Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on January 10, 1941 · 19
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a a a 4 - i - C12113 - --Extra t—— - PLUTO THE PUP "PLUTO'S DREAM HOUSE" riA 7ni NO Rat OJIN ghtallt 0 ADINIt 110110011 k Mtn CAllintg V Al 4 Afvov4x 017MT1 "This picture brings to the naked eye the continued spread of war and a world actually on fire under dictators on the march It is a timely warning" HON JESSE JONES Sec of Commerce "Thrilling magnificent!" —William Allen White noted editor "None who has an opportunity to see it should fail to do so! —Hon Sam Rayburn Speaker U S House of Representatives AMERICA a whirling swirling musical joy-spreet 0d FRED PAULETT' E D ASTAIREGODDA R homed Picteis wit!' ARTIE SHAW Arjr CHARLES BUTTERWORTH BURGESS MEREDITH the star-studded: laugh-loaded motion picture that spells even greater entertainment than the SRO play that inspired it! 'Jolla HALLIDAY Mary NASH Ifirgisto WEIDLER girt111 OVUM 0611EN STEWART ginned by SUNNI 01101 Pleases by hospb Monkirokt 4 MIDNITE SATURDAY A LAUGH SENSATION "THIS THING CALLED LOVE'S Rosalind Russell—Melvyn Douglas The meeting of two heavyweights on the comeback trail—Edward Comiskey and Lou Nova—will be described by Sam Taub and Bill Stern 10:30 P Ti Henry Dusses Orchestra Music in 1941 style by "Hot Lips" Busse 1 i C t C 1 a I E I Is )a 1 r r il VC hf 01 I 1:1 Comparison Finds Movie Ahead of Stage Version of I 1 The Philadelphia Story' t - : BY KATHERINE HOWARD - There are two mighty big reasons Why "The Philadelphia - Story" makes a better movie than it did a stage play— Cary Grant and James Stewart They are sufficient reasons to con- in Flames" said he hoped no one vince any dyed-in-the-wool movie in America would be "too busy to Ian give it 62 minutes of his time?' willinm Allen White the famed t vince any Ian give it 62 minutes of his time?' This modern generation of movie- William Allen White the famed lb qt goers may not have the proper ap- Kansas editor went even further: predation of the legitimate theater "If I had a million dollars I would —but how could it be expected to put it (The World in Flames) in I: have? Reared on a movie diet with every theater in the United States" onlv an occasional stage play to The - opportunity to see it will Z keep up their taste for the living come Saturday at the Palace - : theater their eyes and ears are at- From 10000000 feet of newsreel :- tuned to the medium of the screen history Albert J Richard editor4- We reiterate then that The in-chief - of ParamounA Newsreel Philadelphia Story" is better as a made a graphic story of world : movie You can see it Saturday at events from 1929 to 1910 His work the Worth and decide for yourself represents the choicest 7000 feet from all that he had at his command THE COMPARISON It is guaranteed to jar even the The pace of tne movie is nat so most indifferent neutraL fast as that of the stage play nor are the lines so risque But the story AT THE DANCELAND t is still as pungent as Philip Barry Pork Chops and his Gay Old New wrote it Orleans Revue will put on an eight- It is full of "innundoes" as Dinah act floor show at Sully Mont: Lord the brat sister would put it gomery's Danceland Hemphill and 4 After seeing Katharine Hepburn Magnolia Saturday evening Cor- 4 : as star of both the stage and screen nell Cantrell plays for dancing :' versions there is no doubt in our mind that she shows to a much Homer Ladd Elected a greater advantage on the screen Homer W Ladd of Fort Worth Here at the Majestiee last vigo week she vice president of the Ladd Furniture flung herself about so rously and Carpet Company Friday was that you felt someone should have a new ctirector of the National Re- cautioned her to take it a little tail Furniture Association He was FRIDAY JANUARY 10 1941 easier Director George Cukor has done just that and the result has been that she gives the kind of performance which brought the New York Critics Circle ta name it as the best by an actress in 1940 The accent has been toned down and the vitality regimented Benefited by Adrian's gowns Miss Hepburn with her shock of tawny hair - and her unusual facial structure appears as a very desirable and striking girl Without being confined to a couple of sets the camera has teen allowed to roam impressively through Main Line mansions estates and stables and show how the upper" half lives That is something that never fails to impress John Q Public The otker advantages of the movie over the stage play are to be found in the cast of Roland Young as the worldly Uncle Willie: Vircnnia Weidler as the brat sister John Halliday as the nhilanderinc father Ruth Hussey as the girl photographer and John Howard as the politically-minded roue FEW PLOT CHANGES The riot bas been changed only slightly The screen play has James Stewart the 'writer end Miss Hussey the photogranher for "Dime" ard "cloy" magazines getting into the exclusive Lord hame in Philadelphia - by blackmail methods to corer the second wedding of Tracy Lord tcv Politician George Kittredge Grant- v-ho - plays the first husband C K Dexter Haven has agreed to get the magazine representatives into the home if the publisher in turn will not print a story ebout the relaVonshin of Seth Lord husband and "litular" head of the family with Tina 'llara the dancer In its review of the movie Lire Maga7ine whose toes have obviously been stepped Ors makes some interesting comments: - "In any screen Year The Philadelphia Story would belong among the best funny pictures Its people are recognizable as human beings They drink they make mistakes They discuss their feelings They even discuss such ideas as class differences and decide there aren't any All this makes for adult entertainment But in one respect The Philadelphia Story' is childish Part of its plot is based on the naive assumption that 'nice people' didn't read picture magazines that the 'right sort' don't Allow themselves to be photographed that editors get -picture stories by blackmail Philip Barry knows better" When Tracy Lord catches Uncle Willie reading Spy Magazine she scornfully demands: "Who reads this filthy thing—your cook?" In the movie unlike the stage playzMiss Hepburn is by no means the whole show Grant and Stewart ere perfect In the events leading up to and including the midnight swirn after a - champagne party Sewart couldn't be beat But Miss Hepburn has accomplished the thing she set out to do with both movie and stage play She has made the showmen who labeled her ' boxofrice poison eat their words and rue the day they were ever so uncomplimentary -- RECOMMENDED President Roosevelt speaking of the documentary movie "The World STARTS TODAY! I It Homer Ladd Elected Homer W Ladd of Fort Worth vice president of the Ladd Furniture and Carpet Company Friday was a new director of the National Retail Furniture Association He was elected at the association's annual meeting in Chicago where the organization pledged itself to guard against unwarranted price rises during the national defense program Bud and Lou Intervened in Girl Fight 10 Years Ago---and Never Did Let Go! BY JIMMIE FIDLER HOLLYWOOD Jan 10—Here's a plan I heard about: Artie Shaw will go to New York or completion of his Palladium engagement here !Lana Turner will be vacationing in the same city: Artie end Lana will Ireconcile there Watch for it! !The Bill Holden-Paramount tiff is !ended he didn't get his salary tilted 1 Betty Grab le and Agent Vic 'Orcatti are the latest coosome 1 1 Is everything okay with the Morton Downeys? This pillar doesn't !think so Wallace Beery who 1 landed emong the top 10 box office stnrs this year (he's been in the !movies 31 years) is talking of retirement while he's hot Rita I Hayworth has turned blond! 6 !Ida Lupin° is looking for a pub-!Usher to take over the biography !she penned on Stanley Lupin° her !famous Ent lish-comedian dad 4 Arthur Farnsworth Bette Davis' !groom is pulling strings to get a !California aviation post ses to be !near his bride Eight of the !drum majorets in the Rose Bowl Iparade are getting MGM screen tests I An eyebrow raiser is the fact that two days before Alice White !revealed she'd been secretly married i for two months she collected her !weekly alimony check from ex-husband Cy Bartlett 1 Who else has noticed that Paulette !Goddard and ArAtol Litvak work! ing simultaneously on the Warners !lot aren't evening lunching together? The Don 117ilsons pooh-pooh those rift rumors Scar!lett Knight new RK0 eyeful is ilaid up with a cut Achilles tendon !result of a studio accident 'Eddie (in Hollywood) Norris and Simone tin New York) Simon are adding to the telephone company's revenue Hmmmm that WB biggie has been indigo since Lola iLane's marriage! ! --- t In 20-odd years of Hollywood re-!porting I've run across some unusual love stories but here's the topper for them all Ten years ego Bud Abbott and Lou Costello were I starding backstage in a Washington D C theater minding their Own 1 i business when two of the troupe's A ----- -- G 'TARA NTEE it While you shop have your car washed and Electrolux eleanod 7r Guaranteed two days against C rain Wash or crease I rain Wash or grease NATIENTIE 1 i ROTH FOR $125 1: Gas 7 Gals Bronze $100 1 r Germ Processed Oil 5 Qts $125 tErtel's Conoco Service 4th and Lamar I Phone 2-0289 Two Blocks west Monnio's eimmlaawlerw 431 we aocumentary movie "The World !AL - t! The Picture Tells Good-Story Too -- :-' t - --"ulta-‘mv-rifeiro--4-— : 1 -: ':' 4 os : I 'Cl : 1 ( I I I i1:: 8Iii It - - ''i r 4- 1 t- -: 4 - 4! :::: : :::4 11 'ir J- )-1k 1 4 t $---1 "'"'"s r t::jiit' t:'1' Looks as if the cameraman for Spy magazine sort of caught some of the Philadelphia Main-liners with their mouths open Starting Tomorrow! IME !chorines started an argument After I several minutes of verbal barrage which grew steadily more devastating the young ladies started swapping slaps At this Messrs Abbott land Costello intervened—Bud grabbed one girl Lou the other They never let go! The belligerents are ! now Mrs Abbott and Mrs Costello— !and incidentally the best of friends! — 1 MEMORIES—When Cowbov' Star Ben Wilson trying to ride an unruly bronc lost his toupe and was Iso burned by the troupe's glee that I he refused to face the cameras iagain that day When Mickey I Rooney then 13 gloorrv?d that 'while a pint-sized kid might do all 'right in pictures an undersized 'adult wouldn't have a chance I When John Gilbort then at the peak I of his wealth and fame used to send the ladies of his heart not a mere lbouquet but an entire delivery truck full of flowers When Norman Kerry stripped off his shirt in the fashionable Montmarte Cafe to show a skeptical lady-interviewer the tattooing on his virile chest - When Jack Oakie playing in a football thriller with a team of All-Americans pulled a rib the !first time he was tackled and had I to have a double BELLS AND NO-BELLS—Bells to: Clark Gable and Carole Lombard who while visiting a friend in the hospital were informed by the 1: nurse that other patients on the FORT WOR1111:1 STAR-TELEGRAM-EVENING S WHITE 30 THEATER HEAT EE Pro pHILL Open 6 :45 to 1100 P M Si ARGAIN NIGHT St 10C-100-15e PIP II "Each Dawn I Die LIIKC E4 1 Its one of the punch scenes from the movie "The Philadelphia Story" which opens Satdrday at the Worth Seen in the floor were excited about their call— and took time out to visit every patient Veteran Character Actor Leonid Kinsky for-devoting two nights weekly without pay to coaching prorriising beginners Wendy Barrie and Nina ' Orla for chipping in to buy three dozen uniforms for a Girl Scout troupe NO BELLS to: Dr Gaylord Hauser who's reaped a publicity harvest by his attentions to Garbo for smashing a photographer's camera when the lensman attempted to snap them on a recent public appearance HOLLYWOOD AFTER DARK— Hair Stylist Sidney Guilaroff adding magic touches to girl-friend Ann Rutherford's coiffure when it goes on a rampage while dancing Eleanor Powell and Dan Daily Jr (so that Merrill Pye romance really did fade) reading a road map by their ear's headlights when lost en route to a valley party Diana Lewis browsing through an art exhibit iIe hubby William Powell nonchantly scans a detective magazine Aviation enthusiasts Bob Taylor and Jimmy Stewart sketching James Cagney George Raft and Jane Bryan Saturday: The Shadow" Ends Tonite: 'The Great Plane Robbery' a a a I - 4r? picture here are left' to right Jams Stewart Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn proposed air excursions on a tablecloth If you saw W C Field's new comedy The Bank Dick" perhaps you noticed that Mahatma Kane Jeeves was given author's credit Now many people know the story was actually written by Fields but what they may not know is how the bulbous-nosed star came to select that non-de-plume If you repeat the name slowly you'll discover it is really one of W C's favorite expressions: "My hat my cane Jeevesr she Atos AO' AA 11 4o vtat ODD VA Dancing—Adm 20c Person I FA Music Furnished P 1 04 P rotate Din-ing Rooms $ A W RONE Owner A 1 I 4 Miles Out on Jacksboro Highway A owameg bmhx1 woN o o ! "ln T 177 DANCELAND $ r 1 HEMPHILL AND MAGNOLIA TON ITE CORNELL CANTRELL ORM Extra Added: Pork Chops and His Gay Ole New Orleans Colored Revue 8 Big Acts Floor S ho w 9:00 to 1:09 40e Person SULLY MONTGOMERY—JIM LOOKER E f ':''-'':'H::IILL'''-7' ::THJESE-t ::111P01111P Film Calendar Worth—"Keeping Company" John Shelton Ann Rutherford Saturday "The Philadelphia Story" Cary Grant - Katharine Hepburn James Stewart Hollywood — "Second Chorus" Padlette Goddard Fred Astaire Palace—"The Great Plane Robbery" Jack Hoit Vicki Lester Saturday "The World in Flames" documentary Majestic—"Dulcy" Ann Sothern Ian Hunter New Liberty—"Day at the Circus" Marx Brothers and "20 Mule Team° Wallace Beery Parkway—"Knute Rockne All American" Pat O'Brien Gale Page Tivoli—"Road to Singapore" Bing Crosby Bob Hope Paulette Goddard New Isis—"Captain Caution" Leo Carrillo Bruce Cabot Saturday owl show "The Saint Takes Over" George Sanders Wendy Barrie Varsity —"Foreign Correspondent" Joel McCrea Laraine Day White—"Each Dawn I Die" James Cagney George Raft Saturday "So You Won't Talk" Joe E Brown Frances Robinson and "Beyond the Sacramento" Bill Elliot Evelyn Keyes ummizt1110111110111101111111119ITIZMENIMIllEllrs IN EYMISISi -f---- loc Till 1 p 04 --r----- - s-- Today and Tomorrow! --- ZEi -- -': A Swashbuckling Saga 2 5 IP I - ---: of the High Seas! -------- Z- -a--f 9 9 -4--1 -- "Captain Caution H 7 ---:-- with Leo Carrillo— I-7 s-----7I Victor Mature—Louise Platt -LI -----1- "Owl Show Saturday Night!" -2 ---::: "The Saint Takes Over" ----2 f---- with George Sanders Wendy Barre !-------17 r —Also— -74 "Captain Caution" El I---- ' - s 70111111117111relliiMIZIrg!1411alliz:ziWITC:75:1 MEET "SKINNER BILL' Ptil BEERY'S GREATEST ROLE! A rooting pis of th Wst with ist kick of 20 mulsst Romans end adventure In wild Ditoth Volloy's most Istoj Nak itolortul days! I Totionnow on THE scnEnu -v t e 9ae Aubrey Resident 50 Years Dies AUBREY Jan 10—Mrs Mary Elizabeth Blanks 80 died at her home here Thursday Funeral services were held Friday morning Born in Memphis Term Mrs Blanks had lived in Denton County 76 years and at Aubrey 50 years Surviving are two sons and a daughter Ex-Engineer Is Guest of K C Charles Jerome who recently 'retired after 40 years as an engineer with the Texas and Pacific Railway told some of his experiences Thursday night when he was guest at a meeting of Msgr R M Nolan Council Knights of Columbus 711FIKNVSliv - mo-for-Fun -MID NITE SHOW Tonite 11:30 Hollywood KIDDIE QUIZ Green Hornet 11 A Picture as Great as Its Hero! "KNUtE ' ROCKNE" ALL-AMERICAN —Also— Pete Smith Short AT 10:30—SAT — Cartoon Show 01 111 oday Only — loll 1 "Official 10 Best Week'' Bing Crosby — Bob Hope ' Dorothy Lamour "Road to Singapore" Sat—"BOOM TOWN" Booster Club-9:45 AM STARTS TODAY — 10c Till 1 P M JOEL McCREA—LARAINE DAY In "FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT" Plos—Popeye Cartoon Sun—Knote Rockne All-American SCREAM THRILL SHOW! A WOWS HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! A T1IIRTY-111HG CIRCUS OF Rill THRILLS! A cl-"b"C' 'Lunacy -: 'S under 570 to car1 Ciro us thrills! Sun- ' ) tanned cut- H4ro 'Z' )1 4 Stepssl cSntoancglesit 0)1:1-::tt)t iitli47411:: - 1 Cicil i -0711)si1 twaeeacf y RENCE I EITPIEEZ ir'A E R E 0 FRIDAY RADIO EinocaAris Top of the Dial 570 nitocycles 4:45 P Pop Wise 0 Filbert Don't miss a single episode of this fast movini rura show 5:45 P M nalston Purina Presents PAGE NINETEEN' 7:00 P N UDC Army Show Description o f a cca Camp t Jackson t a v: S C by George ' Hicks with enter- tainment & talks by various army men 8:00 P The Gang Dusters The thrilling case of "Bad Willie" Gray Dial 570 on your radio—then clasp your chapeau firmly 8:35 P Your Happy Birthday Don't miss this big new show with Jimmy Dorsey's Orchestra for musk and songs by Helen O'Connell Bob Eberle and Mary Small 9:00 P LI Adam Hats Madison Square Garden Bout VENAT 1Itr Cket1241e417t "41! Tit CI ri t ti ef )r ta nl 7 Pd rol : 00 t F eumr1 r 1 nit bf IA ibi Pip: rtlil s us C1 irr Viso Vol! tioni fir& fido tiorl l'ha 1111 inc on 'or in 11 Z: )ett )od! 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PLUTO TRIE PUP awn 1-P 0 l 0 0 f 1 "PLUTO'S DREAM HOESE" ISAarvAerriem iisOtien01)F THE ogatroa 4 t EXTRA—NEWS EVENTS—NOVELTY 10 -0- -- –Ar L - 71--11-1-1----k4- 4 '''' 4W- - 4 dv 044 - 1 A I ARHI UTui GsNE:Ge 1 1 ScSAAE1 INTLeft Sit:EAyRD : IDOLD0AN0 uvYgtza pit 1 is Ile 01 — ' 1 - s --- 4 - ' e B' I 17 s affl II 'DST' dNT ' -11 -- - - - - A - r A ' - - ' S t - : ' ' ' ' r ' '- ' - 1 4 ' - ' A '' ' - ' r ' 4 : FRIDAY JANUARY 10 1941 - FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM—EVENING PAGE NINETEEN' 'LI t-ilrn Calendar ----------1 - lel AubreyResident 50 Years Dies - 3 r'r Comparison Finds Movie The PictureTe s a Good Story Too AlKnelpzlecrfoztansyaiiir lair 1Ar7atrebiii:::ireyi4h Blanks a ioo r RIDA Ahead - s o diunMeredra'a MarY Ahead of Stage Version f - a p I p 0 4 altsehrver- 11 : "The Philadelphia Story" CarY ices were held Friday morning D' II A I 0 k f‘lti-- 11"1"aw'''"'"''''''t"41s": 4w11:111-s 111"1""" SheA'ornth 1'A:1-z 7 4(rr - :' ( I I - tW f i Grant - Katharine Hepburn James Born in Memphis Tenn Mrs 1 'I 1 cl 1 - - " : : e : L s0 its - 4 ! The Philadelpnia otory ' r4 4: w tTh 0670 'I f-Tk Stewart ' " Blanks had lived in Denton &unty : - ''''-'1-' ':k'T47:: oe ' 4 110 v t :( 4"1 MCI (ills 4 - I Hollywood — Second Chorus" 76 years d t A b 50 years - pnoca PaUlette Goddard Fred Astaire an a u rey Surviving are two sons and a daugh- t Aris 1 BY KATIIERINE IIOWARD - "- - '"':: 'N:- : t - Palace—"The Great Plane Rob- ter - ' ' ii?':: Ire r - -2-- - t - tkIA : : : go--s -:-sti---414 - : ?:?:::::::i : -7 Jack Hoit 'Vicki Lester Top of the Dial i Sat- - ' ' 41111- k' There e two mighty big reasons Why "The Philadelphia r4i vi I 44 It :: e- : cIt 2- i bery' I- t -4-t - :::-- : : N AL x urday "The World in Flames" doc- Ex-Engineer Is Guest of K c t - Story" makes a better movie than it did a stage play-- 73: -:4 - 4 ': ' '''''' 4t-"t - i - 4rt umentary - - - - Charles Jerome who recently 're- - ''' :-:'W4‘ I4Z) -"-giii ‘ '11 Cary Grant and James Stewart - 410- g!b rtt ::: 01: - s- Majestic—"Dulcy" Ann Sothern tired after 40 years as an engineer 570 Itilocycles 1 to con- in Flames" said he hoped no one They are sufficient reasons k :' ‘ iil "A r 2 ' I VI : --44'44 4 h- an Hunter with the Texas and Pacific Rail- ‘ :::i : I - :': - rA fir- - -' - -- dyed-in-the-wool movie in America would be " too busy to ks t: valet any -: : :'-007 A -:s---44-' 41' - New Liberty—"Day at the Circus" way told some of his experiences -:" :: 'to' l'' -- " laalealeameanammie Ian give it 62 minutes of his time" - - - ow - : -:::' ' : ::: : - ::i :- : : It :1-4 -17:44:::::7::e- : : :'A Marx Brothers and "20 Mule Team' Thursday night when he was guest This modern generation of movie- William Allen White the famed : -i: -' : : ::- : -s - - : Ns L' ' :'-'Ci' i:': s Wallace Beery i - at a meeting of Msgr R M Nolan t' goer -! i::': : : -'-::':: :: -1 ' il:'-t - - :: :: Parkway—"Knute Rockne All Council Knights of Columbus 4:45 P LI s may not have the proper ap- Kansas editor went even further: "on of the legitimate theater If I had a million dollars I would preciati " :-i' ell- ::::::-' :::"'1 American" Pat O'Brien -Gale Page t ' : —but haw could it be expected to put it (The World in Flames) in :::: i '::: i : : :: i -10z:! iv1i14 4 Tivoli—"Road to Singapore" Bing Pop Ilrise 0 Filbert :- have? Reared on a movie diet with every theater in the United State I ) s" x-: ::::1' : :- A ::-::ii::44::::::::' : -- : : : 1 1 Jf: CO 1 -: Crosby Bob Hope Paulette God- PRFIKWFig - t : enlv an occasional stage play to The opportunity to see it Will i':!:!4 :::': ': l'ir::4 - : 4 f !: : - ciard I Don't miss a singte episode Z keep up their taste for the living come Saturday at the Palace A' ::'IM:::: ': 4':i4 t ' "' ' : ''' 1 :i::' ' ':A: New Isis—'"Captain Caution" Leo ‘ A Picture as Great : theater their eyes and ears are at- From 10000000 feet of newsreel ::-:':': ::: ::: : :: : :: t :-k14c :1":::!-:1':::-iiiitortzt----0::::::::: -I Carrillo Bruce Cabot Saturday owl as Its Heret of this fast movin - All-for-Fun i rurai ::i:t::: -:: :-:i:: :Erri: : tuned to the medium of the screen history Albert J Richard editor- - (4 s::::: ::: :: 2i 0' '?"':::-' : :::::::t : e I show "The Saint Takes Over" --MIDNITE : "K N U T E ' I show t- We reiterate then that 'The in-chief - of Paramount Newsreel : t:s:':':'!:::2: 1 ::::'Ii1:--"-:::1: !'" :: -- : -- :: ::i§ :::::::- :-- George Sanders Wendy Barrie SHOW ' ROCKNE" - I iseeemeeneenamemt i Philadelphia Story- is better as a made a graphic story of world x:- : i: : :: 4 si::: ::::::'-' il::'i''' -k' 4-- Varsity —"Foreign Correspond- Tonite 11:30 ALL-AMERICAN : movie You can see it Saturday at events from 19'29 to 1940 His work - -": ::: i:::: :: : :::: i ent" Joel McCrea Laraine Day Hollywood —Also— - the Worth and decide for yourself represents the choicest 7000 feet -:j -::' :::44i':: ' : '::::::::: ::' i'!: -:it -'4 i Cagney George Raft: Saturday "So ' t:::::::::' White—"Each Dawn I Die" James Pete Smith Short KIDDIE QUIZ AT 10:30—SAT : 545 P M Y le — - from all that he had at his command ---" ::t: : : : ''' : " ::: '''?"4::::k'::::::: :::-v:0- 4 :' THE COMPARISON It is' guaranteed to jar even the - X:- ::' ' : ''::-::'''''' :'-t::i:::i:An W -5-: ':11:- i:: N:-" 1 Green Hornet — Cartoon Show J : You Wont Talk" Joe E Brown I most indifferent neutral f Italston Purina a The pace of tne movie is not so Frances Robinson and "Beyond the 11 L1 — ZIM:: ' : ::' i fast as that of the stage play nor i I :: : : ::'i Sacramento" Bill Elliot Evelyn ( 1 k AT THE DANCELAND ' ::: ::: N Presents ft are the lines so risque But the story '' 1-‘1 i7-'1) L(C1) t-':‘4' '' - - ::: ::: ::-i Keyes - - 1 s ---- e i:z: 4 -ont!:twapigimitgoinniaigintEnElittn15ENinrailitni7s 1 - I EIEYELTISIII I ' I1 I 11 I sr it 3 it ghiti a - "' t EP how n of I es at lackson Seorge I enter& talks s army st a z4 glerS a F "Bad 570 on b p your f )r 1)w3:Cshheosw t a - oh3c sel' or ngs by Eberle 1 1 7 I Pck 1 01 'S : 00 'arc Lit F urt em 1 ng bi a ?4 r--: 4 - r 1 "Th e Philadelphia Story" Cary ices were held Friday morning : LIADIO 1 w1 : -1- - I k 4- 1 I -t1'''''41'4'):iit- : 4:7Stts-v1::71 - A 44- ----t "--0:11k-:' -1 t v ( I I 1') i 41- ICI ) r''''''''-4 KA ' IVO' 4-''4:424:3!:11 0iis94 z tf-:!? 474141t-8 (-:t: Stewart Blanks had lived in Denton County :014 4 ''? ( i J ilk 071 1 11 4 ril --'-ll ek 4:1 L o Grant - Katharine Hepburn James Born in Memphis Term Mrs r ' ' ' ' Hollywood — "Second Chorus 76 years and at Aubrey 50 years PaUlette Goddard Fred Astaire Surviving are two sons and a daugh- - ter bery" Jack Hoit Vicki Lester Sat- t ' PlIOGRAris 1 1 ---! --:- si- ---L-- 4n i urday The World in Flames doe- Ex Engineer Is Guest of K C "' Palace—"The Great Plane Rob ' Top of the Dial -0 1-z -rief' ' 4" r-t'4 ' '-- 1t1--- '''' ''4-ek (A -e-t of in -1 :: 4 '1'3' : s umentary - ' - - : charles Jerome who recently 're- e'" -' '7-- "'-'- 4 Majestic—"Dulcy" Ann Sothern tired after 40 years as an engineer 570 Itilocycles 1 4 4r ‘ ‘ --43 - ivt t te--4 rt-'i I j n un r with the Texas and Pacific Rail- episode '-'oe)r- kr4- 7 ! -'OL It-- New Liberty—"Day at the Circus' way told some of his experiences -:' - ' l'it' s" "':' : ''''' u '1-‘ ' Marx Brothers and "20 Mule Team' Thursday night when he was guest ' I 71 rt-4 ::i - - : :-i Wallace Beery I: - at a meeting of Msgr R M Nolan - : - : ' --'' ' - t 4 '''''' 4:c4r : ---0"Ixs : Parkway—"Knute Rockne All Council Knights of Columbus 11 :: : : : 4 i t r :4 il- tk 1 :- ::?'6''' American" Pat O'Brien Gale Page Tivoli—"Road to Singapore" Bing 111 - -: 1 : : :::::: ::::: As -:: g: i t 4 1170 : 4 F - Crosby Bob Hope Paulette God : liEnigniiiitileiMMINMED I ? I 445 P ILI PopimIreisissaetiingFielle smovintiberurrati - -:::4- - a:4-' - ' ' fr - ' FIRRKWRI f oDfont'this fast i- -:e : -Tt : - -: 3 ':2'S':el'- i A:: - ':- 1t '':- ' l'4::'''' : New Isis—"Captain Caution" Leo -?' ' ': p :':-' : : ''--'': ' : f s4':'k 1::::'' !':'":tlii-sceter''::''::' ::ilk Carrillo Bruce Cabot Satutday owl ' 1 All-f or-Fun A P a I s ctu It r IT 11!I se Ntre at 'g show The Saint Takes Over" -MIDNITE "K N II t E (4-i ':: ‘ : f-- ''' -c - k1 George Sanders Wendy Barrie SHOW ROCKNE 1 I Show 54 P il 1-':''::- :'': :-1 ': - ' g ' :-:i': : tt :: 'o? ALL-AMERICAN SIMEMEMEIBMINEMEMINID -- Varsity —"Foreign Correspond- ' '3 ::: : :- '' :p'-i-s it —Also— 1 Nib z 4 &- e ' ent" Joel McCrea Laraine Day THonolitlyewloltd30 Pete Smith Short e - -J i f :' A:' 4 ' f T - : : 0 - :: i::: I - -- '--q:ir:?i?1-: : v-A-4i- lk f:- White—"Each Dawn Saturday aDt ui re d"a James Tseos N-: Cag y g y KIDDIE QUIZ AT 10:30—SAT t 1 s ':r::-in 1-'4'4' You Won't Talk" Joe E Brown 114 Green Hornet — Cartoon Show nalston Purina -::::-x) - Frances Robinson and "Beyond the I 111 '''4-Cte' l'':j::''':' - Sacramento" Bll Elliot Evelyn ( N 13 resents -- t- li!--- ' - f U : -- - - -s::-:: --sk :: :: Keyes ''' 114 ':' - nviimininrrninausiimarattiormunionrammin I 1 -t-1z :::-::::::- -:q k : -:': ----4----: gt oday Only — Oc 1111 I F 4 : ' TO t - P fir0A17' ' ' t 1011210't '''' ' 4 41'491 N ' 4t''' J 00' t 7 - 2 st 5 Nt - 'L'S: 1:' ' ' s' : k 11"-- irolival s I it -: official 10 Best Week" Cit I S -- ils : BirgDCorroostbhyy — B L a mc)obu ri'l 13" s doolow i '''''" ::- - IN loc Till 1 P aSTRitt ! fT : 1 c i' 4'' t At i'4' '':''' '1''' - : : t (' '---- --- ' ' GTERS : '''''' Cser-N4 if- : ""Cs1 ' f '?' : : S - 4 ----7 "Road to Singapore" Ii0 Sat—"BOOM TOWN" : tiolgling-""- t- II I - "''''' --''''':' 4C '' A Swashbuckling Saga 4) -'-' of the High Seas!" In t — Booster Club-9:45 AM : - ' 't'ile7:11 ' ' ''' "-) 4 ' ' ''''''': ''' V -' :I) ' ' '' " ''":: i 1111 :11 : -': 4: L7 "V-114" - ' p:'- : :: --- ''''--4-1 Today and Tomorrow! i ::c- artain caution' LI ith Leo Carrillo— --- r- lok - Of Is t 0ILoganwr ill! 0 1 '4K'e 44 '' 'fe' 1t! it 44 li : ' y ii::- 2: 4- kNN46 Victor Mature—Louise Platt -LI - - J----: "Ot! --: STARTS TODAY — 10c Till 1 P M e 10‘leTr i w Show Saturday Nig --e- ‘e L IL -MRWI-iriYAI -Tlit t lf c 4- 40t1:: - ' '1 P :'::'- ii" The Saint Takes Over" ---- I - -I ' r n JOEL McCREA—LARAINE DAY In 7:-- ""7"" '"uY ''"-- 1 "FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT" I 7-' ' - Looks as if the cameraman for It's one of the punch scenes - —A---s—A---' Plue---Popeye Cartoon Spy magazine sort of caught from the movie "The Philadel- picture here are left to right k---9 "Captain 7M Caution" some of the Philadelphia Main- phia Story" which opens Sat- James Stewart Cary Grant and StillEZ7Itirrii141111111ZriliiIiiirri'"'ZN:0---:- 4 ' Sun knute Rockne All American I -'---A i ii:11 — a-f - vIP-4-4 ' - liners with their mouths open tirday at the Worth Seen in the Katharine Hepburn Iltiti'll'l rf - IyAmota g 75 SCREAM THRILL 4-- Ai ate iatl t propoed isi table- coo vi g e SHOW A WONV! 4' d Intervene in Girl la s air excurons on a cloth - 11110 f-POWekTH'SCREATEST SOICA1-41ALUE I HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! A THIRTY-RUM CIRCUS 7:1 OF FUR THRILLS! 'CC-"tkcifi A roaring pie of MO with Him kick 20 OF FUN THRILLS! n0 11 UDC th9 44 ma 51-16"teN-Isct: P ks ! Mullane tet - - co n't oo a In w Iola oDn:: r t h Lunacy Volloy's most u ra r tvo"--:" 10 mop- 11 oolort oll slays! - ftrsvalks t Circus kg' dioN A thrills! 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I ti ja1310111af - 1) Norris and 12203E3 k fr71151)t II 9:0 P v k) S THESE HILL : 0 P II ccident Plane Robbery' - It 1 -imon arel nm711enthnlaPtanWYB's1 320-Z3)GrariTga iz aa A s Adam Hats P '-' Sil igo since Lola! i'-4 tit ‘ z 'f:':) ) k Madison Square ini rnnlinnt -1tTakheis piecutuerethberincgosnttionuthede 4‘ ‘ s : 4140-- - 1 1 1: er 4 Garden Bout rHos°slirwsored tators on the march It is Nal 0 nudndaertcodritld ''':)ii st- Paramount Preseets 44spe V HErk)ukii4 P N re 1 nit here's uthne:I asPertueaadllycloittelrr: 1 k k I i - 1 4 a timely warning° i- t - - - k ' t-- ------ Ten years ego HON JESSE JONES Sec of Commerce 0 kk L' MP - ' e 4 ?I ' - I oh Costello vveret ai ''- - i - 011111 Pp fit CeWA at s: c E )ta Vie sht:gu:oens 'j "Thrilling magnificent!" 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