AMUSEMENTS LAST TWO DAYS 2 — SESSIONS DAILY — 2 IlliHllllll FU ™ lllllliiiHi MAJESTIC THEATRE Destined to Become Auckland's Most Important. Theatre. Watch for Later Announcements. Sessions: 4.45, 7.45 p.m. 111111111111 l • phone 43 -™ lilMFil SENSATIONAL STORY TREMENDOUS APPEAR Gail Patrick — Nancy Kelly "WOMEN IN BONDAGE* :< "WOMEN IN BONDAGE" j See for Yourself this Amazing Picture. Also THE SCREEN'S NEWEST INNER SANCTUM' MYSTERY. * Lon Chaney — Evelyn AnkerS "THE FROZEN GHOST" "THE FROZEN GHOST" Also Cartoon and Community Sing. * i Both Recommended More for Adults. *' FRIDAY NEXT— MERRILY IN TUNE WITH THE TIMES. Wallace Beery I Marjorie Main in "RATIONING" "RATIONING" Also, A HEART-WARMING STORY OP Irto* AND LAUGHTER. "THUMBS UP" "THUMBS UP" Recommended by Censor for Adnlts. Direction: Kerridse Theatres. I STATE | ;™rV,', s [STATE] 7.15 TO-NIGHT —— 7.15 Singing as Sweetly as Ever. DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN In " HERS TO HOLD" With JOSEPH COTTEN, CHARLES WINNINGER. Also: righting and Loving In the Tradition rtf his Romantic Name. THE SON OF MONTE CRISTO With GEORGE SANDERS. JOAN BENNETT — LOUIS HAYWARD. Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. Direction: Kerridge Theatres. 130 VOGUE ™ Auckland's Modern, Popular, Intimate Theatre. Karangahape Road. Phone 43-003. The Most- Enchanting Romance the Screen hai ever told! A story so beautiful it was set to musio glorified in Technicolour! JEANETTE MacDONALD. BRIAN AHEARN. "SMILIN' THROUGH" "SMILIN' THROUGH" "SMILIN' THROUGH" The "Queen of Song's" Magnificent Triumph! Approved for Universal Exhibition. And LIONEL BARRYMORE. DONNA REED In "Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case" "Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case" The Doctor's most Thrilling, Exciting Story! Recommended by Censor tor Adults. HIS MAJESTY'S ,2.30 p.m. SATURDAY 2.30 p.m. 8 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. "THE KIWIS" "THE KIWIS" "THE KIWIS" "THE KIWIS" COMMENCE A SHORT SEASON IN THEIR NEW DIFFERENT LAUGH HIT " M A A D I GR AS" NOTE! SATURDAY NIGHT'S SEATS ARE NEARLY ALL SOLD. WE SUGGEST YOU RESERVE TO-DAY FOR THE MATINEE AND . REMAINDER OF • WEEK. PLANS AT LEWIS EADY, LTD. We Warn You — RESERVE! Prices—D.C. and R.S., 6/; Stalls 4/, Gallery 2/. Matinee: D.C. and R.S., 5/; Stalls', 3/i Gallery 1/6. Children (matinee only), D.C. and R.S., 2/6; Stalls, 1/6; Gallery, 1/. Direction: K.C.P. Entertainments, Ltd. ATTENTION! NEW POLICY I , = f CIVIC CABARET = = | WINTERGARDENS = The Cabaret Is Open To The Public TO-NIGHT — WEDNESDAY Reserve a Table — Phone 30-100 VIOLIN RECITAL BY GWEN MORRIS Assisting Artist: STEWART HARVEY, Baritone. Accompanist: KATHLEEN O'LEARY. TOWN HALL CONCERT CHAMBER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 8 P.M. Box Plan opens Lewis Eady, Ltd., Monday, August 13. 8 SECONDARY SCHOOLS' MUSIC FESTIVAL. Tickets bought for Wednesday Night's Performance and not reserved 1 may be reserved for Tuesday Afternoon's Performance, or a Refund of 1/ per ticket will be made at Lewis Eady, Ltd.'s Box Office. 8
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