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Detroit evening times. (Detroit, Mich) 1921-1958, September 10, 1944, FINAL, Image 94

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There's Plenty of Action
on Film-Footlight Front
as Fall Season Starts
plenty of action on all the film and footlight front*
\ with th# fall season for both stage and screen getting Into
full swing.
Of particular interest is the opening of the first Theater
Guild attraction of the season nt the Cass Monday night.
Tt la an elaborate revival of Chekhov's "The Cherry
Orchard," one of the famous Russian dramatist’s plays best
known to American audiences.
Joseph Rchildkraut and Eva Le Gallienne, having played
so well together in "Uncle Harry” last year on Broadway, de-
cided to match their talenis
again in this very successful
production.
With them In the cast are
John Blelfer, Carmen Mat
thews, Samuel Goldenburg,
A. P. Kaye and Leona Rob
erts.
TurfU' to Follow
The Chekhov play will be here
only for a week and then will be
followed by the long awaited
"Voice of the Turtle," played by
the company set for Chicago
aft.*r the Detroit engagement.
K. T. Stevene, Hugh Marlowe
and Betty Lawford have the
trio of rolee In this smash three
character comedy hit by John
.Van .Uniten, ~
During the week. Schlldkraut
and Miss Le Galhenne who will
be playing at the Cass plan to
lee their mends, Adler and Miss
Merrill in the roles which they
created.
'Two In a Bed'
"Two la a Bed," the Holly
wood farce at the Wilson, goes
Into Its third week with Doro
thy Crider and Lee Slater in
the leading juvenile roles.
On the eereens we find plenty
of shadow plays with interest.
The fans are so delighted with
the combination of Paulette
Goddard and Sonny Tufts In "I
Love a Soldier,” that this ro
mantic oomedy about a fellow
on a furlough stays for a sec
ond week at the Michigan,
feairy Fitigerald is wondeiful
as the streetcar conductor.
It was just the gypsy in Uni
versal that Induced this studio
to take Jon Hall and Maria
> Montez out of their usual
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"Gypsy Wildcat." the fiery fan
tasy at the Fox.
Peter Coe. Leo Carillo and
Gale Sondergaard are also In
the picture.
The Downtown turns on the
heat in the band department
with Stan Kenton and his or
chestra which is terrifically pop
ular with the young swing set.
It's really a Jump show end Hal
Leßoy. the famous tap dancer,
is the extra added attraction.
Starts Tenth Week
The film feature la "Charlie
Chan's Black Magic."
There's no stopping the pop*
ularity of Bing Crosby in "Go
ing-My Way/’which is going K*
wav into a tenth week at the
United Artists. If this keepa up
we think Bing ought to run for
president. Th# next feature to
follow will he the film version
of the best seller, "Dragon
seed." with Katharine Hepburn
in the role of Jade.
What with "The Uninvited"
and "Gaslight.” the films have
been having their share of psy
chological horror mysteries and
now the Palms-State brings
in the film version of one of the
stage’s most frightening thril
lers. "Double Indemnity.”
Fred Mac Murray, Barbara
Stanwyck and Edward G. Rob
inson have the leading roles and
all find themselves In parts en
tirely different from anything
they’ve ever tried before.
Anne Baxter Flies
East to Parents
HOLLYWOOD, Sept, ft
Anne Baxter ts flying east
‘to visit her family, and rest
Later her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Baxter, are coming to
the coast. They plan to build
a house near San Mateo after
the war. Anne's grandfather,
Frank Lloyd Wright, will de
sign it _
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Eva LeGallienna has the leading rols In Chehov’s
“Cherry Orchard," which opens at Cass tomorrow evening.
Eastwood Park Open Through Month
TINY HILL and his orches
tra will play the final Jam ses
sion at Eastwood Gardena this
Sunday afternoon and following
the dance session tonight the
Gardena will close until next
April. Eastwood Park will con
tinue with all rides and midway
attractions In operation
THIS PICTURE WILL NOT BK SHOWN
AT REGULAR PRICKS FOR ONI YEAR
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through September with each
Tuesday being known ae Car
nival Night and rides at cut
rate.
Next Friday night will mark
the fall opening at Eastwood'a
roller rink with skating every
night and Sunday matinee te
organ music by Sigmund Roce
Faith in Lova Lrft.Too
HOLLYWOOD, Sept t.
June Home, who said she’d j
marry Jackie Cooper no matter
what they said about him, la
now at Monogram making a
picture called, "They Have
Faith.”
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