The Capital Times from Madison, Wisconsin on June 20, 1951 · 9
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The Capital Times from Madison, Wisconsin · 9

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WrMlneaday AftmMi, ImelOJMl MmdUem TOO CAPITAL TinOO Cltd NcvIn, S(a( SImI Show Boat Docks Retains Old Glamor Sets New Standard erlln Sotensen CVP'N ANDY HAWKS glittering and exciting Mississippi river ,hw boat, the Cotton Blossom just keeps rollin along! - -show Boat" docked at the Capitol theater Tuesday at an exhibitors preview, and the latest screen (M-G-M Technicolor) version of the musical comedy classic comes in an incomparable blend of music, spectacle, color, laughs, tears and romance and seta a new standard for musical films. 1 Show Boat, by Jerome Kerni va showing of Show Boat. and Oscar Hammerstein II. from Fdna Berbers novel, is freighted 1SS MORGAN scored again in the first film version of the musical, released in 1933. In the first cinematic version, Laura LaPlante was Magnolia, and Joseph Schildkraut was Ravenal. This movie was just completed when sound came in, and the dialogue was dubbed in g few scenes along with a few musical numbers. Irene Dunne sang nicely as Magnolia along with Allan Jones as Ravenal in the second movie adaptation of Show Boat, which was highly successful. Then, in 1946, Carol Bruce played the role of uuue udvnuc, i Julie in the stage revival of the Gaylord Ravcnol', Joe E. Brown ciassic; jan Clayton was Magnolia, (Cap'n Andy Hawks', and Reeds- and Charles Frederick played and turn ta her familys show boat, and Ravenal strikes out for points West It la not until years later, when a chance happening informs Ravenal that he Is a father, that the pair are reconciled. , Less happy is the fate of the beautiful singer, Julie, who goes rapidly down hill when the tragic secret of her life is discovered. i -- Show Time KieeUent Vcr Goes liooo Poor STRAND I Was a Communist for the F. B. I. at 1. 4:05. 7:15 and 10:20. Bette Davis and Barry Sullivan in Payment on Demand at 2:35, 5:t0 and 0:50. CAPITOL "Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison with Steve Cochran and David Brian at 1:20, 3:30, 5:40, 7:50 and 10. EASTWOOD Truax Field Revue Boys in Blue at 0. Bette Davis in Payment on Demand at 6:30 and 10. Cry Danger with Dick Powell at 8:45. BADGER OUTDOOR King Solomon's Mines with Deborah Kerr and Stewart Granger at 8:05 and 11. Cur ley at 10. ORPHEUM Dear Brat with Mona Freeman. Billy De-Wolfe and Edward Arnold. MIDDLETON Irene Dunne In "The Mudlark at 7 and 8:05. PRAIRIE Walt Disney's Beaver Valley () at 7:10 and 9:15. Three Husbands at 7:45 and 9:45. PARKWAY Kehls Dance School Recital with Virginia Lee Kehl and Richard Peterson at 7:30. MAJESTIC Steve Cochran and Virginia Grey in Highway 301 at 3:15, 6:30 and 9:45. Naked City with Barry Fita-gcrald and Howard Duff at 1:30, 4:45 and 8. MADISON Four Feathers at 2:40, 6:20 and 9:55. Sabu, Raymond Massey and alert EXCURSION BOAT DIANA cruises on LAKE MEM DOT A and LAKE MONONA DAILY Hoover Boat Line 5-9513 Hohaon la and 8:20. at 1. 4:4 Menasha Church Accepted by Synod MILWAUKEE &) The South Wisconsin district of the Missouri tynod voted Tuesday to accept members of Trinity Lutheran church at Menasha. The church formerly belonged to the Wisconsin synod. Members of the congregation disputed the synods attitude toward Boy Scout activities and its refusal to permit pastors to serve as chaplains in the armed forces. The congregation voted last month to leave the Wisconsin synod. Tha district delegates voted overwhelmingly to accept the church and its pastor, the Rev. Paul G. Bergmann, into the synod after an earlier deciaion to table a committee report recommending acceptance. 111 8P8CIAL - ITALIAN SPACMCTTI AND MEAT BALLS . . juLiri SNACK DAR at MMavs Bar 118 8 Pinckney Ope I a m til MtSaight RAI m: EVE ARDEN la THREE HUSDANM Walt Dlian t-Bfam Valiev Tree Chinawarc To UIIm The Rev. W. L. Llchtslnn of We-nona. III., will be Installed as pea-tor of the Menasha church in July. The Rev. Mr. Bergmann will leava soon for a new pastorate in Carroll, la. em-coHOinoMSD imnrtxpoo ocpi I It INI DUNN! 'THE MUDLARK" Arrow Artistry Nevsky LADIES 1 nttl DISHES WAUNEH IOS. .Ceatlaaews Shew Daily, ONLY) 1DAY Thra Ttivrs. Delightfully COOL TOMORROW! burgs Agnes Moorchead (Parthy SHOW HOVT A Metro-Goldwvn-.Mayer picture in Technicolor; produced by Arthur treed and directed hv t;fore.. Screen pl.iy bv John L.e .viAnin based on the musical play by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II, and from the novel bv fcdna Ferber. Adolph Deutsch musical director. Shown at an exhibitors' preview at the t'apitol theater with the Xollow- MairnolU Hawks .. Kathryn Grayson Julie laterne Ava Gardner Gav lord Ravenal ..... Howard Keel ( apt. ndy ll.iwks Joe K. Brown Hite Mar Shipley ..Marne Champion I-rank SchulU .... Gower Champion Stephen Maker Robert Merlin Iarthv Hawks .... Agnes Moorehead Cameo McQueen ..... Adele Jergens Pete l.ief Frickson Joe ............. William VVartleld Queenle ..... Frances Williams Miniiv McLain ... Owen McGiveney Sheriff Regis Toomev Kim Ravenal Sheila Clark OHOW BOAT is a hardy stage-screen perennial. Helen Morgan electrified audiences as Julie at the first presentation of the production at the Ziegfeld theater. New York. in 1927. Her two best songs. My Bill and Can't Help Lovin Dat Man are still remembered. Norma Terris was Magnolia and Howard Marsh. Gaylord Ravenal, the romantic gamblin man, in the first Broad- and Charles Frederick played and sang the role of the gamblin man. CHARLES WINNINGER of the famed Wisconsin family of actors, created the role of Capt. Hawks, and widely imitated has been his booming projection of Hap-py New Year in the cabaret sequence of Show Boat. Marshalling all of its resources and talents. M-G-M has turned out a mighty fine musical in "Show Boat, and there has been no tampering with the basic line of the Edna Ferber novel, from which Kern and Hammerstein did the , original musical. There have been a few changes, however. Rewarding dance sequences have been added. The Cottom Blossom, which plies up and down OF Man River, is the setting for the story of stage-struck Magnolia, who falls in love with the fascinating gambler remarkably well delineated by Howard Keel and lets him whisk her off, as his bride, for a year of love and luxury. But the honeymoon ends when Ravenal's gambling blood reasserts itself, and the happy couple find themselves destitute. Magnolia re- INTRIGUE plus ADVENTURE! STARTLINC DRAMA 08 A FANTASTIC ILLION-DOLLAR PLOT! PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE Rleocr Photoart Uocse UIKR7AY 01 PLIjS THE NAKED CITY any Flttferal Howard Daft Coming in a Stammer Crening Tfto-Plano Concert MORLEY and GEARHART I FRED TARING'S DUO-PIANISTS) Presented by the June29-8p.m. Wisconsin Lnion Muiiic Committee Ticket m Ope Sale Beginning Thursday Nee 92.40 and 81. CO (Tax Inc.) ll State tm i J rear QBNSO FEC2T emsenm mmm WED. - THURS. 2 Technicolor Hits 2 3 YEA2S P gtPG! (ROM PiGUM W lb CAMP men Columbia nciuacs I MARGARET j h JJJ0 OftltS Q OBRIEN J 1 r wet SMTOHncn n a-i i K!' Mk! THRU SATURDAT Dn03niiT Fnw:;i loveioy DOROTHY HART PHIUPCAREY I MB lii iwDmvm, vjimm mth:, STAMNNS DEBORAH KERR-STEWAKT GBAIGER j; AND THIS COLOR CO-HIT i , A Great, Heart-Warming Picture For the Entire Family it'i l:i iVn Hi liCViMHi ib hVllB o s 0 ...mFPYCFAlL1SCC3! a Si It TTY ITNN ftANCfS OtE KENT TAYlO LAST DAT "DRUMS" TOMORROW! 1 "Four Feathers" 2 ABBOTT & COSTELLO HITS! 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