AMUSEMENTS AMUSKMKNTs" 2 ™ S EW FEATUR ES - 2 SOLD OUT FOR SAT. NIGH TO-NIGHT — TO-NIGHT ATTEND THE MATINEES /'ROXyN a /-avonN > ■ PLAZA HC / RO.XY \ f AVON \ ZJL gggf* m V I CONTINUOUS JN I Gt C«ner h OI M I Direction: Amalgamated Theatres. Ltd. V I / D COMMENCING TO-DAY: DAILY: Olrection: Amai E amate<l Theatres, Ltd. H a.m., 2 p.m., 5 p.m., 8 p.HI He Traded Tainted Riches to Roaring with Fun Live an Average Life . . But the Glorious with Songs Hidden Secrets Of his Lawless 20 th Century-Fox Films present •Fast Come Back to Haunt him! "A aFTsITT Tf rAwrcTPP" GRACIE FIELDS * xSSir ft & * t;£™ EK GRACIE FIELDS "A GENTLE GANGSTER" GRACIE FIELDS T , AT>m With GRACIE FIELDS BARTON MacLANE \ mth Joyce compton - jack la rue Monty Woolley Roddy McDowa no. 2 - new feature - no 2 Monty Woolley Roddy McDowa No. 2 — NEW FEATURE — No. 2 _ IN HER LATEST PICTURE SHE TAUGHT THE HULA TO SOME BOYS FROM BROOKLYN .... AND "MOLLY AND ME" THEY'VE HAD TH E -SHAKES" EVER "MOLLY AND ME" "TAHITI HONEY" i?&" "TAHITI HONEY" "MOLLY AND ME" "TAHITI HONEY" Grade's songs include: "My Bonnie Lies . Over the Ocean." "I Passed by Your WinWifh dow," "Christopher Robin." "The Art- __ wun fulness, the Sinfulness, the Wickedness of DENNTS O'KEEFE Men " " Let ' s A " sin * Llke the Birdies AALjJ.>i i> ±O \J fVJ_i.LJi. Lj Sing," and a Duet with Monty Woollsy. SIMONE SIMON — MICHAEL WHALEN Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. SPECIAL SUPPORTS INCLUDE Latest Air Mail News from Everywhere. AVON PATRONS NOTE— Episode 2 Serial. "TIM TYLER'S LUCK," „ "■**? AT THEATRE AND BEGG'S. STARTS AT 7.30 TO-NIGHT. usual " lces - No "lepnom. Keserves. ALSO AT MATINEE TO-MORROW. Approved for Universal Exhibition. CIT A 'VTP DEVONPORT. Phone 70-101 „ . QlS\lEj To-night & Sat. at 730 „ HYTTARn Fact fnv nnrl rharmin£rlv IIVUJ-.1 UAr UixLf Fast, _ QXFORD ALAN MARSHALL - LARAINE DAY Nightly at 8 SeSSIOIIS at t " BRIDE BY MISTAKE " Sat. 2 & 8 11-2-5-8 & DENNIS DAY — ANN SHIRLEY Phone 44-136 Phone 42-274 • "MUSIC IN MANHATTAN" Directlon: Amalgamated Ltd . Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 8.K.0.-Raaio pictures present The Strangest Partners in "Bride By Mistake" Crime You've Ever Met! STATE ONEHUNg'a. Phone 64-34 pRIVATE OXnllJ To-nieht & Sat. at 7.45 betty grable — GEo. Montgomery Claire Trevor Anne Shirley - * " CONEY ISLAND " ("TRIGGER BLONDE") ("SOFT SHOULDERS"; & KENT SMITH — BONITA GRANVILLE OttO Kl"Uger + " YOUTH RUNS WILD " (blackmailer psychologist) . Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 Esther Howard Mike Mazurka Edgax Kennedy Comedy. Cartoon. "Flicker Flash- ("BOOZY OLD FLOOZY") ("THE MOOSE") backs." News. Novelty. Interest, and In the Thrill-Packed Murder Mystery: "Coney Island" „ MURDER, MY SWEET » p-RT-vrppcq dominion rd. Ph. 61-439 « MURDER, MY SWEET " riUlNlyJliOO T o. n i ß ht * sat. at 7.45 „ MURDER) MY SWEET " GEORGE SANDKRS - LiNDA DARNELL "MURDER, MY SWEET" In Crime's Most Shocking Story ... + HTTA\T/ir>Tn?T) O ATT A T» X? » Recommended by Censor for Adults and t HANGOVER SQUARE Unsuitable for Children. • "TALL IN Y THE *SADd£e» 12 Vfflain a S s u 3 ic f d U e rderS md M £ ta r« T rrrr ™° Surprise Thriller of the Interest. Camera Thrill, and Year! "Tall in the Saddle Adapted from Raymond Chandler-s Novel . — "FAREWELL MY LOVELY" REGAL P °™ B t Y & R sa, P at 7 S r Book Now for Fri. and Sat. ANNA NEAGLE - HICHARD GREENK coming Greatest Feature> • " YELLOW CANARY "SNOW WHITE AND THE 7 DWARFS" LINDA DARNELL — JACK OAKIE ■ '■ * "SWEET AND LOWDOWN" i it R I A L T O 111 Matinee To-morrow (Sat.), 1.30 newmarket. phone 20-309 SAME GREAT PROGRAMME AS ABOVE TO-NIGHT AND SAT. AT rj ADELPHI B To c ™ D & A Iat Ph at 2 7'.30 5 The Loudest, Longest Laugh in GINGER HOGERS — ROBERT RYAN 20 YearS. t " TENDER COMRADE" marjorie denis gail iuiijjuiv "•"*" REYNOLDS O'KEEFE PATRICK • & GEORGE RAFT — PETER LORRE MISCHA AUER — CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD, ♦ "Background To Danger" «up in MABEL'S ROOM " Matinee To-morrow (Sat.)> 1.30 Chester morris - janis carter Cartoon, "Anr.y show," "Land of Adventure," , TVTVCT'TP'D'mTTQ MTr'T-r'T" Col. Sports, News, Novelty, Serial, and UIMli/ MI Ol JliKiUUo JNUjXIi "■Rarkffrnnnd To Danger" Both Recommended "y censor for Adults. ■Dd,C.KgTOUIIU J.U Ud.UgVL & Nz PRISONERS bF WAR FILM. t Denotes Recommended by Censor for Adults. Special Western Matinee ♦ Denotes Approved for Universal Exhibition. TO-mOITOW (Saturday), 2 p.m. ~ Comedy. Shorts, Serial, Quiz Reel. Fox Aussie OUTDOOR SPORTS News - and Russell Hayden to "Wyoming Hurricane" SOCCER SOCCER AU Approved for Universal Exhibition. BLANDf , OKD Jr AKK TO-NIGHT AFTER THE THEATRE dance to m/-\ TMrrvnnmir N.Z.'s 'Largest Cabaret Band In N.Z.'s Largest TO-MORROW Cabaret. Civic Wintergardcns. Not a moment 3 P.M.: without music. (Dress optional.) PHILOMEL v. N. SHORE outdoor sports The old rivals meet again. Fans will recall N.Z. AMATEUR ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, the game between these two teams in the last AUCKLAND CENTRE round, when Shore went down by the odd goal In what was undoubtedly the best game this Pvm7ir>r>ial Tnninv season. With only two games to go to decide xfOVinCiai oeniOr ana junior the championship, we find Shore sharing honourt p» noo fViamninnaViinc at the top of the tatle with Whenuapai. with OXldJlipiOnSllipb Philomel in next position. Which of these three ______ __, _ . -,_, _, _ _ T _ __. %T se ELLERSLIE RACECOURSE SSrS."St , £ , &i et tS , SiS th oS r SS&SSiB TO-MORROW — SATURDAY rivals. 2.30 P.M. 1.30 P.M.: SENIOR, 614 miles. JUNIOR, 3 miles. R.N.Z.A.F. V. R.N.Z.A.F. Both races will be seen from start to finish. (Whenuapai) t (Ardmore) Now here's the question: Can, or Is It possible * rdm ?E? h f™ J*?" J? e n ",H lUCky i ! ea ?h'" i th ? title W when challenged 8 by "Norm^Ambler, 6 Arthur competition, losme by the odd goal In their last Lydiard. Keith Trow or Doug. Porter? clinch a Thl' champ"ons 3 hip. mU Ardmi?re , s hl luck m rnust And then—the Junior Race will be the finest ever change sometime, however, and it may be to- seen in (well, we were going to say in New Zeamorrow. There is also station rivalry to con- land), but at any rate in Auckland. There will elder, and Ardmore feel confident they can be the brilliant Tom Hutchlnson and he will be do the trick opposed by the Secondary School champions, B. 100, ' out for the collectors. THISTLE SENIORS TO PLAY METRO. COLLEGE Also. Buy an Art Union Ticket on the Ground. WESTERN SPRINGS. 3 P.M. s - BILLMAN, Hon. Sec., Pricker, Peebles, Steele, Hadrup, Orr. Barrow- Auckland Centre. 3 m f?t«,. Appleyard ' MeLauchlan . K «r. Arnott, Dean ACQDET RESTRINGING. best, 8/6 to 30/.t,aJter - 3 Watts Sports Depot. Exchange Lane. 45-412. N
THANKS TO PALMOLIVE SOAP ' GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS WILL WILL . . ; I BROADCAST BROADCAST Knowing that all New Zealand longs to hear Grade Fields, Palmolive Soap has arranged for two Gracie Fields' New Zealand Concerts to be broadcast through ALL ZB STATIONS and 2ZA in a National hook-up. BROADCAST IOF TWO GRACIE FIELDS' CONCERTS NEXT MONDAY AUGUST 6 NEXT TUESDAY AUGUST 7 Commencing 8 p.m. NOTE THE STATIONS — IZB — — IZB — AND ALL ZB STATIONS Don't miss Historic Broadcasts— PALMOLIVE knows you'll enjoy every minute.
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