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ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CIIRONICLE, THURSDAY. MARCH S, 1945 10 New Attractions Scheduled At Theaters I OEW'S Old Dr. Charles ' still thinks son Nick ought to have become a doctor, but Nora, Nick's wife, is proud of him as a detective. Like a doctor, he diagnoses cases and provides a solution instead of a cure. He may eave an innocent "patien;" suspected of guilt, too. . Nora defends Nick -when they, visit his parents in "The Thin Man Coes Home," due today. Of course TV.niam Powell and Myrna Loy are Jn these roles, and his parents are acted by Harry Davenport and Lucile Watson Instead of having a restful visit, Nick quickly Is drafted to tackle a murder mys tery. "Meet Mis Bobby Socks," with Hob Crosby and Lynn Merrick, also -iIl be on the bill. PALACE Ernest Hemingway, author of 'For Whom the Bell Tolls," wrote the popular "To Have and Have Not." Warners have turned it into a film as a Humphrey Bogart vehcile. It will start today. Lauren Bacall, heralded as ' un.que new siren type, is oppo se isogart, and Walter Brennan, Marcel Dalio and Hoagy Car-rnichael. the ong writer, doing his first acting stint, are In nupport. The Bogart chap runs a little cabin cruiser around Martinque at the start of the war. He is involved by the Free French in a dangerous mission against the Vichy rulers of the island. An American girl becomes a factor. Vivian Austin and .Billy Dunn will appear in "Night Club Girl." TJ-II'LE Johnny Long will bring his swing orchestra and acts to the stage tomorrow for a three-, day stay. Jackie Moran and Wanda McKay in "There Goes Kelly will be the new screen feature. Long, a seasoned band showman, promises a bright, fast stage offering that has new musical features and specialty performers of proved cleverness. KEGEXT-Edward G. Robinson and Joan Bennett in the griping "Woman in the Window" and Martha O'Driscoll and Noah Beery Jr. in "Under Western Skies" will open a run today. CAPITOL Two top-line films of merit are set to start today. One is Joan Fontaine and Arturo de Cordova in "Frenchman's Creek," and the other is "Experiment Perilous," with Paul Lukas and Iedy Lamarr. : zsM mm LEAVE DANGER ZONE, HE URGES Humphrey Bogart counsels Lauren Bacall to seek safety in scene in "To Have and Have Not," coming to Palace today. Helen Traubel Here Tonight WITH Helen Traubel, dramatic nnrnnn of the MetrODolitan. as soloist, Sir Thomas Beecham will conduct the Rochester Philharmonic in the Eastman tonight. Miss Traubel will sing a group of Beethoven lieder in the opening half of the program and will then conclude the evening with the famous "Liebest': ' from Wagner's "Tristan and Isolde." One of the features of the orchestral portion of the concert will be a suite from Sir Thomas' ballet, "The Great Elopement," based on themes by Handel. Another will be the Mozart "Haffner" Symphony. Need new floors? Turn to classification 29-A, today's Want Ad Section Adv. Films Boosting U. S. Urged JJOLLYW-OOD C1 Robert Ris-kin, noted Hollywood author, will try to get the movie industry to form a non-profit organization to continue making educational cultural and scientific films after the war. Now head of the New York moving picture (bureau of the OWT, Riskin came here after a tour of England, France, Belgium and Holland. "Our State Department has found a crying need for movies that will tell . the story of America throughout the world," Riskin said. "We cannot stop making films that will help' promote international understanding just at the time when they are most needed."' Players to Give Performance Saturday AN extra performance of "Three's a Family," the farce-eomedy that has proved to be one of the most popular plays of the Community Players' season, will be given on Saturday evening at the Playhouse. "Sold, out" houses marked tbe last two regular performances and there was a big demand for seats throughout the run. The Players' officers decided to give this extra performance for those unable to get seats before. The story, unfolding in the in creasingly crowded Whitaker apart ment as the children, with their mates and progeny, come home to roost amid trying circumstances has been pointed up by Director Robert Stevens in a manner to make the most of its sentimental and laugh-provoking qualities, and the generally excellent cast makes it sure-fire stage fare. Frank Noonan scores with one of his best performances as the frank-spoken old doctor who ar rives to deliver a baby, and Ruth Lewis Berentsen delights as the old maid sister, who, is forced to vacate her room for the newcom ers. Dr. Ieon R. Podgainy and Elizabeth Agnew play the Whitakers, and others In the cast are Mrs. George R. Town, Kay Williams, Courtland C. Mulford, Peggy Ann McCabe, Fred Haak, Arthur J. Daly, Janet Walker, Mary Harden-brook, Edward Keenan, Loris Jef fries, David Hadden and David Montgomery. New Officers Head Producers' Unit Hollywood JP)-m E. J. Mannix, MGM studio executive, is the new president of the Association of Mo tion Picture Producers. He has been elected unanimously to suc ceed Freeman. B. B. Kahane of Columbia was named first vicepresident and Chris Work of Universal, second vicepresident. Tjhe only change in the board of directors was the election of Joseph M. Schenck to succeed Jason Joy. Fred W. Bcetson was re-elected executive vicepresident. Central Casting Corporation, meeting later, named Beetson as its president. Today's Offerings at Theaters RIVIERA STATE MADISON MONROE LIBERTY CAMEO DIXIE WEST END LAKE TIInTEHoTviNGr" lOAY ONLY 1 WED. MAR. 14 CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE Conplcl Shows at 3. S and P. M. W 7 il?m I f4A0Std& TODAY AT 11 fl E9 f U ft-wJ3L7 f Lrf I T Lsv lfc- wwjm mn m mm rt ria Vk ----- -r - ScJiutci RIVIERA STATE J madisou ncriROE H ITS f TODAY, Tyron POWER Maurttn OHARA 'THE BLACK SWAN" In Technicolor Edqar BERGEN ribbr McGEE "LOOK WHO'S LAUGHING" rfEHE Lcma James s John TURNER CRAIG HODIAX "MARRIAGE IS A PRIVATE AFFAIR" Sidnay (Charlie Chan) TOIXS "THE JADE MASK" William BENEDIX Dennis O'KEEFE "ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS" Gail RUSSELL Diana LYNN Our Hearts Were Young & Gay Paulette GODDARD "DRAMATIC SCHOOL" Red SKELTON Ana RUTHERFORD "WHISTLING IN DIXIE" Dennis MORGAN Eleanor PARKER "The Very Thought of You" Richard ARLEN Ellen DREW "THAT'S MY BABY" Micker ROONEY Lewis STONE "Andy Hardy's Double Life' Florence RICE Alan MARSHALL I "FOUR GIRLS IN WHITE" I Deanna DURBIN . .Robert PAIGE 1 "CANT HELP SINGING" 1 Gene AUTRY ' "THE BIG SHOW" - HI," " Edmund O'BRIEN leanne CRAIN "WINGED VICTORY" BiH ELLIOTT Georqe HAYES Illlf.lPClQEY MEETS HIS MATCH IN THAT SENSATIONAL NEW WOMAN... LAUREN She smolder's her way Z"' through Humphrey Bogart'fl . - !t- 1 latest picture like a f It cigarette In a sofal ( 1 I ( fW Wth Walter R m& km$k ;iARM,CHAEL Kings and Queens '3L-ut XjS V. V1Y1AM AUSTIN XX BILLY DUNN JUDY CLARK ( Xi$i - 1 MAJJE ROSENBLOOM WJlAi Oppnlnc times of main features Kant man S :00. PalacpH 12:S5, 3:5.1, 7:00, 10:0".., 12:40, 3:47. 6:.VI. 10:01. t rntury 1 :00. :0il, 7:00. 10:o0. Kegent 1:05, 4:00, 7:00. 10:00. Capitol 2:05, 6:00, 9:50. htrand 1 :00,' 3:50, 6:35, 9:30. Uttle 1:50, 3:45, 5:40, 7:55, 9:35. Ka'tman Philharmonic Orchestra under Sir Thomas Beecham. Lock's William Powell and Myrna Loy In "The Thin Man Goes Home" and Bot Crosy and Lvnsi Merrick in "Meet M133 Bobby Socks." l'alare Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall in "To Have and Have Not" and Vivian Austin and Billy Dunn in "Nifcht Club Girl." Ontury Ray Milland and Marjorif Reynolds in "Ministry of Fear" and reddle Bartholomew and James Lydon in "The Town Went Wild." Temple BHir Crosby and Betty Huttor in "Here Comes the Waves" and Robert Lowrey and i'hyllis Brooks in "JDanijerous FaKsaKe." Kruent Edward G. Robinson and Joan Bennett In "Woman In the Window" and Martha O'Driscoll mid Noah Beery Jr. in "Under Western Skies." Capitol Joan Fontaine and Arturo fle Cordova In " Frenchman's Creek" and Paul lAihum and Hcdy Lamarr In "Kxperimeiit 1'erllous." I.ittlr Robert Young, Dorothy McGulre and Ina Claire in "Claudia." Kitiera and State Tyrone Power and Maureen O'Hara in "Black Swan" and Fibber McGee and Molly and Bernen and McCarthy in "Look Who's LauKhinB." Cameo Luise Rainer and Paulette God-dard In "Dramatic School" and Red Skel-ton atui Ann RuUierford in "Whistling in Dixie. ,r Dixie Mickey Rooney and Esther Williams In "Andy Hardy's Double Life" and Florence Rice and Ann Rutherford in "Four Girls in White." Strand Lena Home and Bill Robinson In "Stormy Weather" and Dead Lnd Kids in "Bowery BIIUkrclK." Madiion and Monrite Lana Turner and John lioiliiik In "Marrlnce Is a Private Aflalr" and Hulney Toler and Mantan Moreland in "Jade Mask." Liberty William Bendlx and Dennis O'Keefe In "Abroad with Two Yanks" and Gail Russell and Diana Lynn in "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay." West Knd Dennis Morgan and Eleanor Parker in "Very Thought of You" and Ellen Drew and Richard Arlen in "That's My Baby." Temple (Fajrport) Edmond O'Brien and Jeanne Craln In "Winded Victory" and Bill Elliott and George Hayes In "Man trom Thunder River." Klalto (East Rochester) Deanna Dur-bln and Robert Paige in "Can't Help Kinging" and Gene Autry In "Big Show.' Lake Wrallace Beery and Binnie Barnes in "Barbary Coast Gent" and Ann Sothern and John Hodiak in "Maisie Goes to Reno." Arnett Dennis Morgan ' and Eleanor Parker in "Verv Thought of You" and James Dunn in "Leave It to the Irish." Webster Van Johnson and Spencer Tracy in "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" and Wallv Brown and Alan Carney in "Girl Rush." Murray Spencer Tracey and Van Johnson in "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo." Grand Hedv Lamarr and Paul Henried in "Conspirators" and Grace McDonald and David Bruce in "She a for Me." 20c To 3 P. M. "STORMY WEATHER" CALtOWAY HORNE ROBINSON EAST SIDE KIDS "BOWERY BLITZKRIEG" STAR'S SOX TKISONER New York UP) Victor Moore, stage and screen star, said yester day he had been informed by the War Department that his son. Pfc. Robert E. Moore, 22-year-old infantryman, was a prisoner of war in Germany. Extra Performance SATURDAY NIGHT THREE'S A FAMILY Hilsrious Isrce tfist rsn yesr in New York RESERVATIONS. MONROE 1028 ALL SEATS SI PLUS TAX t ir sis rjMir -'iisstisur r sQsQssaliElSeBssSsaSlSsssljl Sunday, Mar. 11, 8 P. M. Bausch & Lomb Mixed Chorus i . uitii me Civic Orchestra Guy Fraser Harrison, Conducting Unreserved: 60c Mezz. Res.: 90c (U. S. 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