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'American in Paris' Sets High in Screen Musicals By Jay Carmody It seems no exaggeration to say that "An American in Paris" is the most delightful movie musical ever made. Those could be reckless words, but there is about the new film at the Palace that rapturous quality that made “Oklahoma!" and “South Pacific” such enchanting landmarks in the theater. Like these, “An* American in Paris” is the perfect blending of the elusive elements that make* lor sheer delight. It vibrates with melody and movement and color, these three ornamenting a con tagiously gay story which is acted by gifted humans who are extra ordinarily happy in their work. There is nothing to do but join them in the joy of it. The particular talents most de serving of an ovation for “An American in Paris” are those of the late George Gershwin who wrote the music, and Gene Kelly, who acts, sings, dances and nar rates the picture. Notable sup port is provided by a dozen others, including Mile. Leslie Caron, a brilliant young Parisienne. It is Gershwin and Kelly, however, who put the irresistible lilt and cascad ing color into Metro's magic mu sical. * * * The champagne-like sparkle of Paris and the dazzling excitement of life there provide the atmos phere of “An American in Paris.” Naturally these represent an ec static break with the trappings of scores of imbecile musicals—and some that were not—in the past. As a hero worthy of Gershwin’s glittering score, Kelly is the per fect cmopanion for a larkish stay in Paris. He is a young painter,; abounding in energy and enthu siasm. He is a young man of integrity, but when a beautiful, wealthy young American heiress wants to become his patroness, well, what's an exuberant artist to do? Kelly does. The fly in this beguiling oint ment, however, turns up in the shape of a beautiful young French EVENING PARKING so* CAPITAL GARAGE 1B20 N. Y. Ave. N.W. Between 13th and 14 th DANCING. IQ te: sc | y Course f" DOWN 12.50 Der week MARION’S ?,K HOTEL CIIASTLETON. 16th A R Sts. N W DU. 6520 DANC A few dance lessons maj be all you need to make you a popular up-to-date dancing partner. Enroll today. 4 ^i-Hour Private Lessons s^00 Gay dance parties held for students. VICTOR 1730 Conn. Avo. Ml. 4340 Results guaranteed with onr lesson refund plan. Don’t Invite HIM! He Can’t Dance A Step! It that you she's talking about? If it is, don't waits any more time, learn to dance the easy Dale way . . . and you'll be dancing ot the very next partyl Call on ui and see how simple dancing can be. Foxtrot, Rumba, Tango, Mambo, etc. Try • Private lotion Today $1 Ne Appointment Needed STUDIOS ACROSS AMBUCA m 710 14th St. near G St. 8th FI. Phone NA. 2402 11 A.M. to 10 P.M. “AN AMERICAN IN PARIS." a Metro Goldwyn-Mayer picture, produced by Ar thur Freed, directed by Vincente Mlnnell. original and screenplay by Alan Jay Ler ner, songs by George and Ira Gersnwln. At the Palace. The Cast. Jerry Mulligan- Oene Kelly Lise Bourvler-Leslie Caron Adam Cook- Oscar Levant Henri Baurel-Georges Guetary Milo Roberts _ Nina Finch Georges Mattieu __ Eugene Borden Mathllde Mattieu _Martin Bamattre Old Woman Dancer.-. Mary Young girl, Mile. Caron. Although she i has a slight emotional commit ment to a Paris music hall star (Georges Guetary), the spectacular romance through which Mile. Caron and Kelly dance can have only one ending. * * * * The inspiration of Kelly’s most jzestful and winning performance is Gershwin’s musical score for j “An American In Paris.” It is an 'ideal album of the latter’s works that has been chosen for the songs and dances of the film. Running through the picture are such unforgettable numbers as “Nice Work If You Can Get It,” “Embraceable You.” “By Strauss,” “I Got Rhythm,” “Tra la-la,” “I’ll Build a Stairway to Paradise,” “Our Love Is Here to Stay,” “ ’Swonderful,” “Concerto in F,” and the title piece, “Amer ican in Paris.” These are songs not merely to encourage Kelly, Mile. Caron, Guetary and Oscar Levant to let their energies and talents fly, but to have the same effect upon the production. There is a call here for lavishness, but lavishness al ways restrained by good taste. So, not “The Red Shoes” or “Tales of Hoffman” or any other musical specializing in dazzling effects is the peer of “An Ameri can in Paris” in its visual effect. * * * * There is never a low moment in the musical at the Palace. Some are inevitably quieter than others, but only to permit the spectator to recover his breath before embarking upon another spectacular passage. These have been juggled with extraordinary skill by Director Vincente Minnelli, a camera wiz ard who achieves his greatest work in “An American in Paris.” The ultimately triumphant interval, of course, is the incomparably bril liant ballet which occupies the final 20 minutes of the film. This is the shortest 20-minute dance any one ever laid eyes on, as ex citing as it is beautiful in its re call of what it is like to be a student in Paris. Six months, it is said, went into this spectacular climax, one which visually reproduces the painting styles of such renowned French artists as Van Gogh, Rousseau, Renoir, Utrillo, Dufy and Lautrec. No six months of moviemakers time ever was better spent. Almost as brilliant, however, are a number of other great moments of the film such as the Artists’ Ball sequence, one in which Vocal ist Guetary climbs a “Stairway to the Stars,” and another in which Levant plays his brilliant “Concerto in F.” The scale of “An American in Paris” is huge, but it never dwarfs the romantic human story threading its way through the lavishness of it. It would be fool ish to miss the gayety and bril liance of it all. Cummings to Play 'Castles' in London HOLLYWOOD. Robert Cummings leaves for London and the lead in "Castles in the Air” when he completes “Small Wonder” here. It must be hard for Bob to tear himself away from his beautiful new home. It has everything: A carpenter shop in his bathroom, a swimming pool —with a diving board from his bedroom window, cold storage rooms for furs and meat. Joan Crawford is having a lot of movie scripts offered her in New York. And some plays, too— but what Joan wants is a really good love story to do for the j screen. How’s this for a sugges tion? Joan’s own life story as a movie. S. G. HJoy’fl emmt (El|mr Hug’s (tom (Eljmr TOPS IN ENTERTAINMENT ULINE ARENA TONIGHT—8:30 P.M. $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 Children Under 12—General Admission, 50c 4 RESERVATIONS FRANKLuLwiO Where and When Current Theater Attractions And Time of Showing Stage. Arena—"She Stoops to Con quer”; 8:30 p.m. CathoUc University—“The Tem pest”; 8:30 p.m. , Screen. Ambassador—“The Tanks Are Coming”; 1:10, 3:15, 5:20, 7:25 , and 9:35 p.m. Capital—“The Man With a , Cloak”; 11 a.m., 1:45, 4:30, 7:15 ’ and 10 p.m. Stage shows: 12:45, . 3:30, 6:15 and 9 p.m. Columbia—“The Desert Fox"; • 10:45 am., 12:35, 2:55, 4:20, 6:10, 8:05 and 9:55 pjn. Dupont—“The Emperor’s Night ingale"; 1, 2:30, 4:05, 5:35, 7:15, 8:50 and 10:25. Keith’s—“The Racket”; 11:45 a.m„ 1:50, 3:50, 5:55, 7:55 and 10:00 p.m. Little—“Pepe Le Moko”; 6:20, \ 8:10 and 9:55 p.m. Metropolitan — “A Streetcar Named Desire”; 10:45 a.m., 12:55, 3:05, 5:15, 7:30 and 9:45 p.m. National—“Katie Did It”; 11:00 a.m., 12:45, 2:35, 4:25, 6:15, 8:05 and 9:50 p.m. Ontario—“Rhubarb”: 1:15, 3;15, 5:15, 7:20 and 9:20 p.m. Palace—“An American in Paris”; 10:30 a.m„ 12:45, 3:00, 5:15, 7:35 and 9:50 p.m. Pix—“Outcast Girl”; 3:25, 5:50, 8:10 and 10:35 p.m. Playhouse—“The River”; 2:30 and 8:30 p.m. Plaza — “Minne, the Curious! Bride”; 10:30 a.m., 12:10, 1:50,' LOVELY LESLIE — Mile. Caron of Paris is not merely Gene Kelly’s charming danc ing partner in “An American in Paris,” now at the Palace. She also is his personal dis covery and one of M-G-M’s brightest new assets. 3:30, 5:10, 6:50, 8:30 and 10:10 p.m. Trans-Lux — "A Place In the Sun”; 10:55 a.m., 1:05, 3:15, 5:30, 7:40 and 9:55 p.m. Warner—“The Tanks Are Com ing’; 11 a.m„ 12:55, 2:55, 4:50, 5:50 and 9:35 p.m. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. JOSEPH BARBARA COTTEN' STANWYCK The Man With a Cloak LOUIS CALHERN • LESLIE CARON k mischa AUER Zj"r Hollywood Comedian America'* Favorite Singing Trio the mack triplets • L.V,,.. . Cturlow MR. BALLENTINE Jetting of Course . THE WONGS Oriental Gymnasts PEMr FimTt janyce Malletap Supreme Starts TODAY afi** CAPITOL::. ^ SHOWPIACE Of THE NATION'S CAPITAL MATINEE TODAY AT A THtATKt auiLO PRESENTATION « JEAN RENOIR'S COLOR RY TECHNICOLOR mi um Hum* • Mali. Doily ol 2:30—11 20. Ma SI.30 ft $1.80 (To, incl.l mm E>lro MoU Sou., Sum,, ft Moli ■IT:,* ol 5 30. Ivor al 8 30-11.20, KCOTI8 ) | .80 ft $2.40 (Tor Ind.l. loto Show Ivory Sal ol 11:30 P.M. 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F Near 10th METROPOLITAN "HOLLYWOOD PEEP SHOW” BURLESQUE 5$ a* $$ ip iiEMERJ Mllfl AMliTt WMT < 5TH i RECORD WEEK finmuM mtHM cuff mor wife A PLACE IN THE SUN OPEN 10:45 A.M. 14th at H N.W. "HiElUH WKTWt BWIUII THIS SUN., NOV. 11-4 Ml. IN CONSTITUTION HALL HEIFETZ IN rcix SECITAL Scats: I SO. 1.40, 1.00. S.00 (tad. tea) HATES CONCKHT BD1BAC 1100 O N.W. (la Campbell Masts Oa.) NA. 7141 stefavar Flaas dupont eWt HANS CHfctSTIM Mousurt 'em L NIGHTINGALE" WUlM HICISl TODAY'S NEIGHBORHOOD MOVIES CABOLINA JOHN WAYNE 11th end N C. Ave. S.E. II. 3-4471 SHE WORE A YELLOW, RIBEON:” DIANA LYNN. ‘TEXAS. 'EN.” BROOKLYN AND HEAVE CrWBTAR Minn. Ave & Been. Rd. N.E JUIHlUn Free Forking LU. 4-2600 Doori Open fl p m. ROBERT MITCHUM. j AVA GARDNER. "MY FORBIDDEN1 PAST.” 7:110. 10. SUSAN HAYWARD. "LOST MOMENT.” 6:05. 8:60. r&IRrST Fairfax. Va. Phone 786 IHMUIUk Free Forking “A MILLIONAIRE FOR CHRISTY ” FRED MAC MURRAY. ELEANOR PARKER. 7414 Wit W! 48 HISER-BETHESDA GREGORY PECK, SUSAN HAYWARD in “David and Bathsheba’ Ave. Technicolor. 6:30. 7:35. 9:36 p.m. For, this engagement only. Adults. 81.00;; Children 35c. Coming Sat.. One Day Only! "KING SOLOMONS MINES." CIBCLE 2106 Po. Ave. N.W. RE. 0184 Charles Dickens’ "OLIVER TWIST” with ROBERT NEWTON. ALEC GUINESS. FAYE WALSHE at 0. 7:55. 9:50. BISV SAVANNAH SI A1 13th ST. S.E. r Ann i |toct oft aio Ave io 2-2233 BEVERLY MICHAELS. “PICKUP:” LO RETTA YOUNG, "RACHEL AND THE STRANGER” Admission: Adults. 36c;‘ Children. 14c. Incl. tax._ Fairlawn Amusement Co. HIGHLAND Charles Dickens* at 6:55. 9:25. "OLIVER TWIST." ATLANTIC NithoSv A Atlantic 3-5000 FRED MAC MURRAY and ELEANOR PARKER In “A MILLIONAIRE FOR CHRISTY." at 6:15, 7:55, 9:40. CONGRESS 2931 S E RANDOLPH SCOTT In a reissue of “ABILENE TOWN." at 6:15. 8:55. Plus JOHN IRELAND In "BASKET BALL FIX." at 7:40, 10. AHACOSTIA L«RPflM« *2&£5 AND DELILAH." In Technicolor at 1:20. 3:56. 6:30. 9. PADll Marlboro Pike ot Diet, lino bVnAls HI 5131 Proa Parkin* CLAUDETTE COLBERT and ANN BLYTH In "THUNDER ON THE HILL." at 6:20. 8:05, 9:45. Laurel, rid. Laurel 113 MARK STEVENS and RHONDA FLEM ING in "LITTLE EGYPT." in Techni color. ______ CAPITOL CopBV« Md Double Feature: VAN HEFLIN and EVELYN KEYES In "THE PROWLER, at 6:00. 9:30. Plus "DRACULA 8 DAUGHTER." at 8. LAUREL IT'S MOVIETIME U. S. A. GO TO A MOVIE TONIGHT lnrv 4813 Mass. Ave. N W nrttA wo. 48oo First and Only Uptown Showing. ••DAVID AND BATHSHEBA" in Tech nicolor. With GREGORY PECK. SU SAN HAYWARD. 1. 3:05, 5:15, 7:20, 0:30. Prices This Engagement Only: Adults. Matinee: 60c: Evening, $1. Children, 35c at all times.__ ATI AC 1331 H St. N.E. ATLAS AT. 8300 CLIFTON WEBB. "MR BELVEDERE RINOS THE BELL.” GLENN FORD. GENE TIERENEY. "SECRET OF CONVICT LAKE." rf nwrn Rinay Branch Rd. and riallTTLII f|ow#r Ave. JU. 8-8100 Doors Open 6 P.M. FRED Mac MURRAY In “MILLIONAIRE FOR CHRISTY," at 6:25, 9:40; JOHN IRELAND In “BASKETBALL FIX," at 8:25,, Matinee Tomorrow: Children 9c. IIHW AD 58th & Alabama Ave S.E NAiLUK vi 4000 Doors Open 1:45 P.M. The Screen's Most Magnificent Achievement. '•DAVID AND BATHSHEBA' In Technicolor, with GREGORY PECK. SUSAN HAYWARD. '5. 4:25 6:55. 9-30. Adults: Matinee. 60c: Evenings. Si.00. children. 35c at all times. ONTARIO 17*h & Columbia Rd- N W' DE. 1807 Cont. 1 to 11. RAY MILLAND, JAN STERLING In "RHUBARB,’’ at 1:35. 3:40. 5:50. 8. 10:15. MacARTHUR 4859 MocArthui Blvd. OR 4400 Doors Open 6:15. 2 Big Hits! FRED MacMURRAY In "MILLION AIRE FOR CHRISTY." at 6:25. 9 45: VAN HEFLIN in "THE PROWLER." at 8:15.__ Family Bargain Hour, fi P.M. 7 P.M. Adults, 35c; Children. 9c. Bam 1723 King St., Alex 3443 laXiCuf Parking Space BUD ABBOTT. LOU COSTELLO. COMIN’ ROUND THE MOUNTAIN." VIRGINIA M*mwi,*vV33,,,s’ J. 8COTT SMART. JULIE LONDON. •THE FAT MAN." CENTRE Fairlington. Va TE. 1000 ‘A MILLIONAIRE FOR TOED MAC MURRAY, PARKER._ CHRISTY. ELEANOR Parkfairf ax OV 2500 •KANSAS RAIDERS." AUDIE MUR PHY. BRIAN DONLEVY. SHIRLINGTON STATE °n the staKe in person Revue Olorlfled." On the Screen, "Joe Palooka In the Squared Circle.”_ ARLINGTON Mitehnm. Jeanne Russell. WILSON "Mllllonatre for Christy.’ with Fred MacMurray. ■ CDTflll "Raton Pass" In Tech AilOlUn nlcolor, with Dennis Morgan. Cl rnr "Thunder on the Hill.” UlsEiDb Claudette Colbert, Ann Blyth. BUCKINGHAM £rkople wm Cary Grant, Jeanne Crain. RYRD "Quebec” ln Technicolor, with John Barrymore. Jr. JEFFERSON “David and Bathsheba” The Greatest Love Story Ever Told In Glorious Technicolor Starring Gregory Peck and Susan Hayward One Pull Week Matinee Each Weekday 2:30 P.M. Doors Open 18:30 P.M. GEORGETOWN 1331 Wii. Ave. AD. 1100 "THE COMMUNITY ART CINEMA** LAST DAY! BULWER LYTTON’S Dramatic Spectacle “LAST DAYS OF POMPEII” with BASIL RATHBONE, LOUIS CAL HERN. PRESTON FOSTER, ALAN HALE. PLUS! WALT DISNEY'S “NATURES HALF ACRE” Doors Open 4:15 P.hi. “POMPEII’' at 7:42 and 9:54 P.M. "NATURE'S HALF ACRE'' at 7:09 and 9:21 P.M. th and C St. NX LI. 4-V456 JOHN WAYNE “FORT APACHE:” FRANK LOVEJOir “I WAS A COMMUNIST FOR STANTON WABNEB BBOS. THEATERS WniSS^NC‘cnEL*ErB^',M MOVIETIME U.8.A. OO TO A MOVIE TODAY AMBASSADOR Tanks Are Comln*,” 1:10, 3:15, 1:30, Avalon-colont "Angels In the Outfield." fl 7:58, 9 45 AVE GRAND “» 8:Io, 9:o0 Walt Disney's "Alice In Wonderland. 8:35: "Nature’s Hall RrVTPI V ft" Parklni. Beverly VE.VE.1U. I Michael,, Hu«o Hass. :10 9:45. James War i-T-— Alden, "Code of the 0.15, 8:4o. "Pick Up/1 . ren, Deborah West/ C AL VEBTSHEBID AN »•T Hugo Haas. "Pick Up." , Michaels. __ 8. 8. 9:50. CENTRAL Burt L»nc**ter. "Jim ,, Thorpe. All American." J.i; t,.'0, 8:60 9:16. Edmund O’Brien, Fighter Squadron." 12:50. 4:15, 7:40. Joan •Who KENNEDY °0Ufl“' a Bennett, "Guy Came Back," B:15. 8. 9:55. PENN-TIYOLI “rt,orT pwk. Susan Hayward. 9"*/d and Bath*h*l>a." 1. 4:30. 7, SAVOY Gene Autry, •■Whirlwind." , . ®:1IH 8:66: Howard 8t. Y°ahrd." ST’ Meetl 8co,1“d SECO Bliver 8prln* Md. Free Park 1°*- Ethel Barrymore. "Kind Lady," 7:10. 9:46. "Tiger Fang. 6:15, SII.VTP silTCT Spring. Md. Gregory J p'ck- Susan Hayward. 7Dl*r19-30d Bith,hebl1'" 1:25, 4:46, TAKOMA ,n“ Parking. Paul Doug a imnwrin la5 Janet In the Outfleld,” 7:55: Van Heflin Evelyn Keyes. "The Prowler," 6:16, UPTOWN P*ul Dou*1»s. Joan Ben " " nett. "Ouy Who Came Back.” 2. 3:55, 6:60. 7:45, 9:40. M i H ■ ■ M M 3 4 E. M. LOEWS MT. VERNON OPEN AIR DRIVE-IN Rt. 1, South of Alex., at. ?aha PRm x=Hi,ts' “M 1D N IO H T JtMO8,2nBdUy,V Hit '’"MARIJUANA MADNESS." at 7* MNoRidv«« Iron?1??*' Door* °p“ ®'30- con* •MEET MEAJTEr THE SHOW” (Tech.). BETTY OR ABLET *t 7 Md ini"' 2^4^SPE.COMB THE CO? -Abbott and costello. at L4.5 J*r oo?L. Located in Arlington one mile south of 14th 8t. Bridge SUNSET DRIVE-INl—'^ Bet. Colombli Pike and Shlrle^DwT In' ••ONEESW^S°S^R^T\TOREf DRIVE-IN 801,0 8lvd* °* «•**»»»!• " in TO fl00 Open 6 p.m., start* 6:30. Grefory Sc^k- uSwS?.n H»vward. “David and a n dh 1 o'b*A d missd on ‘ t h” engagem en t 35c^: lnclUlFed 1 u, Chlldren (ov« •> HYATTSVILLE ™ for chrt**” “ SATURDAY. ALL-FAMILY SHOW. specially selected jfeatiire, "The Texas Ranter” and 4 Cartoons, 3 Stooges, Popeye, Bugs Bunny, Tom and Jerry. CHEVERLY ?*udet,te Colbert. w“** *““*** Ann Blyth, "Thun der on the Hill,” at 6:16, 8:03, 8:48. MARLBORO *obert Newton .Alee a anauiaivsiv Q u 1 ness. Charles Dfckens’ "Oliver Twist,” at 7:10, 9:10. KAYWOOO «0.t’?r‘ Ne*t°n. Kay at 7. 9:30. Walah, "Oliver Twist," CAMEO Open 6:46 p.m. Henry Fonda. Claudette Colbert .!P.ru.m‘„ ALon* the Mohawk” and ^8tate ^Penitentiary.” Last complete ailru N. h7 Ave. 6 E-W. Hwv. ftlslsUI SH 3322 Gregory Peck. Busan Hayward. “David and Bathsheba" (Technicolor), at 7, 9.30. Admission this engagement only: Adults. $1; Children, 35^_ Colbert, 'Thun BETHESDA A“'tV _ der on the Hill.” at 6:15. 8:06. » aa TOMORROW, ALL-FAMILY SHOW: “Abilene Town” plus Tom and Jerry. Popeye. Donald Duck. Virus Mil I Robert Newton, TlC.Ha PULL Kay Walsh, Charles Dickens’ "Oliver Twist,” at 7:10,9:10. Mil (I Rred MacMurray, Eleanor ISMsV Parker, "Millionaire for Christy," at 7:39. 9:16. I. Ave. Ml 9227 THE VILLAGE 307 * N.E. GREGORY PECK. SUSAN HAYWARD In "DAVID AND BATHSHEBA” (Technicolor), at 6:46 and 9:28. NEWTOR CLAUDETTE COLBERT In "THUN DER ON THE HILL." at 6, 7:47, 9:34. (Veer I8th and Irving Sts. N.t. DU. 9861 ROBERT ALDA In “THE BEAST WITH FIVE FINGERS." at 7:16, 9:67. BORIS KARLOFF In "THE WALKING DEAD," at 6:13, 8:64. VrniMN 3707 Mt. Vernon Ava. TUMUR Alex.. Vo. Alex. 2424 MARK STEVENS In 'TJTTTJt EGYPT" (Technicolor), at %T7:4ft 9:26.