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amusements 2 — SESSION^DAJLY~r imimiiHi fuller ' s * iiiii||mji| MAJESTIC "THEATRE Destined to become Most Import** Watch for later announcements. Daily Sessions: 4.40. ','.45 p.m.* lIIIIIIUIIII Phone 43-210 SOMETHING NEW IN THRILLS! man the** jJJ IO WALLACE BEERY WALLACE BEERY Tom Drake — Jan Clayton ; IN "THIS MAN'S NAVY" '* r "THIS MAN'S NAVY" ' ! "THIS MAN'S NAVY" • r HEROES—IN LOVE! BEERY—IN ACTTOBc Approved lor Universal Exhibition. , And for Greater Entertainment: A suspense-loaded Thrill Story of a smalktt - boy who feu family DONALD BARRY ' Henry Hull — Dale Evans IN "THE WEST SIDE KID" "THE WEST SIDE KID" "THE WEST SIDE KID" A Human Story of Thrills and Excftenwmt Recommended by Censor More for Adutts! Direction: Kerridge Theatres (throughout NZJ [ STATE | r'iS, [STATE] 7.30 TO-NIGHT 7.30 W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM'S 'THE MOON AND SIXPENCE* 'THE MOON AND SIXPENCE' With GEORGE SANDERS. HERBERT MARSHAL? Recommended by Censor for Adutts Also: OLIVIA DE HAVTLLAND, ROBT. CUMMING* "PRINCESS O'ROURKE" "PRINCESS O'ROURKE" Approved lor Universal Exhibition J And: N.Z. PRISONERS OF WAR. LEATO GERMANY. • y Direction: Kerridge Theatres (throughout NZ.) 130 VOGUE " ' Auckland's Modern. Popular, Intimate Theatw. Karangahape Road. Phone 43-003. A Throbbing Page of Life Vividly Filmed! it Thrill again to this Dramatic Blast!!! Robert Taylor, Lana Turner, "JOHNNY EAGER" "JOHNNY EAGER" . "JOHNNY EAGER"i Specially Recommended for Adults. J And when Maisie comes off the Swing<=.Shift something really does happen!! ANN SOTHERN — JAMES CRAIG > " SWING SHIFT MAISIE " " SWING SHIFT MAISIE " Approved for Universal Exhibition. TOWN HA Lh~~ j Triumph of Isador Goodman HERALD writes: "Euthusiasm of audience.... Isador Goodman was accorded a most 5 enthusiastic reception by a very larfee ' audience." STAR writes: "Isador Goodman was greeted by an audience which overflowed , into the choir seats, and whose enthusiasm waxed greater and greater with each successive presentation.* TO-NIGHT at 8 SECOND GRAND CONCERT Impresario Alexander Levitoff present* the famous pianist.... t ISADOR GOODMAN ISADOR GOODMAN ISADOR GOODMAN ISADOR GOODMAN whose brilliant playing electrified a record J audience on Tuesday Night. PRICES: Reserves 8/, 6/ and 4/, plus /tax Seats may be reserved at H.M. Theatre Arade. ; Unreserved seats, 2/6, plus tax, sold at. the doors. , CATHOLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS , FESTIVAL TOWN HALL TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 AND 8. 1 First Presentation by Combined Catholic Secondary Schools of Interpretations of t Popular and Classical Works. 700 TALENTED STUDENTS '. In " ; MUSIC. SONG AND VERSE 5 . And PHYSICAL DISPLAYS. 7 Reservations at Lewis Eady, Ltd.. from July I 23. Prices 4/, 3/, 2/. Children Half-price. All seats may be reserved. Doors open 7 p.m. Proceeds in Aid of Catholic Youth Movement. 4 Auck. Amateur Operatic Society (Incorporated) . FOR THEIR FORTHCOMING PRODUCTION .' j " KATINKA " TENORS AND BASSES ARE URGENTLY REQUIRED. Solo Voices are not necessary. Rehearsals are held on Monday and Thursdtf Evenings. Please apply either night at tM Society's Hall, bottom of Gralcon Road. 14 THEO. J. SPRY, Secretary. NON-STOP DANCING TO THE SNAPPY , MUSIC OF N.Z.'s LARGEST ORCHESTRA IN N.Z.'S LARGEST CABARET! I (EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY) _j CIVIC CABARET ]- -| WINTERGARDENS j= I Reservations Phone 30-100. Bullet Supp«f, ! TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT!

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 8, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945

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