Evening Standard from London, Greater London, England on May 30, 1942 · 6
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Evening Standard from London, Greater London, England · 6

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Saturday, May 30, 1942
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S n 4 e ou Hi- ti U9 he rm BJ" ret 1 ft a i is IL' IV t I u CM c( i- A Hitchcock Melodrama of Sabotage in the USA The New Films By IAN COSTER TORTLY Alfred Hitchcock maker of melodrama master of the movie chase gets back into his old stride in his latest Hollywood picture " Saboteur " (Leicester Square) Handcuffs waterfalls bridges the hunted man who turns On nis pursuers all the properties which Brit we remember from British Hitchcock Aims are in this one It’s a combination of “The Man1 Who Knew Too Much” and “39 Steps��� and “The Lady Vanishes” It takes the Hitchcock mind to think of a new slant on an old monument The Statue of Liberty has been a symbol in innumerable American pictures it's ‘Stood there for solidarity and freedom But Hitch uses it as a sort of trapeze for his final climax Alan Ladd new star with Veronica Lake in “This Can for Hire” Villain has fallen off the torch of the statue and he clutches at the stonework Hero climbs out trying to save him Villain's hands are supping from their hold Hero nun d finally there’s the great scene at the Statue of Liberty — one of Hitch’s best inventions in a film which contains all he knows about the art of movie melodrama ty the sleeve and the sleeve is ripping off That’s suspense in the tion “ Saboteur” has plenty of situations like that Robert Cun Cummings is the hero He's a worker in an American aircraft factory which catches fire His best friend is killed And while he’s still horror-stricken by this occurrence Cummings finds that he's suspected of arson and wanted bv the police He runs knowing that he’s the only man who can try to trace the enemy agent who caused the fire Clues lead Iiim to the home of a nice gentle rancher (Otto Kruger) who turns out to be a traitor plotting against America With the police hotter on his track Cummings picks up a girl (Priscilla Lane) who believes J everything ' she’s heard over the radio about him This !s the Hitchcock touch again— the girl and the boy forced to keep together though they hate each other So the hunt develops Cummings dragging the girl with him round the countryside and gradually realising the plans of the saboteurs They intend to blow up the latest battleship as it slides into the water at the yards Cummings just manages to prevent that And which introduces an “unknown” who’s made 36 films— Alan Ladd Tall serious good-looking with an athletic figure Ladd has been a loll unit in Hollywood’s army of extras and minor-part players'-On the strength of this film rength of this film he becomes a featured player with more than a chance of being a star He brings intense application' to the part of Raven a killer — the best killer we’ve seen since John Wayne in “Stagecoach” Raven kills for money He’s a professional calm as a commando without pity except for stray cats So he bumps off a chemist and his girl friend and draws his reward — m notes which have been stolen from a bank That bit of doublecrossing makes Raven very sore He swears to get the man who crossed him (Laird Cregar) and the boss who turns out to be the biscuit-and-milk swilling ex plosives king (Tully Marshall) This villain is selling explosives to the Japanese Raven is entirely selfish about his revenge until he meets that remarkable blonde Veronica Lake as a cabaret conjurer (She can even make herself disappear which is top-of-the-bill stuff) Miss Lake is engaged to a policeman (Robert Preston) and she’s also working for the Government After nearly being bumped off by the killer she convinces him that even a professional assassin has some duty to America - And so the £250 a Week for Sabu Sabu the Indian actor Of “Elephant Boy” ceived permission from the court at 'Hollywood to earn at least 1000 dollars- weekly (about £250) under contract with Universal Pictures for the next seven years says Reuter Sabu' who Is now 18 comes under California law which requires contracts involving juveniles to be courts fame has re- Sabu passed by the Two Pretty Girls Are you only II? ” asked Mr Sand bach In tones of grieved wonder of the very pretty girl who had been arrested for Deing drunk In the street she stood there in all the fresh bloom of youth any father ty might have been proud of such a daughter— except that the place she stood in was the dock and for an offence so unseemly Perhap it was the spring outside that mad the sight of her suggest spring flowers— i hyacinth unfolding its scented beauty “ Who gave you this drink? ’’ the magistrate went on indignantly rs Stormont the ‘ probation officer was able to explain the circumstances The girl was from the North of England and five years ago her Radio for the Week-end traitors get what’s coming to them An excellent thriller I’M told there was some difficulty with the Hays office before the film version of “ The Shanghai Gesture ” (London Pavilion Dominion and New Victoria tomorrow) was passed Certain alterations had to be made Mother Goddam’s establishment became a gambling casino and the Mother's name was changed to Ginsling But it still sets cut to be a torrid tale 1 Mother Ginsling (Osa Munson) is a highly artificial Oriental who objects to her casino being closed by a trading company So she plots Her main objective is Walter Huston as the head of the company She ruins his daughter before she finds out that this wayward young thing (Gene Tierney) is really her own daughter as well So then she shoots her Josef Von Sternberg directed this poor tale with laborious and ineffectual care fflHAT Russian A “Cha classic of 1934 yev ” (Tatler tows its age but is still morrow) si stony who beat the Cossacks Chapayev played magnificently by Boris Babochkin comes to the screen as a fiery illiterate hero with a flair for tactics nd for putting heart into his men His rabble on horse and on foot beat the trained Whites in the almost forgotten Russian civil war HOME : 903S 3011 4401 4004 M 114 — BBC Scottish Orch 1230 — Worker’s Playtime lil— News ’118 — Backs to the Land 130— BBC Chorus 24) — BBC Mill' tary Bgnd 2 SO — BBC Orch 330 — Organ I4Sj — BBC Variety Orch' 418— Seven Days’ Leave (story) 430 — £250 Red Cross Radio Contest 50 — News in Welsh 6-5 — From a Welsh Club' 520 — Children M — Newt 830 — Monte Rey 845 — Officers' in the making 70 — In Town To-night 730 — Norwegian 7 48 — War Women and Diamonds by Dr C C Paterson 80 — Experts in Khaki 815 — Saturday Bandstand 84) — News 820 — Raymond Gram Swing 835— The Bishop Dreams (play) 1015 — Evensong 1040 — Great First Nights (records) 114)— Geraldo - and Orch 124) — News ' FORCES : 2881 8421 4888 M 124) — Geraldo and' Orch 1 230 — Workers’ Playtime 1 4) — News 1 1 5 — Black Gallery uo — Dance Orchestra lA-SAC Military Band' 230 — Saturday Matinee - 34) — Harry Fryer and Orch mo Williamstown Social Gleemen 345 — Intermission 415 — Singing ftt Strings ball: London War Cup Final 51 5 440 — Association Foot- —Radio Gazette 53a — Shipmates Ashore - 84) — News 630 — The Orchestra Entertains 74) — Foden’s Motor Works Band 730 — Jane Carr's programme B4k — Experts in Khaki c15 — Saturday Bandstand 80 — News 840— Into Battle 840 — A-RP Quiz 104 — Greetings The Whoopee Club 1040 to 114) — Organ SUNDAY HOME : 2035 3811 4491 4844 M 74) — News 71 5 — -Toni and Orch OO — Records 840 — Organ 84 — News 840— Service 1015 — Music-lover’s calendar 1030— Victor Fleming and Orch 114 — In Town TO-night 1130 — School concert rehearsal 120 — Mostly for Women 1210 Songs of Schubert 1 230 — Records 10— News 115— Country Magazine 145— Bickershaw Colliery Band 215 — C H Middleton 240 — BBC Orchestra 330 — Lucy ' Arnold (play) 440 — How Christians worship 45 fi — News in Welsh 50 — Bible programme in Welsh 515 — The Man Born to be King — The Light and the Life 84-— Newt 530 — American portraits 040 — Wit-and Polish 845— BBC Scottish Orch 740— Norwegian 745 Did you miss this? 84 — Service 840 — Good Cause 845 — Salute to South Africa 84 Nosrtl 830 — Portrait : Fay Compton 1015— BBC Singers 1040 '—Epilogue 1038 — Spotlight on the Soloist 1115 — Boccherini — Casals and London Symphony 'Orch (records) 1140— Organ 124— News FORCES : 2951 3421 4888 M am— Greetings ' 74) — News i — Records of Sam Carson 840 715c 740— Records of May 1941 Scottish Variety Orch 830-— Jimmy O'Dea in Irish half-hour N 84 — News 840— Band of Royal Artillery 100 — Little Orchestra 1045— FOr Indian Forces 114 — Service 1115 — Jay Wilbur Clftfr si ss 1145 — Organ 120— Sim Grossman and Band 1240 —Jack Benny programme 14— News 115 — Saturday Bandstand 24)— Accent on Rhythm 215 Maple Leaf matinee 260— Jesus Christ in 1942 30— Billy Ter- nent and Dance Orch 340 — The Gang Show Ralph Reader 44b— Brains 1 Trust 445— BBC ' Military Band 515 — Bournemouth Municipal 1 Orch 550 — Tommy Handley 84— News 840— Hie Army entertains 710 —News-letter 740 — Sunday half-hour 84— Award for Industry 815— Songs for Everybody 845— Intimate Interlude 84 — News 830 — Music-hcll 1010 — Epilogue 1018— Greetings: Norfolk Hotel Orch 1045 to 1115— Records home was broken up through the death of her father It must have been a home of good influence for her to have kept herself with PRESENTED IN COURT such nice care ever since ' She came to London recently served in several situa-now a waitress in tions and was Kensingtoh Coming to the drunkenness Incident Mrs Stormont continued: “ She says she met a young mar who gave tier drinks Then when she rejected his further proposals he left her She admits getting into bad company" A case for rescue She had a married sister to whom she was willing to go ' Very well” said Mr Sand bach “ I am glad you proved yourself a virtuous girl and refused to go with the young man Now you go off to your married sister and keep away from bad company” VT different was 'the case of the mounted wards She too girl shoplifter who the dock soon after- was young (21) and though with a more full-lownj full-coloured beauty— a rose rather than a hyacinth and she" too came from the North She was almost opulently clothed But it was a shocking record that the police recited 4 First In September 1939 bound inn ' 5— over for stealing then only nine days afterwards bound over again —for stealing a coat from a work- room (two other offences admitted) in December the same year sentenced to nine months imprisonment for stealing clothes from a dwelling house and several other offences again shortly' after her release caught stealing and sent to Borstal for theft She was released last Decern ber ou licence that expires in January 1945 A native of Newcastle it was stated Parents dead Six weeks in London net working living at various hotels with a man She handed up a the magistrate statement ' to “This suggests” said Mr Sandbach after reading it “that her parents were criminals On the other h’id” be went on laying it aside “you have been bound over twice and this shop-' lifting has got to be stopped” He sent' her back to prison for another four months Nonchalantly she departed II T BALLETS AND OPERAS OArtSRIOCK— (Tem 3143 3093 ft 6056) Tues Junf 9 630 Subs Erg (ex Mon) 650 W Th 8 250 Nm RuMian t ailac London 8ympbuay Orch Bos Office Now Open 10 am to 6 pm NEW SADLER'S WELLS BALLE7 Evenings 715 Mala Thun 8sL 250 FRINGES THEATRE — DOYLY CARTE OPERA CO Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Commencing Monday Evening June 8 Bend addressed envelope together with 2Vid atamp for Full Pros Bos Office Open THEATRES ADELPHI Tem 7611) Erf 615 ahsrp " iTi “ ' “ Mats Tun Thun k Sat at 2 0 sharp Tom Amo'd presents Ivor Novelloi THE DANCING YEARS ALDWYCH— Tern 6404 Er 650 W 8 250 DIANA WYNYARD ANTON WAL-BROOK ATHENE 8RYLER JUDY CAMPBELL in WATCH ON THE-RHINE AMBASSADORS (Tern 1171)— Last 2 peris To-day 230 A 615 TOM WALLS is WHY NOT TONICHTf APOLLO— Ger 2663 Evm 6 Wsds - - Edi ' “ Thun k Sats 215 Edith Evans is OLD ACQUAINTANCE (Last 2 Weeks I ARTS— Tern 7541 (mans only) 75tVte Man) 8 k Sun 30 Odets' Awshn k 8ms COLISEUM Ch X -I'em 3161 Kvgs o3i State Weds Thun 8sL 230 Snnnie Hale Els s Randolph Maleuim keen Sylvia Gee! Davy Bnrnaby la Emile Littler’s MAID OP THE MOUNTAINS DUCHESS Thu 8243 Eve 7 W 8 23o Cbmtanm Cummin John dement Hush Binulnir Valene Taylor in SKYLARK OAR RICK —Tern 4601 Rvs at 615 Mats Wed k Sat at 2 30 Gordon Harter Bmi! Radford Judy Kelly WARN THAT MAN by Vernon Sylvame CLOSE— Or 1592 Ev 615 Wed Thurs BaL 215 Bmlyn Willism m hi own plar TM MORNING STAR HARROW COLISEUM 12383)— 625 k 825 Nrt Wk: Merits Cns'and Bat 2aU HAVMARKET— 6 p m Thun Bat 213 VIVIEN LEfrII in Bernard Shaw's THE DOCTOR’S DILEMMA HIPPODROME — Or 3272 Em- at 5-15 k 743 Cen Black's Borprioe Mutiral GET A Mai OF TMli VU OL1WH NIB MAJESTY'S— 640 To4ay Wed Thun 230 BealTre Lillie Cjrnl Ritehard Fred Emney in Cochran's 8IQ TOP LYRIC— Ur 56861 613 le Mon i W Th- 8 213 RICHARD TAUBER in Blessem Tims Lnit 2 week 0RPHEUM Colder Orren— Spe 9741 Today O10 k 7 C'-vf Gee liili Bourhier in tiin farce ALMOST A HONEYMOON PALACE (Ocr 68341— Niphtly 6-3‘ HUIBKRT COURTNEIDGE in PULL OWING Mats Wed BsL 215 PALLADIUM— Ger 7373 At 5 15 745 GEORGE BLACK'S GANGWAY IB-1 Daniel Ren Lyon Tommy Trinder TeAlj Brown The Rndwina hr) PENCE EMPIRE— 1 8yd 6241) 615 A 730 C'otut Player Far IN Lav si Me PHIENIX (Turn 86111 Thirs June 4 a’ 70 BtDDElEY (JINC4)I4) WAYNE CRISHAM WKU'H m SKY HIGH PICCADILLY - (Cer 4506) 7 pm Wed Ihur Mar 2 London' bmt eun OLITHE SPIRIT h Nl Onward PRINCE OP WALES THEATRE Wbl 86H1 Georae Black nreeenie the BBC- mere HAPPIOROMF Dnly at 245 k 5 - O— Chi 2920 Today 230 730 4 M Ba’re' THE LITTLE MINISTER ST JAMES’— Wlii 3W)S faet Tiro )Vrf'mnani lo-dav at 2 30 k 6 Yvonne Amaud in THE NUTMEG TREE CT MARTIN'S -Tem 1443 Kv 615 W Th 230 Ralnh Lynn Rashsry Nash GAVILLE— (Tern 40)1 I Ergs 630 Wed k Pat 230 PINE k CANDY LESLIE HENSON DOROTHY DICKSON STANLEY HOLLOWAY DOUG BYXG SAVOY — (Trm 8d8RI Eienmsa 630 THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER ROBERT MOKLKY Coral Browne Hugh McDermott Mary A GU:n Jerry 'emu Edward ((Her Mai Wed Pst 2 30 CTRANO— Tern 2660 Evs 640 Mats ' Wed Hat 230 OWEN NARKS m Daphne Du M -Hirer' REBECCA VAUDEVILLE— Tern 7400 Evys it 645 iimn Sat 245 A New Raw Sssep I F'rt Haa Material —Frs Standard VICTORIA PALACE— fCPINO LANE in TWENTY TO ONE " A year's Isuyh in a niait" Km 630 Mat Mon Wed Timer Rat 230 (vie 1517) 26-106 WATPORO PALACE (5671 )— CHARLEY’S AUNT Nishtly P50 k 8 Mat Sat 230 WHITEHALL— WhL 6692 Krm T Mats Weds Thurs Bat- 940- OTHER PEOPLE’S HOUSES Ohm Undo Phyllis Dare Clarice Mayne Popular Prices WVNDHAM’S— (Tees 3028) Kvgs (ex Mon) 630 Mat- Wed Thurs k 8L at 215 QUIET WEEK-END by Isther McCracken The Sequel to QUIRT WEDDING Directed by Richard Bird VARIETY CHISWICK EMPIRE— Chis 0505 630 'k 855 KEEP ’EM ROLLING with NAUGHTON St GOLD Neil McKay cte CROYDON KMPIRE— Cra 1941 6R815 8yd Seymour Jk Madhatters of 1942 PINSBURY PARK EMPIRE— 6 k 815 Joe Lorn A His Band Billy Daarera QOLDERS GREEN— Next Week f Billy Cotton k His Band Genres Lacy Jsckis Hunter HACKNEY EMPIRE— Amh 4451 630 & 835 REVUE OP NATIONS and Eric Winstone’s Rattle of the Bands KINGSTON EMPIRE— Kin 3131 508 Next Week: BRIGHT SIDE UP Connor k Drake etc Mat Sat- 215 SNEPNERO'S BUSH EMPIRE— She 4531 630 St 835 JACK PAYNE'S BAND Scott Sanders Gold St Corded etc TOLL Kinnway— Hoi 5703 6 St 815 Sat 230 MAX MILLER Freddie Forbes Harry Lester’s Hayseeds Dick Henderson Joe Yount Gay A Gay STREATHAM HILL— Next Week Jack ley A Clifford Jack Stanford 3 Musketeer etc WIMBLEDON— 6 k 815 Renee Houston A Donald Stewart G 8 Melvin WOOD GREEN EMPIRE— Bowes 4801 630 k 855 RUNNIN' WILD Cteef A Moronv Duncan Gray Harmonists CONTINUOUS REVUE WINDMILL Plee-eiT— 11th Yr REVUDE-VILLE 153rd Edition (6th wk) CboL rtly 1215-10 pm Last perl 815 A VIVIAN VAN DAMM PRODUCTION A iraln the mlv N'in-o’nn til? runninf PICTURE THEATRES (WEST ENOI ASTORIA Hiarint X-road— We Were Dancing (A) 1130 220 5 20 k 825 Too Serve nt Mulligan (U) 1 45 75-CAMEO VICTORIA— VIC 6588 THIS ENGLAND (U) Emiyn William CAMEO NEWS Plery-eir (opp Tree)- gt wwrreu1 show or cartoons s (DMF-DIK STOOGES POPEYK NEW MICKEY MOUSE 8 8YMPH 0 CAMEO NEWS Polytechnic Regent-sL Ox-Cir-GT WHnSON SHOW OF CARTOONS OOMFDIK8 STOiV'ES NEW MICK FY MOCSK DONALD DCCX U CARLT0N-1050 950 SWEATER GIRL Eddie Bracken Betty Jane Rhodes (A) A The Plainsman O Onoper (A) DOMINION Tntt Oonrt-rd— 1 1 50 to 10 THE FOREMAN WENT TO FRANCE IA) THREE GIRLS ABOUT TOWN (U) kr EMPIRE feie-wi — (Ger 1254 I 10 to 930 SPENCER TRACY KATHARINE HEP KliltN in WOMAN OP THE YEAR (A) Showing at 1220 245 510 755 CAUMONT Haymarket — 1055-950 TO BE OR NOT TO BE (A) New etr Pros can 10 55 140 425 715 LEICESTER-80 THEATRE — WhltehaD "252 '4 HITCHCOCK '8 SABOTEUR (A) Perf at 120 2 20 4 40 and 70 LONDON PAY— (Or 29821 10 0 to 100 THE SHANGHAI GESTURE One Tierney Walter Huton Ona Munson (A) WAR9LE ARCH PAVLN— ClNlt 11 to 10 HOW GREEN WAS MV VALLEY (A) Pr" com: 11 140 4 25 and 715 METROPOLE — Vir 4673 NEX7 OP KIN rt) N Shearer Ws Were IMncing (A) NEW GALLERY Refmt-nt— 11-10 HOW GREEN WAS MV VALLEY (A) Prog enm: 1130 25 443 ft 720 NEW VICTORIA (Q -B)— 1150 to ia The Foreman Went to France (A) Three Girl About Town ( (J I Last programme 7 OOEON Leie sn — Whi 6111 -10 am to 10 pm Anna Neag'e TM) Flaw Alans (If) At 1035 1255 320 5407 55 PARAMOUNT— NEXT OP KIN (A) Cnn-lirm nr Deny (A) To-mnr The Day Win lawn (U) Young Amerids iU) PLAZA— (10 940) THIS CUN FOR HIRE (A) Verunira take R Preston Alan I add at 1222 35 544 8 25 REGAL Marble Arch— Pad Rfal Prod March Lnrette Young BEDTIME STORV (A) 135 40 625 R55 SI: Billy fniion and hi Band 320 545 815 RITZ leiii-tt (next to Empire)— 122nd Week I Wy 1015 ft 315 CONE WITH THE WIND (Al “OWTW" starts pro-ly at 11 1 5 ft 31 5 ft flnishm 50 ft 70 ROYAL Marble Amh — Amh 2345 Dim Boyer Margarot Rullavan RACK STREET (A) Mvlemoixelle Doeteur (A) STUDIO ONE — Ts-day l-lO pm DISHKY’8 FANTASIA (U) ‘ WALT j Funiiiiar Rnsay Lm Gens dt Voysge (A) (French) STUDIO TWO NEWS— To-day 11-10 pm BOYAL NAVAL SCHOOi SEA-AIR REMCUE WOMEN OF AUSTRALIA Pictorial Disney Musical Tkavd ftc (U) TATLER TH Charint X-id-Tbs New Teacher (U) Russian Scenes ft Songs (U) Tbs Soviet Schoolchild (U) Ger 4815 WARNER Leie-aq Ger 3423— CboL 10 950 Bette Davis Ann Sheridan Montv Wordier THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER (U) 10 1220255530755 BRIXTON (SUBURBAN) AITORIA (ODEON)— U) (Tech) Torpedo Best U BROMLEY CAUMONT— BALL OF FIRE (U) HARD STEEL (A) News etc BURNT OAK ODEON— WEEK-END IN HAVANA (U) Farmer’s Wife (U) CAMDEN CAUMONT— Week-end in Havana (U) Mr Ce'ebrity (U) News etc CHEAM CENTURY— NW MsunUJ PsHs (U) Malta— Our Island Fortress U) CHEAM GRANADA— Ida Lupino OUT OP THE POQ a: Hint Another Chorus u eHELSEA QAUMONT — Week-end M Havana (U) Red Head (D) News etr CLAPHAM CRANAOA — M Carrol Oahama Pnsaas (Tech) n: Torpedo Boat a CLAPHAM MAJESTIC— BAU OF F1BF (U) HARD STEEL (A) News etc CROYDON DAVIS— OaR sf PM Gan Cooper U The Men In Her Lift (Al EDMONTON EMPIRE— GOOD MORNING DOCTOR (A) Jungle Cavalcade Ui EDMONTON RECAL-C Miranda Week-End m Havana (U) 1 he Night Hsa Eyes (H) ELEPHANT TROCADERO— BALL OP FIRE (U) 8tg: Carroll Levis Discoveries ENFIELD R:alte— Carmen Miranda Week-End in Havana U) Pesfect Snob Ui FINCHLEY CAUMONT — Week-end is Havana U) The Night Has Eyes (Hi etc PINSBURY PARK ASTORIA (ODEON)-BABES ON BROADWAY ID): M: Rooney GREENFQRD GRANADA— Miranda Weak-and In Havana n) The Perfect Snob u GREENWICH GRANADA — M OuTOil Behmna Passage (U) Torpedo Boat (Ul HAMMERSMITH Gaumsnt— Week-end ' Havana ID) Mr Celebriiy (U) New etc HAMMERSMITH REGAL (AB 0)--BABES ON BROADWAY ID) HARROW CRANADA— Miranda Wask-sna mHavsngiC) Jungle Ckrslcade (D) Org HENDON Amkatsader — Week-end in Havana U) Ihe Niriit Has Eyes H) etr HOLLOWAY CAUMONT— Week-end in Havana ‘U) Rmeryency Landing (U: ftp ISLEWORTH ODEON— BAHAMA PASSAGE U) iTech) Torpedo Boat ( U j KILBURN E near —Mai 6767 UiNMthad Businaat I A) Old Bones of the River (D) KILBURN Caumant State— WEEK-END IN HAVANA U) Sing Anntoer Chorus ( 0) 8tg KINGSTON CRANADA — Gary Cooper BALL OP FIRE iU) Melody Lane (Ul LEWISHAM CAUMONT— BALL OP FTRF ID) HARD STEEL (A) News etc LEVTONSTONE RiaNn— Miranda Wash End In Havana (U) The Perfect Snob (U I NORWOOD REGAL— Gary rtonper BALL OP FIRE IU) HARD STEEL 111 NOTTING HILL Csrenst— Weekend u Havana iUi Deadly Game (Dl News etc OLD KENT-ROAD ASTORIA (ODEON)-Bahama Psimis (Ul Torpedo Rnat iP-RAVNERS LANE ODEON— WEEK-END IN HAVANA HU Fanner’s Wife (U) RUSHEY GREEN Quean’s— BALL OF FfRK (Ul HARD STEEL (Al New Ae SLOUGH ORANADA— Gary Conner BALL OP FIRE u: Carole lendia Cadet Girl a STEPNEY TROXV-Ckr Miranda Week-End in Havana (U) The Night Has Eyes (HI STNEATHAM ASTORIA (Otfean)— Baton's Pastas IU) (Tech I Torpedo Rnat (0) STREATHAM CAUMONT — BALL OF FIRE (Ul HARD 8TEXL (A) Newt ftc SUTTON esunty Cinema— BALL OF FIRE (U) HARD STEEL (A) News ete SUTTON CRANADA— M Chrroll BAHAMA PASSAGE (Tech) a: Torpedo Boat a TOOTING CRANAOA— Gary Cooper Ball sf Fin a: Wilfrid Lawson Hard Steel a WALTHAMSTOW Granada— Miranda Wash and in Havana (U) The Perfect Eoob IU) WATFORD Gaumsnt— C Miranda Wash-End In Havana U) The Night Has Eyes (Hi WELLINO CRANAOA— Gary Onoper BaN sf Fir ()) Sing Another Chorua IU) WILLESOEN Granada— Miranda Wsak-Ens In Havana (U Jungle Cavalcade U WOOLWICH CRANAOA— Gary Cooper Call sf PM (u Small Towa Drb (a) CONCERTS VICTORIA PALACE — Buna at 650 LUPINO LANE pmsente ALL 8VAB ARTISTS Pnwssds to Merchant Navy RESTAURANT ENTERTAINMENTS BAQATELLE RESTAURANT 1 Mayfair- place Wl Tel Gro 1128 1268 3268 LUNCH 86 DINNER ft 8UPPER DANCING boa 8 to 130 TWO BANDS BDMUNDO R08 RUMBA BAND and JACK HAMILTON’S SWING MUSIC with PRIMROSE and TOM HENRY BRISTOL GRILL Cork-at Wl -beg 6869 LUNCH 36 DINNER 86 DANCING to CHERRY SIMMOND’S BAND with SYLVIA HANDEL FISCHER'S REST Bond-st — Dm Dancing from 7 pm Open week-ends T ea ft Dancing FRASCATI'S — Mu 5700 Music ft Dandng Hal Tauber Orchestra from- 615 pm GROSVENOR HOUSE — Air oooditioned Shelter Restaurant Billy Mnyeri Gro 6363 HATCHETTS Pies— Beg 0217 Dinning from 8 30 pm to Hatchett's Swingtet ‘ e Slater featuring Stephans Grappelly Pte HUNGARIA REST Plce-cir— Whi 4222 Gipey Music ft Dncg Open Sun for Lch Din THE LANSDOWNE Unsdowne-row Wl MAY 1657 Dancing to TIM CLAYTON ft hie Orchestra Air Qmditionrd MANETTA'S C1irge-t —GRO 2964 Dncg to Sydney Simone'e Orch Open Sunday for Liim-n Dnner Supper MAY 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