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Amusements
THE PASSING SHOW
Manns Keep Coming,
Danny the Latest
By JAY CARMODY
Drama Critic of The Star
The commonest name in show business suggestive of
uncommon talent is Mann. Over the years, one seems always
to be meeting another Mann.
Three of them are directors, two both film and stage. In
alphabetical order, this trio goes Anthony, Danny, and Delbert.
Plus Writer Abbe Mann (“Judgement at Nuremberg”), they
make a confusing lot as well as
a gifted one.
The way to keep the Manns
straight is to meet them one
by one, a project this corre
spondent completed this week.
It was Danny who became the
last Mann at luncheofi at Paul
Young's. Like the others, he
turned out to be a candid, pro
fessionally assured, pleasant
Mann.
His candor comes effortlessly,
one gathered. Certainly he did
not hesitate on that snaggy
question as to a preference for
directing films or plays.
"Films.” he said, “for two
reasons. One, I think every cre
ative person wants to commu
nicate to the largest audience
possible. That means the
screen. And, two, one can say
more on the screen. Not more
words, more meaning. In the
theater, one listens and looks;
in the film house, one looks
and listens. There is a differ
ence in effect. I don’t have to
say that I like both as places
to work. •Or that I’m glad I
worked first on the stage.”
His first Broadway success as
a director was a big one, "Come
Back. Little Sheba."
He was equally frank about
HOLLYWOOD
By SHEILAH GRAHAM
HOLLYWOOD (NANA)
Young Jill St. John denies the
romance chatter with not-so
young Walter Wanger. "Were !
not exactly a matched pair,”
she says. "Our dates have been (
about his picture, ‘The Dud 1
Avocado.' Yes, I’m still separ- i
ated from Lance ißeventlow). 1
No. his mother I Barbara Hut
ton) had nothing to do with
it. . . » It was mostly his car- -
racing and outside influences.”, ’
. . . Jill is having fun and (
games in New York, where shei (
went primarily to publicize her
role in Frank Sinatra's "Come .
Blow Your Horn.” I j
Rock Hudson almost didn’t go j
to New York to attend Milt (
Rackmill’s Pioneer of the Year j
award, because Marilyn Maxwell
took a turn for the worse. And
he left for Hollywood immedi
ately afterward.
*• • *
Congratulations to Marty
Ransehoff for landing William
Holden in “The Americaniza
tion of Emily” to be made in
London and Spain next spring.
It's fine that Tony Curtis'
"Adventures of Marco Polo” will
be made in Hollywood, but this
seems to be one movie that
should be made on the Euro
pean and Oriental routes cov- '
ered by Polo. It cost Producer 1
Raoul Levy a packet to dump <
his first, half-completed ver
sion with Alain Delon.
•* * •
Merle Oberon and Janet Gay
nor "doing" "Lord Pengo” in
New York. These two stars not
only stay young in heart, but
young in face and figure. Janet
is living in New York, Merle is
visiting. And Ann Sothern will
agree that it is a fact—a single
woman has a better time in
Manhattan than in Hollywood
where there are too many single
girls and too many men who
treat them too casually.
I DINNER and .
[ EVENING MUSIC at
1 Washington'! Downtown
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J SpeciaUies
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| ★ The Valentinos
| ★ Freddie King
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THE EVENING STAR
Washington, D. C.
Saturday, November 24, 1962
>
his mission to Washington. No.
; it had nothing directly to do
> With his latest picture, a com
edy called “Who’s Got the Ac
tion.”
“I’m here actually on some
l thing quite different,” he said.
' “I’m fascinated with one of
Washington's best ideas, the
Peace Corps. It strikes me as
one of the most dramatic things
around at the moment. I keep
i thinking there must be some
• way of digging out and using
■ its material, perhaps for a tel
evision series. I don’t really
know this to be the case, but
I'm trying to find out.”
"Who’s Got the Action,” with
Dean Martin and Lana Turner,
) is Mr. Mann’s first comedy. He
> was not particularly fretful that
, he would be typed by such
, things as "Little Sheba,” "The
; Rose Tattoo.” Gide’s "Immoral
; Ist,” and William Inge’s first
; flop "A Loss of Roses” which
’ opened here at the National
“But,” he says. “I’ve always
’ thought of myself as a rather
! amusing fellow and a Borscht
circuit alumnus with funny
sayings and songs. When the
1 chance offered to do a comedy, |
I just liked the idea. So, I did
a comedy.”
His most satisfying piece of
direction, he surmises, is "The
Rose Tattoo,” in the picture!
version of which he directed
Anna Magnani. Sometimes, he
says, he still is stunned by the
things she is capable of doing
so instinctively and with such
power.
He had one more thought on
the subject of comedy before j
going back to his research at
the Peace Corps headquarters:
“We will have reached a peak i
of some kind when we can,
laugh at ourselves in a comedy <
as wildly amusing as ’Divorce- ]
Italian Style’.” 11
*•» * 1
SATURDAY SUMMARY: .
Tomorrow night’s performance
of Lope de Vega's "Knight of!
Olmedo” at the Library of
Congress will be an invitational
affair. . . . There will be two
public performances, Monday ;
and Tuesday nights, of the]
play, directed by Jose Tamayo i
of Spain, and produced by the!
Institute for Advanced Study In i
the Theater Arts, the IASTA!
for short. . . . Alternate casts
will perform In subsequent New i
York productions. . . . Miss
Peggy Wood will head the one
on stage tomorrow night in ob
servance of de Vega’s 400th an
jniversary.
Washington's German Lan
guage Society anticipated no
such competition as the Cul
tural Center’s Pageant of the
Arts television show when it
dated Guenter Eich for No-1
vember 29. . . . Therefore, it :
will make the best of the ap
pearance on that date of one!
of Germany's leading poet-
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REMEMBER THE BOY?
If you’re a moviegoer with a memory you’ll
recognize the young man as Sabu, the lad
from India who starred in “Elephant Boy’’
at the age of 11. Now, at the age of 36, he is
playing his first really grown-up film role, a
jungle tracker, in the upcoming “Rampage.”
—AP Wirephoto.
■ playwrights. ... He is on a mer program will mark the cel
, lecture tour of the United ebration of their 10th year run-
States reading from his verse ning the big Rock Creek park
and plays. . . . There will be a bowl. . . . Incidentally, total at
preview of the film, “A Child tendance there during the last
Is Waiting,” in connection with two seasons reached 486,065....
1 the first annual International Meredith Willson’s musical ver-
Awards Dinner of the Joseph sion of “Miracle on 34th Street”
P. Kennedy jr. Foundation on will have a new title when it
December 6. ... It stars Burt opens next fall on Broadway.
Lancaster and Judy Garland. 1... It will be called “Here’s
both of whom will be present Love” in its new form. . . .
at the dinner. . . . Also among Willson has done the total
the Hollywood guests will be adaptation, music, lyrics, and
Stanley Kramer, who produced book.
the film. |
The Department of the In- ■■■■■■ mat. today
terior and the Feld brothers. NOW PLAYING
Irving and Israel have signed a *” k ‘ ~
contract that will keep Carter ? YLAN THOMAS dazzling com-
Barron Amphitheater under binQ, '°" ..< P**!! 0 fireworks ° rj
the Felds’ management another music ~ 0 umor w y Tlmes
three years. . . . The 1963 sum-
The Washington '
International Bach Fettival
Auditions For Pianists
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WHERE
AND WHEN
Current Theater Attraction
And Time of Showing
Stage
National "Harold”; 2 and
8:30 p.m.
Arena “Under Milkwood”;
2:30 and 8:30 pm.
Howard Vaudeville; James
Brown and Revue; 2, 4:30, 7:15,
9:45 and 12 pm.
Screen
Ambassador “Girls, Girls,
Girls”; 1:25, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30
and 9:40 pm.
Apex “Divorce ltalian
Style”; 6, 7:55 and 9:55 pm.
Capitol “Period of Adjust
ment”; 11:30 am., 1:30, 3:35,
5:35, 7:40, 9:45 and 11:45 p.m.
Dupont—" Phaedra”; 1, 3:10,
5:20, 7:40 9:55 pm. and 12:10
am.
Keith’s “Manchurian Can
didate”; 11:30 a.m., 1:55, 4:20,
6:45. 9:10 and 11:35 p.m.
MacArthur—“A Kind of Lov-
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Films of More Than Routine Merit
“ADVISE AND CONSENT”—Behind the political scenes in
Washington, as seen through Otto Preminger’s camera.
"BIRD MAN OF ALCATRAZ”—Burt Lancaster as a convict
who becomes a noted authority on bird diseases.
“EL ClD”—Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren in a large and
handsomely photographed adventure yarn.
“THE MIRACLE WORKER”—Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke
in a splendid film on Helen Keller’s early life.
“THE MUSIC MAN”—Lively musical Americana, with 76
trombones, Robert Preston and Shirley Jones.
“REAR WINDOW”—James Stewart and Grace Kelly In a
superior Alfred Hitchcock suspense film (reissued).
•'SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS”—Howard Keel
, in a rollicking musical, one of Hollywood’s best ever.
“THE VIKINGS”—Kirk Douglas watches the fjords go by in
a large, lavish and lusty Norse opera.
Stanley Warner Theaters
A VAT nW 5612 Conn - Ava. N.W.
ATHLUII w 0 6 2600
At Matinee Only: Two Walt Dianey
Attractions. “Lady and the Tramp/*
Cartoon Feature, 1:15, 4:25. “Al
most Angels.** Vincent Winter. 2:35
Only. Theater Cleared After Mat
inee Show. Open tt:00 P.M. “Two
Weeks in Another Town.” Kirk
Douglas. Cyd Charisse. 6:55. 9:20.
fAIVFRT FE. 3-6055. 2324 Wix.
UAlsVlalll Ave. N.W. Free Parking
At Matinee Only: Two Walt Disney
Attractions. “Lady and the Tramp.”
1:00. 4:00 Only ‘‘Almost Angels,”
Vienna Boys’ Choir. 2:15 Only.
Theater Cleared 5:15 P.M. Reopens
5:45 P.M. "Best of Enemies.” David
Niven, 6:00. 7:50. 9:40.
ikK>nni>u k 326 Kennedy St Nw .
Matinee 12:45 P.M “Scarface Mob.”
Robert Stack. 1:40. 5:25. 9:25.
“The Vikings.” Kirk Douglas. 3:30.
7:20.
pen u * 75200
* 1,1111 650 Penn. Ave. S.E.
At Matinee Only: “Panic in Year
Zero.” Ray Milland, 1:00, 4:15.
“Prisoner in the Iron Mask.” 2:55.
Theater Cleared 5:50. Reopens 6:30.
“I Spit on Your Grave.” 6:45,
9:50. “Ninth Bullet.** 8:35.
SIVfiY co -
VI 3030 14th si N w
“The Horror Chamber of Dr. Faus
tus.” 1:00. 4:15, 6:45, 9:35. “The
Manster,** 2 50. 5:25. 8:10.
cnrnmAii tA -1*3400 6217
dllLlllUAn Georgia Avo. N.W.
At Matinee Only: Cartoon Show
1:00 P.M. Only. Walt Disney’s
“Almost Angels.’ Vienna Boys’ Choir,
at 1:30 Only. Walt Disney’s “Lady
and the Tramp.” 3:00 Oyly. Thea
ter Cleared and Closed 4:30. Re
opens 5:00 P M “I Thank a Fool.”
Susan Hayward. 6:40, 9:45. “The
Tartars.” Victor Mature, Orson
Welles. 8:20.
SILVEB Coletville Rd - ot G °* Ava *
Last Showing Today. 5:20 P.M. Two
Walt Disney Attractions. “Lady and
the Tramp.” 11:10 A M.. 2:15, 5:20.
“Almost Angels.” Vienna Boys’
Choir. 12:25. 3:30. Theater Cleared
6:35 P.M. Showing After 7:00 P.M.
Only:
“THE INTERNS”
Cliff Robertson, Susy Parker, 7:30,
9:45
TAVMff A 4th A Butternut N.W.
inaunn tA 3.43,3 Prw rk
**l Thank a Fool.** Susan Hayward.
2:55. 6:30. 10:00. “Rear Window.”
James Stewart. 1:00. 4:35, 8:10.
TTVhI I Uth A Fork Rd. N.W.
11VUL1 co 5 1800
At Matinee Only: “Sword of the
Conqueror.” Jack Palance. 1:05,
4:10. “War Hunt.” 2:40 Only
Theater Cleared 5:45 P.M. Reopens
6:00 P.M. “I Spit on Your Grave.”
6-15. 9:25. “Ninth Bullet.” 7:55.
DISTRICT THEATERS
Coll NO. 7-3000
unw Ann 7th & T Su-NW
nu nnnu Door* Op>n 12 Noon
Last Two Days. On Stage: JAMES
BROWN. HIS FAMOUS FLAMES
AND 810 BAND. THE FALCONS.
SOLOMON BURKE. FREDDIE KING.
THE VALENTINOS. PIGMEAT
MARKHAM AND CO. Stage Shows.
2:00. 4:30. 7:15. 9:45, 12 Midnight.
i rnrni m 1213 Y »u st n.w.
IslHUUlsll Door , Op<n 12;30 p M
Second Week. BETTE DAVIS.
JOAN CRAWFORD. “WHATEVER
HAPPENED TO BABY JANE.’’ Bee ,
It From the Beginning! 1:15. 3:55,
6:35. 9:15. Late Show. 11:40.
RFDfntlfr 1343 You St. N W.
ulfudliu ooofS Op<n 12:30 p M
ANTHONY QUINN. JACKIE GLEA
SON. MICKEY ROONEY. JULIE
I HARRIS. "REQUIEM FOR A
HEAVYWEIGHT" Feature. 1:35.
3:40. 5:45. 7:50 and 9:55. •
nnnirrn t 1443 you st. n.w.
nUUAIaA 1 Doors Open )2 . 30 p M
Academy Award Winner . . . Fan
tastic True Adventures’ “SKY
ABOVE. MUD BELOW" (Color), i
I Feature. 1:15, 3:20, 5.25. 7:30 |
and 9:35 i
I AHCCTAM 23th 1 Ber>n - Rd - n E.
WllllldlUR Doors Open 12;45 p m
Twin Walt Disney Features’ "AL
MOST ANGELS." 1:15. 4:35 and
7:55. "LADY AND THE TRAMP."
3:05. 6:25 and 9:40.
era ATtiß 3 930 Minn - n -e.
di*nAiun Open 12;45 Free Parking
VICTOR MATURE. ORSON WELLES.
THE TARTARS.” 12:45, 3:50.
6:55 and 10:00 ALAN LADD.
■SASKATCHEWAN.* 2:05, 5:15
' and R:2O.
BTI 1331 H St n E.
Doors Open 12:4J
VICTOR MATURE. ORSON WELLES
"THE TARTARS." 1:00. 3:50. 6:45 I
and 9:40, "RIDER ON A DEAD
HORSE.' 2:30, 5:25 and 8:20.
ALEXANDRIA An, c”p”'
FOR INFORMATION KI. 9 9000
REEB 1703 King St. KI. 9-3443
Um*mf p re< p or fci ng>
Adult Entertainment. BRIGITTE
BARDOT. “A VERY PRIVATE AF
FAIR" in Color. Continuous From
1:30 P.M
Sun,-Tues.: "I THANK A FOOL" ■
Vine TNI A G*® r o« WathinQton
vuiuinin Mem B|v<J ond FJrtl Sf
KI. 9-6133, Free Parking
i Giant Family Entertainment! BET
TY HUTTON. HOWARD KEEL,
i - ANNIE GET YOUR GUN" in Color.
Contiuous From 1:30 P.M.
Sunday - Wednesday:
”NO MAN IS AN ISLAND”
VFRNniI KI. 9-2424 3707 Mt.
VLnRUXI Vernon Ave., Alex. V o .
JAMES STEWART in "THE FAR
j COUNTRY" Also "THE SERGEANT
WAS A LADY.” Continuous From
| 1 30 PM.
Sunday - Tuesday:
J "THE CHAPMAN REPORT”
RICHMOND 'V7X"’
I "WAR OF THE WORLDS" in Color
i Also GLENN FORD. THE COB-
I WEB " Continuous From 1:30 P.M.
VII I A Ample Rockville Md.
Vllelflfl Forking POplar 2-9371
All Walt Disney Show: "LADY AND
THE TRAMP.” 10:00 12:50, 3:55. 6:55.
Fun on the Stage. 2:10. “ALMOST
ANGELS.” 11:15, 2:15. 5:20. Theater
Cleared at 8:15 for the Showing of
SWING ALONG,” 8:30, 11:30, ”JES
-BICA.” 950
Tomorrow: "SWEET BIRD OP YOUTH"
“THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA”
ing”; 1:20, 3:25, 5:30, 7:35 and
9:40 pm.
Metropolitan —“Girls, Gfrls,
Girls”; 11:30 a.m., 1:35, 3:45,
5:50. 7:45 and 9:55 pm.
Ontario—" The Longest Day”;
2 and 8:30 p.m.
Palace—“lf a Man Answers”:
12. 1:55. 3:50. 5:50. 7:45, 9:45
and 11:40 p.m.
Playhouse “The Island”;
12, 2. 4,6, 8 and 9:50 pm.
Plaza “Palace of Shame”;
11:45 am.. 1:25, 3:10,4:55, 6:40,
8:30 and 10:15 pm.
Town “Reqlum for a
Heavyweight”: 12:10,2:10,4:10.
6:10, 8:10, 10:10 pm. and 12:10
am.
Women, Men, Critics
Agree! Oscar 1963!
i^ouiNN&6ra|^ 4 m
WINELAND THEATERS
ABC DHIVE-Df 2
Two. Walt Disney Hits!
"LADY 1 AND THE TRAMP,” In
Color it 6:36. 9:46. "ALMOST
ANGELS" In Color at 8:10,
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6200 Marlboro Pike RE. 6-2166
The Helen Keller Story! ANNE
BANCROFT. PATTY DUKE in
“The Miracle Worker”
at 8:46. STEPHEN BOYD, DO
LORES HART in “LISA” in Color
at 6:37, 10:33.
ANACOSTIA ,//« 0
1415 Good Hope Rd. S.E. LU. 1 7J70
VICTOR MATURE. ORBON WELLES
in “THE TARTARS’* in Color at
1:00. 4:00, 7:00, 10:00. JACK
PALANCE, GUY MADISON in
“SWORD OF THE CONQUEROR”
in Color at 2:25, 5:25. 8:30,
HIGHLAND 2333 1^/ 1
2 TOP FEATURES!
Is Mercy Killing Ever Justified?
BUSAN HAYWARD in “I THANK
A FOOL” in Color at 3:20, 7:25.
Plus Otto Preminger's Production
of the Allen Drury Novel—Filmed In
Washington. “ADVISE AND CON
SENT” With HENRY FONDA,
CHARLES LAUGHTON. DON MUR
RAY. PETER LAWFORD at 1:00.
5:00, 9:05.
ATI ANTVr Sc- Capitol A Atlantic
flllaAlVllV jQ ~4 100 Free Pork
Two Walt Disney Hits!
“LADY AND THE TRAMP” in
Color at 2:35, 5:30. 8:25. “AL
MOST ANGELS” in Color at 1:00,
3:50, 6:45. 9:40.
CONGRESS “£*■
BURT LANCASTER in ''BIRDMAN
OF ALCATRAZ" at 1:10. 3:50.
6:25, 9:00.
rnnsv 4703 Marlboro Fit... Md.
uunAL J 0 g 3)J) frw Forking
Two Walt Disney Hits!
"LADY AND THE TRAMP" In
Color at 2:35. 5:30. 8:25. "AL
MOST ANGELS" In Color at 1:00.
3:50, 6:45. 9:40.
lamin. l °“"< >*■ wm
bnuiibi, Frew Parking
Special En, item ent! CHARLTON
HESTON and SOPHIA LOREN in
“EL CID”
In Color at 1:30. 4:45, 8:00. Adult,.
Bl: Children. 40c.
NA YI fIR nth *■ Ala - Av « 3 1-
n AllaUn tu 2.400 Q Fr „ , arking
Two Walt Disney Hits!
"LADY AND THE TRAMP" In
Color at 2:35. 5:30. 8:25. "AL
MOST ANGELS” In Color at 1:00.
3:50. 6:45. 9:40.
CIRCLE 2m : e " 7 a ' 4 ; 7o nw
4 Blocks From the White House
Continuous Matinees Daily '
INTERNATIONAL REVUE OF THE
BOLD AND DARING NEW FILMS 1
OP THE 1960'*
Last Day
BESTL DEARDE'S
“VICTIM”
Perf. at 1:00, 4:45. 8:35. 12:20.
Co-Starring KIRK BOGARDE.
SYLVIA SIMS
"A Classic English Thriller.”
—The New Yorker.
PLUS
GUY GREENE'S
“THE MARK”
Perf. at 2:40. 0:25. 10:10. I
Co-Starring MARIA SCHELL.
STUART WHITMAN
One of the Year's Ten Best."
, —Time: N. Y. Post. i
LATE SHOW TONIGHT. COME AS
LATE AS 10:10 AND SEE BOTH I
FEATURES.
Nov 25-27: “Shoot the Plano '
Player” Plus “Four Hundred
Blows"
Noy 28 - Dec. 1: “Hiroshima
Mon Amor” Plus “The Lovers”
Cont. All Day From 1 P.M.
RYRI) Wash - lea Shopping Center
“ 1 Opp. Ft. Myer JA. 7-1733
Adult Entertainment. BRIGITTE
BARDOT. MARCELLO MASTROI
ANNI. "A VERY PRIVATE AF
FAIR
- tTBTF Fo,l ‘ Church, Vo.
di Alli JE. 2-1555
•<? ROBERT PRESTON. SHIRLEY
JONES. “THE MUSIC MAN" at
g • 1:05. 3:45. 6:25 and 9:25.
WILSON 1730 Wi,ton B,vd I
uj JA 7 1480
t Adult Entertainment. MICHAEL
CALLAN. CLIFF ROBERTSON,
g “THE INTERNS."
| BDCKINGHAM 3 a s ° c X’
W E ROBERT PRESTON. SHIRLEY
JONES. “THE MUBIC MAN" at.
S® 1:05 ’ 3:45 ’ 6:25 >pd 9:2 5-
i 3 ARY TNCTAN Col Pike & S. Welta'r
AKLlflli IUH Re<d Dr JA 7 , 2 W
nJ Adult Entertainment. EFREM ZIM
pT BALIBT. SHELLEY WINTERS.
O 0 “THE CHAPMAN REPORT.”
CI FRF 2130 North Glebe Rd.
JA. 7-4266
« Walt Disney’s “ALMOST ANGELS "
k Walt Disney’s “LADY AND THE!
. TRAMP.”|
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JUrLfIOUR da | e Rd. J E 2-8040
Walt Disnev’s "ALMOST ANGELS."
Walt Disney’s “LADY AND THE
TRAMP.”
CFIfTRF Fairlington Shop. Center
VEininEi TE. 6-1000 Free Parking
Walt Disnev’s "ALMOST ANGET.fi "
Walt Disnev’s "LADY AND THE
'TRAMP"
GEEENBELT
RED BUTTONS.
“FIVE WEEKS IN A BALLOON"
1:15. 3:25. 5:25. 7:20, 9:20.
ROTH'S SILVER SPRING
8242 Georgia Ave JU. 9 1121
FESTIVAL OF FILM CLASSICS!
Last Day Continuous From ' 00.
“SEVEN BRIDES FOR
SEVEN BROTHERS”
Howard Keel. Jane Powell. ‘1:30,
3:35. 5:50. 8:00. 10. ’Scope, Color.
NEXT ATTRACTION in Our Fes
tival of Classics: “THE TRAPP
FAMILY.” Sunday. Monday Only.
Trans-Lux—“The War Lov
er”; 11:30 am., 1:30, 3:30, 5:30,
7:30 and 9:25 pm.
Uptown “The Wonderful
World of the Brothers Grimm”;
2 and 8:30 pm.
Warner "Mutiny on the
Bounty”; 2 and 8:30 pm.
MATINEE TODAY at 2:30!
★TONIGHT 8:30*
NATIONAL-LAST 2 TIMES!
“Warids Greatest Stage Plevs"
FOR AN EVENING PACKED
WITH LAUGHTER SEE
ANTHONY
PERKINS
*s vvv»wv
HAROLD’
THE NEW COMEOr
"ANTHONY PERKINS GIVES A
DROLL, LIMBER, ATTRACTIVE
PERFORMANCE."
—Donnelly, News
Box Off let Open it a.m. ft t:M a.m.
K B THEATERS
IPFY 4113 Av «* wo -
Fr— Working
•DIVORCE ITALIAN STYLE”
(Italian Comedy Hit) at 6.00,
7:55 and 9:55 P.M.
Saturday Kiddie Show Today at
1:00 and 3:00 P.M. Chlldren’a Ad
venture Series Presentation! “MON
STER OF HIOH-GATE POND” Plus
Walt Disney’s “GOLIATH II.” the
Tiniest Elephant in the World!
BAROMET
British Comedy Hit!
DAVID NIVEN. ALBERTO SORDI,
“BEST OF ENEMIES”
(Technicolor) at 1:00, 3:05, 5:15,
7:30 and 9:40 P.M.
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WALT DISNEY SHOW
“ALMOST ANGELS” (Technicolor),
With Vienna Boys’ Choir at 1:00,
3:55. 7:00 and 9:55 P.M. Plus
•THE LADY AND THE TRAMP”
(All-Cartoon'Feature) at 2:40, 5:40
and 8:40 P.M.
KAYWOOD CINEMA
Eastara Ave. & Vornum St.
Mt. Rainiar, Md. AP. 7-1323
CLIFF ROBERTSON,
SUZY PARKER.
‘‘THE INTERNS”
at 1:40, 5:40 and 9:35 P.M. Plus
JAMES STEWART in “THE FAR
COUNTRY” (Color) at 3:45 and
7:40 P.M.
FLOWEB AVE. PLAYHtUSE
8725 Flower Ave., Silver Spring, Md.
JU 8-1666
British Comedy Hit!
DAVID NIVEN. ALBERTO SORDI,
“BEST OF ENEMIES”
(Technicolor) at 1 00, 3:10, 5:20,
7:30 and 9:45 P.M.
ROCKVILLE DRIVE-IN
Rockville, Md. PO. 2-6186
Open at 8:30 P.M.
JAMES STEWART. RUTH ROWAN.
“THE FAR COUNTRY”
(Color) at 7:00 and 10:40 P.M.
Plus CLIFF ROBERTSON in “THE
INTERNS” at 8:40 P.M.
STANTON ART THEATRE
WASHINGTON’S THEATRE OF ART
18th, Just Off Rhode kland Ave. N.I.
Ample Parking Facilities. LA. 6-6099*
HELD OVER
EXCLUSIVE! UNCUT!
JUNE WILKINSON
"Playboy’s” most featured “Play
mate” in the laugh-filled, gal-filled
adult comedy riot that has received
raves in premiere engagements
across the U. 8.
“PLAYGIRLS AND
THE BELLBOY”
at 2:00, 4:20, «:40. 9:00. 11:20.
ARTISTS AND MODELS
Star in the Follies Bergere of Tokyo.
The new beauties from the Far
East.
‘GEISHA PLAYMATES’
at 1:00. 3:20. 6:40. 8:00. 10:20.
GEORGETOWN
WASHINGTON'S FEPEETOHY CINEMA
Dramatic Adult Entertainment
LAURENCE HARVEY
In
“WALK ON THE
WILD SIDE”
Co-Starring
CAPUCINE
JANE FONDA
BARBARA STANWYCK
ANNE BAXTER
Feature, 1:40. 3:45. 5:50. 7:55, 10.
DRIVE-IN |
LEE HWT. ARL. BLVD.
Bet. 7 Corners & Fairfax Cir. via
Lea Hwy. or Arl. Blvd. JE. 3-9500
IN-CAR HEATERS
FOR YOUR COMFORT
Holiday Week-End Show
CARTOON RKVUK. 7:10
The Funniest Night Club
Comic of Them All!
“THE JOKER
IS WILD”
Frank Sinatra. Mitzi Gaynor
Shown at 9:4ft.
“DAMON & PYTHIAS”
Guy Williams, Don Burnett
In Exciting Color. 7:45
Plus LATE BONUS FEATURE!
’TARZAN GOES TO INDIA"
Jock Mahoney. Mark Dana
In Inciting Color
Open 6:30. Child. Under 12 Free
MT. VERNON
JUST 4 Ml. SOUTH OF ALEX.
ON ROUTE 1 SO. 8-7800
750-Watt Electric In-Car
Heaters for Your Comfort
Holiday Week-End Show
PARADE OF CARTOONS. 7:10
It's Naughty But Nice!
“INDISCREET”
Cary Grant. Ingrid Bergman
In Exciting Color. 9:30.
Can Your Nerves Stand It?
ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S
“THE REAR WINDOW”
James Stewart. Grace Kelly
In Exciting Color. 7:45.
Plus BONUS FEATURE*
“NEVER SO FEW”
FRANK GINA
SINATRA LOLLOBRIGIDA
In C'Scope and Color.
Open 6:30. Child. Under 12 Free
QUEENS CHAPEL
Ager Rd. at Hamilton (off Queen*
Chapel Rd.), W. Hyatt*. Min*. From
Sil. Spg. and D. C. WA. 7-2900
ELECTRIC IN-CAR HEATERS
FOR YOUR COMFORT
Holiday Week-End Show
KARTOON KARNIVAL, 7:10
A Colorful Action Spectacle!
“THE TARTARS”
Orson Welles. Victor Mature
In Exciting Color, 9:20.
“WAR HUNT"
John Saxon. Robert Redford
Shown at 7:45.
Plus LATE BONUS FEATURE!
ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S
“THE REAR WINDOW”
James Stewart. Grace Kelly
In Exciting Color
Open 6:30. Child. Under 12 Free
Melina Mercßuri-Aathaay Perkins
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Present''
FRANK SINATRA
LAURENCE HARVEY
JANET LEIGH
AT 11:30 on, J .55 4JO
6:40 9:10 11 30 p.m.
SIDNEY LUST THEATERS
FREE PARKING
MI I Fl| 6822 New Hampshire at
aislsEill E . w Hwy> J U# 9.3322
Two Walt Disney Hits!
“LADY AND
THE TRAMP”
Color. 11:00. 2:00. 5:05. 8:10. Flu,
ALMOST ANGELS," Color, 12:20.
3:30. Q:35. 9:35.
BETHESDA 77 ” o TTSa A ''-
Two Walt Disney Hits!
“LADY AND
THE TRAMP”
Color. 11:15. 2:10. 5:10. 8:10. Flu,
"ALMOST ANGELA" Color. 12:30.
3:35. 8:45. 9:35
fiHTWfll V tondover and Annap-
UnLVUILI oU , tdl UN. 4 0100
Two Walt Disney Hits!
“LADY AND
THE TRAMP”
Color. 11:00. 2:00. 5:05. 8:08. Plus
"ALMOST ANGELS,” Color, 12:20.
3:30, 8:35, 9:38.
VIEBS HILL' 22 " v t^ ,M -
Two Walt Disney Hits!
“LADY AND
THE TRAMP”
Color. 11:00. 2:00. 5:05, 8:08, Plus
• ALMOST ANGKL&” Color. 12:20,
3:30, 6 35, 9:35
HYATTSVILLE 34 ; 2 /;
DOUBLE HORROR SHOW! "THE
SPIDER.** 1:00. 4:05. 7:10. 10.00,
Plus “THE FLY.” ’Scope, Color,
2:30. 5:40. 8:30.
WHEATON PLAZA PLAYHOUSE
Located on the West Mall of the
Whooton Plaza Wheaton, Md.
WH 9-8120
Matinee Today at 9:30
Doors Open at 9:15
Two Walt Disney Features
“LADY AND THE TRAMP,”
9:30, 12:10, 3:05. 5:50, and
•ALMOST ANGELS.” 10:45.
1:30, 4:20. 7:10.
Special Late Show
' Tonight
Regular Prices
KIRK DOUGLAS
“TWO WEEKS IN
ANOTHER TOWN”
Features at 8:15. 11:15 Only.
Starts Tomorrow:
“I THANK A FOOL**
CAPITOL nJ.
Three Bia Feature,! No. 1: FRANK
SINATRA Battles Red Chinese In
! NEVER BO FEW." Color. 'Scope. 4:15.
9:25. No. 2: "THE KONGA MON
iSTER" In Color. 2:30. 7:40. No. 3:
; MAGIC BOY AND THE MONSTERS.”
Color. 1:15. 8:25.£
GLYMONT '"T
• PANIC IN THE YEAR ZERO" and
"PREMATURE BURIAL." Color
Louis Beruhoimer's Theaters
VILLAGE .H. e .
A JERRY LEWIS Double Lauth
Riot. "THE SAD SACK.” 1:00. 4:20.
7:45. “THE DELICATE DELIN
OUENT." 2:40, 6:00. 9:25,
urwTHN LA ’ 1359 ,2 "’ 31
ntniun NE . »et. Mich, a». i.
ORSON WELLES. "THE TARTARS."
3:05. 6:20. 9:30. RAY MILLAND.
"PANIC IN THE YEAR ZERO."
1:20. 4:32. 7:50.
FaiRFA Fairfax, Vo. OK. J JW»
inintnA f,w Parking
"NO MAN IS AN ISLAND."
JEFFREY HUNTER
nRITm DAMASCUS, md.
UllUlU RICHARD EGAN.
'THE 300 SPARTANS"
i Shows. 6:00. 8:00. 10:00.
SUNSET DRIVE-IN
5175 Leesburg Pike, HU. 1-2733
Bailey* Cro** Rood*, Va.
Elvis Presley. Lola Albright,
“KID GALAHAD”
(In Color). 7:30, 10:50
"THE YOUNG SAVAGES”
Burt Lancaster. 9:10.
Free gal, gas if temp, below 50
SUPER 29 DRIVE-IN
2’/2 Mi. W. Fairfax, Rte. 29-211
BRowning 8-9674
7roUTjL~LIKE THESE*
1. 'GUNMAN’S WALK. Van
Heflin. Tab Hunter, 7:15.
2. “WHO-O-O WAS THAT
LADY?” Dean Martin. Tony
Curtis. 9:00.
3. FROM HERE TO ETER
NITY” ... See Why It Won
All Those Academy Awards,
11:00.
CENTRAL AVE.
2Vi Mile, Pail 0. C. line, Rte. 214
~“THREE STOOGES”'
IN ORBIT,” 7:30
Susan Hayward. Jeff Chandler.
“THUNDER IN
THE SUN.” 9:25
“GIANT BEHEMOTH”
10:50.
RANCH DRIVE-IN
CY. 7-5900 JU. 9-1121
Old Branch Ave., Clinton, Md.
Through Sunday. Cartoons 7:00.
ELVIS PRESLEY
IN 3 OF HIS GREATEST ROLES
“Love Me Tender." 7:25
“Wild in Country," 9:10.
"Follow That Dream," 10:55.
AIRPORT *" I,NGTON
niuawua 0T 4 g)0o
1 Mi. South of 14th St. Bridge
At 20th St. and Route 1
Adult Entertainment BRIGITTE
?£EP.2. T .. ” A VERy PRIVATE
AFFAIR." 7:00 and 10:25.
B OL i^ EB PAITH. DEAN FRED.
ERICKS. "WILD HARVEST."
Box office Opens 0:30.
BELTSVILLE DRIVE-IN
On U. S. Route No, 1 474-3800
$1 PER CARLOAD
Open 6:30. WALT DISNEY'S
HAPPIEST MOVIE!
“LADY AND
THE TRAMP”
Color. 7:00, 10:15, Plus WALT
DISNEYS NEWEST MOVIE
"ALMOST ANGELS' (But ONLY
When They're Singing!) Color.
8:25. With Peter Week, Sean
Scully and Vienna Boys' Cho|r
$1 PER CARLOAD

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