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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - May 4, 1952, Joplin, Missouri Globe Kunda.T, May 4, 1952. ATTRACTIONS ON THE SCREEN AND STAGE Variety of Features Offered On District Film Fare Today A diversified fare of has been booked for showing at district theaters today through the forepart of the week Among first- run films offered "African Queen Sound Off" and Love Is Bet ter Than PARAMOUNT. Humphrey Bofart Katharine Hepburn and director John Hu-ton three of Bollywoods outstanding artists combine their talents in a' strikingly unus-ual drama 'The Afncan Qjeer, now showing at the' Paramount For his performance in the film Bopart !a-t >ear won the' academy award for actor i Regarded a starkK rca'i'-tic film the movie is or a bv the same title C S Forester author cf the 'Horatio Horrblow-j er' stones It tells the o' a tough little ruer boatman I Bogart and the prim lai ed of an English who find love in a will thrni n a danger j Crowded Afncan river in a t oat with thf self plinned m't-inn of' destroying a fulh-armed Gf-nian purboat in War I Robert Morlev noted English and screen heads the cart as the mis? movie was filmed en joca'ion in Africa. FOX "Sound Off a musical a r srt club and armv rarrp bark ground, full be featured and Mordav on trie Fox screen with Mickey Roone> in the top role film title is taken from a song written by Private Willie while he was in the army in 194 Rooney Is cast as an r.ijrht club entertainer who re- ceives the familiar 'greetings' from draft board He is far from a model soldier in the armv unt.i he falis in love with a beautiful arm> nune Heading the supporting cast are Anne James as the army nurse, Sammy White Rooncv s Broad va% agent and John Archer as n armv major with whom Floonev competes for the nurses affec- tions. The film features a number of and dance routines with both night club and Rounding out the fare as the companion feature will be "Flight to starring Marguerite Chapman and Cameron Mitchell GLEV Larry Parks and E'izabeth form the co-starring team in "Love Is Better Than Ever' romantic comedy set against the back- grounds of New York s White Way and backstage scenes of dancing programs The film be featured through Friday at the Glen Parks, talented young- actor who zoomed to fame in the popular "Jolson" pictures, a big-time agent and a hep character who for- jeta how to be smart when he meets a naive little dancing school teach- er. The latter, of course is portraved by Miss Tavlor who dances for the first time on the screen Heading the supporting cast are Jose- phine Hutchinson and Tom Tully ORPHECM. Starring: Gary Grant and Betsy Drake, "Room for One More' heart-warming story adapted from the best-seller novel by Anna Per- rott Rose, will be featured today through Wednesday at the Orpheum It is a story of a happy but zany couple who suddenly become a flock of family problems. Call From a starring Shelley Winters, Gary Merrill, Michael Rennie and Bette will be ihowmg as the sec- end feature. The film tells a story of four lives which are thrown to- gether aboard an Ill-fated airplane. ELECTRIC. "Onca More, My a romantic comedy starring Robert Montgomery and Ann Blyth, will be one of two features showing to- day through Wednesday at the Electric Featured roles are played by Jane Cowl, Lillian Randolph, Charles McGraw, John Ridgely and Ro- land Winters. Hounding out the fare will be "Man In the starring Ran- dolph Scott. Co-starred In the outdoor adventure film afe Joan Leslie Ellen Drew and Alexander Knox, with Richard Rober, John Russell and Alfonso Bedoya in featured roles. TBI-STATE DRIVE-IN. A "corn show" with comedy and rhythm in the Ozark manner will be presented tonight and Monday night on the Tn-State Drive-In screen. Two features, "Shepherd of the starring the Weaver Brothers and Elviry, and "Barnyard featuring Rufe Davis, Mary Lee, the Cackle Sisters, Kidoodlers and other radio stars, will be offered on the screen. Combining romantic comedy and emotional drama in the story of a love affair and its bitter aftermath, "My Foolish will be showing Tuesday through Thursday nights Starred in the film art Dana Andrews and Susan Hayward, w ith Kent Smith Lois Wheeler, Robert Keith and Jessie Rojce Landis in supporting roles. CIVIC. "The Frlda of St. biographical comedy of the immortal baseball star, Dizzy Dean, will be featured today through Tuesday at the Civic, with Dan Dailey and Joanne Dru in starring roles The of the zany Diz who captured the hearts of baseball enthusiasts with his prowess on the diamond and as a radio sports broadcaster, the film presents the highlights of a career that is fabulous in nature Showing as the second feature will be "On Dangerous Ida Lupino and Robert Ryan LARSEN. Rod Cameron and Jane Nigh are co-starred in Fort a of the old west when the six-gun or a flaming arrow was the law, will be featured today through Wednesday at the Larsen Heading supporting cast are John Ridgelj, Morns Ankrum and Douglas Kennedy. Rounding out the fare will br 'Flight to Margiie- rlte Chapman, Cameron Mitchell and Atthur KDGEUOOD. Tourself starring Farlev Giangcr and inters be tonight and Mondav night at the Edcpwood drivp-m of Neosho William Demarest, Francis L. Sullivan Margalo Gillmore and Lon Chaney are featured in support of the stars 66 story of Hollywood stars who journey to Travis air force base near San Francisco to entertain troops will be featured tonight through Tuesday night at the 66 Drive-In, west of Carthage Heading the all-star cast are Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Virginia Mayo, Gene Nelson and Ruth Roman Showing Wedresday and Thursday nights will be "Ma and Pa Ket- tle Back on the starring Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbride in the title roles The zany comed> features Richard Long Mag Ran- dall and Ray Collins REX Let Barker Is in Tarzan s Peril first of two features offered today and Monday at the Rex Wild Blue Yonder starring Wendel Corey, Forrest Tucker and Phil Harrn is the other feature Plaving Tuesday and Wednesday will be 'Santa starring Ran- dolph Scott and Janis Carter, and "Raging featuring Shellej Winters and Richard Conte Drama, Romance and Music Keynote City Film Fare Two Timer. Alan Ladd, one of the stars !r the exciting drama of the Fa East "Thunder in the once played both a lathe and his son during his earl; radio Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn, starred In African are shown in the upper left scene as they appear in the unusual drama, which is playing today at the Paramount. The film's supporting cast is headed by Robert Morley Mickey Rooney makes love to an army nurse, Anne James, In the upper right scene taken from "Sound a musical with night club and army camp backgrounds, showing today at the Fox Shown at the lower left are Larry Parks and Elizabeth Taylor who provide the romantic interest in "Lovt Is Better Than romantic comedy of a small-town dancing teacher and a hep Broad- way agent The film will be showing today at the Glen Cary Grant and Betsy Drake are shown at the center right with their carload of "little problems" in a scene from "Room for One romantic comedy playing today at the Orpheum. A scene from "Man In the in star Randolph Scott engages in a life or death struggle, is shown at the lower right. The film will be playing today at the Electric. j STAR HAS NOSE BOBBED TO IMPRESS HER PVBLIC Hollywood Steilmg's new nose is making news The talented Star of such his films as "Rhu- barb" and "The Big Carnival" re- cently had her nose bobbed, and she doesn't care knows it. "It wasn't as photographic as I wanted it to explains the star So I had the bridge lowered a bit It's purely a business matter I m in e position where I have to sell to audiences, so why shouldn't I look my best. People have their hair dyed, braces put on their teeth and lifts added to then shoes So uhv should they a false sense of shame about plastic surgery? The beef produced by the musk is -said to be indistinguishable from beef produced by ordinary rattle Uncord Number. Burbank, Calif six child actors, largest unmber of mop pets called for a single picture in several >ears, reported recent Iv for a fiesta sequence in "The Miracle of Our Laoy of Gilbert Roland starrer. Popular In England. William H o 1 d e n, starred in "Stalag Billy Wilder's filmi- zation of the sensational Broad way play, receives more than fan letters a week from England. U. S. Aid Fights Eje Disease. Saigon, Indo-Chma (SI American aid is helping the Vietnamese to win the war against the dreaded eye disease known as trachoma Ten anti-trachoma mo- hile teams, operating under the hoalth branch of the American Mil tual Security Piogram, alreadj tieated 300000 people in North Vietnam Good Thlnfi to Eat and Drink Serve SUNDAY DINNER SPECIAL From 11 A.M. Until 9 P.M. Bring the Entire Family Banquet for special parties. Recommended by Duncan Eines and A A A. Free parking lot in rear. 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