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'Peter Pan' Shows Superboy Was Here Before Superman By Jay Carmody (Drama Editor of The Star) NEW YORK. One of the favorite folk-sayings around midtown New York is that American playwrights are better than their English opposite numbers. "Perhaps,” the folk add as if to take some of the sting out of it, “English actors average higher in skill than ours. But their plays? No.” An exception can be made to this estimate of British dramatists, however, ana it is not x. b. biio whose “Cocktail Party” is selling out every performance and caus ing more arguments than Tru man’s domestic policy. The author in question is th< late Sir James M. Barrie whosi current “Peter Pan” revival ha; outrun all other productions ol the play. As it spins along weav ing its small, sure enchantment ir a city which cultivates disillusion ment, a happy thought grows about “Peter Pan.” This is to the effect that per haps it should be kept running forever, as a kind of civic exhibit designed to prove that New York has not entirely lost its innocence There is nothing official about this to be sure. It is just an idea that occurs to some New Yorkers who like their home town better when “Peter Pan” is in revival. And to some others who like to have Barrie around for ready reference when American and English play wrights are being compared too bluntly. He is fine support for Shakespeare and Shaw. Eliot, too. ^ if * ^ There is no doubt about it, the St. James Theater is one of the happiest spots in the theater'area. This was the true wonder of child hood that Sir James captured and to which he attached the wings with which Jean Arthur, Marcia Henderson and the others of the current cast are flying. These two, as Peter and Wendy, respectively, are the stars of “Peter Pan.” Their work is completely delightful and so is that of Boris Karloff who divides himself down the middle to play the father of the Darling children and Capt. Hook. Nevertheless, the man who comes closest to Barrie in his genius is John Burrell who de signed and staged the latest Peter Pan revival. For 45 years now, designers have been trying to mechanize Sir James’ imagination, so to speak. On the whole, they have been rather successful, Burrell most of all. Never has Barrie found a more Inspired collaborator in making humans of all ages aware that children are the ones really quali fied to put reality into its properly secondary’ and inferior place. Be tween them and the still ecstatic players of “Peter Pan,” they make all the really important things abundantly clear. Live guilelessly and guile is frustrated, know that you can fly without wings or an internal combustion engine and you can fly just like that. It is all splendidly exciting all over again and the perfect anti dote especially for children who do not know that long before Superman and Buck Rogers, there was this wonderful superboy, Peter Pan. The one sad note that creeps in is that the production is so intricate that it cannot be traveled from one end of the country to the other, forever. People, who are lighter and less intricate mechanically, will just have to travel to New York. It's worth it. * * * * Broadway postscript: It is no secret that New York teens with people. ... You meet them every where, in theater lobbies, beverage dispensaries (retail), on the street, at luncheon and dinner, but not breakfast. . . . One girl than 'whom you will never meet a nicer is Margaret Phillips, now playing Celia in “The Cocktail Party.” . . . The Welsh girl who was the toast of the town for her performance in “Summer and Smoke” two seasons ago, still thinks the Tennessee Williams play better than it came off in that produc tion. . . . Can she explain “The Cocktail Party”? ... To her own satisfaction, yes. . . . Others keep asking questions. Dancers have the same com plaint, under another name, as actors. . . . Nana Gollner, Ballet Theater's ballerina, who will be the Met opera’s principal dancer this year, voices it at a supper party at Walter Alford’s. . . . “What the ballet needs is chore ographers,” she says. . . . “Maybe more than the theater needs play wrights.” ... At Sardi’s is every body, Jose Ferrer, Marcus Heimaii (whose National theater is a movie house now), Lorraine Dresselhuys, Lou Schonceit, and. of course, Rene Carroll who is now Mrs. Schonceit. . . . Ferrer is be tween jobs, by choice, and an actor who is quite unworried. . . . The stage, screen and television all have work for him. . . . Back from the movies where he spent a year is Louis Calhern whose project this year is a self-starring produc tion of “King Lear.” . . . Writing for television but still not certain he doesn’t prefer acting is Ted Tiller, ex-Washington writer actor, and a regular Algonquin lobbyite. ... As is nearly every one else in show business, includ ing Cecil Parker and scads of other English players with which Broadway seethes this season. Man with a plan is Lester Cowan, whose biggest movie production still is Ernie Pyle's “GI Joe.” . . . The whole Cowan manage, con sisting of himself and wife, Ann Ronnell, has set up apartment keeping in New York. . . . Cow an's program is on the big side, but he refuses details. . . . “Why be another Hollywoodite talking his project to death before he gets it into work?” he wants to know. . . . That’s a good question. ... More Hollywood citizens should j ask it. . . . Milton, of the Shubert Alley dwelling Shuberts, is think ing of Washington. . . . His prob lem, whether to book his imported French ballet into the Gayety or into Constitution Hall. . . . Quite a problem. . . . But, wherever it goes, this is the ballet with Collette Marchand. . . . Let that be a bit of good advice to you. AMUSEMENTS._ MUSIC BY GOUNOD FAUST "-Halo 11)0 "S5T£r _I NEW fiAYFTV Telephone NA. 1586-7 "tn UBItlT Eves., 8i30; Mats., 2:30 I LAST 7 TIMES! MAT. TOMO*. AT 2:30 1st Play Theatre Guild-A.T.S. Series The Theatre Guild with Lewis A Young present LILLIAN GISH in CutiouA Sewage A New Comedy by JOHN PATRICK Directed by PETER GLENVILLE Eves., $1.20, 1.80, 2.40, 3, 3.60: Matl , 31.20, 1.80. 2.40. 3.00 iTax Incl.). 2 WEEKS BEG. NEXT MON. EVL —Seats on Sale Tomorrow— 2nd Play Theatre Gnild-A.T.S. Seriea THI THEATRE GUILD prueei. JOHN VANBRUGH'S UPtOAHOVt COMEDY pifc oJt.VjnvjrtJE CYRIL JOHN MADGE RUTH RITCHARD EMERY EUIOTT MATTE SON Eves., $1.20, 2 40. 3, 3 60; Mate., 81.20, 1.80, 2.40, 3.00 (Tax incl.). ONE NITE ONLY! JOHN LAIR'S ORIGINAL RENFRO VALLEY BARN DANCERS I Sear© EACH DAY I \wORK.....HOW 'an TOUR TOOKL Where and When Current Theater Attractions and Time of Showing Ambassador — “Rocky Moun tain”; 1, 3:10. 5:20. 7:30 and 9:45 p.m. Capitol—“Right Cross”; 11 a.m., ,1:45, 4:30, 7:15 and 10 p.m. Stage shows: 1:05, 3:50, 6:30 and 9:20 p.m. i Columbia—“A Life of Her I Own”; 10:45 a.m., 12:55,3:10,5:20, !7:35 and 9:45 p.m. Dupont—“The Outsider”; 1:25 3:30, 5:35, 7:40 and 9:45 p.m. Keith's—“Walk Softly, Stran ger”; 11:25 a.m„ 1:30, 3:30, 5:35, 7:40 and 9:45 p.m. Little — “The Original Sin”; 12:05, 1:55, 3:50, 5:45, 7:40 and 9:40 p.m. Metropolitan—“Fighting Com mand”; 11:20 a.m., 2:40, 6 and 9:20 p.m. National—“Sunset Boulevard”; j 11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:25,.5:35, 7:40 jand 9:50 p.m. I Palace—“Mister 880”; 11:30 a.m., _AMUSEMENTS Mnui—wnwaniBJMW in Person! CONCERT & DANCE Uline Arena 3rd & m si*. n.e. Sun., Oct. 22nd, 9 P.M. RALPH FLANAGAH AND HIS RCA VICTOR RECORDING ORCH. Featuring Vocalists Harry Prime and Hone Zee. Gen. Ad mission: $1.80. Reserved Seats $2.10. tax inci. Any Ralph Flanagan record of your choice with each 2 tickets purchased In advance at Super Music City 1300 F ST. N.W. Super Drugs 11 10 7th ST. N.W. Music & Appliances 1327 H ST. N.E. ^^.'■dhama with dynamite in its KISSES Ij9 51 ALL?SON • POWELL • >1 HI ^-MONIALBAN&r^J III 2ightCross WBI mr. ballantine _J& CONNIE SAWYER |Q Sy____ KARTELLS & MICNONj f"i‘THE FURIES’bmbam stanwycxJ gfafiff' WEHDEIl COKY . WALTU HUSIOE J 1 r'ON STAGE IN PERSON /l LITA b'aRON4BJ 405^0 WONDERFUL Ifll MAKE YOU FEEL^[J GQOE Jlf Bqrt LANCASTER _ fl OorottiyMcGUIRE flldfell S MIsterllQII op /oC/-THURSDAY A J0S[PH COTTEN UNDA OARNEll #*9f JEFF CHANDLER CORNEL WILDE ST4*r** K / "TWO FLAGS tM -HjL WEST" Jr . mvWwxrn Now . . . Open 10:45 I TURNER-MILLAND I 11:35, 3:35, 5:4t), 7:45 and 9:45 p.m Fix—"Grand Illusion”; 2:10, 6, 9:50 p.m. Playhouse—"No Way Out”; 11:15 a.m., 1:15, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30 and 9:40 p.m. Plaza—“Faust and the Devil”; 11:35 a.m., 1:20, 3:05, 4:45, 6:30, 8:15 and 10 p.m. Trans-Lux •— "Eye Witness”; 11:30 a.m., 1:45, 3:45 5:35, 7:35 and 9:30 p.m. W’arner — "Rocky Mountain”; 11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:20, 6:20, 7:30 and 9:50 p.m. AMUSEMENTS. 8 Heroic Men ... on secret mission for Cen. Robert E. Lee ERROL FLYNN m Warner Bros' im AND STARDOM * NEW LOVELY LADY .. PATRICE IMF 2 Great Hits—^)tj)ur Fighting Forces M b. i ? Thrilling Reissues NCHTINGf>tfrir> COMMAND romireHuiiif “SS Cooper Becomes Producer HOLLYWOOD, Oct. 17 (fP).— Actor Gary Cooper announced last night that he and Robert L. Lip pert have formed Mayflower Pro ductions. Cooper will not appear in any of the films, but will con tinue his acting career at Warner Brothers and elsewhere. 0T- 8100 I fj" "Broken Arrow," James I tfc 8 0 Stewart, Jeff Chandler, I US ■ ■ Debra Paaet (Tech.), 7,1 1 I ■ 11:15. Also 2 cartoons, V short subject. "Thunder- T sl^Jnir Rails.” 8:30. I ^0 | _ AMUSEMENTS. LAST 3 DAYS! lUrrlng ROBERT MONTGOMERY I I Opan 10:45 A.M. 14th at H N.W. Starts Friday: BAD LORD BYRON Starring Dennis Price - i ★ ★ ★ Nationally Famous ★ ★ ★ BARBERSHOP QUARTETS WESTINGHOUSE QUARTET Pitt.bnrcb, Pa. THE COLUMBIANS Washington. D. C. THE CAPITOLIANS Washington. D. C. THE D. C. KEYS Washington. D. C. 8 Quartets Plus THE ANTLERS Flint, Mich. THE NOTABLES Newark, N. J. THE KENSINGERS Kensington, Md. THE COLONIALS Washington, D. C. THE SINGING CAPITAL CHORUS—THE PRECISIONISTS Constitution Hall—Friday, Oct. 27—8:30 P.N. Prices: $3, $2.40, $1.80, $1.20—Order Now SNOW CONCERT BUREAU 1108 G St. N.W. (In Campbell Music Co.) RE. 4433 RKO' PARADE OF HITS He hated to work... he hated to fight... He TAMED THE roowesr HAHCE UAH tH THE WEST/ sujul Dlffl I/CITU’C w Tomorrow l'CI ■ " O ^ *L10U txlT I UimiKKUW ISTH AT Q LITTLI RASCALS OPEN 10:<5 A.M._OUR Gang) JtoU T**t4 TcvtCHf. , .WALK SOFTLY STRANGER JOSEP^ cotton ' --i...in ..mum* ..■«nu m —. mrJ COLUMBIA PICTURES presents DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR. GLYNIS JOHNS JACK HAWKINS \ "Keeps the spine fizzing \ \ throughout...” \ \ Walter Winchell \ \ "A humringing film... \ \ matches 'Night Train’and \ \ 'The lady Vanishes’ to \ \ 0 T!” New York Times \ \ "Highest rating...tops in ^ \ adventure films!” \ New York Daily News WASHINGTON PREMIERE TOM'W with i ' HERBERT LOM A Frank Launder and Sidney Giiliat Production Written, Produced and Directed b) SIDNEY GILL1AT 11 1 i \ TL A %#| |A| ENDS TODAY: \Tht PLAYHOUSE J WAY t5th AND H STREETS ST. 8500OUT" LEGITIMATE PLAYS “IN THE ROUND" “THE FIREBRAND” TONIGHT AT 8!38 Eves. Escent Sun.: 8:30. *1:90 (ine. tax) Mats. Wed. & Sat.: 2:30, *1.50 One. tax) Phone Orders Accented DI. 859t wj >nyn » 3Tf a ^ FILIPPO DEI GIUDICE, Producer of the ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS "HENRY V" ond "HAMLET" TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES CIPCJT 2109 Pa' Ave. N.W. RE. 0184 GLORIA SWANSON, WILLIAM HOLDEN. ERIC VON STROHEIM in “SUNSET BOULEVARD.'1 at <i, 7:55. 9:55._ FAIRFAX THEATER 7V8°6 “WHERE THE SIDEWALK ENDS.” DANA ANDREWS. GENE TIERNEY. E. M. LOEWS MT. VERNON OPEN AIR DRIVE IN Rt. 1. 3 Mi. So. of Alex.. AL. 7050 Cont. From 7! TOM CONWAY in "I CHEATED THE LAW." at 7:05, 10:15: Plus RANDOLPH SCOTT in FIGHTING MAN OF THE PLAINS.” in Color, at 8:30. (Friday. Saturday: "TASK FORCE.”) C3EENBELT Greenbalt. Md. G*. 2222 ; _“THE BICYCLE THIEF.”_! GEORGETOWN 133;dw‘s100Av* '■THE COMMUNITY ART CINEMA,” ; 3 DAYS ONLY! Guiseppl Verdi's Immortal Opera “IL TROVATORE.” Acclaimed by All Critics! Feature at 6. 7:59. 9.5S.! CAROLINA ,,,h °"d N- cLt,Av^E PAUL DOUGLAS In "LOVE THAT BRUTE.” FRED MacMURRAY in "BORDERLINE.” STANTON ■**-$.&&**• JOHN GARFIELD in “UNDER MY SKIN.” RANDOLPH SCOTT in “CANADIAN PA CIFIC." SUNSET DRIVE-IN JLU Bet Celnmbla Pike and Shirley Hwy. Open 5:30. Starts 7. Today Tomorrow: ESTHER WILLIAMS in “ON AN ISLAND WITH YOU.” in Technicolor, at 8:15: Plus "BUCKAROO FROM POWDER RIVER " at 7, 10:10. $1.00 Plus Tax a Car Full. __ BISER BETHESDA 7414wlWii«Av*: JUDY GARLAND, GENE KELLY In “SUMMER STOCK.” At 5:45. 7:45. 0:45 P M LOUIS BERNHEIMER'S TREATERS S and S Theatres CII11 n 2402 Mt- Vernon Ave. aUlblf Alexandria, Va. OV. 3540 SPENCER TRACY, ELIZ. TAYLOR, “Father of the Bride.!’ New “March of Time.’’ U&VTIf Kings Highway and U. S. IliiTE>Il No y ot penn.Daw, Va. GENE KELLY in “THE THREE MUS KETEERS’’ in Technicolor. Also comedy. THE TILLAGE ™ V, & GENE KELLY. JUDY GARLAND in "SUMMER STOCK," in Technicolor, at 6:50. 9:31-. NEWTON ,2,h 4 n i HOWARD DUFF. BRIAN DONLEVY in "THE SHAKEDOWN,” at 6, 7:50. 9:40. JESSE THEATER ™ 4 »£* Phone OL 9861 GLENN FORD. BRODERICK CRAW FORD in "CONVICTED.” at 0:24. 9:28: "CONGOLAISE.” An Adventure Into Darkest Africa, at 7:50. THE vrniinM 3707 M>- v»rn°n NEW Ave . Alex., Vo. 1 Block From Presidential Gardens. Phone A Lex 2121. HOWARD DUFF. BRIAN DONLEVY in'JTHE SHAKEDOWN.” at «, 7:40. j ACADEMY MARIA MONTEZ. JON HALL in ' "THE COBRA WOMAN,” in Techni color. at 7 710. 10:15; PAT O'BRIEN, RUTH HUSSEY in "MARINE RAID- j ERS.” at 6, 8:45._ —SIDNEY LUST THEATERS-! nnivr m RiR»irs m|n- pa*' uniTb-in u of Md iiow., 5800 Open 6 P.M. Show Starts 6:30. Last Day: JUDY GARLAND, GENE KELLY. EDDIE BRACKEN, GLORIA DE HAVEN in "SUMMER STOCK.” in Technicolor, at 7, 9:35._ nrTurcna w«. a»». & t. w. hw» OLlIlLdllA w) 2868-9636 Free Parking. Today. Tomorrow: i 3LORIA SWANSON WILLIAM HOLDEN in J'SUNSET BOULEVARD," at 6:50, VIERS MILL v'\b*5.^r Free Parking. Today. Tomorrow: JUDY GARLAND. EDDIE BRACKEN. GENE KELLY. GLORIA DE HAVEN in "SUMMER STOCK." in Technicolor, at 6:55. 9:24. MTT A Rockville, Md. Rockville 2434 iV frrt Parking. Air Conditioned Free Parking—Today, Tomorrow. The year's most sensational film. | "OUTRAGES IN THE ORIENT.” Jap Brutality in the PhiUipines! at 7:35, ! 9:30. | tr&VUinnn Eastern Ave. Bet. R. I. &AIRUUU 4 Mith Ave, WA 8899 Free Parking. Today Through Thurs day: WILLIAM HOLDEN. GLOP.IA SWANSON m “SUNSET BOULEVARD.” HYATTSVTLLE Hyatts. 0552. Free Parking. Today Only: HOWARD DUFF. BRIAN DON LEVY In "SHAKEDOWN.” 6:15. 8. 9:55, CHEVERLY UN. 0100. Free Parking. Today. To morrow: GENE KELLY. JUDY GAR LAND in “SUMMER STOCK,” In Tech nlcolor. at 9:10. MARI RftRfl Upper Marlboro, Md. FlAnleOUnU Air Cond. Marl. 9875 Today. Tomorrow: JAMES CAGNEY, I BARBARA PAYTON in "KISS TO MORROW GOODBYE." at 7:13, 9:18. jirungton-raiu inurcn, va. Information. Phono OXford 42641 CTCTP "LOUISA," RONALD REA J I H GAN. RUTH HUSSEY. _ I PP "PAID IN FULL" and "CAP^ ItU, TAIN CAREY." IRC IMRTASI "SUMMER STOCK." r. JUDY GARLAND. ' GENE KELLY. gm CAM "Louisa,” r o n a l d ! W*WUn REAGAN, RUTH HUS SEY,__ A CUT AW "BACKFIRE," VIR “ U" GINIA MAYO, GOR DON MacRAE. BUCKINGHAM STOCK,’^JUDY !, GARLAND, GENE KELLY. Cl PUP “THE BLACK ROSE.” TY ULLDb RONE POWER. ORSON . WELLES. DVDIt "OUR VERY OWN.” JOAN PI nil EVANS. FARLEY GRANGER IPPPPPC AM' °UR VERY OWN." JM * tnaunjoAN evans. far- . LEY GRANGER. , WARNER EROS. THEATERS For Information Phone REpublie 0000. AMRASSADOR Erro1 i}yna- p? ni lunwunuvu trice Wymore In “Rocky Mountain," at 1. 3:10, 5:20, 7:30, 9:43._ AVALON COLONY Tyrone Power in 'The Black Bose.” at 6:50. 9:25. AVE GRAND Double Feature: ATIa. USIAIVU Deboarh Kerr. 1^5. ert Walker in ‘ Please Believe Me.” at 6:J5, 9:45; Barbara Stanwyck in “East Side. West Side,” at 8. BEVERLY Tyrone Power in “The Black Rose.” at 2. 4:25. 6:55, 9:30. CALVERT KENNEDY SHERIDAN G10mriaH Sanson., Wil set Boulevard.” 2:30. 4:50, 7:10, 9:35. CENTRAL Double Feature: Ma vwiiunu rie Montez in "siren of Atlantis." at 11:30. 3:35. 7:35: Carey Grant. John Garfield in "Desti nation Tokyo." at 12:50, 4:55, 9:05. HOME Double Feature: Dennis w Morgan in "Pretty Baby." at 6:15, 0:40; Marlene Dietrich in "Golden Earrings," at 8:05. PENN Gloria Swanson, William * ** ** Holden in "Sunset Boule vard," at 2:30, 4:50, 7:05, 9:25 SAVOY Double Feature: Dennis Morgan in "Pretty Baby.” at 6:15, 0:25; Gordon MacRae in "Re turn ol the Frontiersman," at 8:05. SEED Eleanor Parker in "Caged,” uiavv at d.25 9:40. "Return of Frontiersman.” at ft:1.0. SILVER Gloria Swanson. William wauvaiaa Holden in "Sunset Boule vard," 1:05, 2:16, 3:20, 5:25, 7:30, 9:40. TA-ICOMA Double Feature: Keborah “ Kerr in "Please Believe Me." at 6:20, 9:40: Robert Donat in "The Winslow Boy." at 7:55. TIVOLI UPTOWN Gloria Swanson. 'William Holden in "Sunset Boulevard," at 1:05, 3:15. 5:20. 7:25. 9:30. YORK Doris Day. Gordon MacRae a in - xea for Two,” at 7:05, 9:35. K B THEATERS APry 4,13 Mast* Av%- n.w. fi*“A WO. 4600 GLORIA SWANSON in “SUNSET BOULEVARD.” at 1. 3:10. 6:20, 7:30, 4 <». ATLAS 1331 H Si. N.E. Al. *300 3 Daring, Shocking Themes. "TOR MENT.” a Study of Sex and Sadism. Plus Emil Zola's "PASSIONELLE." a Tale of Illicit Love. 1 NOT FOR CHILDREN | FI nWFR Pmey Branch Rd. and fliUnCilt Flower Av«. JU. 7-7017 Robert Sterling ARMORED CAB ROBBERY.” at 3:35, 5:30, 8:35; LEW AYRES. TERESA WRIGHT in "CAPTURED," at 3:30, 6:35. 41:40. SENATOR Minn Av#- ■' aunnivu Rd. N R lu_ 4.2600 Doors Open 6. GARY COOPER. ANN SHERIDAN In “GOOD SAM.” at 6.It: ABBOTT AND COSTELLO in "NIGHT IN THE TROPICS," 6:30. 10. NAYLOB 18-’h 4 AJf°4™ Av,:sir Doors Open fi P M. GENE KELLY, JUDY GARLAND in “SUMMER SiOCK.” in Technicolor. 7:05, 0:40. MacABTHUB Doors Open 6:15. 3 Great Hits on a Special Return Engagement._ BOB HOPE. BING CROSBY in ROAD TO RIO.” at 6:30. 10; JOHN PAYNE in “EL PASO," in Color, 8:30. Faii-lawn Amusement Co. HIGHLAND 2333 ^"<.£,7 11 HOWARD DUFF. BRIAN DONLEVY In "SHAKEDOWN.” at 6:20. 8:05, 9:50. ATLANTIC Nich°s* AjS USZF* GLORIA SWANSON. WILLIAM HOL DEN in "SUNSET BOULEVARD," at 0:50. 9:20._ FAIRLAWN Double Feature. RONALD REAGAN In "THE HASTY HEART." at 6:15. 9:45: "JASSY.” in Technicolor, at 8:10. CONGRESS 2931 jo'STtiT se TYRONE POWER in “THE BLACK ROSE/* in Technicolor, at 0:40. 0T0 ANACOSTIA GLORIA SWANSON. WILLIAM HOL DEN in "SUNSET BOULEVARD,” at 1:35. 4:05. 6:35, 9:05. _ CORAL "ft's,"»*;?&£• ’ GENE KELLY. JUDY GARLAND. ED DIE BRACKEN. GLORIA DE HAVEN PHIL SILVERS in "SUMMER STOCK," in Technicolor, at 6:55, 0:‘IS. LAUREL t::im RUTH ROMAN. PATRICIA NEAL. ELEANOR PARKER in "3 SECRETS." CAPITQ1 Capitol Haighti, Md vnaiavi* H| 4740 FARLEY GRANGER. ANN BLYTHE in "OUR VERY OWN." 6:15, 8:05, 9:55. Alexandria—Arlington, Va. Information. Phone ALex. 9000 1 1723 King St. AIM. 3443 Parking Spaco JOAN CAULFIELD. ROBERT CUM MINGS in "THE PETTY GIRL." Virginia * RICHARD WIDMARK. PAUL DOUG LAS in "PANIC IN THE STREETS.” CENTRE Palrlington, Vo. Tl. 1000 "SUNSET BOULEVARD." GLORIO SWANSON, WILLIAM HOLDEN. SHIRLINGTCK "THE BLACK ROSE." TYRONO POWER, ORSON WELLES.