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The Passing Show
Howard U. 'Hamlet' Best
Of Its Drama Offerings
By Joy Carmody
On the surface, it is lamentably mismatching play and players
when any save the most gifted performers take on "Hamlet.”
It is tradition that in any such case, both the greatest of dramas
and the most reckless of casts shall lose—with the audience a third
Well, tradition is being pleas
antly interrupted at Howard Uni
versity this week where “Hamlet”
is being played by a company of
professional and student per
formers under the perceptive and
artful direction of Owen Dodson.
This is not merely the most am
bitious venture in the university’s
drama history, it also is the most
interesting.
Neither Spaulding Hall’s minia
ture stage nor the limited experi
ence of even the ablest members
of the company is permitted the
implication that this is a mid
summer folly. Frankly, that is
what this reviewer anticipated
and never has he been more de
lightfully wrong.
The provocative essence of this
“Hamlet” is supplied by Dr. Dod
son’s staging of the tragedy with
in the minute area available and
the intelligence and energy the
professionals inject into the key
roles. There is an apparent pro
found influence of John Gielgud’s
“Hamlet” in both the direction of
the playing of Earle Hyman in
the title role. This is an evidence,
of course, of no more than good
taste cn the part of both the di
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aid's “Hamlet.”
Hyman’s Prince is a neurotic
with a voice that makes a rang
ing music of Hamlet's agonized
indecision. The Negro actor is a
lithe, youthful and dynamic fig
ure who never loses awareness
that his distraught Prince has a
singularly sensitive mind. He
moves through the role with an
arresting surencss of touch that
Is the play's best feature.
It is by no means, however. Its
only interesting one. Carolyn Hill
Stewart is a captivating Ophelia
who might well increase the emo
tional unbalance of so delicately
tuned a Prince. It is a thoroughly
professional perfor- unce she
turns in and so are those of Aus
tin Briggs-Hall as the bumbling,
classically comic Polinius, Claire
Leyba as Hamlet’s unsainted
mother, and Frederick Wilkerson
as King Claudius.
The competence of these and
of Robert Brown and Louis Stan
ley Paige among others is suffi
ciently provocatfc’e to divert at
tention from the unevenness of
the production in the minor
reaches of the cast.
Kermit Keith's production is a
revelation of intelligent use of
limited dimensions in a play of
•uch unlimited range.
The Howard U. “Hamlet” wall
close with tonight’s performance
but it will be remembered by those
fortunate enough to see it as the
best production in the school’s
drama history.
* * * *
Next testing playwright to be
taken on by a college acting group
i is Bernard Shaw, a dramatist who
frequently thought of himself in
j Shakespearian terms.
Shaw’s “Misalliance,” will be
presented in six performances
;next Monday through Saturday at
Catholic University theater. “Mis
alliance.” a chronological sequel
to “Candida,” “Arms and the Man”
and "The Doctor’s Dilemma,” is
a comparatively abrupt Shavian
work. It runs a brief, waspish two
hours in which summer audiences
—or any other kind—get numer
ous samples of the reproofs the
author administered to humans
and their institutions.
Bill Callahan and Teddy Marie
Kinsey, a pair of outstanding CU
actors over the last several sea
sons, have directed “Misalliance.”
* * * *
An enchanted sort of incoher
ence has settled upon the manage
ments of the Apex and Hiser
neighborhood theaters. Both are
! playing “The Great Caruso,” and
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week, the first time in their' his
tories that such a thing has
happened.
* * * *
Saturday summary: In addi
tion to “The Great Caruso,” films
of more than average merit now
playing in the outlying movie
houses also include “Strangers On
A Train,” “Teresa,” “Hard, Fast
and Beautiful,” “The Mudlark.”
“Bitter Rice” and "Appointment
;With Danger.” . . . From “East
Lynne,” last week, McLean's Sum
mer Theater turns this week to
Paul Osborn’s more contemporary
comedy, “The Vinegar Tree.” . .
As a community taeater, McLean
is proud to be attracting cus
tomers from everywhere, includ
ing Alaska. . . . There will be two
newcomers in Arena Stage’s cast
of “The Importance of Being
Earnest,” Marion Sitler who
has played with Guild summer at
tractions, and Ethel Casey, Syra
cuse U. graduate. . , . Fairlington
Players will present Noel Coward's
“Red Peppers” as their second
outdoor, theater - in - the - round
production July 25 and 26. . . .
Touring the Sidney Lust theaters
hereabouts this week and next arj
Sally Montana and her Plains
men. . . . They are doubling be
tween the Cheverly and Cameo
theaters tonight. . . . “The Com
mon Glory,” Paul Green’s pag
eant play at Williamsburg, Va.,
played its fifth anniversary per
formance this week.
Where and When
Current Screen Attractions and Time of Showing
Stage.
Arena—“The Scarecrow”; 2:30
and 8:30 p.m.
Carter Barron Amphitheater,
Rock Creek Park—“Faith of Oui
Fathers”; 8:40 p.m.
Screen.
Ambassador — “Sirocco”; 1:16
8:15, 5:20. 7:25 and 9:35 p.m.
Capitol—“Strictly Dishonorable”;
10:30 a.m., 1:15, 3:50, 6:25, 9:10
and 11:45 p.m. Stage shows:
12:55, 3:00, 5:35, 8:20 and 10:55
p.m.
Columbia—“Excuse My Dust”;
12:45, 1:15, 3:45, 6:15, 8:45 and
11:15 p.m.
Dupont—“Kon-Tiki,” 1:05, 2:55,
4:45. 6:30, 8:20, 10:10 and 12 p.m.
Keith’s—“Cyrano de Bergerac”;
11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:25, 5:30, 7:35.
9:40 and 11:45 p.m.
Little—“Born Yesterday”; 12:30,
2:20, 4:10, 6:00, 7:55, 9:45 and
11:30 p.m.
Metropolitan—“Sword of Monte
Cristo”; 11:15 a.m., 120. 3:25,
5:30, 7:35 and 9:40 p.m.
National—“The Great Caruso”;
11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:25, 5:30, 7:35
and 9:40 p.m.
Palace — "Show Boat”; 10:30
a.m., 12:40, 2:55, 5:05, 7:20, 9:30
and 11:40 p.m.
Pix—“Joan of Arc”; 1:00, 3:20,
5:40, 8:00, 10:20 p.m. and 12:25
a.m.
Playhouse — “Tales of Hoff
mann”; 2:30, 5:30, 8:30 p.m.
Plaza—“The Dancing Years”;
11:45 a.m., 2:20, 5:00, 7:40, 10:20
p.m. and 12:30 am.
Trans-Lux — “First Legion”;
11:30 a.m., 1:25, 3:10, 4:55, 6:40,
8:25, 10:10 and 11:45 p.m.
Warner—“Sirocco”; 11:15 a.m.,
1:20, 3:25, 5:35, 7:40, 9:50 and
12 p.m.
Mayor of Tuckahoe
Indicted in Gambling
By the Associated Press
WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., July 21.
—Mayor Milton A. Gibbons of
Tuckahoe, father of the Police
Athletic League (PAL) movement,
has been indicted and arrested
with two other persons on charges
of conspiracy to violate State gam
bling laws.
The other defendants are Jo
seph E. Venuti, 36, of Tuckahoe,
chairman of the Eastchester Dem
ocratic Town Committee, and Mrs.
Mary Hayes, 41, of Yonkers,
daughter of the late Yonkers Police
Capt. John Beary.
Mayor Gibbons, who founded
the forerunner of the PAL groups
to combat juvenile delinquency in
1930, is a 51-year-old retired Tuck
ahoe police sergeant.
The three were accused in a
sealed indictment handed down
Thursday by a grand jury in
White Plains, the Westchestei
County seat. Details of the
charges were not made public.
Mayor Gibbon s—saying he
wanted to be cleared of “village
gossip”—was one of a number oi
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Attorney George M. Fanelli’s cur
rent gambling investigation.
Reds' Korean Casualties
Estimated at 1,213,544
The Army estimated yesterda;
that the Chinese Communists an<
North Koreans had suffered 1,
213,544 casualties in the Korea)
war through July 13, an increas
of 10,616 in a nine-day period.
Only 71 prisoners of war wer
picked up by the United Nation
forces during the period, and al
were Chinese. The summar
showed that the U. N. forces hav
bagged a total of 156,091 Korea:
Red prisoners, and 17,453 Chines<
The estimate showed 611,09
North Korean casualties and 602,
453 Chinese.
City Split in Two by River
MANILA.—This city is split int
two parte by the Pasig River. :
covers a total area of about 1
square miles.
Town Which Made
Zeppelins Protests on
Roar of U. S. Planes
By the Associated Press
FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Ger
many, July 21.—Friedrich
shafen, once the home of Ger
many’s biggest Zeppelins and
seaplanes, issued a formal
complaint to the Western
powers yesterday: Allied
planes make too much noise.
The Town Council said
Allied fighter planes, includ
ing American jets, make an
“unbearable” roar ip their
flights over this industrial
city.
South Korea General
J
To Die; Misused Fund
By the Associated Press
PUSAN, Korea, July 21.—A
South Korean general and four
other officers have been sentenced
j;. x__i__•_ «* .
i utu j.ui labul^ auUut
$10 million in government funds.
A court-martial imposed the
sentences Thursday on Brig. Gen.
Kim Yoon Keun, former com
mander of the disbanded South
Korean National Guard, and the
other defendants.
Kim was among 10 officers
charged with misuse of funds in
tended for food. Sentenced with
Kim were his deputy, transport,
r finance and supply officers. The
. other defendants were freed.
The South Korean government’s
efforts to reorganize the National
, Guard was begun last January
' during the evacuation of Seoul
Jit was aimed at preventing a large
'manpower reserve from fall inf
j; into Communist hands.
J A qualified American official es
timated that about 7,000 reservist!
\ died because of malnutrition ant
, other ailments before the progran
1 was dissolved.
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PRETTY WASP—Marion Sit
ler, Arena Stage newcomer,
who plays the tart-tongued
Lady Bracknell in Wilde’s "Im
portance of Being Earnest.”
The classic comedy opens next
Wednesday at the New York
avenue theater.
Expert Tells Senators
i
Tax-Exempt Groups
Could Yield Billion
By the Associated Press
The Senate Finance Committee
was told yesterday the Federal
Government could get $1.1 billion
in additional revenue annually by
taxing organizations now exempt.
Ralph E. Burgess of New York,
representing the National Tax
Equality Association, made the
estimate. The association long
has urged taxation of farm and
other co-operatives.
Mr. Burgess, who is president
of the Commodity Marketing
Corp., said in a statement for the
committee the extra revenue
could be obtained in this way:
From mutual financial institu
tions including banks, savings and
loan associations, credit unions
and national farm loan associa
tions—$444 million.
From mutual fire and casual
ty insurance companies—$60 mil
lion.
From co-operative marketing
and purchasing organizations
such as farm co-ops, consumer
co-ops and retailer-owned co-ops
—$264 million.
From Government corpora
tions—$412 million.
Mr. Burgess said the National
Tax Equality Association urges
that Government corporations be
taxed even though that would
mean taking money out of one
Government pocket and putting
it in another. He said such cor
porations. since they pay no taxes,
have a big price advantage over
private firms.
Mr. Burgess testified his esti
mate of $264 million to be ob
tained from taxing co-ops is much
more realistic than one of $113
million made by the Treasury. He
said the Treasury officials ac
cepted understated figures on
‘profits” made by the co-ops.
Assailant Trapped
By Woman Gets
5-75 Year Term
A 21-year-old man yesterday
was sentenced to 5 to 15 years in
prison for assault with intent to
rape a woman who later led the
would-be attacker into the arms
of police.
District Court Judge Richmond
B. Keech sentenced Leon R. Tay
lor. colored, of the 1600 block of
Corcoran street N.W., who was ac
cused by his intended victim of
leaping into her car, threatening
her with a knife, and cutting her
clothes.
The woman, who is white, par
ried Taylor’s demands by suggest
ing they go to her apartment. She
believed her husband and a friend
were waiting for her there.
Meanwhile, a search had started,
and a policeman, asked for help
by the friend, spotted Taylor and
the woman walking toward the
apartment. Taylor started to run,
but was quickly caught.
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Family trip 3 P.M. The lonaest boat cruise out of
D. C See the Historic Potomac Valley. National I
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Dance music. Adults, $1.26—Children. 75c.
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Hollywood Diary
Want to Play Quiz Game?
Here Are 30 Questions
-By Jack Quigg
HOLLYWOOD.
How closely do you follow the
Hollywood news? Here’s a way
to find out.
Today’s offering is a movie
quiz game. Each sentence gives
a clue to the identity of a well
known picture star. There are
30 altogether, and if you guess
20 or more you qualify as a pretty
close observer of the Hollywood
scene.
* * * *
Here are the hints, with the
ladies first:
1. She has six children.
2. She won fame as “the little
gal with the big voice.”
3. She wore her blonde hair over
one eye.
4. She was once a radio-quiz kid.
5. She uses fruit, flowers and
umbrellas as headgear.
6. She said: "If you want any
thing, just whistle.” ;
7. She was once an olvmDic
ice-skating champion.
8. She wants to be alone.
9. She was the original plati- '
num blonde.
10. She was the wife of the de
tective who hunted “the thin
man.”
11. She’s queen of America’s 1
"Royal Family of the Theater.”
12. Divorced from a clarinetist 1
and a pint-sized actor, she's now
iromancing a crooner. 1
13. She invented "oomph.”
14. She'S now too grown up to
wear her famous pig tails.
15. She developed her curves in
a swimming pool.
16. He pushed a grapefruit in :
Mae Clarke’s face.
Turkey Cool Toward
Middle East Role
By th» AsiocioUd Pr«»»
ISTANBUL, Turkey, July 21
Turkey is pleased by Britain s
withdrawal of objections to her
memlwvehin in fViA Aflont.ir nnrt ‘
but* is not yet ready to accept
British proposals ’ that Turkey be ,
made the principal defender of the :
Middle East.
British Foreign Secretary Mor
rison said Wednesday that Brit- :
ish objections to Atlantic pact
membership for Greece apd Tur
key were withdrawn.
He said Britain believed Greece
should be assigned to Gen. Eisen- (
hower's North Atlantic pact head-'
quarters command, but that Tur
key should become the northern,
defense outpost of the Middle
East, independent of Gen. Eisen- ■
hower.
The official radio Ankara re
I fleeted official and popular opinion
yesterday when it said:
“Turkey is at the same time a
European country as well as a
Middle Eastern country.
“It is as a European country
guarding Europe’s southern flank
that she would join the Atlantic
pact. This will not prevent her
playing an important role in the
defense of the Middle East when
the problems for this defense are
examined.”
Most Southerly Oil Field
BUENOS AIRES. —The most
southerly production of oil in the;
world is on the island belonging;
to Chile off the southern tip of
South America.
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- AT 8:40
FAITH
OF OUR
FATHERS
Orchestra, Chorus & Cast of 150
"Its music shines,H Home, POST.
"Circus uses and color." Carmodr.
STAR.
A summer "MUST,” O'Neill. NEWS.
See It . twice. ED. TIMES-HERALD.
CARTER BARRON AMPHITHEATRE
16th St. I Colorado Ave. N.W.
Comfortable Seats o FREE PARKINS
Tickets: 7fie: Reserved Seats SI.60—
Shoreham. Statler. WUUard Hotels.
17. He’s known in Hollywood as
"the king.”
18. He was radio’s Sam Spade.
19. His most famous line: “Mr.
Christian, come here!”
20. “Little Miss Marker” di
vorced him.
21. As a Navy pilot, he sank
several Jap ships in the South
Pacific.
22. He plays private eyes, now.
Cnee he was a crooner in musicals.
23. He’s billed as “king of the
;owboys.”
24. He was “the great lover.”
25. He invented the telephone
(on the screen).
26. He’s famous for his white
jeard.
27. His time is your time.
28. He’s the screen’s tenth
rarzan.
29. He began a new careed at
_nlavincr a hahv sit.t.pr
30. He has won a record three
icademy award “oscars.”
* * * *
The answers.
1, Maureen O’Sullivan; 2, Judy
Jarland; 3. Veronica Lake; 4,
/anessa Brown; 5, Carmen Mir
inda; 6 Lauren Bacall; 7, Sonja
rienie; 8, Greta Garbo; 9, Jean
rlarlow; 10. Myrna Loy; 11. Ethel
Jarrymore; 12, Ava Gardner; 13.
\nn Sheridan; 14, Margaret
J’Brien; 15, Esther Williams.
16, James Cagney; 17, Clark
Jable; 18, Howard Ruff; 19.
Charles Laughton; 20, John Agar;
11, Wayne Morris; 22, Dick Pow
*11; 23, Roy Rogers; 24, Rudolph
Valentino; 25, Don Ameche; 26,
Monty Woolley; 27, Rudy Vallee;
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50, Walter Brennan.
Slain Gl's Brother Tries
Suicide With Rattlesnake
By th« Associated Press
ILION, N. Y., July 21.—A carni
val worker was in critical condi
ion today from a snake bite
ncurred in what police said was
i suicide attempt prompted by his
mother’s death in Korea.
George Morgan, about 27. of
Camden, N. J„ put the head of
i deadly diamond-back rattler in
lis mouth Thursday night and
vas bitten on the tongue, police
>aid.
Police Chief Clifton Sitts said
t was ‘‘an attempted suicide.”
‘‘The boy was despondent over
lis brother’s death in Korea,”
-hief Sitts added.
Mr Morgan was wounded in sc
ion in World War II.
Britain’s current budget is its
hggest in peace-time history.
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The Atlas
Switches
To Drama
The Atlas Theater of the Ko
god-Burka chain will discontinue
its motion picture policy to house
a professional stock company, ac
cording to an announcement made
yesterday by Frank M. Boucher
general manager of the chain.
The 956-seat theater at 1331
H street N.E. has been leased for
presentation of stage plays by Wil
liam Robins, New York producer
director. Equity casts will be used.
The new policy will start August
7, with the opening performance
of a double bill including Anton
Chekov’s “The Door” and Jean
Paul Sartre's “The Respectful
Prostitute.”
Mr. Robins plans to follow the
same policy of good plays at
reasonable prices with which last
summer he broke Atlantic City’s
theatri6al jinx of 18 years’ stand
ing.
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TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES
APPY 4813 Mass. Ave. N.W.
nr WO. 4600
Doors open 12:45. 8how starts 1 P.M.
Two Great Technicolor Treats . . .
With the Sweethearts ol Songs . . .
MARIO LANZA and KATHRYN
GRAYSON In "THE MIDNIGHT
KISS.” At 4:15 and 8:05. Plus
"TOAST OF NEW ORLEANS.” At
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C 8pecial Children's Show at 1 P.M.
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C Doors open 12:30. Cont. 1-11. First
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O nlcolor! JOHN BARRYMORE. Jr.
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K 'a-hour Comedy_Cartoon Show.
U)< PI niVPR Piney (ranch Rd. and
MJ flow., Ave. JU. 7-7017
ej>< Doori open 12:30 P.M. ALLAN LADD
EH »nd PHYLIS8 CALVERT In "AP
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H "BEAU GESTE.” at 1 P.M. Only.
Also Cartoon Show,
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•< Doors open 12:45. Double Feature!
* VICTOR McLAGLEN In "LOST PA
TROL." 1:00. 4:00. 7:15. 10 P.M.
Plus Savage Thrills In "PRE HIS
TORIC WOMEN.” In Clnecolor!
2 50. 6:00, 8:50.

Free Gifts for the Kiddies.
Matinee Only!
8tarts Sunday. Two BIG HITS!
"THE GREAT CARUSO.” and "OUE
_ BEC." Both_in Technlcolor!
CRFCTraFl.T Greenbelt, Md. GR 2222
HatHHHHHH a Ajr Cond. Free Parkin;
•SEALED CARGO" DANA ANDREWS'
CLAUDE RAINS. Cartoon. 7 and 9.
flflri F 2,06 Po- Avt' N W- RE 0184
vlllubfa Air Conditioned
Today Only: RANDOLPH SCOTT. JANIS
CARTER In "SANTA FE" (TechnicolorI. at
1:35. 5. 8:30 Also ROSALIND RUSSELL.
RAY MILLAND. EDMUND GWENN In "A
WOMAN OF DISTINCTION." at 3. 6:30.
10._ _
HISER-BETHESDA74
Air Conditioned
HELD OVER! BY DEMAND!
First time In our 22 year history a
film has been held over for a 2nd
week!
MARIO LANZA in
“THE GREAT CARUSO”
Technicolor. At 3. 5:05. 7:20, 9:36 PM.
PARI/ Savannah St. at 13th ST. S E.
rnnn , B(od[ off Aio Av. JO 2.2233
Air Conditioned
JACK CARSON. "MR. UNIVERSE." 12:20.
2:55 5:26. 7:50. 10:10. plus CHARLES
8TARRETT in "TRAIL OF THE
RUSTLERS.” 2. 4:30. 6:55. 0:20.
PARM TWA ”'h and N. C. Avo. S.E.
IrAnULlHA Air Cond. u 5,447,
TIM HOLT In "BORDER TREASURE."
BOWERY BOYS in "MASTER MINDS."
CTAHTItM fh and c st>. n.e.
ainniun Ajr Cond u 4.946B
GENE AUTRY In “THE BLAZING SUN.”
"NABONGA.” Auction Nite Every Sat
Nile._
GEORGETOWN ,35:dw,bs,00ave
"Tho Community Art Cinema”
Air Conditioned
Exclusive Showing! Last 3 Days! VIVIAN
LEIGH and LAURENCE OLIVIER In
"THAT HAMILTON WOMAN” with ALAN
MOWBRAY. HENRY WILCOXON.
GLADYS COOPER and SARA ALLGOOD.
Doors Open at 1:30 P.M. Feature at 1:45.
3:48. 5:51, 7:54.. 9:57 P.M.
Fairlawn Amusement Co.
ALL THEATERS AIR CONDITIONED
HIGHLAND * *
ALAN LADD In "APPOINTMENT WITH
DANGER." at 1:40. 3:55. 5:50. 7:45.
riua OttUW!
(Mat, only).__
ATLANTIC Nichos',* * ^0an,it
STEPHEN MaNALLY' In ' "APACHE
DRUMS." in Technicolor, at 2:00 4:15.
|ock'8H5OWft!:40(M.Pt,USon?yI1ANT CAR'
CONGfiESS 2931 S E
RICHARD GREENE and BARBARA
HALE In “LORNA DOONE." In Techni
color. at 1:55, 4:16. 0:05. 7:55. 9:50
Plus "A DAY WITH THE FBI.” GAINT
CARTOON SHOW (Mat. only). FREE
COMICS to each child attending the
matinee!
ANACOSTIA UsiEGooAxHo£,24Rd:
STEPHEN McNally' In “APACHE
DRUMS. 'In Technicolor, at 1:65. 4:10.
S-0:». 8.00,9:55. Also “A DAY WITH
silnsMw t P1Y» GIANT CARTOON
SHOW (Mat, only).
C0RAI Marlboro Pike at Oist. Line
UVlUUe HI. 5151 Free Parking
anS VIRGINIA MAYO
in ••ALONG THE GREAT DIVIDE." at
1:50. 4:10. 0:00, 7:55. 9-45 Plus
GIANT CARTOON SHOW! (Mat, only *
LAUREL laur,|«M<J
“ ***. Laurel 113
Double Feature. RICHARD WIDMARK
*P . HALLS OF MONTEZUMA.” in
STALLION^'* PU* THE PIGHTING
CAPITOL Capitol Heights! Mdi
. ^ HI. <740.
Feature: SPADE COOLEY tw
OUTLAWS.” at 1:20, 3*50
ELVrav6°in WEaAiX?J^5^OTHERS “d
„ln a SHEPHERD OP THE
§ZARKS. at 2:20. 4:50, 7:20 9 50
Plus TWO CARTOONS!
THE VILLAGE V &
nSmSH* McNALLY in "APACHE
3^1:43. <7*43.P9?41gr^ “ 1:*3'
NEWTON 12,h 4 NE
5£5?.£RA HALE In "LORNA
POONE” (Technicolor). *t 1:18
A;2 6. 6:08. 7:60, 9:35. SPECIAL
g.N l P.M. SHOW ONLY: ROY
HOOD1''8 lD ‘TRAIL OF ROBIN
JESSE18th * IRVING STS. N.E.
dbddb DUpont 9861
JEFF ,gHANDLER In "SMUGGLER'S
ISLAND (Technicolor), at 1:21
4.19- 7:0*. 8:47. BILL "HOPALONG
CASSIDY BOYD in “STRANfiF
GAMBLE,** at 2:36, 5:34, 1118. _
VERNON 3707 Mt- v,rnon a»».
Ybnnun Al.x Va Al#x 2424
KIRK DOt)GLAS In "ALONG THE
GREAT DIVIDE" at 1:20. 4:25,
6:05. 7:45. 9:25. SPECIAL AT 1
P.M. SHOW ONLY: “THE BOWERY
BOYS in “FIGHTING FOOLS." at
2:45. _
€JT RTP “Al Jennings of Oklahoma,''
dll*l*i Dan Duryea, Gale Storm.
I PP “Bedtime for Bonzo,” Ronald
■*“■* Reagan, Diana Lynn.
ARLINGTON Th« o^t~ca
m u 1 “ ruso,” Mario Lanza
and Ann Blythe.
lint «nv “Bedtime lor Bonzo,"
TTUidUll Ron,w Reagan, Diana
Lynn.
1CHTIUI ‘Three ~Guyz Named
Han 1 un Mike," Van J o h n s o n,
Jane Wyman.__
Cl PSP “Along the Great Divide,"
HlsUlfc Kirk Douilli, Virginia
Mayo.
BUCKINGHAM
Stephen McNally,
Coleen Pray,
DVftn “The Great Missouri Raid,”
DinU Wendell Corey. Ellen Drew.
irrmtCMI “Only the Valiant.”
1 »»aun Gregory Peck. Bar
bara Payton.
FAIRFAY Fairfax, Va., Phone 786
Air Conditioned
"UNDER THE GUN,” RICHARD CONTE.
AUDREY TOTTER._’
WARNER BROS. THEATERS
ALL WARNER BROS. THEATERS
COMFORTABLY AIR-CONDITIONED
For Information Phone RE public 0800
MATINEE TODAY ALL TH RATERS
AMBASSADOR
J. Cobb, ‘‘Sirocco." 1:15. 3:15. 6:20,
7:25. 9:35.
lyil AU Mario Lanza. Ann Blythe.
nitlLUn -The Great Caruso"
(Tech ). 3:05. 5:15. 7:25, 9:40; Robert
Mitchum. ‘The Red Pony." 1:35 only.
AYE. GRAND £S?X
cos.” 1:50, 5:10, 8:30; Ann Dvorak.
‘‘I Was an American Spy.” 2:60. 6:10,
9:30, plus hall hour cartoon show,
nrvrniv free parkino.
DbVMUil Stephen McNally,
“Apache Drums." 2:30. 6:15, 9:40;
George Raft. “Lucky Nick Cain." 1:05,
4.50, 8:15. Half hour cartoons—matl
nee only._
r>| lfppT Free Parking. Barbara
»*•••» Hale, Richard Greene,
“Lorna Doone" (Tech.), 2:20, 4:15. 6.
7:50, 9:45; “Blue Grass of Kentucky,"
Cinecolor, 1:00 only.
rrilTPM Louis Hayward. “House
wElfllllJMs Kv th. P!v,r " V> OR
3:55, 7:25, 10:55; Dana Andrews,
' Sealed Cargo," 11, 2:25, 5:55, 9:25.
mi ft||V Ginger Rogers, Jack Car
UUbUIVI 50n, -“phe Groom Wore
Spurs." 1, 4. 7, 10; John Carroll, Marie
McDonald. "Hit Parade ol 1961,” 2:36,
5:35. 8:35._
imnirav David Brian, Arlene
AblMbUI Dahi, "inside Straight.”
1, 4:15, 6:15, 7:55, 9:40; "Blue Grass
ol Kentucky.” 2;25 only._
DI-UN Barbara Hale. Richard Greene,
a bun "Lorna Doone,” 1, 4. 7, 10:05;
Richard Conte. Audry Totter, "Under
the Gun,” 2:35. 5:35. 8:40._
enufiv Gary Cooper, "You’re In the
dATUI Navy Now," 1, 2:40. 4:20.
6:05, 7:45. 9:30._
Crf*A Silver Spring. Md. Free Park
dbvU ing Qienn Ford, Anne Baxter,
"Follow the 8un,” 2:50. 6:15, 9:26;
"Old Frontier” 1:50, 6:15, 8:25. Spe
cial Morning cartoon and comedy show
—Doors open 10:45. Final Chap.,
"Overland With Kit Carson."_
CUrilin A N Barbara Hale, Richard
dnblHVAn 0reene, “Lorna Doone."
2:30. 4:15. 6. 7:45, 9:35; "Young Dan
lel Boone,” 1:20 only._
Cll vrn Silver Spring. Md. Free
dabYbll Parking. Barbara Hale,
Richani Greene, "Lorna Doone,” 2:30.
4:30, 6:10, 8. 9:50; "Young Daniel
Boone.” 1:00 only. _
Free Parking. Charles
Starrett, ’’Across the
Badlands.” 1:45, 5:15, 8:20; John Mills,
“Operation Disaster." 2:40, 6:10, 9:13.
Three Colorlul Cartoons. _
TIVOLI Barbara Hale. Richard
11T Ubl Greene, “Lorna D o o n e,"
2:50, 4:30, 6:10. 7:50. 9:30; "Blue
Grass ol Kentucky." 1:00 only._
IIDTAWM Alan Ladd. “Appointment
Ur lunn Wlth Danger,” 1:30, 3:30,
5:30. 9:35.
SUNSET DRIVE-IN lV*r7Pk*
Bet. Columbia Pike * Shirley H’way
Open 8 P. M. TODAY ONLY
JOHN WAYNE in "BACK TO BA.
TAAN," at 9 and 12; Plus "BEAUTY
ON PARADE.” 10:50. Owl Show To
night. "BACK TO BATAAN.” at 12.
Sun., “711 OCEAN DRIVE” and
"PEGGY.” $1.00 Plus Tax a Carlull.
AIRPORT DRIVE-IN oT.ing?(Sii
“GUN CRAZY.” PEGGY CUMING8.
JOHN DAHL, at 9:05 and 12:20. plug
"CALIFORNIA PASSAGE,” FORREST
TUCKER, at 10:45. Cartoon. Lo
cated In Arlington on U. S. Route 1.
One mile south of the 14th St. Bridge.
Five minutes from Downtown. Kids
Free!! Sunday: “APACHE DRUMS”
& "RACHEL AND THE STRANGER.”
E. M. LOEW’S MT. VERNON
OPEN-AIR DRIVE-IN
Rt. 1, 3 Milts So. of Alex., AL. 7050
Owl Show Tonight! ROD CAMERON
and WAYNE MORRIS in “STAGE TO
TUSCON." in Technicolor, at 8:55,
12. Second Hit! LIZABETH SCOTT
and DON DEFOE in "DARK CITY,” at
10:45. Children Always Free! Free
Playground. Pony Rides and Monkey
Zoo. open 8-8:55. Sun.-Mon.: Two
Sensational Hits! "TABU” and "8AV
AGE BRIDE.” Daring. Different._
Open 7:30 p.m. Abbott
& Costello. Frank
Buck in “Africa Screams," at 9:07.
1:16. and Cary Grant, John Garfield
in “Destination Tokyo,” at 10:51.
Sun.-Mon., "Apache Drums."
HYATTSVaLE IVWiS!
ers and Trigger in “Sunset in the
West” (Trucolor), and Jack Carson.
Janis Paige, Robert Alda in "Mister
Universe." Last complete show. 8:52.
Sun.-Mon.. "Inside the Walls of Fol
som Prison,"__
CHEVERLY °Bcn 12:3°p m- °n
w““-■ ***•“4 stage in Person:
Stars of Screen. Stage and Television
in a rollicking round-up of Cowboy
Songs and Comedy. ‘The Sally Mon
tana Western Revue,” 2:30, 6, 9:10,
plus “Frisco Tornado" and "Quebec-1
(Technicolor). Last complete show,
8:05. Sun.-Mon., “Apache Drums.”
MARLBORO
In "Twilight in the Sierras" (Tru
color. and Bud Abbott. Lou Costello
in "One Night in the Tropics.” Last
complete show. 8:15.
TOMORROW ON STAGE IN PER
SON: Stars of Screen, Stage and
Television in a rollicking round
up of Cowboy Songs and Comedy.
"The Sally Montana Western Re
vue." plus "My Darling Clemen
tine.”
K&vwnnn B*‘-sun.. Aiin^LTda,
It« I TT UUU Jan sterling in "Ap
pointment with Danger," at 1, 2:40.
4:25, 6:10, 7:55, 9:40.
r&Mrn °pen 12:30 P.m. on Stage
VftllbU 1n Person: Stars of
Screen. Stage and Television in a rol
licking round-up of Cowboy Songe
and Comedy. "The Sally Montana •
Western Revue.” at 3:30 and 8:05,
plus Johnny Mack Brown. Gail Davis
in "Six Gun Mesa.” and "Mountain
Rhythm.”* Sun.-Mon., "Last Out
post" and "Sealed Cargo." *Last
complete show, 9:11.
Mini Sat.-Sun.. Stephen Mc
niuabn Nally coleen Gray In
"Apache Drums” (Technicolor), at 1.
3:15, 6, 6:40, 8:20, 9:55.
BETHESDA ■ a i a n
DIilflL^UH Ladd, Phyllis Calvert
in "Appointment with Danger,” at 1.
2:45. 4:30, 6:15. 8. 9:45,_
VITOC Mil I °pen !2:30 p.m.
VILna PlILL Abbott & Coatello ,
in “Africa Screams,” and Jack Car
son. Janis Paige in "Mr. Universe.”
Last complete show, 7:66. Sun.-Mon.
"Apache Drums.”
MILO °pen 1:46 p m. Johnny
saaaslf Mack Brown, Jane Adams in
"Outlaw Gold" and Errol Flynn. Dean
3tockwell, Paul Lukas In “Kim"
(Technicolor). Last complete show.
8:10. Sun.-Mon., "Along the Great
Divide.”
Bern 1723 Kin® **” A|*x 3443
uisut Ajr Cond porkiofl Spot.
ROBERT RYAN. CLAIRE TREVOR.
"BEST OF THE BADMEN.”
VIRGINIA Memorial Blvd. 4 1st Sf.
vinaiMii Air Cond AUx 4IJ3
MICHELE MORGAN. HENRY VIDAL,
“FABIOLA."”•
CENTRE Fairlington. Vo TE. 1000
LORNA DOONE.” BARBARA HALE.
RICHARD GREENE. _
SHIRLINGTON
Souble Feature. “GUNPLAY" and
HOLLYWOOD STORY.”

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