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Amusements
THE PASSING SHOW
Apex Farce Lampoons
Cold War Diplomacy
1 By JAY CARMODY
Drama Critic of The star
Peter Ustinov, the most frolicsome faun in the entertain
ment field, has how made his “Romanoff and Juliet” available
to the much larger audience that goes to the cinema. Specif
ically. the Apex.
Like the stage original, the film is built around a slight
but clever joke. The joke’s targets are the cold war’s diplomats,
and their procedures, and its
point that an embassy level
marriage between an American
girl and Russian boy might be
just the tranquilizer the world
needs.
Mr. Ustinov does not care
whether or not anyone believes
this much in international
romance. His intention is rather
that it shall be laughed at. The
play served this latter purpose
very well indeed. The film,
starring Mr. Ustinov, undoubt
edly will do the same.
Concordia, an inspirationally
christened mythical country, is
the setting of “Romanoff and
Juliet.” Actually it is a hill
town in Italy north of Rome,
the perfect intimation of a|
microscopic country and as
romantic in atmosphere as
Verona, where Romeo and
Juliet met in Shapespeare.
Although Concordia is not
on any map, Mr. Ustinov as
its president puts it in the
world headlines by refusing to
break a tie vote in the United
Nations. Spurning any judg
ment on this amendment to an
amendment, he flies home in
what looks like a late 1920 s
model of a tri-motored Ford.
Back in his own comic opera
playground and fed up withi
the bad manners of great pow
ers, he maneuvers the daughter 1
of the American ambassador 1
and the son of the Russian 1
mission head into deathless 1
love.
•» ♦ *
Mr. Ustinov, a bearded Pan, ’
wrote, directed and stars in (
the film as he did in the play. ■
His toughest problem in the
new treatment is in the direc
tion. This is the chore with i
which he is least familiar. As ,
a result of this inexperience
behind the camera, Mr. Ustinov '
achieves contradictory effects.
It is smart of him. for exam- '
pie, to open up the narrative 1
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Washington, D. C.
f ridgy, Junt 30, 1961
•ROMANOFF AND JULIET." a
Universal-International release, nro
duced. directed and written by Peter
Ustinov, based on his nlay, In Tech
nicolor at the Apex Theater.
The Cast
General Peter Ustinov
Juliet MoulsworthSandra Dee
Igor Romanoff John Gavin
Vadim Romanoff Akim Tamlroff
Beaulah Moulsworth -Alix Talton
Freddie Rlk Von Nutter
Hooper Moulaworth John Phillipa
Otto . ..._ Peter Jones
Evdokia Romanoff. Tamara Shayne
Marfa Susanne Cloutier
Patriarch Edward Atlensa
Randle Wlx John Alderson
Chief Executive Thomas Chalmers
The spy Carl Don
President at U.N. Tonlo Seiwart
Joseph the Pilot - Renato Chiantonl
Custom Officerßooth Colman
Cook Moura Budbers
to suit the much larger play
ing area available to him. On
the other hand, the spread of
his cheerful .pointed little fa
ble has a tendency to thin
what were some of its best ef
fects in the stage version.
Against any such technical
quibble, however, Mr. Ustinov
proceeds with both the re
sourcefulness and confidence of
a satirist who knows how to
design new masks for old jokes.
His American and Russian am
bassadors are basically cliches,
the first brashly confident that
money will buy anything in
cluding a small country; the
second a blustering bully.
Mr. Ustinov, however, ven
tures to freshen up their pos
tures with redeemingly fresh
dialogue, a sample of which
is the Russian ambassador’s
wife’s question when he asks
her to turn around: "Are you
going to shoot me,” she wants
to know, not fearfully, but from |
a weary sense of duty to the
state.
•* ♦ »
Apart from Akim Tamiroff
as the Russian envoy and Diane
Clouzot (Mrs. Ustinov) as a
member of Russian naval in
telligence, Director Ustinov has
cast “Romanoff and Juliet”
non-competitively. He visibly
counts upon his own perform
ance to carry the film, and
with every good reason.
It is at its best when he is
on camera, which is most of
the time. The film is at its
worst when John Gavin
and Sandra Dee are giving
wooden imitations of the Ro
manoff and Juliet of the title.
Gavin actually adds a comic
dimension to the film with his
mercurially slipping attempts
at dialect.
•• • •
! MEMOS: Come August 10,
Washington will be one of
three cities participating in an
i international world film pre
[miere. . . . The picture will |
be "Bridge to the Sun,” star
ring Carroll Baker and James
; Shigeta, and based upon the
story of Mrs. Gwen Teraski.
. . . She is the American-born
woman who married a Japa
nese diplomat and later lived
with him in Tokyo through i
World War n. . . . The picture
was shot on location, here and
in the Japanese capital.
The cost of musicals being
what it is, Olney Theater en-
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ADVENTURE OUT WEST
James Stewart turns to outdoor adventure
again as the stalwart hero of “Two Rode
Together/’ a large scale Western which has
replaced “Spartacus” on the Warner Theater
screen.
tered upon its production of
“The Fantasticks” with more
than a touch of trepidation.
However, an elated manage
ment reports today that "The
Fantasticks” has “topped all
boxoffice records in the nine
year history of the playhouse
under its present management.”
... Its present management,
of course, is Players, Inc.
' AUt-CONOITIONfO" -
NATIONAL
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TONIGHT 8:30 F.M.
MAT. TOMORROW 2:30 P.M.
WED. MATINEE 2:00 P.M.
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MUU DE. 2-4583
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SHOLOM AIEICHEM'S
Tevya & His Daughters*
(adapted by Arnold PorD
with
Stefan Gieratch
Jonny Hoeht Ron Leibman
directed by Leo Garen
N»w Thru July •
"Tevya is a happy member of
the human race ... it is im
possible not to grow fond of
him." N.Y. Time.
Evenings, 8:30 Matinees, 2:30
Tickets Starting at $2.7S
Memberships Bi per year
WHERE
AND WHEN
Current Theater Attraetions
And Times es Showing
Stage
National Theater—“ The Mu
sic Man;” 8:30 p.m.
Carter Barron Amphitheater
Harry Belafonte, Miriam
Makeba, The Vocal Five; 8:30
pm.
Olney Theater “The Fan
tasticks’'; 8:30 p.m.
Washington Theater Club
“Tevya and His Daughters”;
8:30 p.m.
Sereen
Ambassador—“ Parrish”; 1:30,
4:10, 6:50 and 9:30 p.m.
Apex "Romanoff and Ju
liet”; 1, 3:05, 5:15, 7:25 and
9:40 pm.
Capitol—“ Snow White and
the Three Stooges;” 11:40 am.,
1:40, 3:40, 5:40, 7:40, 9:40 p.m.
Dupont—“ Never on Sunday”;
1, 2:50, 4:40, 6:30, 8:25 and
10:15 pm.
Keith’s—“TTie Last Time I
Saw Archie”; 12:05, 2:40, 5:10,
7:45 and 10:15 p.m.
MacArthur—“A French Mis
tress”; 6:15, 7:55 and 9:50 p.m.
Metropolitan "Parrish”;
11:30, 2, 4:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
Ontario ~r "The Pleasure of
His Company”; 1:20, 3:35, 5:55,
8:10 and 10:30 p.m.
Palace—" Morgan the Pirate”;
11:30 am.. 1:10, 2:55, 4:35,
6:20, 8:05 and 9:45 pm.
FOUT OF LIFE . . ,J
- RWL TO * a J < r A *fg fg
Films of More Than Routine Merit
“MEIN KAMPF’’—Nazi archives yield their own tale of
horror.
"THE ABSENT-MINDED PROFESSOR”—Fred Mac Murray
in a daft comedy fantasy from Walt Disney.
“FACTS OF LIFE”—Bob Hope and Lucille Ball generate some
robust laughs in a free-wheeling comedy.
“THE SUNDOWNERS”—Deborah Kerr and Robert Mitchum
find life dramatic in Australia’s “outback” country.
“ONE-EYED JACKS”—Marlon Brando directs and stars in
an outdoor adventure tale featuring a lot of Mexicans.
Stanley Warner Theaters
ABB ALL AIR CONDITIONED
aval nil * l! Conn - *’•■ N W
nvnieun w 0 4 .2400
Dally Matinee 1:00 P.M. "One-Eyed
Jack,." Marlon Brando. Karl Mal
den. 1:15, 3:50. 0:30. 9:05.
faiWM IE-3-6035. 2324 Wu.
IrAleVbßl A „, N.W. ?rM p arkin ,
Open 6:00 P.M. “One-Eyed Jack,."
Marlon Brando. Karl Malden. 3:25,
9:05. Tomorrow. Kiddie Matinee.
At 1:00 P.M. Show Only. “Horae
Boldlera." John Wayne.
Kmernv * A 6 - Mo °
c>nna>u * 324 K wiwdy s , N .w
"Mein Kampt” (Btory of Hitler's
Reich). 9:15 Only: “Blns of Rachel
Cade.” Ancle Dickinson. 7:15 Only.
Note One Complete Show Only. To
morrow. children s Bonus Show. 1
P.M. Only. "Lost World” and Car
toom.
nrNN l| - 73200
rUUC 650 Penn. Ave. S.E.
"One-Eyed Jacks." Marlon Brando.
1:15. 5:10. 9:05: "Enemy General."
Van Johnson. 3:35. 7:30.
SAVOY co S - W4B
wtteVß 3030 Mth St N .W.
"Bells Are Ringing." Judy Holliday.
7:40: "Man of the West." Gary
Cooper, 6:00. 9:45. Midnight Show
Tonlcht. The 4-D Man." Also
"The Mole People." Tomorrow. Car
toon Bhow on First Show Only.
SHERIDAN JJLtXTw.
Doors Open 6:30 P.M. Shorts 6:50.
"One-Eyed Jacks." Marlon Brando.
9:05 Only; "Portrait of a Mobster."
7:20 Only.
SILVER Colesville ltd. at Go. Ave.
"ONE-EYED JACKS”
Marlon Brando. Katy Jurado, 1:20,
4:05. 6:60. 9:35.
TftVAMA 4th 4 Butternut N.W.
IHAVnn 4A 3 43U Free Pkrq.
"Butterfield 8." With Academy
Award Winner. Best Actress. Elisa
beth Taylor, at 6:00. 10:00: "Mein
Kamof" (Story of Hitler's Reichl.
at_BjOO.
TlVfif I ’ 4 * 4 Eork Id. N.W.
llVUlel CO. S-1800
"Otu-Eyed Jacks." Marlon Brando,
1:0(7. 5:00. 9:00; “Wines of Chance.”
3:40. 7:45.
K-B THEATERS
APFY 4813 Mott. Ave. WO. 6-4600
Free Parking
First Washington Showing.
“Romanoff and Juliet”
(Technicolor). With PETER USTI
NOV. at 1:00. 3:05. 5:15. 7:25
and 9:40 P.M.
RARIUfFT 74,4 Wi ‘ *’• •
DAnUHlil geth Md Ol 444)4
NOW OPEN
MARLON BRANDO in
“ONE-EYED JACKS”
(Technicolor), at 6:50. 9:25 P.M.
I A MCI FV N H - 4 Uni ’-
uMIUIeLI g|vd ME 4.5700
MARLON BRANDO In "ONE-EYED
JACKS" (Technicolor), at 1:00.
3:45, 6:35 and 9:25 P.M.
KAYWOOD
Eastern Ave. & Varnum St.
Mt. Rainier, Md. AP. 7-1323
MARLON BRANDO in “ONE-EYED
JACKS'* (Technicolor), at 6:50 and
0:35 P.M.
FLOWER AYE. PLAYHOUSE
8725 Flower Ave., Silver Spring, Md.
JU. 8-1666
2 ALEC GUINNESS
BRITISH COMEDIES
THE MAN IN THE WHITE SUIT.”
at 6:45 and 9:45 P.M. Plus "THE
PROMOTER." at 8:20 P.M.
ROCKVILLE DRIVE-IN
Rockville, Md. FO. 2-6186
Open at 7:00 P.M.
JOHN WAYNE
FABIAN In "NORTH TO ALASKA"
(Color), at 11:00 P.M. Plus VIC-.
TOR MATURE. RITA GAM In
"HANNIBAL THE GREAT" (Tech
nicolor), at 9:00 P.M.
DISTRICT THEATERS
Coll NO. 7-3000 Air Conditioned
unwann 7|h and T Sl *- NW
nunnnu Ooor , Open 12=30 p.m.
On Stage: LA VERN BAKER. THE
EDSELS. KING COLEMEN. U. 8.
BONDS. THE SOLITAIRES and
RICK HENDERSON BAND.
i nirni ii ,! ' 5 You 41 Nw
lalHVUlall Door. Oo*n 12:30 P.M.
"MORGAN THE PIRATESS (Color),
STEVE REEVES.
nronni ir 1343 you st. n.w.
ntr uoieiv Ooor , Om „ , 2 30 pm.
"A RAISIN IN THE SUN.” SIDNEY
POITIER. CLAUDIA McNEIL. RUBY
DEE. (Late Bhow.)
nnnirre t 1433 you st. n.w.
DUUAMI 1 000 , Open 12=30 P.M.
"THE LADIES' MAN."
JERRY LEWIS.
I ANfKTfIN 23,h 4 Unn Rd N E
leAHuaiun Door> Op#n 3.45 P M
"ONE-EYED JACKS." MARLON
BRANDO. KARL MALDEN.
ROTH'S THEATERS
ROTH'S SILVER SPRING
8242 Georgia Ave. JU. 9 1121
DAVID LADD. ARTHUR O'CONNEL.
“MISTY”
1:30. 3:35. .5:40. 7:50. 9:50. Scone.
Color. Plus 4 CARTOONS. Half
Hour Before Each Feature. <Note:
Saturday. Cont. From 11 A.M.)
P ADV 13th A Savannah S.E., 1 BUc
off A | o Ave J 0 2.22/j
Blonde Beauty Turned Into Monster
by the "HYPNOTIC EYE." 6:30.
10:05; Angie Dickinson. "SINS OF
RACHAEL CADE," 8:05. Color
(Saturday. Cont. From 1 P.M..
Stewart Granger. "Gun Glorv.
Added Matinee Only.)
Playhouse “Five Golden
Hours”; 11:45 am., 1:20, 2:55,
4:35, 6:20 and 9:40 p.m. Sneak
preview, 8 pm.
Plaza—“ Love and the French
woman”; 12. 2:25, 4:40, 6:55
and 9:20 pm.
Town—“ Love in a Goldfish
Bowl”; 12, 2,4, 6,8, 10 and
12 pm.
Trans-Lux "A Raisin in
the Sun”; 10:45 am.. 12:55,
3:05, 5:15, 7:25 and 9:35 pm.
Uptown "Spartacus”; 1:45,
5 and 8:20 p.m.
Warner "Two Rode To
gether:” 11:35, 1:35, 3:35, 5:35,
7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
)Bth MONTH!
p MMMAWkaooum ■
NEVER ON |
I SUNDAY |
wh ~iM
wlyywrim coaa. *vt. • su. i imj
TONIGHT 8:30 thru July 2
“A Bprltely Performance”— Donnelly
"Musically rraceful"— Carmody
"Charmingly melodic score"—Coe
RESERVATIONS
Jordan's 13th & G—ol. 7-3774 10-6
Olney 8.0. WH. 3-1000 10-»
SIDNEY LUST THEATEBS
Free Perking—Air Conditioned
BELTSVILLE DRIVE-IN
WE. 5-5800 U.S. 1
1 Open 7:45. Cartoon Carnival. 9:00.
First Washington Showing.
“MISTY”
’Scope. Color. 9:20. With David
Ladd in the Famous Story of the
Wild Pony of Chincoteague and the
2 Little Orphans Who Found Him.
Also "THE CHARTROOSE CA
BOOSE.” Color. 10:45: Plus
“YOUNG JESSE JAMES.” 12:15.
I *| |mi A822 New Hampshire at
fWBaEsII E _ w Hiwoy ju g. 3322
First Washington Showing.
“MISTY”
I 'Scope, Color. 6:40. 9:45. With
David Ladd In the Beloved Story of
the Wild Pony of Chincoteague and
the 2 Little Orphans Who Found
Him. Plus "THE CHARTROOSE
CABOO8X." Color. 5:30, 8:30.
TOMORROW.
Early Opening 10:45, Starts 11 A.M.
BETHESDA "’’oTTSJiV”-
MATINEES DAILY 1 P.M. CONT.
First Washington Showing.
“MISTY”
’Scope. Color. 1:25. 3:30. 5:35.
7:40. 9:45, With David Ladd in the
Beloved Story of the Wild Pony of
Chincoteague and the 2 Orphans
Who Found Him. Plus CARTOON
CARNIVAL.
TOMORROW,
Open 10:30, Starts 11 A.M,
rUFVmV V Landover & Annapolis
UHLVUILT Rdi 0N ~0,00
First Washington Shoving.
“MISTY”
'Scone. Color. With David Ladd In
the Beloved Story of the Wild Pony
of Chincoteague and the 2 Little
Orphans Who Found Him. At 6. 7:50.
j 9:45; Plus CARTOON CARNIVAL.
j Tomorrow. Early Opening 11:15
j A.M.. Starts 11:45.
HYATTSVILLEXa* O^* 1
Never Such Weird Sights. Tops in
Thrills. Definitely Not for the
Chicken-Hearted. "CURBE OF THE
WEREWOLF.” Color. 6:30. 9:45;
Plus "SHADOW OF A CAT,’* 3:25?
VIERSMILL’ J^“ ~,d
First Washington Showing.
“MISTY”
’Scope. Color. 6:00, 7:55. 9:50. With
David Ladd in the Beloved Story of
. the Wild Pony of Chincoteague and
' the 2 Little Orphans Who found
1 Him. Plus CARTOON CARNIVAL.
TOMORROW.
Open 10:30. Starts 11 A.M.
| All Theaters Are Comfortably
!AIR CONDITIONED
RVRD Wash, lee Shopping Center
Binu Opp. Ft. Myer JA. 7 1733
The Rise and Fall of Hitler’s Reich,
•MEIN KAMPF.” Kiddie Show To
morrow, 1:00 and 3:00 Only.
■ HAVE ROCKET. WILL TRAVEL."
CTATF Fal, » Church, Va.
AHAD JE 2-1555
JEFF CHANDLER. ELEANOR
PARKER. “RETURN TO PEYTON
PLACE.” Cinemascope. Color. Kid
die Show Tomorrow, 1:00 and 3:00
Z' Only. "THE LONE RANGER.”
JWKSOH
■“ • JEFF CHANDLER. ELEANOR
“< PARKER. "RETURN TO PEYTON
I < PLACE." Cinemascope. Color.
! 5 BUCKINGHAM 231
o Adult Entertainment. MARLON
« BRANDO. KATY JURADO. “ONE
o EYED JACKS.” at 6:45. 9:20.
Kiddie Show Tomorrow. 1:00 and I
3:00 Only. "BOMBA AND THE'
</>* JUNGLE GIRL.”■
z S'The Wild Pony Roundup at Chinco-
O* teague (Virginia’s Eastern Shore).
DAVID LADD. -MISTY.”
GLEBE 2130 North Gleb * Rd *
Adult Entertainment. MARLON
BRANDO. KATY JURADO. "ONE
-EYED JACKS.” at 6:45. 9:20.
j Kiddie Show Tomorrow. 1:00 ana
5* 3:00 Only. “ONCE UPON A HORSE.”
The Wild Pony Roundup at Chinco
teague (Virginia’s Eastern Shore).
DAVID LADD. "MISTY. ’
PVIITIir Fairlington Shop. Center
VbninXß TE 6 . 1000 Free p ark i ng
The Rise and Fall of Hitler’s Reich.
"MEIN KAMPF.” Kiddie Show To
morrow. 1:00 and 3:00 Only.
•‘THE LITTLEBT HOBO.”
GEORGETOWN
WASHINGTON’S REPERTORY CINEMA
The comedy romance that rocked
Broadway, hits the screen with the
same hilarious impact!
“THE MARRIAGE
GO-ROUND”
Starring
JAMES MASON
SUSAN HAYWARD
JULIE NEWMAR
Feature: 6:00. 8:00. 10:00.
inwn 1703 St - Kl - ’- 3443
.Hmmll Parking Space
Comfortably Air Condirionod
“2 For the Entire Family. DAVID LADD.
ARTHUR O'CONNELL. "MMTY-
< <X In Color. Shows at 7 and 9 P.M
3- Matinee Sat, and Sun.. 1:30 P.M.
J VIRGINIA ‘VTJJT’
> u Comfortably Air Conditioned
e CAROL LYNLZY. JEFF CHAN
<O|DLER. ELEANOR PARKER In "RE
ES TURN TO PEYTON PI'ACE. •>>
§ ! , at‘‘u t rAy ,nd l^O P
Ccmfortohly A : r Conditioned
“■ "WINGS OF CHA N C E.” Also
"TROUBLE IN THE SKY.” Con-
Ittinuous From 1:30 P.M.
GREENRELT
CLINT WALKER in "GOLD OF THE
SEVEN SAINTS." at 6:30 andl 10:06,
ANDY GRIFFITH in "NO TIME FOR
at 8:12.
SidneyPoitier
w!
jt
COLtIMHA
’‘ ncTOMt
■' RP!PA«B
AIR-CONDITIONED
TRANS-LUX “B
■ I
i/Asf a MORE TIMES toxfthe
| The tens of thousands who have seen the Belafonte Show K
T occlo'm '• to be the greatest of all time. You have just 3 ■:
-I more days to see Belafonte and his thrilling new show. Q
THEATEBS
ABC DBITE-m
. FREE! FREE!
Live Pony Rides for Kiddies to Cele
brate the Washington Premiere of
Marguerite Henry’s Famous Novel,
“MISTY”
Os Chincoteague, in Color. With
DAVID LADD, at 0:00. (In Order to
Secure the First Showing of This
Wonder Family Film, a Charge of
35c Per Child Must Be Made.) Also
TONY CURTIS
In “SON OF ALI BABA." in Color,
at 10:55. Plus Bonus Hit. JACK
LBMMON, RITA HAYWORTH
ROBERT MITCHUM in "FIRE
DOWN BELOW." Color, at 12:14.
HILLSIDE DRIVE IN
6200 Marlboro Pike RE. 6-2166
MARLON BRANDO in
“ONE-EYED JACKS”
In Color, at 10:48: Gene Stratton
Porter's "FRECKLES.” Color, at
9: OS.
ancanu ,-s,
Washiniton Premiere of Marguerite
■ Henry’s Famous Novel.
“MISTY”
Os Chincoteague. In Color. With
| DAVID LADD, at 1:25. 3:25. 5:25.
7:25, 9:25.
HICHLAND 2MJ tu '- 4 £, S£ ’
Shattering and Unforgettable. The
True Horror of Hitler. Authentic
Films Taken From Secret Nazr
Flies. Never Before Shown.
“MEIN KAMPF”
At 8:00: RAY DANTON In "POR
TRAIT OF A MOBSTER." at 8:15,
10:00.
, ATI AlfTTI* So. Capitol A Atlantic
HiwmiiL JO j. 4100 Frw Forit
MARLON BRANDO
In "ONE-EYED JACKS.” la Color.
at 6:25. 9:00.
CONGRESS 2 * 3 ’ Hichol * Ay *
vununua s , E . JO . 2-8777
"CURSE OP THE WEREWOLF.”
Color, at 6:30. 0:35: “SHADOW OF
THE CAT." at 8:00.
rnaat 4703 Marlboro Mr. Md.
VVlUlta JO B .j lsl Fr „ Fmking
Washington Premiere of Marguerite
Henry’s Famous Novel.
“MISTY”
Os Chincoteague, in Color. With
DAVID LADD, at 6:15. 7:55. 9:40.
f K|fPri Laurel, Md. Free Parking
ItAUnUd Parkway 5-2113
FRED MacMURRAY in Walt Dis
ney’s Funniest Film.
“THE ABSENT
MINDED PROFESSOR”
I At 6:15. 8:00. 9:50.
I NAYLOR
MATINEE 1:00
MARLON BRANDO In
“ONE-EYED JACKS”
In Color, at 1:10. 3:50. 6:25. 9:00.
THE AIR CONDITIONED
STANTON ART THEATRE
18th, Just OJf Rhode Island Ave. N.E.
LAST 7 DAYS
INGMAR BERGMAN
Directs what many have called his
most outstanding film. Filled with
symbols and exciting scenes, it is
certainly his most controversial.
FINAL WASHINGTON SHOWING.
“NAKED NIGHT”
At 6:15, 9:05 and 11:50. Also
ULLA JACOBBSON
In the complete, uncut, uneensored
version.
“ONE SUMMER
OF HAPPINESS”
j At 7:30 and 10:25.
Starts Friday. EXCLUSIVE
FIRST WASHINGTON RUN.
“UTAMARO”
Beautiful color production from
Japan. The story of the famous
artist-painter of nudes.
»
I Loais Bernheimer's Theaters
VILLACT DU _ 7’858
VILLAbL )30 7 R I Av , N E
MARLON BRANDO. "ONE-EYED
JACKS." 6:20. 9:10.
MFWTnN lA 9 1359 12th St.
n&niun M F g , t Mich 4R ,
ROBERT MITCHUM. DEBORAH
KERR ‘THE SUNDOWNERS."
6:28, 9:10.
VFRNnM 1(1 9 2424. 3707 Mt.
vuinun Vernon Ave., Alex., Vo
Cartoon Carnival. An Action-Packed
Circus Drama, "BIMBO. THE
GREAT." 6:25. 9:40: Also "THB
FABULOUS WORLD OF JULES
VERNE." 7:50.
I CIRCLE 2 ' o5 F p f ° 7 A r70 N W -
4 Blocks From the While House
Matinee Dailv 1 P.M. Continuous
~3rd ANNUAL OPBRA-BALLET
FESTIVAL
LAST TWO DAYS
Tchaikovsky’s Immortal Opera.
“EUGENE ONEGIN”
By Alexander Pushkin
With Soloists. Chorus, Corps de
Ballet and the Orchestra of the
USSR Bolshoi Theater and the
Leningrad Academic Theater of
Opera and the Ballet with Oallna
Vishnevskaya Singing Tatiana.
Perf. at 1:00, 3:25, 5:55. 8:20.
10:45 (In Color). “Superb Soviet
film, a beautiful achievement!”—
Wash. Post. "Potent. Tchaikovsky
at his greatest, finest sort of per
formance!"—Wash. Dally News
ADDED ATTRACTION
A Documentary Life of the Orest
Composer Tchaikovsky, In Magnltl-
RICSTER and VAN CLIBURN
Among Featured Performares.
Perf. at 2:45. 5:10, 7:40. 10:00.
LATE SHOW TONITE
July 1-8: Puccini's “Madame
Butterfly"
July 4-6: Moussorgsky's "Boris
Godunov”
July 7-11: First Wash. Showing.
Moussorgsky’s Complete Opera
"Khovanshlna” in Dazzling
Wide-Screen Color
July 12-15: The Music of Johann
Strauss "Eternal Waltz”
SPITOL HILL
3 Features. Shocking and Rockins.
"WHERE THE BOYS ARE." Color.
4:25. 9:35: "BLACK SUNDAY VAM
PIRES.” 2:50. 8:00: "BLACK SCOR
PION MONSTER." 1:15, 6:20.
DRnin DAMASCUS, MD
wsswaas JERRY LEWIS.
"THE LADIES MAN."
Shors, 7:30, 9:30.
SNEAK PREVIEW
TONIGHT!
PLUS
A WER.OFA COMHTf!
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PLAYHOUSE ’“IZ?
I
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DRIVE-IN THEATEBS
I CENTRAL AVE. n d^ 7 e 3 -
2 1 /? Mil»» Post D. C. line, Rte. 214
“WHEN HELL
BROKE LOOSE”; 9:00
STEVE REEVES
“GOLIATH AND
THE DRAGON”; 10:45
“4 SKULLS OF
JONATHAN DRAKE”
12:20.
AIRPORT * o ’ t ”^°oo N
Jut Over 14th St. Bridge, Rte. 1
"FACTS OF LIFE.” 808
LUCILLE BALL, at 9:14.
‘•ALL IN A NIGHT’S WORK”
i (Color). SHIRLEY MacLAINE.
i DEAN MARTIN, at 11 Cartoon.
Show Starts 9.
RANCH DRIVE IN
Old Branch Ave., Clinton, Md.
“PRIVATE PROPERTY”
KATE MANX. COREY ALLEN,
8:15. 11:55.
“PICKUP ALLEY”
ANITA EKBERG. VICTOR MATURE
Rosm the “Sin-Streets" of the
World, st 10:30. Adults. 90c. No
MT. VERNON
Route 1, Richmond Hwy. (Just So.
of Alex.; only minute* from Alex.,
Ari, and Fairfax.) SO. 8-7800.
Triple-Feature Blockbuster
MAMIE MICKEY
VAN DO REN ROONEY
I—“PRIVATE LIVES
OF ADAM AND EVE”
At 9:00.
CAROL JEFF
LYNLEY CHANDLER
ELEANOR PARKER
2—“ RETURN TO
PEYTON PLACE”
CScope and Color. 10:30.
LINDA CRISTAL. JOHN DREW.
I 3—“PHAROAH’S
WOMAN”
I C’Scope and Color. 12:45.
Open 7:30. Child. Under 12 Free
LEE HWY.-ARL BLVD.
Bel. 7 Corner. & Fairlox Cir. via
! lee Hwy, ar Ari. Blvd. IE, 3-9500
I Triple-Feature Blockbuster
MAMIE MICKEY
VANDOREN ROONEY
I I—“PRIVATE LIVES
OF ADAM AND EVE”
At-BiPP-
CAROL JEFF
i LYNLEY CHANDLER
ELEANOR PARKER
2 “RETURN TO
PEYTON PLACE”
* C’Scope and Color. 10:30.
LINDA CRISTAL. JOHN DREW.
3 “PHAROAH’S
WOMAN”
C’Scope and Color. 12:45.
Open 7:30. Child. Under 12 Free
QUEENS CHAPEL
Ager Rd. at Hamilton (off Queen*
Chapel Rd.}, W. Hyatts. Mins. From
Sil. Spg, and D. C. WA, 7-2900
Triple-Feature Special
ROCK YVONNE
HUDSON DE CARLO
“SCARLET ANGEL”
MARLON KARL
BRANDO MALDEN
“ONE-EYED JACKS”
In Color. 10:20.
ALAN JOANNE
LADD DRU
“Hell on Frisco Bay”
In CScope, 12:50.
Open 7:30. Child. Under 12 Free
P ULMER DRIVE IN
Rt. 704, Gtoorge Polmer Highway
| KARTOONS. 9:00
YUL BRYNNER.
“SURPRISE PACKAGE”
9:15. MARLON BRANDO.
“ONE-EYED JACKS”
(Tech ). 11:15. VAN JOHNSON.
“The Enemy General”
1:45.
SUNSET DRIVE-IN
5175 Leesburg Pike HU. 1 2733
Baileys X-Roads, Alexandria, Vg.
Barbara John
Steele Richardson
“BLACK SUNDAY”
Chile! Thrills! 9:00 and 12.
"WACKIKBT SHIP IN THB
ARMY."
Jack Lemmon (Color). 10:45.
Super Chief Drive-In
8041 Indian Hd. Hwy. CH. 8-8700
MARLON BRANDO. “ONE-EYED
JACKS." 9:10: LINDA CRISTAL.
"THE PHAROAH’S WOMAN,”
11:30.
SUPER 29 DRIVE-IN
2V2 Mi. West of Fairfax Rte. 29
"WHERE THE HOT WIND
BLOWS ” 10:45. "BLACK SUN
DAY.” 9:05 and 1:00.
Bl! I 8 Ample kockville, Ma.
VlleleA Porting POolor 2 9371
Matinee Daily. Continuous From 1 P.M.
"ONE-EYED JACKS." 1:25, 4:05,
6:45. 9:30.
GLYMONT
ESTHER WILLIAMS. CLIFF ROBERT
SON, "THE BIG SHOW." Color
FAIRFAX
"MISTY."
1 DAVID LADD. ANNE

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