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"VV "a-- " rid"rTi THE COURIKR.JOURNAL, IOUISVIIXE, KY.,' FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2. 1062 SECTION 2 if Donald O'Connor it 'WONDERS OF ALADDIN' In Color At 1:21 'MYSTERIOUS ISLAND" In Color At 4:41 II O'Y II II A II T I ! ' S Show Talk K 1 I ( NANCf KWAfA i in ticltint . . . brilliant color I " 1 11 At 7:15 I T r I ibl nd daoply human film . Kohn, Timaft too It from tho Basinnino! Spooky Chiller, 'Innocents' Asks: Can Dead Influence The Living? ICE SKATING I Doily Except Monday I 12:30 to 2:30 P.M. 3:30too:3Uf.M. 8:00 to 10:30 P.M. OAK VINKK tunc u viuo 1 1 875 Gardinor Land GL 1-96001 SPECIAL REDUCED RATES CAD SCHOOLS, CHURCHES CUBS AND PRIVATE SROUPS OPtN i sfl,-V-. "j I Between Henry James and fruman Capote, quite a chiller of a screenplay has been made of James "The Turn of The Screw." Entitled "The Innocents," it opened at the Mary Anderson yesterday. Now, this is an enigmatic film. At least this writer isn't quite certain what either James or Capote wanted to convey except a horrific ghost story. In that they have succeeded. Thrills are galore and explosive. The idea behind the visual excitement seems to ask the question: Can the dead influence the living? At any rate the memory of a dead governess and a valet seems to influence two children in a large country house in the English countryside. Although they seem innocent and pure, they appear to be touched with a malevolence that shows through their wide and eloquent eyes. Former Governess Materializes Or, does the new governess who has been sent by their uncle, who wants ho part of them, to watch over them imagine these things? Anyway, the former governess materializes and stands looking at what goes on in a misty atmosphere on the far bank of a lake on the estate, right in the midst of a flower bed. The valet also materializes and at spooky moments appears at windows and on the balcony of the mansion. These two are seen by the new governess, and the audience sees them, too. They look very evil and terrifying. Between the ghosts the new governess sees and those she thinks she sees or suspects will appear, the hypnotic influence is there, and audiences will, I suspect, feel what the governess feels. Since all this is played in an atmosphere of general deterioration, you can believe that things are rather eerie. Strange Fright Pursues Her Jack Clayton, who has produced the film and directed it, sustains the mood admirably, and he must have had a high old time making everything seem so devilishly thrilling. TODAY'S SHOW CLOCK DEBORAH KERR plays the new governess in "The Innocents." Deborah Kerr, as the new governess, runs through the film with a strange fright pursuing her. She is quite sure that both the house and children are haunted. She is usually breathless, but she's brave. She tries to fathom the mystery, but it is no use. She has nothing on us. We couldn't, either. Two attractive-looking children are played by Martin Stephens and Pamela Franklin, and they appear to be wellborn, well bred English youngsters. Michael Redgrave is elegant and seemingly fastidious as the children's handsome uncle, while the ghosts are hauntingly played by Peter Wyngarde and Clytie Jessop. Megs Jenkins is, perhaps, the only normal character in the screenplay; she's the worthy housekeeper. ON THi iTAOt CARRIAol HOUf t ClrrllfO HOUM Playr in "Oihollo". JO. LAVHOUSI Childron't Thoatar In "Snow White one! Koto ad"i 1.30. RATHSKELLER Pink Oartor Theater in "Tho Drunkard"! M. SAVOV aurloMue: 1, r;M, end :45. DOWNTOWN AND FIRST RUN ROWN Kinf of Klnet: IMS. KENTUCKY Flower Drum (one: 1:J4, :tl. 4:11, :JO, end t . MARY ANDiRION Tho InnocenH: 10:94, 12:22, 2:14, 4:44, t it, 7:JJ, one t:. OHIO Ono-Two-Throe: 1:M, ll:U, 210, 4:1. 4:14, t:M, end tM. R I ALTO South Seat Adventure: JO. UNITED ARTISTS tacholor Flat: 1 1:14, 1:2. 1:22, i:Jt, 1:44, end ART THEATERS CRESCENT Tho Mark! 7:11 end :1S. ESQUIRE The Sin of Mono Kent! 7 and :. Five Sinnert: S:IS. NEIGHBORHOOD AND OTHERS AIRWAY The Abunt-Minded Protestor: 7:1$. Sword ot Sherwood For-ot: t:$. BARD Exodut: 7:45. COZY Have Rocket, Will Travel: 4:14. Snake Woman: 7:S4. Dr. Blood' Coffin: t:04. GRAND Bridie et Toko Rl: II, 1 34, 4:12 end :. All In A Nifht' Work: 4:14, and 7:S4. OR AND (New Albany) The Second Time Around: 1:24, 4:44, and l:S0. The Fiercoit Heart: 1 , t:l, and :. IDEAL Kona: 4:11 and :. Armored Command: S. KNOX Journey to The Center ot Tho Earth: 4:45. Tho Ll World: :I2. ROOEO The Mvtorian: 14:27, 1M, 5:37, and :I2. Tho Time Machine: 11:52, 2:27, and 7:02. ROYAL Swl Family Roblnton: J JO end :27. Hall Bent lor Leather: 4:24 UPTOWN Wonder of Aladdin: 7:21. Mrtteriou Ulond: 41. VOOUS X-15: 4:25. The Alamo: 1:11. WESTEND Have Racket, Will Treval: 4:1. Sneke Women: 7:54. Dr. Blood Coffin: t 04. DRIVE-INS DIXIE Sutan Slade: S:M. Wander ot Aloddm: 4:45. Third Voice: 14:54. KENWOOD Certeon: 4:54. Touch of Evil: 4:27 end 12:54. Sutan Slade: 4 44. Town Without Pity: 14:54. LAKEWOOD Bimbo The Great: 7. The Comonchero: 4:44. Queen of Outer Space: 14:25. NEW ALBANY Yellowttone Ketley: 4:54. Sutan Slade: 1 15. Upttair and Downatair: 14:25. PRESTON Tho loot Mlttile: 4:17. Horto Soldier: 1 aj. Town -Without Pity: 14:07. Tho Gient of Merethon: 11:57. TWILIGHT Houto of Warn: 4:45. Myttarieue Itlond: 4:44. Bridie to The Sun: 14:25. 3 FEATURES! "HIVE ROCKET, f ILL TRAVEL" 8:30 "THE SNAKE WOMAN" 7:56 "DR. BLOODS COFFIN" 9:04 STARTS SATURDAY-"IRIDC TO THI SUN," "TOWN WITHOUT PlTV" 7 00 43 'TheSihof MOHAllEHi OFIN 4 4J Phono 363-3785 ADULT ENTER TAINMENT V J 4 lano sims IS STARTS NEXT THURS. - "ROCCO AND HIS BROTHERS' Many Good Cars are Parked in the "Autos For Sale" Columns. Trial Of Judge In Duty-Neglect Case Delayed Corbin. Ky., Feb. 1 dP The trial in Whitley Circuit Court for County Judge Morten Bennett on charges of neglect of duty failure to report fines was postponed Thursday until the April term of court. Circuit Judge J. B. Johnson granted the postponement on a motion by Commonwealth's Attorney Pleas Jones, who said a State witness was unable to appear. Judge Bennett was indicted on the two counts last October. The following month he paid $2,404 to the State auditor's office in alleged un reported fines. State Auditor Joe Schneider said Thursday that Bennett also paid $240.40 in penalties last month and, "He is now clear with us." "If lough riot. Will b right In front whin tho net Otcor arc handed out."-WfODA MOPPff SEE!! PAMELA TIFFIN Show Timesl 10:30 12:25 2:20 4:15 6:10 8:05 9:53 -A COMtuy KIDDIE SESSION EVERY SAT. 11:30 TO I rM.-40e 4TH AVE. RINK MAT. EVERY SAT. AND SUN. BOTH RINKS 40 The Rental Ads Simplify House-Hunting. John Mitchell, Ex-Professor A I U. K., Dies Lexington, Ky., Feb. 2 if John Richard Mitchell, Emeritus assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Kentucky, died Thursday at age 76. He was a native of New Wilmington, Pa. He retired at the University in 1956 after 40 years. From 1927 to 1952 he was director of general chemistry. Mitchell was a graduate of Westminister College and did graduate work at Michigan State University, where he was an instructor in chemistry from 1911 to 1915. UW' PARKING CP IT. MATTWWI W Show Start At Countdown of :J5 P.M. ENTIRE SHOW IN TECHNICOLOR John WAYNE Richard WIDMARK "THE ALAMO" Th Rocket Ship That y l c Chtlnd Outer Space! A 1 .9 SEE ITTHIS 7 WEEK END. GOOD SEATS AVAILABLE FOR TONIGHT AT 8:15 P.M. SATURDAY and SUNDAY -2 and 8:15 P.M. It 9" -rAJT StJJSU r,. m EXCLUSIVE KENTUCKIANA .d0H3tifc:& dde . . MjioBoad' ..-, rrTytau' 1 I dd - CONTINUOUS ?tfOMAeSI 'h 0f,-M . y f HAM-11,15 fM. Ogk ucA I TOWITE(il8:30'"ian o the surf in a Pacific para- 4' 7 .VT'ajl - A v) dise and dare the raging i ri nlrff breakers that crash around 'Vi f MrV ( v j2! I ,EST "ATS T I NO SEATS RESERVED U III yj- y- '-&- BU Uti-itl I ., j r i i ' Wit before show Mat. Wpd.-f. 1.95 M f!rir ill jf , . v..-;;. rj ns nr U U U U U aWJIaal . V f Nil.-:t5; fri., $et.-l.30 4 " j5-.? VlolMatJ ;,it'..l MAuL, i. uCTEi Th Word, th Wisdom, th Wondr of th Srmon on th Mount JOIN THE BIG CROWDS ENJOYING THE GREATEST HUMAN DRAMA THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN! METRO - QOLDWYN MAYER PRESENTS SAMUEL BRONSTON'S PRODUCTION Filmed in 70MM SUPER TECHNIRAMA TECHNICOLOR Molina J P.M. WED. SAT. . $1.50 $1 25 SUNDAY $175 t $1.50 Childran 90c (Matin., only) Evoning.-I 15 P.M. SUN thru THUR. $1.75 t $1.50 FRI. t SAT $1.00 I $1.50 I m I AS c I I TflllflY' ;S rr LAUGH RIOT! Mx r ' 1 mric8 IW I .i JACK CLAYTON X;.(fTHiVVrn k hYl uirecioroT MENTS FOR SUNDAY I - ' SCHOOL AND CHURCH I m 4' i" 4 . f 1 ' n CROUPS-PHONliU 4.7305 ftT.'-VV' 71' S Vl V I err star m M-k Mi : ALL RESERVED SEATS CALL - JU 4-3369 For Rxorvotiont ' HELD OVER IJ SW limfl - m MO I I j; VLUL,'tijVniniil! 700.4 SPEAKING OF YOU-KNOW-WHAT,. THERE HASN'T BEEN A MOTION PICTURE LIKE.A, . "BACHELOR FLAT" I IN YcAHS! in, nothing but fun TUESDAY WELD-RICHARD BEYMER-TERRY-THOMAS-CELESTE HOLM Cinemascope color by de luxe mwm -i 1 l"-! j - BOX OFFICE OPEN 10:30 A.M. BE FOREWARNED! In your own interests see this picture from the very beginning to the mind-stunning end! HOW Atept4 far th Scroon by WILLIAM ARCHIBALD TRUMAN CAPOTE Froo4xf .14 D-octod by JACK CLAYTON from HENRY JAMES' rortrple. of mteobr. lav. "Th. Turn of Tt. Scr.w" 4JO-lttM( PETER WYNGARDE od U&S JENOS MICHAEL REDGRAVE M "Thd Unc?" PWRA mum ind MARTIN STEPHD5 is "The Innocents" ONTMASoOPEi 1 h ,: Hi )S , ...I . 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