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Cos Anaclcs Stmcs THURSDAY, JULY. 23, 1942 'Miniver Acclaimed as; War flevelaftori v JY EDWIX SCHALLERT What havens behind the lines last who fi takn by death in his In war?, "What ,1s woman's part I hour of triumph. The grande In the war? - . ; - ' . These questions are vitally ai swered in "Mrs. Miniver," which was' given its- premier e-jone of the few gala affairs during these tempest-driven times at Carthay Circle Theater. With the showing offered for charity objectives connected with war.- theproduction, had special import at its opening. And it held one of the most representative first-night audiences seen in many a. day spellbound through-outthe 'screening. ; . APPROVAlGIVB3T - Undoubtedly through their rapt silence, their frequent laughter in trie earlier portion of the pictures, their occasional bursts of applause ''and later their tears, this public conferred its intense approval on the studio organization, Metro Goldwyn - Mayer, which sportsored "Mrs. Miniver," as well as..on,theJ producer, Sid dame of the community has made' a great sacrifice so that he may r be . successful.: Hers . is a splendid compensation, therefore psychologically. She, too, Is the one who jendures a great blow in the death of her young granddaughter. ' ' ' - Such, indeed, , are the ways of war. -Nothing happens to the in dividual according to any set pro gram, death .'$eeks out his par ticulai choice according- to bis unique pian. inemgner justice is not always , understandable, but all the more on that account does it bear deep' analyzing. IX HALL OF FAME "Mrs. Miniver," therefore, Is many- things blended into one amazingly fine, sincere and meritorious picture probably the mo s t meritorious thus .: far to have been inspired through the present conflict. It takes Its place with the great pictures. It ex presses singular', and without ney FranKlin us director, wit-; forcing tnis on you, tne woman's liam Wyler; and the cast headed j viewpoint. You see; men in action briefly, and never in actu- hy Greer Garson, "Walter Hdgeon, Teresa Wright and Dame May Whitty. .AH are bound to receive wide spread recognition and the Initial audience, made up to a large ex tent of motion-picture people and military, undoubtedly crystallized this probable great approbation to come. "Mrs. Miniver" does and will merit all the commendations it evokes, for it is indeed a distinguished accomplishment: Truly this is a humanized account of an English family caught in the tornados of battle. It typifies the British spirit under he stress that has prevailed ever since he dread days of 1910. Particularly does it concentrate on happenings during the period of relentless raids by the Nazis, revealing their effect upon the men and women of a countryside al battle. The film is a valuable contribution toward arousingjhe spirit of courage. It is undoubtedly one of the best in this respect for a public on the home front. It will find its plaudits among men as well as with women. One could go on endlessly about the high worth of performances, extol the direction of William Wyler for its nuance and polish, the producing of Sidney b ranklin. I recall only one scene that seemed out of key and that was. when Mrs. Miniver emotion ally held to her bosom the dying or dead Carol Beldon. It did not seem like Mrs. Miniver to grab to herself in that fashion a girl who had been wounded unto death. She was otherwise too in telligent to become that theatri ft 1 - f. , ' I . ri l ' 1 I .4 PMHtii) I I ' I 1 rtT v P sJFL Jf EVENT LURES FILM, MILITARY NOTABLES BY MAXIXE BARTLETT PREMIERE GUESTS Director Mitchell Leisen and Claud-ette Colbert are shown entering the Carthay Circle Theater together for the showing of "Mrs. Miniver." Holly wood glamour and the military mixed at the event. "AftG! .S0!"1' flaw I find in a. otherwise per- but anything but that when the attack; of the enemy m progress.'; V ji v' . REAL TERROR Pertinent indeed are those scenes which show what hap pens during a bombing. For here the real terror, and impact of. what happens is distilled into a visual reality through the simplest means. Scarcely a single explosion do you witness with the eye, but you are conscious of the terrific destructive power of the blasts through their effect upon a small group of people huddled together in an air-raid shelter that rocks to the thunderous reverberations. I Nothing could more tellingly re veal the horror of modern warfare.', nor the courage, that peo ple can summon under its dread pressure, than this remarkable episode. All of "Mrs. Miniver" is like that. Its power is through sug gestion. Its drama is conveyed with that fascination which Is inherent in a narrative told through induction, rather than obviously. The heroine of the picture's title has a direct encounter with the war. in a great series of scenes when she discovers an escaped German aviator on her property. In a sequence of great intensity he forces her to har bor him and supply him with food at' the point of an automatic.. Because he is wounded he' eventually faints, and Mrs. Miniver has her opportunity to turn him over to the military, but it is a harrowing experience. UXU8UAL SCEXE v A great touch is contributed to these scenes when the husband, returned from taking part in the rescue at Dunkirk-, says to her words to this effect: 'And then I think of you here in peaceful England far away from the war." The ..wife says not a word; he learns what happened to her only through a chance remark of a servant.! ; 1 : Again and again does "Mrs Miniver? deal in such, deviously clever expedients in' relating its deeply, moving story. Tragedy for instance, doe-s not beset the family In the. way -that you think it will through the death of the boy, but through that of his spir itual young wife, who is killed during an air raid. Such are the peculiarities of fate during war Again it is the villager who wins the prize for a rose at long fected production, j -.- : 'Of course, it is Greer Garson as the title character who triumphs. She, more than almost any other actress,' is capable of investing a portrayal with befitting dignity, rare wholesomeness and well- judged feeling. She registers every reaction with astonishing power during the encounter with the Nazi soldier an episode that is enormously demanding. You can well believe that she is actually going through the whole critical situation. The lightness she conjures in the earlier portion of the film is also something to marvel at. It is a perfect exampling of the feminine viewpoint, and it is remarkable how she makes the transition to the gallant woman under the strain of the war. Her eyes speak meanings fully when she realizes the danger to her son. v LOVELY TERESA Teresa Wright is the acme of loveliness as she figures in the idealistic romance with Richard Ney. She is a rare sustaining influence in the picture, supremely sensitive and even, it might be said, angelic in the most acceptable sense of that word. Dame May Whitty is perfectly chosen as a type for her delineation of the crusty dowager who dominates the village flower snows and who alwavs insists on winning a prize for her roses. She has the vigor that goes with a strong Jineage. . Of course this has been overlooking one of the main forces in the film who is that through the splendid simplicity of his work-namely Walter" Pidgeon, in the role of Oliver Miniver. He is like a pillar to the structure of the plot in the strength of his personality. Richard Ney is an ingratiating young man who plays the son who marries Miss Wright. Henry Wilcoxon has a big opportunity in speaking the epilogue, which makes for a potent message. He is the vicar. : Henry Travers is well cast, and able. The comedy of the children en acted by Cristopher Severn and Clare Sandars is a dclitrht. the boy being particularly good. For a nme incy steal tne mm irom everybody. Reginald Owen, as the senior air warden; Brenda Robes and Helmut Dantine in his remarkable work as the fu gitive German flyer are among various others to be warmly recognized. The screen play was skillfully written by Arthur Wimperis, George Froeschel, James Hilton and Claudine West. The book by Jan Struther suggested the pro duction. I WW. - ,h Vt:; H i. : "i Timet photo STAR Greer Garson, who heads "Miniver" cast, won the plaudits of the . crowd last night ,when she . appeared at the premiere. Battle Feature Screens Today at Four Star Adventure on the sea and in the air is dramatized in "Ships With Wings," opening today at the Four. Star Theater. Stars are John Clements and Leslie Banks, with Jane Baxter and Ann Todd providing the romantic interest. "Ships With Wings" is a story of the Battle of the Mediterranean, with most of the action taking place aboard the ill-fated aircraft carrier Ark Royal. Michael Balcon produced, while Roy Kelllno did the "on-the-spot" photography. Also screening is "Food, Weap on of Conquest." 'Later June Announced BY JOHX L. SCOTT Claire Windsor, silent screen star, who has done considerable stage work, will return to Los Angeles footlights in a new com edy drama, "A Later June," which wm Degin a weens en gagement at the Assistance League Playhouse Monday night, Aug. 20. The play was written by Ray mond Gross and will be produced by Robert J. Oakley. Miss Windsor is to portray a member of the upper Fifth Ave. set. Martin Lamont is directing the piece, v which- is r tentatively booked at the Blackstone Theater in Chicago, pending the outcome of the engagement in Hollywood. Army Show Here According to advices from New York, "This Is the Army," the sensational service production, will play in Los Angeles, follow ing showings in Washington, D.C.; Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Detroit. This Is the musical- which Is setting all kinds of records in its Broadway run. Irving Berlin wrote the show, which is presented by noncommissioned officers.- Ezra Stone plays one of the leads. 7 . ;- "This Is the Army" will prob ably, earn a minimum of $2,000,-000, , according to expert "estimates. This sum r Includes the film -rights, for which Warners paid $250,000. Weekly intake in Manhattan is $.17,000. Baseball Play Howard Lang, producer of "Good Night Ladies," which is cleaning up In 'Chicago, has a new one called "The Sun Field," dealing with baseball. Heywood Broun's novel serves as a basis for the production, with Milton Lazarus making a few changes in the story. Finding a leading lady is Lang's task right now. Production is planned for early September, with a New York run following West Coast engagements. The sky-searching lights of for mer days were missing at the Carthay Circle Theater last night. but there was" light enough for the crowd of fans to see the beau tifully gowned women and the men in evening dress or trim uni forms as they filed past the guard of honor which lined the forecourt for the premiere of "Mrs, Miniver." Inside, the war influence was apparent also as the color guard from Ft. MacArthur marched up the center aisle to the stage. After the ceremony Capt. Floyd Snow- den introduced Claudette Colbert, one of the leaders in the work of the Voluntary Army Canteen Service, sponsor of the evening performance. ' , f GENERAL PRESENT Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Mayer entertained Gen. and Mrs. Max well Murray; Angus : Malcolm, first assistant secretary of the British Embassy in Washington; Greer Garson, who wore an elabo rate, classically draped gown of soft gray; Margaret Sullavan, Ice land Hay ward, Lieut.; James Stewart and Mr., and Mrs. Allan Scott. After the performance the group attended Mrs. Miniver night at a Hollywood cafe where proceeds of the evening were also donated to the V.A.C.S. Ihe general did not make a grand entrance down the espla nade to the theater but instead chose a side door. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetz entertained with dinner in their home for Mr. and Mr3. Jack Ben ny, Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone Power (Annabella.) Cesar Romero and Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn LeRoy. Mrs. Goetz wore a gown of blue souffle which provided a beautiful background for her Ceylon sapphire necklace. NOTABLE GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fonda and Mr. and Mrs. Jo Swerllng were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Hathaway, dining at the Hathaway home before the picture. Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Wood hosted Dr. and Mrs. Chester Bauers, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Estle and Mrs. Bradner W. Lee Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bellamy, Mr. and Mrs. Fredric March and Mr. and Mrs. John Cromwell made up a party; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hall, Mr. and Mrs. WTalter Wanger (Joan Bennett,) Sir Charles and Lady Mendl and Charles Spencer Chaplin attended in a group, going afterward to the Troc. Mrs. Edwin Knopf, president of the V.A.C.S., entertained Col. W. W. Hicks, commandant at Ft. MacArthur, and Mrs. Hicks with dinner in the Knopf home before the picture. 1 Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bowman included Anita Louise and Buddy Adler. Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz attended with Bonita Granville and Jackie Cooper. Miss Ball wore an Empire model of white crepe printed with purple sprays, and a white fox stole. A spray of purple heather lay in her high-piled hair. Miss Granville wore.a full-skirted frock of black taffeta, its puffed pockets trimmed with black velvet and tiny, gleaming black beads. FAMILY TARTY The Nigel Bruce party was a family affair and included Mrs. Bruce and daughters Pauline and Jennifer. Others walking past the uniformed .. guard , included Messrs. and Mmes. Basil Rath-bone, Mickey Rooney, George Murphy, James Cagney, Van Heflin, Cecil B. DeMille. Ian Hunter, Joseph Nolan, Charles Boyer, Gilbert Adrian (Janet Gaynor,) Edward Arnold and Herbert Marshall, Verree Teas-dale and Adolphe Menjou, Heath er Angel, Irene Hervey and Allan Jones, the Ronald Colmans, Hal Roach, and Mary Pickford. Also present were Linda Dar nell, Henry King, Norma Shear er, Betty Grable and George Raft, Patricia Monson, Jane Withers, Helene Reynolds, Cobina Wright Jr., Ginny Simms and William Hawks. This premiere outgrossed that accorded "Gone With the Wind" by $1000, it was r announced.. There was no free list last night. TODAY'S SHOWS ON THE SCREEN "MRS. MINIVER" at Loew's State, Chinese, United Art- : ists, Fox Wilshire and Carthay Circle. "WINGS FOR THE EAGLE" ;. at , Warners Hollywood and Downtown. "LADY IN A JAM" at Paramount Hollywood and Downtown. "EAGLE SQUADRON" and "FRISCO GAL" at Pantages and Hillstreet. "RAVAGED EARTH" at Esquire and Grand. "FRIENDLY ENEMIES" and "THIS IS BLITZ" at the Four Star. "ORDER FROM TOKYO" and "OUR RUSSIAN FRONT" at the Hawaii. OX THE STAGE ' "BLACKOUTS OF 1942" at El Capitan. 'THE DRUNKARD" at the Theatre Mart. VN.T.G. REVUE" at the Florentine Gardens. "SHE LOST IT IN CAM-PECHE" at Musart. "STAR-SPANGLED GLAMOUR" (second edition,) at Earl Carroll's. "YALE PUPPETEERS" and "H I G H TIME" at Turnabout. - . Comedy to Hold Over Paramount Hollywood and Downtown theaters are holding over for a second week the comedy, "Lady in a Jam." starring Irene Dunne. In addition, the Downtown Theater is holding Dorothy Lamour s jungle opus, "Beyond the Blue Horizon" miss Dunne provides many laughs m ' Lady in a Jam," which is the story of a millionairess who is so balmy that her guardians call in a psychoanalyst to discov er why she is throwing her money away. But the mind-doc tor, played by; Patric Knowles, finds his patient so auuring he courts instead of curing her. Ralph Bellamy, celebrated for his screen roles as the fellow who never gets the; girl, woos the daffy heroine. PART I. FONDA Oie of the 9 HEAT STitS Flu 44 bmu ptrsoaaiities ia Martial Music Robert Armbruster, Hollywood composer, is working on a symphonic arrangement of martial music which will be played at U.S.O. centers.' WilternVA WltiMr It WMttrn BIO SHOT . They All KilMd the Bride BEVERLY f.lj, PRIVATE 1 ' 1 1 hiiii HAH MM Wllthlre oubftanuu GEORGE RAFT PAT O'BRIEN BROADWAY 4050 W. Pico ins ninunn They All Kissed Bride Huntington Pk. How at Pee. LA. 0944 lUgBiar WCBI fiARY COOPER JOAN LESLIE IT SERGEANT YORK ForafA;855. FINDERS AT THE WINDOW ANTONWAMROOK DANIEUI DARRIIUX - A GREAT IOVI .,M betwm c ruts OUR RUSSIAN sLi FRONT Him mnam One of Ihe 9 GREAT STARS v Plnj 44 fimoM perstulittet ia Jap Atrocities Seen in Film , How Jap officers practice swordsmanship on living men is reported graphically in "Ravaged Earth,'" film of Japanese atrocities showing at the Esquire and Grand theaters. ft. &&t Itomorrow j iey .fVtvV Actor ' to Host Film Notables at Play Opening Sidney Melton, star of "Naughty Naughty," musical revue opening tonight at the Beaux Arts Theater, will be host to a number, of celebrities. The reservation list indicates a good representation of the mo tion-picture colony, according to Producer Betty Hillerich. Charlotte Henry, in addition to her regular part in the revue, will do her "Alice in Wonderland" characterization. Don Lynn, dancer, Is an eleventh hour addition to the show, as are Selma Bello and Joy Williams. ( ROGERS OrmIIii 9CIEAT STAIS PllS 44 fiBOIS pertmtiliei ia 1 IMYVG3D BOWL SumofuruM. Hndak tha. StcJ. LA. PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA Limited capacity buy tickatt early 7)45 TONIGHT SIR THOS. BEECHAM conductor Dilius-Biztt and Biithovin 55e, 85c, $1.10, $1.65 (ton Inc.) oil eots rei. 7:45 Tomorrow & Friday Nights JAN KIEPURA tenor soloist FREDERICK ZWEIQ, conductor 85c, $1,10, $1.65, $2.20 (rax Int.) oil teat fti. Ballet Russe DE MONTE CARLO COMPANY OF 100 WITH LA. Philharmonic Oreh. 6 NightS-July 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, Aug. I 85c, $1.10, $1.65, $2.20, $2.75 (fax inc.; all Mart rei. TICKETS OMSAU MO NcXIYIWOD BOW. 0f Kf NaSJ'tO.CAl.!f HUSK CO. 737 V. HIU.TU.II44 AMO MIMUT4ML ACO MOliYWOoo torn is ototi A.iouns CULTUKAl ASSffS j I WW cm BUY UNITED STATES I0NDS AND STAMPS Cbeatets Spoken Drama 0 ( ( 0 ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( 0 0 0 0 0 ALTO PL.J3(I4 Heap thi Wild Wind Larchniont SHIP AHOY tli. 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