AMUSEMENTS Crowds Have Rocked With Laughter At Every Session! EMBASSY J. C. Williamson's Intimate Theatre WELLESLEY STREET (opp. Public Library) PLANS AT EMBASSY. PHONE 32-680 11 — 2 — 8 CORNELIA OTIS SKINNER AND EMILY KIMBROUGH'S HILARIOUS STORY OF TWO INNOCENTS ABROAD "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" "OUR HEARTS WERE YOUNG AND GAY" Gail Russell Diana Lynn Charlie Ruggles Dorothy Gish Also TECHNICOLOUR MUSICAL PARADE. SPORTLIGHT "BRONCS AND BRANDS." POPEYE AND TECH. PUPPETOON - CARTOONS. A Paramount Picture. Approved for Universal Exhibition. FULLER'S 111111111111111M 11 " MI """"i"ll||||||||II!lllll!||| PRINCE EDWARD I 1111 l 111 I ill [11 111 I liln nMlllllllllllllllllllll KARANGAHAPE ROAD. Phone 48-252 The New Policy of Screening First Release Double-Action Films at Family Prices Will commence on September 7. TO-NIGHT AND TO-MORROW NIGHT AT 7.30. 6d GUEST NIGHT 6d TWO FAST MOVING, BREATHLESS DRAMAS " Seven Miles From Alcatraz With _ JAMES CRAIG, BONITA GRANVILLE. Also: "SUSPECTED PERSON " With CLIFFORD EVANS, PATRICIA ROC. It's Thrilling Entertainment. Both Recommended by Censor for Adulits. FRIDAY NEXT Direct from Majestic Theatre, Queen Street at the 11 A.M. and 1.45 P.M. Sessions Only. Two First Releases Specially Selected for the SCHOOL HOLIDAYS. " The Canterville Ghost " Starring MARGARET O'BRIEN, The Darling of "Lost Angel.'' CHARLES LAUGHTON In His Most Uproarious Role. ROBERT O'BRIEN, Handsome Star .... Never Better In a Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer Star-Roarious Comedy! They scared the daylights out of a ghost! You 11 scream... .with laughter at what happens in a haunted house. Also: " The Return Of The Vikings ' Full of Adventure and Thrills. AT NIGHT SESSION COMMENCING 7.30 P.M. John Wayne, Martha Scott " IN OLD OKLAHOMA " And " Marriage Is a Private Affair " Starring John Hodiak, Lana Turner, James Craig. Both Recommended by Censor for Adults. FULLER'S | BRITANNIA | ■ THEATRE THREE LAMPS Phone 26-041 Auckland's Leading Suburban Theatre with the Best in Scrcen Entertainment.
THIS EVENING AT 7.30 TWO BIG ATTRACTIONS: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Proudly Presents Norma Leslie John SHEARER HOWARD BARRYMORE In William Shakespeare's " ROMEO and JULIET " " ROMEO and JULIET " .With EDNA MAY OLIVER, BASIL RATHBONE, C. AUBREY SMITH, ANDY DEVINE, RALPH FORBES and REGINALD DENNY. Swords flash, steel rings upon steel; and* on a moon-bathed balcony Juliet holds her tryst with Romeo I The Supreme Triumph of the Screen. A'.so Screen.ng at 7.30 p.m. Sharp. The Top Musical Triumph ot Them Alii 20th Century Fox Pictures Presents Betty Robert Adolphe GRABLE YOUNG MENJGU "SWEET ROSIE O'GRADY " "SWEET ROSIE O'GRADY" What a Gai! What a Musical in TECHNICOLOUR. SONGS! MUSIC! LAUGHS! ROMANCE! Both Approved for Universal Exhibition. FULLER'S rVICTORIAI THEATRE DEVONPORT Phone 71-683 • I North Shore's Home 6t Entertainment. To-night at 730 The Most Dangerous Man a Woman Ever Loved! i JEAN GABIN In " THE IMPOSTOR " With Richard Whorf, Ellen Drew. Recommended by Censor for Adults. Also Showing: A Jamboree of Romance and Rhythm. LEON ERROL, GRACE MacDONALD In "HAT CHECK HONEY" Approved for Universal Exhibition. COMMENCING FRIDAY Rosalind Russell. Brian Aherne in " WHAT A WOMAN " (Adult Recom.) Fay Compton, Frank Law ton in " MILL ON THE FLOSS " (Universal) FULLER'S |CAMEO| THEATRE GREY LYNN Phono 26-406 THIS AND TO-MORROW EVENINGS AT 7.30. 6d GUEST NIGHT 6d Charlie McCarthy with Edgar Bergen in "HERE WE GO AGAIN" Also Showing: Tim Holt, Joan Barclay, Cliff Edwards in "SAGEBRUSH LAW" Both Approved lor Universal Exhibition. COMING FRIDAY. SATURDAY —- Gary Cooper in " THE STORY OF DR. WASSELL " Sessions as follows: Friday. 5 o'clock and 7.30 p.m. Saturday. 1.30, 5 o'clock and 7.30 p.m. Box Plan Is Now Open.
GRAND MAORI CONCERT THURSDAY, AUGUST 23 Proceeds for Maori Welfare. CONCERT CHAMBER TOWN HALL,. SEE THE MAORI CHILDREN OP AUCKLAND PERFORMING THEIR TRADITIONAL HAKAS, ACTION SONGS, POI DANCES, Assisted by ORAKEI AND TAINUI CONC»7RT PARTIES. Hear Te Rangl Hlra. radio fame, rising soprano, and other promising stars. Usual Prices. Box Plan Now Open at Lewis Eady. Ltd. 15 MEETINGS LEWIS EADY HALL LEWIS EADY HALL TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), AT 8 P.M. Speaker: MR. S.vS. GREEN. Subject: "COMING WORLD CHASNGES AS PROPHESIED IN HOLY* WRIT." DON'T M3SS THIS MOST INTERESTING ADDRESS. ALL WELCOME. ALL WELCOME. LEAGUE OF NATIONS UNION AUCKLAND BRANCH. MONTHLY LUNCH HOPJR MEETING. FABIAN CLUB\ ROOM. 3, QUEEN STREET (OflP C.P.0.), on THURSDAY, AUGUST 16'. AT 1 P.M. Speaker: MR. GEOFFRECV HODSON. Subject: "Gandhi—His Title Mi'.hatma, and his , Doctrine of Non-Violence." Discussion Follows Lecture. _ PuWic Invited. 15 PT. CHEVALIER SAILING 1 CLUB (Inc.). The Annua-1 General Meeting oflthe a.bove Club will be held in the CLUBHOUSE. 'Joan Street, on THURSDAY. August 23, at 8 p.m\ Business: Presentation of Balance-tsheet; election of Officers; general. 15 R. Hon. Sec. _ HOME GUARD, DEVONPORT \BATTALION All interested in a Reunion are invAted to meet in the OLD COUNCIL CHAMBERS. Drjvonport, Oil FRIDAY, August 17. 1945, at 7.30 p.irt 15 (Sgd.) AU KEMP.
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