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AMUSEMENTS _____ FINALLY TO-NIGHT AT 8. SPENCER TRACY in "THE SEVENTH CROSS" Recommended by Censor for Adults. ■ FULLERS __==_ ST. JAMES' THEATRE 11 A.M., 2 P.M., 5 P.M., 8 P.M. === AIR CONDITIONED _=_= Reserves at Theatre. Tel. 32-920. Commencing To-morrow, 11 a.m. Commencing To-morrow, 11 a.m. SENSATIONAL! SENSATIONAL! The Mightiest of all Powerful Dramas, vibrating with every essential of Absorbing Entertainment Unusual . . Dynamic . . Different Unusual. . Dynamic . . Different With CHARLES BOYER CHARLES BOYER CHARLES BOYER In the Strangest, Most Extraordinary Love Stcry of our time ... a picture teveaiing in its perfection the innermost soul of a sinister, possessive lover and husband. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Fascinating Melodrama "GASLIGHT" , "GASLIGHT" "GASLIGHT" "GASLIGHT" Also In the Stellar Role in the picture that gave her the Academy Award. INGRID BERGMAN INGRID BERGMAN INGRID BERGMAN Recommended by Censor as Definitely Unsuitable for Children. Complimentary List Entirely Suspended. I TTTFJOT? I CINEMA :: remuera" I~ yJ i-f\JSX I ph 24-749. To-night at 8. Our New Central Heating Plant Makes the Tudor as Warm as your Own Fireside! JOHN MORLEY<|and EMLYN WILLIAMS And Roddy McDowall In An English Musical Production. " YOU WILL REMEMBER" Colourful Life Story of Britain's Famous Composer, Leslie Stuart. ALSO: Australian Clnesound, N.Z. Magazine and Full Supporting Programme. Approved for Universal Exhibition. I O A fTpfPV - f CINEMA :: TAKAPONA I *-*'-"" 1 " I - J -I- J- I ph. 78-465. To-night at 8. Eric Portman in the British Picture "WE DIVE AT DAWN " Full Programme. Recommended by Censor for Adults.

| AVONDALE | Flnal » ™; nlEht Antonio Moreno in " FIESTA " In technlcolour. Also " JACARE " Recommended by Censor for Adults. LM R ™S Ph. N 54 E 3BO H To-^h G ,t Fred Mac Murray. claudette Colbert " SKYLARK " And " TRAITOR WITHIN " Both Recommended by Censor for Adults.[^MB^SATORJ £ «•»£ Sydney Greenstreet, Zachary Scott, Peter Loire, Faye Emerson In " THE MASK OF DIMITRIOS " The screen ploy adapted from Eric Ambler's novel "A Coffin for Dlmltrios." John Loder, Jane Baxter in "MURDER WILL OUT" Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. I LIITERTE I PARN EL L I j-x-->j__v_j_j phone t3m TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT Jennifer Jones, William Eythe in " THE SONG OF BERNADEITE " " THE SONG OF BERNADETTE " And Selected Short Featurettes. Arproved for Universal Exhibition. ™°jffT TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT Bob Hope. Betty Hutton in " LETS FACE IT " Louise Ailbritlon. Roberi Paige In "HER PRIMITIVE MAN" Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. HI meFropoleTl TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT BERT PETERSON'S BAND. Milk Bar. Supper. Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN. Director. JUMBLE SALE. St. Matthew's Hall, Thursday, 7 p.m. Good Bargains. 26 OI'TUQOK SI'QKTS REPRESENTATIVE RUGBY AT LAST THE RETURN MATCH EDEN ' PARK SATURDAY No. 1, 3 P.M.: AUCKLAND v. WAIKATO (Blue and White) (Black and Gold) Waikato may have been considered very unlucky to draw with Auckland at Hamilton on June 4, after L-ac'ing by a Road margin by halflime. Howe.-;.-. Auckland is always a hard team to beat on Its home ground as has been proved many times in recent years. No. 1. 1.30 P.M.: Second Grade Representatives Hamilton v. Auckland ADMISSION- Ground. Adults 1/, Schoolchildren in Uniform 3d. Stand 1/ exlra. Returned Servicemen with N.Z. Shoulder Flashes admitted Free lo Ground. 27 ELLEKSI.IE RUGBY I.EACUE FOOTBALL CLUB. Senior B V. Manukau, Ellerslie. 3 p.m.; Thirds v. Newton. Western Springs. 3 p.m.; Fifths v. Pt. Chevalier, Ellerslie, 1.45 p.m.; Sevenths v. Green I.an.-. Ellerslie, 1 n.m.; Senior Schoolboys V. Green Lane. Mount Wellington, 12.40 p.m.; Inters, Possibles v. Probr.bles, Carlaw, 12.45 p.m.; Juniors v. Otahuhu, Ellerslie, 12 noon. 26 RACQUET KESTXINGI.Mi, Best, 8/B to M/.— j Watts Sports Depot. Exchange Lane. 45-412. N

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 175, 26 July 1945

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