Excellent Short Subjects from 7 p.m. LATEST CINESOUND NEWS, etc., POPULAR PRICES: Stalls Is, B.C. Is Gel. Plans at Theatre, or King 25-Ml. RIVOLI/'^sss**^* NEWTOWN. Tel. 25-041. Prices, Is 6d, Is. (Deaf Aids Available.) SIX SCANDALOUS NAMES THAT SHOCKED A CITY. A MOST UNUSUAL TYPE OF PIC-TURE-WITH AMAZING CLIMAX. . Walter Wanger Presents . "SLIGHTLY HONOURABLE." "SLIGHTLY HONOURABLE." • With an All-star Cast. —PAT O'BRIEN EDWARD ARNOLD, BRODERICK CRAWFORD, ——RUTH TERRY— The Alluring Newcomer in Her • STRIP TEASE COMEDY. '(Recommended by the Censor for Adults.) Released Through United Artists. PLUS Formby Turns Jockey in the Funnieat Racing Comedy ever Filmed. GEORGE "COME ON GEORGE." FORMBY "COME ON GEORGE." FORMBY "COME ON GEORGE." FORMBY In "COME ON GEORGE." FORMBY "COME ON GEORGE." FORMBY "COME ON GEORGE." IT'S FUNNY ENOUGH TO MAKE A HORSE LAUGH. (Approved for Universal Exhibition.) J-— ~"" rriN emZ"' *-^J L">-s*. KII J BIRNIB._ -i-r-^p N.Z.s Finest Suburban Theatre. 7.30 — TONIGHT — 7.30. A Thrilling Breathtaking Story of the Secret Service! " Joel Brenda Jeffrey .McCREA MARSHALL LYNN McCREA MARSHALL LYNN McCREA MARSHALL LYNN ■ GEORGE BANCROFT, In "ESPIONAGE AGENT." ."ESPIONAGE AGENT." "ESPIONAGE AGENT." . "ESPIONAGE AGENT." (Approved for Universal Exhibition.) Hundreds of fun-makers and half a pint of dancing dynamite on flashing blades! ' •'■-■'■ -IRENE DARE IRENE DARE • In "EVERYTHING'S ON ICE." "EVERYTHING'S ON ICE." "EVERYTHING'S ON ICE." (Approved for. Universal Exhibition.) KOSCOE KARNS—EDGAR KENNEDY, LYNNE ROBERTS. — COMING FRIDAY — "FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS."' — And — "U-BOAT 29." pAPITOL, MIRAMAR r— '-'APITOL, MIRAMAR 7.30 - TONIGHT - 7.30 The Howard Hawks Production, featuring i Cary. ,~.-v-.-;. :■ Rosalind GRANT RUSSELL GRANT... RUSSELL Their first time together proves the lass .word in romance. /'HIS GIRL FRIDAY." "HIS GIRL FRIDAY." "HIS GIRL FRIDAY." "HIS GIRL FRIDAY." (Recommended by the Censor for Adults.) At test a man who can tame the Wild Woman of "The Women." -r— —Also Showing"CODE OF THE SECRET SERVICE" "CODE OF THE SECRET SERVICE." (Approved for Universal Exhibition.) With RONALD REAGAN, ROSELLA TOWNE Cyclonic Action! Daring Escapades! QEASIDE THEATRE, v LYALL BAY. Seaside theatre, lyall bay. tonight — 7.30 — tomorrow 6d, 6d, 6d, 6d, 6d, 6d, 6d, 6d. WILL HAY. Moore Marriott, Graham Moffatt, In ;"OH! MR. PORTER." (Approved for 'Universal Exhibition.) And ; PETER LORRE :.' -; ■'. 'In "MR, MOTO'S GAMBLE." ; '(Recommended by Censor for Adults.) EMPJKE ISLAND BA*. MPIRE : ISLAND BAY. BOX PLANS Empire Confectionery, Tel. 14-307. 7.30 -^— TONIGHT — 7.30 /And THURSDAY. GEORdE RAFT—JANE BRYAN William. Holden—Humphrey Bogart In "INVISIBLE STRIPES" —PlusCHARLIE RUGGLES-ROBERT PAIGE In "OPENED BY MISTAKE." (Both Recommended by the Censor fee Adults.) PEGAL m...... ■. "; -, KARORI. EGAL .— — KARORI. Box Plans "Knighton's," Tel. 28-365. 7.30-NIGHTLY-7.30 Entertainment, teeming drama of minstrel and river-boat days, when a stormy love wrote the songs that the whole world took to its heart. ■ Don Audrey Al AMECHE .LEEDS JOLSON — In — ; "SWANEE RIVER." "SWANEE RIVER." "SWANEE RIVER." (In Technicolor) (Approved for Universal Exhibition.) SUNDAY.NIGHT NEXT. ""^ SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, SUNDAY SUNDAY 8.30 p.m. SUNDAY SUNDAY "T)E LUXE THEATRE. SUNDAY ■ A'E LUXE THEATRE. SUNDAY SUNDAY GRAND VARIETY SUNDAY ENTERTAINMENT, SUNDAY SUNDAY Every Artist a Star. SUNDAY Every Artist a Star. SUNDAY SUNDAY LEONARD NELSON ? ? ? ? SUNDAY SUNDAY Dinkum Aussie Comedian. SUNDAY Watch this page for further SUNDAY particulars, SUNDAY Book now at Chas. Begg's, SUNDAY Manners Street. SUNDAY Proceeds in aid of Plunket SUNDAY Society. SUNDAY VICTORIA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. PUBLIC LECTURE On "SOUTH AFRICA TODAY," By PROFESSOR J. Y. T. GREIG, M.A., D.Litt. (Glasgow), Professor of English in the University of Witwatersrand, OCTOBER 8, 8 p.m,
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