Ames Daily Tribune And Times in Ames, Iowa
16 Nov 1935

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16 Nov 1935

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Ames Daily Tribune and Times (Newspaper) - November 16, 1935, Ames, Iowa Lovers discover glorious Romance in the tempestuous world of grand opera. Quot metropolitan the picture which will be shown at the a new Ames theater on Friday and saturday november 22 and 23 and at the Capitol on sunday and monday november 24 and 25 is the familiar Story of the Joys and to own fan opera singers apprenticeship and ultimate Rise to Fame. Or. Tibbett is the hero and his selections Are carefully chosen and beautifully presented and Musi c lovers will derive much pleasure from his Superb singing his comedy scenes Are also effective. Miss Bruce is a sensible and attractive heroine and or. Marion excellent As a temperamental orchestra Leader. This is a picture for the entire family. A a a a a a a Ltd magnificent singing Marks Lawrence Tibbetts newest the magic of great song will be the principal attraction at Tho a new Ames theater Friday and saturday november 22 and 23 and at the Capitol theater sunday and monday november 24 and 25, when Lawrence Tibbett comes in a metropolitan a a the Bright and charming Romance of a Young Singer. Pictured with sympathy vigor and an abundance of sparkling comedy a a metropolitan traces Tibbett in career As a Young Singer who can Brook no delay launches out on the world on his own meets discouragement Alsap Point men Romance and at last recognition. His Trail crosses that of Virginia Bruce and there is affection Between them immediately. But because Alice Brady who controls the Money in their operatic company is jealously found of him they must conceal their affection. Between placating Alice Brady and attending to the wild vagaries of George Marion sr., the orchestral conductor Tibbett has his work Cut for him. When at last miss Beady deserts the company All his anguish seems to have gone for nothing. But ingenuity and courage solve the problem and the Climax presents Tibbett a the hero of the evening wildly applauded after his sensational debut. In the course of the action Tab Bitt sings selections from Quot Pault Rucci a a car men a and a the Barber of Seville As Well As a number of popular compositions. In magnificent voice thru out Tibbett reveals new possibilities As a romantic actor in miss Nice is charming and Lovely in the romantic Lead. Miss Brady still one of the most effective comedienne the screen boasts. In the supporting roles Cesar Romero Thurston Hall and Luis Alberni Are outstanding. A the crusades Story of love the hand of the master director of motion pictures Cecil b. De Mille grows mightier with each production which he creates. Quot the crusades a newest Demme screen spectacle which shows at the a new Ames a theater tuesday wednesday and thursday and at the Capitol Friday and saturday is the most far Flung of screen dramas and intimate love stories. The scope of a the crusades is Tho whole world a18 it was in the twelfth Century yet this world is Only the background for a Romance As fresh and glowing now As it was when the Lovely princes Berengar a first Laid eyes on Richard the lion in Art and swore she would Tate him to ii tile Day she died. Perhaps she Felt this Way treatise Richard did no to show up for their wedding but sent instead in accordance with Royal Law his kingly sword the scene in a the when , Burn Iii Quot ated and furious marries a Blade of cold steel instead of a Man is one of the High spots in a picture which abounds in emotional thrills in a the crusades Quot de Mille has created the entire colourful Aning picturesque medieval world it. Was a time of violent human feel us of lusts human action of Strong loins hates and beliefs. Two a is were opposed the Oriental Empire of islam ruled by a a t. Bals Din and the Western Christian world. The shrine of christianity the holy land was in the hands of infidel. Whole world roused Sinai wonder that one Hermit a holy Man worshipped with All the Fervour of religious dec task could Rouse medieval Europe to a White hot fury. The crusades the Rescue of the holy Tomb the redemption of the land of christianity birth million of p pie join d in the a re. M#0. Women and children it Wath g r t a a t in a s a ovum it of in Maul Cen o Sullivan fresh from a triumphant role in Garbo s a Wanna Karenina now plays the feminine Lead in a the Bishop a i he noted English Star Edmund Gwenn. Is seen As the eccentric Bishop and Norman Foster plays an innocent bystander caught in the web of both mystery and Romance. Capitol wednesday and thursday. Inanity since the world began and this super charge d conflict do Mille has revealed in Quot the crusades in a Way which makes one feel that he too has joined in the vivid thrilling adventure. Armies of knights in shining Arm or charge in the cavalry Battle under Jerusalem s Walls. The ponderous siege machines hurl tons of red hot Rock into the Citadel of acre where a portion of the True Cross is preserved. The Saracens defend themselves As fiercely and in a scene never before equalled in the screen for awesome effect drench the crusaders swarming on acres Walls with thousands of Gallons of flaming Cli. Henry Wilcoxon in the role of Richard the lion heart seems made to play this Young Burly handsome reckless King we Hose tremendous vitality and courage were that driving Force of the armies of christianity Wilcox i will be remembered As Marc Antony of in a the crusader a he is the Ideal of virile manhood As Richard the lion heart. Physically huge Wilcoxon presents a stunning picture of a hero whose great heart inspired the Fervour of millions o Alen and the l Ive of Many women. But it was Berea Garia he married married impatiently and against his will because Berengaria a father had the cattle and fodder Richard needed for his armies. Richard s Chagrin when he sees his Bride flt i the first time and Falls under the spell of her Beauty is a moment motion picture audience s will Long renumber. Oretta Young plays Berengaria and her Berengaria makes miss Young a candidate for the motion picture Academy award. The a truss portrays excitingly a Young girl of eager sign Irit who Changa into a woman of intense spiritual Power and insight under the influence of a great love. Other memorable performances in a the crusades Are those of Ian Keith As Saladin Sultan of islam and c. Aubrey Smith As the Hermit. Audiences will be delighted Alec to Sec Joseph Schildkraut who played the wily King Herod in a Cleopatra Quot in another Subtle villain ens role. De i he a own daughter Katherine Demille emerges As an actress of Power and Beauty in her role As Princess Alice of France. No account of Quot the crusades would be Complete without a Bow in the direction of the thousands of extra players who so thrillingly make up Hie armies of marching men the sailors in the War galleys j and the throngs of Nobles ladies. Priests Aud valets who recreate the Wand of the Middle apts. Paul Lukas Moroni Olsen and Onslow Stevens As the famous a three musketeers at bos Porthos and Aramid respectively meet Walter Abel the fiery do Artagnan who has challenged each one to mortal combat with the rapier. His courage and skill however turns this affray into a Friendly quartet who set out on glamorous adventure in the sound version of Quot the three musketeers Quot famed novel by Alexandre Duma. Sunday and monday at the Quot new tuesday at the Capitol downtown. Rousing Romance a three musketeers gains High realism on sound screen All Tho thrilling ramifications Romance and deadly swordplay which attended Cardinal Richelieu a statecraft combined with the Brilliant pageantry of one of the most dramatic periods in French history Are seen As the background for a the three musketeers famed Dumas Romance of the seventeenth Century which hat just been faithfully adapted to the talking screen and will be featured it the a new ame a sunday and monday and at the Capitol on tuesday. Realizing that it must meet the exacting demands of millions of film goers to w Hom the great classic is a familiar in action and atmosphere As a personal experience unusual care was taken to adhere to the essence of tit1 novel and faithfully recreate its historic setting. A and now do Artagnan swagger to the lure of the sea menus tyranny South sea Para dire tropical love disillusionment a Munnjr men hounded around the world and death All these came to the men in Tho Crew of the Bounty see us fascinating and most gripping sea adventure of All time a Mutiny on the at the a Nev Ames inca tie today or at the Capitol downtown sunday or monday. Fame Urf siege actor whose classic a a laburnum. I Grove this season finish d a two or amp a run in London an i new York Maureen o Sullivan fastest rising Young screen actress who recently i scored in a prominent role in Gar a bos Quot Anna Karenina plays the to. 1 Mantic feminine Lead opposite nor i Iran Foster popular Oung leading Man. I the Story deals humorously with the Madcap revenge of a Young 1 English Rirl on an old d do w to i has pm Bezold her ailing fathers i Money. Failing to find Justice in i the courts he retorts to an ingeniously planned Rob Btry in which she is Aid d by a Young american j architect who aet him of up a Friend of Al Capone a and a Cluster a a of enthusiastic but non prof bit onal when a the Bishop mls. A caves rom actors swung into production one of the j lnt0 Thig Niep walks the kindly most charming and humorous stage j Bishop of Broadrop instr. Full of hits of the current Broadway sea crime the Aries gamed by a life Ison began its Progress to the time of Reading detective fiction. The Bishop misbehaves a Here this we. Screen. Now released it com a wednesday and thursday to the Capitol theater. Written by Frederick Jack on and produced by John Golden the quaint English mystery comedy sewed As a successful starring vehicle for Walter Connelly. In the screen version the title role is played by i mind Gwenn. Humorous and suspense charged episodes follow in the he eds of one another until miraculously the Bishop stumbles upon a solution Lucile Watson famed stage actress whose screen debut War made in Imen Hayes a what every woman portrays the character of i Ady Emily the Bishops dauntless sister. The screen in a Superb performance by Walter Abel who adds to Bis Broadway stage distinction a role which promises High film ranking. Equally impressive As the immortal musketeers Athos. Porthos and Ai Amis Are Paul Lukas Moroni Olson and Onslow Steven. The feminine Trio who inspire the intrigue and sword play of Tho classics Are alluring by portrayed by Heather Angel Margot Grahame and Rosamond Pinchot As Constance Milady de Winter and the unhappy Queen Anne respectively. Able support is Given by Ian Keith. Miles slander Nigel de broiler. Lunar Den Hare Ralph Forbes Murray Bunnell John Qualen and Ralph Faulkner every part from key characters to the least contributory bit being done v Ith skill to maintain the romantic mood and Story drive. Settings and costume richly recreate Lith Century France with spectacle highlights being provided by the grand ballroom in the Palace of Louis Xiii Tim gardens of the Luxembourg As the scene of duels Between the musketeers and Richelieu a guards men the docks of Calais the do Artagnan chateau in Gascony the streets and taverns of Paris and the musketeers courtyard. Since the or Ord plays such an important part in the tale the actors were put thru Many weeks of intensive coaching with the rapier by Fred Cave Well known Mas ter a arms. The picture contain As a result some of the most exciting duels Ever filmed. Row land v. Lee directed. Adding final Grace to the picture s emotional strength spartan ular action fierce clash dangerous love making and High suspense is Max Steiner a music which includes not Only the acor but a bravado song of the musketeers. A fun a a Quot the fought for living Carl Bensson formerly was the middleweight boxing Champion of North Europe. Henry Wilcoxon and Loretta Young Are shown above in a scone i rom the Cir Matte historical spectacle Quot the ibis powerful Story now Brot to the screen in sound will be shown tuesday wedders j any Atid thursday at the a new Ames and at the Capitol naft Hay and saturday nov. 22-22 metropolitan a Nee Tibbett. Law twin Star v. 22 24�?�?owestern courage a k a Maynard a a Spring nit s Creel act a Quot great air my tory a no. 5 Serin. Of a pistol Battle for a scale it Drift Fence is abbe an i or up of extras rep resenting bad men were fighting a desperate hand to hand Battle when somebody fired his revolver a few inches from the Back of it Rabbe neck. 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