AMUSEMENTS "Rainbow Island" Reservations At Regent Open 10 a.m. to 7 p . m 1 11.0 — REGENT — no ' . 2.0 — REGENT — o'o 5.0 — REGENT — k'J 8 , 8.0 — REGENT — 8 !o J. C. Williamson Picture Corn ih' , WHERE POSSIBLE ATTEND All«L SESSION X laS^ ' PARAMOUNT PICTURES TROPIfAT PARADISE OP "*"""*'«■ | £ Laughter and Song Laughter and Song ; ALL IN RADIANT TECHNICOLOTJU ! Heaven Help a Sailor on a Haven LUaTn,,. ' "RAINBOW ISLAND" "RAINBOW ISLAND* "RAINBOW ISLAND*' "RAINBOW ISLAND* "RAINBOW ISLAND*. IN ALL THE WORLD. NO ISLAND URTtj*™(THAT WE GUARAOTEE) •* JaB DOROTHY LAMOUR , EDDIE BRACKEN - GILL LAMB Dorothy brings you L'amour while Bra**»». his pal Gil bring you ■■• NO RAIN! NO SNOW'* NO TAXES! NO RATIONS! • BUT LOTS OF GORGEOUS GIRLS! ' ' , 1 Plans at Regent — Ph. 32-888 Approved for Universal Exhibition. Direction: Kerridge Theatres (throughout Kz.) I STATE 1 *r~£[STATE] 7.30 — PINAL NIGHT — 7.30 ~ ' LANA TURNER . In "MARRIAGE IS A PRIVATE AFFAIR" And VAN HEFLIN. PATRICIA DANE In 'GRAND CENTRAL MURDER* Both Recommended by Censor lor Adults. 1.30 — TO-MORROW — 7.15 • Singing More Beautifully Than Ever DEANNA DURBIN ' . DEANNA DURBIN " HERS TO HOLD" Also: Great Romantic Adventure THE SON OF MONTE CRISTO With GEORGE SANDERS JOAN BENNETT — LOUIS HAYWABD Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. Direction: Kerridge Theatres (throughout HZ). 130 VOGUE "•'" Auckland's Modern, Popular, Intimate Theatll, Karangahape Road. Phone 43-003. FINALLY TO-NIGHT. Crowded with Stars! Packed with Laughs! "FOUR JILLS IN A JEEP" I KAY FRANCIS. ALICE FAYE, GEO. JESSEL - Approved for Universal Exhibition. Also: FRANK MORGAN, ANN RUTHERFORD In WASHINGTON MELODRAMA' 1.30 — TO-MORROW — 7.30 The Musical Triumph in Technicolour "SMILIN' THROUGH"' JEANETTE MacDONALD, BRIAN AHEARN Approved lor Universal Exhibition. ' And LIONEL BARRYMORE. DCNNA RES) In "Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case" Recemmenqeq by Censor lor Adults. HIS MAJESTY'S PLANS NOW OPEN AT LEWIS EADY, LTD.' FOR GRAND MATINEE OPENING 2.30 p.m. SATURDAY 2.30 p.m. 8 p.m. SATURDAY Bp.m. AND SHORT RETURN SEASON ■» OF " THE KIWIS " "THE KIWIS" "THE KIWIS" "THE KIWIS" THE LAUGH-RAISING TROUPE OF NON-STOP VARIETY ARTISTS WHO HAVE PACKED EVERY TOWN IN N.Z., INCLUDING HIS. MAJESTY'S, AUCKLAND, FOR FOUR SUCCESSIVE WEEKS LAST FEBRUARY IN "M A A D I GRA S " WITH EVERYTHING NEW! Prices—D.C. and 0.5., 6/; Stalls 4/, Gallery V. Matinee 5/, 3/, 1/6. Children 2/6, 1/6, 1/. BOOK TO-DAY AT LEWIS EADY, LTD. ATTENTION! NEW POLCYI = j CIVIC CABARET = =| WINTERGARDENS = in Response to Continuous Requests the Cabaret Will Be Open to the Public On WEDNESDAY! (From 10.30 to 3 a.m.) AS WELL AS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. STOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY TO HEAR T.ITE EMPIRE EVANGELIST REV. LIONEL B. FLETCHER SATURDAY NEXT, 11th AT 7.30 P.l*.. AND SUNDAY NEXT, 12th, AT 3 P.M. 'inal and farewell meetings before Mr. and Mrs. 'lclcher return to Australia. These meetings •ill be a fitting climax to a great campaign hat has occupied the last six months when Mr. ietcher has preached to crowded audiences everywhere. EXT SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY IN THE TOWN HALL umbers of peopie have written in from all arts of the Dominion testifying to the blessing :ceived in their lives. Come and enjoy the blessing, too.
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945
Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945
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