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AMUSEMENTS 4 — SESSIONS ALWAYS — 4 U A.M.. 2 P.M.. S P.M.. 8 P.M. ===== / FULLERS ■ ST. JAMES' THEATRE = AIR CONDITIONED =^== Reserves at Theatre, TftL 32-920. DRAMA — SUSPENSE — ROMANCE — ACTION DRAMA — SUSPENSE — ROMANCE — ACTION DRAMA — SUSPENSE — 'ROMANCE — ACTION With SPENCER TRACY 1 SPENCER TRACY SPENCER TRACY SPENCER TRACY Portraying Geo. Heisler in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Revealing Dramatisation of Anna Segher's Suspense-laden Story of Pre-war Germany, "THE SEVENTH CROSS" "THE SEVENTH CROSS" "THE SEVENTH CROSS" e Also Featuring SIGNE HASSO — FELIX BRESSART HUME CRONYN — AGNES MOORHEAD Associate Programme includes: St. James' Air Mail Review of Important World Events. "Visiting St. Louis" (Fitzpatrick Traveltalk). "What's Buzzin' Buzzard" (Colour Recommended by Censor for Adults. MrffnTSt? I CINEMA :: REMUERA I I U JJUXv I 24-749. To-night at 8. TALLULAH BANKHEAD and WILLIAM BENDIX (remembered in "The Hairy Ape") In "LIFEBOAT" Play by John Steinbeck and produced by Alfred Hitchcock. A Mighty Drama! ALSO: N.Z. Prisoners of War in Europe, Australian Cinesound, "Women in Blue. 1 Recommended by Censor for Adults. r T? rrv - ! CINEMA :: TAKAPUNA J IjrxiXJlil. X j pj, 78-465. To-night at 8. Olivia de~Haviiland and Charles Coburn In the Comedy •' PRINCESS O'ROURKE " Approved for Universal Exhibition. [AVONDALEI ™»® , T r"" Robert Donat ("Mr. Chios") and Valerie Hobson in the great British production " YOUNG MR. PITT " Approved_for_ Universal Exhibition. ' ISTRANDI ° h N S4 E 3BO H T U 8 A Geraldine Fitzgerald and Frank Lawton in George Eliot's " THE MILL ON THE FLOSS " And " WINGS OVER THE PACIFIC Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. ' r,Ray Milland, Merle Obcron, Charles Laughton and 70 more Hollywood Favourites in "FOREVER AND A DAY" An Inspirational Film Depicting the Tragedies, Triumphs, Loves and Adventures of Seven Generations of a Typical English Family. Approved for Universal Exhibition. SPECIALLY SELECTED SHORT FEATURES. rfTT3I7 , "P r PT7 1 I P A R N E L L I LiLtitLlixllLl I Phone 43-789 TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT Vera Lynn, Ronald Ward In " WE'LL MI.ET AGAIN " Preston Foster, Ann Rutherford In •• BERMUDA MYSTERY " Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. [new royal i srr, TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT Claudette Colbert, Paulette Goddard ia " SO PROUDLY WE HAIL " Recommenced by Censor lor Adults. Gloria Jean, Patric Knowles in •' PARDON MY RHYTHM " Approved for Universal Exhibition. 1111 ME"TRQPQLE"|ii TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT BERT PETERSON'S BAND, c Milk Bar. Supper. Reservations: .Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN, Director. ! OUTDOOR SPORTS I RUGBY RUGBY EDEN PARK, SATURDAY No. 1. 1.30 P.M.: Papakura Army v. I Technical Old Boys This is the first time this season that these teams have ap t Jca»ed on No. 1. Technical oid lioys lead witn Navy at the end of the first ' louni o. the Second Divis.on, while Papakura yet remains unbeaten in this round. | No. 1, 3 P.M.: ! GRAMMAR v. PONSONBY | Ponsonby can be relied upon to play a very high i standard of football under any conditions How- ! ever, if Grammar is playing at peak form it might possibly causc Fonsonby's first defeat of ihiS rouna ihese two teams are long standing liva.ls. and Saturday's match should prove no cxccption to the usual interesting, hard fought giime No. 2, 3 P.M.: SACRED HEART COLLEGE v. MT. ALBERT GRAMMAR SCHOOL ADMISSION: Ground 1/, Stand 6d extra; Schoolchildren (in uniform) and Returned Servlccmen* with N.Z. Shoulder Flashes free A.R.U. ctu:.ge areas. CANTERBURY JOCKEY CLUB Grand National Meeting, 1945 AUGUST 4 AND 11 FIRST ACCEPTANCES for the New Zealand Grand National Steeplechase. Winter Cup and New Zealand Grand National Hurdles. also GENERAL ENTRIES, WILL" CLOSE TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), JULY 20, at 5 p.m. F. T. H. BELL, Sec. P.O. Box 385, Christehurch. Telegrams: "TURF." 19

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 169, 19 July 1945

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