The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on December 25, 1940 · 15
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The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida · 15

Miami, Florida
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Wednesday, December 25, 1940
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-T WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 25 1940 THE 'HERALD' MIAMI FLORIDA PAGE FIFTEEN— A Who fro GGED —i'v )f THIS Yuletide holds no greater beauty no more dazzling wonder than this edifice Spun out of steel and stone into the perfect realization of a dream it becomes yours tomorrow Let it be your haven for happiness for laughter for the ultimate in entertainment Opening Today At 12:45 P M Paramount’s 17 K1 E EVu D& Lincoln Road at Washington Ate Miami Beach — Air Conditioned — Ph 5-0996 A THEATRE OF DISTINCTION to suit the discriminating street it graces There are luxurious seats deeply carpeted lobby foyer and lounges telesonic hearing aids !- the finest sound and projection facilities and an elaborately equipped stage Truly it is "One of America's Finest" A theatre offering incomparable stage and screen attractions ON THE STAGE At 1:20—4:00—6:50—9:35 GALA HOLIDAY SHOW 5 r GEORGES and JALNA "America's Foremost Dance Team " COOKIE BOWERS Comedian and Impressionist TOMMY TRENT Puppeteer Direct From Radio City Music Hall — AND — It's Tommy Tucker Time With TOMMY TUCKER And His Famous Orchestra Featuring AMY ARNELL "Swanee Sweetheart" KERWIN SOMMERVILLE "fforelty Singer" DONALD BROWN "Romantic Baritone" VOICES THREE "Rhythm Trio" ON THE SCREEN tttt BANG-UP LAUGH Of ALL TIME SHOly rW W "Physically yoa art a wasta of skin mentally yen’rt a Dead End Kid socially yon’ra in outcast and that's only synopsis!’ No J5& Btfjj SWiv- £w"a '' Mother y°ur ' n I teJnilf"ig 00 BACK iS Direct from World Premiere At New YorU’s Paramount Theatre A Paramount Picture with MARY MARTIN' ROCHESTER THE MERHr MACS - radio’s renowned rhythm-makers just one of the reasons why "Love ThyNeighbor” is the music shew of all music shows! 'h FOR ALL MIAMI I Congratulations Miami upon the acquisition of your new beautiful BEACH THEATRE It marks another step forward in establishing your beautiful city as the gayest resort city in the country And double congratulations Miamians on the opportunity to enjoy this line-up of Paramount hits every one of them coming soon to the new Beach Theatre I Don't Miss These Paramount Hits Coming Soon to the Beach Theatre and to All Miami I - Fred’s Best Yet ’cause He’s Get Paulette I Fred Astaire Paulette Goddard “SEC0NDCH0RUS” wMi ARTIE SHAW and His Band Charles Butterworth Burgess Meredith by SOItlS MOtOS IHmM by H C MM Big os the Heart of Dixie and Just as Beautiful! Madeleine Carroll Fred MacMurray “VIRGINIA” m TECWMCOIOI wMi Stirling Hoyden Helen Broderick Marie Wilson Carolyn Lee Aiduted and Deeded kif Idward H Ortfhdi Racing Action Roaring Thrills! Richard Dix Patricia Morison Preston Foster “THE ROUNDUP” Betty Brewer Don Wilson A HAttY SHttMAM Pedctjgn Deeded St latlty lelander Conrad’s Greatest Thriller of the South Se as! Fredric March Betty Field in JOSEPH CONRAD'S “VICTORY” (AN ISLAND TALC) with SIR CEDRIC HARDWICKE nd Aron Cpwan $rg Rumen Piwdad br Mm OemweH Thrills with the Men Who Meet Danger on America’s Front Line of Defense! “I WANTED WINGS” Ray Milland Wayne Morris William Holden Brian Donlovy CwuNwcb Mer Verenke lVa Evt Rite Adam ft fj Hifarlousf Barbara Stanwyck Henry Fonda “THE LADY EVE” PmtM Siwgc’Mtw Hit with Charles Cobum Eric Blore Eugene Pallette WriHwwPwcb bybtib Slriw’ The Biggest Musical Thrill of the Year! “The HARD-BOILED CANARY’ P Allan Jones Susanna Foster ttS Stan wt lb Wunphn Opnrm itwwt h4 ObCS b t St9m "Oh Johnnie" Bonnie and Orrin in Their First Screen Hitt Bonnie Baker Orrin Tucker n4 Hi Orchatlra' “YOU’RE THE ONE” ttb JERRY COLONNA Lillian Cornell Albert Dekker Edward Everett Horton Teddy Hart ObMS by It lull MWr WrffNn and Nduwd br Owe Mackwy V $ Henry’s up to his neck in! trouble again! The Aldrich Family in “LIFE WITH HENRY’ - JACKIE COOPER Leila Ernst Eddie Bracken r’—— m4 DMtM byJnTbHSvSMS That "Road to Singapore ” Trio Hits the Road Again! Bing Crosby Bob Hope Dorothy Lamour “The ROAD to ZANZIBAR” DNdad ky Vkr tetadsifar '' 11 r- - v 1 it ': icmeii ® a® irumQtmmmmm Tl

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