The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on May 3, 1951 · 4
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The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York · 4

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BROOKLYN UOA Niw Facet Getting Set for Old Farts In Broadway Shows i Lit th m tell tut there's going to b mm changes rB mad Cam Saturday night unc I a number of leading plajrara in currant ahowa will check out of the caiia— their Equity eon-tract will have expired two daya aarliar— for vacation movie commitment or Just a plain real before tackling ether a tag aa-aVtuaetifa As a result a good part of the Broadway neara tbeae lay concern their future re- jriaecmcou 1 bought you might Ik g roundup aa lb aituation now stands of the new face who will b stepping Into old putt Not to ehow any bvortt-fen Jetl take alphabetically the piaya that will he affected ' 'Celeste Holm exiting Affaira of State” will be atic-ceeded by June Ha roc “Bell Book and Candle" win make clean aweep of the preaent cant aa the result of producer Irene Selxnlck’a dedalonr te get -supporting pleyeia more a tuned to tha nplacemenu for Hex Hartiaon and Lilli Palmer The latter win ha followed by England's Joan Greenwood but no en haa ban chosen aa yet to taka over from Mr deaptto reports that Robert Cumminga had been tabbed for tha spot The - new featured players will be Mildred Katwlck for Jeon Adair Douglas Watson for Scott McKay hut Larry Galea successor basntrbeen picked yet ' JLaM&ltopefol There’ a poiaalbillty Tvonna Adair may withdraw from "Gentlemen prefer Blondes” but the other principal Indud-Ing star Carol Punning art remaining Jts everybody knows by jww Mary Martin la leaving "Sguth Pacific" for an extended vtratian before open lag In th Lpndnn edition of the Rodgers and Hammersteia show in the KH and Martha Wright1 gets her prlxerob aaLLNein For-budi Mcaarai R It H pra hopeful that -Roger Rico French opera star can clear other ohll gOthma and take ever next motilh Amu Ray HkMleton as EmUv d Bccqu Incidentally Eito Plan whoa Hollywood career la reputedly having trouble may turn up la London to sire "Sam Enchanted Evening" da to Mia Martin Ifarriaonjarduoua Noon1 if withdrawing next month fmm "The Country Girl" are coders Uta- Hagen’ who will vacation In Joan of Am territory before starting rehearsals for “St Joan”- and Paul Kelly Featured player Steven H1Q la stjcklng and if business doesn't warrant Its running through the Summer th Clifford Odets drams will be recast In the Fall for a"tiHtf-rf — 7— — ‘Happy Xfw Faces Th HappyTlme” win get a few replacements next month buLthcjr haven't been definitely selected yet' Early this week Jacques Aubuchoa succeeded Kurt Kaznar who left for a avion nan BOOTH - - JOHNSTON - seiweDsicse A TREE ®“w' BROOKLYN sans Tw it svyrm enaatst inHi-jasnuiiiniLSidi CELESTE HOLM AFFAIRS 'OF' STATE neaiaui RBBfoBaR - MllMBB RtllMLS ninu M Mil riik nStratfewns IHSMI Tin m to sat a win mi m rue At soietoifnjrito ISMS BATIS SUilKI mnll ! 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SMSS T T Ull i ir ilANETTE FABRAY Uh(Mto(uM AKEAWISH TWH MAY I mi movie role and Franclaka Gaal on May 14 will take over from Eva Gabor Joaa Ferrer will be followed la "Twentieth Century" hr Hollywood's Robert Preston but- Gloria Swanaoo’s sufeceMor la still Indefinite week John Gbndlnulng Stepped into the hit revival a successor to Robert Strauss who- left to enter "Stalag 17” fort reptecenwcnl new aside from next-month's Exodus 'Day Guy SpauU of "BUty Budd" has left to participate in th coming ANTA production of Shaw's "Getting Man rlad" Wiatoa Rom of th cast haa been upped to flpauU'a part and several minor changes have ala been mad Alia Staying : Claude Rains will vacation for the month of July from his tola In "Darkness at ad a number of suase player ara Jockeying to pinch-hit during his absence th rale being ehaltengtiW and fruitful aa well aa arduous Robert Alda despite reports to the contrary win not bo taking leave of absence- from "Guys and Dolls for a movie chon In Klse Me Kite1 however Ann Jeffreys will be away for seven weeks starting In July to play "Bittersweet” on the West Cm at No sub for her yet HeporUthat“Don - Murrey the sailor boy In "The Rose Tattoo" was leaving because Uncle wanted him In uniform for real have tuned out to he pro mature A chronic physical ailment haa deferred him And a-mentioned - yeaterdayJ'Sea-la the ’Sua" will continue Instead of dosing Saturday- as scheduled with a number of new faces In tha cast Richard WborL Paula Laurence King Gakter' and Marguerite -Gould win be aueoeeded Monday by Joseph Aden Jr Ruth Henna risen Walter Matthau and (Virginia Mattie’ ' " You can expect le hear of " uhortlr In the various shown LouiaJerdaiiDuu' u 'v1 fnnmaunt' rL rofttinount Id conjunction with the Alan Ladd feature "Appointment With Danger” starting May t the N Y Paramount Theater win feature in person "Mr Per-sonaHty! himself Louis Jordan and his orchestra presenting hie saucy scintillating - syncopating new 1051 revue featuring The Jaywalkers "three Men About Town” BUI Davis sad Peggy Thomas tha lovely dancing Jordanette and Teddy Hale '"Symphony in Tap" - arson run Rickard VHOXF-Naacy KELLY SEASON IN THE SUN u ItoCm Ctoaff WeUWTT 01 itn IniiMi eansns MARY MARTIN RAY MIDDLETON Sk Tfe Mtor Mm Mtttmt to OUT-H FACIFIC HAMTio (to wife n wm a r n ton - uuuk imnrs Km nntBBia nouns mnv " il nnitoiW WVMTT LRIIDM tog gyuw viwvise aui imna The autumn garden SSMSIV lost a M IM ruvoMi -m rtuM cm ns IMMl BUT ACTUM It MAMS - — r to inrkw rfeMto wm PAUL KELLY - uu HAGEN THE COUNTRY Itotokcurwu GIRL tvuve iiutmtr ut-nw MtoUlkSaMfeMIIMf TBS SI WAKM-MUKT SB nn jukru-wsun 1 nm The HAPFT TIME rLTwoora fta mis st wui r wmr SSnmSWIBkSiSB at it vm nnrr — oMrM cm GERTRUDE LAWRENCE h KING AND I Redgan The iirflM y " Y MMMl W 41 tt IUMGIR SUM DOUGLAS MEREDITH -“FRANCIS1 THE UTILE BLUE LIGHT 1 a asevsB whom sera puvimms n sl wn av JO J4M M (rife LAST MAT SAT AT 1:4 DMV — WtMv'PM ALsawa a avsto — T BABBABA to ana essaiaasro Momctim MOON IS BLUE to r evsa mun ‘WEST PLAT mTEARmS The°etatt00 V TENNESSEE WILLIAMS w TENNESSEE WILLIAMS aStir rick unstwKtoAtoto I RtsttaitotoMtoaAtawsn oni t sou nari-iM wm Rip-Kearinf CmedyM'r: oiniuw BAiewcunoiiv Im k RMCMtt RIMMRt pMM to THE TAMING SHREW ££Ca? I WSSCS4 iMin Ito FERRER SWANSON n wres vseoAiioescoesar-r Twentieth century HAPPY DRUNKARD— Jacques Aubuchon hat succeeded Kurt Kaznar as tha tippling Unci Louis in tha Plymouth's long-run hit “Th Happy Time"'" ' Gregory Pack Film Held at Brooklyn Fox Warner ' Brothers' "Only tha Valiant” which atara Gregory Peck frith Barbara Payton playing to Urge crowds at the Brooklyn Fox Thester will be retained for a second week The co-feature "Pride of Maryland” with Stanley Clements and Frankie Dam la the principal roles wUI also stay In “Only the Valiant" Gregory Peck portrays a U 8 Cav-shy officer In the turbulent era fallowing th Civil War when auraudlng bands of ferocious Apaches roamed tha Southwest long Dark HaB At Rival! May 9 Anthony Dawson young Eng-ih motion picture star has arrived la New York to attend th RlvoH Theater's May premier of'The Long Dart Hall” in which he heads th cast in support of coats rs Rex Harrison and LIU Palmer In mm Long Dark Hall" Dawson U seen aa a psyche- Gtblc killer who imagine mself an-lnatniment of Justice" t wrfok vengeance on several beautiful young girls MOVIE TIME TABLE n ha Mlk 1 W WM St M Idt It! Ml IS ML BiSfe Mi Hi 11 a an ' Mi ititn in (mu list snS Wiese 'in 1 wi mwk aweoi "gi inis fen jMi ana ew i- im to W? 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ItotR ofrttttgfr SSSIlS to AJL TMSLMA CASKNTIS Btt DAIL8V --JaaonoionevitoMTHSopioe lAisnui' VALENTINO ouirai mm AOSCMT AWAID WINNER' Inf Adranr JUDY HOiUDAYk BOSi'l YESTERDAY Rod Monaco Daplctod at N Y Strand OtKar-World Monaco at tha Criterion "1 Was 1 OoauMinlat to rth F B L" proved very popuUr with the audience at the first show yesterday at the N Y Strand It hasn’t much comedy but the folks had funthey roared With laughter every time the COmmunlsta got a pushing around - Tha film b baaed on the adventures of- Matthew Cvctic F k I undercover agent whose experiences were published in a national magaxlnrafter posing for nine years aa a Communist to get the date In picture w sloe th disclosures are In' the form of a currontday spy hunt wfeh chases gunplay end other violence Including a free-for-all on a Pittsburgh picket line Flank LoveJoy plays Matt Cvefe and James MiUican the top Cotirml In Pittsburgh where most of th action takes glare - - - Suspense U everpresent since Cvetle b always In danger of being discovered by the Communists and the threat of deadly reprisal keeps th audience as well as Cvvtie on the alert The picture takes up hb story near the end of his nine-year stint for the F & L He has been assigned to special w la tha steel Industry both by tha F & L and tha Communists and haa 1 Job In the per sonnet department of a steel plant Her he can observe at first hand Communist infUtra-Uon of labor at Its cleverest Pittsburgh la Cvetlc's home town too and ht wins audience sympathy when ha tries to visit his elderly mother on her birthday end b thrown out of the house by on of hb brothers bonus of his Red activities pone of the family being In on the secret of “ his "Teal - work Later he takes 1 tongue-bshlng from hb patriotic lS-year-old who la heartbroken over MAXIO LANZA ANNUITY CuraopoIiUn Hatzbl Best Musical OfTle Month is ‘THE GREAT CARUSO’’ 0 ' ' - ii cibr l ? i Technicolor -from M-G-M NtXT ATTRACTION ' RADIO CIJY MUSIC HALL coUNTBASIE ween ewersW26£v hb father's apparent conoec-tion with the Cnmmunista Red Methede Shewn The infiltration of the party line Into Industry schools and other field b dramatised In series of striking - incidents which endanger Cvdtic whlb giving him tha Information he b after A alight romance between Cvetle and hb son's high school teacher' party mem-ber serves to show-what happens when e Commie tries to break away from th organisation Tha gift rebelling at some of the tactics la forced to fee the dty ana In the-course of the excitement that follows a F & I nan end twirOom-miet ara killed Tha film ends with Cvetle testimony before iha Un-American Activities Cumulttee and hb release from hb Commie rob "I Was a Communist I l! pvaSSn X£l MW I SiVBK DAYS TOll noon MmakakmhtrMmfkbOiti ROBERT AVA -MCHUM'GARDNE v 1 Bam intui'Uinmiu MO j n w it it ras RADIO CITY MUSIC UALL RoAolMtaY CmIm "GraeJ wswhrM Jakr-Caowmot iwn !WK JOAN gUZAUTN TRACY " BENNETT ' TAYLOR - mnu’s umi MiDEKF - DON TAVIO MUI MR RMMtoVMMliiBaaUI nAtokMCROlRSRM A tktotofeik Mn n w skit snN-"uMcNAa 1 1 TtowS tow Mtoktontoii ky A— Itotoki iJlfli ' -sn to Curr Sr ! 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This "reviewer actually jumped twice whlb wstch- Ing "Th 'Thing" That's bow tens ‘fend tingling and ’ unexpected Howard Hawks has made this fascinating picture which uses a cast of practically unknowns with matterof-fact way of talking and acting and an Arctic setting What U this "Thing”? It's something from another world which arrives In something like a Flying Saucer at a scientific outpost maintained by the US Air Force at the top of this world An expedition of Army men rescues th block of Ice in which whatever tt is is encased after the Flying Saucer thing ir destroyed -Thlr Thing the scientific fel-lofrs figure after it emerges In a fine rage' from tho Ira is a kind of vegetable but' bigger BROOKLYN’S HOLDING THIS LAUGH RIOT FOR A SECOND SIDE-SPUItlNG WEEK! Tom EwsK Is wonderful in a very funny fitml ' JOUUMtASWCAN DAVID WAYNE wHJOF" I TOM EWELL "Wiojr on m wnmMntmmoMt nensn i J CAPITOL &SttMAto55f "i&SLSTi bSkSm WBBI C E IUTU RYATH EATR E S KINGSW A Y Mrs mom WEDDING'S r-r-T T r mreAmrAyn iuntsiiMr Air a i Ail um 'm ' raca-aTAB xatdm ara uiBim A&'SaSEVEN DAYS TO NOON” HARint kZn w ' HibwooDra'" K“ ‘ulUit M BRomir PATH) ' 'STORM WARSISy fetggtelEUCa BMP eid3? 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