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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 19*8
The Show
O'Neill a Man of Mystery
Despite World Renown
By Jay Carmody
The heirs to his artistic wealth will be a long time settling
Jihe estate of Eugene O’Neill who died last week. Between now
and then, there will be many a violent critical Donnybrook of the
kmd in which O’Neill was a reluctant participant—an oblique one
when he could be—all of his adult days.
Nevertheless, in the contro
versy to come, there will be what
the cliche calls areas of agree
ment.
On two aspect of O'Neill, the
Judgment already has been
made and accepted. These are
that he was great and that he
was strange. How great and
how strange remain to be dis
puted by critics, large and small,
who will go searching through
the labyrinth of O’Neill’s plays
and his life.
It may be that one of these
will have the genius to under
stand the genius of ithe matinee
idol’s son who became America’s
sole world figure in the drama.
** * 4
The scope this task was out
lined as long ago jas 1926 by
Stark Young, one jofj the critical
first rank, when i hie wrote of
"The Great God Brown” that:
“I felt a torment of spirit, a
groping love of life, a bitter pity
and goodness, a warm and cou
rageous desire, that make me,
like so many other people in
America, wish Eugene O’Neill
well, wish that it may be granted
to him to fulfill his talent and
devotion. I admired the passion
for fresh and powerful dramatic
form in Eugene O’Neill, and I
felt like lining myself up in de
fense of the audacious integrity
of his mood. But, by the play
itself as it went on I was enter
tained only now and then ....
"The writing ... is unequal,
sometimes beautiful and keen, I
often well chastened toward the ;
dramatic point to be expressed,
often obvious, sometimes flat,
poor poetry, third-rate taste.”
When Young wrote this cand
idly groping estimate of O’Neill,
the body of the latter’s work was
incomplete. What came later,
some of it clearly greater, merely
added to the contradictions that
were so spectacular a part of the
fascination of O’Neill.
** * *
Coming late to the theater—
this correspondent to his own
surprise has reviewed only one j
new O'Neill play, “The Iceman 1
Cometh” in 1946—the private
and personal O’Neill seems as j
dramatic as the public one.
He seems to have been as i
much of an enigma in himself i
as in his plays. One reads and
hears a mass of detail about his
experience and his behavior, but j
he remains a shadow.
He was a schoolboy in Stam-!
ford, Conn., who used to swim
in the Sound in the dead of
winter. He read Dumas, every
word. He grew up in a New Eng
land whose spirit had withered;
saw with the curious eye of a
small boy a strange death in
life that came back to him as
"Desire Under the Elms,”
"Mourning Becomes Electra,”
etc.
He went to Princeton where
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don, and as a columnist, and in
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These, the antithesis of the
romantic bilge that made his
father a turn of the century
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restore the tragic spirit to the
American theater. They also
made him a world figure and
won for him the highest of
humanity’s literary honors.
** * *
Yet in spite of the welter of
biographical data and the volume
of his own articulate work,
O’Neill remains a mystery.
Did he laugh? More than the
one time George Jean Nathan
heard him in years of close
acquaintance, the first decade
of which they were on a ‘Mister”
basis? Was he John Loving, the
man looking for God, in "Days
Without End.” Was he Hickey
in “The Iceman Cometh” or any
of the heroes in any of a dozen
other plays?
Was he the gusty drinking
man with a taste for low and
roistering companions. Or, was
he the disdainful teetotaller who
later scorned alcohol as one of
| mankind’s most overrated escapes
, and whose total yearning for
companionship was summed up
in his third wife, Carlotta?
How could he achieve such in
dignation over human suffering
while having such, if only pass
ing, withering scorn for human
sufferers?
Eugene O’Neill left a multitude
of questions unanswered, the
most baffling; What makes a
great playwright great?
Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
And Time of Showing
Stage.
National—" The Prescott Proj-
I posals”; 8:30 p.m.
Sam S. Shubert “Flamel-
Out”; 8:30 p.m.
Screen.
Ambassador “Hondo”; 1:30,
3:30, 5:35, 7:40 and 9:40 p.m.
Capitol "Kiss Me Kate”;
11:15 a.m., 1:20, 3:30, 5:35, 7:45
and 9:50 p.m.
Columbia “Take the High
Ground”: 11:25 a.m., 1:30, 3:35,
5:40, 7:45 and 9:55 p.m.
Dupont "Martin Luther”;
11:45 a.m., 1:40, 3:40, 5:35, 7:40
and 9:45 p.m.
Keith’s “All the Brothers
Were Valiant”: 11:30 a.m., 1:35,
3:40, 5:45, 7:50 and 9:55 p.m.
Little—"So Little Time”; 6:15,
8:05 and 10 p.m.
MacArthur—"The Cruel Sea”;
6:15 and 9:40 p.m. Sneak pre
view: 8:15 p.m.
Metropolitan—“ Hondo”; 11:30
a.m., 1:30, 3:35, 5:35, 7:40 and
9:45 pm.
Ontario—“ Veils of Bagdad";
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Palace—“ How to Marry a Mil
lionaire”; 11 a.m., 1:10, 3:20,
5:30, 7:40 and 9:50 p.m.
pAyhouse— "Roman Holiday”;
! 11:05 a.m., 1:10, 3:15, 5:20, 7:30
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Plaza—“ Little Boy Lost”; 11
a.m., 12:50, 2:40, 4:35, 6:20, 8:05
ana 10:05 p.m.
i Silver Spring—“ The Beggar’s
Opera”: 8:30 p.m.
Trans-Lux “From Here to
i Eternity”; 11:10 a.m., 1:15, 3:25,
5:35, 7:50 and 10 p.m.
Warner—“ This Is Cinerama”;
I 2:30 and 8:40 p.m.
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IN BIBLICAL DRAMA—Paulette Goddard portrays the evil
priestess in “Sins of Jezebelwhich will be the next attrac
tion at the Ontario.
Hollywood Diary:
Movie Columnist Pays
Broadway a Visit
By Sheilah Graham
HOLLYWOOD.
Manhattan meanderings. . . .
Joanne Dru and John Ireland
pale sftid exhausted, landed in
New York from London and
headed for Donald Budge’s party
to christen his new tennis club.
They’ll be returning here in a
couple of days. . . . Irene Dunne
at “21” with hubby, Dr. Francis
Griffin, and she’s planning her
own television show. . . . Gussie
Moran, in New York now, sign
ing for a TV show. But the mar
riage with Ed Hand is off. . . .
Martha Raye, now completely
sold on TV, guests on the Perry
Como Colgate Show December
13th.
You haven’t lived until you’ve
danced with Tony De Marco. He
twirled me out on the floor at
El Morocco. Now I feel like a
professional. ... In a corner at
El Morocco—Winnie Gardner
with his previous wife, Babs
Beckwith. Should be a statement
soon from Sonja Henie.
Quote from Ruth Cosgrove re.
her upcoming marriage, with
Milton Berle, “I hope we’ll be
as happy afterwards as we’ve
been before?’ The lass gets a
three-week honeymoon in Mi
ami. . . . Anita Loos is writing a
play for the three Gabors and
Mama Jolie. to open on Broad
way in September. Zsa Zsa’s
6-year-old Francesca is insisting
on getting into the act. “If any
one plays Francesca it’s me,”
she ultimatumed to Zsa Zsa.
** * *
Clark Gable tells pals in Eu
rope, he’s made his last picture
for Metro. He comes home by
boat December 17, and goes into
independent production. . . .
Hope Hampton everywhere in
Gotham with Sinclair Robinson.
They’ve been engaged for years,
but no wedding date. . . . Dan
Dailey with Gwenn O’Connor at
the Stork Club.
I found Cesar Romero all
alone, at the bar of the Little
Club, and he could use a good
press agent. I didn’t know until
he told me that he does a weekly
television show in New York.
Says he likes it there—but can’t
wait to emanate from Hollywood
next fall.
Tony Bartley caught up with
me at the Donald Budge party.
"Deborah (Kerr) and I realized
that we were being shot at.” he
told me. and he meant their
marriage. ‘l read where Debbie
was in love with an agent, a mil
lionaire and a married actor. So
we had a meeting to decide what
to do about it. What can you
do? Go about strangling people?
I guess we’ll just go on being
happy together.”
** * *
My biggest disappointment in
New York —the Mary Martin-
Charles Boyer play, ‘Kind Sir.”
Nothing but brilliant people con
nected with the production. And
it adds up to nothing? After
the show I found Boyer having
dinner all by himself at the
Stork Club, and apparently the
play will run till May, then
Charles rejoins his family in
Hollywood.
My flight back home was
loaded with movie people
among them Gloria Grahame,
Hoagy Carmichael. Jimmy Woolf
from London with Laurence
Harvey who reports to Warners
for ‘The Talisman.” Gloria who
will do an important television
show in New York after “The
Human Beast” is canned, will
be paid off with a fur coat. And
she can’t decide between a mink
“which is too old for me,” or a
seal coat with a mink collar,
“which I’m crazy about.” Take
the mink, Gloria.
** * *
Cy Howard follows Gloria to
Hollywood in a day or so. but
will have to return to England
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Whatever happened to Marilyn
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Jerry Davis? Jeff Chandler met
her at the airport, took her to
the Harlequinade for dinner,
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chell opening. Wonder why Guy
was so nervous’ Perhaps because
his “red garters” boss Don Hart
man rirtgsided with the Para
mount studio gang. Or was he
worried about his marriage
breakup with Jackie Loughery?
** * *
Walter Pidgeon has signed for j
the fourth consecutive year to
spend the Christmas holidays en
tertaining Gls abroad.
Incidentally, Jack Benny and
Marilyn Monroe are teaming for
a series of P.A.’s around the
country.
And when Phil Harris learned
that his oil well had come in,
he called Jack Benny and offered
him the job of polishing his car
and keeping it filled with oil.
And speaking of cars, if you
happen to be m New York, don’t
miss Josephine Hull in '“The
Solid Gold Cadillac.” It was
worth the bad weather there,
just to see this grand performer.
(Released by N.A N.A.)
Trixie Friganza Is 82
PASADENA, Calif., Nov. 30.
UP). Trixie Friganza, the
! “champagne girl” of a genera
: tion ago, observed her 82d birth
j day yesterday. The retired
actress said she received more
than 200 birthday cards from
her faithful admirers. These in
cluded the four young sons of
crooner Bing Crosby.
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S T NEAK PREVIEW
Tonight at 8:15 P.M. A New British FADITfIV Capitol Heights. Md
Film Being Tested for Audience Re- vfirii UL ,q g. 4740
p j,“f I .? ur 0 5' g “ la f 2 Big Hits, in Technicolor. VAN
xrTA■ J U A £. HEFLIN In "WINOS OF THE
HAWKINS. Feature at 6.15 and 9.40. HAWK.” at 6:35. 9:50; FERNANDO
— , '' " LAMAS. ARLENE DAHL In "SAN
rnv MTV Georgia Ave and Farra OAREE.” at 7:55.
vUlelln T gut St. N W RA 3-2200
MICHELE MORGAN. GER AR D 1 ■ 1 ~
PHILIPS.. VIVIENNE ROMANCE. . . r> n r . k v
isa miranda. Arlingtou-Falls Church, Vs.
“7 DEADLY SINS” j*. 7-4266
The Sensational French-FUm Hit. THF RVRII fVIIFMA
Feature at 6:50 and 9:15 P.M. Short# OinU UiniiPUi
at 6:30 and 8:56 P.M. to 4 8 Wayne St
A Picture You'll Never Forget.
' KATHERINE McLEOD and PHILLIP
BOTH THEATRES “rn Always Love You”
STANTON
Last Day. Doors Open 6:15. "GEN- "V *"" ter Brennan in Sea
TLEMEN PREFER BLONDES.” MAR- of Lost Bhlps.
ILYN MONROE. JANE RUSSELL: Mlft Edward O. Robinson.
"COLUMN SOUTH.” AUDIE MURPHY. ol AIK Paulette Goddard, "Vice
nkBV bavonnoh it at >3th it i.E. Bt|U> ?'
"A#* . gik oh Ala Ave -O ’ »33 0111 C(|H alenn Ford - Ann Sherl-
On Our Magnascope Screen. MARILYN " u " ,wn dan. "Appointment in
MONROE. JANE RUSSELL, "GEN- Honduras,” in Technicolor.
TLEMEN PREFER BLONDES." Techu
“ WATER GLEBE Sme” ° r “
1 - — 1 BUCKINGHAM Ava Gardner, I j
GREENBELT r , “Mogambo.” In Technicolor.
?hows 7 «d 9. wa*it 3 D^lv'. JEFFERSON
OLADEB.”
Experienced Advertisers Prefer The Star
nrrn 1723 King si. ki. 9.3443
t nEtUU Parking Space
i QLENN FORD. GLORIA ORAHAME.
• " THE Bl< 3 HEAT.”
\ VIRGINIA Kr 9.61M Vd * s *'
JANE WYMAN. STERLING HAY-
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If Ml Int TE 6 ., 000 fr „ Parkin,.
E ROCK HUDSON. MARCIA HEN
; DERSON. "BACK TO GOD S COUN
; TRY.”
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“ JOHN DEREK. WANDA HENDRIX,
"SEA OF LOST SHIPS/ -
Alexandria —Arlington, Va.
Information. Phone KL 9-9090
DRIVE-IN THEATRES
ARC DRIVE-IN THEATRE
“Family Khowplace of the Southeast - ’
7100 Indian Head Hwy.. 3 Miles
From the D. C. Cine, a Direct Route
Out South Capitol St. S.E. to ABC.
Children Under IS Years Free.
OPEN « P.M. CO. 7-2560.
Ends Tonight. First S.E. Showing.
JOEL McCREA in 'SHOOT FIRST.”
at 6:30 and 10; Plus "WORLD IN
HIS ARMS.” in Color, at 8:30 Only.
Tues. "PICK UP ON SOUTH
STREET." Also "PONY SOL
DIER," in Color.
AIRPORT o r»
"NAKED SPUR” (Tech. I, JAMES
STEWART, at 7:05 and 10:45: Plus
“TRADER HORN.” HARRY CAREY.
R:55. Cartoon. Located in Arlington
on U. S. Route 1. just over the 14th
St. Bridge.
Branch Drive-In Theater
Open Every Week End. Starts FrL.
“THE IRON MISTRESS." ALAN LADD.
E. M. LOEWS
MT. VERNON OPEN AIR
Rt. 1, So. of Alexandria. SO. 8-8722.
Tonight Thru Wed. At Our Regular
Prices. The Top Musical of Them
All. In Tech. "GENTLEMEN PRE
FER BLONDES." JANE RUSSELL,
MARILYN MONROE. 6:35, 9:30:
FANGS OF THE ARCTIC." KIRBY
GRANT. 8:15. Color Cartoon. Kiddles
Free
CIINCFT Leesburg Pike Route 7
•)UnOE.l At Baileys X Roads
WINTER POLICY— OPEN WEEK
ENDS AND HOLIDAYS.
SUPER CHIEF DRIVE-IN
On the Indian Head Hwy.. via South
Capitol SC. (i'4 Miles From D. C. Line.
On the Right—No Traffic Hazards!
LO. 7-8100.
MARILYN MONROE. JANE RUSSELL.
“GENTLEMEN
PREFER BLONDES”
(In Technicolor) at 6:30. 9:00. Prices
for This Engagement Only: Adults,
74c. All Children Under 13 Free.
Louis Bernheimer's Theatres
THE VILLAGE ' N r&7SBi
MARILYN MONROE. JANE
RUSSELL.
“GENTLEMEN
PREFER BLONDES”
(In Technicolor)’ at 6:00. 7:46,
9:32 Prices for This Engagement
Only: Adults. 74c: Children. 30c at
All Times, Tax Included.
NEWTON ,2,b * N,w,or NE .
GARY COOPER. BARBARA STAN
WYCK in "BLOWING WILD.” at
6:18. 9:36: Also RUTH HUSSEY,
DENNIS O'KEEFE in "THE LADY
WANTS MINK" (in Technicolor), at
7:_48
VrRNMI 3707 Ml Vornon Avo.
VMInUn v „ KI 9.J42K
FERNANDO LAMAS. ARLENE
TAHL In
“SANGAREE”
(In Technicolor), at 6, 7:42, 9:22.
freer 18th nr. It. I. Avo. N.E.
LA 6-3112
"Northeaat’s Art Cinema”
Academy Award Winner. JOBE
FERRER. ZAZA OABOR In
“MOULIN ROUGE”
(In Technicolor) at 6:35. B:20;
Coffee Served. With Our Compli
ments, in the Lounge.
rAIRFAY Fairfax. Vo Phone 784
f Him HA Free Pa'king
'■ “THE MOON 18 feLUE." WILLIAM
j HOLDEN. DAVID NIVEN.
HISER BETHESDA ™
On Our Giant Miracle
Mirror Screen
CORNEL WILDE
“THE GREATEST SHOW
ON EARTH”
6:00. 8:55.
circle
MARILYN MONROE. JANE RUSSELL.
CHARLES COBURN in
“GENTLEMEN PREFER
“BLONDES”
fin Technicolor! At 6:00. 7:50, 9:40.
j Last Day.
GEORGETOWN .
“Waxhinfton's Repertory Cinema”
LAST DAY!
M-O-M's “Glorious" Technicolor Musical
“SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN”
Co-Starring OENE KELLY. DONALD
O'CONNOR. JEAN HAGEN. CYD CHA
RIBBF. DEBBIE REYNOLDS.
I Tomorrow. BEATRICE LILLE la I
I “ON APPROVAL." |
Door* Open 6:45 P.M. Feature at 6:00.
8:00. 10-00 P.M. FREE PARKINO.

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