._ TAR AY Marlboro Pike at Dist Line* UURUli m J,5i Ere* Parking » RICARDO MANTALBAN in "MYSTERY STREET." at 1:75. 3:30, 5:35. 7:40. 9:40. Bitr Cartoon Show (Mat. Only). LAUREL SST Double Feature. JOHN IRELAND In “RETURN OF JFS«E JAMES.’ Plus ponoy MacDOWALL in “BIG TIM BER.” CAPITOL Capitol Heights, Md. Double Feature. BUSTER CRABBE in "MARS ATTACKS THE WORLD " at 1. 3:55, 6:50, 9:50. "ROCKETSHIP." at 2:45. 5:40, 8:40. Plus 2 Cartoon«. Alexandria, Arlington, Va. Information Phone ALei. 9000 orrn 1723 King St., Alex. 3443 nLtU Parking Spot. RANDOLPH SCOTT. GEORGE HAYES. ‘THE CARIBOO TRAIL.” VIRGINIA " HOWARD DUET, BRIAN DONLEVY ' SHAKEDOWN ” CENTRE Fairlington, Va. TE. 1000 ‘ BROKEN ARROW.” JAMES STEW ART, DEBRA PAGET. SHIRLINGTON Double Feature. “COW TOWN/’ and “SHUT MY BIG MOUTH.” WARNER BROS. THEATERS For Information Cmll BEnnblle OHM Theaters Marked • Air Conditioned MATINEE TODAY ALL THEATER! •AMBASSADOR 1'leanor Parker! I Ruth Roman In "Three Secrets," at 1:10, 3:15, 5:20, 7:25, 9:35. • ft VAT ON Diana Lynn. "Peggy.” AYAlsUn at 1:50, 3:55. 6. 7:50, 9:40, • AVF GRANT) Double Feature. „„A*lu UnAnlJ James Craig in I c ”,°rth!*est Stampede.” at 1. 4:40. 1 SiJ6- Dana Andrew in "Where The i Sidewalk Ends.” at 2:15, ft, 9:40. • RFVTRf VDouble Feature. Db Tbilisi Robert Mitchum in "Story of GI Joe." at 2:25, 0:14, j 9:4o. Donald O'Connor. Dan Dailey. ; Andrew Sisters In "Give Out Sisters." ] at 1:20, 5:50. 8:35. New Serial. | “Atom Man vs. Superman." at 1. 4:40. •TATVFRT James Stewart in , vAbTblll "Broken Anow," at ] 1 3:40. 5:45. 7:50. 9:40._ • FFNTRAI Double Feature. Lon .,*'*“***•*•“ Chaney. Jr.. In “Dead Mans Eyes." at 11. J:25. 3:55. 0:15. «:4.) Evelyn Keyes in "Burma Con i voy. at 12, 2:30. 5, 7:20. 9:50. • FflT flNV Double Feature. Ab wUbvif Z bot & Costello in "One Si?''1 m The Tropics," at 1, 4, 7, 10. _Congulaise. ‘ at 2:50. 5:50 8:55. HOME P?UW* Feature Tim Holt nvrib m "Riders of The Range." Sir - ,o:S°' J''4'.1' Marjorie Main in 1M0 "0 F!?4oetUe G° T° Town " at • XFNNFTIV Robert Mitchum in "Story of GI Joe," i at 1. 3:1a, 5:35. 7:35, 9:40,_ • PENN ,Gien, /ord' Broderick : •'■“•A Crawford In “Convicted." i *l 1. 3.10. 5:1.1 7:05. 9:40. Onen ing of All New "Talent Show." Series on Stage. 8:30 p.m. • CAVflV ' Hedy Lamarr in "Lady , »AfUZ Without Passport," at t 3 ■' Oo ■ 4:43. 6:25. 8:05 943 • CFm Pouble Feature. Dana An „ brews in "Where The Side 2*1* Ends’ at 2:45. 6:40. t 0 40. Stanley Clements In “Military «»Wa‘A ^ey4:«L8' • SHERIDAN ' Broken SArr<fwJ' a° I — 3:.,.i. 7-43. 9:40 • Cll VFR Pcr‘,nis. Morgan Betsy at i ■in in "Pretty Baby." at 1.30. 3:40. i:45. 7:40. 9 40, • TAKQM A Poub’e Feature. Leo _ 1 •**■** *AGoraey in “Triple Trouble, at 1:40, 5, 8:15: Spencer Tracy. Elizabeth Taylor In "Father of the Bride.' at 2:45. 6:05. 9:25._ • TlVm I 5en,cls, Mor«an. Betsy **»U*s* Drake In "Pretty Baby.” at 1 :30. 3:35. 5:35. 7:40. 9:45. • UPTOWN B°r!* Gordon ! vr IV FT If MacRae in "Tea For j T>u. at 1. 3:05, 5:15. 7:25, 9:35. • YORK Double Feature. Welt IUnn Disney's “Treasure Is 1 land." at 1. 3:45, 0:45, 9:60. “Bea i ver Valley." at 2:35. 5:20 8:20. \ Opening Chapter "Atom Man vs. i Superman No. 1.” —SIDNEY LOST THEATEHS— DBirc-m 0-5 ar&s-ss Open 6 p.m. Show starts 6:30. Free Dancing Under the Stars at Opening and Intermission! Two Big Hits' "BARBARY PIRATE." at 8. 10:40: Pius HUMPHREY BOGART in "TOK YO JOE." 6:50. 9:30, 11:15. Midnight Show Tonight. "TOKYO JOE," at 11:45. Sun.-Mon.. "STELLA.” BETBWni * t• W Hwy. uiiiauniun w, 2863-9636 Free Parking. Air Conditioned. BUR GESS MEREDITH, ROBERT MITCH UM in "GI JOE ” at 1 3:16. 519. SroiV twoSun-thru-Wed" "TEA YIERS MILL Vier1‘oM5!2626°8* Free Parking. Air Conditioned. Two UL:re-^BOTT * COSTELLO in ONE NIGHT IN THE TROPICS." Plus ‘CONGOLAISE." The Forgotten Jungle World of the Savage! Last FOR TWO ”Ure' a:15' Sun -Mon" "TEA MILfl Ml Rockville, Md. Rockville 2434 „ Pte* Parking—Air Conditioned Two Big Hits! STUART ERWIN in "DRUMS ON THE CONGO." Plus CHARLES STARRETT. SMILEY BUR NETTE in OUTCAST OF BLACK MESA " Last Double Feature, 9 15. Sun.-Mon.. "PRETTY BABY.'_ HAYWOOD Ea,,*rn Av* *•' *• '• * n www ( Mich Av„ WA 8899 Free Parking. Air Conditioned. Today thru Mon. DORIS DAY. GORDON MacRAS, EVE ARDEN in "TEA FOR TWO." at 1:08. 3:16, 5:24, 7:34, 9:44. HYATTSVILLE riST. Hyatts. 0552. Free Parking. Air Con ditioned. Two Bts Hits! ABBOTT Ac COSTELLO in "ONF NIGHT IN THE TROPICS' Plus "CONGOLAISE." The Forgotten Jungle World ol the Savage! Last Double Feature at 8'45 Sun.-Mon.. "TEA FOR TWO." CHEVERLY Hi9|’w«» * “ * ot londovgi Rd. Md UN. 0100 Free Parking Air Condi Two Big Hits! RICHARD CPOMWELL. MARSHA HUNT in "COME or LEATHERNECKS" plus ?I/J£s£5OSBY BOB HOPE. DOROTHY LAMOUR m “ROAD TO RIO." Last Double Feature. 8:24. Sun-Mon "BROKEN ARROW." MARLBORO Upp,r Mor,b°r° Md auuuiuwuvM,r| 987.5. Air Cond Two Big Hits! MONTE HALE. "PIO NEER MARSHAL." Plus STUART IR WIN in "DRUMS OF THE CONGO.” L^.'t Double Venture. 8:50. Sun.-Mon., “CARIBOU TRAIL " ARLINGTON, FALLS CHURCH, VA. Information Phone OXford 42t'»4*. STATP “PRETTY BABY," DEN ’* NIS MORGAN, BETSY DRAKE. LEE ABBOTT * COSTELLO In «n ****** All Fun Show._ - ARLINGTON ‘BROKEN ARROW „ JAMES STEWART, DEBRA PAGET. _ WILSON "PRETTY BABY," DEN~ rNJB MORGAN, BETSY DRAKE._ ASHTON "COVERED WAGON LANE and EdS/Twa^ R°Cky' BUCKINGHAM ■BROKEN ar STEWART, DEBRA PAGET. JAMEa GLEBE ^OHNM Y HOLIDAY, lenmar™Y^ BYRD DIANA LYNNl SS? mnmst LOUIS BERNHEIMER’S THEATERS Healthfully Air Conditioned THE VILLAGE N f *7%^ S88S8? at 1:2(>, 3:27. 5:26, 7:30. 9:30. NEWTON IW 4 N'wtor ’ 1 St. N.t. LA 6-4114 RORIS DAY. GORDON MacRAE In , ^5A,rR®R ,JwO ’ (Technicolor), at tract'ion’. Added At' JESSE THEATER Phone Dl' 9861 JUDY CANOVA^ JOE E BROWN in "JOAN OP THE OZARKS." at 1:25. 4:10. 6:55. 0:40. WHIP WILSON. ANDY CLYDE in ’SILVER RAIDERS’* at 2:50, 5:35. 8:20. me yrDWAfl 3707 Mt. V.rnon new ffcnnuw Av. Al.„ Vo One block from Presidential Gardens. _ Phone AL. 2121 PENNIS MORGAN BETSY DRAKE in "PRETTY BABY." at 1:2.3. 3:35. 5,(’34. 7:30. 0:28. Added Attraction, Three Cartoons._ ACADEMY WARNER BAXTER. ONSLOW STE VENS in ’STATE PENITENTIARY. •• at 1:39. 4:24. 7:00. 0:54. ALLAN "ROCKY" LANE in "FRONTIER IN VESTIGATOR.” at 2:45. 6:30. 8:16.