Timmins Newspaper Index

Porcupine Advance, 21 Aug 1941, 1, p. 8

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| AT THE LOCAL THEATRES | %0%§ RBAGE EIGHT Another Bulldog Drummond Story at Broadway Theatre On Double Feature Proâ€" gramme with "Rainbow Over Broadway." part An innocent firework andâ€" signal flare factory run by one turns out to be a nice little nest of saboteurs. A murdered man disappears while Jack phones the police, and so his later calls on their services meet with some derision.. The dateâ€"April ist, does not help matters either. Zack Buchanan, again in a story that has no song and dance for him, ratâ€" tles through a thoroughly entertainâ€" ing action story that carries lots of hearty laughs with its tropical thrills. Greta Gynt, Googie Withers, Robert Newton and David Hutcheson complete the cast. Star of "Torpedo Raider" Married His Leading Lady When Barry Mackay‘s grandfather first leaned over his cradle, he exâ€" claimed "A Boy! Of course, he‘ll join the navy!" ‘Barry decided otherwise for he never had a notion to sail the smcs ssm Picture at Broadway This Week â€"Formerly Titled "Born for Glory." Ktarring Tyronne STARTS SUNDAY MIDNIGHT AT CARTIER MaASCIOLL THEATRE 50 Toâ€"day Only fi Fri. and Satur. A scene from the comedy thrilla@, "Spy in The Pantry," starring KRex Harrison and Karen Yerne. Plane wreecked on an Manton Moreland ars ing at the Cartier 1 and Saturday of this With Brenda Marshall and John Garfield "East of the River" "Blood and Sand" Cartoon and Newsreel ADDED sHORTS COMING SU N Darnell of fighter planes, h queer people amon ees It Through" Broadway‘? with Buchanan in his 1 of serious work TRAPPED BY ZOMBIES Power and Lind ol iptured atre, T \terror, John Archer, Dick Purcell and 1 by the "King of the Zombies." Playâ€" Phursday, Thursday midnight, Friday NDAY MIDNIGHT "San Antonio Rose" 'got the job! "Evergreen" was his screen debut. It won him a long term contract. \ _ Barry and Natalie like a quiet life. \They have a common interest in anâ€" tique furniture. Their idea of advenâ€" \ture is poking around odd places, lookâ€" ing for whatnots and nicknacks, but choicest possession is a venerable ship‘s desk that sailed the high seas with Barry‘s aforementianed grandâ€" dad. A task he says is a pleasure that occupies much of Barry‘s spare time is ‘ personally answering his fan mail inâ€" ! creasing by the wellâ€"known leaps and ‘ bounds. ‘Torpedo Raider‘ was formerly titled ‘Born for Glory.‘ ocean. Rather, hé preferred his fatâ€" hers profession, ‘which was acting. Mackay is currenty seen in Monogram‘s "Torpedo Raider‘"‘ playing at the Broadway theatre, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, August 21st 22nd and 23rd. which closely parallels the recent Graf Spee disaster. He studied music and dancing and being, tall, handsome and dashing, it was natural he should get the leading roles in London productions of ‘"Rose Marie‘‘ and "The Desert Song." He was playing in "Ball at the Savoy" when several nice things happened. He met Natalie Hall, the beautiful songbird in the show, fell in love with her and married her. And he met dirâ€" ector Victor Saville, looking for a leadâ€" ing man for Jessie Matthew. P.S.; He Priscilla Lane the Star in "Million Dollar Baby" Film "Million Dollar Baby," starring Prisâ€" cilla Lane, Jeffrey Lynn and Ronald Reagan, makes its local debut Priday, Friday midnight and Saturday, Aug. 22nd and 23rd, at the Palace theatre. In the featured supporting cast are May Robson, Lee Patrick, Helen wWestâ€" lev, George Barbier, Nan Wynn, John romantic Comedy _ Deals With Adventures of a Shopgirl. Starring Jeannette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy With Wayne Morris and Virginia Dale Shortâ€"‘‘Memories of Europe" With Robert Page and Jane Frazee NEWSREEL "Quarter Back" "Bitter Sweet" SECOND HIT The new film is a delightful romanâ€" tic comedy dealing wish the adventures of a shopgirl who inherits a million dollars. Pretty Priscilla Lane, star of the "Four Daughters" series, is, of course, the "Million Dollar Baby," and Jeffrey Lynn, her "Four Daughters" ewestheart, is the young lawyer who first brings her news of her inheritance then stays to sue for her hand. Ronald Reagan, popular young star of "Brother Rat," who won such wide praise for his work as George Gipp in ‘"Knute Rockâ€" neâ€"All American," is cas; as the cynical ycoung ccmposer who is in love with Priscilla, too, but prejudiced against her money. Veteran May Robson plays the eccentric, wealthy old woman who gives Priscillia the million dollars for reasons of her own. Qualen, Waliter Catiett and many other well known players. Leonard Spigelgass has written a sparkling story, full of bright situations and irrestibly human touches. Casey Robinson, Richard Macaulay and Jerry Wald adapted the story for the screen, with dialogue that fairly crackles with wit. Curis Bernhardt, the brilliant young director of "My Love Came Back," directed "Million Dollar Baby," with deft comedy handling. Be Sure to Get Your Seats for "Keep Your Seats Please" It‘s Another of the Popular George Formby Hits. Here‘s George Formby again! This time he‘s appearing in ‘"Keep Your Seats Please!" It‘s a happy number in which the popular British screen and concert syar gives his usual "full to overflowing" measure of fun, fancy, music and thrills He has some more songs in "Keep Your Seats Pleas¢," and for these he plays his own accomâ€" paniments on his now noted ukelele. "Keep Your Seats Please" will be at the Palace Sunday midnight, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, Aug. 25‘h, 26th and 27th. George Formby songs are among the most popular hits of the day and his ukelele playing is regarded as most expert, yet George cannot write or read a single note of music. How then does he get them written? If you happened to call upon him at his London Hotel when "Keep Your Seats Please," was being prepared, you would have found him strumming over and over again the same air, while Mrs. Formby was trying to locate his pianist to call round and take down George Formby, who has made so popular a hit here, will be at the Palace theatre, Sunday midnight, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, August 25th, 26th and 27th, in "Keep Your Seats Please!" CONTINUOUS SHOWS DAILYâ€"DOORS OPEN AT 2.00 Shortsâ€"3 Stooge Comedy ‘SPLITS SPARES STRIKES Wacky Worm Take the Airâ€"Musical Here‘s George Again‘ Alan Mowbrayâ€"Comedy Aquaplayâ€"sport After Sunday Midnight, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, August 24â€"27 GEORGE FORMBY and FLORENCE DESMOND in Showing Toâ€"Nightâ€"Thurs., Aug. 21st JOHN GARFIELD and BRENDA MARSHALL in Criday, Friday Midnight and Saturday, August 22nd and 23rd "KEEP YOUR SEATS PLEASE" PRISCILLA LANE, JEFFREY LYNN AND RONALD REAGAN in BOB CROSBY, RUTH TERRY AND MARIE WILSON in "MILLION DOLLAR BABY" PALACE NOTICEâ€"On Double Feature Programmes coming to ocur theatres, we request our patrons to attend the Theatre not later than $.00 p.m. to see entire performance. + m y( came e Thursday Only, August 28th "EAST OF THE RIVER" "ROOKIES ON PARADE"

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