AMUSEMENTS ■__ FULLERS ST. JAMES , THEATRE 11 A.M.. 2 P.M.. 5 P.M.. BPM ■ AIR CONDITIONED Reserves at Theatre, Tel. 32-920. Unusual — Different — Fascinating Unusual — Different — Fascinating Holding Audiences Spellbound with Excitement With INGRID BERGMAN INGRID BERGMAN As the Beautiful Wife of a cruel. Calculating Husband. CHARLES BOYER CHARLES BOYER As the Sinister, Possessive Lover and Husband In Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Melodramatic Masterpiece "GASLIGHT" "GASLIGHT" "GASLIGHT" St. James , Quality Shorts Include: "One Ham's Family" (Colour Cartoon) "Grand Canyon" (Fitzpatrick Traveltalk) N.Z. Oovt. Films presenting Hall Family, Auckland, get GovWs. Largest House . . . Civic Reception to Mr. Fraser . . . Tito's Army. Recommended by Censor as Definitely Unsuitable j'or Children. Complimentary List Entirely Suspended. FULLER'S __ I PRINCE EDWARD j I THEATRE j KARANGAHAFE ROAD, TOP OF QUEEN ST. Phone 48-H52 FINAL SCREENING TO-NIGHT AT 7.30 The First Suburban Screening of Donald BAURIiS, Henry HULL " THE 'WEST "SIDE KID " — And Also — 2OLOURFUL, ROMANTIC DRAMA of Aclion and Excitement wim the Frontier Fioneers. John WAYNE with Blnnle BARNES "IN OLD CALIFORNIA" Recommended by Censor for Adults. GUEST NIGHT TO-MORROW AT 7.30. Lon Chancy with Anne Gwynne in " WjSIRD WOMAN " Recommended by Censor for Adults. — And Also — Leon Errol and Grace McDonald in " GALS INCORPORATED " Approved lor Universal Exhibition. FULLER'S I BRITANNIA | THEATRE THREE LAMPS Phone 26-041 Auckland's Leading Suburban Theatre with the Best in Screen Entertainment. THIS EVENING AT 7.30 Metro-Gold wyn-Maycr Presents "SEVEN SWEETHEARTS" "SEVEN SWEETHEARTS" A Love Story That's Merry With Music. starring Kathryn Van Marsha OiIAVcON HLrLiN ' nu»Mr You'll Love 'Ihls Delightfully New M.G..M. Picture! share me Laugmci, rtumancii, xilals, 'x'ribulaLicns ci Swen Lovely Lonely Gi»is with boys' iamc.s iookn;g lor napplnejßi Hsar tiic glorious ionns Oi Katnryn dayson and u;u loveiy .-.li-girl orchestra! Added Feature: Univeioal Pictures Presents "HAT CHECK HONEY" Leon Grace Walter EK.cuL CAiLtIT With Three Orani LANDo Eleven New Song tins couscous u.iis. ivomance and Kliy^hm. Bom Approvea lor universal Exhibition. P'ULLER'S [VICTORIAI THEATIiE DEVONPORT Phone 71-663 TO-NIGIiT AT 7.30. It's All Action With WALLACE BEERY Binnle Bajnes, John Canadine in 'BAKBAKY COAST GENT"
Appiovea lor Universal £.xhltn.ion. Also Colourlul Romaniic Drama JOHN WAYNE, BINNIE BARNES In " IN OLD CALIFORNIA " Recommeiwd by censor lor Adults. BOOK NOW! FOR FUIDAV, SATURDAY, MONDAY NEXT Vwiri 1.3u. Bing Crosby, Barry Pl.zgerald in " OUii.U M* WA< " TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY THU3SDAY NEXT— Gieer Garson. Walter Fiugcon in " mho. "• I Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. BOX PLANS AT THEATRE DAILY FROM 10 A.M. FULLER'S LCAMEOj GREY LYNN I ''" A " to Phone 26-406 Th:s and To-morrow Evcninea at 7.30 6d GUEST NIGHT 6d George Sancicrs, Tom oonvvay in " THE FALCON'S BKOrHER " Approved for Univcisal Exhibition. — — Guy Kibbee, Margaret Hayes, Wallace Forrt in Survives A Murder Recommended by Censor for Adults. COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY— Red Ekclton In " BATHING BEAUTY " Sessions as follows: Friday Next—s p.m. and 7.30 p.m Saturday Next-1.30 p.m., 5 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Box Plan Is Now Open. King George V. Memorial Children's Health Camp SALE OF WORK TO BE HELD ON AUGUST 3, 1945 Concert Chamber, Town. Hall OPENING AT 10.30 A.M. GREAT VARIETY OF GOODS OF ALL KINDS PLAIN WORK FANCY PRODUCE CAKES TEAROOM (Morning Tea, Luncheon, Afternoon Tea)
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