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Amusements
THE PASSING SHOW
He's a Harvard Man
And He Just Might—
By JAY CARMODY
Drama Editor of The Star
Sunday’s Times crossword puzzle was too easy for a day
filled with such a variety of unattractive weather samples, the
football game was over, so the occupants of one Washington
living room started playing the game called Kennedys.
This is the new version of the pastime known as “Eisen
howers.”
It is played by the same rules, which are very simple. Any
number, from one to the ‘
capacity of the living room,
can play, and all one has to do
is pretend to be White House
tenants confronted by a prob
lem.
Sunday afternoon’s problem
was what to do about U.SI.A..
who should head the agency as
successor to George Allen?
“You’re probably for Jona
than Daniels,” the husband
started it off.
"I think he would be won
derful,” the wife agreed. “He’s
a liberal Southerner, an editor,
has had White House staff ex
perience, is a relaxed intellec
tual, and comes from an ideal
family background. Also, he is
not from Harvard—not that I,
a Bostonian, have the slightest
objection to Harvard. It’s just
that I am dubious about turn
ing Washington exclusively in
to a Harvard club. Dubious of,
understand, does not mean op
posed to. Do you agree?”
“Not quite.” the other said.
“Jonathan Daniels would be,
say, ideal. But I have another
man in mind. Harvard, by the
way. My man’s selection would
leave Mr. Daniels in Raleigh,
overseeing the family’s basic
property, and besides the South
needs editors like Jonathan
Daniels.”
“And your man is—?”
“Brooks Atkinson,” the hus
band said triumphantly. “He’s
got everything, national and
international prestige, warmth,
humanity, scholarship, articu
lateness, understanding—-but
you know him as well as I do.”
"And, not only that—or
those—but what wonderful
neighbors they would make,”
the wife said. “There’s only
one thing wrong with the idea.
Brooks wouldn’t want the job.
and I don’t think he would
thank you for bringing up the
idea. And neither would
Oriana.”
"One could always put it j
on the basis of duty to one’s
country,” the husband played
on.
“That’s cheating—in Brooks’
case, I mean. No American
since George Washington has
more thoroughly earned his
right to choose his own duty
at Brooks* age. All those
ghastly first nights he lived
through for all those years—.”
“But you, yourself, heard
him say not long ago that the
theater had provided him with
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THE EVENING STAR
Washington, D. C.
Tuesday, January 17, 1961
UL.U, WU4VU ate vCIJ OlUipiU,
a good life,** the husband In
terrupted.
“Not the theater—journalism
—the theater only obliquely.
You leave Brooks alone. And
the Kennedys. And the Dan
iels. And me! Why don’t you
go find something to play with,
existentialism—or whether I’m
right when I say ‘Six Charac
ters in Search of An Author*
is not a comedy.**
The game seemed over—and
less fun than Eisenhowers used
to be when it concerned guess
ing whether they would go to
Gettysburg and leave Jim and
Marge Hagerty free to play
golf.
Still—,
•• ♦ ♦
OUR MAN STANLEY: We
print herewith a memo ad
dressed to the drama depart
ment and headed by the three
words, “This is Truth**:
"My name is Mark Baldwin,
I’m a dictationist in the news
room. Last night, Friday, I ww
’Six Characters in Search of
An Author’ with three friends.
“After the play we drove
around town, looking for a
truck driver to ask him: ‘Where
is Reality’?
“At Constitution and Penn
sylvania we pulled up next to
a battered old Hudson with
two ladies in it. We honked,
waved, and when one finally
opened the window I asked.
‘Excuse me, ma’am, but where
is Reality?’
“The lady answered—imme
diately—‘We must all search
together with Pirandello . . .*
and drove off in the mist to
ward the Capitol.”
** * •
MEMO: “Pepe,” the Cantin
flas starrer, produced by
George Sidney, will have its
Washington premiere on Feb
ruary 17 at the Trans-Lux
Theater . . . “Ben-Hur.” hav
ing departed the Stanley War
ner, will return at popular
prices on February 10 to two
K-B theaters . . . One of these
is the Apex, the other the
Langley in Silver Spring . . .
Meantime, out at Bethesda’s
K-B Baronet, another large
production recently sold at ad
vanced prices, this one “Can-
Can” will have opened on Feb
ruary 2 . . . For claustropho
biacs and those unable to get
a personal close-up of the In
augural, there will be holiday
matinees on Friday at a num
ber of local film houses . . .
Our spies, news-nose amateurs
but reliable, report that the
most Latin movie atmosphere
in Washington is to be found
right now at the Apex . . .
Where "General Della Rovere”
is playing . . . And the most
Greek at the Dupont where
“Never on Sunday” is remind
ing everyone of that national
origin what a lovely land
Greece is.
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SHOW GOES ON
Tallulah Bankhead continues as the National
Theater’s star in “Midgie Purvis,” now mid
way in its two-week engagement. The new
Mary Chase comedy winds up its pre-Broad
way Washington stay with next Saturday
night’s performance.
HOLLYWOOD
By SHBILAH GRAHAM
Carolyn's Oriental Year
HOLLYWOOD (NANA)—
Cary Grant has asked Carolyn
Jones to slant those big baby
blue orbs of hers to play his
Chinese wife in “One Arabian
Wife,” with Cary set to play
a charming swindler. . . . This
is Carolyn’s year for going Ori
ental. Hal Wallis, to whom she
owes one picture, will test her
for the Japanese girl opposite
Laurence Harvey in “The Girl
From Tamika.”
Van Johnson believes it's all
set for him to be a success in
the London stage version of
“The Music Man.” How does
he know? A crystal-ball gazer
told him so. For Van's sake I
hope the lady is right. John
son has been guessing wrong
in recent years—he refused
"The Untouchables” TV series,
and said no to "Damn Yankees”
and "Pajama Game.”
*• • •
Charlie Chaplin wants Sophia
Loren to be his next leading
lady. He has been tn London
with his wife, Oona, and oldest
daughter Geraldine to see some
plays and to discuss publica
tion of the first part of his
memoirs. . . . Frank Sinatra,
who is so much in the news
these days, was at the Colony
Restaurant in New York the
other night trying to persuade
Gene Cavallero, jr., to open a
junior Colony in Los Angeles.
By the way, top Hollywood
stars who make Switzerland
their bank address are worried
because near-President John
Kennedy is very much aware
of the situation and, it's hoped,
will put a stop to the tax dodg
ing. . . . Jack Palance is dating
Maria Luisa Rolando in Rome.
** « •
Robert Horton, Tony Dow
and Anthony George are one.
two. three in the fan-mail count
at Revue Studios. Tony play?
the 15-year-old Wally in
"Leave it to Beaver.” Mr.
George’s contract for "Check
mate” was picked up three
months in advance with the
same kind of deal Horton has
—to take time off every six
weeks for outside TV guestings.
Jackie Gleason lost the role
of Oliver Hardy in the Du Pont
“Show of the Month” in March,
because of his picture com
mitment in "Gigot.” Art Car
ney is just about set to play
Stan Laurel, with producer
David Susskind now considering
Buddy Hackett or Jonathan
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plump comedian.
Jack “Maverick” Kelly says
he keeps reading he’s set for a
star role with Simone Signoret
in “Devil in Bucks County”—
“But I won’t believe it until
Jack Warner hands me the
script,” says the hopeful actor.
All the TV stars want to reach
the moviegoing public.
Talking of Maverick, creator
Jack Garner, who recently won
i his freedom from Warners, is
dickering with 20th Century-
Fox for a three-picture deal,
with the first, “The Comanch
eros,” with Gary Cooper. Jim,
who was getting less than
$2,000 weekly at Warners, can
now get a minimum $150,000
per picture. So you can see that
it sometimes pay to rebel.
•• • •
Lolita in London is leading
the life of a young hermit away
from the cameras. When 14-
year-old Sue Lyon finishes
playing the nymphet for the
day, she is driven off with her
mother in a chauffeured car to
a secret hideaway. All this
tomfoolery makes for publicity,
doesn’t it?
The John Saxon-Janet Lake
romance that had seemed so
near the altar stage is cooling.
Janet is saying that marriage
would interfere with her career.
Foolish child to allow a career
to interfere with marriage.
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WHERE
AND WHEN
Current Theater Attractions
and Times of Showing
Stage
Arena Stage—“ Six Charac
ters in Search of an Author”;
8:30 p.m.
National Theater “Midgie
Purvis," 8:30 p.m.
Screen
Ambassador “The Sun
downers;” 1:25, 4:05, 6:45 and
9:30 p.m.
Apex “General Della Ro
vere;” 1:20, 4:05, 6:50 and 9:35
p.m.
Capitol “Where the Boys
Are;” 11:50 a.m., 1:50, 3:50,
5:50, 7:50 and 9:50 p.m.
Dupont—“ Never on Sunday;”
1, 2:50, 4:40, 6:30, 8:25 and
10:15 p.m.
Keith’s “Facts of Life;”
11 a.m„ 1:10, 3:25, 5:40, 7:50
and 10:10 p.m.
MacArthur “Make Mine
Mink;” 6:15, 7:55 and 9:45 p.m.
Metropolitan “The Sun
downers;” 11:30 am., 2, 4:30,
6:50 and 9:30 p.m.
Ontario “The Grass Is
Greener;** 1:35, 3:40, 5:45, 7:50
and 10 pjn.
Palace —. “Marriage Go-
Round;” 11:55 am., 1:50, 3:50,
5:45, 7:45 and 9:45 p.m.
‘Playhouse “The Lovers;”
11:30 am., 2:25, 5:25 and 8:20
p.m. "Hiroshima, Mon Amour;"
1, 3:55, 6:55 and 9:45 p.m.
Plaza “Love by Appoint
ment;” 11:45 a.m., 1:35, 3:35,
5:30, 7:30 and 9:35 p.m.
Town—" The World of Suzie
Wong;” 12:05, 2:30, 5 7:30 and
9:45 p.m.
Trans-Lux “The Wackiest
Ship in the Army;” 11 a.m.
12:50, 2:45, 4:35, 6:30, 8:20 and
10 p.m.
Uptown—“ The Alamo;” 8:30
p.m.
Warner “Spartacus"; In
vitational premiere; 8:15 p.m.
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“THE APARTMENT”—Comic Billy Wilder caper deftly
played by Shirley MacLaine and Jack Lemmon.
“INHERIT THE WlND”—Spencer Tracy and Fredric March
duel dramatically at the Scopes “monkey” trial.
“MIDNIGHT LACE”—Doris Day as an English housewife ter
rorized by threats of her imminent murder.
“PORTRAIT IN BLACK”—Lana Turner and Anthony Quinn
in a suspense melodrama with soap opera overtones.
“SCHOOL FOR SCOUNDRELS”—AIastair Sim conducts an
academy of lifemanship in a fine British comedy.
“SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER”—Sordid T. Williams drama,
well-acted by Katharine Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor.
“THE THREE WORLDS OF GULLIVER"—The Swift classic,
turned by camera trickery into a bright film fantasy.
“TIGER BAY”—Hayley Mills captivates as a small girl giving
aid and comfort to a murderer-in-flight.
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VIERS MILL
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SOPHIA LOREN. TAB HUNTER.
GEORGE SANDERS.
“That Kind of Woman”
3:05, 6:30, 9:55,
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Fri.-Sat.. Jules Dassln’s "Rififi."
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Thomas Mann's Witty and intimate
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“THE CONFESSIONS OF
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ELVIS PRESLEY. BARBARA EDEN,
nronni ir ,34 3 y ° u st. n.w.
lfl.rUDlalb Door , Op<n 12:30 P.M.
4th Week. “THE WORLD OF SUZIE
WONG." WILLIAM HOLDEN,
NANCY KWAN.
nnnvrn t ,4M You st. n.w.
duukui 1 Door , Op , n 3r M
2nd Week. Feature. 3:30 and 8 P M.
“BEN HUR"
(Full-Len*th. Uncut Verelon.l
I ailßCTne 2Sth & Benn. Rd. N.E.
IeHHUaIUH Door, Open 2:45 P.M.
"MAGDALENA." Introducing SA
BINA: Also "OI BLUES." ELVIS
PRESLEY.
ROTH'S THEATERS
ROTH'S SILVER SPRINf
>242 Gaorgio Ave, JU. 9-1121
On Everyone’s BEST-TEN List
“INHERIT THE WIND”
Spencer Tracy. Fredric March. 7:00.
9:35. Shorts. 6:35, 9:10. "SONG
WITHOUT END’’ Starts Wed.
DARK 13th 4 Savannah S.E.. 1 Blk.
FfUBA Off A | a Ave J O 2.2233
Last 2 Nites. Kirk Doualas. Kim
Novak. “STRANGERS WHEN WE
MEET.” 8:00. Color: Chris Kniaht.
"STUDS LONIGAN.” 6:15. S:SS.
“1 nrrn 1703 «• K| - 9 3443
nLLU Parking Soar.
J, DOR IS DAY. REX HARRISON.
S- "MIDNI GUT LACE." In Color.
S* Shows at 7 and fl P.M.
VIRURIA
• JERRY LEWIS. ED WYNN,
< o "CINDERFELLA.** in Color. Shows
at 7 and 9 P M.
§ I RICHMOND 81
Double Feature. “THIS REBEL
2- BREED." Aleo "THUNDER IN THE
Continuous From 1:00 P.M.
ramr&Y Fairfax, Va. CR. 3-2999
I Hint HA Fr „ poking
"CINDERFELA," JERRY LEWIS.
nnilfn DAMASCUS, md.
unuiv MARILYN MONROE In
"LET'S MAKE LOVE "
Show Times, 7:15. 9:15.
CREDUnT “J""
"OCEAN’S 11.’’ FRANK SINATRA.
DEAN MARTIN. 7:00. 9:07.
VIIJ A Ample Rockville, Md.
YMMMB Parking POplar 2-9371
"INHERIT THE WIND.” 6:05. 9:40;
"GOLDEN AGE OF COMEDY.” B;2S
THIS SAT.—B:3O PJN,
IN CONSTITUTION HAIL
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY!
IN PERSON
VICroRBORGE
Many Naw Surprises!
GOOD SEATS AVAILAILE
52.20, 3.75, 3.30, 3.85, 4.20, 4.80
HAYES CONCERT BUREAU
1108 G St. N.W. (In Campbell',)
NAtionai 8-7151 Steinway Plano
FWONDERFUL!” “« o s RK
:
NATIONAL ★6-DAYS-6 ONLY!
;: Ma Optning Monday 8 FJM.I; ;
ggP tUBEN WCNEY i
' ' Peeoao :
/ NATIONAL KNSCMM.K
\ 09 M RCPUBUC Os OUMR ;;
i; “EXCITING!”
f MARVELOUS!”
ournal-Amer. I
S—Seats On Sale New—
;: Box Office Open 10 AM. to 9:10 P.M.' '
OPENS JAN. 301 k
only
12 Nights • 10 Matinees
Double Matinee Sot. & Sun.
1:30 P.M. & 5:30 P.M.
ond Fri., 5:30 P.M.
&
Get Choice Seats Now!
Re*. Seat*: $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
$4.00 & $4.50. Tax Included.
Ticket* on Sole at
Irving'o Sporting Goods Store
10th fr E Sts. N.W.,
AAA, 1712 G St. N.W.
and
ULINE ARENA
3rd A M Sts. N.E.
WINELAND THEATERS
ARC DRIVE-IN
OPEN Wtl.. SAT, and SUN,
JERRY LEWIS fn "CTNDERFELLA."
Color, st 1:00. 3:55. 6:55. 8:55:
Alio Gene Stratton Porter', Famous
Novel. "FRECKLES" In Cinema-
Scope and Color, at 2:30. 5:30. 8:30.
HIGHLAND st
DIRK BOGARDE. CAPUCINE In the
Frans Lisxt Story. "SONO WTTH
OUT END," Color, at 6:30, 8:00.
ATI ANTir So-Capital A Atlantic
AllcAßllV JO M)00 Fw|o rt
SPENCER TRACY. FREDRIC
MARCH In "INHERIT THE WIND."
at 6:13. 8:25: WILLARD PARKER
In "WALK TALL." Color, at 8:25.
CONGRESS 2931 Nichol ‘ Av *-
vvn uuuuu S £ JO 2 g 777
JERRY LEWIS In "CINDERFELLA."
Color, at 6:30. 8:40: Alao Gene
Stratton Porter's F a m o u e Novel,
"FRECKLES.” In Cinemascope and
Color, at 8:00.
PARAI 4703 M °'lb°'o Pike, Md.
KVIUW JO. 8-5151. Free Parking
SPENCER TRACY. FREDRIC
MARCH in "INHERIT THE WIND."
at 6:15. 8:25: WILLARD PARKER
In "WALK TALL." Color, at 8-35.
LAUREL Lour,l ' Me ' Fro. Parktoe
senwaas.ee p a rtw O y 5-2113
JERRY UWIS in "CINDERFELLA.”
Color, at 6:15. 7:55. 8:40.
K-R THEATERS
APEX 4813 Ma “- Av »- wo
•AAMOA Porting
“One of the Year's Ten Beetl"
—N. Y Times, Herald-Trib.
VITTORIO DE SICA’
In Rossellini’s “GENERAL DELLA
ROVERE." at 1:20, 4:05. 6:50 and
BARONET 74,4 Wi **»*'
asswwaseis Beth , Md. 01. 4-6616
“ONE OF THE YEAR’S
TEN BEST!”
—N Y. Tirnee, Xvenlns Star.
“THE APARTMENT”
With JACK LEMMON. SHIRLEY
MacLAINE. at 6:50 and 8:30 PM.
Extra. “THIS IS BERMUDA" (In
Colon, st 6:30 and 8:55 PM.
«»«!■« M
“One of the Year's Ten Bestl"
...T 8 . 1 * 7 Post Daily News
“INHERIT THE WIND”
TRACY- fredric
at 1:33. 4:10, 6:50 agd
FLOWER Flower Av.BPinoy Br. Bd.
Sil. Spg., Md. JU. 8-1666
Last Day DIRK BOGARDE In
"SONG WITHOUT END" (Color),
the Frans Lisxt Story, at 7:00 and
9:30 P.M.
NAYLOR 29,h 4 A *a SE
naiisUit tu 2 4000
ELIZABEOT TAYLOR. MONTGOM
ERY CLIFT. KATHARINE HEP
BURN In "SUDDENLY, LAST SUM
MER." at 7:00 and 8:25 P.M.
DRIVE-IN TREATERS
QUEENS CHAPEL
Ager Rd. at Hamilton (off Queens
Chapel Rd.), W. Hyatt,. Min,.
From Sil. Spg. and D. C. WA 7-
2900.
IN-CAR HEATERS
JERRY LEWIS
“CINDERFELLA”
In Color, 11:00 Only
ROCK HUDSON. GEO. SANDERS
“NEVER SAY
GOODBYE”
In Color. 7:05 and 10:40.
Open 6:30. Child. Under 12 Free
AIBPOBT ""-S'
"CINDERFELLA" (Color. Jerry
Lewis, Ed Wynn, at 7 and 10:45.
Plus “THE MOUNTAIN ROAD.' 1
James Stewart, at 7:55. Car
toon. Located In Arlington on
Uth B SL°^dk JU,t ° W th *
LEE HWY.-ARL. BLVD.
Bet 7 Corners & Fairfax Cir. Via
Lee Hwy. or Ari. Blvd. JE. 3-9500
IN-CAR HEATERS
JERRY LEWIS
“CINDERFELLA”
In Color. 9:00 Only.
ROCK HUDSON. GEO. SANDERS
"NEVER SAY GOODBYE”
In Color. 7:05 and 10:40.
Open 6:30. Chid. Under 12 Free

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