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ori W*' l E'M FILMED .
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EVENING PARKING Tho “Hilarious Coaody"
60* \VtJ° \ ■fiTAUGnj
CAPITAL GAEAGE
with G«org« Tobias—Douglas Watson
1320 N Y. Ave N W L * i
Between I3tb end I4tb 1
lEMHBOBHOM fifam]
Films of More Than Routine Merit
“CRY, THE BELOVED COUNTRY,” well-made adaptation of the
novel.
“HIGH NOON,” with Gary Cooper’s Academy award-winning
performance.
“I CONFESS,” Suspense Master Hitchcock back in peak form.
“IVANHOE,” fine new filming of the old classic,
“LES MISERABLES,” new Hollywood version, well done.
“PETER PAN,” Walt Disney at his whimsical, inventive best.
“RED SHOES.” Moira Shearer in the ballet classic.
“TALES OF HOFFMAN,” lush musical extravaganza.
Stanley Warner Theaters
AMBASSADOR ?»»££
"The House of Wax.” Vincent Price.
Frank Lovejoy. 1. 3:40. 4:33. 0:35.
s in. la .'(-Dimension with Warner
Phonic Sound.
HVKf
AVJIIjUI* tion Gobi." Richard Wid
mark. 0:13. s. !>:•"»<•.
AVE. GRAND -as'tle,’ Stephen I
McNally. Richard Green. 6:15. 7:30.
9:40.
nrvrm V *-*• 3-33«0. “Thief of
DIiVUHiI Venice." Maria Montez,
<5:30. 0:40 PM. "Ansels in the Out
ficld, Paul Douglas. 7:50 PM.
Oil tippT WO. 6-3345. "The
vAblLlil stars Are Sineins,"
Rosemary Clooney. 7:10, 0:35 P M.
PFMTD&I MR - "I Con
*lN 1 RnL fess.” Mont com er y
Clift. 11 2:35. 5:50. 0:15. "Stop.
You're Killing Mr." Broderick Craw
ford. 1. 4:3.3. 7:50.
PHI rtWV RA - 3-6500. "Destina-
LUliUll X tion Gobi.” Richard Wid
mark. <5:15, S, 11:35.
vrxiNrnv ,:A e-tjoo*. "t h«
nl!inlUiUls: ar s Are Singing,”
Rosemary Clooney. 7:03. 9:30.
DFIIII , 7" v ;nn. "Trouble Along
rblllV the Way,” John Wayne.
Donna Reed. 1. 3:05, 5:10,7:30.0:25
( » VO V 5-RmlsT “Quebec."
ARIUI John Barrymore, jr., Cor
rine Calvet. 0:20. 0:35. ! "Invasion
U. S A." Gerald Mohr, Peggie Castle.
cßrnniAii ra. <>-3iob" • star*
jntnUlHn Are Sincing.” Rose
marv Clooney. 7:05, 0:3(I,
C|l wpn.ic. 0-5500. "I Love Mel-
AIufIiII vin." Donald O'Connor,
Debbie Reynolds. 1:40. 3:40. 5:40.
7:10. f>:4o.
TAIfAMA RA - 3 - ni - “Les Mis
lHlllti'lH erables." Michael Ren
n)e. Drbra Padget, 7. 0:25,
Tivm 1 ro - 5-IROO. "Trouble
AlvUul Along the Way." John
Wayne, Donna Reed. 2, 4:30. 7, 9:35.
UPTOWN "'O. 6-5100. "Trouble
”• IWTTn Along the Way.” John
Wavne. Donna Reed. 2:05. 4:35.
7:05 0:35 P.M.
KB THEATERS
Norserlea In All K-B Theatera
RDPY WO 6-4600. 4813 Mass.
Hr St A Ave. Free Parking.
Coni 1-11 "Two story gems ... a
movie of high merit . . . should be
|■em''mhereri when Academy Award
nominations are made for 1953.” —
lav Carmody. Star. "One of the
nicest things we've had . . cx
iremeiv veil done ... a credit to
I lie industry "—Post. James Mason.
Robert Preston.
“FACE TO FACE”
Combining Joseph Conrad’s ‘'THE
SECRET SHARRFR.” and Srpptmn
Cranes “THE BRIDE COMES TO
YELLOW SKY.’' at 1:1.5. 3:20. 3:25.
: ;id. o:io.
Extra. That wonderful character
all adult movie-coers love . .
MR. MAGOO
3Q minutes of his best cartoons.
FI ftU/FB' ,l '‘ R R* nß - Flower Ave.
r I*U TV gill £ Pin „ Br R|t . S || Spc .
Continuing our Mid-Week Finer Film
Policv of Presenting Outstanding
British Pictures —
“CRY. THE BELOVED
COUNTRY”
Filmed in Africa from Aian Paton’s
Best Selling Novel. 7:10. 0:30.
NAYLOR,B, h s.E.
Open fi P.M. Two Hits. James Ma
son in the Duo-Drama “FACE TO
FACE." a* 0:15. 9:10. Plus Cary
Grant Shirley Temple. "THE
BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY BOX
ER " 8:05 only.
V Klin FV HF.. 4-5700.
fjfliiUl.il I N. H. Ave. A L'nlv. Lane
I.ast Dav. Doors Open 12:45. Rose
mary Clooney’s Musical Hit. "THE
STARS ARE SINGING.” in Techni
color 1:20, 3:20. 5:20. 7:20. 9:30.
I Watch for Our All Academy i
Award Program Starting Saturday
8 D TUT ID >BSO MacArthur
naCAtllnUH Blvd. EM. 3-1600
"The International Cinema."
Michael Denison, Dulcie Gray. "THE
FRANCHISE AFFAIR" at 0:15.
8:05. 10 P.M Extra. "ROYAL DES
TINY.” the life of Queen Elizabeth 11.
SIDNEY LUST THEATERS I;
Air Conditioned-—Free Parking
Coming in Person on Stage
“AL FUZZY ST. JOHN”
and his Western Revue at following
Sidney Lust Theaters:
Beltsville Drive-In. Cheverly. May 14.
Beitsvillc Drive-In, Hyatts.. Mav 15.
Milo. May lti.
Marlboro. May 17.
BELTSVILLE DRIVE - IN
Balto. Blvd. WE. 5-5800. Open 7:30.
Robert Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor.
“IVANHOE”
(Technicolor! at 8:30. 10:45. At
Regular Prices.
AT I FN Rosemary Clooney, Lauritz
Jtlilibll Meichior, "THE STARS
ARE SINGING." (Technicolori at
tl:3(>, 8.10. to.
Starting Tomorrow—
“BWANA DEVIL”
3 DIMENSION
FFTIIFCn A John Wayne. Donna
Sb 1 n&aifft Reed. Charles Coburn.
"TROUBLE ALONG THE WAY." at
7, 9:30
rUFVrni V Jane Powell. Farley
(jlMiYtilMil Granger. “SMALL
TOWN GlßL(Technicolor) at 0710
Charles Coburn, “TROUBLE ALONG
THE WAY" at 7. 9:30.
VAVlVnnn John Wayne. Donna
IWIinUUU Reed. Charles Coburn
"TROUBLE' ALONG THE WAY.” at
7. 0:30.
iriPDC Mill Donald O'Connor.
YlKina FIUjIi Debbie Reynolds.
"I LOVE MELVIN." (Technicolor) at
9:30. 8. 9:40.
Starting Tomorrow—
“BWANA DEVIL”
3 DIMENSION
Mil A John P*yne. Preson Foster.
FllliU KANSAS CITY CONFIDEN
TIAL.” at 7:15, 9:10
MARLBORO gg**
"DOWN AMONG THE SHELTERING
PALMS." (Technicolor) 7:30. 9:20.
HISER-BETHESDA
Walt Disney’s
“BEAR COUNTRY”
“PETER PAN”
1:40. 3:40. 5:40. 7:40. 9:40.
SDNSETDRIVE-IN u t:; 9Pk '
Between Columbia Pika A Shirley H>t. |
Open 7:45 PM Jeff Chandler in "RED
BALL EXPRESS." 10:05. Plus Sally*
Forrest, Lionel Barrymore. In "BANNER- i
LINE." 8:35. Thurs . "MUTINY.” and i
"FEARLESS FAGAN.”
WINELAND THEATERS
ANACOSTIA 14,5
John Wayne. Donna Reed in "TROU
BLE ALONG THE WAY," at 1. 3:05,
5:10. 7:15. 9:20.
HIGHLAND * E
Rosemary Clooney in “THE STARS
ARE SINGING." In Technicolor at
6:15. 9:35. Edmond O’Brien in a
reissue of “WARPATH, in Techni
coior at 7:55.
PAR AI Marlboro Pike at District Line
LUIIAL jq 8 . 5 i 31 -
Jane Powell. Farley Granger. In
"SMALL TOWN GIRL." in Techni
color at 6:30. 9:30. William El
liott in "THE MAVERICK" at 8.
ATI ANTir Nichols Ave. and
nitinnilb Atlantic St. JO 3 5000
John Wavne. Donna Reed in "TROU
BLE ALONG THE WAY, 6:50. 9:20.
CONGRESS 2931 Ni £°\ A ß y^ s - E
Long Run British Comedy Hit—The
incomparable Alstair Simm in
“LAUGHTER IN PARADISE.” at
LAUREL BS“
! Ricardo Montalban. Yvonne DeCarlo
in “SOMBRERO,” in Technicolor at
6. 7:50. 9:45.
CAPITOL Copitol j0 i9h 8.4' 7 4
At regular prices. "THE MIRACLE
; OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA." in
color at 6:15. 9:30. Pius Jeanne
Crain in a reissue of "BELLES ON
THEIR TOES,” at 8.
THE VILLAGEIi’F DU *7-5358
Donald O'Connor. Debbie Reynolds.
"I LOVE MELVIN." Technicolor,
at 6:23 8:111, «»: yi >.
Thurs. and Fri. The Quiet Man I
—John Wayne—ls here again I
in "TROUBLE ALONG THE
VV A Y.**
I NEWTON " 12,h ; 4 A N n 1 , -' NE
S Richard Wirimark in "DESTINA
_e TION GOBI." (Technicolori at 6,
P '">•>• 9:30,
<• Thurs. and Fri.. Rosemary
k. Clooney In "THE STARS ARE
« SINGING."
E— •
3 VFRNAN 3707 Ml. Vernon Ave.
js Ybnnun A , ex ., Va . ki.9 2424
£ Last Two Davs—at regular prices.
; v Academy Award Winner. GARY
fifi COOPER. Best Actor of the Year.
« “HIGH NOON”
‘3 At 6. 7:40, 9:35,
IFCCF 'Bth nr. RI. Ave. N.i.
IA. 6-3112
Anne Baxter. Richard Conte, in
"THE BLUE GARDENIA." 7. 9:35.
Ed Sullivan. Barton McLane in
'THE FIGHTING RACKETEERS."
at (>■ 8:35,
Thurs. and Fri.. "BATTLE
CIRCUS," and "TOO MANY
GIRLS."
• t REED 1723 K j n ® s * /'■ 9 3445
•* S *«»J»ja» Porklng Space
S ROBERT RYAN. MALA POWERS
*« " C £ l ' Y BENEA TH THE SEA."
I Is VIRGINIA M * moria Ky lv 9 d 6 ni” St
1 C “ ALAN LADD ARLENE DAHL.
:1= § DESERT LEGION."
4 < taro
® CHARLTON HESTON. SUSAN H.4Y-
- WARD. "THE PRESIDENT'S LADY”
IJSHIRLINGTON
£ DONALD O'CONNOR. DEBBIE
! REYNOLDS. "I LOVE MELVIN."
Arlington-Falls Church, Va.
1 JA. 7-4366 _
THE BYRD CINEMA
101 S Wayne St
Academy Award Winner
GARY COOPER In
“HIGH NOON”
SSTATF ‘Tlown Among the Shelter
tng Palms.” William Lund
! igan, Mltzl Gaynor. in Technicolor.
ARI INRTfllf Richard Wldmark.
ftniiinulUn "Destination Gobi."
| In Technicolor.
WIT COM Walt Disney’s "Peter
WUjdUIl Pan> ” in Technicolor.
Added: "Bear Country."
HI FRF Walt Disney’s "Peter Pan”
Ulef.DK> in Technicolor. Added:
"Bear Country.”
BUCKINGHAM
"Androcles and the Lion."
jefferson T^;
Technicolor. Added: "Bear Country."
GEORGETOWN
"The Community Art Cinema"
Air Conditioned
Limited Engagement Exclusive Showing j
MARTYN GREEN
KENNY BAKER
In the Technicolor Production of GIL
BERT & SULLIVAN’S Delightful
“THE MIKADO”
With Members and Chorus of the
World-Famed
D'Ovly Carte Opera Co.
Doors Open 5:45 PM. Feature at 6.
l "free parking _
CIRCLE 2,0 - a -; w
i Jane Powell Farley Granger. Ann Miller
' In "SMALL TOWN GIRL." (in Techni
color) at 6:05. 8, 9:55.
E. M. LOEWS
MT. VERNON OPEN AIN
Rt. I So. of Alex. K1 9-7050
; Tonight and Wednesday, in Technicolor. 1
Merriest of Musicals. "THE STARS ARE
I SINGING." starring Rosemary Clooney. I
Anna Maria Alberghetti. 10:15. *2d sea
: turc. Dan Duryea. Broderick Crawford, i
;In "BLACK ANGEL." 8:30. Children i
! Free.
i !
ROTH THEATRES
STANTON 6_,h f l . C 4.|‘; 68 NE ’
AIR CONDITIONED
Moira Shearer. Robert Helpmann '■
i "TALES OF HOFFMAN." Technicolor !
Also "ROYAL JOURNEY."
DARK Savannah St at <3th St. S.E
rnnn I Blk off Ala Av. to 2-2233 I
Air Conditioned
"Internationa! Cinema Time."
No Advance In Prices. There has I
never been such a picture with such j
emotion color, love story and danc
ing as:
“RED SHOES”
Technicolor. Moira Shearer. Marius i
Goring.
Walt Disney’s
Academy Award Winner. Technicolor. 1
“WATER BIRDS”
8:45 Only.
AIRPORT DRIVE-IN
"THE BLUE GARDENIA," Anne Bax- !
ier. Richard Conte at 10: Plus "JUNGLE
JIM IN FORBIDDEN LAND." Johnny
Weissmuller at 8:35 and 11:30. Cartoon. 1
Located in Arlington on U. S. Route 1
j just over the 14th St. Bridge. Five .
| minutes from Downtown. Kids Free. j
FAIRFAX Va. Phone 786
* 1 Free Parking
| "PETER PAN." In Technicolor. Also
"BEAR COUNTRY." l
i Hollywood Diary
Joan Delays Haul
For'Sudden Fear'
f
By Sheilah Graham ■
HOLLYWOOD.
Joan Crawford hasn’t received
a cent from “Sudden Fear.” She
owns the picture, but everyone
else connected with its produc
tion has to be paid off first—
then she’ll collect a fortune.
Ballerina Ludmilla Tcherina is
very tempermental even though
Universal-International is spend
ing $25,000 for her tests, plus a
sweet suite at the Beverly Hills
, Hotel, a secretary and an ln
j terpreter.
| Lana Turner almost sank the
1 aircraft carrier Midway in the
| Mediterranean when she sang
; "Doggie in the Window” for 35,-
. 000 sailors.
Anyone knowing where
i Broncho Billy Anderson is, con
tact Bob Cobb at the Brown
Derby here. He's looking for
Billy. . Jerry Lewis is spend
ing $35,000 on an annex to house
his record library.
** * *
There’ll be no percentage for
June Allyson in U-I’s “Story of
Glenn Miller.” because Jimmy
Stewart’s deal is for 50 per cent
of< the profits and the studio has
to get something.... Dick Powell
and June, by the way, have been
hiding out in Denver this past
; week.
The Alan Ladds, returning
AMUSEMENTS.
AND
\ FINAL WEEK
First all
3 D Production
3-P ACTION!
3-D COLOR!
AND
1 3-D SOUND!
Warner Bros'
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Drive Out and See
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401 Horner* Lane
from Britain, will pause in New
York only long enough to go
from the boat to the train to
Canada—where he stars in “Sas
katchewan” in July.
It’s not surprising that the
“Little Margie” sponsor cut her
line “I’m real cool,” from the
next TV half hour. She’s work
ing for Philip Morris.
Anne Jeffreys was stung In
the worst possible place by a
bee while working in the garden.
Robert Alda, who hasn’t made
: a film in years, is testing to be
"One of the Boys,” with Judy
Holliday.
o* * *
Shelley Winters has to lose
six pounds pronto. She wants to
! look slim when she greets hus
band Vittorio Gassman on his
arrival from Italy.
Jean Simmons, lunching with
Rupert Allan of Look magazine, j
was sporting a large Chinese
coolie, straw chapeau. Good for
the beach, but unusual for \
Romanoff’s.
Tony and Janet Curtis can j
sing and dance, and want to
travel the nite-club circuit.
There’s a fortune in those closed,
smoky spaces.
A perfume outfit reportedly of
fered Marlene Dietrich $200,000
a year for her name on their
product. But Marlene is said to
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have said: “I do not want to be;
a perfume salesman.” I don’t j
believe it. either.
Anne Baxter, who has run the '
gamut from cigars to sexy roles,
wants to sing in her next picture.
She’s practicing at parties in
Europe. Caught Dawn Addams
patriotically posing in red, white
and blue minks—for coronation
lay-outs.
Scott Brady writes that he met
Noel Coward at a benefit in Lon
don, and the playwright will star
him on the stage in a comedy
this autumn, but he’ll be back
here first for a film. By the
way, whatever happened to
Scott’s plan to marry Dorothy
! Malone?
** * *
A paramount deal is brewing
for Marge and Gower Champion.
Boss Don Hartman has been to
the Las Vegas Flamingo twice
to catch their sell-out act.
John Payne was obviously too
nervous to do right by himself
at “Tops” in San Diego, and ne
should take time out to rehearse
before hitting Las Vegas. .
Coleen Gray, who used to go with
Payne, is doing the night spots
with Sy Bartlett, who used to
be married to Ellen Drew
Local Student
In OSU's 'Blues'
Chic Cowan of 2922 Newark
; street N.W. will appear in the
Ohio State University Theater’s
production of Tennessee Wil’-
! Hams’ “American Blues,” a quar
tet of one-act plays, which are
being presented for the first
time. The plays will run from
Friday through May 23.
j Dance Concert
I Pola Nirenska and Ethel Butler
| and her group will present a
dance concert at Cardozo Center
Auditorium on Friday, May 29, at
8:30 p.m.
The program will include a
'series of solos by Miss Nirenska: i
1 a dance drama written by Wil- ‘
liam Butler Yeats, directed and
: choreographed by Miss Butler; !
! and a duet, “Theme and Varia- }
Itions.” by both dancers.
The District Recreation De- j
I partment and the Washington ;
: Modern Dance Council are spon- i
! soring the concert.
To Stage Comedy
The Garrett Players will pre
sent F. Hugh Herbert’s “For Love
or Money” on Friday and Satur
day at the Garrett Park School!
in Garrett Park. Md.
Howard Wentworth is direct- !
ing the production.
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WEDNESDAY. MAY 13, 19A3
AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS.
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