Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 4, 1960 · Page 28
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 28

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3320 N Co-iipbf 11 A* / OUR OWN sCAttoui SECOND WEEK! OPEN 12:30 P.M. .., /7* WHAT GOES Off WHCff THE ItHTS O wrr RANDALL TNBW RfntR ^·MMf AjfeA^sW UAAPn sitAi IA mt ic fe^pAtkr An AR"Wlp* rftOOUCflOn WCKHNK-HMCa MUI-MU HEAK A UNIVE*SAI-INTHMXTIOHM * EASTMAN COLOR - CINEMASCOPE N. Piirk MA J-ttSt NOW! Third Record Wc«k! Ope* at I:N P. M. "THE LOVERS" at I:*, I:M, M:M "THIS IEAUTIFUL JURE FILM IS THE OUTSTANDING ONE TO SEE!" --N*w Y»rkor "THE LOVERS k the picture about which Dorothy Kilgallee said in her "Voice of Broadway" column last summer: "ALL THE AMERICAN TOURISTS IN PARIS THIS SUMMER ARE FLOCKING TO SEE "LES AMANTS" ("Th« Lovers") BECAUSE THEY KNOW THEY WILL NEVER BE ABLE TO SEE IT IN THE UNITED STATES." After the Supreme CoOrt Decision hi favor of "Lady Chatterley's Uver" *e ~~ ..Picture "THE LOVERS" was admitted i · I o Hie United Stale*. THIS IS THE COMPLETE ORIGINAL UNCUT FRENCH VERSION EXACTLY AS SHOWN IN PARIS. IT WILL NOT IE SHOWN IN ANY OTHER TUCSON AREA THEATRE. !a*^ DOLORES HART Not a business woman It Wasn't In The Cards Do you read Molly Mayf ield? EXPLOSIVE FUSION! BOLD SEX! EARTHY EMMON MAMLON ANNA JOANNE BRANDO MAGNANI WOODWARD Tonnouot Williomi' HURRY LAST FEW DAYS OPEN 11:M P.M. DAILY mum* WCIOKY jew CO-FEATURE Set the Crackdown « Crimedon's Mort DeiMNy FfeMk! THE PUSHER Introducinc Kathy Carlyle HOLLYWOOrV-TM--If Dolores Hart gets si"'-, 'ias an anniversary, celebrates * birthd.-/ or becomes a bride, whatever you do don't send her a greeting card! The youthful actress is up to her dimples in cards. And all because she is, by her own admrsison, "the world's worst' businesswoman." Some CS.OM get-well, happy birthday, Christmas, friendship, th=l3k yos, Mother's Day -fi] congratulatory cards are all in? remain of Dolores' hopes of becoming a greeting card tycoon ^-female division. "It sounded like a good idea «rf first," the Mrawberry Monde Mid. "For a while my partner and I made money, too. Then I went to New York for a year to star in 'The Pleasure of His Company,' and when I returned to Hollywood debts had piled up and I bought out my partner." Dolores drew the funny little figures that adorned the humorous "sweetheart cards." "Then I'd sit up nights trying to think up funny captions. I even threw parties so my friends could help me write lines 'or the cards. My troubles stemmed front an o)d business axiom-'expand to meet dr and.' "I expanded too much before there was a demand." Some of the cards are stored in the basement of my apartment," said Dolores, who currently k starring in Allied Artists' "The Plunderers." "But the rest are stacked everywhere I took." The pert newcomer takes every opportunity to send greeting cards to friends. "My friends and relatives get sick when they see an envelope with my name on it. They know it means theyHI be getting another card," she laughe*."" "The trouble is when I send them to people who don't know about my cards they send one in return. And if there's anything I don't need it'* more greeting cards." 22nd St. DRIVE-IN THEATRE JERRY LEWfe m ACADEMY AWARD WINNERt CH/WLTON HESTI THE COUNTRY «*C«OKY JEAN gum. PECK SIMMONS IVES C*»W)Ll. t«.,T...,,e BAKER CHARLES BKKFORD SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1940 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN PAGE 29

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