The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on January 14, 1933 · Page 6
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'' '*'" 1 ^ i '-* ^ f *' '• 1 *' '" '"'" ' ! ' G THE BAKERSFIELD CAL1FORNIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1933 .L ItDdncM STARS IN "SON-DAUGHTER" ]k-lcn Hayes. Bunion Xovurro Co-Slurred; Splendid Supporting Ciisl "The Son-DfiugVitcr," colorful druma of Snn Francisco Chinatown, with Helen Hnyes nnd Ramon Novarro In the principal roles. Is the talkie attraction opening tomorrow at the Fox theater. The picture, a dramatic romance of the struggle of Chinese revolutionists and royalists In America, Is based on the veil-known David Belasco stage hit In which Lenoro Ulrlc created one of her most successful roles. The plot of "Tho Son-Daughter" deals with a Chinese girl, In lovo with n Chinese prince who Is In America incognito. As a result of political Intrigue, she la auctioned Into marrlngo in order to raise funds for tho Chinese revolution. Royalist spies learn of the proceedings, nnd the highbinder to •whom the girl is sold Ullls her father end wounds her lover. She, however, proves herself more than a match for the plotters, and an Ingenious twist in the drama enables her to slay the highbinder and to rescue the prince. lh the end, they make their escape together to China. The picture marks the first screen appearance of Miss Hayes since she •was awarded the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' honor for the best performances of an actress during the past year. A distinguished . supporting cast includes Lewis Stone, Warner Oland, Ralph Morgan, Louise Closser Hale and H. B. Warner. ; Lesser roles are filled ,by Frederick | Butt, Edward McWade, William Burress. Dell Henderson and Sumner Getchell. The film was directed by Clarence Brown, who -was responsible | for many of Grota Garbo's hits, and j whose last production was the Craw- ! ford-Gable co-starring success, "Letty Lynton." A special two-reel subject on* "Technocracy" holds a prominent place In the program. This entertaining and educational film is one of the treats of the season. It contains a. full explanation of what Technocarcy is, and how It works. Edwina Booth 111 and Condition Grave fAttoriated Prr.rs Letttei Wire) HOLLYWOOD, Jar,. 14.—Suffering from the effects of a tropical fever she contracted In Africa while filming the motion picture "Trader Horn," Edwina Booth, the woman star W the film, was reported today in a serious condition. The actress' mother, Mrs. James Woodruff, said her daughter Is nervously and physically exhausted. RAMON NOVARRO AND HELEN HAYES LUBITSCH FARCE BOOKED AT REX "Trouble in Paradise" Will Be Sunday Attraction; Strong Cast lirast Lubltsch's "Trouble in Para- disc," which is said to establish an entirely new technique for motion pictures, has been booked for the Rex theater on Sunday and Monday. Miriam Hopkins, Kay Francis, Herbert Marshall, Charlie Ruggles and Edward Everett Horton play leading roles in the picture, a witty farce adapted from the play by Laszlo Adalar, Viennese playwright. With easy good humor, the picture first shows the establishment of busl-. ness, social and emotional rapport between Miss Hopkins and Marsha)!, two super-super crooks who prey in suave fashion upon European sorl- ety. Then It follows them through their most exciting adventure—the bamboozling of Miss Francis, svelte Frenchwoman, who possesses more money than the Bank of France. It Is In this adventure that Marshall is almost tempted to turn from paths of wickedness Into respectability, for his victim displays charms to which he Is easily susceptible. The struggle between Miss Hopkins, on the one hand, and Miss Francis, on the other, for his affection, leads to a highly amusing climax. KERN—1200 K. G—Blng Crosby, ..Chesterfield. li:15—Ed C. Hill. 0:30—Smith Ballew's orchestra. 7—Charles Carllle. 7:15—Columbia Public Affairs. 7:46—Gertrude Nlesen. 8—Guy Lombardo, Royal Canadians. 8:30—Harold Btern and his orchestra. 9—Joe Haymes' orchestra. 9:30—Ted Florlto's orchestra. 10—All request hour. 10:40—Ted Florlto's orchestra. 11—Studio program. PAUL MUNI 11 BE SEENSUNDAY Comes lo Cttliiorniu Screen in Exciting Hole of Escuped Convict "I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang,'.' a Warner Bros, picture star- Hug Paul Muni, which opens at the California theater tomorrow, In .a strikingly picturesque and realistic plcturlzatlon of a well-bred man's er- perlencfis (IB a convict on a chain ganff with alt the attendant tin-Ills of two escnpOH In which the prisoner Is pursued by armed posses nnd "bloodhounds. Not only Is It said to carry more thrilling and sensational episodes than most screen dramas, but It presents a triple romance of strange and Rlam- orous loven. The picture Is based on the novel by Robert 13. Burns which caused HO much comment recently, because- of the Incredible rnveliUlons of chain Rang prison life. Glendn Fnrrpll, who nindo sucli a hit In "T«lfe Begins," plsiys the role of the woman who betrays Burns, while Helen Vlnson Is his real love, Preston Foster, TCdward ,T. McNamara, Sheila Terry, Allen Jenkins nnd Dnvlrt. Tinti- dau head a supportlnK cast which IB one of .the largest ever seen on tho screen. . jCloslncf today nre "Air Mall," featuring Ralph Bellamy, Pat O'Brien, Gloria Stuart and a hie cast: and "The Man Fi-om Arizona," starring Rex •Bell. Famous Meglin Kiddies 285.5 M.—KNX—1050 K. 0—News. C:1G—Bill, lino and Jimmy. 6:30—Si and Elmer. ti:46—Currier's Serenaders. 7—Frank Watanabe and tho Archie. 7:16—Guardsmen, male quartet. 7:30—Kate Smith. 7:40—Marion Mansfield and Sing- Ing Strings. 8—-KNX varieties. 9—News. 9:ir>—Happy Chappies. 9:30—Viennese Nights. 10—Dunce bund and Marlon Mansfield. 10:30—Sol Hoopll. 11 to 12 midnight—New Paris Inn. 333.1 M.—KHJ—900 K. 6—CBS programs to 6:30. 6:30—Studio program. 7—Street Singer. 7:15—Jimmy Blttlck's orchestra. 7:30—Chandu, the Magician. 7:45—CBS programs to 9. •J—Ray tpnlge's orchestra. 9:30—Stanley Smith's orchestra. 10—News Items. 10:10—Ted Flo-RHo's orchestra. 11— Dancing With tho Stars. 12 to 1 a. m.—Marshall Grant, organ. MATURE BILL FOR RIALTO SUNDAY "Divorce in tho FaTnlly" and "The Cabin in the Cotton" are scheduled for the double bill tomorrow and Monday at the Rlalto theater. The former Is a drama of divorce and Its effect upon children of disrupted families and wrecked homes, with Jackie Cooper, diminutive hero of "The Champ" and "Sklppy" in the central role. In the second feature Bette Davis and Dorothy Jordan are the two principal feminine roles, with Richard Barthelmess starring. The romance In this story Is set against a background of cotton fields where the planter, the sharecropper, the negro nnd the "poor white" work out their lives and destinies. The program also Includes news, comedy and^ novelties. .» • » i. LILLIAN HARVEY ON WAY NEW YORK, Jan. 14. (U. P.)—Lillian Harvey, diminutive English motion picture .actress, was here today en route to Hollywood, where her first picture will bo "Her Majesty's Car," in which she will co-star with John Boles. Miss Harvey Is .only 5 feet 1 inch tall and weighs 100 pounds. COMING TO NIUE SUNDAY, ZANE GREY ROMANCE BOOKED AT GRANADA 4 STMP o,f• dqsert territory,on the border line between Utah and Arizona, penetrated by hardly a score 'of persons In the 'past 20 years,: came to life again when the movie troupe film- Ing Zane.Grey's '"Heritage of the Des^ ert," action romance of the west, which comes to the Granada theater tomorrow, Monday and Tuesday In a double feature with "Okay America," starring SIDNEY FOX IN "AFRAID TO TALK" •» Back again In the second of his sue. cessful Monogram -westerns, Bob Steele, western star, scores another of his notable triumphs In "Young Blood," Intriguing tale of frontier days, which comes to the Virginia theater tomorrow and Monday. Steele, who numbers among his successes such pictures as "Hidden Valley," "The Man From Hell's Edges," "Son of Oklahoma," "Law of • the West," "Riders of the Desert" and many others, Is fast assuming a place as one of the most popular of western | stars. The supporting cast Includes such I gifted players as pretty Helen Foster? who will bo remembered for her roles in "Gold Diggers of Broadway," "So Long Letty" and "Sweet Sixteen," Neoma Judge, Minnesota society girl who recently made her screen debut in* "The Man From, Arizona." and Charles King, Harry Sem'els, Hank Bell, Art Mix, Henry Roquemore, Lafe McKee and Perry Murdoch. "AFRAID TO TALK" is the screen •t". version of the sensational Broadway play, '.'Merry Go Round," which was such strong meat that in spite of the sell-outs It had a hard time keeping its theater license., Sidney Fox, Eric Linden and Louis Calhern head the large cast which Includes Joyce Compton, King Baggot, George Meeker, Matt McHugh, Robert Warwick, Berton Churchill and -many others, appearing at -the Nile tomorrow. On the same program Fatty Arbuckle, after an absence of 12 years, appears in a howling comedy titled "Hey, Pop!" together with a review and a. Universal new reel. —the 25 Studios In Southern California—All Types of Dancing Authorized FANCHON-MARCO System Afford your child this opportunity. New classes now forming. Professional classes for high school and college students. 468.5 M.—KFI—640 K. 5—NBC-KOO nrograms to 8:45. 8:45—"Buddies" male quartet. 9—Jay Wlilddon's orchestra. !):30—Associated Spotlight. 11 to 12 midnight—Phil Harris orchestra. Bakersfield Hotel Padre Phone 5602-J PANAMA DANCE Revelers' Orchestra—Best in Kern County Good Dance Rhythm Prize Waltz Elimination Contest Starts Tonight and Ends Saturday, January 28 Ladies Always Free Cents 55c Fine Maple Floor—Dancing 9:30 Till 1:30 BILL POWERS, Floor Manager TO APPEAR AT FOX Joe Camp!, cclebrat'ed escape artist who spent many years with the late I Houdlnl, will appear on the Fox stage I ul all performances today, making j ."nvornl escapes from straightjackets, 'handcuffs, nailed boxes In' record- breaking time. Campl will also make two escapes from a straightjacket while hanging by his heels from the dome of the theater. Tho first of these escapes will take place at 2 p. m. and tho next at 7. Starts Tomorrow BEARDSLEY DANCE PAVILION OPENS TONIGHT (Under New Management) Modern and Old-Fashioned Dancing 9 to 1 Adults, 40c; Children Under 12, Free Victor McLaglen Is Now U. S. Citizen lAaaoclatufl 1'rfan Leased Wire) LOS ANniSr.ES, Jan. 11.— Victor McLuglen, tlio niun of hard-boiled demeanor on tho scroon, today with 15C other aliens took Um oath of American I'lti/cnshlp In the Federal Court here. Tho actor renounced allegiance to King Gcurgn V uf Kngland and said thut whiln In 1 fought four years for Knglumt in the World AVur ho was glad to be an American now. PUWIIIIil IIIIIIBIIIIIBII1IIBIIIIII DANCE TONIGHT [ at Canaday's Pavilion I I 1 Good Music—Good Floor A Good Place lo Meet Tour Friends Admission 25c L. A. CONTRACT AWARDED AVASTHNGTON, Jan. H. (13. P.)— I'lio-troastiry today awarded a contract to clear tho T-os Aiigi'U-s, Calif., post office and courthouse ullo for $8200 to tho Cleveland Wrecking Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. The company has 110 days to cumplrtc tin- wurk. _ Ronald Colman Kay Francis In "CYNARA" season' dramatic sensation I \TAIK From the Broadway Stage Hit, "Merry Go Round," by George Sklar Old Time and Modern Dancing Every Saturday Night Rainbow Garden Where They All Go Just for Fun BIO FREE LUNCH FROM 11 to 12 Cash Prizes on Spot Dance Permanent Wave Given Away Every Saturday Night WILSON'S HARMONY BAND Admission Price Reduced to 40c No Tax PHILLIPS MUSIC COMPANY . Now Carries SHEET MUSIC « it's S.creen Dynamite! with ERIC LINDEN SIDNEY FOX AISO The Screen's Funniest Man FATTY ARBUCKLE "HEY, POP!" News—Review OPEN 12-11 P. M. REX Any Seat t» 5 ». •. 15c 300 Seats, Any Time.. .15c ^Starting Tomorrow One Modern Paradise One Adam One Apple Two Eves. that makes two hours of love and laughter I OLUIITSCH'S IROUBlf IN PARADISE ~M M UI* M HOPKINS vrMANCIS HERIEMT MARSHALL LAST TIMES TODAY TWO' BIG FEATURES "My Wife's Family" and "The Fighting Gentleman' A110 Sport SlanU, Cartoon, News VIRGINIA Continuous 12 m. to 11 p. m.' 30.0 SEATS— Any Time. 15e Sunday and Monday Casino Night Club Cafe Dining and Dancing Every Night Steak and Italian Dinners A la Carte Service - 75c Make Your Reservations Early by Phoning 5812 GUS MARCHAND AND HIS MERRYMAKERS 4 Miles South on Union Avenue THE PLACE FOR REAL ENTERTAINMENT HARROWING '-" THRILLS IN > HORXMANSHIP/ AlR!MCMRPro4uc*lM ' DlncM by PHIL *OSCN Pickf or d's Funeral Is Set for Monday (Associated Preit Leaied Wire) HOLLYWOOD,. Jan. 14.—Funeral services 'will bo held Monday In Glendale for -Jack. Plckford, : lato film actor and brother'of Mary Plckford, It was announced here today. He died In Paris, and the body Is duo to reach here Monday morning. Services will be private?- Pallbearers will be those close ' to him In life, Douglas Fairbanks, Tom f Oeraghty, "Al Kaufman, Norman Kerry, Eddie Dillon and Malcolm -Walte. all of -the film colony, . Lew Ayres,' Maureen O'Hulllvan, Alloii Dlnehart and star cast. For "Heritage of tho Desert,'.' wow- ever,'the villain and hero were beautifully matched. , llandplph Scott, the hero, Is 6 ,feet, 2 Inches, ana.weighs 190. He Is -a'"former Georgia' Tech football star. The.vlllaln Is Gulnn "Bte Boy" Williams,: who Iff also « feet /I," and/who weighs 200-pounds. Both men are skillful boxers, and have competed '. as amateur heavyweights. 'Both havo wrestling experience. 'Both'-were all-around (athleUB at college, and, both keep In condition with tho same exercises, chiefly riding and .polo. Williams Is not the principal villain In "Heritage of the Desert/' David Landau having that sinister honor. But ho has an Important role, even- as second-string villain. MARY GARDEN, VAUDEVILLE NEW YORK, Jan. 14. (A. P.)A- Mary Garden, star ofrthe former Chicago Civic Opera, has signed a contract to appear In "4-a-day" vaudeville on the Loew circuit. She will sing classic folk songs. MCTUM* CT TRIUMPH ofTRKMCRS Also • Laura) and Hardy Comedy, a Nick Harris Detective Story, Fox Newt and Crazy Kat Cartoon. TODAY ONLY MARLENE DIETRICH In "SHANGHAI EXPRESS" • Comedy, Cartoon and Novelties La Granada Ballroom Dance Tonight Quinn Johnson's Orchestra Offers Some New Novelties 8:30 to 12, Wednesday and Saturday • OLD-TIMERS' N(GHT , Starts Friday, January 20 Pop Weaber, Caller and -Master of Ceremonies Ladles Free to 9, After ». 15c FOX THKAI III) CONTINUOUS, 2)30 TO 11:00 STARTING TOMORROW! TWO BELOVED STARS IN THEIR MOST STIRRING PERFORMANCES! LEWIS STONE H.B.WARNER WARNER OLAN SOLD TO TOE HIGHEST BIDDER TO SAVE HER COUNTRY! LAUREL and HARDY in THEIR LATEST AND FUNNIEST SCREAMIE "THEIR FIRST MISTAKE" 'TECHNOCRACY" . SEE ITI LEARN ABOUT ITT IN THIS STARTLING TWO-REEL SUBJECT 1 JOE CAMPI m Jrt&. GAPING FROM HANOOUFFO. 8TKAIOHTJACXCT8. » 0 XE8 IN RECORD-BREAKING TIME. ftsJSWll m* ;:AinoirxiA STARTS TOMORROW— EVERY ANGUISHED, BLOOD-STAINED WORD IS "AIR MAIL" Ralph Bellamy "MAN FROM ARIZONA" Rex Bell RIALTO S TO < P. M., I9ti AFTER f, I5f, 25e Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Ctntlnuout, Saturday, Sunday, I U 11 TWO FEATURES Richard Barthelmess In "The Cabin in the Cotton" With Dorothy Jordan and Bette Davle—Also "Divorce in the Family" With Jackie Cooper, Conrad Naael, . Lewis Stone and Lois Wilson •News and'Cartoon LAST TIMES TODAY Tom Tyler In "The^Forty-nihers" No. 8, "The Last'.Frontier" 6 RAN AD 618 Kentucky Street Talfclne Pltturii Evtry Day A ANY SEAT. ANY TIME, 1pC Children Always 10c Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Continuous Sat., Sun., 1 to 11 ' TWO FEATURES , Lew Ayres in "Okay America" With Maureen O'Sulllvan, Alfen • Dlnehart and Star Cast—Also ZANE GREY'S "Heritage of the Desert" With Randolph Scott, Sally BUM and J. Farrell MacDonald • News. Comedy, Cartoon LAST TIMES TODAY Two Big Features "The Phantom President" and "Hidden Valley",

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