I ' AMUSEMENTS _] Deanna Durbin RESERVATIONS Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. WHERE POSSIBLE ATTEND A DAYTIME SESSION 11.0 a.m., 2 p.m., then 8 p.m. REGENT REGENT J. c. Williamson Picture Corp.. Ltd. TTr , iv ..,.,,! p'rnirp* Prrsent for a Second Week toe One and Only S In Her Newest. Most Magnificent Screen Technicolour Triumph She's Positively Radiant, a Treat for Eyes and Ears. 2nd WEEK DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN And Two Handsome Men in Her Life ROBT. PAIGE — DAVID BRUCE Creating the Love Story in the Colourlul Gold-rush Days af California •' CAN'T HELP SINGING" " CAN'T HELP SINGING" And How She Sings those Lovely Songs with Her Rich, Thrilling Voice! Original Melodies by JEROME KERN. Approved for Universal Exhibition. PLANS AT REGENT — PHONE 32-888 FULLER'S I PRINCE EDWARD I j I THEATRE | I KARANGAHAPE ROAD. TOP. OF QUEEN SI. Phone 48-252. Soon to Screen First Auckland Release Double 6d GUEST' NIGHT 6d
7.30 TO-NIGHT 7.30 DARING and ROMANCE Trigger-fast ACTION, THRILLS ADVENTURE. Tim HOLT and CHU EDWARDS In " BANDIT RANGER," " BANDIT RANGER " And the RITZ BROTHERS With Francis LANGFORD and Mary Beth HUGHES "NEVER A DULL MOMENT" "NEVER A DULL MOMENT" fun Crackles Ijaughs Explode. . tliese . Three Prize Comedians In Their Non-stop Snappy Comedy. Programme Approved for Universal Exhibition. Matinee Friday at 1.30 Bing Crosby, Barry Fitzgerald, Rise Stevens " Going My Way " Approved for Universal Exhibition. RESERVES AVAILABLE NOW
Friday, Saturday, Monday. FULLER'S I BRITANNIA | THEATRE THP.EE LAMPS Phone 26-041 Auckland's Leading Suburban Theatre with the THIS" EVENING AT 7.30 R.K.O. Radio Pictures Presents GINGER ROGERS with DAVID NIVEN In a Hilarious, Romantic Comedy that Dares to be different. " BACHELOR .MOTHER " "BACHELOR MOTHER " The story of a baby who had too many fathers. — Added Feature — Universal Pictures Presents "The Invisible Man's Revenge" Screen's MOST TERRIFYING Creation! Suggested by "The Invisible Man" by H. G. Wells. Starring JON HALL with Leon Errol, John Carradine. Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. COMING FRIDAY NEXT M.G.M.'s Great Musical Splash in Technicolour " Bathing Beauty " Approved for Universal Exhibition. ATTEND THE 5 O'CLOCK SESSIONS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT. FULLER'S I VICTORIA I
THEATRE DEVONPORT Phone 71-683 TO-NIGHT AT 7.30. She's a Winking Witch with a Twinkling Twitch, till she meets a Man she Can't Handle! It's the Laugh of a Lifelime! ANN JOHN TOM Sothern Hodiak Brake " MAISIE GOES TO RENO " " MAISIE GOES TO RENO " — Also Showing — Old King SwinK on His Merriest Fling, I-ecn Errol. Anne Rooney, Eddie Quinlan " slightly"terrific " Both Approved lor Universal Exhibition. FRIDAY " THE GKEAT WALTZ." j Plans Now Open. Universal Exhibition. SATURDAY MATINEE Special Attraction " LEOPARD MAN OF AFRICA " Recommended by Censor for Adults. i FULLER'S J I CAMEO 1 ■ THEATRE
GREY LYNN Phone 26-406 Flns'ly This Evening at 7.30. "LES MISERABLES" With Frederic March. Charles Laughton. Sir Ccdric Harclwicke. John Beal, Rochelle Hudson, Frances Drake Recommended More Especially For Adults. COMING TO-MORROW WEDNESDAY— "Petticoat Larceny" "Avenging Rider." OUTDOOi; SPORTS REPRESENTATIVE RUGBY THE RETURN MATCH WILL BE PLAYED AT EDEN PARK THIS SATURDAY No. 1, 3 P.M.: AUCKLAND v. WAIKATO At Hamilton on June 4 these two teams pliyed a drawn game, the score being 22 all. It was reported to be one of the most exciting games ever seen at Hamilton. Junior Representatives No. I, 1.30 P.M.: Hamilton v. Auckland ADMISSION: Ground, Adults 1/, Schoolchildren 3d. Stand 1/ extra. LEAGUE FOOTBALL CARLAW PARK, SATURDAY THE MATCH EVERYONE IS WAITING FOB. VIRTUALLY A CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL. OTAHUHU v. RICHMOND Otahuhu leads Richmond by one point and what an exceptionally high standard the play in Auckland has reached. The spectacle of Auckland in concerted attack in ever-ch3ngihg directions, forwards joining in the movements with the speed and handling ability of backs. Richmond and Otahuhu are probably the two best sides in Auckland, so it goes without saying the game will be a thriller. To miss this game might mean missing the football treat of the year. 12,000 PEOPLE WILL ATTEND. GRAND LEAGUE DANCE. Peter Pan Cabaret, August 2. Tickets 10/ double. Reserves at Lewis Eady, Ltd. The West Coast team will be the guests of the evening. AUCKLAND TROTTING CLUB (Incorporated) ANNUAL MEETING The Annual General Meeting of Members of the above Club will be held at HAYNES' HALL, 106, HOBSON STREET. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), At 3 o'clock p.m.
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