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PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE ! FIIIDAV, NOVEMBER 20, 1953- Headliners at Variety Club Banquet l" Grttntburg't Million Dollar Hotel " THE PENN-ALBERT I JIMMY SPANIEL COMBO NITELY CHROME ROOM lOPEN FOB LUNCHFON-DINNFR. Majestic Gardens Route 225 Miles East of Wilkinsburg VALLEY 3-9873 DANCE TONITE LEE RILLING ORCH. PENN.SHADY BALLROOM TENN AND SHADY 'EAST LIBERTY TONITE & EVERY SAT MON. The J2Dn(mnnam ' By HAROLD V. COHEN ALL-STAR FLOOR SHOW SATURDAY f III K AIUUM. Comedy-Donce-Emeee YIII4.IMA I.VE Lovely Dance Star OLDETYME DANCES JOE ' SCHULTE local Scrappings 1 Some of the losers in the re-cpnt Frankie Laine-Columbia Records-Wurlitzer contest sponsored here by disc jockey Joe Peane have complained to The Drama Desk that the winner, Mitzie Cottle, a junior in the Carnegie Tech music school, yas a professional because she fiad been Baron Elliott's vocalist lor a time. The contest did not tar professionals; it only specified that no entrant could have famed over $600 in any one year as a singer. So Miss Cottle jualified under the rules. . . . Xorman Mervis, who will take over as Chief Barker of the Variety Club for 1954 at the annual banquet Sunday night in the William Penn Hotel, and his yrife have dated the stork again. A card from the Dancing Evans Family of Homestead 'Park, now on a USO tour of the Far East: "Just arrived ;hack in Japan after nine weeks in Korea and were wo glad to get out of there! Will -tour Southern Japan for two nveefts before heading home." . . The old Tenn Theater in -Ambridge has been converted .Into a ballroom (The Melody) and Hal Curtis plays there on Sunday. Curtis, by the way, Is now featuring Helen Carr, of New Castle, on the vocals, k . . The Playhouse, Jr., in its first six shows this season at 50 cents a ticket made more money than in a corresponding period last year when the price was twice that. Although the upcoming War ner Brothers picture, "Three Sailors and a Girl," with Jane Powell, Gene Nelson and Gordon MacRae, is billed as the screen debut of big Jack E. Leonard, the comic at the Vogue Terrace, it really isn't. The 350-pound clown appeared jn a pic-tare five years ago; it was a two-reel commercial short distributed by Arthur Murray to his dance studios to show overweight pupils how good and graceful a dancer a heavy person can be. . . . The MADmoi-selles at the Monte Carlo aren't the same three girls who played there three years ago but they are the ones who just returned from Europe after going over so big at the Astor, the Colony and the Club Pigalle in London. i Aside to Mrs. C. F.: When ! Dino Crosetti (Dean Martin) filled out his audition card for the local "Amateur Hour" 18 years ago, he listed his address as Mingo Junction, O. . . . Eddie South. "The Dark Angel of the Violin" who was on Dave Garroway's show last Friday, goes into the show at the Copa tonight and will stay there all of next week. ... Bohemian-born Rudolf Serkin, the master pianist who'll be the soloist with the Pittsburgh Symphony this evening and Sunday afternoon, is by background, education and career an international figure. His parent were Russian. His musical studies centered in Vienna. His home for years was in Basel, Switzerland. And now with his five children, Serkin makes his home high in the Vermont hills. The sides of The Drama Desk are still hurting from Larry Storch's take-off on a television cowboy at the Carousel. And that's a mighty purty bundle of dancer, too, on the same bill in Joan Kayne . . . Vaughan Monroe had dinner the other night at Ben Gross' new restaurant cn Route 30. They're old high school chums from Jeannette . . . Betty Dougherty, the Pittsburgh soprano, sails from New York Monday on an extended singing engagement in Europe. Her plans include opera in Germany, Switzerland and Italy, ending with the spring festival of music in Milan . . . Biggest laugh at the Hollywood Press Photographers costume cotillion came when emcee Art Linklet-ter said: "Our $40 profit goes to the widows and orphans of photographers who have gone out to Marilyn Monroe's house and never been seen again." Shotv liaio MXON "An Evening with Beatnct Llll!e."' Touifhi t S 30. flRlA MOSQIE Pittsburgh SymphonT Or- rhestra, William Sternberg conducting, rd Rudolf Serkm piano soloist. Tomtht f 8:30. Program repeated on Sunday afternoon t 3. FLATHOL'SE Hamlet Street Theater: '4ou Loves Mary." Tonight at 8:30. Cr-.ft .Avenu Theater: "Two On An Island. " Tonight at 8:30. CHL PI.A.M TARIt .M "Tha fcc Today at 3:15 aud 8:30. ABT CINEMA "The White Line." at 11:39. 1:36. 3:13. S. 6.47, fc.4 and 10:31. CASI0- The "Cat Girl" In burlesque and a feature movie. Continuoua from 10:30 a- m. to 11 p. m. TLTON Marilyn Monroe. Betty Grable and Lauren Bacall ji "How to Marry a Millionaire. " a Cinemascope movie, at 11. 12 54, 2:48. 4.12, 6:36. 8:30 and 10:24. HARRIS Richard Burton. Jean Simmons and Victor Mature m The Roue." at 11:20. I 4:40. 7:20 and :47. rM Sanre Jet." with Robert Ftaci. t ' 1:22. 1:30, 3.38. 8:46. 7:54 arid 1 :02. BITZ Robert Taylor, Ann Biyth and f"w-art Granger In 'All the Brother! Were Valiant' at 10:15. 3 2:13, 2:11. 4.09, 6:07, 8:05 and 10:03. PQriRRfL HILL Ceorre Cl and Nadla Gfa In "Mr. Potta Goe to Motcow." at 6 04. S. 06 and 10:08. BTAfLET Alan Ladd and James Muon tn "Botany Bay." at 11, 1. i. 8. 7. 9 and 11:05. I m S? I I M Tffla& M&oa? JFMonas Botany Bay9 Comes to the Stanley And Penn Gets 'Sabre Jet By HAROLD V. COHEN When, the not-so-good ship Charlotte sets sail from England for Australia with a cargo of convicts in 1787, "Botany Bay" looks loaded for movie bear. All of melodrama's hydraulic pressures are present. The skipper is the tyrannical Mr. James Mason, a thin-man version of Captain Bligh cordially despised by most of his crew and officers; Mr. Alan Ladd, who has no business being aboard, keeps plotting one escape after another with some fellow-conspirators well educated in the cut-throat school; a fat, wily fence in a luxury dungeon peddles rum and gossip for a price; the prisoners are a surly, black-hearted, villainous lot and Miss Patricia Medina, in off-the-shoulder gowns, admired by Mr. Mason and loathed by Mr. Ladd, seems made to order for the catalytic agent time-bombed to explode the whole kit and kaboodle. For a movie so stacked with incipient fireworks, "Botany Bay" certain blows a fuse. The promise of the beginning fizzles out into some piddling fits and starts in the direction of mutiny and insurrection, none of which ever materializes, and winds up in a comic opera war with a band of fuzzy-wuzzies in Australia. Mr. Mason gets an arrow in his chest and Mr. Ladd, who now knows that Miss Medina only accepted the skipper's favors without returning any, decides to marry her and settle down as the physician-in-waiting for the Botany Bay colony. You see, he had been a medical student back in England. The surface resemblance between "Botany Bay" and "Mutiny on the Bounty" shouldn't be too surprising, since the two tales were both turned out bv the well-known Charles Nord hoff -James Norman Hall writing team. In this case, however, the Jonathan Latimer screen play dissipates all of the meat and potatoes, and even the scenes of floggings and tortures don't raise a single welt or an eye brow. Every so often, "Botany Bay threatens to get somewhere, but just as often, the situations reach a midway point and then nothing happens. This is the sort of thing that conjures up all sorts of hell-bent-for-leather action but delivers only tame- ness and tedium. The performances are just as stagnant. Mr. John Farrow has directed his people and his picture with a feather -duster instead of a whip. 'Sabre Jet Penn By WIN FANNING In the air, where it stays most of the time, "Sabre Jet" does for modern combat aircraft what "Wings" did for the World War I variety. On the ground, however, the comparison is not so favorable. This is the story of the sir war over Korea fought by young pilots who kiss their pretty young wives goodbye each morning before setting off to war; and of the wives who wait at the air base gates in VI S2 I Japan to greet their husbands at the end of the day's "work." Technically it is an im mensely powerful movie. Ideally suited to the wide screen for which it was apparently designed the movie makes extensive use of actual combat footage (in color) shot by gun-sight aim point cameras synchronized with the chattering machine guns of the Sabres over Korea. The ground control scenes as the planes prepare to take off and when they are coming in after a mission are crisply handled. The peculiar high whine of the Jet engine domi nates the sound track just as it actually dominates the " air when jet squadrons are warming up. There is a minimum of talk, which is as it should be. The aerial sequences are breathtakingly impressive. Whether showing the Sabres, the F-SO's or the giant B-29's, the color camera wheels and turns to catch every angle of the fighter-to-fighter combat, the strafing and the bombing which are all in the pilots daily routine. Often too, the camera catches the beauty of flight as it trains an eye on a pair of jets, or dwells on the majestic form of a lone B-29 cruising toward its target. o "Sabre Jet" gets into trouble of a different nature when it strays off the base. Wrapped around a pretty soapy plot having to do with a magazine writer who comes to do a story about her husband's outfit, the ground "action" is shot through with all the standard tear-jerkers. Strange as it may seem, for all the inherent pathos in the husband-wife relationships, it is a lone ground crewman, staring ever hopefully into the sky for a missing plane, who best symbolizes the tragedy of those .who fail to return. ' Mr. Robert Stack, Mr. Leon Ames and Mr. Richard Arlen (a lieutenant in "Wings," he wears a general's star this time) turn in creditable, and when concerned primarily with military affairs, superior performances. Miss Coleen Gray, as the magazine writer, and MLISADES II TOO FIFTH AVE. U McjXEESPORT, PA. No Corer or Minimum DINNERS $2.50 UP BANQUETS and PARTIES PHONE BR. 1-3244 , WE SERVE SUNDAY DINNERS - DIAMOND ST NIA SMITMElELt DIRECT FROM 18 MO. RUN IK FRENCH QUARTERS, NEW ORLEAN! THE "CAT GIRL" As New as Cinemascope rt 6E0RGE MURRAY tie i i I Sssk m FBI. The Mad-Moiselles (upper left ) , French "pickpocket," Uominique and the Redheads will be the headliners in the show to be presented at the 26th Annual Variety Club Banquet to be held at the William Penn Hotel on Sunday night. Harold E. Stassen, director of the Foreign Operations Administration, will be the principal speaker. The banquet will honor out-going: Chief Barker Carl Dozer and his successor, Norman Mervis. The world-wide showman's organization was founded in Pittsburgh. Playhouse, Jr. Sets 'Red Riding Hood' The Playhouse, Jr.. the children's theater at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, will present its second production of the season, "Little Red Riding Hood," opening tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 p: m. "Little Red Riding Hood" was written by Charlotte B. Chor-penning and tells the famous folk-tale in a special delightful way. The leading role of Red Riding Hood will be played by Bonnie Kaley, the Grandmother by Fairy Clutter, and two wolves by Al Spindelman as "Big Wolf" and Harry Dumais as "Small Wolf." William Glennon, James Sw-eenie, and Edith Mason round out the cast under the direction of William Leech. "Little Red Riding Hood" will be presented for six consecutive Saturdays, beginning this week. All the performances are scheduled for 2:30 p. m. in the Playhouse's Craft Avenue Theater. Olde Tymers Holding Pre-Holiday Dance Johnny J. Jones, Pittsburgh's original olde tyme dance master, has announced a pre-Thanksgivine dance which will be held in the New Crystal Ballroom, Lithuanian Hall, 1723 Jane Street, Southside, tomorrow night. Miss Julie Bishop, as the general's wife, are hardly more than decorative. It is really the jets them selves, which take off with a swosh, and fly away with the show. And since this is a picture about the Sabre, it is enough that the "star" turns in a perfectly wonderful performance. I LIBERTY CAFE $23-25 Federal St., N. S. NEW ALL STAR SHOW EVERY WEEK! lowllnq Banquets Holiday Parties CEDAR I.M33 l BAT WEE Tn fJA ETewag Willi P KFATRICE LILLIE"- LVfJ Reginald GardlsMer LAST 2 DATS ENDS TOM'W. SEATS AVAILABLE Bl T BLRRT NEXT WEEK, Starts HON., NOV. 23 6 Kifhts Only Matinees Wed. A Sat. b 5 HAROLD LANG lX&tta?CM Ce-eSarrfeff CAROL BfiCCE SEATS ON SALE NOW! Dancing Every Thurs. & Sat. Sat. Nite-Jimmy Gamble Nick Nigro presents JOHNNY PINEAPPLE AD HIS FA3IOLS nEVt E 2-SHOWS NITELY FROM NOON TILL 9 P. M.. . . As Exciting as Cinerama with m - EILEEN HUBERT-EDDIE LLOYD "BLACK & WHITE REVUE" a am aw st e eeeBeB emM mm aeaaa Duke & Duchess 90S FEDERAL ST.. N. S. ALL GIRL REVUE NATCHEZ JOYCE McKENZIE LENA BANKS, Enotfc Dancers BOB STEWART, Singer CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT NOW APPEARING NITELY " MAD-M0ISSELES NEW YORK'S TOP COMEDIENNES LUIS MORALES Famous Rhumba Band DINNER SHOW 8:30 Ponn EXpress 1-1214 MICKEY MERCER "Mighty Mifresi ot Mirth" PLUS DANDY DICK CARLSON EVA SANTCHEZ Cuba's Marilyn Monro GAY EXCITING AND DIFFERENT REVUE il2 S IXTH" ST. AT. 1-3123 Before or After The Gam Luncheon Dinner LATE SUPPER OPEN SUNDAYS the PLAYHOUSE fi HAMLET ST. LAST 2 NITES at 8:30 "JOHN LOVES MARY" Hllarlovs G.. Comedy Hit rf CRAFT AVE. TONIGHT 8:30 "Two On An Island" First Pittsburgh Showing of Comdy Ail stats (incl. tax): S1.75; Sat. $2.20 Tickets: Gimbals, Home's, or Telephone MA. 1-4445 in FOR CHILDREN J Wll. TOMORROW, 2:30 "LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD" ALL SEATS (Incl. Tax): 60s PHONE FOR BESERVAT10NSv EVERY THURSDAY. FRIDAY & SAT. NIGHT EARL WALTON At Ha no formerly wlti fAe Andrews Sisters RAINBOW ROOM AIR-CONDITIONED 420 FEDERAL ST.. N. S. Acres from longs 6 tuM AL. 1-4054 Famous for SEAFOOD STEAKS CHOPS Lobster Paiisienrtt Oyster Rockefeller Filet Lemon Sole Canavana i gee Open: SUN. 2 to 10 Daily 11:30 A.M.. 1 :30 A.M.' (pa .iKl UALKING IfJTO YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD V v r t.;4 ENJOY IT AT YOUR FAVORITE NEIGHBORHOOD THEATRE NOW SHOWING: STARTS TODAY: STARTS SUNDAY: ARCADE South Side LE0NA Homestead ARSENAL Lawrenceville CHARTIERS . Cr.lt.. JJaNOS . ' .' ,' . .', ' "jMilnetlt CAP'TA0L ETNA lEtna ROWLAND Wilkinsbure PLAZA Bloomf.eld MT. OLIVER . Mt. Oliver STARTS TOMORROW: ROXIAN McKees Rocks SHERIDAN SQ East Liberty KENYON Northsido SCHENLEY Oakland WILLIAM MtlNbtKO Musical Pmcur TONINGHT AT 8:30 p. m. ALL-MOZART PROGRAM Overture to The of Figaro Piano Concerto No. 17 (K.453) Sinfonie Concertante (K. App. ?) for Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon and Orchestra Piano Concerto No. 22 (K.482). Piano Seloiti Tickets at Kautmann's, Gimbels, Home's Today: Mosque Tonite After 7 P. M. STEINWAY CENTENNIAL PIANO SERIES Piano Series Tickets at Ticket Booth on HOUSE'S Balcony Only November 20 and 22 RUDOLF SERKIN December 18 and 20.BENNO MOISEIWITSCH 5 Concerts fOf the Price Of 4 January 22 and 24 EUNICE NORTON . February I? and 21. ALEXANDER BRAILOWSKY A few choice locations In each price March 5 and 7 Sl&l WEISSENBERS group to be sold at a piano teriet. "KATE" IS GREAT ON 3-D! M-G-M brings you the famed stage show! The first quality color musical in 3-D! STARTS WEDNESDAY! LOEW S PENN STARTS TODAY "ONE - N. 4r N. Y. Doily "Excellent"-N.r Post Wi.f4 ML ryi vi m . : awe c . ..''., r THE FIRST AIX CIXE3IASCOPE SHOW madii vu unwunr BETTY GRABLE LAUREN BACALL 2D WnwTnMippv " A MlIXIOMIRE DOORS OPEN TECHNICOLOR AT 10:30 WALT DISNEY CARTOON "TOOT. WHISTLE, PLUNK end BOOM" ALSO THE CORONATION PARADE ALL TECHNICOLOR (today at j C HARRIS 2Qj5Pn 10i30 Am M. Cenrury-rVs The Mssssseeeaw . '-X:rl'.- .Rl . v :: : TECHNICOLOR J. P. II A 11 It I S Jlyeth St. ClIBERTY) SO. HILLS ) JEANXR C RAIN-MICHAEL KENNIE CLARK GABLE-AVA GARDNEB "DANGEROUS CROSSING" "MOGAMBO" D. PARCEL FLAME Or CALCITTA GRACE KELLY-TFCHJJICOLOB ' C PENIS ; : ( PERRY ) GREG PECK-AUDREY HEPBURN ABBOTT A COSTELLO MEET "ROMAN HOLIDAY" R. JEKTLL end MR. HYDE" HIGHEST RATING! DON'T MISS! J. Chsnrllrr "Grfst Sioux t'prlnlnr" get you v MOW ox orncE orcNS 10 a. m. Or Order ly Mail MATS. AT 230 P.M. MOM. THMI fM. Othtstf tM lot $1-80: Itlesny $1.30. MATS, tt 130 M. SAT. A NO SUN. Oredestr sod left i.0i tk1 $LM. tnu SHOW SUN. AT 1 30 TM. Orchtstfl nd left MtO; Itkeir, 40. $1.80.- RIGHTS AT I JO . Sun. Itirs f rL) SATUIOAT AT 7 JO Ml. W) 10 JO tM. Oretmtfl Sfld Up M M-, Moses $2.44 $1 K. (O'icts includt ill llitl). reserved teats only THEATRE to bring you the Hanniest. Henrf r.farminpest ri - , Hit of the Year! and Conduct, SYRIA MOSOUI SUN Marriage AFT.. NOV. 22.. 3:00 p. m. STEINBERG Conducting RUDOLF SERKIN THE HUMAN STORY BEHIND THE TRIESTE HEADLINES! OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST Y. Heod Tribwne on 'e prts ; News i i i T- to-starrtflg WILLIAM POWELL w.'.v.v.v.v.sw.v.wArie j0 FULTOX THEATRES);iMu8joo); Continuous Showings I Prists: ISi tt 12:30: SI. U 5: 1 tt tliia f hlMr.e ,. Invflri. You ie If without special qlossei! ih4Lentirttiinmenf world! print by TECHNICOLOR you don't need glasses! Pittsburgh Premiere Wed. Dec. 9th - -seMevMsaMsaMsav "O"- V J Me , Doors Open 10:45 A.M. ROMANCE! THRILLS! ON OUR GIANT PANORAMIC SCREEN Meet the jet aces who ride them ... and the women they hungered starring Robert STACK Coleen Richard GRAY ARLEN Leon Julia AMES BISHOP WFDNFSPAYf MGH's First Bio Color Musical in 3-D "KISS ME KATE" KATHRYN GRAYSON HOWARD KEEL 2nd BIG WEEKI MCM's "ALL THE BROTHERS WERE VALIANT" TECHNICOLOR ROBERT TAYLOR STEWART GRANGEI ANN BLYTH TREAT THE FAMILY TOmCtrt FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ZO riinnrii (NORTHSIDE) UHnULII Rvbt MUchum - Av Gardner "My Forbidden Pit" Stewart Granirer-Cyd Charlsse "Tho Wild North" (Color). BELLEVUE (BELLE VIE) Ksfy head' Jurado-Jaek Pa lance "Arrow-(Tech.) and Short Subjects. GRAND. (CARNEGIE) Bint Crosby-Claude Oau- phtn "Little Boy Lost" and Frank Lovejoy "The Hitch Hiker" and Cartoon. SHADYSIDE ter Pidgeon "Scandal tt Scourle" (Terh.) at :35-9:S5 and Glenn Tord-.Iulla Adams "The Man rrom the Alamo" (Tech.) at 8:10. STATE (335 FIFTH AVE.) drlx "Saddle Tramp" (Tech A Tom Ewell-Harvey I.ernberk "Willie A Joe Back At The Front." LATE SHOW TONITE LAST FEATURE 11:05 P. M. Color I? TECHNICOLOR Jr...X 1 t7 m 1 nw i PARDWICRLJ mmTWB I v ! I I 1 W DOORS OPEN 5:45 P. M. HELD OVER SECOND WEEK "DELIGHTFULLY FACETIOUS" n si 1 News "Mr. Potts Goes to Moscow" Sforrfno Gerqe Cole-Oeor Homolka SHERIDAN SQ. Cut Liberty Ring rri)5bv-C. Dsuphio "LITTLE BOY LOST" RECENT... East Liberty .Tamrs fapno'-Barb. fitle Lion In the Stret' ml. Iso 'Crust Slo Uprliins' SCHENLEY.... Oakland V. fWon-Jarlr Palan'-s "ARROWHEAD" mlor iln "DanoM-sis Crntini" STRAND...... Oakland n. 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