To-night's Plan Sold Out REGENT J. C. Williamson Picture Corp., Ltd. SESSIONS: 11.0. 2.0. 5.0 AND 8 P.M. (And all Next Week) . g , Paramount Pictures Present YOUR SOUTH SEA JOYLAND OP ROMANCE—FUN—MUSIC AND THRILLS " RAINBOW ISLAND " " RAINBOW ISLAND " " RAINBOW ISLAND " > A Tropical Gift Package Wrapped Up In , Technicolour Set Your Sights For This Lotus-landful of Love] DOROTHY LAMOUR Sarong and All. EDDIE BRACKEN Counting Sarongs in His Sleep. GILL LAMB In Wolf's Clothine. BARRY SULLIVAN j Making the Best of a Wonderful Time. Plans at Regent — Ph. 32-8S Approved for Universal Exhibition. " REGENT — OPEN SUNDAY (TO-MORROW) At the request of the Authorities for the Entertainment of Allied Forces in Uniform, Merchant Navy, each of whom may bring a Civilian Friend. DOORS OPEN 7 P.M. SHOW STARTS 7.45. P.] When "Rainbow Island" Programme will be shown in its entirety. * v |!|i||illfiiiiiijiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijj mi ■ jl 1 I 1 STRAND I I ! |j| ; i l ill liiiiiiuiiiinunliiiuji'fifji/iiifiiii 1 1!; ' |i, 4 illj Direction: Civic Theatre, Ltd. j| 11 — 2 — 5 — 8 1 ' TELEPHONE 43-114. TO-DAY TO-NIGHT N.Z. PREMIERE - R.K.O. Radio Pictures Presents THE ROMANTIC ADVENTUROUS AND L MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA £ " PAN-AMERICANA " " PAN-AMERICANA " PAN-AMERICANA " THE GREATEST MASSED CONCENTRATION OF STARDOM - HEAR—NESTOR AMARAL and HIS FAMOD SAMBA BAND. SEE—HAROLD and LOLA in THEIR WEIR! SNAKE DANCE. HEAR—LOUISE BURNETT the AMAZIN< SOPRANO WHO SINGS C ABOVE HIGH C LAUGH—AT ROBERT BENCHLEY. THRILL—TO THE ROMANCE OF PHILIP TERR' AND AUDREY LONG. YOU MUST SEE - " PAN-AMERICANA " PLUS RECENT RETURN OF 900 EX-PRISONERS O" wAr (Kriegies), At Stalag 18A and Klagenfurt NEW ZEALANDERS WATCH THEIR FORMEI GUARDS WORK INSIDE THE WIRE. * Also DONALD DUCK, OVERSEAS NEWS, Etc. r Approved for Universal Exhibition. NO EXTRA FOR BOOKING. PLAN AT. STRAND THEATRE > COMING—ENGLAND'S MASTERPIECE Noel Coward's " THIS HAPPY BREED." SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ' GESTURE TO MUSIC-LOVERS Impresario Alexander LevitofT Has Pleasure to Present A THIRD, AND POSITIVELY LAST, CONCERT, BY THE FAMOUS PIANIST, ISADOR GOODMAN ISADOR GOODMAN ISADOR GOODMAN On SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 At TOWN HALL AN ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMME. MUSIC FOR ALL . . . MUSIC FOR ALL PRICES FOR ALL.. . PRICES FOR ALL 5/ AND 3/ Including Tax: Reserved.. 1/6, Unreserved, at Door. No Preferential. Box Plan Opens Wednesday, August 8, At Lewis Eady, Ltd. CATHOLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS FESTIVAL TOWN HALL NEXT TUESDAY & WED. AUGUST 7 AND 8. First Presentation by Combined Catholic Secondary Schools of Interpretations of Popular and Classical Works. 700 TALENTED STUDENTS In MUSIC, SONG AND VERSE And PHYSICAL DISPLAYS. * Reservations at Lewis Eady, Lzd. Prices 4/ 2/, J Children Half-price. All seats may be reserved. Doors open 7 p.m. Proceeds in Aid of Catholic Youth Movement. 4 111 METROPOLE lilllfll TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT BERT PETERSON'S BAND. Vocalist: Vesta Sylvia. Milk Bar Milk Bar Reservations: Phone 42-330. W. HASSAN, Director.
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