The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on August 6, 1963 · Page 8
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The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut · Page 8

Bridgeport, Connecticut
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Tuesday, August 6, 1963
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I EIGHT THE BRIDGEPORT POST, TUESDAY, AUGUST '6, 1963. MTANDGtU, Lost Times Today--Mai Door. Open 1 P.M. ft 6 P.M. COME BLOW YOUR HORN STARTS ''.mtmaiillfLLl' · AIR-CONDITIONED· MAT.--DOORS OPEN 1 P.M. EVE.-DOORS OPEN « P.M. SAT. --Cont. From 4)30 P.M. SUN.-DOORS OPEN 1 TM. Passing Show --By Fred Russell Conried Scores At Playhouse Hans Conried makes a good comedy seem even beller with his portrayal of the father in "Take Her, She's Mine," current attraction at (ho Westport Country Playhouse. Written by Phoebe and Henry Ephron, this comedy had a successful run on Broadway and its revival on the summer circuit is one of the highlights of the sea- con. The play should appeal strongly to any parent who has ever sent a daughter off to college. In this case the daughter goes all the way from Southern California (o a women's college in Massachusetts--handy to Dartmouth, Yale and Harvard. In a way the play is episodic as it keeps flashing back and forth between the parents' home in the West Coast and the girl's activities in New England. It is well written and a lot of fun to watch. Tanya Everett Is vivacious and charming as Ihe college student daughter. Irene Hervey registers effectively as her mother. And Heidi Murray does well as the younger daughter of household. Also contributing to the ning's pleasure, are Anthony Roberts. Nancy Douglas, William Ade, Dail Forsythe, Don Marialt and Bill Steele. George Abbott directed in settings created by Leo B. Meyer. "Take Her, She's Mine" will continue at the Westport Country Playhouse through Saturday night. Tomorrow afternoon there will be a matinee, to be proceeded by a fashion show. Blanche Yurka Shines At White Barn Blanche Yurka in a collection Theater Time Table Get More Out 01 Life . . . Go Out To A Movie BEVERLY--"Come Blow Your Horn" at 2:00, 7:00, 9:30. Shorts at 1:30, 6:30, 9:00. CANDLELITE-P1X T W I N DRIVE-IN--"Gathering of Eagles" at 10:00. "Man from the Diner's" Club at 8:20. CAPITOL (Milford) -- "It Happened at the World's Fair" at 2:00, 9:00. "Come Fly With Me" at 3:45, 7:15. v CENTER DRIVE-IN -- Shorts at 8:35. "Mutiny on the Bounty" at 9:15. COMMUNITY -- "Spencer's Mountain" at 2:20, 6:45, 9:05. "Killers of the Swamp" at 2:00, 6:30, 8:45. COUNTY CINEMA--"Love Me, Love Me" at 7:00, 9:30. "Irma la Douce" at-7:10, 9:40. FINE ARTS (Westport) -"Come Blow Your Horn" at 2:00, 7:15, 9:25. HI-WAY -- "Longest Day" at 1:30, 8:00. Shorts at 1:15, 7:30. LOEW'S POLI--"The Slave" at 2:35, 6:00, 9:20. "Drums of Africa" at 1:00, 4:25. 7:50. MERRITT-"P-T 109" at 2:15, 6:30, 9:09. MILFORD DRIVE-IN -- "Summer Magic" at 8:40. "Man Who Knew Too Much" at 10:35. NORWALK DRIVE-IN--Shorts at 8:30. "Irma la Doucr" at 9:15; NORWALK THEATER--Shorts at 2:00, 7:00, 9:33. "Irma la Douce" at 2:15, 7:15, 9:45. RIVOLI -- "The Fast Set" 12:45, 3:40, 6:45, 9:45. "The Twilight Girls" 2:20, 5:25, 8:25. STRATFORD--"Great Escape" at 1:45, 8:15. WEST END -- " D a m a g e d Goods" at 7:05, 9:55. "Cry Tough" at 8:30. MR-CONDITIONED nit* fAucnto mi or THEM* TOMORROW ACAOSMY AWARD WUhjtH ItiT tCTIEll LESLIE CIHI MATINEE* DAILY, MON. THRU Fftl. AT 1 P.M.--EVES. CONTIN rBOM ·!!· P.M. -- lAT.i tUN. CONTIN. FROM 1 P.M. Th« Motion Picture That Broke All Attendance Records At Rodio City N.Y. HELD * 4th Final OVER W««kl ··.- *S»x is not a forbidden word! of scenes from plays in which she has appeared provided Sunday night's attraction at the While Barn theater in Weslport. It takes an actress with real talent to take over a practically bare slage and keep an audience amused and intrigued for an evening. This one-woman show "These 1 Have Loved," by Miss Y u r k a is a theatrical treat t h a t is kept ·· South- Padifjel-Wr MRXimte-BfiOaPUERS'CttLYWURINUKi ttMtMtt*MnMM4«*iMkiltlMfOnES · JtWKAU1 NflttJCTWl great performing skill and per- i irr nnnroTonki»*· »«'·»»« H* Urn KUbtK oUN ««",·«»«« ^'-WHISOIH MSGRWROWRICUIPH · Plui Added Short Fe»lurelles -- Color! NIXT! "MUTINV ON THE BOUNTV" -- Celerl not only in Ihe continental United States, but in Alaska and Ha- LAST TIMES TODAY r- SHOWS AT 1 ;30 8:00 HUH THESE . "art »TE IHIOIfMTS: "m in Hinit" ·kurtFUnir has selected cover a wide MAT DOORS OPEN 1 P.M. TUC I AUfiCCT llflV Hit LUIUlCd! Uttl of subjects and call for diverse EVE-DOORS OPEN. 7 P.M. emotions. She meets the challenge with an ease and authority that 378-0014 THEATRE is a pleasure to watch. Her program included the opening scene and the Urn scene from "Electra" by Sophocles; the Nurse's Garden scene from NOW BOSTON AVE., BRIDGEPORT STRATFORD LINE FRK PARKING C T A D T C TrtM'lAf MAT. -- DOOM o p «n i P.M 9 I AK 19 I \Jrn W Misanthrope" by Moliere; Lady EVE.-- Door, Open, e P.M Bracknell from "The Importance MATINHS TUES. THLJRS. 2 P EVENINGS tiom J PM-rSUH. from 2 PH From "Mourning Becomes Elcc ENDS TONIGHT--- FRANK SINATRA in "COME BLOVV YOUR HORN" TOMORROW . . . EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT! "ONE OF THE DISTINGUISHED DRAMAS OF THE YEAR . . . * * * * , HIGHEST RATING!" Later Miss Yurka is taking her J3NST DICK. ANN- MuURfieN.BW JffiSE .ED where she will appear at the off Broadway Stage 73. Cape Canaveral's monthly electric hill averages 5145,000. m«S QPHt 12:45 m - UST fUlllt 8:20ira Stratford theatre T^-, FEARIEM U»DER W THESwyes! STEVE REEVES THESLflVE Air Conditioned --Exit 32 Exclusive Area Showing Saturday and Sunday Continuous from 1:30 P.M. *'i M- THE SOU OF SPflRTACUS Weekdays At 1 :30 and 8 P.M. OANMAlfflN GBUUMMFAGE VIHTEMIMIBIX Dally -- Air Con«1. mm clotTM mi JUKS TOE STM 4AMES RICH/lflO MCQUEEN mm ILLffl PANAVJSION MUIMQ TX1U IFIIIII jI Every Wednesday Fabul»u» Family- Fun Today »'t HtNRT POXM MAUREEK O' James MacArthur Donald Crisp COLUMBIA PICTURES . AJERRYBRESLER Next Attraction - "TOYS IN THE ATTIC at BARNUM COFFEE SHOP and PINK ELEPHANT LOUNGE Starts Wed. lit RUN PREMIERE SHOWCASI -- FREE PLAYGROUND DAILY MATINEES -- STARTS WEDNESDAY'-AT BOTH THEATRES 4 STAR RATING--BEST SINCE STALAG 1 THE GREAT ADVENTURE BEGINS WITH Spectacular ' Scenic- Hear Jimmy fe' ren , See Other Large Adr choicB of JUICE or SOUP choice at CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE MARINO'S CAVATELLI MARINO'S RAVIOLI LONDON BROIL BROILED LOBSTER TAIL SALAD VEGETABLE POTATO Al* CONDITIONED mKim'wrr-IMJNNHI ScreenplavWRuth Brooks Fliooen 2ND HIT! JD ° EEEY TWO TICKETS TO PARIS ELVIS PRKSLBY IT HAPPENED AT THE WORLD'S FAIR" O'DrlDIl, Dolores Hurl COME FLY 'WITH MI" WED.--"The Gnat E«cape MIRISCH COMWNY.,.,. STEVE MCQUEEN JAMES GARNER RICHARD AHENBOROUGH Sun. Fr. 2 Exit 25 TpK TOMORROW EVE. "HKST .UIH1UCAX OF IflIJi" -- T I M E MAG. 1ST TIME AT POPULAR PRICES tiammsm II A.M.-8 P.M. DAVID LISA TRUE...TURBULENT...TREMENDOUS! PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS MARINO'S HOME MADE BREAD Host John LeCordo s 'THE GREAT ESCAPE AN UNUSUAL LOVE STORY * * * -k - DAILY NEWS WRISCH COMPANY- EDWM) LAl?f RSO(i 8WTU£f LEMKON NaelBlNE ON THE .SAME PROGRAM WITH 'A TASTE OF HONEY' PLUS THIS WONDERFUL STORY OF A DOG Such i liny dog to create such a BIG fuss! ^WALTDISNETS BOBBY STARTS TODAY ADULTS ONLY BILLY WILOER'S DOUSE UBJECTS "Words lire not cnuugli lei I rue qual.ily iin( clfiijucnce of this film." __ _ _ Crowlher, N.Y. Timei NDS TOMITE. DAMAOED GOODS Jk CRY PLUS SHORT SUBJ ADM. TKI P«rf. Only II* EXIT 14 CONN. TPKE. START! WEDNESDAY Dltncy'l "SUMMER MASIC" FILNIED IN ULTRA PANAVISIDN TD'-'-TECrmiCOiOH'..· AM ARCOL* PICTURE tee Our Other Adi. This Page for Curr»nt Prog ram* FAIRWAY**TM*TM WAGON WHEEL THIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 9rh 25 JS EAST MAIN STREET -- Phon* 3JS-5430 FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED WEDNESDAY 5 to 9 P.M. H 0 O T E N A N N Y DELUXE FAMILY! HOT and COLD Breaded' Vi.) Cull.l $1.00 Bre«d«d Fried Shrimp $1.00 Roait Sirloin Beef . . $1.00 Deep Sen Scallopi . $1.00 Broiled Hum Stenlc .. $1.00 Fried Ipswich Clumi $1.00 MORE ITEMS TO CHOOSE, FROM Above Itemi Served with Soup, Totted S»I»d -- Cole SUw -- B«ked Potato or Fr. Friei Weddinf Dinners -- Full Court* $2.50 Roait Beef or Chicken -- Accommodations 700 Peopln featuring Joy Mann Joan Meyer The Cannon trot. The Ramblers Threa Bob Carey Bob Porter STARTS 8:30-- COME AS YOU ARE Admission $1.20 Per Penon DANCING BETWEEN HOOTENANNY I FII.UT.JUK.i 1 MIT. Bn. Hn W. I1il · \\» Ira. IM. tVM-UI ttnot » P BUFFET WEDNESDAY FROM 6 to 9 P.M. '3.25 -- *2.25-2^V

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