Independent from Long Beach, California on May 19, 1949 · Page 19
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Belmont Premiere FILM STARS ON HAND TONIGHT Hollywood's film celebrities have made reservations to attend the premiere opening of the remodeled FORREST JUSTUS Manages Remodeled Theater Belmont Theater in Belmont Shore tonight. Among those present will be Roddy MacDovvall, Jane Powell, Ward Bond, Sidney Greenstrect, Virginia Mayo, Charles Coburn, Lee Bowman, Eddie Bracken, Rhonda Fleming, Marjorie Wood- IHIIED mm STARTS TODAY OCIAN at IOCUSI PHONF 7I?67'"' United Artist Opens 12 Dally Crest 5:45 Jealuiii\9 MCIK TAMIROFF MJUUE WINDSOR. lohntlul Plus 2nd Hit CRASH! on Top of tho World » DOCTOR Of MEKY fIGHTIW FOR lift AGAINST THE FURY Of WIIOKASTSANDICEI JESUOAS! T U E P H O N f 0 4 2 0 9 GENE ESTHER FRANK KELLY WILLIAMS SINATRA '·TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME" 2nd HI! -- "TUCSON" I M P E R I A L I BING CROSBY KING ARTHUR'S Ace Co-Hit--Brian DONLEVY In'IMPACT 1 ECU'IIU T E L E P H O N E 6 ^ 0 4 9 ROBERT TAYLOR--AVA GARDNER " T H E B R I B E " RAY MIILAND--AUDREY TOTTER "ALIAS NICK BEAL" ward, Cathy Downs, Rod Cameron, Scott Brady, Marta Torin, Tom Drake, Kay Kyser and Hoagy Carmichael. Highlighting the opening will be a sneak Hollywood preview of a ager; R. H. McCullough, director of construction, arid Stan Brown, Long Beach district manager. Completely remodeled and renovated at tne cost of $200,000, the theater embodies many unusual OPENS TONIGHT--Photo shows remodeled Belmont Shore Theater which opens tonight with a gala premiere featuring Hollywood movie stars. features in design and presents the latest and finest in sound and screen projection equipment. Forrest Justus, a World War II veteran, who has been with Fox West Coast Theaters 16 years, will manage the new house. He has been transferred from the Egyptian Theater in Long Beach. He lives at 228 14th St., Seal Beach. major 20th. Century-Fox film comedy hit. A variety-packed stage show also will be outside of the theater to entertain those unable to gain entrance to the showplace. Civic, business and social leaders from Long Beach and surrounding Southern California communities will be .on hand for "the special invitational preview. ox West Coast Theaters officials will include Charles P. Skou- ras, president; George Bowser, general manager; Dick Dickson, Southern California division man- VIDEO IN MEXICO Mexico expects to have television shows on the air by the end of this year. KiHed en Okinawa TOKYO (Thursday)-flNS). U. S. Far East Airforce Headquarters in Tokyo reported today that Sgt. Nathan C. Hunter of Chicago was killed in a jeep accident on Okinawa May 8. THE INDEPENDENT Page 19 long ieacK, Calif. -- Thun., May 19, 194f Townsend Picnic The annual Townsend Picnic will be held Friday in Bixby Park. Dr. Francis E. Townsend and Capt. Bob Townsend will be among the speakers. Lunch will be served on the grounds. 21 CHILDREN 12c--PLUS TAX OPEN AT 6 P. M. JAMES STEWART "ROPE" FARLEY GRANGER JOAN CHANDLER TECHNICOLOR n~r 4tn-Cherry T H E L E 6 9 - 3 O RAY ,j, FLORENCE MILLAND # MARLEY "SEALED VERDICT" |C LOGES--42c PLUS TAX New Show-Opens 5:451 ROBERT . MRNA MITCHUM XT' LOY "THE RED PONY" '£ JOEL K , ALEXIS ,ZACHARY McCREA^SMITH VSCOTT 'South Of St. LOUIS' TM OPEN AT 6 P. M. HILARIOUS ESCAPADE! .^ Robert Young . Shirley Temple · John Agar Adventured Baltimore ' S E A R C H F O R ADVENTURE JOHN CALVERT -- MYRNA DELI -- ALBERT DEKKER M STATE OPENS AT NOON VV SANTA FE AT 6 P. M. T-PINE * PHON6 - 7 2 _ - 7 - a _ 1 I T ' S A F U N - P A C K E D WILLIAM I'DUKE OF CHICAGO'TOM BROWN--AUDREY LONG OPEN AT NOON vV I I £ OPEN AT 5:30 JENNIFER _i JOHN JONES AT GARFIELD PEDRO ARMENDARIZ "We Were Strangers" JOAN CRAWFORD ZACHARY SCON -- DAVID IRIAN SYDNEY GRIENSTREE1 "FLAMINGO ROAD" MABK CT * »HQN* 2 1 V - l ROBT. TV, RANDOLPH MITCHUM. V SCOTT "GUNG. HO" ROBERT K_ EDDIE STACK V ALBERT DIANNA BARRYMORE "EAGLE SQUADRON" 8:30 Tonite! FUN! EXCITEMENT! Plui an Important MAJOR STUDIO FEATURE PREVIEW PHONE 9-6650 OPEN 6:15 DAILY--5:4! SUN. BOI HOPE--DOROTHY IAMOUR "My Favorite Brunette" IARBARA STANWYCK "California" ROADIUMS Campion and Paremoum Ph. Mt 3-4646 JOHN WAYNE--LARAINE DAY " T Y C O O N " GUY MADISON--DIANA LYNN "TEXAS, BROOKLYN AND HEAVEN" ;AII Seats--Matinee 35c| ;Eves. 55c -- Tax lncl. We present as usual the ] biggest and greatest stage i and screen attraction. ! ;! Randolph Scott - Ella Raines L, S "THE WALKING HILLS" 5 WARNER BAXTER E"Crime Doctor's Diary": INDEPENDENT THEATERS E B E L L 1 1 0 0 E . J H I B D S I . P H O N E 6 - 3 9 0 8 Tfc. fbell Jhtalrt ftoi n«».r shown Ihu* two (ill. before! Those wfio n«v» seen them will come to ie» ffiem ogaln; IhofO who navo no! muif surely iee them, as they ore 2 of r/i« flnoil plc'ures we (rove ever shown on one program. ' Academy Award Winner JANE WYMAN -- In - · J O H N N Y B E L I N D A wlln LEW AYRES--CHAS. BICKFORD HUMPHREY BOOART--WALTER HUSTON--TIM HOLT "TREASURE OF SIERRA MADRE" "SIERRA MADRE" 3:35-9:20--"JOHNNY BELINDA" 7:40-11:30 LAST DAY Doors Open 5:15 29 NEW DE LUXE LOGES 42 'CHILD. 12c Fed. Tax on All Admf. T H A t Y OPPOSITE AUDITORIUM - PHONE 414-67! BEACUI T E l f P H O N E . 4 1 9 9 8 Fresh from "Thi Igg * I" MARJORIE MAIN--PERCY KILBRIDI r ^ n J "MA PA KETTLE" · CLIFTON WEBB -- SHIRLEY TEMP1I 3 "MR. BELVEDERE J GOES TO COLLEGE" Fred Ja FEATURES SECOND CHORUS ASTAIRE -- P "GREAT CAGNEY GODDARD CLARKE · "PANAMINT'S BAD MAN" I-KEEPER OF THE BEES"| "SIX-SHOOTIK* SHERIFF"' I'The Law Comei to Texas"! NEWSPALACEG - - -- - P I N E A T O C E A N - : - %ft^I · '//eaJ- iS/ians? W E D « E S O A V | On The Spot Films EXECUTIONS IN STREETS OF SHANGHAI NEW ACROJETS FLY 500 M.P.H. Travef Adventure To Tne land of Contrast "AFRICA" Down South America Way "Goucho Fiesta" Florida Jallf/.n "Flashing Fins" " Z U L U L A N D " --IN COLOR- CARTOON OPEN ALL NKSHT 127/W. OCEAN Mate 653-143 Henry FONDA--"LONO NIGHT" Brian AHERN--"MERRILY WE LIVE" Victor McLAGLEN--'MAGNIFICENT BRUTE' PLENTY OF FREE PARKING IS01 E. Carson St. Stage Attract/on--Open 1:30 RANDOLPH SCOTT--JANE WYATT 'CANADIAN PACIFIC In Outdoor Scenic Color RAY MILLAND--AUDRY TOTTU "ALIAS NICK BEAL" Starts Today--Doors Open 6:15 P. M. ! JOHN GARFIE1D--CDW. G. 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