Loew's Warwick Theatre, Brooklyn, New York - June 26, 1936
Vol. 17 FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1936 No. 44
JUNE LOVE IN NEW M-G-M HITS
Though romance may vary in the new M-G-M hits, it's Love every time! (Right) Frank Lawton and Maureen O'Sullivan offer mystery love in "Devil Doll."
(Above) When it comes to serving Love in Triangles, Jean Harlow, Franchot Tone and Cary Grant do it beautifully in "Suzy," in which Jean is pursued and admired by both these handsome gentlemen. They play flying aces in a story of spies, romance and the World War! And! Jean's brownette again.
(Left) And now the most famous love story of all -- "Romeo and Juliet" -- which has stood the test of time and a changing world, to remain Love in its most idyllic and tragic guise. Norma Shearer and Leslie Howard play the Shakespearean lovers in the M-G-M film version.
(Left) Romance heightened by the drama of an earthquake is the kind of love story brought to you in "San Francisco."
(Above) And, even though it does take an earthquake to bring them to their senses, Clark Gable and Jeanette MacDonald are destined for each other from the very start of "San Francisco." Spencer Tracy co-stars.
Love peppered with laughs in "We West to College," with Edith Atwater, Walter Abel and Una Merkel, pictured above, assisted by Charles Butterworth and Hugh Herbert.
KEEP YOUR AUTO LIGHTS BURNING!
OUR GANG RETURNS TO STUDIO
Following their successful personal appearance tour of the mid-west, the Our Gang comedy kids are back at the Hal Roach studios ready to continue with their picture work. Twelve comedies are on the Our Gang schedule for the new season. "Spanky" McFarland, the star of the Gang will play in a full-length feature entitled "Colonel Spanky."
RACCOON IS HERO OF NEW SMITH FILM
A raccoon is the star of the new Pete Smith short subject which tells a dramatic story of wild animal life. Vance Hoyt, famous naturalist and author of "Sequoia, wrote the story.
Virginia Grey, one of the American beauties glorified in M-G-M's "The Great Ziegfeld," will play the feminine lead in "Violets in Spring," new short.
M-G-M will produce "Swing Banditry," a short subject dealing with a typical "swing band" trying to get a break on radio.
Gala Holiday Show!
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, July 3, 4, 5
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MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON -- "Mickey's Polo Team"
Monday, Tuesday, July 6,7
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"BELOW THE DEADLINE"
Wednesday, Thursday, July 8,9
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"THE MOON'S OUR HOME," HILARIOUS ROMANCE, DUE WITH "DEVIL'S SQUADRON," ACTION THRILLER!
Week-End Brings Fine Two-Hit Program
Next Friday offers another two-hit picture program with the screening of "The Moon's Our Home," laugh-filled romance starring Margaret Sullavan and Henry Fonda and "Devil's Squadron," a stirring, thrilling drama with Richard Dix, Karen Morley and Lloyd Nolan.
"The Moon's Our Home" is based on the Faith Baldwin story which deals with two international celebrities who have learned to hate each other merely on the strength of their reputations.
As a fiery-tempered pampered, though beautiful screen star, Miss Sullavan refers to a noted world explorer-author over whom millions of women have gone mad, as the "kind of person who would be lost without his hot water bottle." Henry Fonda, as the globe trotter, refers to the screen star as a "phoney blonde with a face that resembles French pastry."
They eventually meet under assumed names, and, without knowing each other's real identity, fall in love and are married! And then the fun begins!
Margaret Sullavan, Henry Fonda, Charles Butterworth and Henrietta Crosman as you will see them in the gay romantic hit, "The Moon's Our Home."
WM. POWELL - JEAN ARTHUR HIT DUE ON FINE
Wednesday and Thursday, July 8 and 9, bring "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford," hilarious romance starring William Powell and Jean Arthur, and "Nobody's Fool," with Edward Everett Horton, Glenda Farrell, Cesar Romero and Warren Hymer, as our two big midweek attractions.
Tossed in and out of each other's arms by murders, mysteries, and sophisticated comedy situations, William Powell and Jean Arthur co-starred, are linked as a romantic team with a flare (sic) for solving crime in "The Ex-Mrs. Bradford," due next week.
Following the modern trend of love-making, then romance on "The Thin Man" plan, alternating their ardent moments with periods of gay kidding that keep a steady stream of laughter running through a hazardous investigation of three killings.
As a doctor who is framed because he dares to look into a strange death, Powell finds he must fight through to the solurion or be arrested for a second murder! Stephen Roberts directed.
2 Shows for the PRICE of ONE
Monday and Tuesday, July 6 and 7, bring a special request hit on our midweek program with the screening of "Imitation of Life," starring Claudette Colbert in one of her outstanding successes, and "Below the Deadline," exciting romantic drama with Cecilia Parker and Russell Hopton.
"Imitationof Life" is the story of motherhood and its problems and presents Miss Colbert in a stirring and different kind of role. Warren William, Louise Beavers and Rochelle Hudson head her supporting cast.
(To the best of our knowledge, these answers are accurate. However, we are not responsible for any errors which may occur. Ed.)
R. R. Nixon, 160 W. 87th St., N. Y. C.: Aileen Pringle played that part in "The Unguarded Hour," not Gloria Swanson.
Miss Lillian Kleine, Woodhaven, N. Y.: Please send in your questions again, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope for your reply.
Miss Shirley Fruman, 2766 Sedgwick Ave., Bronx, N. Y.: Arlington Brought is Robert Taylor's real name. He's from Filley, Nebraska.
Alex Kuppersmith, 1003 Linton Ave., N. Y.: Wendie Barrie is 23 years old.
Miss Marian Lee, 475 Warren St., B'klyn, N. Y.: You win on both counts. Robert Taylor was in "A Wicked Woman," and "There's Always Tomorrow," playing the roles you mentioned.
EDWARD ROTH, 581 W. 149TH ST., N. Y. C.: WRITE JANET GAYNOR CARE OF FOX FILMS STUDIOS, HOLLYWOOD, CAL. SHE'S 28 YEARS OLD.
Miss Maris D'Amico, 82 16th St., B'klyn: We have no record of any picture titled, "Tell Me Tonight."
OH THOSE HATS!
LADIES! The menfolks are protesting again! you look lovely in those new style large hats -- BUT -- NOT WHEN YOU'RE INSIDE A MOVIE THEATRE! Men patrons are asking us to repeat that good old sign on the screen: "Ladies will kindly remove their hats."
ROBT. TAYLOR "SMALL TOWN GIRL"
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