The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on February 11, 1933 · Page 6
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THE BAKERSFJELD CALIFORNIA**,. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY.11, 1933 EwDoncM Amusement Ginem "LUXURY LINER" FEAlUfAlFOX Drainu of Ocetin Voyugers Is Depicted in Thrilling Murititne Story "Ijuxury bluer," film which relate* Hie drama In the lives of tho passengers aboard a magnificent ocean llnor during six days of it.v voyage from K.urope to America, opens Its showing at the l<Y>x theater tomorrow. Uriirge lirent, Zltii Johunn, Vlvlenne Osburne, Allen \Vhlte, Verree Teasdale, ('. Aubrey Smith and Frank Mor- k'nii head the "piisst-nger list" In the film. Brent IN caul as a physician who Nivures himself the poslllnn of ship's iloi-tor for th« voyage so that he may attempt to effect a reconciliation with his wife. Miss Johann plays the rolo of :i nurse, his assistant, whoso kindness )II-IIIH him to fornet his own troubles when lie is called, time after lime, to ;i(liiili>i.*ler to liilinu pallenlH. So freiiuenl are the calls that he Is nnnlili' to c'Htch more than an occa- Ninnal i;liniT>s<' of his wife. Those glimpse. 1 -, liowever, are enouRh to make him ciiiestliin the vi.hu> "f his former urii'f, and in drive her to desperate measures whleh vitally affect the lives of vveryiiiie on tin- vessel. Her ultimate step Is une whlo.h leaves the iloi'inr mid Iho nurse free to stralgh- ien nut their own tangled lives to«.-,her. A v-iirlii-famous financier: a suo- (•••ssi'ul npi-ra .singer; n girl traveling .-•i"erape. but usiiiK her charms to get herself up to first eabin: an elevator operator who puses as an officer be- !'mv li.'ipiiiif tflrl passengers; and a •lyinK innlber trav»llng to New York fur one last reunion with her son, are among the other Important characters. Tuday ih the last day to see Mickey and Minnie. Mouse In person on the I'ux theater .stage. Mickey has i>roui?hl his praiiB with him, Including llnrseenllar (tir ol' riag) and Clnrl- belle fth' contented cow). Don't fall 10 see this unusual treat, Mickey and Minnie and their friends in the flesh T'nnnler than they ever were on tho talking screen. Mickey has brought with him one of his latest pictures, a i-ttrtuon which will be shown at every .show. The feature attraction IN Zone iJrey's latest western, "The Mysterious Rider." This picture contains everything essential to a great western picture. See one of Zane Grey's incomparable stories unreel Itself before your eyes Just as he wrote It. "The Mysterious Rider" Is played by a great cast. It closes ltd run at the Kox tonight. FEATURED AT FOX THEATER fe4< ; \/* A ZITA JOHANN AND QEORQE BRENT IN "LUXURY LINER COMING TO CALIFORNIA Joel McCrea and Marian Marsh In "Sport Parade" will be seen in con- Junction with "Daring Daughters," featuring Joan Marsh, starting Sunday. RODZINSKI, U. S. CITIZEN L.OS ANGEL.ES, Feb. II. (A. P.)— Arthur Rodzlnskl, conductor of tho Ijos Angeles Symphony and native of Toland, became an American citizen j today upon receipt of final naturalization papers. *•-•-« FLEET STAYS IN WEST "WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (U. P.) — Admiral William V. Pratt, chief of naval operations, announced today that "In tho Interests of economy," HhlpK of the Atlantic fleet would remain on tiie west oonm until April 1. INNOCENCE TRIUMPHANT GREENSBUttG, Pa., Feb. 11. (A. P.) Pete Albert, of Jeannette, Pa., was acquitted of a charge of stealing $1.60 from tile Caplan Iron and Steel Company. Costs of $9!l.lO were placed on Westmoreland county. ; WOMAN BURNS TO DEATH j MONTICKI^o, Ind., Feb. 11 (A. P.) | Sitting helpless In a chair, Robert Cochran, 84-year-old Invalid, saw his wife burn to death today In their home before hln frantic cries for help brought neighbors to the ptceno. BOOKED FOR REX Jack Holt Starrer! in New Columbia Film; Tom Mix Featured Jack Holt hn« lilo Imnd.s full warding off the liot-chu iittnnllons o'f two of Hollywood's most, attractive vamps with Nora Lnnn In (lie cast of "ThtH .Sporting ABC," Holt'a Tatest Columbia uk-tiire, coming Sunday to the .Rex (hunter. Mls,s l/ane, whoso brunotlp beauty will be romembered from "Dnnce Team," "DlBorderly Conduct," "Rain nr Shine" and ."onio thirty other prominent pictures In thr last two yearn, matches her wits with Ruth \VHKton In stoking Holt's favor. Mlaa WeHton has been imder contract to UKO for three years. Neither one of those undeniably attractive young women stand.s a chance with Molt, though, because he la much too Interested In Kvalyn Knapp, who plays the part of hlH daughter and pal, and much too wrapped up In his polo playing to succumb to the Bleek allure cif mere, women. Hardle Albright, Walter Hymn, J. Farrell MacDonald and Shirley Pn liner comprise an excellent supporting ca»t.. "This Sporting Age" glvew Holt n. role that fits his real character bet-^ ter than any he haw ever played—a sportsman and a thoroughbred. A.. P. Erlckson and Andrew Bennluon co- directed. "Hidden Gold," featuring Tom Mix, IB also featured on the double program for Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. SEEN AT NILE INA CLAIRE STARS ON RIALTO Ina Claire has the role of a girl with the disrobing complex In Samuel Goldwyn's version of last season's big New York comedy .stage hit. "The Greeks Had a Word for Them." opening a three-day run at the Rialto theater Sunday. As the leader of three "gold-digging" musketeers In this concoction of mad mirth from tho witty pen of Zoe Atkins, Miss Claire is ably supported by Madge Evans and Joan Blondell. The story concerns the escapades of this trio who are the best of friends until a millionaire looms on the horizon. Then u mad scramble results. Iiowcll Sherman both directs and plays one of the leading male roles. The cast also Includes David Manners and Phillips Smalley. "The Greeks Had a Word for Them" is Ina Claire's first United Artists starring Him. On the same bill Is Tom Tyler In "A Rider of the Plains" and a Laurel- Hardy comedy, "Scram." SLIM SUMMERVILLE VERREE TEASDALE T HIS cast of "They Just Had to Got Married," the hilarious farce comedy opening at the Nile theater tomorrow, Includes a number of well- •tnown comedians with Slim Summer- illo and Zasu Pitts heading the list, tnd Roland Young, Henry Armctta, ''IfI D'Orsay, Vivian Oakland, Verreo 'easdale In supporting roles. "They Just Had to Get Married" uns the whole gamut of comedy, from ilting .satire to riotous farce, with a ust pace which adds much to .the «est of the picture. Phe short subjects on the same program include a Tom Howard comedy, <osko liuneylune cartoon, a Booth rarkington short and tho Universal icwsreel. SPECIAL NOTICE! Redlick's Remodeling Interior of Their Store All Departments Are Being Put Into New Locations «, At the close of business today, a force of men, operating under the direction of Contractors Hugo Wecler and L. II. Moon, assisted by the store force, are engaged in relocating all the departments of the store. The entire main floor will be devoted to the sale of men's, women's and children's ready to wear apparel of all kinds, including women's dresses, wraps, millinery, lingerie, hosiery, shoes, etc. All the silks, dress goods, and domestics, draperies, beddings, notions, patterns, etc, now on the main floor will be transferred to the Basement; the housewares also remaining in the Basement. The second floor salesroom will be entirely vacated and in due time will be utilized for other lines. The departments will be somewhat upset for a few days during the process of rearranging the stocks, but there will be no in-- terruption in business in any department while the change is going on. We hope all our patrons will realize that our force is working under a handicap during this period of reconstruction, and will overlook any fault in the service for the lime being. . BakcrsfieW, California, February 11, 1933. Tho foreign atmosphere of holiday gayety and beauty that makes Agua Callente comparable only to Europe's Deauvllle,, Is brought to the screen In "Fast Companions," stirring story of a race-track jockey and his regenerative ragamuffin pal, which opens Sunday at the Virginia theater. A production staff of 75 people was sent to Callento from Hollywood for an entire week. The winter racing season- was In full swing, and scenes of the Agua Callente Handicap, the "world's richest race" were photographed, The. huge, rambling Callente Hotel and Its Mexican patio are In "Past Companions." And what Is more, the Interior of the world-renowned gambling roornw, where thousands of dollars change, hands every night, has been photographed for films for the first time. Young Tom Brown heads the cast including James Oleason, Maureen O'Sulllvan, Andy Devlne, Mickey Rooney. On the same bill Is Rex Bell In "The Man Prom Arizona." , Christie Concern in Bankruptcy Court (United l'rcK« LeateA Wire) IjOS ANaiStiES, Feb. 11. — The Christie Film Company, pioneer comedy production firm of Hollywood, which recently filed a voluntary bankruptcy petition, listed debts of $530,478.71 and assets ofi $568,076.01 In a schedule filed in Federal Court today. Of the assets, however, J562.804.12 •were listed as debts due the company on open accounts. Charles H. Christie Is president of the concern. Last Day—Jim Tully's "LAUGHTER IN HELL" Gloria Stuart, Pat O'Brien ALL COMEM SHOW! ^SSfe m ITARTf TOMORROW 3:00 p. m. JUITA W TWEET! TWEET/ America's N«w Sweethearts... in a rollicking riotous rumpus! TOM HOWARD Comedy with FIFI D'ORSAY Roland YOUNG UNIVERSAL PICTURE Booth Tarklngton NEWS Miss Saylor's Chocolates, 50c to $3.00 CANDY As Sweet as the Sentiment of St. Valentine's Day It's a wise man who chooses candy to convey his valentine message. Attractively boxed In HEART-SHAPED containers—it's sure to win your darling's approval. Kimball & Stone Th« Particular DruCffjiitt Ption* S3 Phon« 54 PROMPT FREE DELIVERY Calif. .ft* PLAY GOLF ALTA VISTA PRACTICE COURSE Open Beginning Saturday, February 11, 1933 Phillips Music Co. •.(!.•, Sheet Music *< Publishers' Prices La Granada Dance Tonight High Class Entertainment by the La Granada Ballroom Orchestra Dancing Starts 8:30 Wednesday and Saturday Ladles Free Till 9, After 9,1So CONTINUOUS 2:30 TO 11:00 FOX I III Aim 300 SEATS 2le LAST DAY ON STAGE -AND- Mickcy and Minnie Mouse IN PERSON STARTS SUNDAY IjjilXt/iLY jjiXEIL IKE'NT ZITA JDNANN y —Tried by Danger 1 —Tempted by Lust f —Tripped by Murder —Driven by Storm! You'll live a lifetime with the Sexes at Sea. EXTRA ADDED DELIGHT! LAUREL HARDY "TOWED IN A HOLE" Also SCREEN SOUVENIR SCREEN SONQ FOX MOVIETONE NEWS AIJHHtMA CONTINUOUS FROM 130 TO II P. M. 15c—300 GoodlSeats—15c ENDS TONIGHT "MASK OF FU MANCHU" AND "MIDNIGHT WARNING" SUNDAY! Two Big Features First Time in Bakersfleld SPORT PARADE With Joel McCrea Marian Marsh A romtntlt thrill- iwktd ittlin srssie AND— "Daring Daughters" With Joan Marsh RIALTO i TO 8 P. M.. 150; AFTER 6. lie. J5< Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Contlnutui, Today and Sunday, I tt 11 Two Big Features Ina Claire, Joan Blondell, Madge Evans, Lowell Sherman, David Manners, in "The Greeks Had a Word for Them" Hilarious Story of 3 Gold Dinners From the Famous Stage Success and TOM TYLER In "A Rider of the Plains" Laurel and Hardy In "SCRAM" News and Cartoon LAST TIMES TODAY Double Bill: "Thirteen Women" and "The Wyoming Whirlwind" LAST TIMES TODAY The Thriller of the Skies ii AIR MAIL' Starting Tomorrow TWO BIG FEATURES JACK 5 MOLT and Addedl "Campus Spirit*" and News ••I V/IX 6OID VIRGINIA OPEN 12-11 P. M.—15o ANY TIME Sunday and Monday MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN Tom Brown, James Qleason In "Fast Companions" Thrilling Story of Callente Days Youth, Speed, Sport, Sensation 1 A Universal Feature Comedy, News, Cartoon - TODAY ONLY REX BELL Favorite We»tern Star, In "The Man From Arizona" Hair-Raising Thrills, Hair-Trigger Action Come and Enjoy a Good Night of Dancing at PANAMA TONIGHT Featuring the Revelers' Dance Band—None Better in Kern County The Big Horse Race Tonight—Girl Jockeys With Cap and 811k Shirts—Six Real Jockeys Prises: $5 Permanent Wave; Five-Pound Box of Candy and Two Ringside Seats to Next Wednesday's Wrestling Matches Dancing, 9:30,TIII 1:30—Admission, 55c; Ladles FREE Always a Sociable Crowd BILL POWERS, Floor Manager DANCE TONIGHT Beardsley PAVILION Modern and Old-Fashioned Dancing 9:00 to 1:00 Good Music . Good Floor Admission 40c ' Old Time and Modern Dancing Every Saturday Night Rainbow Garden Where They All Qo Juit for Fun BIG FREE LUNCH From 11 to 2 Cash Prizes and Spot Dance Permanent Wave Given Away Every Saturday Night WILSON'S HARMONY BAND Admission, 40c—No Tax !iir,Hi!ii»i;i*ii*i»i»»ii*iai*i!»! DANCE TONIGHT at Canaday's Pavilion Enter Our Orchestra-Naming Contest—Secure Rules at Hall. Grand Cash Prite and Four Other Lesser Prizes—Contest Closet March 1. Good Music—Good Floor. Admission 25c l* j - .•'*---*.-*-•- • •

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