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o Ten Amusements THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1946 ENTIRE HEW SHOW! Tom Barrett & Company and the Grand Revue Reserve Now for New Year's Eve YiJ. V-u" Mixjn wn.yj KLUJ vi J&L unrig, urn 'mtMPOnn tmn. AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS OKI!! Hf IRVING D IIP CI ICC" BINC CROSBY ".MS BERLIN'S DLUC jMCj FAEO ASTAIRE i I 4 A m m mm mm m t I i iyyvwu inrniitfizuvi fid w nr U u PLUS SECOND BIG HIT! 2Y'' PliUNSMM AND THE IADY Slirrlnf waiitM vera ELLIOTT RALSTON PATRICK SCHILDKRAUl A Republic Picture "LM-J.rUH.'il MOMRMaaJ 1 a m LAmUm urn X RMtElim NITS! GARY . JEAN COOPER " ARTHUR PLAINSMAN' DOROTHY BAY LAMOUR MIILANS "JUNGLE PRINCESS! J I ! AftDRU KILLERS ,1 mumr LANCASTER fMI rtWMMtM "VMM MJ ALLS TON BRIGHTON Capilol ,l Circle 4010 55; (art CaoRer-lllll falmef R. Renell-A. ttn "C10AK I Dinll." "HUt KINNY" , T Cn M 0 Orl.Mll j. Paiktr-R. MeydeaV CRIMINAL tOUHt" "ROLIING HOME'' ALLSTONHYDE PARK Hlklnn T EAIAMOUNT Mr 1234 AlliiOIl 4410 7:45 1J06 0 Wlt Brennaa-Jeaa Crala HematiMy Rogart "Heaie la Indiana" solar "THI BIO SLI IP" Via. llalM-Ftrft tm Franm Langtnrtf "It I'M lltk" "BAMBOO BLONDE" ARLINGTON WALTH AM CAPITOL $6 Ef.'CASSY H. inttrt-Kirr larall G(. Toklai "THE BIC SLftf "Ca'lant B'" "MP.0O BIOKDE" Warnf Badcr Waf. "II0T0HI0US'' "Crlma Or.'i Manhant" BRIGHTON NEWTON EGYPTIAN ?gj Paramount S3 loktl Vaaai-D. MrCalrt H. Borart l aor Barall "CLAUDIA 4 DAVID" "THE BIG SLEEP" "BLACK BEAUTY" Condanca Moara TKaft. "BI6 BLEEP" 'tarl Carrall Statalilwofc' CAMBRIDGE CCNTRAL Cant. HARVARD 14' tie 7900 1-11 KIR. 466 7:45 M. BoaafMaafM Baaall Elya Kavai-tarry Parki "THE BIS SLEEP" "RiR'aatfat" (Incnlar) Cliaa Fari-Janal Blair Allrwl ratt-Janat Blair "6ALH2T OURIHi' . "Tart Span" CHELSEA tVoTp1 "GALLANT BESS"Tffta Plat: "CRIME DOCTOR'S MAN HUNT" Mystery Thriller Opens at Met Tomorrow "The Verdict, mystery thriller, iLorre and Joan Lorring, will have starring Sydney GreenstPeet, Peter Jits local premiere on the new AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS Metropolitan Theatre bill opening tomorrow. "The Verdict," based on the novel by Isreal Zangwill, is a suspense- laden drama dealing with Scotland Yard's breathtaking search for f elusive murderer. Cathy O'Donnell Believed, at 14, She'd Be a Movie Star, and She Is By MARJORY ADAMS . tdreaming that what happened thousand girls in Boston are Cathy O'Donnell will happen them some day. rim on wJS LaJSTu8r,'i ::: xU: , ja' Trfiffn tViM Amtlttm mjih aC Bam fl - viii i v vuilliy JO 1 1 VI OBll HIIIB Williams who also govt you "Ltovi Her To Heaven" tomes this story of a woman whose beauty was as strong js sin and twice as deadly I HUNT STROMBERG araiaatt HEDY LAMARR i Brl 3T Wait II mi ran m" M0M't Mammoth Muilcal of Jorom Ksrn'i III Story IN TECHNICOLOR and JUNI AUYSON lUaUI BREMER JUDY OAKLAND KATHRYN ORAYSON VAN HEPUN UNA HORN! VAN JOHNSON ANGELA LANSBURY TONY MARTIN VIRGINIA O'BRIEN DINAH SHORI ROBIRT WAIKIR (ll$td elphoMtalty) When Cathy was 14 and she saw "A Star Is Born" in her native Oklahoma City she first knew she was going to be a movie star. But nobody else believed her. Cathy is 5 feet 4 inches tall: she STJU has brown eyes and just ordinary brown hair. She isn't even pretty, at least by Lana Turner standards. But she's sweet and clever and has a collection of features that a movie ageftt in Schwc.b's druC store picked s ' Cathy's best friend in HollvuonH where she went to live with an aunt and try to get a iob in films, was Clarisse Townsend. "She is beautiful." says the lovl Cathy. "She has long raven N-'; hair and a beautiful figure, and the I bys "always whistled at her when I lira m-ilkaJ iL. l . m c ivoin uuwii uie biieei. iney never whistled at me." "siivdiing to the two girls as thev sinned ice cream sodas at Schwab's (that's where Lana Turner was discovered ariv Held 'y inner young actresses). J - -1 ainy was sure it was Clarisse whom he was interested. 5 ClMfWtif, itMlfr." 9 30. 1J iO. ha The M LikrT. Sfwai il km. h " took To.- ' N 1 urn J3 nnrt M ORIENTAL 1:4 7:45 BlU. 1200 HE. 1861 OLYtoPiA BROADWAY Rmalln4 Ran I M "SISTER KENNY" Toai Caaway ri:ailktL COURT" BROADWAY Monday, CHE. ?770 rf-wian-R. Drnnln' "RLfK BEAUTY" I f '.tivr.a Dll-B. McLar . "Kyit'rlaai IntraHar" FREE TURKEY NIGHT DORCHESTER WOLLASTON STRAP? ?3S "Ca lanl B i" (C lor) Marshall Thnmp'M (itnrci Tahlai a "Maa Iwm Mnrwra" Wollasen WJ5 Crv rranl tn,t Rrnmaii 'Piotorious" "MARCH Of TIME" l-ll0lflR GEORGE SANDERS LOUIS HAYWARD with HIIURT BROOKE GENE 10CKHART JUNE STOREY RHYS WILLIAMS ptoJutadky JACK CHERTOK ' Oiracltd by EDGAR ULMEX Straaaalay by HERI MEADOW Sous' an tha nova) "Ihi Slronja Wamon" ir IEN AMES WILLIAMS' Ralaaml Km UNITED ARTISTS Oban: B 2ND BIG HIT IV I M. k it Door. ( IN J W 1 Orph.um 9.15 'SECRET OF THE WHISTLER' - Stat 1 1:15 Richard Dix Leslie Brooka SUBURBAN THEATRE PROGRAM JAMAICA PLAIN JAMAICA EGLESTON H..7.ry "THE. BIG SLEEP" "mm blonde" Laaran Baeall Ranall Wada MATTAPAN ' "..'."II Thcmp'.ai-Gca. Tnblai orilliiiT nrprn M a In UMLLRHI uCud Taehnlcolor Jamai Mauin-Phyllli Calart "THE Y WERE SISTERS" NATICK COLONIAL i:458 NATICK 1700 "ANEEL ON MY SHOULDER" , "SPOOK BUSTERS" Bowary Baya NEEDHAMWEST NEWTON NEE. 1820 Paramount Uoei Uauifnn LAS 5S40 clIM'Tve Always Loved You" c "CracH-Up" Rat O Brl.a Clalra Trrvor ROSLINDALE K35 RIALTO & BELLEVUE H.:;ry "big sleep", vssi "EARL CARROLL SKETCHBOOK" ROXBURY DORCHESTER FRANKLIN 130-7:45 CODMAN Joio 30-7:45. laeiTiKlay Raullnl Rattan Tan Caaway "CRIMINAL COURT TAL. 5900 "SISTER KENNY" "Sir ICI HC Eb4i Te4ay IIDU1UC TAL 6000 ILLUtl 13-6:45-8l5Wr nHITia Cant. 12:30 Derelay Rakart an Ira Taint CLAUDIA DAVID "BLACK BEAUTY" Kaanan Wynn-Ann Mlllrr THRILL Or BRAZIL Dan Darvaa "BLACK ANGEL" IBERTY MbSE Clnaer Raaart Nialni Wanaarfal Tint' Mlckrl Chtalia "Saacttyef tha Rota" MORTON lBV.50T;7ai? Hamnhray Bagart laaran Barall "THE BIG SLEEP" 4 "WILD BEAUTY" GLOBE ADVTS. PAY BEST RIVOLI Wtilnxdat, RIYOLI -V3 In Calor! "GALLANT BESS" Warner BaxtiT "Crlma Dr.'i Manhant' "THE KILLERS" ROXIE Rd'allni Rauall "SISTER KENNY" "BLACK ANGEL" Pan Daryta-Palar lerra WARREN !!3V7:4,75 If. Johnwn-Karnan Wnn "NO LEAVE. NO LOVE" Ann lallrayi "STEP BY STfP" SOMERVILLE IZ Capitcl 7:44,' Ball Sq. S.7.?r THE BIG SLEEP" "FREDDIE STEPS OUT" CAPITOL: FREE TURKEYS TONIGHT Laaran Baeall Jana Prelsur Central SOM. 7610 Gee. Raft-An Gardner "WHISTLE STOP" lean Errotl-J. Kirk wood "Jo Palooka, Champ" 1:45 C4.J SOM 7:45 tfliailU 0830 lose Itarbl (Colar) "Holiday In Mexico" Paal Kelly-A. Gwynna "Tha Glasi Alibi" II Id lhlj-l...'IIHIW FRCDRIC MARCH-JOAN BENNETT "TRADE WINDS" J ITU aw IWValilinMr" CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND Notre Dame Billy Gilbert Dianey Atlanta Fire Waahington AT 3 THEATRES; IMfc GODDARD f 1 rnrrt rTTwr - "aP a a d aaa aaaa-aaaaaa aav mm srris ARTIE 5HAWW& BAND JJZf!!tiP ARLINGTON CHARI.ESTOWN REGENT "BECAUSE OF HIM" ' Oeanna Oarhln-F. Tone "AVALANCHE" . Rriu Cahol -r THOMPSON SQ. Gena Tlerney-Car. Wild "Leave Her lo I'eaven" In Colnr At-o "Tralhc In Crime" BACK RAY LEXINGTON LEXINGTON LEX. 061 B narhara Slaewyth . Van HrRIn "STRANGE LOVEI OF MARTHA IVERS" Fhnrl Siihirr.li ! MAIDEN Van lahntan NO LEAVF. NO LOVF" "DANGEROUS MONEY" "San Valley Serenade" Son la Henir-John Payne "Tha Unwary" Grarae Rafl.W. Beary BELMONT STRAND Bel. 1706 Jai. Cralg-Balcli Jenkini In "Boyi Ranch" Tarn Drake-Dnnna Read 'Faithful In My fathlnn- GLOBE ADVTS PAY BRAIN) REE SO. WEYMOUTH c"i7 wl!: "Centennial Summer" crr "It Shouldn't Happen I ' "Shadowi Over to a Dog" Chinatown" BROOKLINE CANTON BROOKLINE Cont. i r. M. Van lohnion ' "NO LEAVE, NO LOVE" "Truth A boat Merrier" STRAND co659 Van Johnion "NO LEAVE. NO LOVE" "Belnw the Oanrfllna" BROOKLINE COOLIDCE CORNER Cont. (mm 1 P. M. & "THE KILLERS" Staru ' Paul Muni In Wed. "ANGEL ON MY SHOULDER" CAMBRIDGE Jana Haver-Vlv. Blaine "THREE LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE" Alio "SHADOWED" Wm. Gargan--"MURDER IN MUSIC HALL" Gena Aatry "MELODY TRAIL" :-ii'iJiaj;,j...i NO MINIMUM BEFORE 9 P. M. COVER CHARGE SHOWS , Real Name Ann Steely But it was little Cathy the girl the bovs didn't whistle at 'flBen Medford said. "I know you can iue an actress, i nave faith in you." i "O. but I am an actress." quickly interpolated Cathy. "I Was Juliet when the University of Oklahoma put on 'Romeo and Juliet.'" And the amazing thing is that she did become an actress, is under contract to Samuel Goldwyn. is featured along with Fredric March, Dana Andrews. Mvrna Ixv and Har. oia missel 1 in "The Best Years Our Lives." and arrived in Boston t U .. 1 . i . i . H uy Jifiiic .vcairrnny lo DP interviewed. The picture starts next week at thr Esquire Theatre on Huntington sv. Cathy O'Donnell Isn't her real name Cathy was her idea, while Mr- Goldwyn chose O'Donnell. She likes it better than her own name, Ann Steely, however. Cathy never forgot a scene In "A Star Is Born." when a studio casting director told Janet Gaynor that 10.000 girls were interviewed every year and that of jthese 10,000 only one reached stardom. "Maybe I am that girl," said Janet wistfully on the screen. And Cathy sat in the audience whispering "Maybe I am that girl." But who would believe that shy little Ann Steely, who was scared of strangers, would ever become an actress? And who would believe that it could happen after two day$ in Hollywood and that Samuel Goldwyn would be so interested in her that he sent her to school . to learn acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Art2 NEVER 7:30 1 1:30 P. M. Of B i! o ft v bs arm atx a bbt - .-.o x-XiAvrwxs&mutu- v s i i m f'M S0H OH AiU I A'iM I THE SUNNY SIDE! ZSCto If imrx $ tvaryboayi Got a Lmithini niiil"1iii?Sj if VSrW ' 3 "Wia Or lotai" "Ilp A Oaa Boa Oob" Y'IW J m,n Wd" ' "Jonj ol tha Soath" - "Ho 0 TW Da' Oiitiikated e RKQ RADIO FIClUDtJ, la. Co - hit n THE DARK HORSE" RKO KEITH MEMORIAL AMUSEMENTS VI. Blaina-Perry Come "IF I'M LUCKY" , L. Barl-R. Scott "Homa Swret Homicide" Spencer Tracy-S. Hano 'THE SEVENTH CROSS Wal. Beery-Tom Drake "THIS MAN'S NAVY" MEDFORD 1:43 6:45 Evelyn Keyai-K. Wynn "Thrill At Braill" Lynna Roberii Behind City Llohti" MEDFORD SQUARE l:4 Eleanor Parker Paul Hrnreld "Of Human Bondape" D. Duryen-'Black Anael' MEDFORD MElJROSE FELLSiVAY-NEIVMELRQ5Eom loan Lailla-Robt. Hetton "Janle Gate Married" "Swamp Fire" Ghlnaware Gena Tlarney.B. Cabot "SUNDOWN" Gaoroe Brrnt Prli. lana "SILVtR OUttN" QUINCY CAPITOL 85oo GLOBE Ava Gardner Bart Lanea-itrr "THE KILLERS" "GENIUS AT WORK" ADVTS. PAY B UIBrTBaHaTaTaTBaaTaTaTaTaakBBBa ROBERT YOUNG BARBARA HALE FRANK MORGAN " - ( -ana) Wf WO.TI DICK TRACY . CUEtALL AMUSEMENTS REVERE l.llf.V .V.'aT mpmonr f mo Review Day WedneaHav "WUTHERING HEIGHTS" and 'I WAS FAITHFUL" (Cynara) .I ill J.I .H.T. II i r 11 i ART '-I AAV aiihlilRRCD" siVHn anw iritwwui DORCHESTER ADAMS "MILDRED FIERCE" Join Crawford-Jack Canon "38 A FAMILY" M. Reynold vCha. Raaplen HAMILTON THEATRE CSen. 8790 dDr,.i,.nd . "TO EACH HIS OWN" All Star Cad "BURMA VICTORY" MAGNET O MATTAPAN Can 9200 Barbara Stanwyck Dennii Morgan ! "Christmas In Conn." ! Also "Detour" BLU. 6600 Dana 'Andrews Snsar Hayward "CA'JYfIN PASSAGE" "FISHION MODEL" EVERETT CAPITOL IsoEi I PARK George Raft Sylvia Sidney "MR. ACE" "BEDLAM" , EVE. 3311 Eddie Cantor Ethel Merman "STRIKE ME PINK" "BARBARY COAST" k COOPER S3 .ORCHESTRA SOMERVILLE 'MURDER IN THE MUSIC HALL" Vara hraba Ralston-Wllllant Marshall 'ONE EXCITING WEEK" V A I Pearee SOUTH BOSTON Jane Haver-Vly. Blaine 3 Little Girls in Blue' In Technicolor Also "DanowQBs Business" Jeanne Craln-Cor. Wilde "Centennial Summer" Hagb Beaumont 'Larceny In Her Heart' WINCHESTER WATERTOWN WINCHESTER I COOLIDGE 2 4 6:30 Cont. "SHOW BUSINESS" E. Cantor-Gao. Murphy : "HURRICANE" .. COOLIDGE- Glenn Ford "Gallant Joarney" Paalette Goddard Diary of Chambermaid" Mat. 1:45-Ee. 7:45 Thura.t Turkey Night 'Gutlemmn JOf RllOOatA' ION (RffW r( rbWWOO N'flVftf INOI iTYirTrrrrmKEN lyAiLLU ULUv:7067 I . FRflNtXMSE QOSflY MTCiCW ROC TOM WALLS IOwrUI,uJLjy nSthmu eaX P QoerarrkfiMrn- ntaaau vranl 05t II if ROCFRS ASTAIRE Pjf '" TKe StoUJ of 1 1 VERN ONWIRENE CA57LE frSMAUkrkNomflA -JOHN CARFl 4PI j X ! iyt-ME FAlltM PAR MOW ! ' flTREMONTOLD SOLTII U ' a&NDOCFM ktOTI" iMIDNITi SHOWmOAY ALWAYS SOMETHING DOING 9 A. M. lo 11 P. M. BURLESQUE at 12-2:45-8:30 Sats. 12-2:45-7:15-10 P. M. MARIE CORD BILLY HAG AN Harry Seymour--Dorothy Oenke J30 Goroeoat Girls Cast of 60 NEXT MON Mike Sachs-Mvrna Dean-Bert Carr Special Christmas Eva Midnight Show lues, Dec. 24 Midnite Show frifcy Barlask at 12-2:30-830 Sats. 12-2:30-7:15-10 RENE ANDRE HARRY RYAN EDDIE INNE8 BARBARA BOND Sid Nadell Tobey Lee Kohn DePlnta Setts Now: NEW YEAR'S EVE SHOWS I IN TMt NfWS 120 DIE IN HOTEL FIRE in'1 Movie Schedules BEACON "Cuhan Prtf," 11:12. 2:19. 5:2i' fi:SU: 'Irade Winds." 8:30, 12 28. 3:26. 6:24. 8.22. CASINO Burlrsque. 12 00. 2:3(1. S:3T): what a Woman." :. S:00; "Onca V'Don a Time.' . 10:35. 6:3.5. EXETER "Johnnv Frenchman." 310. 6:20. 9:40: "Vacation From Warrlaaa.' 1:45. 5:00. 8:10 F F N W .4. V ' Th e Plalnoman." tl:2fl. 3 41. 6.10. 9:33; "Jungle Pnnceaa." 1:20. 4:43. 8:10. GLOBE "Cranh Dive." f:2S. 1:20. 8:15. 9:10: "Flying Tiarra." 11:29. 3:24. 7;19. KKITII BOSTON "Oentlvman 3 or Palooka." 10:55. 2 05. ft 10, 7 15. t0:lO; Me Show. 12::)0. 3:40. 6:45. 8:03. KKITII MKMORIAL "Usdv t.urk." 9:4r. 12:35 3 .1ft. fl:3.V 9:30; -Dick Tracy v. Cue Bull." 11:25. 2 25. 5.30. 8 20. KFXMORF. "O. S. S .." 5:45. 10. fl:3i: It I'm l.uek.v." 1:25. 4 40. :10. LAFFMOVIK "nanrina Mter.' 11:58. 2:04. 4:09. 6:14. 8:19. 10.2-t Loi s oRrnri M an." 10:.'?. I;3iv "S-cret ( thf Whiill 3:13. 6.10. 9:05. LOFW'S 8TATF "The STanw Woman." 12:50. 3:55, 6:55. 10:00: -Secret at tha w iii i.i. 12:13. 2:43. a:3u. o:o. MAJFSTIC "And Now Tomorrow," 1 1:32. 3:09. 6:2fi. 9:42: Ramrxrwr Island." 10:08. 1:25. 4:42. 7:55. METROPOLITAN "Blue Skies.' 12:20. 2:30. 4:45. 7:00. 9:10. MODERN "Crime Doctor's Man Hunt fi.OO. 11:45. 2:35. 5:20. 8:10: "Gallant Bess," 10:05. 12:35. 3:45. 6:30. 9:20. OLD HOWARD Burle.aue. 120O, 231. fd30,"1,'!."'".' R:6: "Tomorrow., the World." 10:21. 6:34. OLD SOVTH "Fallen Sparrow." 830. 12:55. 4:20, 7:40: "Vernon and Irener Castle." 11:20. 2:40. 6:00. 9:25. FAR AMOI'NT "The Plainoman."' 1105. 1:?5' 8'n0: "Junle Pnnceaa." 30. 1:00. 4:00. 8:00. SCOLLAY "The Killers." ll:.1o. 2:45. ?:2' VV Vklk About Ldy." 10:13. 1:30. 4:45. 8:00. SOITH STATION Cyprus Is an Iland: Travelogue: Sport; Flicker Flashback; World Events: In the Latest News, Continuous. 9:00 to midnight. TCLF.P1X Cambridge: Blllv r.ilbert- Jrank Leahy; W-.hin'on. D. C: World News Digest. Ccnttnuoua from 10:30 to midnight. TRANf4-Li:X "Allegheny Uonslr.a - 9:40.. 1:00. 4:10. 7:15. 10 15; "Sea Devils." 11:05. 2:30. 5:40. 8:43. TR F.MONT "Fallen Sparrow," 11:.V. 2:00. 5:C3. 8:15; "Vernon and Trer.a Cartle,1' 9:30. 12:3.V 3:45, 6.50. 10:(M. VICTOR V "China Skies." 9:30. 12 30. m. 5Va 9i. ShW Bne.- 10:35. Of WAJSIIINOTOV "TRrFT OITMPI- . . . m:1'. 1 in. ;i:is. 1 5:";' - ' ! " "''"" a un, 10 30. 111 10:03, t S. Flayed on Stage Here Her Southern accent was the first thing that had to go, and a Russian actress with a Russian accent was hired to teach Cathy . how to .peak. No one knows how it happened, but nhe lost her own accent and didn't pick up any Russian, Eddie Goodman, who once coached Katharine Cornell, was in charge of Cathay at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Mr. Goldwyn said she should have st-ge experience. She cot three weeks of It here In Boston, where she played the sweetheart of the oldest son in "Life With Father" with Carl Bemton Reld as Father, That was in 1944, , and Cathy, lived in the Charlotte Cushmani Club, sharing her room with an-! other girl, and walking to work ! because she couldn't afford a taxi-cab. Today Cathy has her own suite at the Ritz-Carlton she has a car: at her beck and call and Mr. Gold-1 wyn has high plans for her future, j He looks on her as a second Teresa Wright, who, incidentally, played the same role in "Life With Father"! on Broadway that Cathy did in) Boston. And Cathv isn't encased has plenty of beaux but no one "special" admirer and has her fingers crossed as to whether this is all just a dream and that when she wakes up she'll be back at the Oklahoma City movie theatre saying to herself, "maybe I'm that girl." Incidentally Clarisse. the girl the "wolves" used to follow, is now married and has a baby and is content to bask in her girl friend's sudden rise to fame. Joan Berry '$ Lawyers Ask Chaplin for $75,000 LOS ANGELES. Dec. 16 fAP) The attorneys who successfully conducted Joan Berry's suit to have comedian Charles Chaplin declared the father of her child petitioned Superior Court today for a judgment of $75,000 from the actor for their legal fees. Chaplin's attorney. Charles E. Mil-likan, stipulated the actor was worth $3,000,000. 'Scat Davis and Band ori RKO-Boston Stage For the gala holiday show at the R. K. O. Boston Theatre this week. "The Westerner." starring Gary Cooper. Dana Andrews, Walter Brennan end Doris Davenport, will top the screen, bill. On the stage the leading entertainers will be Johnny "Scat" Davis and his band. Peggy 'Mann. Steve Evans, Catherine Wcstfield and her marionettes. Old Howard Burlesque Tretty Marie Cord, a great bur-lesque favorite, heads the new show at the Old Howard. ShaHo th beauty snot with her aresuch charmers a Linda Leslie and - Dorothy Denke, leading the comedy section are Billy Ilagnrt and Harry Seymour. In the vaudeville department the top performers are Herbert Leich-ton. Maxine and Boyy. Merrill Sevier and dancinc Marv Welch, The screen attractions are "Utah' and "Tomorrow the World." Continuous SHOWS 5 JUMP MASTERS VllSiaia smith "AaiiTR tat EE0R6E MTU IS RUTUR CaaajiE tuT iCRRI STARR DANCINO NO fOVFR NO MIMMIM tca 'The StrangeWoman Held at State and Orpheum "The Strange Woman," starring Hedy Lamarr in the film adaptation of Ben Ames William's novel is announced for a second week at both Loew's Stale and Orpheum theatres. George Sanders .'and Louis Hay-ward co-star with Hedy, who plays the role of Jenny Hager. The companion feature, "Secret, of the Whistler," starrinK Richard Dix and Leslie Brooks and the latest issue of Loew's News of the Day is also on the program. MARJORY ADAMS Movie Question Box Q Please tell me about Forrest Tucker of "Never Say Goodbye." Peabody Reader. A Forrest Tucker was born in Plainfield, Ind.. Feb. 12, 1915. He attended George Washington University and is now under contract to Columbia. His latest film is "Twin Sombreros" with Randolph Scott and Barbara Brilton. His former pictures include "The Westerner," "The Howards of Virginia" and "Keeper of the Flame." STAGE IN TOWN ARB BAT. Q Wl.ere are Elizabeth Taylor, ! Alan Ladd and Mr. and Mrs. i Humphrey Bogart? M. L. N., Dor- i Chester. I A Elizabeth, M-G-M; Alan. Para-j mount; the Bogarts, Warner, Brothers. STAGE IN TOWN SHUBERT VS-MataTon'w , Wednesday Mat.2" New Year's In prleat: 1 SO ta 00 (taa lac "Call aia Mr. CkwlMdtr "' ajartaa irall Malty Daaelat A Marinaa lnl sre "THIS IS IT!" Caffmy (Recant SEATS ON SALE TO JAM. 4 PLYMOUTH TatlS Voi"A 4TUgi "Tallulah Triumphantr MS? JOHN C WIltOM TALLULAH BANKIIEAD-Caale Rampant 1 a mam cocnua MARION (UllNCt MIN M MAM DO Bliwmf IltTleVJtMeltrOel SeaaW VTMmm PLYMOUTH 2 Claire TREVOR ES. Neil Mai. Philip DORM 13b Into a ki ... f I . Rr A Niw Comtdy Felix BRESSART Slaarrl br ROBERT Eduird FRANZ MOMTr.osr: Eras. 120 ta 0: Sat. Stat.. VM H 3 Of); Near Yeafa f $1 20. 2 40. 3 00. 3 W. 4 SO. Seats Tom'w OPERA HOUSE 2WKS. RES. NEXT TUES. EVE. SEATS TOM'W OPERA NO. 9:30 TO 9 JO WILBUR TNCA 10 A.M. TO 6P.M. victor mmn tmMJ eT aearuta xmm MUIICAL COMPANT OF IM EVES, i'l M ta 3.60: MATS. llt Wk I TNVRS . Ml. A (2nd Wt.l THURS. 1 20 to 2.40: RT SAT. MATS. 3120 ta 3 00: NEW TEARS EVI: J1.20. 1 SO, 2.40. 3. 3.60, 4 20, 4 80 (Tax lacl B t I T TM ICCOlaV REAKINS ERCACEMIIT ENDS SOON Garson Kaain't How York Comody Hit." CYRUS OURGIN (Glob) I aicHTs at si 9V Vod. S Sal. Matinees Best Seals '2??,' SPECIAL MATS. THURSDAY. DEC. 26-JAN. 2 SEATS NOW SELLING FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE FOR NEW TfcAK'S EVE OM..S1 2.40. 3.0t. 3.60 4.2U. .S0 I til lne. iQOOD SEATS AT ALL PRICES. SOI vi a fl 7rzsiarr'T? ? sift a aa a.ayj aaai -r" t t J WaTOaj y aj;aj -aai a 'ajTawa i

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