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t AMUSEMENTS COMMENCING TO-DAY 11||1|,1||11|!. FPLLER ' S llllillilllii •MAJESTIC THEATRE Destined to become Auckland's Most Important Theatre. Watch tor Later Announcements. To-day's Sessions: 4.45, 7.45 p.m. Saturday Sessions: 1.30 ■ 4.45, 7.45 p.m. lIIIIHJIIIII Phone 43-210 |||| |||| || || I ROMANCE RIDES THE TRAIL OP A THOUSAND THRILLS! James Craig Marjorie Main — Donna Reed In Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's "GENTLE ANNIE" "GENTLE ANNIE" "GENTLE ANNIE" A Power-packed Drama of the Old West —with Lovable Marjorie Main at her Exciting Best. Also, that Special Universal Attraction, THE GAYEST OF ALL—ALL-STAR—ALL-SONG— FUN JUBILEES, "BABES ON SWING STREET" "BABES ON SWING STREET" "BABES ON SWING STREET" With Peggy Ryan — Ann Blyth Marion Hutton — June Preisser Andy Devine — Leon Errol FREDDIE SLACK AND HIS ORCHESTRA. The Screen's Top Tune and Fun Show. It's got that Glorious Kind ot Revelry . . it's got Rhythm . . . it's got Romance. Both Approved frr Universal Exhibition. V|||||||||||||||iiilllillllllliiiil>lllliilHHlllilllll|||||||||||V II STRAND J 111 \: I iljiyliiiiiiitiiliiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillli', I ft li.ljililil Direction: Civic Uneatie. Ltd. 1 mil.l, ! ; 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 : TELEPHONE 43-114. 1 20th Century Fox Presents ? "SUNDAY & "SUNDAY J\ " SUNDAY "'"SUNDAY DINNER DINNER DINNER . DINNER \ FOR A \ FOR A FOR A FOR A \ SOLDIER" \ SOLDIER" SOLDIER " SOLDIER " With Anne John Hodiak Anne Baxter John Hodiak CHARLES WINNIOER, ANNE REVERE In a DELIGHTFULA LOVE STORY OF A FAMILY WHO "ADOFTViD" A SOLDIER -FOR ONE DAY. Excclles-t Supporting Programme: LATEST NETOSpEELS, SPORTING FEATURE and TV.RRYTOON CARTOON. PLAN AT STRAItD THEATRE. BOOK NO>V. Approved 5 lor Universal Exhibition. COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Noel Coward's! " THIS HAPPY BREED." I P ATI? TV": I O T A H U H u I w**£j - 1 - J- \\ Phone 17-875 and 81. To-night, Saturday anß Monday at 8. Muriel George, Frank Lawton and Mervyn Johns " WENT THfi "DAY WELL " Enthralling Drarrsi of England's Peril. Programme Recommended by Censor for Adults. [OWHEUSJI ° T P A hon H e l* ° To-night at 7.45 apid Saturday at 8. Olymue Bratina ancU Ronald Reagan In " International! Squadron " Also William Bendix -ana Joe Sawyer In "TAXI, MUSTER" Programme Recommended 'by Censor for Adults. MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2. J . REX [ T'E PAPAPA To-night and Saturday, Variety Session at 7.30 Maureen O'Hara and John Garfield in " FALLEN SPARROW " Also Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy and Dante the Magician In " A-HAUNTING WE WILL GO " Programme Recommended by Ut.-n.or ior Adults. DANCING -£ ,NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PARTY ZEALANDIA HALL BALMORAL. DANCE TO-NIGHT. Mont* Carlo. Novelties. New Band. Good Supper. Ladies 1/6. Gents 3/. ALL WELCOME. 20 NIGHT REVELLERS OLD - TIME PROGRAMME. MASONIC —' TO-NIGHT 20 TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT AND EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT ORANGE BALLROOM Top of Symonds Street. EPI SHALFOON AND HIS BAND. Vocalist: Vesta Sylvia. Supper Provided. Monte Carlo, 1, 2, 3 Prizes. Definitely THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN. Jitterbugging Prohibited. 20 TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT AND EVERY FRIDAY. OLD - TIME DANCE ALLIANCE HALL, Eden Terrace. "SERENADERS" AND NORM CROWDER'S BAND Two. Monte Carlos. Lucky Numbers. Be a runner in our Monte Carlo Marathon. Excellent Floor._ Perfect Music. Dainty Supper. 20 ARTHUR EDWARDS, M.C.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 7 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945

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