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PAGE 30 HEDDA SAYS Warners Buy Big House Tale By IIEDDA HOPPER HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 23 Warners have bought Rob ert Lmder's "Rebel Without Cause." As the case history of a man in a Pennsylvania prison, the story was first written up in the American Medical Journal. Producer Jerry Wald read It. and Immediately put in his bid for the screen rights. Next day both Elmer Rice and Robert Sherwood wanted to buy the story for a play. The tale is told by a criminal while hypnotized by a powerful drug. Ironical as it may seem, he revealed he took to crime while seeking an affection he couldn't find. This is Jerry's answer to the question: Why can't we find better stories? . . . Joe Pasternak's next will be a musical "You Are Beautiful," for Metro. Already set for the cast are Jimmy Durante, Tom Drake, Rags Ragland. Studio tells me Drake was put in on the strength of his work in -The Green Years." -. . Instead of running for governor of Pennsylvania, Jimmy Stewart will play "Adam" to Ingrid Bergman's "Eve" in the Leo McCarey picture. Says Jimmy: "Wouldn't you know the first time I got a chance to play opposite Bergman I'd be the dumb guy and she'd have all the answers." At Louis B. Mayers party for Henry Ford II. I dined with Ginger Rogers, Jack Briggs, June Allyson and Dick PowelL We had so many laughs the host came over to see what all the fun was about. Carle-ton Palmer put on such a rave about Greer Garson that when dancing with him, I moved him up to Greer and said. "You take him he s no good to me." In return I got Sidney Kingsley . . . Mickey Rooney's mother tells me that Mickey Jr., now 7 months old, Pings, walks a little, tries to play the piano, and has four teeth with four more on the way. He also says "Mama, Papa," and other choice words. . . . At Santa Anita, Pan Herman workrd harder than he ever does at the studio. Eddie Mannix and I just bet on the wrong: horses and had more fun. Even when a banker friend bought me tickets. I couldn't win. From now on, I'm just going- to watch the ponies run and look at the crowd. Orson Wells' attempt to rewrite ths play which starred Ralph Morgan was a complete fiasco. It closed in Philadelphia. , . . Gracie Allen and George Burns crack out with an enormous party March 2. Then Gracie and I want to fly to New Orleans for the Mardi Gras. . . . H.G. Wells claims you'll have time, If you hurry, to see his film, "Dead of Night," before the entire human race is blacked out. The old showman never stops plugging. . . . Jo Schenck reports that Joe Kennedy's on the crest of the waves in Palm Beach, Fla. Well, he isn't doine; bad with his Merchandise Mart in Chicago. Everything- he touches turns to gold. Anent a story appearing In another column. Ed Emerson called to say he was with Jimmy Monaco when he died. 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Emerson said he wanted to keep the records straight because Monaco would not have appreciated being paraded as a pauper. Mark Daniels, out of the army and back at Metro, found himself a house. It hangs off the mountain top in Laurel canyon. But here's the catch: Mark has to take care of the owner's rfog and two cats. Dwight D. Wyman's daughter will marry Lt. Ray Trumpbore . . . Walter Hoving Is here from New York. He hopes to own J. W. Robinson's store by the time he leaves town. ... If Tony Martin doesn't land himself a new radio show soon, I miss my guess. He's got a voice to be reckoned with and a manner to match. . . . Cheeve Cowdin, vice president of Universal, might have had a very serious accident when he fell through a trap door on his property. After dropping 17 feet, he only broke an ankle. Young Star's First Book Best-Seller HOLLYWOOD With the announcement that the first printing of her book, "My Friend Nibbles," would exceed 50,000 copies, Eliza beth Taylor, young actress, joins a very select group of writers. In the past year, only a very few best sellers have passed that figure on the first printing. The publishers expect "My Friend Nibbles," both written and illustrated by Elizabeth, will be one of the biggest selling children's books in recent years. It deals with Elizabeth's experiences with her pet chipmunk. Long Contract HOLLYWOOD Bob Hope s new contract with Paramount, signed just before he starred in "Monsieur Beaucaire," will keep the comedy star at the studio until 1952. Adjustable STAINLESS STEEL FLEX-O-BAND I EXPANSION WATCH BAND Look at Ta)) Feefwee say wack aay wrt w laiy-aa, aaey ef la a pffy w Navar a lease, wave fa tfaa Saw Kaatweiat sraie4e steal U-Kt. GOLD PLATED m 3 De Luxe FLEX-O-VAND It mtalitt Did luuHnO kMt asr re So. OaAn qti fL PU. mm mm FWlVBa Ei mm Tact m t,-. j ciiki awe D'-.' HI ..-. i-s. j a a, caa. uw . , nmmmm. r .. .. r 4'" 1 Amy Fong Returns To Casino Stage Amy Fong. famous Chinese dis-rober, will make her first appearance at the Casino Theater in four years, opening a week's engagement with a midnight show tonight. Miss Fong. billed as "China's Most Beautiful Girl," was recently honorably discharged from the WACs with the rank of first lieutenant. She had seen service over two years, 11 months being on overseas duty. The Chinese star brings with her an imposing cast of burlesque headlincrs Including Harry J. Con-ley of Pittsburgh, a former radio, stage and screen comedian, and Mar-Shan, a Far East strip tease favorite who will be making her first appearance at the Casino. "Shanghai Fantasy" Is one of the most spectacular shows in burlesque this season and in addition to a large cast of principals, 22 girls In dance creations will also appear. All music used are special Chinese arrangements. Four vaudeville acts will also be presented. HOT RECORDS Only Hot Record Shop in Town Lomakin Music 440 Wood St. (2nd Floor) ATlantic 6344 Featuring the Greatest Hot Musicians of our Time SYRIA MOSQUE THIS TUIS. EVE.. FEB. It ft tn to fj.ftft. Altidr' (AT. 3783) ul Glrnbel't and Hnrne'i Balconies Bailv mm Dancins Ntey featuring: JESS AND HIS SAX! Delicious Bar-B-Q Sandwiches COVERT ill' ,f J J I p ffaTaBtjc jSSjrffi j.p.HABRisL.rct.z:. Sl.tfc St.. Dat... J Willi.m pem.r.,t "PARDON MY PAST" SEE SPECIAL AD Qj;H13JVAGE eCHATriD tBT Popnlar Demand' OLnHlUn 1 nrors Triumph I ukitv.vl i Ly:r; rponv.r "JESSE JAMES" "RETURN CF FRANK JAMES" With Cena Tierney-Henrjr Fonda i larerv ) Hiii-phbt n tintni !... "Mta u her oia East Uoerty i J" "f Tms "18.000,000 ORPHANS" TAMII Y I Ttemey-Com.l W'lds '" ,' "LK4VK HKR TO Fa Liberty Inhni color l-,n PjTii-Jik Hl PERRY ; '-6. whltt's Scaneali' PerrysTille Ave. 5 1al,.t ,,Btrt9rf DENIS Bcbt" HuttI,n"Jo'1 . V ' " " " "TOO VOT NQ Mt. Lebanon J TO KXQW" Lon ChuifT-M. O'Drinmll BEECHVIEW. "house f bracula- . . ' W. Ptriir-Aaits Li?e BeaehTlew "Fiihtint turdiatu" ' S AiiK r"i-Diis An4rw NORTHSIDE..; "FALLEN ANGEL" Thi Car.e..t ICE SKATING rraiest. 2:30 A i30 P- M X dS tr - f. EiOO' MID Jimmy Dunn When Acting HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 23 (UP) Jimmy Dunn, whose comeback performance as Johnny Nolan in "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn," won him high acclaim from film critics, has emerged as one of the top contenders for an Academy Award as the best supporting actor of 1945. Now fully recovered from seri-out illness which kept him out of film roles for nearly six months, the jovial Irishman expects to re sume his screen career again. Thousands of faithful fans set up a clamor for recognition of Dunn's superb performance in the "Tree.- Some said his portrayal of the chronic drunkard and his love and devotion for his screen daughter, Peggy Ann Garner, reached a greatness in realism seldom seen on the screen. Coincidentally, Dunn's greatest screen successes have been with juvenile actresses first Shirley Temple and now Miss Garner. Lucky Break Back in 1931, a stroke of luck put Jimmy, a young unknown, into the male lead of "Bad Girl." It made him a star overnight, and in the next four years he appeared in 20 pictures and became one of the most popular personalities on the screen. Probably his best remembered pic tures during those four years were the ones with Shirley Temple "Stand Up and Cheer," "Baby Take Fri.f Mar. 8, at 8:30 Syria Mosque PRINCESS IDA By Gilbert and Sullivan presented By THi PITTSBURGH SAVOYARDS FOR THE FIRST TIME TicktU: 90c. 1.20. 1.50, 1.80. 2.40 at rittsbirih SyakMy Btoth at Kaafnui'i. FIRST PERFORMANCE IX PITTSBURGH FEBRUARY 25 8:15 SYRIA MOSQUE 1ITTS1?UKG11 OPEIlA Richard K.rp. Momc.1 FIDE LI O BEETHOVEN'S with RECINA RESNIK, the "FIDELIO" of the Metropolitan PERFORMANCE OVER AT 10:45 P. M. Ticket 1.20 to 3.60 includes tax). Home's, Gimbel's, Volkwein's THE LITTLE RED DOOR FOOD AT ITS DEST FEATURING DINNER MUSIC "HOWDY" BAUM PIANO 21 Dclray St. Next ta Pitt Nat l Bank VERA LIEBAU'S TEEN-AGE DANCE CLUB EVERY 634 PENN AVE. INFORMATION WED. EYE. I F It ? CALL 8:30 Master of NIXON ONE WEEK BEG. TOMORROW NIGHT MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AMERICA'S MOST BELOVED COMEDY A 1 f mm MT m. -kdSf eaBBBWBBBB BBBBmBBaBl NIGHTS ORCH. $3.0O. BAL. $2.40, $1.80. 2ND BAL. $1.20. SAT. MAT. ORCH. $2.40. BAL. $2.40 A $1.80. 2ND BAL. $1.20. WED. MAT. ORCH. $1.80. BAL. $1.80 A $1.20. 2ND BAL. 90c. Tax Included. NIXON WEEK BEG. MON. MAR. 4 MAIL ORDERS NOW SEATS THURS. NEW YORK'S NO. I MUSICAL HIT! OLIVER SMITH and PAUL FEIGAY present Production directed by GEORGE ABBOTT Book and Lyrics by BETTY COMDEN Mvsic by LEONARD BERNSTEIN Dances by JEROME ROBBINS . Production designee! by OLIVER SMITH Costume by AlVIN COLT FTFS., ORCH.: St.20: BALC.r RJ.60. $3.00, S2.40; tni BALC; l.f0. fl.20. MAT. WED. SAT., ORCH.: S.0O; BALC: $3.00. K2.40, $1.KU; 2nd BALC: Sl.SV. PRICES INCLUDE TAX PLEASE tNLLUSE STAMPED SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE FOR RETURN OF TICKETS, OTHERWISE THEY WILL BE HELD AT BOX OFFICE k iDOW Z i PRESENTS 2 GREAT SHOWS NIGHTLY WITH CATHERINE BAH HEY DANCE TROUPE FEATURINB RACINE REICHARO -e ! GARY GRAY It ACE COMEDIAN CORNELL COOPER PGH'S FAVORITE SINGER DANCE MUSIC BY "PICCOLO PETE" 3802 FORBES ST SC. 6800 J M17D fHOa TOCJITft at His Best with Moppets a Bow and "Bright Eyes." But in the merger of 20th Century and Fox studios, late in 1935, Dunn became the forgotten man and found himself out of a job. In Stage Success After nine lean years of stage engagements, Dunn got one of the lead roles in the Broadway production of Panama Hattie." He played to capacity audiences for 87 weeks. Then he came back to Hollywood and made a test with Miss Garner for the difficult roles in the "Tree." Both got the jobs. Still as handsome as when he first became a star, and with the same infectious smile, Dunn looks little older than he did 10 years ago. He weighs the same 157 pounds. A native New Yorker, Dunn lives in Hollywood with his wife and mother. He is an expert aviator, with 750 flying hours to his credit. "MARS and SATURN" 4- The Mystery Worlds Plus RADAR IN ACTION X also Elaetrio Powir Show Z itt fNew Skv Show Ever Month) fr 'lltlll'IIIIHl!lflllllllllllilillilltlliliitlllllllllllilll I THE GLASS BAR RAKVEN LAKES ON S19 Btwen dridgtvill A Canonsburc " Fbrat VAN. 8e3-J-l ? I rrasant Nijhtly - JIMMY FOOTS & SPIGOT lilMintifitiitiiiiiiiiniiiitniiifi!iiiiitittMiiitiiiiinr Director (IN ENGLISH) Ceremonies AT. 2441 0 The) NEW YORK COMPANY Direct from Two Seasons on Broadway and ADOLPH GREEN RSIETZ M E T Z -tr e 4c THE H A S T H E S H 0 W s - AL NOBEL POPULAR VOCALIST we also HARRY J. (ONLEYI HA0IES j; HUSBANDS AAA Screen Return HOLLYWOOD Jean Rogers returns to the screen for a lead in "Hot Cargo," a Pine-Thomas action movie. She retired from the screen several years ago, shortly after she had been selected as one of the most promising actresses destined for stardom. m. lWWI UHbklWWm Dawatawa ittiaarafc 3 ONE NIGHT ONLY Saturday Night II II AD IIUXT SYRIA MOSQUE THIS SAT. EYE, BON COSSACKS $1.20. SLIP. Si 40. S3 00. 13 0 it SYRIA MOSQUE SATURDAY EYE, EZIO PINZA SYRIA MOSQUE WEDNESDAY EYE, MARCH 20 7ta May Bi(le Coictrt "MAnTilA" V0N flotows ItlHlllllH OPERA COMIQUE SI. 20, S1.80. S2.40, S3 09. S3 CO at alnsiecr'i (AT. S7S3. CieakaJs 4 Nstm's SYRIA MOSQUE SATURDAY EVE, HOROWITZ SI 20. SI 80. S2 40. S3 00. S3 60 at NORMANDY CLUB presents at THE GROTTO TUESDAY. FEB. S Tommy Carlyn Dancinr 8:30 P. M. Until I A. M. NEXT BIG ATTRACTION COMING TO THE Now! FRED MacHURRAY, I I i I l l I . f . . I Ism Ml 1 YOU'LL BE SORRY!! If You Half of the Seats Are Gone Now To Early Buyers B I I I I B I PLEASE DON'T WAIT NOW AT DOWNTOWN GARDENS . , . . SPECIAL ORDERSI Best Seats Available Now For Tnet Wtd Thur., Sun., Mon Prioes JI.25, $1.80, $2.50, THE GARDENS i 5ra ISM InHffl BEACOV (MnrraT at B-acon Laird Cregar in "Hangover Square. " Also D. O'Keefe in 'Brewster a Millions." CAROL (Broaghton. Pa.) Gene Kelly, P. Sinatra In "Anchors Awelgh." Selected Shorts. CEN'TCRT TAMILT (So. Side) J. Car-radine, Jean Parker in "Blue Beard." L. Oorcey in "Mr. Mugirs Rides Again." GERARD Wet View Rita Hayworth, D. Niven "Tonight and Every Night." Aiso "Falcon in San Francisco." GRANT (Millvale) Robt. Montgomery, John Wayne "They Were Expendable." Cartoon St News. HEIGHTS (CraUon Heights) Betty Orable, June Haver In "The Dolly Sisters " Selected Shorts. METROPOLITAN Bloomfield ) w W. Williams. Sally Eiler in "Out of the Night." Also "Danny Boy." OP WESTERN Independently ARCADE 'So. Side) Gene Tierney. Cornel Wilde In "Leave Her to Heaven." Also Selected Shorts. ARCADIA (No. Side) Betty Grable, June Haver in "Doily Sisters." Also B. KarlofT in "Body Snatchers." BRIGHTON (Na. Side) G. Cooper. M. Carroil In "Northwest Mounted Police." Also "The Three Caballeros." BRIGHTON (Bmihton) Abbott & Costello in "Hollywood. " Also Chester Morris in "Blackie s Rendezvous." CAPITOL (Allen town) P. AJtaire. L. Bremer in "Yolanda and The Thief" In Technicolor. Also March of Time. CHARTIERS (Craft on) Merle Oberon, Claude Rains In "This Love of Our." Also Selected Shorts. COLONY (West Park. MeKees Rocks) R. Lowery, J. Storev tn "The Road to Alcatrae." Also "Whiepering Skulls." COLONIAL (Sa. Side) Noah Beery Jr. Lois Colleen in "Crimson Canary. Also "Malzie Goes to Reno." DIXIE FAMILY (Carnegie) C. Boyer. L. Bacall In "Confidential Agent." Also "Docxs of New York." GARDEN (Ne. Sirle) R. Russell. L-Bowman In "She Wouldn't Bay Yes." Aiso "The Spider." GRAND (Haxelwaod) All star east "Frontier Feud." Also "Shadow of Terror " HAZEIWOOD (4lt Kecend Ave.) Robert Montgomery in "Thev Were Expendable." Also Selected shorts. HILLTOP (Alientnwn) Judy Canova In "Hit The Hay." Also "Ten Cents a Dance " HIPPODROME (Na. Side) Rot Rogers In "Don't Pence Me In." Also "China's Little Devils." MAIN (Sbarpsbarg) R. Walker. K. Wynn In "What Next Corporal Hargrove." Alio Selected Shorts. 23m Of WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA f-AJ THE PITTSBURGH PRESS. 3rd WEEK J FULTQTJ !8 PENH AVI. i TUESDAY, FES. 26 FRATVKIE BAR II i And Hit I4-Pct. Radio and Raoording Orchnira I NO ADVANCE IN PRICES ADMISSION 71c (ply tai) Check! FREE K- DANCING P. M. TO) 1 A. M. If MARCH 2 One Ni.trt Only (Net la Series) FAMOUS 31 "SINGING HORSEMEN" JAROFF CONDUCTOR iHqiin i. tog Wse St.. datel's a RsrM's MARCH I ITH MAY BEEGU CONCERT The Greatest Singing Aeter if Hit Generation" In a Full length RtcHaL SI 20 te S3 60. Afcustar't. Clakal t MarM't. MARCH 21 May Beagle Concert "NEAREST THIN TO MAGIC WHICH CAN BE PRODUCED ON THI KEYBOARD" Ai.W (AT. 37SJ), ClaiWI't A Rarai't Montgomery Ava. NORTH SIDE Brad Hunt Adm. 83s Par Parsea (Plat Tax) She's up to her lips in love again..! .siA- fi V "PARDON MY PAST" T I Don't HURRY! For - w I B I 121 STARTS TUES., MAR. FOR 7 Nites! I Sat. Mai. I Every Nlta 8i 15. Mat. Sat. 2: 15. BUY YOUR SEATS B TICKET OFFICE OR THE. ATTENTION TO MAIL Mar. 12-13-14 & 17-18 $3.00, $3.80, I no!. Tax 1 VEW ATI.A fNa. Rifle) Jos. Cotten. A. Kicnaras in Love Letters. A.o Selected Shorts. OAKS (Oakmont) Robt. Montgomery, "They Were Expendable." Aiso Selected Shorts. PARK (Greenfield) Geo. Raft In "Johnny Angel." Also Leon Errol In "Mama Loves Papa." SHEA'S ORPBTCM (MrKees Reeks) Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde in "Leave Her to Heaven" in Technicolor, STATE S3 Fifth Ave.) A. De Cordoba. D. Lamour in "M'dai for Benny." Also "Come Out Fighting." STATE (Aliquippa) Rnr Rogers in "Along The Navajo Trail." Also "Life with Blondie." PENNSYLVANIA Owned and O para tad MARYLAND . (Blawnax) Jennifer Jones In "Love Letters." Also Selected Shorts. NEW CARNEGIE (Carnegie) Phil Silvers, Evelyn Keyes In "1001 Nights." Also Selected Shorts. NEW GRANADA (Cptewn) Errol Fiynn. Alexia Smith in "San Antonio." Also "The Three Stooges." Selected Shorts. NEW GRAND (Carnegie) James Craig, Signe Hasso. "Dangerous Partners." Also Selected Shorts. OHIO (N. Side) Eddie Bracken, Veronica Lake in "Out of This World." Also "Song of The Sarong." PARAMOUNT (Na. Side) Abbott tt Costello "In Hollywood." Also "Wildfire." PARKWAY (West Park, MeKees Reeks) R. Walker, J. Porter In "What Next, Corporal Hargrove." Selected Shorts. RIALTO (Mt. Oliver) Ann Savage, Tom Neal in "Detour." Also "Club Havana." ROOSEVELT (IS!! Center Ave.) Joan Davis. Jack Haley in "George White Scandals." Also The Spider." ROXIAN 5I Chartiers Ave.) Jon Kail, Peg?y Ryan in "Men in Her I Diary Selected Shorts. iSEWICKLEY (Sewiekley) Merle Obe-! ron, Claude Rainea in "This Love ol I Ours " Also Selected Shorts, j STRAND (Sbarpsbarg) Joel MeCrea m ounsio Dili, Aiso Jonnny Mack Brown in "Frontier Feud." TEMPLE (SMS Chartiers Ave.) Robert Montgomery "They Were Expendable " Afso Selected Shorts. TRIANGLE East Liberty) Oane Kelly. Kathrm Oravson In "Anchors Aweigh." A .so "Calaboose." . 4. H V ft aaar. mm m f m : mm mm a. i.BBaaaarNal SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 145 of f mJ THor root I V alje. bere. tm-J T C M tmtt MA J vmnmj lavaWH.! k QgRGPAN I HOCKET HOMIHOl- ) Co Carfa mm wi la M-O-M's "U Married" Caawdy "theSbiforTafasAWfe' Start THUR. 6 ARLANQ 'THE HARVEY EIKU 2 SMASH HITS "DANGER SIGNAL" Willi FAYE EMERSON ZACHARY SCOTT UnCHTlOnfrew PRRRIBCt- CEBORAH KEt torkClub BARRY FITZGERALD HELD OVEtjfS WSBK 111 jr m niafiMAi l f7 V i iiieen seeeweBcrt if i S' "HOCKET Homnor l) Dfinev Cefr CarXtmm I SHERIDAN. ... 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