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September 4, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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NORTHWtST ARKANSAS TIMCS, tayoMvHto. Arkemtw Thumby, Septomhw 4, IfM . Showing Next Week At fayetteville Theatres Hill "AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD" ' j Hay worth Starred ! Rita Hayworth, more beautiful ' and exciting than ever, is back on ; the screen in "AFFAIR IN TRINI/ DAD," due at the OZARK Theatre / Sunday. Glenn Ford, the man Rita / loved in "Gilda," also is starred in AFFAIR UN TRINIDAD." Set on the tropical island of Trinidad, the new film is an ab- orbing romantic drama which gives Miss Hayworth an opportunity for some pretty unhlbited dancing and a torchy tune or two to sing. There is the same fervid romancing between Rita and Ford that distinguished their roles in Gilda." Miss Hayworth plays an entertainer in a Trinidad night club sings that she does what she loves, and loves what she does. Murder _ and international intrigue enter her life WIILII police link the death of her artist-husband to the conspiracy they suspect Alexander Scourby, man of mystery and trader In international secrets, is hatching on Trinidad. Glenn also comes into the life of Rita and is also suspicious of. this haunting beauty. Against this backdrop of brooding violence, the love affair between Rita and Glenn proceeds, as moody and as sultry as Trinidad's Calypso drums. "AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD" opens at the OZARK Theatre Sunday and plays through Wednesday. "DREAMBOAT" Hilarious Satire f On TV Fare Movies and Television join forces at the OZARK Theatre next Thursday when "DREAMBOAT," a fresh and impudent spoof on the prehistoric film fare that is standard viewing on the little screen, makes its local bow. No funnier picture has been sighted this year. If it's all out latlghter you want, Clifton Webb, Ginger Rogers, Jeffrey Hunter and Anne Francis will provide it in no 'uncertain manner at the OZARK Theatre. Taking off on a completely new and immensely funny story line, "DREAMBOAT" offers Clifton Webb as a one time silent movie "great lover" unseated from his new anonymity and respectability as a college professor by the popularity which comes with the reissue, on Television, of his old- CLIFTON WEBB time movie silcnts. Known as "Old Ironheart" to his pupils before the revival, Webb becomes threatened with the prospect of becoming a national idol all over again with the students' new tag of "DREAMBOAT" keying the change. Here is the type of laughing entertainment that every age will enjoy, featuring four fine stars. "DREAMBOAT" starts at the OZARK Theatre next Thursday. "MY SON JOHN" Pov7«rful! Dramatic! Shocking! A much heralded screen drama will be installed at the UARK Theatre next Saturday with the opening of Leo McCarey's "MY SON JOHN." This picture is described by advance critics as a timely film of unusual merit and high dramatic interest, marks the return to the screen of Holen Hayes, Amer- I ica's first actress. Dean Jaggcr, j Van Heflin and Robert Walker are also starred in the picture. I "MY SON JOHN" deals with the I plight of the average American I family subjected to tense ordeal I when one son's guilty past is sud- I denly uncovered. Miss Hayes I plays the mother. Jagger appears |as her husband, Walker is cast as I the errant son and Heflin portrays la government agent. __ This is the story of a son who commits treason, and this jarring exposition of a pressing contemporary problem states its point boldly and effectively without, descending to the level of a mere moral or political tract. There is fresh, imaginative drama in the screeplay and it will hold you in its spell from the opening shot to the final fadcout. The critics and movie-goers that have scon it say, "By all moans, put 'MY SON JOHN' do\vn on the list of pictures that you can't afford to miss." "MY SON JOHN" opens at the UARK Theatre next Saturday. "IVOBY HUNTER" Modern Ad- v«ntur« Story Set in a Land That Time Forgoi! "IVORY HUNTER" was filmed in its entirety in Africa. It hart to be .. . for it is based on the hitherto unsung heroism of a man named Mervyn Cowie, who by dogged persistence forced the creation of the National Parks of Kenya for the preservation of Africa's wild game. It is the story of a man who waged a relentless war against the Ivory Hunters who were destroying the last great elephant herds. Appalled by such needless slaughter and waste of wild life, he set out with his wife and child to live apart from civilization in the untamed wilderness of the Dark Continent. Alone, he penetrated the lair of the fierce Ka- wamba tribe and trailed the ruthless white outcasts who bought their illegal ivory. HiSj story, filmed as it happened, with some of the world's most awefiome splendors brought to the screen for the first time in Technicolor, is one of the great living adventures of our time "IVORY HUNTER" stars Anthony Steel and Dinah Sheridan. It opens at the UARK Theatre next Wednesday and will be entertaining to children and adults alike. PARACHUTES ON 84th BIRTHDAY MTMCAl CUirURHT Bemarr MacFaddcn marked hit MUi birthday by ·iklnc · panchut* jump from 1,000 feet that cnrjed lo a vacant lot 2t jardi from hl Urfet--the Seine River In Parli, France. Here, he li helped off with hli hameu. MacFaddcn wore two pirachutei, red flannel underwear and I Ufa bclL f/ntcrnatlonal RadlopholoJ Truman Charge Legions ° {lest ' 91 "Absurd/' GOP Adviser Says SITTIN" AND LION--At Thousand Oaks, Calir., 19-year-old Barbara txgan shows Ulat when she tames a lion, he stays tamed. Shapely Barbara, a television singer, learned to tame the big cats when she was onty 14 in her California home. i 1 Dulles Replies To Criticism Of Talk ' By Eisenhower ·! New York - f/Pi - .Inlin Foster! .Dulles, answering a .stMc-mpnt by .President Truman, suit, yesterday' it is "absurd in suggest" t h a t 1 ! U w i g h t D. Ki.'icnlinwer is scekin;; ; ' it revolt of unarmed peoples under the Soviet yoke. Dullt?s, foreign pnliry adviser t o ' t h e Republican pro.Mrientiai am-' : dictate, replied to \vhut he called! 1 attempts by T r u m a n to "belittle and besmirch" Kisenhmver. Mr. Truman, speaking Tue:.r:ay ' ; at Parkcrsburg, W. Va., ;icruci '; the Republicans of p l a y i n g " c r u e l , gutter politics w i t h t h e lives oi countless good men and women behind the Iron Curtain." : Mr. T r u m a n interpreted .in earlier declaration by Kisenhower a s , an apparent call for revolt by na- j lions captured- by the -Soviet. B u t ' ; the president .said he didn't believe t h e R e p u b l i c a n s w a n t e d r n v n i t s but were merely bidding for votes on t h e issue. i Dulles' comment on t h a t was: "It Is, of course, absurd to suggest t h a t General Eisenhower an- j ticipates invoking wholesale in- j surreclion by unarmed slaves. I Premature revolt would uxpuse * STRAIGHT in a luiiiniij. Joint I-;. Ncwcombf. In. tirlievcU to In' t h e American Lti;ion';t oldest inembrr, stuntJs »t s a l u t e ilunng ceremonies at Dm Legion (-(.invention m New Yorlt. Hi- Is commander of the A-Ufcuuta, 111., post. (International t h e p a t r i o t i c people to liquidation." Dulles, who d i s t r i b u t e d his reply to 'Innnaii at Kisenhciwcr'.s re- gional campaign headquarters. heir, continued: , ' Three arc countless peaceful · ways by ul/.cli the tasks of the I Russian despots can ho made so 1 I'nbwrnbly d i f f i c u l t t^.-i* Ihe en-; xit'-£ rt 'temt*s w p l renounce their rule. That wns shown in Vuffo-: M i \ . j '. fr'tre I-'rr.m Speech '. The controversy grew from Els-! rnhov-'C'r's address before the j American Legion N a t i o n a l Con-; vent ion last week, in which he s;.id; : "We can never r^t and w e ' m u s t «,o inCrn-iii all the world inc l u d i n g the K r e m l i n that until t h e ; f'ML,!'i\cd n a t i o n ? of the world have '· in the fullness of freedom t h e . My hi to chuosL' their paths, t h a t ' then, and oftly ihen, can we i.ay j t h a t there is a possible way of l i v - · MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL In* peacefully and permanently with communism in the world." 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