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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. MONDAY. APRIL 13. 195.1 The Passing Show Cornelia's Even a Critic, Come to Think of It By Jay Carmody • Cornelia Otis Skinner, if anyone should ever ask you as the $ 1,000-question on a quiz program, is the theater’s most versatile ■woman. . . . She not only writes her own plays, directs and acts in them, but her literary output also includes biographies, profiles, humorous sketches and criti- cism. . . . Yes, criticism. Miss Skinner, as an author of glittering prestige, is frequently j asked by national publications to review books. ... It is an assign ment that she particularly rel ishes. ... Why? . . . Because as one whose performances, dra-: matic and literary, are so con stantly exposed to the criticism of others, it is sort of like leap ing over a wall. . . . She likes leaping over walls, decorously of course. ** * * COMING, A BOOK: Miss Skinner who closed her two sea sons’ run in “Paris ’9O” here Sat urday night is not through with the Paris of Henri de Toulouse- Lautrec. . . . Prodigious research j went into the writing of that i monodrama, which many of her admirers regard as her brightest' achieevment. . . . She has so i much material left over that she W'ants to do a book. . . Even has a publisher nagging her to do a book. . . . Pleasantly nagging. She has a notion to do the book while touring for 30 weeks in the Lautrec period play. ... "It sounds easy,” she says. . . . "But it isn’t. . . . This was a very hard play to do. with its 14 characters. . . . Between sleeping, eating and playing it, I found I had about four hours free each day. ... It didn’t seem too many hours to keep free, so I didn’t touch the book.” ** * * A DATE AT HARVARD: Miss Bkinner. whose monodramas and sketches give her a huge gallery of fascinating characters, would be happy to take them onto tele vision . . . Than which no me dium, this viewer thinks, has a greater need for fascinating characters . . . But Miss Skinner says, so many of them are Ra belasian characters. . . . Tele vision producers feel, perhaps not unreasonably, they need editing . . . Edit them, however, and they disappear. Right now, finishing a busy j are you ashamed to show your lace? Bpfe g if ms Jpjßl H jg gg j .. v / Wm | ' «« new TUSSY"Medicare” anti-blemish set works wonders to help hide and heal blemishes!' At last! A really effective aid for problem skin. This two-way treatment works wonders! • First, cleanse with medicated Tussy Creamy Masque. It cleans skin as no cream can. Actually “washes away” excess oil and grime that so many blackheads, whiteheads and pimples of acne “feed” on. Does more than cleanse; it reduces harmful skin bacteria because it contains hexa chlorophene! • Next, apply Tussy Medicated Lotion. Helps hide and dry up blemishes. Contains hexachloro phene to control bacteria. It’s skin-colored; doesn’t show on face under powder, so you can use it day and night. If you’ve tried ” everything ,” and could cry be cause nothing worked ... you’ll get new hope »ith this different approach! . £^ma „ y TUSSY |7§ anti-blemish set ONLY j|p | . ... . lla!!»ag".vw:al m^katea lotion At till lie t ter ■■■■■■■)(»■ firtip vmsmjmpMam gtore* mmmmm and triumphant run »in “Paris ’90,” Miss Skinner is in a mood to relax, shunning all clamorous I dilemmas. . . . Come June, she will plunge into a maternal phase, and see her six-foot, four-inch son graduated from Harvard . . . And help him with his dilemma instead of tackling her own. . . . His dilemma is that of all young men, whether to go immediately into the service or wait until he gets the call. ... His future?.... Yes, the theater figures in it, but rather in terms of directing or proudcing, not acting or writ ing. As to his inheritance of the Skinner acting talent, his mother has nothing to go on. . . . “The only time I ever saw him act he played a rat in ‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’ at the age of 7,” she says. . . . “It gives me little evidence to go on.” ** * * SLY AMBITION: After all her experience in the theater and writing. Miss Skinner finds her self with one unsatisfied ambi tion. . . . She and her good friend Margalo Gilmore want to play extras in a Metropolitan Opera production. . . . They would like to be villagers in, say, a production of “Faust.” ... With Roland Young, who is shorter than either of them, standing between them in the guise ( of a male villager. .. . Rudolph Bing, Met impressario who is not historically stuffy about opera and its traditions, might want to give this piece of casting a second thought. . . . A lot of people would pay to see Miss Skinner in the elaborate pantomine of an opera extra. . . . Including more than one drama critic admirer. While waiting for this unlikely invitation, and after Harvard’s commencement in June, Miss Skinner thinks she will return to Paris where her heart is still invariably young and gay. . . . She would like to be buried still deeper in material of the Lautrec 9 Hf jIF jig ||| ' mUf jmm BEST ACTOR?—Arthur Kennedy, who has collected a number of acting awards, is in line for another for his performance in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible,” one of Broadway’s current hits. He is tabbed as the critics’ choice for 1952-53. period before she finishes that book. No artist, she, to be feazed by the calls upon her energy. ** * * BULLETIN BOARD: David Bradley’s collegiate “Julius Caesar,” made by graduates of Northwestern University includ ing Charlton Heston as Brutus, will play three days at the Flower theater this week.. . . The dates, April 14-16. . . . Byron Rash and May Leisinger will head the Mt. Vernon players cast, in “Much Ado About Nothing” which will open at Undercroft Auditorium, 9th and Massachusetts avenue, Aprill 22. . . v Peter Jerome is directing. . . . George Washing ton University’s “All University Follies” will be presented Wednesday night at Lisner Audi torium. . . . Among the high light skits is one called “Peter Panned.” . . . The satirical sum mary of the college year is under the sponsorship of the Student Council. Where and When Current Theater Attractions And Time of Showing Stage. National—“ Oklahoma!”; 8:30 p.m. Screen. Ambassador—“ Trouble Along the Way”; 1:10, 3:15, 5:20, 7:25 and 9:35 p.m. Capitol—“Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation”; 11 a.m., 1:45, 4:30, 7:15 and 10 p.m. Stage: 12:50, 3:35, 6:20 and 9:05 pun. Columbia—“ Call Me Madam”; 11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:30, 5:40, 7:50 and 10 p.m. Dupont—“ High Noon”; 1,2:45, 4:30, 6:15, 8 and 9:50 p.m. Keith’s—“ Peter Pan”; 10 aun., 12, 2,4, 6, 8 and 9:55 p.m. Little—" Tonight We Sing”; 5:45, 7:50 and 10 p.m. MacArthur—“The Importance of Being Earnest”; 6:15, 8:05 and 9:55 p.m. Metropolitan—“ Hans Christian Andersen”; 11 a.m., 1:05, 3:10, 5:15, 7:30 and 9:40 p.m. Ontario—“ Anna”; 1:25, 3:35, 5:40, 7:45 and 9:50 p.m. Palace “Moulin Rouge”; 10:45 a.m., 12:55, 3:10, 5:25, 7:40 and 9:50 p.m. Playhouse—“ Come Back, Little Sheba”; 11:25 a.m., 1:25, 3:25, 5:30, 7:35 and 9:40 p.m. Plaza—“ Tonight We Sing”; 11:15 a.m., 1:35, 3:40, 5:50, 7:55 and 10 p.m. Trans-Lux—"Salome”; 11 a.m . 12:50, 2:45, 4:40, 6:35, 8:35 and 10:30 p.m. Warner—“ Trouble Along the Way”; 11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:30, 5:35, 7:40 and 9:50 p.m. DANCING. DANCING. Only Dale teaches you |t*s easier... more practical I ...and it costs less to learn! 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OFFER ENDS SOON! I R oe PRACTICE, PUN maS FRIENDS I | WEEKLY DANCE PARTIES Our 25th Washington Year DONMARmi 502 13th St. N.W. I 404 12th St. N.W. I 1124 Coen. Ave. EX. 3-4444 | NA. 8-8866 | RE. 7-1555 Journey in-Oz Appreciated By Children A venture into the enchanting Land of Oz was offered a young and appreciative audience at Constitution Hall Saturday af ternoon in a performance by the combined talents of the Na tional Symphony Orchestra and the Washington Ballet. The symphony, under the di rection of Howard Mitchell, ably accompanied the ballet troupe with the music of Sir Arthur Sullivan set to the popular “Ad ventures in Oz” stories by Frank L. Baum. This was the last ap pearance of the orchestra prior to its start on a four-State tour this week. Children filling the rows of the hall almost to capacity and the scattering of parents at tending them were most recep tive to Dorothy, portrayed by Marcia Barrett, and her en counters with such legendary groups as the Munchkins and the j Children of the Rainbow. The scenery of Jean Mont gomery Riddell with the bright costumes of H. Michael were colorful aids both to children receiving their initial introduc tion to the make-believe land and to others whose memories were refreshed by the story. The direction of Lisa Gardiner ; and Mary Day, who also did (the choreography, entertainingly brought to life the story-book personalities of the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, the Cowardly Lion, the Good Witch of the North and eventually the Wizard' himself. v j. r. Play at St. Thomas' The Parish Playerk of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church will produce the Kaufman and Hart hit “You Can’t Take It With You” at 8:40 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at the church, 1772 Church street N.W. E. MORRISON PAPER 00. 1009 Peoaa. Ave. N.W. 1951 Calendar* A A Diaritt w J iNA\ Loom Leaf, IXH Filing Supplies V For Your Office And All Supplies Phone NA. 8-2945 Hollywood Diary Joan's Film Awaits Censor's Approval ■— By Sheilah Graham HOLLYWOOD. Joan Fontaine’s film in Europe, “Decameron Nights,” can’t get the censors’ seal of ap proval and, until it does, can’t be released here. Evelyn Keyes is unloading her pre-Columbian statuary that she’d been storing at Cy How ard’s. She reckons she’s too busy fighting Lauren Bacall’s boxer dogs, and she’s too busy travel ing to be encumbered by such items. Esther Williams titles her tele vision show next fall, “Twilight at the Trails”—with Metro’s blessing. . . . Casting Director Solly Biano reports it was so quiet at Warners Tuesday that he saw two rabbits walking down a hall. ** * * Ginger Rogers’ Jacques Ber gerac, who doesn’t know a base ball from a matzoth ball, stumped experts corny and Gail Patrick Jackson when he asked during the seventh inning of a local ball game, “Why does every one stand up?” Four men and a girl—Doris Duke at the Mocambo, with her past husband, Porfirio Rubiro, and maybe her future husband, piano player Joe Castro, in the quartette. More trouble for Dick Haymes: Attorney William Spivak has filed a suit against the singer in Beverly Hills Municipal Court for $1,291.46 he allegedly owes the Hampshire House in New York. Ida and Eddie Cantor donned grease paint on Friday for “The Cantor Story” prologue and epi logue. They are the only parts Eddie appears in; Keefe Bras selle does the rest of the movie. Jack Palance photographs rugged on the left, romantic on the right. In “Second Chance,” they’re shooting him from the left. Dick Erdman, looking for a house, was told by a landlady— “no pets, no children, no parties, no drinking.” “How dya feel about human beings?” Dick de manded. . . . P. S.—He’s still looking. ** * * Shelley Winters looked very chic at Romanoffs Tuesday night with her press agent, Rus sell Birdwell, who has an un derstanding wife and lonely lady clients. AMUSEMENTS. NATIONAL* L “V “AMERICA'S FIRST THEATRE” Evst. Bi3o*Mats.i Wed., Sat. 2:30 “ 'Oklahoma' Still Enchanting" Carmodv. Star [NEXT MAT. WED. 2:30~| “World's Orsatsst _ Musical HH" COMPANY OF 75 /I \ f ★ ALL NEW i( I 1 A PRODUCTION fMhpft SEATS /! li AVAILABLE W M Box Office /* f : Open 10 a. m.- 1 k 10 i- m. I J* m BEG. NEXT SUN. 8:30 P.M. Mats: WeS.. Sat. A Sun. (April *6) COMING BACK FOR 8 DAYSI ALL NEW LAFFS AND MORE FUN Naw hilarious musical revue with that ‘'Yiddish” flavor. Starring the Lass and Fun Specialists: Barton Bros, e Lon Saxon • Marty Drake. Ricktc Larne and Velvel # Kathy Chong e Hr Sands # The Riviera*. BOX OFFICE SEAT SALE NOW! ; msr PICTURE IN WSTPRY'% , OF PKO KfITU'S . RiT » i • rose HOP OK* WAlt « i. 9”;?”' Disney’s! PETER OPEN 1 | •.«M9*MoiNsM^«aAmep Nans } ! BSMHOOUMIIty V eieusow* mmn m TRCMMCOAOe I WASHINGTON I FOREMOST THIATRI NATIONAL 8-1536—8-1587 SEATS NOW ON SALE 2 WKS. BEQ. APRIL 20 3 t HAROLD LANG f§ PAL JOty m 9 RT.Mfct’Cbch Inrt-tat Mskr Co.trorrtog WA CAROL BRUCE MAT.—WED.-SAT. astwnoau^Wdy/ rt Jerry Lewis gave the bride 1 away and Dean Martin was best man for the Sunday wedding of Ernie Gluckman, the strong nerved feller who directs their TV. . • • A TV series is cooking for Peggy Ann Garner and Jackie Cooper. Peggy isn’t too safe a bet since she bought that fast Jaguar. . . . And add sad sights. The little cars stranded on the highway outside Palm Springs—they’re not built for sand storms. There was a huge turnover of stars at Ciro’s for Katherine Dunham and her 21 wiggling supporters. But Rita Hayworth wasn’t there.... Faith Domergue was at the airport Tuesday night to meet Hubby Hugo Fregonese on his return from Mexico. . . . And Stewart Granger is waiting for Jean Simmons to finish “The Robes” to take her fishing below the border. , ** * * Greta Peck plans to be in Stockholm when Greg makes his picture there for 20th-Fox- • . . “High Nooners” Ned Washington and Dimitri Tiomkin wrote the title song for Gary Cooper’s “Return to Paradise.” . . . Peck is sidestepping Paris for now— to avoid any romance rumors. . . . And he won’t do the Count Luckner film in Hamburg before Fall. Kirk Douglas is recuperating at Cannes—he needs a rest after his film with Anatole Litvak. There must be a thousand trees with houses in them in this country. Dawn Addams has been swamped by real estaters’ offers ever since she went out on a limb in this column asking for a house up in a tree! Released by North American Newspaper Alliance. Army Band to Give Concert Thursday The United States Army Band will give the final Freedom Sings concert of the season at 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Departmental Auditorium, Twelfth street and Constitution avenue N.W. Wal«- ter Cassel, New York opera bari tone, will be guest singer. Tickets will be available to morrow, Wednesday and Thurs day from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1350 Pennsylvania avenue N.W. and in the lobby of the Raleigh Hotel. AMUSEMENTS. RdJLMiiii W Opee dT% DOMAIN SnvKHMOE I I I comedy sfqrf Heading a Big Show II THURSDAY-——— V““w*>eviiS4 a Arlene / H—k, (JM o*l*l —A — Stag* Show SOW Opee 10:45 |1 HUD OMR2*Hmf L Monim. HI »%»yßj®u®c II CSmgssr Ijv, ...si'a?-— ■~~Jf 9l^iS^pJuo!«»™l I H£LDiOUM t 2pNu*! I I I WINNERS OF ACADEMY AWARDS "BEST ACTRESS’>«| i SHIRLEY BOOTH I purHoustrr‘..”.. f tf EEST ACTOR” GARY COOPER ] I HIGH NOON j DUPONT | TRANS-LUX (€&I1 X 1707 De Sales St. N.W. ♦ CALL “ARMANDO" ♦ X Our Special Today X : GANNELONI : 6 Washington’s oldest and finest T ! Italian restaurant specialising la Y * fins and assarted Italian dishes. ♦ ♦ MIXED DRINKS ♦ Laaaaaaaoaaaaaaaaaaaaat AMUSEMENTS. | ll *M I 7-QS7t That “Quiet Man” has A New Kind Os Dame TO TAME John WayhE" **"■"*** TrouUe Along the Way* DONNA RHP CHAR US COEURW I /Use it ArtassMir «Sk» win i mlI Bt»***r -Week! Bring the Kiddies fimstw II u SMMiGMimrt Hans Christian Andersen Danny Kaye FARLEY GRANGER JEANMAIRE *«««"» TECHNICOLOR Stanley Wamsr’t t EE ***** Films of More Than Routine Merit. “THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH.” under the big top with DeMille. “IVANHOE,” the Taylor (Elizabeth and Robert) Academy Award contender. "NEVER WAVE AT A WAC,” Roz Russell and Marie Wilson in the Army. “THE QUIET MAN,” rollicking Irish jest by John Ford. “STARS AND STRIPES FOREVER,” Clifton Webb as John Philip Sousa. ' “THE STARS ARE SINGING,” pleasant musical introducing Rose mary Clooney. WINELAND THEATERS ANACOSTIA BARBARA STANWYCK in “JEOP ARDY" at 1:00, 3:55, 0:50. 0:50. VIVECA LINDFORS in “NO TIME FOR FLOWERS” at 2:30, 5:30. 8:25. HIGHLAND SE JEAN SIMMONS. VICTOR MATURE. ALAN YOUNG in “ANDROCLES AND THE LION” at 0:35. 9:50. GEORGE BRENT la "TANGIER INCIDENT” at 8:10. PAD AV Marlboro Pika at District Lina LUIUUa JO g-5151 MARK STEVENS in "TORPEDO ALLEY” at 7:15. 10:00. The Bowery Boys In "JALOPY" at 6:15, 9:00. ATI A HTTP Nichols Ava at Atlantic Jsl lafMV Ills St S E JO. 3-5000 MAUREEN O'HARA in "THE RED HEAD PROM WYOMING.” in Tech nicolor. at 8:36, 9:45. DAVID NIVEN in “ISLAND RESCUE” at 7:55. COMGBESS "s’ At regular prices! GREGORY PECK. SUSAN HAYWARD. AVA GARDNER in Ernest Hemingway’s "SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO.” in Technicolor, at 0:50, 9 "JO. Also "OPERATION A BOMB" in Color, Laurel » r, d 3 HUMPHREY BOGART. JUNE ALLY SON in “BATTLE CIRCUS" at 6:05. 7:55 and 9:45, CAPITOL C " P ' jo. *B-4740 Md —3 New Hits in Technicolor!— VIRGINIA MAYO in "SHE'S BACK ON BROADWAY" at 0:15. 9:30. RONALD REGAN. RHONDA FLEM ING in "TROPIC ZONE" at 8:00. SIDNEY LUST THEATERS FREE PARKING BELTSVILLE DRIVE • IN , Balto. Blvd . WE. 5-5800. Open 0:30, Starts 7. MARTIN and LEWIS “THE STOOGE” At 7:25. 9:40. It I V Fll GREGORY PECK. SUSAN nlalalslt HAYWARD. AVA GARD- N E R. "SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO’ (Technicolor), at 0:55. 9:20 (Regular Pi ices). urturcnit BARBARA stan- ObinLdUltwYCK. BARRY SUL LIVAN, "JEOPARDY.” at 0:30, 8:05, 9:40_. riirvrnv V Double Feature) IrllbYMllil RONALD REAGAN. RHONDA FLEMING. "TROPIC ZONE" (Technicolor), at 0:30. 9:35. and DAN QAILEY, “TAXI." at 8:20. UVATTCim IP o R E GORY lilHI lOVlislsJb PECK. SUSAN HAYWARD. AVA OARDNER. "SNOWS OP KILIMANJARO" (Tech nicolor), at 0:45. 9:20 (Regular Prices K VAVUfnnn BARBARA sta n - AAIMIUU WYCK, BARRY SUL LIVAN, "JEOPARDY,” at 0:30. 8:40, 10:00. VYFDC Mil I JOHN WAYNE, TIMM PHI* MAUREEN O'HARA, BARRY FITZGERALD. “THE QUIET MAN” (Technicolor), at 6:30. 9:20. Plus Academy Award Winner Disney's "WATER BIRDSat 8:50. MILO Martin and Lewis .t 7\ p io. “THE STOOGE” MARLBORO ■» 7*2.»^ MARTIN and LEWIS “THE STOOGE” “x Drrn 1723 * in 9- st - *' £ I AMB Parking Space * DEBBIE REYNOLDS. DONALD ,« O'CONNOR. "I LOVE MEUVIN." I= Virginia " 5f ROBERT TAYLOR. ELIZABETH •5 S TAYLOR. “IVANHOE” (Techni- X e color). At Popular Prices! 1 £ CENTRE Fairlington, Va. •§ B ROSEMARY CLOONEY. LAURITZ -O 2 MELCHOIR, "THE STARS ARE B “ SINGING." S | SHIRLINGTOH 3 •S DEAN MARTIN. JERRY LEWIS. ■= "THE STOOGE." K.B THEATERS Nurseries in All K-B Theater* Asrv 4813 Mass. Ave. _ WO. 6-4500 ■** ““ Free Parking First Run! That- sensational star of "Bitter Rice," SILVANA MANOANO In "ANNA." her first American language hit! At 1:01). 3:05. 5:10, 7:25 and 9:35 p.m. First Run Prices for tiltsen gagement. Adults 85c, Children 3oc (Inc, taxi PV nnrm Flower Ave. & Plney Hr. Rd. C IsUTTblt S j| S pg., Md ._ JU 8-8100 BARRY SULLIVAN. BARBARA STANWYCK. "JEOPARDY." 6:30. 8:10. 9:50. Tues.. Wed.. Thurs. Exclusive! CHARLTON HESTON in the first full-length production of Shakespeare's “JULIUS CAESAR" | HATLOR I *’ k sX_ Open 6:00 p.m. Two New Hits LEO GORCEY. HUNTZ HALL, "JALOPY" at 7:35. 10:00 P.m. Plus MARK STEVENS In 'TORPEDO ALLEY," 0:15, 9:00 p.m. LANGLEY N "' A „7iK Doors Open 12:45. Now at Popular Prices! SUSAN HAYWARD. GREG ORY PECK and AVA GARDNER. "THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO” In Technicolor. 1:00. 3:16 6:30. 7:45. 10:00. MacAHTHUH 2nd Week! MICHAEL REDGRAVE. JOAN GREENWOOD. MARGARET RUTHERFORD In “THE IMPOR TANCE OP BEING EARNEST" (Tech nicolor) at 6:15. 8:05 and 9:55 p.m. iEORCETOWH '%%«* The Cemmanlty Art Cinema LAST DAY! FRANK CAPRA’S “MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON” starring JAMES STEWART JEAN ARTHUR Doors Open 4:45 P.M. Feature at 5:07. 7:27 and 9:47 P.M. FREE PARKING! rTBI*Y P 2105 Pa. Are. N.W vlulrU re 7 0184 GREGORY PECK. BUSAN HAYWARD. AVA OARDNER In "THE BNOWB OF KILIMANJARO' (In Technicolor) at 6:50. 9:30. Regular prices. GBEEHBELT <>—%“■ Shows at 7 and 9pm PIPER LAURIE. TYRONE POWER. "MISSISSIPPI GAM BLER.” Technicolor. I AMUSEMENTS. In her lit American language hit. ‘‘Seethes with more sex-appeal than 1 any other actress!” j Wor/cf 7t/*9ron» SHOWING AT2 K-B THEATRES jlTth COLRO.N.W.j out-*!* 1 y 01 ,. V1 lyjm pmi ! a i M y® s ' *•** "TEEN-AGERS” Stanley Warner Theaters AMBASSADOR WX. "Trouble Along The Way.” John Wayne, Donna Reed. 1:10. 3:15. 6:20. 7:25. 9:30. aval All wo - 9-2600. “She's Back On Broadway." Virginia Mayo. Gene Nelson. 7, 9:25. AVE. GRAND e L n 3 *? o, £ "Stars And Stripes Forever." 6:30. 9:45. Rrvrni v< i 3.8300. -snows «r DZ.TE.IUi I Kilimanjaro,” Gregory Peck. 6:15, 9:30. "Tropical Heat Wave.” Robert Hutton, 8:05. CALVERT KENNEDY WO. 6-3345. RA. 6-6600. "Snows Os Kilimanjaro." Gregory Peck. Susan Hayward. 6:55, 9:26. rriiTßai Me *-**«• “stars *'*“* ****** And Stripes Forever,” I Clifton Webb. 11:00, 2:20. 6:50. 9:20. "Little O1 a n t.” Abbott and Costello. 12:50. 4:20. 7:5(1. rni ANY RA - 3-6500. “She's Back UUbUni On Broadway." 6:16, 9:45, "Bummer Storm," 7:50, PPMf *'*• 7-6200. “Jeopardy." A linn Barbara Stanwyck and Barry Sullivan. 2:10, 4:40. 7:20. 10:00. "Dark Man.” Edward Under down,” 1:00. 3:25, 6:05, 8:45. CR VAV CO. 6-4008. "Golden “**7lll Hawk,” Sterling Hayden. Rhonda Fleming. 6:20. 9:40. "Blas ing Forest." John Payne, 8:10. SHERIDAN RA 0-2400. "jeop anbniUMll ard y " Barbara Stan wyck, Barry Sullivan, 6:16. 8:00, SII VFR JU- 9-5600. "Jeopardy," * “•"Barbara Stanwyck, Barry j Sullivan. 1:50, 3:45. 5:50, 7:45. 0:60. TAKOMA RA - 3*4312. "Niagara,” Annul In Marilyn Monroe, Joseph Cotten. 0:30. 9:40. "Golden Hawk." Rhonda Fleming. Sterling Hayden, 8. TIVDI I CO A * I*oo- ‘‘The Snow's llvUlslof Kilimanjaro." Gregory Peck. Susan Havward, 2:15, 4:40, I / :()■-»■ 9:35. (Tech.) UPTOWN WO. o-.moo. "Jeonar uriVßß jy t " Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sullivan. 2:00. 3:45. 6:45. 7:45. 9:45. THE VILLAGE i™ M asvv A sra» Also ’OPERATION A*BOM B" (Technicolor). The Greatest pictures | jg ever taken of the A-bomb explosion g at the testing grounds. Seen at A •3 £ 1( > s « r range than ever before at IB «:30, 9:04. £ NEWTON ,I “’ NJ * ass&s'm&sPiWß: * color) at 0:21, 8:00, 9:43. S Coming Saturday ROBERT § TAYLOR in "IVANHOE.” At regular price*. !J: VFRNAN 3707 Mt. V.rnon Av*. ' s Alex , Va. Kl. 9-2424 C MARILYN MONROE. JOSEPH » COTTEN In “NIAGARA" (Techni- PQ color) at 0:00. 7:40 and 9:20. ,J 2 Tues. and Wed.. "JEOPARDY.” a ■ - © TPCCP 18th nr. R. I. Avu. N.E. ml JMafc LA. 6-3112 Today and Tomorrow. THE BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR. ACADE MY AWARD WINNER. "THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH” (In Technicolor) starring BETTY HUT TON at 0:20. 9:10. At regular Arlington-Fall* Church, Va. JA. 7-1366 THE BYRD CINEMA 10t S. Wayne Bt. Held Over! Academv Award Winner for tha Best Picture of the Year Cecil B. De Mllle's THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH 7:00. 9:35 Jimmy Stewart, Betty Hutton, and Cnarieton Haston 55TSTF Now • t Popular Price*! wtnlb "ivanhoe.” Robert Taylor. Elizabeth Tavlor. Joan Fontaine. L> Technicolor. ARLINfiTDN Ac * dem » Award Hllbimi ■ un Winner John Ford'* "The Quiet Man.” John Wayne. Barry Fitzgerald, Maureen O'Hara, in Tech nlcolor. iini CAM Now at Popular Prices! " 44**»UH ••ivanhoe," Robert Tay lor. Elizabeth Tavlor, Joan Fontaine. In Technicolor. El FRB 1 ''She'* Back On Broad lllibDb way." Virginia Mayo, Oene Nelson, In Color. BUCKINGHAM 1 lumphrey Bo- I «art. June Allyson. "Battle Circus." IFPFPRCnIi Roc k Hudson, Julia Jbirbaaun Adams, "The Law less Breed.” In Technicolor. BOTH THEATRES STANTON 6 V. C 4.!2i8 N1 ' j “NEVER WAVE AT A WAC." ROSA -1 LIND RUSSELL. 6:45, 9:50. "BEND OF THE RIVER.” JAMES STEWART. I 8:10. DRDV Savannah St. at 13»h St. STt. rnnn , B)k off A | a Avt JO (No Advance In Prices), “THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO." Tech GREGORY PECK, 6:00. 9:30. I "BELLS ON THEIR TOES" (Tech.) | JEANNE CRAIN 8:05. E. m! LOEW S ' MT. VERNON OPEN AIR Rt. 1. South as Alex. KI. 9-7056 Tonight and Tues ! MARTIN and LEWIS in "THE STOOGE.” 7:00. 10:16. 2nd hit! "WOMAN IN THE DARK." 9:00. SUNSET DBIYE DI Bet. Columbia Pike and Shirley Bur. "DUEL AT SILVER CREEK" (Tech.), AUDIE MURPHY BTEPHEN McNALLY, 7:00 and 10:10; "FOURTEEN HOURS.** RICHARD BASEHART. PAUL DOUGLAS. 8:25. Starts Tues.. "FRANCIS GOES TO WEST POINT” and "HIOHLY DAN GEROUS/; JUBPOBT DMVE-IM O r“SS. "MEET ME AT THE FAIR” (Tech.), DAN DAILEY .DIANA LYNN at 7:05 and 111:18. plus "PARK ROW.” OENE EVANS at 8:45. Cartoon. Located In Arlington on U. 8. Route 1. just over the 14th St Bridge. Five minutes from Downtown. Kids Free!! Tuesday. "BE CAUSE OF YOU." and 'THIB WOMAN IS DANGEROUS.” HISER-BETHESDA 74 £ JEAN SIMMONS and VICTOR MATURE “Androcles and the Lion” 6:50. 9:20 “OPERATION A BOMB” 0:30. 9:00 Wed. and Thurs.. LANA TURNER. "THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL." FAIRFAX Vs. Than* 786 r HUH HA tree Parking iTJANHOE" in technicolor _.ROBERT TAYIXtR. ELIZABETH TAYLOR.