' AMUSEMENTS _ 4 "Rainbow Island" Reservatior Regent Daily 10 a.m. to 7 p.n = 11.0 — REGENT — 11.0 F 2.0 — REGENT — 2.0 li 5.0 — REGENT — 5.0 = 8.0 — REGENT — 8.0 J. C. Williamson Picture Corp., Ltd. WHERE POSSIBLE ATTEND A DAYTIME SESSION PARAMOUNT PICTURES TROPICAL PARADISE OP Laughter and Song Laughter and Song ALL IN RADIANT TECHNICOLOUR Heaven Help a Sailor on a Haven Like This -" RAINBOW ISLAND " "RAINBOW ISLAND" "RAINBOW ISLAND" >N " RAINBOW ISLAND " " RAINBOW ISLAND " IN ALL THE WORLD, NO ISLAND LIKE THI (THAT WE GUARANTEE) DOROTHY LAMOUR EDDIE BRACKEN GILL LAMB Dorothy brings you L'amour while Bracken an his pal Gil bring you laughs. NO RAIN! NO SNOW! NO TAXES! NO RATIONS! BUT LOTS OP GRAND PUN! Plans at Regent — Ph. 32-88S ble Approved for Universal Exhibition. lIML FULLER'S £ rPMNCE^DWARD~| | THEATRE I ' KARANGAHAFE ROAD, TOP OP QUEEN ST. Phone 48-252 e Soon to Commence a New Policy of Screenin; ' First Release Double Action Films at Famil, Prices. TO-NIGHT, TO-MORROW NIGHT AND NA . THURSDAY NIGHT. 8 ' 6d GUEST NIGHT 6d Universal Pictures Present The Grandest of All Larceny The Merriest of All Music. =5. ALLAN JONES KITTY CARLISLE In " LARCENY WITH MUSIC " ~ A " LARCENY WITH MUSIC " a. " LARCENY WITH MUSIC " " LARCENY WITH MUSIC " It's Spinning With Stars. Dizzy With Love! Whirling With Songs! ler Whacky With Laughs! m. Also Charlie McCarthy EDGAR BERGEN, (FIBBER) McGEE and MOLLY in The Pour Top Punsters of the Air—Reunited for the Laugh Hit of the Year In 1 " HERE WE GO AGAIN " " HERE WE GO AGAIN " " HERE WE GO AGAIN " " HERE WE GO AGAIN " It's An R.K.O. Production. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. FULLER'S |~BRITANNIXI _ THEATRE THREE LAMPS Phone 26-041 Auckland's Leading Suburban Theatre with the Best in Screen Entertainment. THIS EVENING AT 7.30 A Modern Version of t " ANNIE LAURIE " " ANNIE LAURIE " • Featuring WILL FYFFE With the Rodney Hudson Girls and Horace Sheldon's Orchestra. "Annie Laurie," a refreshing story of pathos with humour and music from Scotland. Approved for Universal Exhibition. Associate Feature: n The greatest jungle thriller of all time! 7 Dr. Paul L. Hocffler's truimphant successor to his "Africa Speaks." I " The Leopard Men Of Africa " " The Leopard Men Of Africa " flc ionl re Tr"i ife .T J ( Unel , e it rlllS ■ Irs fact . thine- lifcj in v i Therc ' s nsver been anything like it! \ou have to see it to believe it 1 Recommended by Censor for Adults. COMING—FRIDAY NEXT - Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Award Picture " MADAME CURIE " With Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon! Approved for Universal Exhibition. FULLER'S j 1 [Wtorial 1 THEATRE DEVONPORT Phone 71-683 North Shore's Home of Entertainment. To-night at 7.30 M.G.M. Proudly Present An Entertainment Experience, You Will Never Forget! " MRS. MINIVER " " MRS. MINIVER " " MRS. MINIVER " Starring Gieer Garson Walter Pidgeon n.>iJ E ?£ S , A WRIGHT, RICHARD NEY DAME MAY WHITTY, HENRY WILCOXON Matinee To-morrow 1.30 FRIDAY, WITH MATINEE M.G.M.'s Greatest Musical Splash! (In Glorious Tcchnicoiour) " BATHING BEAUTY " All Approved for Universal Exhibition. Box Plans Now Open. FULLER'S I CAMEO | GREY LYNN TIIEATRE Phone 26-400 THIS AND TO-MORROW EVENINGS AT 7.30. ~ Ronald Colman, Greer Garson in RANDOM HARVEST "
Approved for Universal Exhibition. COMING THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY " GOING MY WAY "• Session as Follows: Thursday—2 p.m. and 7.30 p.m. Friday and Saturday 5 o'clock and 7.30 p.m. Box Plan Now Open. Phone 26-406 for Reservations INDOOR SPORTS BOXIN G TOWN HALL — MONDAY Auckland Boxing Association's Tenth Carnival. Splendid Varied Programme of TWELVE AMATEUR BOUTS And PROFESSIONAL MIDDLE-WEIGHT BOUTERIC O'NEILL V. SCOTTY McLEOD Six Three-minute Rounds. BOX PLAN OPENS At WATTS' SPORTS DEPOT, Exchange Lane, THURSDAY NEXT at 8 a.m. ADMISSION: Stage, 11/; Special Circle, 5/7: 11' Rfngside Scats, 4/6; Stalls, 3/4: Gallery, 2/3. Prices include tax. 7 MEETINGS AUCKLAND BUILDERS AND GENERAL LABOURERS' UNION WEDNESDAY, August 8, at 7.30 p.m., UNION BANK BLDG., 312, Karangahape Road. Business: (1) Cancellation of the essential building workers' modification Order; (2) general. A full attendance is required, as many Important decisions have to be made. R. J. SMITH, President. I E. F. BRADLEY. Secretary. PENSIONERS' ASSOCIATION—SociabIe afternoon WEDNESDAY NEXT, at 2 p.m., Druids' Hall, Newton. A first-class programme offering You are Invited. An open meeting, a cup of tea. Come Smile, be Happy. Poverty midst Plenty is Now Going. Your Duty Is?—T. H. Megann, Organiser. 7 PROFESSIONAL SKIN AND SCALP SPECIALISTS THE NEW RAY CLINIC. Ground Floor Yorkshire House, 31, Shortland St. Principal: J. M. GEORGE. S.R.N. British. American and Continental Modern Scientific Methods. PHONE 44-178 D
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