f AMUSEMENTS _. Four Sessions To-day: 2 — SESSIONS DAILY — 2 11.0, 2.0 5.0 and 8 p.m. % Hlllllllllll |I1I111!H!|| *nd all week. . MAJESTIC THEATRE ■» t m Destined to become Auckland's Most Important
REGENT J. C. Williamson Picture Corp., Ltd. PLANS DAILY 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M. Plans to Sat. Available * Universal Present The One and Only Deanna In Her Newest, Most Magnificent Screen Technicolour Triumph She's Positively Hadiant, a Treat for Eyes and Ears. DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN And Two Handsome Msn in Her Life BOBT. PAIGE — DAVID BRUCE Creating the Love Story In the Colourful Gold-rush Days of California. " CAN'T HELP SINGING" " CAN'T HELP SINGING" And How H S e h eß Sln g s in Love,y c Son K? . wttb Original Melodies by JEROME KERN. Approved for Universal Exhibition. SDANS AT REGENT — PHONE 32-888 FULLER'S I PRINCE EDWARD"! I THEATRE I KARANGAHAPE ROAD, TOP OF QUEEN ST. Phone 48-252. Soon to be Auckland's Leading Family Theatre Screening First Releaaa Double Feature Programmes. WATCH FOR COMMENCING DATE. 7.30 TO-NIGHT 7.30 6d GUEST NIGHT 6d MONSTER of MURDER Startling, SpineTinglins Chills .... a New Sensation in Thrills and Excitement. Turhan BEY with Evelyn ANKERS and George Zucco in "THE MAD GHOUL" "THE MAD GHOUL" With DAVID BRUCE as the Ghoulish Fiend in Universal's Latest Thrill Sensation. Recommended by Censor for Adults. And Also MUSIC and MIRTH . Song-fllled Jamboree With Patrtc KNOWLESi . Grace MCDONALD, Champ. Comedian BILLY GILBERT with the ANDREWS SISTERS In "ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID" " ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID " Approved for Universal Exhibition. FULLER'S j BRITANNIA | ' THEATRE THREE LAMPS Phone 26-041 THIS EVENING AT 7.30. It's All A-C-T-I-O-N! M.G.M.'a Terrific Western Drama! " BARBARY COAST GENT" With WALLACE BEERY and BINNIE BARNEB Rough! Tough! Riotous! Added Feature: Strangest of All Screen. Sensations! FLESH of Beauty! SOUL of Satan! "JUNGLE WOMAN" With Evelyn ANKERS, J. Carrol NAISH and ACQUANETTA as the Jungle Woman. Horror! Thrills! Romance! Friday Next— Special Shoppers' Session at 5 p.m. • Evening Session at 7.30. Paramount's Outstanding Production " GOING MY WAY " BING CROSBY. BARRY FITZGERALD All Approved for Un'versal Exhibition. It Is Advisable to Reserve Early. FULLER'S |" VICTORIA.!' THEATRE DEVONPORT Phone 71-683 TO-NIGHT AT 7.30. He Gave Them Love In Return for Their Bank Books Romance Was His Business' .. Until He Tried Too Often: CHARLES OLIVIA , PAULETTE Boyer De Havilland Goddard " HOLD BACK THE DAWN " " HOLD BACK THE DAWN " "HOLD BACK THE DAWN" Recommended by Censor for Adults. — Also Showing — Leon Errol, Johnny Downs, Vivian % Austin In "TWILIGHT ON THE PRAIRIE" Approved for Universal Exihibition. FULLER'S ■1 CAMEO I THEATRE | GREY LYNN Phone 26-408 Finally This Evening at 7.30. "BACHELOR MOTHER" Starrins Ginger ROGERS David NIVEN With Charles Coburn, E. E. Cllve, Frank Albertson Recommended by Censor for Adults. COMING TO-MORROW—THURSDAY GUEST NIGHTS "SHERLOCK HOLMES IN WASHINGTON." " RHYTHM OF THE ISLANDS." PAXCIXG < Marist Bros. Old Boys' Rugby Football Club ' - WILL HOLD ITS THIRD DANCE OF 1945 SEASON • At the MANCHESTER UNITY HALL, Hobson St. TO-NIGHT, JULY 17, AT 8 P.M. 1 First-class Orchestra. Excellent Supper. ] Gents 2/6. ■ Ladies 21. l All Rugby Supporters Cordially Invited. 17 SPECIAL MY -T - FINE DANCE CLUB PARISH HALL (Late St. Sep.'s) ( TOP KHYBER PASS (near Miller's Garage) £ HIDDEN TALENT CONTEST MONDAY ] WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS. £10 Cash Prizes, also Contract lo Sing With I Band for three months. A. McKcnzie. M.C.; H. Anderson, Mgr. a 17 j TO-NIGHT (EVEEY TUESDAY) TO-NIGHT ] • GAIETY HALL SURREY CRESCENT. j SURREY SOCIAL CLUB. ' Select Old-time Dancing. Excellent Floor i Music. Management. ' Lucky Numbers. Light Supper. Ladies 1/6 (Visitors Welcome) Genu 2/ : : \ 17 MODERN AND OLD-TIME DANCES. ZEALANDIA HALL DOMINION ROAD. EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT, 8 P.M. Monte Carlo. Novelties. Enter for Our Waltz and Fox-trot Competition. Good Money Prizes. Good Floor, Orchestra and Supper. ' Gents 21. Ladies 1/6. 17 EVERT TOES D A V NIGHT MUNICIPAL HALL -NEWMARKET "MAYFAIR CLUB" OLD-TIME DANCE. Excellent Floor. Dainty Supper. Monte Carlo Lucky Numbers. Old-time Tunes by CUNNINGHAM'S OLD-TIME RIO DANCE BAND , Ladies 1/6. Gehts 2/. Come and Enjoy Real Old-t)mi> Dancing. 17 TO-NIGHT AND EVERY TUESDAY DRUIDS' HALL OLD - TIME DANCE. Excellent Music. Good Floor, Prizes and Supper. EVERYBODY WELCOME. Admission 1/6. NOTE: MASQUERADE BALL TO-NIGHT 17 ZEALANDIA HALL .--..;'", v , . ,-? BALMORAL.- ■'< ...... WEDNESDAY AT. 8 P.M. First of the Season in Aid of EDEN RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB. Good Music, Monte Carlo, Spot Waltz,' Supper. Gents 2/. Ladies 1/6. 17 A. THOMPSON. M.C. S T. .~ M A E IT'S H AL 1 ■ i (EHerslte) • WEDNESDAY; JULY 18 — DANCE. Monte Carlo. Supper. Rhythm Rascals Orchestra. Admission 2/. 17 LEARN TO . DANCE AT HOME. Our "short-cut" methods, absolutely exclusive to our Home-study Dancing Course, teach you the Waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep, etc., etc., within a weak or two—no tedious "spade-work" involved Send a 2d stamp for complete details—our Interesting literature will give you many details, and no obligation incurred. The Course is moderately priced, includes 26 dances. • • Lavelle Schools of Dancing D3PT. A.S., P.O. BOX 1050, AUCk!, C.I. TS iUUDEHN BALLROOM OANCINO. Private Tuition Studio Dance. Poise. Sociability. Eervicemen hall fee.—Ph. 16-214. Mavis Tollemache. Epsoin. TH
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