AMUSEMENTS - THE FIFTH AND FINAL WEEK of a Grand Entertainment \ H PLAZA |H / / == QUEEN STREET == \ f / Phone 41-586. [|= \ Direction: Amalgamated Theatres, Ltd. To-day: 11 a.m , 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.m. 20th Century-Fox presents A NEW KIND OF PICTURE. "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" "HOME IN INDIANA" In Glorious Technlcolour. Starring WALTER BRENNAN LON McCALLISTER — JEANNE CRAIN CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD Approved tor Universal Exhibition. Note— BOX PLANS t FOR THE EVENING SESSIONS OF "MOLLY AND ME" "MOLLY AND ME" Starring GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS With MONTY WOOLLEY — RODDY McDOWALL Will be open at Plaza Theatre and Begg's on MONDAY. Advisable to Book Early Usual Prices. No Telephone Reserves. A 20th Century-Fox Production. Approved for Universal Exhibition. TIVOLI OXFORD TIVOLI __ OXFORD TOP OF QUEEN ST. .f r QUEEN STREET Near Grafton Bridce Opposite C.P.O. tvt- r_i.i + o Sessions at Nightly at 8 n _ 2 - 5 - 8 Phone 44-136. Phone 42-274. Direction: Amalgamated Theatres, Ltd. Will History Repeat Itself? Can It Happen Again? SEE WHAT HAPPENED AFTER THE LAST WAR! Britain's Finest Ships Thrown on the Scrapheap! THOUSANDS UNEMPLOYED! A WORLD OF ECONOMIC CHAOS I More Poignant THAN "LOVE ON THE DOLE" More Dramatic THAN "HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY" More Thrilling THAN "IN WHICH WE SERVE" Based on the Novel by GEORGE BLAKE. A film rich in human detail. Gaumont British Films present CLIVE BROOK. FINLAY CURRIE — GUS McNAUGHTON GEOFFREY HIBBERT. In an Exciting Drama of the Clyde, " SHIPBUILDERS " " SHIPBUILDERS " " SHIPBUILDERS " Recommended by Censor ior Adults. Special Added Attraction at Tivoh Only: The All-Technicolour thriller . . . "THE FIGHTING LADY" Approved for Universal Exhibition. <IT RIALTO 'I, <( NEWMARKET. Phone 20-809. , W *1 TO-NIGHT AT i It's Happiness All The Way! AND IT TAKES PLACE UNDER THE STARS WITH THE GREATEST STAR OF THEM ALL. SONJA HENIE The Personality Plus, with WOODY HERMAN & HIS ORCHESTRA, JACK OAKIE — CESAR ROMERO In the Glittering, Glamorous Musical, " WINTERTIME " Approved for Universal Exhibition. ALAN MARSHALL — LARAINE DAY "BRIDE BY MISTAKE" Recommended by Censor tor Adults. iiiiin TO-NIGHT AFTER THE THEATRE dance to your heart's content in N.Z.'s largest Cabaret. Civic Wintergardens. with N.Z.'s Largest Cabaret Band. (Dress optional.) T\Tp T TTVT? I Final Screening ±JHj ±jU-A.X!j I TO-NIGHT at 7 , MOUNT ALBERT I Phone 36-204 4 Anne Baxter — Thomas Mitchell "THE SULLIVANS" Approved for Universal Exhibition. & Alexis Smith — Lloyd Nolan "STEEL AGAINST THE SKY" Recommended by Censor for Adults. PETER PAN^ DEVOTED TO SWING. TO-NIGHT! DANCING — 8 TO MIDNIGHT. ) 3/ — Admission — 3/ Reserves, Tel. 48-777. OPEN EVERY NIGHT NEXT WEEK. Dancing — 8 to Midnight. Jitterbugglng Prohibited. 2nd N.Z.E.F. ASSOCIATION (Incorporated) AUCKLAND BRANCH. Tickets for the GRAND SMOKE CONCERT j to be held in the MANCHESTER UNITY HALL, Hobson Street ON AUGUST 2 At which the Claude Thornhill Concert Party will be the Guests, are now available at the Club fi Rooms, Queen's Arcade. This Smoko is limited to Returned Men of this War only, and will be livened with top-notch artists, good supper and appropriate refreshments. G. E. PLANE, 30 * Branch Secretary.
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945
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