j AMUSEMENTS COMMENCING TO-DAY ||||l|j|"|!|! FULLER'S lIIHIiII MAJEStrG- THEATRE Destined to become Auckland's Most Imports Theatre. Watch lor Later Announcements. To-day's Sessions: 4.45, 7.45 p.m. Saturday's Sessions: 1.30. 4.45, 7.45 p.m. J JIIJIJ J J JIJ I . Phone 43-210 \\\\\\\\\\ A NEW PROGRAMME OF DRAMA. THRILL EXCITEMENT AND LAUGHS. REVEALED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN A FIL THAT IS SHEER DYNAMITE. Gail Patrick — Nancy Kelly Bill Henry — H. B. Warner In "WOMEN IN BONDAGE" "WOMEN IN BONDAGE" "WOMEN IN BONDAGE" "WOMEN IN BONDAGE" WOMEN—ENSLAVED AND DEGRADED BY TH PAGAN SAVAGERY OF A GANG OF RUTHLES DESPOTS. Associate' Feature: THE SCREEN'S NEWEST INNER SANCTUM MYSTERY. ' A TOP-NOTCH MYSTERY THRILLER LON CHANEY LON CHANEY c Evelyn Ankers Elena Verdugi "THE FROZEN GHOST" "THE FROZEN GHOST" "TPIE FROZEN GHOST" "THE FROZEN GHOST" Nameless Terror . . . Creeping from the Walls of a Museum for Murder. Both Recommended More for Adults. Direction: Rerridge Theatres (throughout N.ZO I STATE I fZTJm ["STATE 7.30 — TO-NIGHT — 7.30 Matrimonial Misadventures of Perplexed Husband and Unpredictable Wives. LANA TURNER She couldn't decide who was the Best Man, "Marriage Is a Private Affair' "Marriage Is a Private Affair' "Marriage Is a Private Affair' It's SO Romantic! With JAMES CRAIG. JOHN HODIAK. Also: Screamingly Funny! Screamingly Thrilling , 'GRAND CENTRAL MURDER GRAND CENTRAL MURDER 1 With VAN HEFLIN. PATRICIA DANE. Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. Direction: Kerridge Theatres (throughout N.Z.) 130 VOGUE '- 30 Vuckland's Modern. Popular. Intimate Theatre Karangahape Road. Phone 43-003. THE BEST SHOW OF ITS KIND EVER!!* Crowded with Stars! Packed with Laughs! 'FOUR JILLS IN A JEEP" 'FOUR JILLS IN A JEEP" 'FOUR JILLS IN A JEEP" CAY FRANCIS. ALICE FAYE. GEO. JESSELL, CAROLE" LANDIS. MARTHA RAYE, IMMY DORSEY and His Orchestra, etc., etc. t's a Command Performance of Stars. Songs, Fun. Romance and Drama!!! Approved lor Universal Exhibition. Uso: The Startling International Drama. Steeped in Intrigue! Mystery! Danger! VASHINGTON MELODRAMA VASHINGTON MELODRAMA VASHINGTON MELODRAMA FRANK MORGAN — ANN RUTHERFORD Recommerded for Adults. r\ a Tirnrv - f o t a h u ho LrAlJiil I I Pnone 17 . 873 and 81 . To-night, Saturday. Monday and Tuesday at 8. Fred MncMurray oriel Pjiu'ctle Goddo.rd in "STANDING ROOM ONLY" Also Special Added Attraction: "MEMPHIS BELLE" (In Tcchnicolour) Bolh Approved for Universal Exhibition. oRPHEus] oT r.r° To-nigbt at 7.45 and Saturday at 8. Ronald Reagan, Priscilla-Lane and ' million'dollar baby " And Roy Rogers in " Romance On The Range " rogramme Recommended by Censor for Adults. MATiNEE SATURDAY AT 2. REX .) TE PAPAPA 3-night and Saturday. Variety Session at 7.30. Olivia De Havilland and Sonny Tufts in '• GOVERNMENT GIRL " Also George Er-.nders in " QUIET PLEASE. MURDER " Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. he rdeal" Place to Celebrate Your Engagement or Birthday! " MAKE UP YOUR WEEK-END PARTY " =I^iVkTcabaretH= - 1 wintergardens | = TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY), 10.30 TO 2 A.M. AND EVEKY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Non-stop Dancing In All It's Gaiety! Reserve A Table — Phone 30-100 JCKLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DRAMATIC CLUB Will present ' YOU NEVER CAN TELL " By Bernard Shaw. In thr> COLLEGE HALL. Princes Street. VEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. August Bth, 9th and 11th, at 8 p.m. Admission 2/6, plus Booking Fee. Booking at Lewis Eady, Ltd. 3 IB METROPOLE Wjf TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT BERT PETERSON'S BAND. Vocalist: Berry Sergeant. Milk Bar Supper Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN. Director. MBLE SALE.—The Westmire~did — Girls*-Basket--11 Club will hold a Jumble Sale in the 1.0.0. F. ill, Pitt Street, To-morrow (Saturday), at 10.31 n.— J. Armitage. Secretary. 3
LABOUR VICTORY DEMONSTRATION LABOUR VICTORY DEMONSTRATION LABOUR VICTORY DEMONSTRATION AUCKLAND DOMAIN AUCKLAND DOMAIN 2.30 p.m. SUNDAY, AUGUST 5 2.30 p.m. 2.30 p.m. SUNDAY, AUGUST 5 —- 2.30 p.m. CELEBRATE TPIE GREAT VICTORY OF THE BRITISH LABOUR MOVEMENT BY TURNING UP IN YOUR THOUSANDS ON SUNDAY AT 2.30 P.M. The Waterside Workers' Band will leave the top of Pitt Street (not Ponsonby Road) at 1.50 p.m. Workers are invited to fall in and march behind the Band to the Domain. SPEAKERS— MISS MABEL HOWARD, M.P. MR. R. EDDY, National President N.Z. Workers' Union. MR. A. S. RICHARDS, M.P. MR. J. W. STEAD, President Auckland L.R.C. MR. A. DRENNAN, President Auckland Trades Council. EVERY MEMBER OF THE LABOUR MOVEMENT IS EXPECTED TO BE AT THE DOMAIN ON SUNDAY AFTERNOON. (Organised by the Auckland Trades Council and the Auckland L.R.C.)
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