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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. THURBDAY. APRIL S 3. 1053 The Passing Show 'House of Wax' Embalms Withered Script in 3-D In making "House of Wax.” the second of the full-length 3-D films, Warner Bros, bears more than a faint resemblance to a man making a beautiful swan dive into an empty swimming pool. The vital ingredient the company forgot was a story worthy of the new technical process on display at the Warner and Am- bassador Theaters. This leaves* ‘‘House of Wax” with a wildly disheveled look in spite of the fact that the actual camera work represents a considerable Improvement over “B’Wana Devil.” The story the studio snatched up from the attic floor in its haste to get to the marketplace Is a withered melodrama made Just 20 years ago as “Mystery of the Wax Museum.” It deals with a mad sculptor who. after losing the use of his gifted hands, starts killing his models and preserving them in a chemical veneer. * Clearly this sort of thing stopped frightening mvoiegoers back in the days of Lon Chaney, sr., but Warners apparently did not have time to consider that. Or. if it did, it concluded that the really pressing thing was to get there flrstest with even the least est. This it has done, without a doubt, and it leaves novelty as the Aim’s sole distinction. As a swatch of the future, viewed through Polaroid glasses, it does have its dramatic aspects no matter how hard these are to perceive through the crust of the ancient screenscript. ** * * The admirable qualities of “House of Wax” derive from the skill and courage of its camera crews. Nothing in the dizzy script fazed them. When it called for a pretty girl to be placed unclothed in a mould, prior to being cooked in wax, they shot it with a depth camera and a straight face. The fact is that these doughty technicians seemed to be enjoy ing the ridiculousness of their work. Another sequence into which they entered in a larkish spirit—and why not?—is that which reveals what a Can-Can dance looks like in third dimen- \ sion. What it looks like, incidentally. Is indescribable in a family j newspaper, but it very likely will! be the talk of the town. The j Can-Can in billboard dimen- j sions clearly is a dance that was ! invented and died of boredom j years ahead of its time. It will j now, no doubt, be resuscitated, j ** * * Viewed as comedy, which may, or may not be displeasing to the j producers and players of “House j of Wax,” the latest 3-D film has Its merry moments. One worthy of deathless mem ory. so far as this pioneer is con cerned, is the climactic sequence j between Frank Lovejoy as the homicide detective and Phyllis Kirk in the heroine role. In j rescuing Miss Kirk from Vin cent Price's wax vat, Lovejoy tactfully covers her unconscious figure with his coat. Apprised of his gentlemanly conduct. Miss Kirk shyly thanks him at a later meeting. “Thank you,” she says de murely, "for the use of your coat.” “It was nothing,” the gallant cop demurs. “It was everything to me,” j says Miss Kirk, with downcast eyes. It is a pretty fine crumb for audiences, too. ** * * The acting in “House of Wax” ' Is the sort that might be de- j scribed as gingerly, as if the players were afraid they might fall into the wax boiler or be consumed in the flames which occasionally lick the screen. Or, It may be that they simply felt like ingredients in a test tube in some madman’s laboratory. Most ungrateful of the various acting chores is that which falls to Price as the demented, wildly deformed artist. He has been made up to resemble the illegit imate son of Dorian Gray and If there is a tougher disguise to live up to. Price has never en countered it. He bears up monsterfully, how- Where and When Current Theater Attractions And Time of Showing Stage. National “Tumultime”; 8:30 p.m. Sam S. Shubert—"Pal Joey”; 8:30 p.m. Arena—“ Arms and the Man”; 8:30 p.m. Screen. Ambassador—“ House of Wax”; 1, 2:45, 4:35, 6:25, 8:10 and 10 p.m. Capitol—“ Sombrero”; 11 a.m., 1:45, 4:30, 7:15 and 10 p.m. Stage: 12:55, 3:40, 6:25 and 9:10 p.m. Columbia—“ Call Me Madam”; 11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:30, 5:40, 7:50 and 10 p.m. Dupont—" Under the Red Sea”; 1. 2:45, 4:35, 6:20, 8:10 and 10 p.m. Keith's “City Beneath the Sea”; 11:45 a.m., 1:55, 4:05, 6, 8 and 10 p.m. Little “La Ronde”; 6, 7:25, 8:50 and 10:20 p.m. MarArthur—"The Importance of Being Earnest”; 6:15, 8:05 and 10 p.m. Metropolitan—" Hans Christian Andersen”; li a.m., 1:05, 3:10, 6:15, 7:30 and 9:40 p.m. Ontario “Anna”; 1:25, 3:35, 6:40, 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, 6:30, 7:35 and 9:40 p.m. Plata “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—“ House of Wax”; 11 a.m.. 12:50, 2:45, 4:40, 6:35, 8:25 and 10:15 p.m. By Jay Carmody •'HOUSE OP WAX.” a Warner Broth ers picture, produced by Bryan Foy, directed by Andre de Toth, screenplay by Crane Wilbur, from story by Charlei Belden (originally Aimed by WB. "Mys tery of the Wax Museum"). At the Am bassador and the Warner. The Caat. Prof. Henry Jarrod Vincent Price Lt. Tom Brennan Prank Lovejoy Sue Allen Phyllis Kirk Cathy Gray Carolyn Jones Scott Andrews Paul Plcernl Matthew Burke Roy Roberts Mrs. Andrews Angela Clarke Sidney Wallace Paul Cavanaugh Sgt. Jim Shan# Dabbs Greer Igor Charles Buchlnsky Barker Reggie Rymal Bruce Allison Philip Tonga Melodrama All Wet 'City Beneath Sea' On Keith's Screeg Stars Ryan, Quinn •'CITY BENEATH THE SEA.” a Uni versal picture, produced by Albert Co hen. directed by Budd Boettlcher, screen play by Jack Harvey and Ramon Romero, based on "Port Royal—Ghost City Be neath the Sea," by Harry E. Rleseberg. At Keiths. The Cast. Brad Carlton Robert Ryan Terry _ Mala Powers Tonv Bartlett Anthony Quinn Venita Suzan Ba.l Captain Meade George Mathews Dwight Trevor Karel Stcpanek Calypso Lalo Rios Mama Mary Hilo Hattie Djion Woody Strode Captain Clive John Warburton Mendoza Peter Mamakos Mme. Ceclle Barbara Morrison Calypso Singer Le Rol Antoine Kip - Leon Lontoc Half Caste Woman ... Marya Marco By Horry MacArthur Things have changed at Keith's. The pleasant fantasy of “Peter Pan” has been replaced by the hurly-burly melodrama of diving for sunken treasure. The title of the new film is “City Beneath the Sea” and it is not much different from other pic tures about divers and sunken treasure. It is in Technicolor, but it comes equipped with the same old black-and-white plot. The divers this time are Robert Ryan and Anthony Quinn. The girls who take their minds off their work, but not very far off, are Mala Powers and Suzan Ball. The locale is Jamaica and adja cent waters. Ryan and Quinn are diving at the outset to locate a sunken ship with $1 million in gold in its hold. They don’t know it, but they are being used as dupes by a pair of gjnts with criminal in tent on ill-gotten gains. Their search unsuccessful, Ryan takes off on a short cruise with Miss Powers, a sort of junior grade sea captain and the tastiest proprietress of a small island freighter you ever saw. While he’s away, Quinn is ap proached by one of the two would-be hijackers of the gold. He knows where the ship really sank because he was its captain. Quinn likes the idea of a cut of the loot better than a straight fee, but Ryan gets there first to keep his old buddy out of jail. This leads him slam-bang into the rumblingest undersea earth quake ever conjured up* by a special events man. Huge slabs of rock shower down on Ryan and a steeple bell tolls wierdly as the underwater city (fell in during another earthquake one time) collapses into worse ruin than lt was in the first place. “City Beneath the Sea” has a wild and melodramatic climax, it can not be denied. There is not too much else to be said for it, though. It is well played by the principals and Ryan and Quinn have an easy way of tossing off some laconic comedy banter a little better than some you hear. Miss Powers is occasionally a most salubrious sight, too, in both a skin-tight yellow bathing suit and Technicolor. Director Budd Boetticher has perpetrated some dull pasages, though, to connect the underwater rescues, the bar room brawling and that earth quake brought down by a voodoo curse. ever, at least to the extent that he finishes the picture. The same is substantially true of Miss Kirk, who reminds the artist of Marie Antoinette, and of a girl named Carolyn Jones who is waxed into the image of Joan of Arc. Miss Jones is hardly the girl any one would expect to model Joan, who was very good herself, but the artist who chose her, remember, is mad. It has been said by an especially vehement eritic that “House of Wax” sets the indus try back 49 years. This is an exaggeration. Forty-eight is a more correct figure but Warners will not care if the film turns into a best-seller. In view of the excitement over 3-D, this is not unlikely. AMUSEMENTS. f-UAST 15 DAYS""\ "BEST ACTRESS” SHIRUEY mwrw —1 BURT LANCASTER JgßgMi Come Back,r • Little PLAYHOUSE SZeLt&TI 7\l /.Comparable to HOM-THO* ■an i m mHBHP HlB '"'2 -^BBdSBar Knight we singM |f»o p!n!A *OBC*TA PETIM TAMARA TQUMANQVA Twhnlcotor f Rlk’t PLAZA Jill JUT > iMHiyilir L wm H|^ ..mmk jjM » « P' jtm SERPENT AND VlCTlM—Rhonda Fleming who plays the title role, and William Lundigan, her co-star, in *The Serpent of the Nile," which follows “Hans Christian Andersen ” at the Metropolitan next week. ! Hollywood Diary Joan Dances Again In Metro Picture . By Sheilah Graham ———————• HOLLYWOOD. Joan Crawford dances in “Why Should I Cry?” at Metro —her first hoofing in a decade. Director Bruce “Lucky” Hum berstone was really lucky for Kathryn Grayson in “The Desert Song.” She’s great. If you remember old-time stars Marguerite Churchill and George O’Brien, read on. Their daughter Orin won a scholarship to the music academy at Santa Barbara—for playing the bass fiddle! Stanley Kramer, who signed Jose Ferrer only last week for "Caine Mutiny,” virtually walked right through him at the Naples restaurant Tuesday. Just didn’t recognize Jose in gray hair and his Parson Davidson makeup for “Miss Sadie Thompson.” ** * * Jack Palance and his unhand some phiz are ridin’ high—nine fan-mag stories and four in the slicks. He’s really terrific in his “Shane” bit. Mrs. Gus Edwards departs for New York by plane today to see a publisher about her memoirs, “I Like to Remember.” .. . Jean AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. j ethrSerhST 4m th DONALD O’CONNOR MM ~~ VERA-ELLEN GEORGE SANDERS 9 With WllV DE WOLFE * Mutic and lyric* by y 1 IRVING BERUN J j/V)||i/ OOOBi OPEN 1* 4* AM. nUW! m smuu* ***** hi cum fomtdf / Coloe by TiCmtlCOlOß Peters has found a new love at 20th-Fox. ... If you know of a good Broadway show, call Rob ert Q. Lewis. He wants to ex pand. Joe Mankiewicz is trying to buy “Jefferson Selleck” from Metro—plans to make it inde pendently. . . . Good stretching exercise—Pilar Palette, 4 feet II in her elevators, dancing with 6-foot-4 John Wayne at the Mocambo. Producer Bert Friedlob says he’s interested only in very top, top stars, like Greg Peck, Clark Gable or John Wayne for . “Untamed.” Unknowns need not ! apply. Joe Frisco told the clients at j Charlie Foys’—l’m wearing 3-D glasses and I’m going to paint an audience on them.” Mari Blanchard received diamonds from a girl’s best friend—Greg Bautzer—for her birthday. . . . and. when Bautzer returns from Hawaii and Mari j gets back from her P. A. with ! the Abbott and Costello picture, there’ll be an engagement an ; nouncement. (Released by NANA.) NATIONAL * n!u "AMERICA'S FIRST THEATER” Ires.: 8:S0. Mats.: Wed. A Sat. *:SO MUSICEL LAFF RIOT! Hilarious Ntw—All N,w EHBLISH-TIDDISH BEVUE 2 WKS. ONLY! Boyinning Next Monday Eve*, i S:SO. Mat.. Wad. and Sat. B:M IT’S FUN! ITS FA*ar ITS tOMtVYI IT’S PRAM A/ BASIL RATH BONK PAY! EMERSON EVA LB GALLIINNI JOHN LUND VIVICA LIHDPORS MARGARET WIBSTKR - IN PERSON fWIIPTN MIOMT • JULIUS (AISAB HINIV V • MACS!IN • NINtV VIII TAMINO OP INI SHIIW end elheet SEAT SALE NOW ■ex Office Onea 1# A.M.-19 PM. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. ' WASHINGTON PRIMItRt > Slort , J00A? I''"its Like ' Nothing *Ever Before *1 Experienced In A Theatre: i Warner Bros 1 , new I ENTERTAINMENT MARVEL! ihy ■ Action, 3-D Color and 3-D Souwdi CAROLYN JONES• PAUL PICERNI ciumiii’RinHriiii-Hnim In bringing you Warnerphonic 3 Dimension sound the Warner and Ambassador Theaters are "Natural vision, is I ~ w0, .0 , onl >'. I°”Theaters demonstrated by ln lhe entire country Warners, lies about equipped to bring you this as itukH in common newest innovation, wdi lhe introductory INCAOMW picture as the Model .. 'V c . u *y T with a modem day M *’* " M auto." e.'f'.W I *.. * M, « s * DO « N. y. Time*. March I. 1953 , * l.'c, >* /StirtsN ”• (TOIAY) , WARNERIw s :t” f ambassador [ Opens 11 A.M. re y-otrs g Opens 1 P M co s-ss+s] 10th And Final Week SAMUEL fSIOWVN't S* . Now Musical Wondorfilml Hans Christian Andersen l® Danny Kaye f FARLEY GRANGER JEANMAIRE celer by | ki | | jjl] % | TECHNICOLOR L STAKTbTODAY™ f/'twtt r^«^ M . G . Mt -mm*-* f/tavoriH I I ] - J Ricardo MONTALBAN |/l AIA/DFWPF Pier ANGEU ILAVVIILMiL a, Vittorio GASSNIAN I B wc r wa kasznarli nnln OWltny ini FOCH 1\ in "Doll-Usions )seGRECOI\ , nnmf !*©«, BOBBY JBtE. . Caught, in th# Act LEONARDO S ANITA i* |yl Don’t, liica That Guy Experienced Advertisers Prefer The Star AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. /• Romulus ~a JOSE FERRER IIITJZZjB DOORS OPEN fifl ■'llll nHdD thTgeorge r WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY C presents Morquond b Kaufman'* V vltM “THE LATE GEORGE APLEY” THE MANVEL April 23, 24, 25 *•. I ’ The Lisner Auditorium shaws exmlahatiwo 2l*t and H St.. N.W. SATIBg OH LOVE AOT> WAS Tickets: $1.25, SI.OO gWiggW Call NA. 8-5055 or Willard Hotel | MMMI pi. T-8592 | Films of More Than Routine Merit. “THE AFRICAN QUEEN,” Hepburn and Bogart Join comedy forces. “BREAKING THE SOUND BARRIER,” superb drama of man's latest air feat. “I CONFESS,” Suspense-Master Hitchcock back in peak form. “IVANHOE,” the Taylor (Elizabeth and Robert) Academy contender. “MY COUSIN RACHEL,” excellently played by Olivia de Havilland. “THE NAKER SPUR,” James Stewart in a superior outdoor drama. “THE PRESIDENT’S LADY,” Susan Hayward as Mrs. Andrew Jackson. “THE QUIET MAN,” John Ford’s rollicking Irish jest. Stanley Warner Theater* AMBASSADOR “The House of Wax.” Vincent Price. Frank Lovetoy. Three Dimension with Warner Phonic Bound. J, 2:46. 4:35, 6:26. 8:10. 10. Late Show Saturday 11:30 P.M. awe | (inWO. 6-2600. "Jeopardy,” AT nlatlll Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sullivan. 6:45. 8:25. 10. ■ ftp CO Aim LI. 3-2406. "Paris nil, MlnlVU Bombshell.” Ran dolph Scott. 6:15. 9:36. “Last Train to Bombay.” Jon Hall, 8:06. nmol V LL 3-3300. "Ivanhoe,” DE.VE.IUiI Robert Taylor. Eliza beth Taylor. Joan Fontaine. 6:30. 9:30. “That Gang of Mine,” The Dead End Kids, 8:16. CALVERT SHERDIAN WO. 0-2345. BA. 0-2400. “Ivanhoe.” Robert Taylor. Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Fontaine, 6:65. 9:30. rniTDAI ME. 8-2841. "Meet Me wEJI I IlMli a t the Fair,” Dan Dailey. 12:25. 8:25. 6:25, 9:25. "Flyin* Wild.” East Side Kids, 11:20. 2:20, 6:20. 8:20. mi flllV RA. 8-6600. "Jeopardy.” (,UtiUn 1 Barbara Stanwyck, Barry Sullivan, 6:15. 8, 0:46. VrtllirnVßA. o - 6600. th • AEelinEfUl stooge.” Dean Martin. Jerry Lewis, 7:05, 9:30. Drilll LI. 7-5200. ■Tvanhoe." Rob rE.ni* ert Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, 1. 3:OB, 6:15. 7:20, 9:30. CAVOV co. 5-4008. “The Harem dAVUX oirl,” Joan Davis, 7:30, 9:56. "Winning th# West.” Gene Autry, 0:3679. CVf wrnnr. 9-nsoo. “Ivanhoe.” ■Mia TDD Robert Taylor, Elisabeth Taylor, Joan Fontaine. 1, 3:10. 6:20. 7:30, 9:40. TIVAHI rA. 8-4312. "Mlaela- IftAUPIA sirpl Gambler," Ty rone Power. Plder Laurie. 6:26. 9:35. "WAC from Walla Walla." Judy Can ova. at 8. TUMI I CO. 5-1800. "The Btooae." llvUlst Dean Martin, jerry Lewla, 2:10. 4:30, 6:60. 9:26. VVDTfllini WO. 6 • 0400. 'The UriUVTn Btooae.” Dean Martin, Jerry Lewi*. 2:30, 4:50, 7:10. 9:30. K-B THEATERS Nwraerlea la All K-B Theater# anrv WO. 6-4600. 4813 Mast. »rLA tse. Free Parkins. MONTGOMERY CLIFT. ANNE BAX TER ln Alfred Hitchcock’s "I CON FESS,” (Filmed ln Quebec) at 1:16. 3:20, 6:20. 7:30, 9:35 P.M. CT MUrRJU. 8-8100. Flower Ave. f IsUVVErtl* Flney Br. Rd.. 811. Bp*. By Popular Demand we continue our Mid-Week Finer Film Programs pre senting each week outstanding British attractions! Today ALASTAIR SIM in “Laughter in Paradise” “Best British Comedy ln Years!"— London Week. Direct from a 5-Week Run at the MacArthur! Feature at 6:30, 8:10, 10 P.M. UAVT OD LU. 2-iOOO. HAllellH 28th & Ala. Ave. B.E. Open 6 P.M. Last 2 Days. ROBERT TAYLOR. ELIZABETH TAYLOR In “IVANHOE.” in Glorious Technl color, at 7. 9:30. f a aif | pw HE. 4-5700. LAHULL! N. H. Ave. A Untv. Lane Onen 12:45. ROBERT TAYLOR, ELIZABETH TAYLOR, ln the great Technicolor Spectacle. “IVANHOE.” at 1. 3:05. 5:16. 7:25. 9:35 P.M. At Our Regular Prices I aa _ a n<|"Q|fD 4859 MacArthur PiacAninun swa. em. 2-4000 3rd Week! Oscar Wildes “IMPOR TANCE OF BEING EARNEST." (Technicolor) with MICHAEL RED GRAVE. JOAN GREENWOOD. At 6:15. 8:05. 10 P.M. I Coffee with our compliments ln I the Piccadilly Lounge. 7 to 10. I SIDNEY LUST THEATERS FREE PARKING BELTSVILLE DBITE ■IN SXXi 'r ESA^cBS&Sg»”: ANNE TODD, "BREAKINO THE BOUND BARRIER,” at 7:16, 9:30. ■Viru • At 7:15 and ALLUV 9:40 P.M MARTIN & LEWIS “THE STOOGE” DPTUPCn R ROBERT TAYLOR. OLI BLaVA Elizabeth taylor JOAN FONTAINE. “IVANHOE” (Technicolor) at 7:05, 9:80. Now Regular Prices. PUPlirm V HUMPHREY ItllLTLlilsl BOGART, KATHERINE HEPBURN ln “AFRICAN QUEEN” i (Technicolor) at 7. 9:26. Starting Tomorrow “THE STOOGE” TAYLOR, ELIZABETH TAYLOR, ln “IVANHOE” (Technicolor) at 7:10, 9:30. Now I Regular Price#. vuvmnnn robert taylor ftATWUUII ELIZABETH TAY LOR. JOAN FONTAINE. In “IVANHOE” (Technicolor). 7. 9:30. Now Ret ular Prices. mpD( Hll V BARBARA BTAN- VlXslta PIILLwYCK, BARRY SULLIVAN. “JEOPARDY." at 6:30. 8:10. 9:50. Ilf* || RICHARD WIDMARK. niLU “DESTINATION GOBI.” (Technicolor) at 7:20. 9:10. mSEH RETHESDA VINCENT EDWARDS “HIAWATHA” 0. 8:45 P.M. JOHN HODIAK In “BATTLE ZONE” 7:20. 9:30. [Starting Saturday. HUMPHREY BO- I PART, “BATTLE CIRCUS ” I ADMIT DBITE B o r s .T« “I CONFESS." MONTGOMERY CLIFT. ANNE BAXTER, at 7:15. 10:45. Plus •“THE 810 TREES.” (Tech.). KIRK DOUGLAS at 9:10. Cartoon. Located In Arlington on U. 8. Route 1. lust over the 14th St. Bridge. Five Minutes from Downtown. Kids Free! Friday. "IRON MISTRESS' * and “BUGLES IN THE AFTERNOON." WINELAND THEATERS ANACOSTIA ,4,5 °rt2;£ st Dean Martin. Jerry Lewis ln “THE STOOGE.” at 1:16. 8:15. 5:16. 7:15. Highland 2333 rn™;- s - E - At Regular Prices! Robert Taylor. Joan Fontaine. Elizabeth Taylor, ln “IVANHOE." ln Technicolor at 6:55. 0:25, CORAL Marlboro Pik* at District Lin* I Dean Martin. Jerry Lewis la ‘THE STOOGE." at 6:16, 8:05. 10. ATI ANTir Nichols Ave. and M l Atlantic S*. JO. 3-SOOO At Regular Prices! Robert Tavlor. Joan Fontaine. Elizabeth Taylor ln •TVANHOE.” Technicolor, 0:55, 9:26. COHGRESS Dean Martin. Jerry Lewis ln “THE STOOGE.” at 8:16. 8:05, 10. latoel ers Busan Hayward. Charlton Heston In "THE PRESIDENT’S LADY.” at 6. 7:55, 9:50. CAPITOL c «p“o' Jean Simmons, Victor Mature. Alan Young ln "ANDROCLES AND THE LION,” at 6:30. 9:30. Also "CAP TIVE WOMAN.” at 8:05. THE VILLAGE Xf&S&i ROBERT TAYLOR and ELIZABETH TAYLOR ln ’TVANHOE.” (Techni color) at 6:66. 7:51. 9:47. n Coming Saturday— | C ’■’’BATTLE CIRCUS." | j NEWTON uth Nt P DEAN MARTIN and JERRY LEWIS ln "THE STOOGE.’’ 6. 7:52. 9:44. *S* Tomorrow—All Comedy Show X with Tom and Jerry, Bugs Bun- C ny, Popeye. The Three Stooges. 5 and many others. "1 Vmiintl 3707 Vernon Ave. »» TtnflUß Alex., Vo. Kl. 9-2424 ea ANNE BAXTER, RICHARD CONTI „ * "BLUE GARDENIA” at 6. 7:40, 9:25. "3 Coming Sun., Mon., Tues.. Wed. © I "IVANHOE." IPCCr 18th nr. R. I. Ave. N.E. LA. 6-3112 JAMES STEWART ln "THE NAKED SPUR. ' (Technicolor) 6:16, 9:25. VICTOR MATURE. ln "SOME THING FOR THE BIRDS.” 7:49. 4 t REED > © JOHN WAYNE. DONNA REED, * "TROUBLE ALONG THE WAY. 4 15 VIRGINIA M -or | ar |B , vd.d,f^sr. hi* LLOYD BRIDOEB. MARIE WIND- B « SOR. "THE TALL TEXAN." Added Sl^To^nt l^- 0 ’ " a day w .21 CENTRE -o 3 JUNE ALLYSON. HUMPHREY 80. B « OART. “BATTLE CIRCUS " h SHIRLINGTON o V k Y£xT 5 - MARILYN MONROE. JOBEPH COT TEN, I NIAGARA. M Arlington-Fall* Church, Va. JA. 7-4266 THE BYRD CINEMA 104 8. Wayne St. LESLIE HOWARD, MERLE OBERON. “THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL." at 7:25, 9:30. CTETP Barbara Stanwyck. Barry J leal at Sullivan. "Jeopardy.** EDI IlfßTriii Donald O'Connor. Mill,in b1 un Debbie Reynolds. “I Love Melvin.” ln Technicolor. WIV Cflll John Ford’s Academy VTllaQUn Award Winner. "The Quiet Man.” John Wayne, Barry Fitzgerald, Maureen O’Hara. Tech. Cl rnr Donald O’Connor, Debbie UliIiDL Reynolds, "I Love Melvin.” ln Technicolor. BUCKINGHAM Alfred Hltchcock'i "I Confess." frrrmcnir Charlton Heston. *“• ■ WlwUn Susan Hayward in “The President’s Lady." Special add ed Attraction. “Operation A-Bomb.” GEORGETOWN “The Community Art Cinema” Limited Engagement! Another George town Scoop! ROSALIND RUSSELL In One of Her Greatest Comedy Hltsl “MY SISTER EILEEN” Co-Btarrlng BRIAN AHERNE and JANET BLAIR i Doors Open 5:45 P.M. Feature at 6:07. 8:01 and 9:55 P.M. FREE PARKING! : rinri p 2105 po av*. n w VlllUlsEt re 7-0114 : "BREAKINO THE SOUND BARRIER ” Added—“OPERATION A-BOMB." I 6:35. 9:16, I E. M. LOEW’S MT. VERNON OPEN AIR Rt. I So. of Alex. KI. 9-7050 Tonlte Only! 2-Tlme Academy Award Winner! OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND In "MY COUSIN RACHEL." 7:10, 10:10. 2nd Co-Hit. KIRBY GRANT ln "NORTH WEST TERRITORY.” 9:06. Frl. and Bat. "CARBINE WILLIAMS. SHEPHERD OP THE OZARKS." SUNSET DRIVE-IN Ret. Colombia Pike and Shirley Hwy. "BIRD OF PARADISE" (Tech ). LOUIS JOURDAN. DEBRA PAGET. JEFF CHANDLER. 7:55. 10:15. Plui Giant Cartoon Parade starring Bugs Bunny. Tom and Jerry, Woody Woodpecker. Donald Duck etc. 7:10 and 9:45. rjuuru 74 •THE PRESIDENTS LADY.” BUSAN HAYWARD. CHARLTON HESTON. ROTH THEATRES STANTON "MY COUSIN RACHEL.” OLIVIA DE HAVILLAND. “MEET ME AT THE FAIR.” DAN DAILEY. DEBV Savannah St. at 13« h St. S.I. rMIaA i Bile off Ala. Avo JO 2-2233 (Br Popular Request) "THE QUIET MAN.” JOHN WAYNE In Techni color. 6. 9:20: "BKY FULL OF MOON.” CARLTON CARPENTER. 8:05.