The Daily Clintoniun, Clinton, Indiana Saturday, December 19, 1936 Page f Wabash Sunday, Monday and Tuesday Behind the Seen ANNUAL PARTY AT UNIVERSAL In PL. r 1 1 Fir ,jv SUN. MON. TUES. Fox Movietone News Star Reporter in Hollywood T "Parting the Thorobreds" T 10c 25c : HOLLYWOOD . r, J t, , J PfCKO By HARRISON CARROLL Copyright, 11H6. Ktnx Features Syndicate. Inc. HOLLYWOOD These Changing Scenes: By one of those lucky breaks, "The King and the Chorus Girl" becomes a tremendously timely picture. There is no resemblance, intentional or accidental, between the story of the film and the most head 1 d i rr . V:!: -Jk . r t ture with him, also gets set. "All right," says Riskln, "music." The odd-looking orchestra starts to play. It Is not classical music but that old favorite, "Minnie the Moocher". Suddenly, Grace Moore starts to sing It You picture what would happen If this was the Metropolitan. Lorgnettes flying up. But there la nothing of the opera star about Grace Moore now. She is singing a hot number and she is doing a swell job of It At the finish, she puts her handt behind her blonde head, and gives a bump. Yea sir. It may not be a Martha Raye bump, but It Is undeniably a bump. When Riskln calls "cut", the star 1 f n '1 if lined romance of all times, nut the hero does happen to be an x - k I n g, the he r el ne an American girl and the scene France. On the day that Edward abdicates, Mer-vyn Le Roy is directing a scene between .11 and everybody else give way to laughter. Coming off the set, Grace Moore rvJ tells me: 2 ,'" -' ! V l r It's the most difficult thing I've Joan Blondell ever done. I've been practicing with Al Segal and when I'm in my room at home, I'm wonderful. But Fernand Gravet, the ex-king of the story, and Joan Blondell, the chorus girl heroine. when I get out here on the stage. Gloriously surpaismg the romantic and dramatic heights they reached in "Th Road to Glory," WARNER BAXTER and JUNE MNG are again starred in the new Trcntieth Century-Fox triumph "Wktc .Hunter." ; - I'm scared to death." On the "Seventh Heaven" set they are getting ready to shoot Slmone Simon's Palace Tonite 1 1 P. M. Also Sunday-Monday Bethlehem U. B. Church to Have Program; C. J. V. Class Holds Meeting UNIVERSAL, Dec, 1S The Ladies Friendship Circle class and Ln dies Aid of the V. 11. Church held their annual Christmas meeting null party-at the home of Mrs. Alfred Stacey lat Wednesday with Mrs. Edward Hardlc as assintlng linales: The class opened Iheir niootiin with singing and a prayer hv Mrs Martha Moats. Mrs. Isulicllc Far-Ingtnn road the devotional. Snip ture .reatttngs were read and discussed. At nonn a delicious clium was served A program was prevented in Hi afternoon constating of singing ail' readings. At the rinse Santa Liar was there to pass out presents fron the grab hag. Other members present were Mail-ames William Mlesmer. Davit' Johns, Edwin Griffith, Cecil Shew Don Chappelier, Harry Lewis, net tie Hetns, Rcr. Ida M. Cunningham, Mary Johnson, Green House, Her man Martin, A. P. Hamilton, Aldoi Hedges. Myrtle Shew and soi Charles, Sam Eaton. Otis Andrew Alex Surhta and Miss Kiln Crosr land. Guests were Miss Alma Shew Kathryh Johnson and Mrs. Cliatie 8 purr Jr. Program Planned A Christmas program entitle "White ChriBtmas," will lie rendered at the Bethlehem 11. B. Church Sun day night at 7 p. m. Class Meeting Held The C. J. U. Sunday school elas' of the V. B. church held their monthly meeting and Christmas parly las' Monday night at the home of Misr Viola Vantura. II was a kid pari and toy presents were exchanged The house was decorated in Chris! mas colors and refreshments won served. Metntpers present were Mat'sare' Sttchta, Helen Farrlngton, Kathryi Johnson, Thomar Spnrr. Pearl Mar tin, Robert Foltz. "Earl Morris and Edwin Griffith and son Dean. The next meeting will be at the home ol Miss Martha Eaton. Imrmmmmmmimmmmmi nu n i n u n i. inmni i m H ; .y " ' " V A IB Le Roy bought this story nine months ago, long before the world ln general heard of Wally Simpson, but now he has to use exquisite care lest he offend British sensibilities. The people on the set, however, gleefully seek to draw parallels. One person Insists there is a close resemblance between the profiles of Gravet and of Edward. He produces an English stamp with the ex-king's picture on It. Then he points triumphantly to Gravet, who is rehearsing the scene with Joan Blondell. We gravely compare the profiles and agree there Is a certain similarity. Everybody seems to get a lot of satisfaction out of it V 7 .- -L. .iirT? first scene In the picture. It is the meet-1 n g of . Diane and Chlco where she is being beaten hy Gale Sonder-gaard and James Stewart pops up out of the sewer to rescue her. Stewart Is already on the set and la rub-bin g specially Simone Simon prepared dirt on his face and hands. Director Henry King is w&Y mm otiperintending the setup of the camera In front of the manhole. A girl in a black dress and cotton stockings comes onto the set Everybody has been waiting for this moment, but she is halfway to the camera before she Is recognized Grace Moore is doing a scene for the picture, "Interlude", at Colinn-. bias She is wearing a man's flannel I shirt, black corduroy pants, socks . and floppy leather slippers. She looks as slim as a fashion model. j Evidently, something unusual is . about to happen. There is an air I of suspense on the set Miss Moore is standing beside a piano at which Cary Grant is I m i .Jill ."wnBfjsk. ii s, m.r ir 1 a k-t . as Simone. There Is extras, but L murmur among the it is all very casual r.fter all. I am talking to Stweart and Simone comes over to speak to him X; " ,?--. I ton,te I WILLIAM BOYD and GAIL SHERIDAN in "Hopalong Cassidy Returns" a,.Min.. ! .hi X TIMES Ace Drummond" Buster Keaton Comedy seated. Oft to one side are live or six roughly dressed men holding musical Instruments. The room they are ln appears to be a mountain cabin. Now, they are going to shoot the scene. Robert Riskln takes a chair beside the camera. Harry Lacn-man, who la co-directing the pic and to me. She hita Stewart a little blow on the arm, and he draws it up as if It were broken. A glance flicks between them. Diane and Chico may be meeting for the first time, but Simone and Hollywood's No. 1 bachelor have met before. ,. lnu,n., mineilv. with .loan trawioi u mi imik i winMime oomeily. with .loan t 'love tMl the Uahle, Delight fill Twiwoine. I Patrick, Wjlfrod Lawson, Allison Skipworth and George llassell. Baxter is the "White Hunter" who joins MOVIES Preview at 11 P. M. Also Sunday-Monday ' RHYTHM ON THK lUXtil" ' ",c "roup hundreds of miles from W THF t'OLl'Mltl I j Civ'''7-Jlti" act as guide. Almost ' Set to music' that swings, this pic- ' anything could happen in such a lo- THIS GUARANTEES THE BEST IN ENTERTAINMENT! tale, particularly when you know ture has much to recommend it. in and wauls more out of lite man n title. In trying to save the girl, Clark ' gets himself and her entangled in the workings of a sinister spy ring It's all very complicated and entirely idnusing. Others taking "Love on the Run" are Reginald Owen, Mona Barrio. Ivan Lehedefl'. Donald Meek and William Demurest. A Johnny Perkins Act. Viiaphone Musical and uewareel conclude the program. AGK.n t tit ti.i; nam: haity CLEVELAND A tomb of mystery was added lo ihe celebration (u yM.lr.v fir 01 i . ' ' Rev. Ida M. Cunningham, who ha: been visiting In Huntington, returned to her home last Friday. Jack Lewis has gone to Detroit tc visit relatives. . Mrs. John Craig and Mrs. Robert Aitkins have returned to their bomr after vtstting In Detroit with Mrs Craig's sister, Mrs. James C'laikson who is ill. Evan Hughes is ill at his home. 'Richard Spnrr of the C. C. C camp spent the week end with hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Spurr . iMIss Sophie Tomei. who Is at loading Indiana Slate at Terrr Haute, spent the weekend with hei parents. Jr. and Sirs. Pete Tomei. .Joe Soft is of Clewland. O. is herr (tending a few wveks with his parents. Mr. and Mrs John Snitls. Sr .The Q. and F. Sewing club met recently at the home of Mrs. John Vaua. Luncheon was served at noon. Guests were Mrs. Clarence Recce. Margaret Vlrosho and Mrs. Frank Btanrhettl. that Lawson and his wife. Gail Patrick, were the cause of Baxter's exile from England years before. Love, hatred and revenge light for the upper hand. A "Star Reporter In Hollywood." a cameraman's adventures while "Paging the Thorobreds" and Fox Movietone News are special added shorts. A $50,CC0,000 MANHATTAN KBSESS ...A NEW YORK PLAYBOY AfID A HEADLINE HUNTER ON THEER TRAIL! .... eluding eomedy. romance, and the introduction of two newcomers to the flickers: Bob (Arkansasl Uunis and his bazooka and Martha Raye with her unrestrained bnmd of humor and singing. Lovely Frances Farmer plays an heiress who skips out on the eve of a loveless marriage and hoards, a freight I rain to escape. Cowboy Ming t'rosby and Bob (Bazooka I Burns come to (he rescue. Singinj; honors are divided between Bins. Manila and Bob to such tunes as "Kinpty Saddles." "I Can't Escape from You."' and "You'll have to Swing It." Fox Movietone News and the "Merry Mutineers'' in color are added short features. l6i mi i ihe golden wedding nnnlversny of Mr. and Mrs. 1. Klein. TlK'y ct I.-I ted to gu'Hs a conr.iTiulii'.ory letier i from PIVKidcM Roos'veit. No hip I knew who had informed the pre ;1-I dent that the Kleins were i.ovk on thk ki n' .it thi: i:im-k Tills ultra-modern romantic escapade involves the highly successful trio nf Joan Crawford. Clark Gable and Kranchol Tone. This time Clark is a newspaper reporter who tries to get Mis Crawford out of trouble when she flees from the altar and leaves a pompous unbliMiiatl "ailing for her. .loan is an heiress Ring Weigher" Half Pound Rings up to u few centuries ago were mostly cumbersome affairs. The signet ring of Charles the Bold, last of the Dukes of Burgundy, who was slain at Nancy in 1477, weighed half a pound. When you see the new 1S36 RTTEX OHRISTMAS CARDS you will marvel .at their smart designs and fin paper and large French KoJd sire... and kIbo at their extremely low price... 50 for $1.00 inelndlng yew Nume on the cards and to envelopes to match. The Daily Clintoaian. W'HITK HI NTDIf AT THK W.UtASH Ail Important big game expedition through a stianpely . wild country brines dramatic changes in the lives of Warner Baxter. June Lang, Gail gpavHg)aauBfiMWsBwi&M if tiMv tv f At the Columbia Sunday and Monday HA SUNDAY AND MONDAY M. Here come the screen's fastest moving sweethearts! nnd llint means that there iiin't a let-up in the fun and excitement frtni the moment that gor-ijcoiia Joan stam-jcdes out on her own wedding until she lands riijht in these loving Gable arms! I BING CROSBY f RF.KCE5 mm BOB BURNS MnRTHR RRYE V . U' -e r. A roundup ( mirth and nwlody with Ihe Sl'll Bif Sent Hill everybody's whifttlinl YOU'LL THANK US FOR TELLING YOU: "IT'S SWELL!" No Advance in Prices! 10c 25c You Better Come Early If You Want a Seat! -EXTRA- Vitaphone Act News of the Day Vaudeville Reel TONIGHT 9 Comedy in Color "MERRY MUTIIIEERSM Movietone News 10c and 15c LAST TIMES TONIGHT LARRY BUSTER CRABBE in "THE ARIZONA BUSTER" Screen Snapshots Comedy Short ONLY 10c - VJkTH-J- OF THE CLYDE BEATTY !'D?.rkest Africa" F.'na! Chapter Ca toon and Comedy B-I-N-G-O jMms; Ondr rlea not his crKwting on FranceH Farmer in "Rbtlitu lite Usage," Colunitiia tettture Mmd" Monday.
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