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'Deported' Shows Gangsters Can Be Redeemed by Love By Jay Carmody It cannot be the authentic Italian background that has given such realism to the memorable post-war movies from Italy. The same landscape serves the cameras which shot "Deported,” the new melodrama at Keith’s, and for all the heightened dramatic values of the film, it might just as well have been made in Hollywood with artificial sets. Even with a cast headed by such realistic looking humans as Marta Toren and Jeff Chandler," “Deported” Is a hollow imitation of those exciting recent tales of life laid in Rome. Naples. Sienna, Genoa and other Italian cities. The fault for this is not the performers' but belongs rather to Writers L'cnel Shapiro and Robert Buck ner. What they have tried to do is blend a romantic fairy tale and a gangster melodrama, re taining the best features of both. What they retained is some thing else. * * * * “Deported” belongs to that school of screen fiction which might be called mugg-meets-lady. The mugg, a handsome one you may be sure, is played by Chand ler and naturally the lady is Miss Toren. Tie is an Italian born youngster who grew up in this country dur ing the racket area. As the picture opens, he is debarking in Italy! under the auspices of the United States Government which took a dislike to him when he snatched $100,000 in some kind of gangster deal. j The Italian government is not happy to have the handsome feliow home again, but it has no choice in the matter. All it asks is that the unwanted prodigal return to his native mountain town and remain there on probation until further plans can be made for him. Here the story reaches Tor something that might have been dramatic had its reach been long enough. In his mountain village, the visitor falls under the regen erating influence of two forces. One of these is the town’s warm, unquestioning welcome to him. The other is the reception ac corded him by the beautiful widowed Contessa, the commu nity's Lady Bountiful. She is lovely enough to make even A1 Capone think of turning over a new leaf and Chandler, a younger and more vulnerable rackets boy, is captivated instantly. The question is, can the im pulses the Contessa awakens in him overcome the invitation of the Italian food situation to get into a black marketing set up which promises real riches? Anyone who knows Hollywood’s faith in the power of beautiful women need not wait for the end of “Deported” to find that out. * * * * Robert Siodmak has undertaken to direct “Exported* as the story of a man’s iredemption but he is never able to give it any intensity of conviction? fie. Miss Toren and Chandler keep thd? narrative turn ing in this direction but at a pace that is dishearteningly slow in view of the inevitable ending. In the course of its tempo as a rcmatic idyll, Siodmak has op portunity to introduce a few more, comedy touches into “Deported” than such things usually allow for. One of these is a running gag in which an enticing girl named Marina Berti keeps making a monkey of the hero by luring him into the hands of his enemies. Heroes are not usually treated with this much of honesty, even for a gag, but it is amusing with Chandler as its victim. Another comedy touch is pro vided in the presence of an Italian detective, a small man who uses his nose to ferret out crimes before they are committed. As sleuths EVENING PASKING 40* ‘,VJ:«T0 CAPITAL GARAGE 1320 N. Y Ar«. N.W. Between IStb end 14 th __ p-1 J money saving time isi i 1 i I i i i I I i I i i i i I i LITTLE TAVERN TIMES i i I I i i i i i i i i i i | for famous I HAMBURGERS j only 10c I I Tasty lunch only 30c ... try and beat it! _ For a Tasty Bite ... ! Day or Nite . .. Stop at a [ I * “DEPORTED.” & Universal release, pro duced bv Robert Buckner, directed by Robert Siodmsk. screenplay by Buckner from a story by Lionel Shapiro. At Keith's The Caal: Countess di Lorelei . __ Marta Toren Vic Smith __ __ Jeff Chandler Vito Bucelll _ Claude Dauohin Gina Cerapia _ Marina Berti Bernardo Gervaso _ Richard Rober Armando Sparduccl_Bllvio Minciotti Guido Caruso •_ Carlo Rizzo Teresa Sparduccl _ Miml Aguglia Father Cenaro _Adriano Ambrogi Ernato Pampigliono_ Michael Tor Papiemino Barda _Ermlnlo Spalia Donati Dtno Nardi Aldo Brescia_ Guido Celano Postal Clerk __ Tito Vuolo go, this is a midly more comic one than most. The Italian landscape is pleas antly open and inviting as a back ground for Keith’s new attraction, but what happens on it would be more dramatic if the script gave Miss Toren and Chandler less surface and more depth. * * *.* Waifs and strays: Suddenly in demand on Broadway, while Co lumbia is having a special film script written for her, is Judy Holliday. . . . Miss Holliday’s most exciting prospect, to her admirers if not to herself, is the play ver sion of “Ninotchka.”. . . . The shoes would be Garbo’s, but who could be a likelier successor than Judy as Ninotchka. . . . The other prospect is a new S. N. Behrman play with Harold Clurman as pro- i ducer. . . . “Devil in the Flesh” will have a return uptown show ing at the Apex Theater on De cember 12 and 13. . . . Motion Pic ture Herald’s summary of the top box office pictures for Novem ber finds “All About Eve,” “Ameri can Guerrilla in the Philippines,” I “Breakthrough,” and “King Solo mon’s Mines” as the leading, quartet. . . . “King Solomon's” is expected to move up this month . ... It was released later than the others during November. . . .! “Freeh Fields.” a three-act comedy will be presented tonight at 8 p.m. at Cafritz auditorium as a benefit for the Cancer Fund. ... It is the production of the drama club of the American Security and Trust Company. AMUSEMENTS NEW BAYETY^-^n^ Last 4 Performances Matinee Saturday M¥fwnuon Judy Holliday BORN'fe? yEtTERMV With JUDSON PBATT vtfMWNKAMh SETTING BY DONALD OEN'SLAGEB Em.. SI .30. 3.40. 3.00 A 3.60: Mats. SLSOj^JJWL^J^OjTSjSJWTajJneU^ i.TL7 SEATS ROW! "A SMASH HlTl"-m N. T. DRAMA CRITICS' AWARD DONALDSON AWARDS Till? CONSOL THl HIT MUSICAL DRAMA W GIAN-CARLO MENOTTI Pulitzer Prize Winner Eves. SI .30. 3.40. S.OO. 3.60 * 4.30: Mats. Wed. A Sat. SI .50. l.SO. 3.40. 3.00 A 3.60 (Tax Inel.I. Iff A MELODRAMA—Marta Toren plays the leading femi nine role in “Deported,” new screen attraction at Keith’s. i - Where and When Current Screen Attractions • and Time of Showing Stage. New Gayety—“Bom Yesterday”; 8:30 p.m. * Arena—“Pygmalion”; 8:30 p.m. Screen. Ambassador—“Highway 301”; 1, 3:10, 5:20, 7:30 and 9:50 p.m. Capitol — “Mrs. O’Malley and Mr. Malone”; 11 a.m., 1:45. 4:30, 7:15 and 10 p.m. Stage shows: 1, 3:45, 6:30 and 9:15. Columbia — “American Guer rilla in the Philippines”: 11 a.m., 1:10, 3:20, 5:35, 7:45 and 10 p.m. Dupont—“Bitter Rice”; 1, 3:10, 5:15, 7:30 and 9:40. Keith’s—“Deported”; 11:45 a.m., 1:45, 3:45, 5:40, 7:40 and 9:40 p.m. Little—“The Baker’s Wife”; 12, 1:55, 3:50, 5:45, 7:40 and 9:40 p.m. Metropolitan — “The Fuller Brush Girl”; 11:45 a.m., 1:45, 3:45. 5:45, 7:45 and 9:45 p.m. National — “One Hour With You”; 12:50, 3:50, 6:50 and 9:50 p.m. Palace — “King Solomon’s Mines’” 11 a.m.. 1:05, 3:15, 5:25, 7:35 and 9:45 p.m. Pix—“Guadalcanal Diary”; 3:35, 6:55 and 10 p.m. Playhouse—“Trio”; 10:55 a.m., 1:05, 3:15, 5:25, 7:40 and 9:55 p.m. Plaza — “Paloma”;. 11:20 a.m„ 1:25, 3:35, 5:40, 7:50 and 10 p.m. Trans-Lux — “Macbeth”; 11 a.m., 12:55. 2:50, 4:40, 6:20, 7:55 and 9:45 p.m. Warner—“Highway 301”: 11:15 a.m., 1:15, 3:15, 5:25, 7:35 and 9:50 p.m. AMUSEMENTS "IT IS NOT TO BE MISSED" —Carmody, Star thi PLAYHOUSE __ ttth > H STSEETS ; ST ISOO Hollywood Diary Sctipt Being Readied to Take Mae West to Napoleons Court .. By SheilaTi Graham HOLLYWOOD. Mae West, who flatly refused to play Jane Russell’s mother in RKO’s “Mother Knows Best,” is ready, willing and eager to play a lady in ltrve with Napoleon. A script embracing Napoleon’s court is being prepped for Mae. Anne Revere should have stayed in Hollywood. No one robs her here. But in New York, while she was rehearsing with Otto Preminger for their play “Four Times Twelve,” thieves broke into her appartment and swiped all her jewels, her baggage, and her mink coat. The ladies are, scrambling for the role opposite Richard Conte as a gangster in “Fiddler’s Green” —notably Lauren Bacall and Peggy Dow. Evelyn Keyes wouldn't say no to the assignment, either. The part of the older man would have been perfect for Walter Huston. Oscar Homolka will probably get it. Talking or miss Keyes, she had an amazing experience in New York when she went there to do a television show with Jack Car son. Someone from her agent’s office met Evelyn and escorted her to her hotel. On the way he said brightly, “Do a great job on the TV show, and pictures will grab you.” “I’ve news for you,” said Evelyn, smiling. “They al ready have.” * * * * Virginia Field was lunching at Romanoff’s with her fiance, Wil lard Parker the other day and, not many tables away, Paul Douglas, her ex-husband, was lunching with his present wife, Jan Sterling. . . . Tommye Adams and George Jessel also were dining there. This romance is blooming again. Or has it ever chilled? If Ingrid Bergman turns down “Strike a Match,” the picture will be offered to Anna Magnani, the fiery lady who preceded In grid in Roberto Rossellini’s affec tions. Vanessa Blown, here with Kath arine Hepburn for “As You Like It,” has a problem. She has some good offers to do TV shows in New York. But her husband, Rob AMUSEMENTS NOW Open 10:45 IBI *■* today DON^CORNELL | ^ -- Nation's Now Yorsatilo * . Singing Star THEMTCHMEH | Concert Masters BOBBY*WHAUNG t YVETTI |i Fun en Wheels MARY RAYE ! 4 NALDI 1 § KAY DEWITT * f ROY ROBERTS with :j AM JACK KAUFMAN M linn Orchestra^ |s. I HELD OVER-1¥ WEEK! ra&mmce ^SAMK PASSIONS .7# with a flame-haired goddess... a bronzed Jk white hunter_in a jungle Eden that M throbbed with sinister tom-toms... and V roared with the fire-panicked stampede A of thousands of terrified beasts! 19 ! starring . )eborah KERRStewartGRANGER Richard Carlson• ***■Picture . - Screen Play by HELEN OEUTSCH • Based on the Novel by H. RIDER HAGGARD wbCOMPTON BENNETTrfANDREW MARION -taw * SAM ZIMBAliST f at 13th OpenJOjjj_ CyJ^WrvTTl ijTd j M ™^ " -f m ** * ^' ert Franklyn. has a practice in Hollywood. If she goes to New York, she neglects her husband. If she stays here, she neglects her career. (Released by Northern American Newspaper Alliance, Inc.) AMUSEMENTS I liis Mm • tidurt CHS 1 _It Firiw tmpf • IU)» O'ttM A AMUSEMENTS The NATIONAL BALLET MARION D. VENABLE Director Constitution Hall Tubs., Dec. 12—8:30 P.M. with Gloria Fokine Kathryn Mullowny The Jack Morton Orchestra Guest Artists Dino Cortese. Conductor SNOW CONCERT BUREAU nos a st. n.w. (In Campbell Music Co.) Republic 4133 Hours 10:00—.5:30 % _ ____ d hth at o /^RKO KEITH’S OPEN 10:45 A.M., SUN. 12:10 P.M. fiffORTED starring Jeff CHANDLER M MARTA TOREN with R Claude Dauphin f 1. Marina Berti AMUSEMENTS BOSTON Symphony Orehostra SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY Music Director Emeritas Condaetlnf TONIGHT—8:30 P.M. CONSTITUTION HALL SNOW CONCERT BUREAU 1108 G St. N.W. <In Campbell Music Co.) i Republic 4133 Hours 10:00-A:80 r "AN EARTHY TALE WITH A ! VOLATILE STAR" —Carmody, Star j ice dupont I THRU SAtTdEcTt^I RAIMU in I The BAKER'S WIFE little J | AMPSEMKMTt PYGMALION Etm. except See.: tiM Sl.N Iki, Met Mate. wed. * Bali BiBB B1J# Mae las) Phoae Ordera Aecepted DIetrtet MM IONAL f",,.1?* »im _>c *M 5 P.M. l»eai«B» JEANETTE " ' ' ' MAURICE 2MacD0NALD CHEVALIER One/fattMtofe , iS£3& FREE TODAY To the First 500 Women [ Sample Bottle Debutante Toilet Water Starts TODAY \ She's got" lines even FIR<?JnffE The R/lLer Brush MAN can'T compete wifh J i SAFE DRIVING CONTEST Free DODGE 1 ,M 111111U11111,1JI I In Ikci Ik _ Stains PREMIERE SHOWING! this theatre is among those chosen for the nation’s first showing of “HIGHWAY 301”! j The Killer-Pack That Shot It Out With Our Own Metropolitan Police! i: 77 'uhmem j I /^7 / Every Turn | IflttoMr** #he ffoo<# MfOS | \ u ffc© End of the Line for file Victims of the | Tri-State Gang! | PLAZA THEATRE LAST DAY On* of tho mott thrilling and booutlfvl motion pieturot modal WITH HAUNTING MUSIC PALOMA" I ly F*rnond«Z & FJautroo who ^THt PEAlf I •>» •>» •>» •>» •>» •>» ‘>»‘>»>>»^->»^ />' WASHINGTON PREMIERE TOMORROW ^ | MOZART’S | ^ charming, spicy, scintillating opera ^ I'Carriage of Tigaro” | PERFORMED BY THE BERLIN STATE OPERA ^ with ERNA BERGER and WILLI DOMGRAF-FASSIENDEI v> 'r One of the greatest creations of comedy in music ADDEO ATTRACTION NJ £ • DAME MYRA HESS Y £ England's svpreme/y groat pioms* \[? 1 gives e thrilling performance of • ^ BEETHOVEN'S "THE APPASSIONATA SONATA* \£ j JSL PLAZAT-SfJ TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES CIRCLE 2105 Pa. Avr N.W. Hi. 0184:1 JOSEPH COTTEN. VALLJ in "WALK SOFTLY, STRANGER. ' ■ ut). h:05. »:60. j FAIRFAX THEATRE ’ "PLEASE BELIEVE* ME." DEBORAH - KERR._ : GEORGETOWN "VSi*" “The Community Art Cinema” The First . . and Greatest . . . Postwar German-Language Film! “THE AFFAIR BLUM” Feature at 6, 7:53, 9:5B. CAROLINA n,h *e RICHARD WIDMARK. "PANIC IN THE j STREET." JOHN WAYNE. "WAR OF THE I j WILDCATS." STANTON 6,handL,V;^N-c | Ar !?• "BLACk”BART "8INNER " jGREENBELT Greenbelt, Md. GP. 2222 I ^^taiPnATricia wymore. j RISER BETHESDA UUWIW%^ at •h<‘ Playhouse! LINDA DARNELL-RICHARD WIDMARK “NO WAY OUT” : 'An„ aduIt Picture. At 5:45. 7:45 and vurn&F-) (Frl- OI-ENN roRD' “CO" A pry 4*13 Mast. Ava N . W HrtA WO 4600 AU Laugh Show for Entire Family— 2 of the. All-Time Funnest Comedies. No. 1 CHARLIE CHAPLIN. •‘CITY LIGHTS." at 1. 1:03 7:05. 0:55. No I 2. THE MARX BROS. "ANIMAL CRACKERS." at 2:30, 5:30. 8:30._ AT?*S <331 H St NS At 1300 ! WARNER BAXTER. "STATE PENI- i TENTIAPY." pln« SPADE COOLEY, i "EVERYBODY^ DANCES." _ r? nwn Mnav BToneh Rd and r' * Flows, Ava JU 7 7017 ; Doors Open 0 P M. 5 Grand Laugh: Kits. MARX BROS . "DUCK SOUP." I 0:05. 8:45. CHARLIE CHAPLIN. 1 "CITY LIGHTS." 7:15. 10:00, j CTMATnP Minn Ava at Banning : ObflHIUn Rd. NF LU 4.2600 I Doors Onen 0 :15 JUNE ALIYSON. I DICK POWELL. RIGHT CROSS ” at 6:30. 9:40 GARY COOPER. W. C. I FIELDS. IF I HAD A MILLION." atT8:.'10. _ NAYLOR?8,h * *J Doors Open 6 PM. JOAN CRAW FORD “HARRIET CRAIG.” at 6:15, 8. 9:50._ ____ MacABTHUB " SrA^ Doors Open 0:15. JOAN CRAWFORD. WENDELL COREY. "HARRIET CRAIG." at 7:15. in LARRY OLSEN. "WHO KILLED DOC ROBIN.” In color. 6:30. 9:10._ THE VILLAGE “f %, SIS ,n dE,3EJ?l5.wE,c'S5,d nlcolor>. at H. 7:.->l. P:*-_ newton ,2,h 4 r;:’”-NJ JOAN CRAWFORD. WENDEIi COREY In "HARRIET CRAIG. At 6. 7:48. 9:36._;__ JESSE THEATER ™ * iT9 Phone OU »8AI BURT LANCASTER. ..DOROTHY Mc GUIRE In "MR 880." »t O-20. 9.32. JOHN WAYNE. VERA RALSTON In “DAKOTA." At 7:60._ ™ VEHHOH ’Z.ZZr I Block fro* PreildentiAl G»rd««» Phone Ales 2421 t »CB«58f& o3B?*S 6. 7:46. 9:30. __ ACADEMY “."Vni.**” ,F° *3 0:3.i ROBERT CTJfIMINaS JOAN CAULFIELD_ln "PETTY GIRL (Technicolor), at «_ -SIDNEY LOST TBEATEBS BETBESDAWU 5r ca^riotard 1■s««ss"5 "THE DESERT HAWK” (Technicolor), at 6:15. S:05. 9:55._ Tomorrow: One Stage in Person at 7:35. 9:30. "Cheeta,” tHe Hu man Chimpanzees From the Tarxan Pictures. ^— TIERS MILL sg* ciSo sssffi-assra ■ the DESERT HAWK" (Technicolor), at 6:15. 8. 9:45. _ . U|* n Phone Rockville, Md., 2434 WILU Free Forking. Free Parking—Today Only On Stage In Person “CHEETA” At 7:35. 9:30. The Human Chim panzee of the TARZAN PICTURES. i Tomorrow: All Comedy Show! Tom ! & Jerry. B. Bunny. 3 Stooges. D. Duck, E. Kennedy. Our Gang ai^d Others._ sruviiriinn Eastern *»• tn * * KAinUuU & M!c(, Av„ wa 8*99 Free Parking. Last day: “YVONNE DE CARLO. RICHARD GREENE In -THE DESERT HAWK" (Technicolor), at 6:15, 7:55, 9:35.___ HYAnSVULt Hyottsville, Md. Hyatts. 0552. Free parking Today tomor : JOAN CRAWFORD. WENDELL COREY in "HARRIET CRAIG.’ at 6:15 8:10. 10:02.__ Saturday: On Stage In Person. "Cheeta.” the Human Chlmpaniee From the Tarian Pictures, at 1:40. 4:15, 0:18, 9:06._ rururni V Defense Highwoy bllbTLilbl Ot Landover Rd MO UN. 0100. Free Parking. Today-To mor: JOEL McCREA. DEAN STOCK WELL. ELLEN DREW In “STARS IN MY CROWN.” at 6:15. 8:05. 9:50. MARLBORO P*Morlboro 9875 GRAY^ln “SLraPiraCCrrY7’ s°L^ CHARLIE CHAPLIN In “CITY 1 LIGHTS.” at 7:31, 9:28 Plus Car toons. Tom and Jerry, B. Bunny. Pluto I and Others. hr WARNER BIOS. THEATERS for Information. Phono Mttnhlio ♦**#. AMBASSADOR -5 X. 3:10, 6:25, 7:36, 9:66. A VAT AN Ronald Colman. Jana ATAIaUn wyatt In "Lost Horiaon," at 6:50, 9:20. A VP CRAim Double Feature: "Casino to Korea" at 6:15. 9: Ray MUland. Hedy Lamarl In "Copper Canyon," at 7:1S, 10. RPVPRI V Eree Parking. Double DEiTmUsI Feature: Loretta Young in "Fury in the 8ky." at 2, 5:06. 8:15 Jo*o Fontaine. Robert Ryan in “Born to Be Bad." at 3:20. 6:30. 9:40. CALVERT SHERIDAN & 8t0fy" CPIITRAI Double Feature: Id J'WHIMlIs ward G. Robinson. Joan Bennett in "Scarlet Street," at 11:15, 3:20, 7:25: Judy Garland. Gene Kelly in “Summer Stock.’’ at 12:55. 5. 7:10. COLONY Edmond O'Brien. Pamela 67^,?45BntUn ^ •'D- °’ A " « home Station." at 7:15, 9:35. gPNMPnV Richard W Idas ark. BrSr ‘,Wo PENN-TIVOLIDPTOWN Richard Wtdmark. Linda Darnell. “No Way Out," 1, 3:05. 5:15, 7:25, 9:35. CAVAV Double Feature: Richard DAYUI Denning In "Harbor of Missing Men.” at 6. 8:40: John Archer In "Destination Moon.” at 7. 9:40. CrrA 811v’er Spring, Md. Free ParL OEiwU ing. Double Feature: Wil liam Holden In "Union Station." at 6:25. 9:40: Loretta Young In “Fury in the Sky." at 7:50. CM Silver 8prlng. Md. Free DelaVUI Parking. Richard F id mark. Linda Darnell In "No Way Out.” at 1. 3:10. 5:20, 7:30. 9:40. TAVAIfA Pres Parking. Double IHAUnA Feature: John Wayne In "Flame of the Barbary Coast." at 6:30, 9:35: Macdonald Carey In "The law less.” at 8. VARV Ray MUland. Hedy Lamarr, a UMk Macdonald Carey In "Copper Canyon." at 6:30, 8:10. 9:45. Fair lawn Amnsemoni Co. HIGHLAND 2535 YVONNE DE CARLO and RICHARD GREENE In "THE DESERT HAWK.” In Technicolor, at 6:36. 8:16. 8:86. ATLANTIC Nicho1 jo"3*aooo°n,k * JOEL McCREA and WANDA HENDRIX In "SADDLE TRAMP." (Technicolor) at 6:20, 8:10. ~9:6> FAIRLAWN y? 2 Reissue Hit,! JOHN WAYNE In "AD WALTE8R R EN N AN *ln "F$RT*Alf SEA." at 7:16. 6:66. CONGRESS "To'V™" JOEL McCREA. ELLEN DREW. "STARE IN MY CROWN." at 6:16. 6. 6:46 ANACOSTIA ,<s,!°^AxHTi4M GREER GAR0ON and WALTER PHX> 5F7. 8n CORAL Morlbara Pika at Diet, llna bunnie H, 3,S1 fr## Pofkt JOAN CRAWFORD in "HARRIET CRAIG," at 6:16, 8. 8:60 LAUREL low,#1, Md lenvnbla laurel 113 4t Regular Priceal INGRID BERO MAN In "JOAN OP ARC" (Technleotof). CAPITOL ^p"0' Md. vox a * vie hi. 4740 JANE WYMAN and KIRK DOUGLAS in "THE GLASS MEN A OERII," O 55, U..e5. ti § >5 g>< ZZ © ^ A <a "O © g Si M STATE "JO PLEAS* A lady!* aAVoable. bar. BARA STANWYCK. HUP-* »**"« SRI INRTIIN "TOAST OP NEW naitinu l Un Orleans." Kath ryn ORAYSON. MARIO LANZA. WILSON CLARK^GABLE. ^BAR BARA STANWYCK. SCBTAM "PETTY GIRL " JOAN AaBIUn CAULPIELD. Color br Technicolor. BUCKINGHAM 7£&8Tofr. LEANS." KATHRYN GRAYSON, MARIO LANZA. PI POP "COPPER CANYON." RAT IlLLDb MILLAND. HEDY LAMARR. DVDT1 "TWO FLAGS WEST." Hi HU LINDA DARNELL. JOSEPH COTTEN. JEFFERSON Ti\cf?x ^ FLYNN, PATRICIA NEAL. |),'k» 1723 King it Alex. 3443 n"r* Parking Space GALE STORM. DONALD O’CONNOR. •CURTAIN CALL AT CACTUS CREEK." VIRGINIA ^L^ii’*’* JOHN PAYNE. MAUREEN O’HARA, "TRIPOLI.” In Technicolor. CENTBE Fairiington, Vo. If. 10M “TWO FLAGS WEST." JOSEPH COT TEN, LINDA DARNELL SHIRLINGTON "THREE SECRETS." ELEANOE PARKER. PATRICIA NEAL._ mil n ™< Ml. V. lun ATE. btllMf ALEXANDRIA, V OV. 35A« LINDA DARNELL. RICHARD WIDMARK 1^ “NO WAY OUT." 7 T.M. toot.