The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 23, 1956 · Page 8
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March 23, 1956

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 8

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ffhe BRUNSON NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY TECHNICOLOR RICHARD WIDMARK DONNA REED SATURDAY MORNING DOORS OPEN 9:45 5 - CARTOONS * 5 CHAPTER 11 "MANHUNT IN THE AFRICAN JUNGLE 1 —PLUS— RICHARD- CARLSOX in "Riders To Th« Stors" REGULAR FEATURE . "BACKLASH" ADULTS 60c—KIDS 25c SAY NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY -.« fa,. THE VANISHING AMERICAN IJDOC IOBBIS' BRADY TOTTER TUCKER m TPUCOIOR -*• 2nd FEATURE "AT GUNPOINT" Color & Cinemascoiw —Starrinir— Fred MacMurray Dorothy Mfllone DECKER NOW SHOWING THRU SATURDAY 2 P.M. FEATURE AJS'D- HENRY FONDA in "TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE" • Jn Color • PORT TODAY & SATURDAY ROCK HUDSON AMERICA'S TOJ' MALE I>KAO — with— CORNEL BORCHERS Academy Award Winitiir KoroiRn .S(or II "NEVER SAY GOODBYE With- G&ORGE SANDERS SHELLY FABARES HELEN WALLACE Westerns Are Whooping If Up This Weekend By WAXDA ORTOX Richard Widmark is lashing it Shots'will be heard around the out in "Backlash" at the Brunson. Bay town area this weekend with Fred MacMurray and Dorothy Mart solid booking o£ bang-bang lone are faced ''At Gunpoint" along westerns in the movie houses. with a Zane Grey classic, '"The FRANK RUSSELL'S HORIZON HOUSE « "World's Most Beautiful Airport Restaurant" Complete Dinners from $1.50 The exclusive Cloud Room now available for private putties, Reservation No. Ml. 9-7251 Houston Intemcrttond Airport FROM OUR STEAK BAR Select A Choice Cut T-Bone Steak WE SERVE ONLY U. S. PRIME AND CHOICE BEEF Private Parties Welcome For Information and Reservation* Phone 9088 Don't Forget To Try The Newest Drink in Town WILD HORSE & WILD CAT The Tower No. I—Decker Drive No. 2—2505 Market PKone 90Si Phone 3-1375 STEAKS and SEAFOOD Always at Their Tasty Best at Rebel Inn Treat Your Family ar.d Friends to a Wonderful Dinner Out So to church—then meet your friends at The Rebel Inn for our ipecial ROAST TURKEY DINNER Deiiciouj Turkey With AH The Trimmingi Eating Out Is Fun! GOOD FOOD MEANS GOOD HEALTH Rebel Inn 2702 MARKET PHOXE 4272 S L«r|e Dining Rooms to Serve Tou BRUNSON Vanishing American," nt the Bay theater. The story of how a Civil War vet becomes & tamed preacher is told in "Count Three and Pray," expert corned}' fare to reel through Saturday at the Decker. Van Heflin, one of Hollywood's finest, is the preacher boy. It is double billed with an old movie classic. "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine." AH will be relatively quiet, however, on the Port theater front with a DeLuxe soap opera. "Never Say Goodbye," starring Rock Hudson and Cornel Borchers, a Bavarian babe. Apache Wild Ones Apache Indians out Arizona way cause most of the trouble in "Backlash," current Branson booking which delves Jnto ferocious history. The theme is a famaliar one — the "I'm out to get even" motif. Without this emotional drive, western movies would lose three- fourths of their plots, just as cartoons would go out of business without dynamite sticks with which to blow up the cartoon characters' faces. (Just a little observation.) Anyway, Richard Wicfmark Is out to gpet his father's killer, an Apache he presumes. Donna Reed presumes her husband was killed by an Apache, hence a mutual revenge interest between Dick and Donna. John Mclntyre, a good ole' standby for western character parts (westerns would go out of business without guys like Mclntyre to play characters.) So there you are. Technicolor, cowboys, Indians, grandeur scenery and a lot of shooting and killing are aJi promised in this cull of commercialism. Thank you Hollywood. Good Xews About the best news since "Picnic" played at the Brunson comes with the announcement of "The •Rose Tattoo.' 1 booked for Sunday through Wednesday at the Texas Avenue popcorn house. Anna Magnani, proponent of the nee-realistic school of acting (in other words, she is believeable). plays a dressmaker who Jives in a smalj Gulf Coast Town, grieves over her dead, husband until she finds out he had been unfaithful. Then there were no teardrops tomorrow. Burt Lancaster plays an amorous truck driver, who resembles her dead husband. Though he ie a poor actor, Lancaster does manage to carouse around the best of pictures and act with the best of artists just as if he were one of them. ("Come Back, Uttie Sheba.") So, congratulations, Burt for being in this picture. Maybe someday you'll be worthy of the fine breaks you get. Other actors, far better than you. (Cameron Mitchell, Arthur Kennedy, etc.,) are not so lucky. In parting, it may be recalled th»t Tenoewsee Williams wrote tita piaj-. II that doesn't Inspire you with proper awe, then you muit'b*. totally ignorant of "The .Gl*M M«n.age rie," "5tre«tc*r •Nwn*d Desire." "Summer and Sntotw," and "The Rose Tattoo." Tour «ducation will begin Sund*v at the Brunson. SUPERMAN 'I'M SORRY. SENOR RIVERA-' I BUT YOU HAVE MY ANSWER/ : I DON'T MAKE PERSONAL '' APPEARANCES FOR PERSONAL PROFIT.' GOOD. 1 AN ADMIRABLE TRAIT. 1 1 LIKE THAT INA MAN'S CHARACTER/ SO YOU CAN'T BE BOUGHT, EH* *^y V«M VERY WCIL" 1 SHALL fcl DIRECT. WITH YOU, THEN/ THt REAL REASON 1 WANT YOU TO APPEAR AT MY DAUGHTER'S PARTY IS MOT TO HAVE YOU PERFORM,.. IT IS BECAUSE ARE THE MOST ELIGIBLE BACHELOR : IN THE WORLD ' IUZ SAWYER —by Roy CroM HEILO TKSRC.CAPTAIN 6AY. KMSM5ERME? SCriNAr*S,THE FSATURe WRITER. WHAT THE SUM HIlL CCE5 OK N** A WOMAN! ARE YOU OUTOTYOUKM1NO? VS TOUR C*FTAIN SFEAKWS. I KFEi CAPTAIN; a BIG BIN BOLT —by John CuR*n ...WOJ— LIST-WTO THIS* Ht>»i MO COSTTY FIS'-ne "0 SOJTH AVc An amtstmund story M •n inmbibittd woman ...Bf«i At jeakws fury raged m her hot Wood! Vir§tnio Mar ifcn GREY • PA VAN • COOPER ANNA MAGNANI WINS COVETED OSCAR! YOU TOO, WILL SAY SHE'S WONDERFUL WHEN YOU SEE •THE ROSE TATTOO" STARTING SUNDAY To O«t Certificates 'At a district P-TA convention Thursday in Livingston, certificates win be ffiven to members who have received 12 hours credit for participation in home and family life studies. Those from the East Chambers P-TA to get certificates will be Mrs. Loy Matlock, Mrs. T. B. Heartfield, Mrs. J. T. Buskirk, Mis* Arfelia WUlcox, Miss Maurie Hicks, Mrs. H. E. Ebner and Mrs. J. L. Ogden. LONG SAM Al Coop and Bob Lubbtn uwLyi it> K Om£,T)- CCNT wow TO fMKf ffCDHfc -reue P. you x&e. cvec. fM (50We TO TAWF IEEUE BAILEY —by Mart Wa*tr SAVE UP TO $1,000.00 OX A NEW 1956 DODGE THEY WANT TO KNOW IF WE KAV ANY SURPLUS HEAW 1 IffHY 7 TANKS SALE , TXRE. SOM6 GENTLEMEN OUTSIDE TO see. BARNEY GOOGLE AND SNUFFY SMITH —by Fred Losswtr 1 ERNIE DITTMAN I 707 EAST TEXAS I —DIPLOMA- GRANTED To Men Ltd Women WKo Study Hifih School at Home Mail Coupon Below For DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET. Learn how you can earn your American School diploma In your ipare time. Proof:** m Tut ai your tlmu and abllitlM permit. Standard Hloh School texti «uppli«d. Tnou«andi tnroll each year In tnlt S3 year old school. American School 4409 Batiwond Lane Bellaire, Texat Without obllaatlon t'.na atitrlptive booklet. me FREE VE BEEN IN HERE THREE SOLID HOURS. MI2 LEDBETTER-YORE HUSBAND SAYS HE'S GITTIN' PLUMB TIRED OF I'M FIXIN'TOMARK MY VOTIN 1 eALLOT RIGHT NOW, MAYOR BARLOW WHAT TOOK Vc SO ALL-FIRED LONG? SECREY AGENT X-? —by Mel Graft KREL LISTENING GUIDE 1360 ON YOUR DIAL FRIOAt EVENINQ < ; 0() — j'.rrl lint sn<1 fill!* (!:0!i— isc/i Driftwood Urlvt ~:W>— Nl»;rjt Train 10.00— Sir.n Oil • A.TURDAY MORNINO B:00— Studio B!« «:2« — Newt f:.tf>— Studio Sis ?:2« — News , 7:30— Studio K:i l!;f/)_D»sc»])!» Show H:(K> — ?.>w> 11:02— Tot 15 *ATU«OAY 1 2 :C;0— Nfw * 12:15— Rhj-uiaa Hmt> Hit FOB6ET THE OF A HURRICANE RONRK3 ! RK3HT! BUT WE 5TILL HAVE A CHANCE OF 6ETTIN& OFF 7HI* ISLAND > SURFACE CRAFT AIRPLANE WOULD VENTURE TO THE TEETH 4\4 HURRICANE THtM-THEN IT COULD OMLV HAVE EEM DOCTOR THE 5TORA1 OIPN'T SEVER E RAPIO- TELEPHONE! IT VM$ DONE BY HUMA.N HAND51 i.-CORR!6AN, THE 5TOR/M 'r!A5 BATTERED /V,V CA8IN «UI5£R INTO DRIFTWOOD AND KNOCKED OUT MV CONTACT WITH THE MAINLAND I'LL HAVE CONTACT THE MAINLAND in A MINUTE! CURLEY KAYO i t.Wt— Rffl'jfol MUSH, HAPPY-THE POOR SOUL flNALLY FELL ASLEEP.' Wl CAW GO MOW! NOW: WHY DIDN T YOU TELL ME YOU WERE TENDING A SIQC,OiO MAN.TESSIE? DIDN'T WANT TO BRING UP THE WIT, HAPPY.' I KNEW LIONEL BARTON 5URIN6 A TIME IN MY LIFE [ DON'T LIKE TO REMEMBER- BUT I COULD NEVER FORGET HIS KINDNESS TO ME. ,Ltf

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