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mi BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1953 News, Gossip and Opinion of Events in the Stage, Screen and Music Realms1 12 Reverting to Type By ART ARTHUR INVITATION You're welcome to my little house Which stands beside the rising hill; Where beauty is a joy, indeed, And everything is strangely still. You're welcome to my little house; The key you'll find beneath the mat; Don't hesitate to come right in, For it's the place to hang your hat. You're welcome to my little house, To all the joys that it may bring; And stay as long as you may like. But please don't borrow anything! . ROZTNARK II. NL'TS IN NUTSHELLS ev George Glvot has just received a letter from Al Trahan giving details of his flstfight with Mitchell and Durant upon the stage of an Amarillo, Texas, theater ... the two ex-Vanities comedians walked onto the stage during Trahan's act and were ruining his laugh lines so Trahan struck out and broke Durant's nose while a stunned audience looked on . . . the theater manager refused to pay salaries and the show almost broke up then and there . . . Lionel Barrymore wears hot water bottles between scenes on the M. G. M. lot because of a badlv-abscessed ear . , . Dan O'Brien, known as the king of hoboes, speaks on "Hoboes of History" at the Vagabonds, 7th Ave., this night ... and "Grand Canyons Under and Above the Earth" will be the subject of a Brooklyn Academy of Music lecture this eve by Maj. Phillip Martindale, U. S. ranger of the park service ... one iH nr. thn Radio lot who is crazy about Katherine Hepburn but can't t near her solaces nim&eu day earlier and the bill was changed on Thursday instead of Friday . . . add Kate Smith gags: Lou Ashen-dorf's, "I suggest the picture be shown on an enlarged screen so she won't hide any of the other players" ... no, her next picture won't be "I Cover the Waterfront." .V 'GAY DIVORCE' m T Bifoy wrMWF"j vjtnjnrjpri vm i mm-v I I Music of the Day By EDWARD CUSHING- DOVG FAIRBANKS Jr. by double to lunch . . . Meyer Davis has just learned that a Westerner has invented an unbreakable phonograph record but nnt- t.n eive ud hope "until it is absolutely proven that the darn thing won't break." FRAGRANT FAIRBANKS Didyaknow that women are forbidden by law to dance together after midnight in 'New York? . . . Tis one of those ancient rulings and was passed with the idea that unescorted women should not be allowed out after 12 . . . police pay little attention to the regulation but night club managements enforce It every now and then . . . the J"081 exquisitely scented person in Hollywood is not Joan Crawford or Kay Francis ... it is no less than Douglas Fairbanks, Doug having brought back to Hollywood a splendid collection of scents gathered during his last world trip . . . The Maison Arthur is a new spot in E. 54th St. . . was formerly the Club Bergerac and Lucile Garrott and Roger Fer-host anil hostess . . . Phil Spitalny is seeking a new bootlegger since his old one complained lat his customers returned only to aunt him. WAX PEN-POINTS Paul Whlteman usually asks for seats in the last row of the orchestra when he a-theater goes ... his duties as Biltmore maestro force him to enter the theater after the curtain has risen and to leave before the show ends ... not wanting to annoy the neighbors by his comings and goings he specifies last tow seats ... a famous orchestra leader called "Blackman" is named In Jlmmie Cagney's "Hard to Handle" in connection with the 18-day diet . . . guess who ygney means . . . Buddy Harrod, yc.mgest radio maestro, submits this invention to be passed on to Colonel Stoopnagle; Wax pen-points for playboys who write torrid love letters to Broadway chorus girls with breach-of-promise complexes . . Lewis Jardin's favorite inscription on a book plate, "No matter in whose hands you be . . . Remember you belong to me" . . . James Kevin Moloney suggests this as an appro' priate theme song for Jimmy Walker serenading Betty Compton "Oh, Oh, Oh, Would You Like to Take a Walk-er?" CHIWAWA TO YOU Lupe Velez advises that the correct spelling of the breed of dog known as "Chiwawa" Is Chihuaha . . . as If anybody cares and I still think that Eugene Pallette gave the best description of that type of a dog when he called one a "fur-bearing flea" . . . Stephen Pipe's last line, "But how can I tell foreign misses that I can't accept their kisses?" reminds me of Life's current cover which shows a French cutie singing to Uncle Sam, "I can't' give you anything but love, baby" ... the Puzzle Battle of the Century takes place this night at the Algonquin Hotel with Harry Hersh-field as master of ceremonies and Peter Arno, Otto Soglow, Tony Sarg and Will Steig participating . . . they will fight, bleed and suffer under the team banners: Technocrats vs. Bureaucrats, Harvard vs. Yale, Writers vs. Publishers, Bl-metallists vs. Buy Americans and Everybody vs. Crooners . . . didyaknow Howard Hughes was planning to produce a play called "An Aspirin for Love" this Spring and at the same time will be making a movie sequel to "Scarf ace?" ... I like Renee Carroll's gag about the two actors in Dave's Blue Room . . . one asked, "Do you think it is safe to order hash in here?" and the other replied, "Sure, actors eat here and you know actors never leave anything behind on 'their plates." " ""aw w anw eaewi wa-1 ywrHwsHiJw f laeiaaej ' --. tJV yfiJ- - - w-.-. ; - !.,":-' J' " - r)1 t - A ..-I j - g . w. -. - 'ri'''i "" fc--r A v&a&bti '.crsi tw n 'jrwemw-at. yamwitik Wvt-Jr i99 . ,.Jr I V 7 J V r 1 l 111 11 1111 mi 11:. 11 r inn -- SLIM AND ELEGANT Ted Healy's "Sunrise Audition-plan is making the Paramount Grill a popular all-night spot . . , when the last show Is over Healy gives any ambitious chorus girl a chance to show her stuff in a specialty number and several promising youngsters had provided pleasant surprises for the stayer-uppers . . . Fox and Warners were unable to get together on a satisfactory merger plan, although, at one time. It was practically settled ... so Warners will try to carry their theaters alone, and the rumors have Fox seriously considering following Paramount and R. K. O. Into receivership . . . Lee Posner, who was hurt in a re cent auto accident, remarked to me, "Now I know how the ladies of the 1890's must have felt. The doctor has me all dressed up in a tape corset and do I feel slim and elegant" . . . "Twas William Faulkner who applied that neat description to a recent English lecturer ... he remarked that "He is the only writer I know who started out to be second rate and achieved his ambition." Erik Rhotlpa, one of the principals in the murical comedy at the Shuhert Theater The Screen -By MARTIN DICKSTE1N- 'Island of Lost Souls' and Howard Brothers on New Program at the Paramount 'Parachute Jumper' Comes to the Strand Moviegoers with a weakness for "horror films" will undoubtedly find something to interest them this week at the downtown Paramount, where "The Island of Lost Souls" begins its first Brooklyn engagement today. This picture is based on an H. G. Wells story, "The Island of Dr. Moreau," and is, we have no doubt, as horrifying as anything the screens have offered in months. If "The Island of Lost Souls" is also a little too silly for words, i. e., if it fails to achieve anything but "horror," that is something against which you should be warned. For in spite of the fact that the Paramount's new picture, is immensely thrilling, in a few spots, you will probably find it a terrible bore in others. The idea behind "The Island of Lost Souls" is Dr. Moreau s odd little eniovable Dastime. Personally, it The Boston Symphony in Brooklyn; a Matinee 'Die Walhuere'', Giesehing With the Philharmonic In many respects It was unquestionably a fine performance of Beethoven's Seventh Symphony that Mr. Koussewitsky and the Boston Orchestra gave at the Academy of Music last evening, yet the listener-one listener, at any rate was conscious at the end of a definite dissatisfaction with what he had heard. This did not arise from any disagreement with Mr. Koussewitsky on points of Interpretation, from any feeling that the conductor was expounding a too personal conception of the work, or that, on the other hand, he was indifferent to it. Nor was it traceable to any failure on the part' of the orchestra to carry out Mr. Koussewitsky wishes faithfully and well. On the contrary, describing in one word the impression it crem ated, I should call it an overdis- clpllned performance. Obviously infinite pains had been expended on its preparation both by the conductor and his men, every nuance of tempo and phrasing and expression worked over with inexhaustible patience. The result was perfection, but of a lifeless and rather repellent sort. A certain effect of spontaneity is desirable in any performance of any work; from this one, it was entirely lacking. Ex-huberant, even exultant it undoubtedly was but too plainly by calculation, with an eye on the effect to be produced. However, it is seldom that we have cause to complain of perfection, and the criticism that I have marie of last evening's performance of the Seventh Symphony may in this sense be interpreted as a compliment to Mr. Koussewitsky and the splendid band of which he is the leader. Their intentions were th best: thev were only a little overzealous in carrying them into effect. Mr. Koussewltsky's program for this, the third of the Boston Symphony Orchestra's Brooklyn concerts, included, in addition to the Beethoven symphony, Wagner's "Lohengrin" prelude, the Ride of the Valkyries from "Die Walkuere, the funeral music from "Die Goet-terdaemmerung" and the Tann-hoonor" overture. These Mr. Kous sewitsky performed in anticipation HOLM, SWEET HOLM Noel Coward admires Paul Muni ao much that he is planning to write a play in which Muni will star ... it won't be seen until next Winter, at least . . . Blanche Latell of the Nut Club show played the part of the mountain girl when she was co-featured with Douglas (same scented star) Fairbanks in "The Cub Reporter" in 1910 . . . New York censors banned the nudist picture, "The Naked Age," 0n the grounds that It tended to corrupt morals . . . the girl who is Mary Brian's competitor in the opening dance Marathon scenes Is Eleanor Holm, once of Brooklyn's Erasmus . . . Irving Thalberg's return to work means that an okay will be given M. O. M.'s plans to produce stage plays in New York as a means of testing the picture possibilities of submitted stories and plays ... It will be done on subscription list lines a la Theater Guild, and Edi?ar Selwyn will be In charge for M. O. M. . . . Arthur (Street Singer! Tracy will be guest of honor at the Hollywood Sunday night . . . Kate Smith's picture, "Hello Everybody," flopped so badly at the New York Paramount that it was yanked a More Stars Allert Last minute additions to the cast of "The Depression Gaieties," which will be presented for a single per formance Sunday evening at 8:45 at tne imperial Theater for the benefit of the Authors League Fund and the Stage Relief Fund, include Os good Perkins, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Hugh O'Connell, Hope Williams, Zona Gale, Austin Strong, Rea Irvln and Stephen Vincent Benet. Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dlctz have written a song for the occasion called "The Benefiters," while Corey Ford and Frank Sullivan have composed a series of program notes. Now at Lorw's "Strange Interlude," tne film version of Eugene O'Neill's classic, starts Its popular price tour with seven simultaneous engagements In Loew theaters today. The houses showing the celebrated motion picture are the State, Paradise, Valencia. 83d St., 175th St., Lexington and 72d St. The balance of the Loew circuit in Greater New York will show the picture immediately after these engagements. trick of turning the wild beasts of his jungle Island Into human beings, or creatures vaguely resembling human beings. On his faraway island somewhere in the South Seas he is a sort of Robinson Crusoe Frankenstein, whose scientific achievements are miraculous Indeed. The crack-brained doctor's "most perfect specimen" is a strange female creature whom he has created from a panther, and he conceives the fiendish idea of mating this "panther woman" with Richard Arlen, who has become an uninvited guest on the island by reason of a shipwrrck. But the experiment is never completed, for, like the monster of Frankenstein, the mob of half-humans created by Dr. Moreau overpowers and kills the mad scientist, permitting Mr. Arlen and his beautiful fiancee (Leila Hyams) to make their escape. Although we have never read the H. G. Wells book from which the picture was adapted, we are inclined to think that "The Island of Lost Souls" is an extravagant transcription. Wells Is, of course, known or used to be known as one of the most imaginative of flctionists. But we hesitate to believe that some of the idiotic events in the talkie at the Paramount were of the British author's creation. Charles Laughton succeeds, in spite of several incredible episodes in the production, in giving an admirable performance as the crack-brained Dr. Moreau. But Mr. Arlen is disappointing in the role of the heroic shipwreck-survivor, and Kathleen Burke is less than sensational as the much publicized "panther woman." In addition to the attractive Miss Hyams, the surrounding cast Includes Bela Lugosi, Arthur Hohl, Stanley Fields and Paul Hurst. We repeat that moviegoers who count that week lost that doesn't bring a "horror film" may possibly find "The Island of Lost Souls" an left us cold On the stage the Brooklyn Paramount presents, beginning today, Willie and Eugene Howard, stars of "Ballyhoo" and numerous other musical comedies. Assisting the Howards are the Berry Brothers and the Loomis Twins. Melissa Mason and the Five Cuckoos also are featured on the Paramount's new bill. RubinofT continues to conduct the orchestra. At the Strand "Douglas Fairbanks Jr.'s newest picture, 'Parachute Jumper," is the current attraction at the Brooklyn Strand, starting today. Based on a story by Rian James, it rela s tne adventures of a couple of ex-iviarine aviators, who, having resigned from the service and finding themselves at the mercy of the depression, agree to fly liquor across the Canadian border for & prominent rum runner. The climax arrives when Mr. Fairbanks and his flying buddy (Frank McHugh) discover that it b not whisky but dope that they are transporting, whereupon they come to the conclusion that life in the Marine Corps isn't so bad after all. There is, of course, a more to "Parachute Jumper' than "u., tow vmi but to be entirely frank, th new picture at the fatrana has already taKen if rtosprvps. Bette Davis plays the leading feminine role n this production, which is, we think. Miss nic current misfortune. Others in the cast include Leo Carrlllo, Harold Huber and Claire Dodd. The Strand, as usual, is offering a grouo of Vitaphone short subjects in addition to the feature. Fred Moritt and John Hammond continue their "Song of the Week" at the organ. of the approaching 50th anniversary of Wagner's death, "DIE WALKUERE" "Die Walkuere" was sung at the Metropolitan Opera House yesterday afternoon as the second in a series of special matinees devoted to the performance of the Nibe-lungen Ring tetralogy (without cuts) and other of Wagner's music-dramas. The cast includes Mmes. Leider, Stueckgold and Olszewska, and Messrs. Melchior, Schorr and Tappolet. Mr. Bodanzky conducted. As In the case of a recent "Siegfried" and "Die Goetterdaemme-rung," yesterday's performance derived its principal distinction from the singing of Mr. Melchior and Mr. Schorr. Mr. Melchior especially was in rather better vocal condition than at any previous time this season, and sang not only with beauty of tone and a careful attention to the rhythmic and intervallic patterns of his notes, but with unusual depth of feeling. Mme. Leider, the Bruennhilde, was to be admired for a conscientious impersonation. Her singing left a great deal to be desired, notably in the Todesverkundlgung and the scene of her pleading with Wotan. It Is possible, however, that she was suffering from some slight malaise, for at one point on the phrase "War es so schmaellch her voice left her completely, and her music was taken up by a singer in the wings, presumably Mme. Manski. Mme. Olszewska's Fricka, inferior in every respect to Miss Branzell s, contributed little to the perform ance. It was unmusically sung and the character delineated with ex aggeratedly theatrical and frequently utterly inappropriate gestures. In the light of her recent appearances on the Metropolitan stage it is difficult to understand Mme. Olszewska's reputation abroad both as singer and actress. The orchestral playing yesterday was not that of the apparently reformed band that has been heard in other Wagnerian performances recently, but Mr. Bodanzky seemed unusually sympathetic in his dealings with the score. THE PHILHARMONIC One might almost suppose that Bruno Walter, in choosing his pro gram for the .concert of the Phil harmonic Society in Carnegie Hall last evening had sought to lift his audience from any besetting do! drums by apealing to their collec tive sense of humor. The evening was not without 'its moments of quiet meditation and nobility of sentiment (thanks to one or two of Sir Edward Elgar's friends in his "Enigma Variations"), but for the most part Mr. Walter's muse was occupied with light-hearted and v it r i Theater News In 'Parachute Jumper' now al (he Brooklyn Strand AMUSEMENTS MANHATTAN AMUSEMENTS MANHATTAN -TheDramaticThunderboltof 1933!" "EMOTIONALLY STIMULATING MELODRAMA . . . WELL WORTH THE PRICE." Percy Hammond, Herald Tribune. "VITAL AND IMPORTANT SOCIAL DRAMA. Burn Mantle, New$. Anew P y ELMER RICE EMPIRE pUium iemf scetus Uaqtd btlkt aulUor mth Mttutoj bu AUiu Btmsletn. MATS. TOM'W & WED., 77c-$Z B'WAY nd 40lh ST. FVFS. SHARP Pint Tai well-mannered amusement and some that was not so well mannered. Walter Gieseking was the soloist in the two works for piano and orchestra by Honegger and Strauss. When Elgar's score of the "Enigma Variations" was published in 1899, the program annotator informs us, it contained the dedication "To My Friends Pictured Within," and it would seem from the music that the composer was scarcely attracted by a single type of person. His friends. though they are gathered together under amicable circumstances in the music, would probably have come to blows had they been in a room together for any length of time. As we observe them in the music the contrast of their dispositions, of course, gives the needed variety for such a work. On the whole, however, it seems to this writer, that the program attached to the variations, vague as it is. is entirely superuous and if anything Is more distracting than helpful in listening to the music. As pure music- the work is a delight to hear, skillfully put together and based upon a pleasant and flowing dia tonic theme which lends itself to variation treatment without resulting monotony. What if Elgar does choose to call one of them "C. A. E." and onther "Nimrod"? It is quite beside the point. Following his lively and sonorous and thoroughly satisfying reading of this work, Mr. Walter turned back a century to Mozart's bright "Haffner" Symphony in D major (K. 385), but his treatment of it at first was not as light and pointed as one might have wished. Perhaps he was still thinking of Mr. Elear's enigma. After the intermission he shared honors with Mr. Gieseking in disclosing the humor and satire wnicn lie close to the surface of Honegger's Concertino for Piano and orchestra and Strauss' "Bur icsKe. ine concert ended with a disclosure of a husky, rampant "Till New White Musical Gets High Praise Gossip "Melody," the big musical produc-l , tion which George White is bring- ' ing to the Brooklyn Majestic nextl i week, appears to have attracted ex tremely favorable notice in Pitts-1 bure. where r is playing this w efc. One of the foremost dramatic I critics of the Pennsylvania city used I all the adjectives at his command I in giving the new piece the warm-1 est praise. He dwelt particularly on I the lavishness of the production,! which is of the sort for whichl George White has been famous 1 years. Among the stars in the cast arI Evelyn Herbert, Everett Marshall,! Hal Skellv and Walter Woolf. The! music is by Sigmund Romberg, an'' the lyrics by Irving Caesar. Thai book is by Edward Childs Carpen- ter. - The Teatro di Piccoli. t.ie popu lar Italian puppets, will movefroml the Lyric Theatre next Monday to I tne George M. Cohan Theatre. "Flying Colors," the Howard Diets I revue in which Clifton Webb, Charleil Butterworth and Patsy Kelly are I starred, plays its 150th performance I tonight at the Imperial Theatre. Itl is the oldest musical show onl Broadway. Holmes Tells How to Do Europe on a Budget! How to see a goodly portion ofl Central Europe on a limited ex-I pendlture was told last evening byl Burton Holmes at the Academy ofl Music to an audience that listened! eagerly for the facts and figures. Many of those present madl copious notes, and It Is safe to say I that a fair percentage of them will! be off next Summer to follow the! Holmes trail and get 100 cents worth I for every dollar they spend. Motion and still pictures of un- usual beauty added greatly to thl interest of the listeners. An extra lecture will be given I next Thursday by Mr. Holmes and Carveth Wells. Russia will be the subject, with Holmes telling of the old and Wells dealing with the country as it is today. It will, of course, be under Institute auspices. Eulenspiegel," but one who seemed to lack the malice and bite and! nimble feet that some conductors! have found him to possess. J. E. LUISE WALKER Luise Walker, a Viennese vir- tuoso of the guitar, made her Amer ican debut in the Town Hall last! evening, presenting a program ofl arrangements of works by German composers and Spanish pieces writ ten for the instrument. The com posers represented on the list wer Bach, Mozart, Schubert, Sor, Metz.1 Albert, Tarrega, Friesnegg and Gra-1 nados. A fuller account of her wwle will be given after her next recital, I J. E. AMUSEMENTS BROOKLYN OiNE hA AMUSEMENTS MANHATTAN 4M ST. lh AVP. Cant. 30-11:31) Sun. Noon 11:30 OIDDODROME niri VAUDEVILLE. PICTURES t IT Your Monrj'i Worth OK IOC Mali. orr and Ovrr! tin. vJC Fraturn ToillT "BKn-HAIBKP AI.IBI" rRA0IO CITY THEATRES- Oirttfiofi iOMf' MUSIC HALL NEW ROXY Ml DAfCE (Dinner Multll Lunnh, ftftct ninnor OaLuia. 11.28 Gmat Garnon CNHICO 4 PAULIIRI Alio al 110 W. 41 It Na Vart CMr M W. II St RESTAURANTS BROOKLYN RESTAURANTS BROOKLYN From Ocean to Oeljen't freth Sen Food Received Daily GET JEN'S Church and Flatbuih Avei. Our Spt'cinl Sunday Ilimicr DEfender 3-9760 $ T1 .1111 Luiu-liron 60c, ?u; 3.")c Daily Dinner SI. Oil, ., 6."r. Ml SIC yCo rrr or Minimum Charge at Any Vime DANCING Fr Parking Spare, tor Dinrra Miinngcinnit of Ortjrn Bron. 30th St.erii A.a. FMDItIC MA.ICH IIISSA IANDI Clavdaltt Colbart Chat. laughtM in "SICNritkaCROSS" with bigttofihowaflJ thnlliftf chsnot tM 49ih If. -6th An. STATE FAIR Jntt Oiynw WIN 1 Rof tft law Ayrt I antf Sally IMr grand (tat thaw wM 1 10 nor rowan loth Thcotrai optti at tO a m. tne. Svn. rl, m. 35c -I t6. m. & IMn. ta fiU L-Th. SHOW PLACE 9 thm NATION y mm ChirmlnB RI-roartfl Dlitlnttlvf yj on CoeurBalance (Mr Hurt Ili-nlUtrO V Plavknm 1,6 5,h '" I4'" U",M ' - .-j bit. 12-11 Stl. I 53a Attar F0XFIIM prrwiiif ioi NmI Cooard't . aM OC1 E Mota. Sit M 11.10. l.W Ivai 55ti. lo3. tJitf . D A" "4, ' fw"p T"' D""; - r GAItTTTriat. I'.or EDDIE CANTOR m 'THE KID FROM SPAIN" "1 Firat Tima t Popular Pricaa XjjJV KVA IF CAIMFNNK'S Production Alice in wonderland "Prlret entertainment." rjirWitf. Wtirld Trl. NEW AMSTERDAM Theatra.W. 42 St. Eva. :30 Prleea SOe to $2 (plus ta). Mali. Wad., 8at.. iu ENC.ACiK.MF.NT EXTF.NDKD Arthur J. Rpckhard preena ANOTHER LANGUAGE with th rntiri- original cnat Alt SEATS l $1.50 We. $1.00 Ev.8at. Mat. Y Mat. T BOOTH Thea.. W. 45th St. Eva. :M1. Mata. J:40 Francil Lederef 4 Uurolhj AUTUMN CROCUS Gish M0R08CO THEA. Matlnrra Writ. in A Tomerfv 4Mb. W. al B'wuv. Eva. :40 Thuri. and Sat. at :40 Biography The Theatre I'.ullrt nrejenla RFIIRMAN'g COMEDY and In It ISA ( I AIRE. The mm. blnatlon arema to have bren arranged IB heaven." Uilnerl Online! (,l II l TH., BS St.. W. of R'wav. Fva. S:S0 Matlneea Tomorrow and Thurariav. ?:WI. 0000 SEATS AVAILABLE At BOA OFFICE DINNER-AfTlGHT Onwv TEARLE Conilanae COLLIES Ann ANDREWS Marourrlta CHURCHILL 1 iiriwis rnniTiVEi.r at t.-it bhahh MI'MO BOX TUFA.. 4B St.. W. or B'waj MaUneea Till RS. SAT., :MSharo EDITH EVANS F VENSONG " by Beverly Nltholi I Eflwxrd Knohloek SFI.WYN Theatre. W. A'. Kt. VVIa. 7-7BIO Evel. S:30 Sharp. Pna. Prlta Mali. Thura. 4 Sat. MUSIC IN THE AIR By Jerome Kern 4 0ar Hammenteln Id Relnald WERRENRATH, Tnllla CARMINATI, Natalie HALL, Walter SLEZAK, Al SHEAN. Katharine CARRINGTON. CURTAIN at S:30. ALVIN Th.. 32d St., W. al S'y. Mata. Tbur. 4 Sat. ENTIRE ORCHESTRA 3 MARY HOI.AND In IRVIN0 BFRLIN'S Revue Sutifii ol all timal FACE THE MUSIC Itanrea atnirrd hv Alhertlna Baarh 44th ST. Tbea..W. ol B ay. Ml. Wed., Sat., 2:30 FRED ASTAIRL f.AY DIVORCE VJ wllh C'l.AIRE I I ( K I I I I I 1 u 3 I.A C.FAR Reduced f 1 to $ Mta. Wed. f 1 to 9. 0 a aa PARDON MY ENGLISH JACK PEARL u;nZZ I.YDA BOBERT1 Georne Gerahwin Muale REAL POPULAR PBIf'KS FVENINtiS, SI, S3; MATINEES. SI. SJ MAJESTIC. 44 St., W. ot B'v. t il. 4-SI4I 3 MATINEES: WED., THUBS.. SAT. No Performance Thursday Nlrjhta. GEORGE M. COHAN In th Funniest PI In America PIGEONS and PEOPLE I.YCEt'M THEATRE. W. 4.1 St, BR. 1-034 Even, and Saturday Matinee, ftOe In 2 SEATS SEI.I.INO 4 WEEKS IN ADVANCE ,e' PAULINE LORD , The Late CHRISTOPHER BEAN with WALTER CONNOLLY "Mftat enleyable comedy at the aeatan; almoat toe food te be true." Krulrli, Stilirm. 3 Matlneea Weekly: Wed., Thura. 4 Sat., 2:43 PRICFS AT ALL MATS.. B3e la $2.20. lull, tai HENRY MILLER Thee., 124 W. 43 91. Eva. 1:43 3.ii:sti: Nr. -i7?n THIS WEEK Mat. TOMORROW, 2:13 TOMORROW EVE. Wwjw7fl?f!'n TOMORROW MAT. mTM 9'fi NEXT WEEK. Mala. Wad. and Sal. Seata Near GEORGE WHITE'S ari era, are, aw. ENTRANCING -Ntw-MUSICAfc M C LU III SO UOKGE WHITE RLAUTILS AMUSEMENTS BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS BROOKLYN Norma SHEARER CUrk GABLE in "STRANGE INTERLUDE' Alexander KIRKLAND.Ralph MORO IH eMBalAM-Aai MeT PRANK a MILT RITTON Ftra BOB HCMC (o "BeUyhac ,,.. WITH I.OEW'8 "ACE" VAUDEVILLE TODAY uatea Broaawav . nera uaaia, Na Man al Har Own; Dick, Edith lartteei TOIIAT ON LOEW'S PERFECT TALKING SCREENS TODAY .rV;:;,. ",:,1''. riatousn-Tllden AVJ.EDW. O. ROKINSON, SILVER DOLLAR- One nn. V". ? f'TKIN, Pitkin At Saratoga EDW. O. ROBINSON. SILVER DOLLAR One nlnl EVECYN HERBERT WALTER. WOOLF HAL S KELLY EVERETT MARSHAU JEANNE AUBER.T A GEORGE HOJSrOJI Muale by Slcmund Romberr. Book by Edw. Childe Carpenter. I.vrlca by Irvine. Caeiar Pop. Price Mil. Today, Tom'w, Sun. S. Ilurok vrearnta Podrerea'a THE PICC0LIK,'NN,rST misicu. 1 llU 1 '""novelty IN TOWN tVERV EVENINO. INC SUNDAY, at R: IS LYKIC Thea., Weak 4-'d St. MATS. II P.M. ... UJIIK KH'F'3 WE, THE PEOPLE "Violently Intereatlnf ." Ilammnnrl, P,ef. Trlh. EMPIRE. B'wav at 40th SI. Tel. pe. fl-!mo Evi. 11:211 aharp. Mala. Wed. Ji Sal., :30 Prlrea Sat. 8HURERT Thee.. W. 44 SI. Eva. 1:311. Mtl,2:M Goodbye again i una or,OOD PEBRINS. SALI.Y BATES ! MASlll E, W. 4-ith St. Eva. S:4n. LA.4 H018 Mali. Wed, and Sal. Baraaln Bale., II, II M ! ti i(Tu i r7t ' MARTHA GRAHAM mm in tit 1 1th Onturr Miracle plays ! wllh PAI L IEYSft.r. ALMA ' hlil (.tR and Caat ill ("rlv CI II O Thea., TONICMT: alia Sun.. F'b. H Tlrbrlt (I. Ill te S.t.SO at llul Olllre BEATRICEI CLARK & ... 1,1 1. LIE ' ( l l l.Ot r.n Walk a little faster ST. JAMES Thea.. W. 44th St. LAe. 4-4R4 r.vre. :4.. Mala. Wed. aV Nat.. 60e te ft JOHN fllll.DEN preenta When ladies meet Ry RACHEL CROTIII RS ROYAI.E. W. 4A St. Eva. S:40 CO, l-) Cll. 4-IH4I. Mata. Wed. Sat. ,'uc 10 YIDDISH ART THprr2dA,t4,m Tonlfht. Sat. Sua. Wed. Eva. Mali. Sat.. Sun. ,l';,.r,;;r,,M "yoshe kalb- "Will hold you 'WllrwutTri,' tirliifit1. World -TH. Tirkrti ftVftllabla IhriiuRh fell agencies Billu Mutthii't Flatbuih Ave. Et. NEvlna S-7120 I MATINEE DAILY 35,. 5QC 0RCHt81RA SEATS t ' Balcony 55r. Evea. (Inel. Sat.) ?."c lo SI I SATURDAY MIKNK.HT t t t Rhuw Cumlimfil lint Pvrlttrmeri t t HurHu twtl fiwifflia'i ApoVo Btirtr.equt t t tint Htllv Mltttky't nrtwklyn 4 t t 'Hint .Hlmi'i nt 1 Mi'hirt Prtrr j BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF ML'SIO Lireat Adventurera Series Eour Sunday Nlrhte Feb. A Iiwell Thomaa Frb. I'l Sir Hubert Wilklns Feb. ID Frailer Hunt Frb. 2 Klovd Glhhone Tliketa al 6',c R.'ic SI. I II Serlee Bai Olllae Oavt. Tai. Inel. Cheaper BraMlthMB . . . lARAMOUNT.tDVK.7k I 7iiS(ra"ltl4indefLostSoul" WHIlt t lugen HOWARD Sitti t KublnotT in all loff Revue BROOKLYN HOIItST SHOW m BROOKIVN "HOT PEPPER" LOWE McLACLEN VELEZ PICK INS SISTfRS IACK PFPPFR LOEW'S BREVOORT, Brvoort-B frd. WALLACE BEERY, Flenh LOEW'S CENTURY. Nostrand-P kslde Evenlnn lor Sale. H. Marahal " I R . StrlI Utrepht .ur.w'N nEiiFiiKD, Bedford-BerRcn. LOEW'S KA.MEO. E P kway-Nostrand LOEW'S ALPINE. 69th and Fifth... CLARK CABLE in "No Ma. of Her 0w." Larolt Lombard Dorothy M.ckaill and Mlekey Moae. Comedy LOEW'S (KRnoKr.rt iFrTDnDm ITIU Fulton and LIRUrUUIftlt llvlng.ta. Streata IVI IRENE DUNNE ill "Th Secret of Madame Blanc - , , with LUIS RUSSELL Slaia Lonnie Inn Revue and ORCH. ethara . . 1 JmUJCOI w'jJFDOUG. FAIRB) ELL la "PABACHITE . B.ooTTT? FAIRBANKS. "PARACHl'TE JUMPER" FEATURE FILMS SHOWING TODAY ''mitf Vewcte.X'e a the kcrae Alaaander ORAV Al Barbara Stanyb Barnlce CLAIRE "The Bitter Tea Vanaaal'JImmvSaval el General Yen" Bal.55e(Mae'tafrl) SmalilnlParmltted BAY RIDGE SECTION ana acanei oaws BEDFORD SECTION S..oy. Bedlord A, ,P1 Atr:d V."Ta,k.,':,;,.8r.eh,eIor ToZ, BOROUGH HALL AND DOWNTOWN SECTION i nmoeriano, uumDeriand a Fulton. . Maak f Fi. M.i. .1 Duitiele). uultieia 61 Fulton 8U. ... Fv,inV. rJ. ? h T" ' ("WB Cr)r MomarL 590 Fulton St.. . ,, """ 'or.s1?- I" Secret, ol I he French Pollea) S,.Ge.r,,PI.,h.u.fcl00P,n..Dn,...,l;enorekHr. DHIfUTON BEACH SECTION T...d..O.Plt,.0T.BrlhtonL..To. Bu.y .,, .. glh, "I'SHWICK SECTION Colonial, Bro.dw.TCh.unce, St.. End., c.CT Man. .1.. Boek.by. ir.uvv.-v HEIGHTS SECTION Mouthful, elan Penraln Pool Morder aaare. alao Man'a Land Manchu. alee l atewa New Terk FLATBIISH SECTION G.:no4d?4"5cPl!;,:l, v ir m"- "' LeadeT.Coney I.1. Ay -Newklrlt Ay.. n,,, ,1,. Flhtln lor Ju.tle. rarkalile. Platbuah : Parkald. Avi. . Nlr.nl After Nlibt, alao Guilty or Not Guilty AVENI E I) SECTION venue U Theater. Av. D E. 16 8t Air Mall, alao Parlalan Romano. PARK SLOPE SECTION Carlton. Flatbuah da 7th Ay. To. Buay t. Work Sport Farad. Conre.a,m. John'a Pl.-Buffalo A. . Yo Said a M Emnreae. Emmre Blvd.-Bklyn Ay. ... one wi. V... Blver..8t. John iPI. at Klnaston Ay. . Maak of F. Otvty Seven Couplet Left tit World's Champion. hip Marathon Danee TONIGHT SPEED SPRINTS (.1 ' J4J LAPS RIDGEWOOD GROVE. Wvrkoll Ave., Hrooklvn Daily Breedceite WEVD S 4 P. M. AI.BFE PROSPFCI KEVMORE MAIMNON TIYKFR RUTHS TII.VOII AlheeHqiiare Irr. Ornii, Hernut nnlre "The Bitter Tee af Oanar? Yail win Bt.-nin AV. f KHti a'i jamea uunn in HANDLE WITH CARE" uniirrn-riatnuan Jamea Dune la "handle WITH CARE." .lib El Brandal Mvrtle-Wvckoll Jam.. Ouna In "HANDLE WITH CARE," lth (I Brandal 6th St nr flth Ave t frntrea 'HANDLE WITH CARE' 4 -APRAIO TO TALK Richmond Hill I fratnrr 'HANDLE WITH CARE' 4 AFRAID TO TALe opp Bteepleehaae f Yaturee "HANDLE WITH CARE" 4 "Manhattan Teer' ni aiinii h , B'way-Howard f r'enlurea HANDLE WITH CRE' 4 'AFRAID TO TALK ORFFNPOINT 25Manh nAv. t Vllrr 'HANDLE WITH CARE' 4 'AFRAID TO TALK OIIFllll M Pillion At Rockwell feuarea "AFRAIO TO TALK" 4 "OFFICER IJ" SIIOHE ROAD BlSth Bt.-5th Ay. toiluic "0IRL FROM CALQARV" 4 "RACINO STRAIN'S OPENS TONIGHT JF.NMK ;OI.ISIKIN in THE STRUCCLE FOR A MOTHER" -aS.J JS ,a0 iv, i l f,,l. M.if A Eaalera Farhway HA. aed L jeha 1 PI, Dni I AWn THEATRE Vbaantlay H Patio, Flalhuah Mlownod ... "UNDER COVER MAN" 4 "BENEATH THE SEAS" Klnaay,K!nKHKV -Coney Ial Ay. . "HANDLE WITH CARE" 4 ' AFRAID TO TALK" Albemarle. Flatbuah A, Alheniarle Dre..ler end Maran. "PROSPERITY," alia Laurel 4 Hard Firraaul. Flatbush Ay.-Forraut Rd "THREE ON A MATCH" 4 "TROUBLE IN PARAOlM ' Marine. Flalbuah Ay. A Kinea Hay . . "PROSPERITy." al.. Jean Blendell. "CENTRAL PARK" Mavfalr. Coney Ial. Av rV Ave U . "THE PFN0UIN POOL MURDER" 4 "Beneath the eea Avalnn. Ktnaa Hiry. At E. lflthHt . William Halnaa la "FAST LIFE." alee Roth I Mine leeled heeBhead. Sheen Bay Ai Voor. Ay . . ."THE PrNOUIN POOL MUROfS." 4 "Beneath Ihe Sea." Mldnood. Ave. J At E. 13th Bt "UNDER COVFR MAN." with Baa. Raft 4 Laurel A Haref Hlallo. Flalhuah Av. Ai Ave C "THE OLD DARK HOUSE" 4 "THE BIO STAMPEDE'' Meoer, Oouey Ial. AV. da Ave. K 'SHERLOCK HOLMES" 4 "WILD ROSSI MUA" .

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