Loew's Warwick Theatre, Brooklyn, New York - May 29, 1936
Vol. 17 FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1936 No. 40
"FURY" JOLTS MOVIE WORLD!
HARLOW HIT BASED ON NOVEL
"Suzy," the new Jean Harlow picture with Franchot Tone, Cary Grant and Lewis Stone in the cast, is based on the sensational novel by Herbert Gorman.
3 HEROES IN JOAN'S NEXT
Joan Crawford will have three romantic leading men in "The Gorgeous Hussy": Robert Taylor, James Stewart and Melvyn Douglas.
Edna May Oliver plays the Nurse, one of the key roles in "Romeo and Juliet," M-G-M's film version of the Shakespearean play. Norma Shearer as Juliet and Leslie Howard as Romeo head the cast of stars.
M-G-M Puts Punch Into Picture on New Theme
Each season those wide awake Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer movie-makers manage to send forth a new picture that gives the movie-world a real jolt -- they have a knack of picking a story or theme that is so different that it startles the movie fans.
Such a picture is "Fury" -- which is causing so much comment and discussion and controversy! "Fury" is as furious as its title! It tackles a new theme! It doesn't pull its punches; it socks with all the fury and force of its theme.
It deals a body blow at mob rule -- at the wild passions that lead to lynchings. It carries from the screen to your heart the furious emotions of a young couple torn from each other's arms on their honeymoon.
"Fury" has Sylvia Sidney and Spencer Tracy and a large M-G-M cast. It's the picture of the hour. If you're a bit fed up on soft, smart-crackign romances, we recommend "Fury."
"WE WEST TO COLLEGE" CAST
With an alumni campus reunion supplying the comedy locale, M-G-M's "We West to College," is now in production with Walter Abel, Hugh Herbert, Charles Butterworth, Una Merkel, Walter Catlett and Edith Atwater in the principal roles.
REALISM IN "GOOD EARTH"
A five hundred acre replica of a North China farm village has been constructed and planted out in the Santa Susanna Mountains for backgrounds for "The Good Earth." Equipment for this farm was brought direct from China by the M-G-M expedition which spent two years there on research. Paul Muni and Luise Rainer co-star.
"Women Are Trouble" will feature Stuart Erwin.
When she takes off the charming costumes she wears for her role opposite Robert Montgomery in "Trouble for Two," Rosalind Russell dons smart riding togs and pursues her favorite sport -- riding.
KEEP YOUR AUTO LIGHTS BURNING!
SPANKY TO BE STARRED
Spanky McFarland, juvenile star of the Our Gang Comedies, will play the lead in a Hal Roach full-length feature titles "Spanky." This is a story of the Civil War. Spanky has already appeared in other feature productions, notably "O'Shaughnessy's Boy" and "Trail of the Lonesome Pine."
Watch for These LOEW SPRING FESTIVAL HITS!
MARLENE DIETRICH and GARY COOPER in "DESIRE"
"BIG BROWN EYES" Starring
"MR. DEEDS GOES TO TOWN"
"TILL WE MEET AGAIN" Starring
Friday, Saturday, Sunday, June 5, 6, 7
"LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY"
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Monday, Tuesday, June 8, 9
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS, JR.
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Wednesday, Thursday, June 10, 11
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BIG THREE OF "DAVID COPPERFIELD" RESPONSIBLE FOR OUTSTANDING HIT, "LITTLE LORD FAUNTLEROY"
Star, Producer and Adaptor Combine for New Smash Hit
Freddie Bartholomew, the star, David O. Selznick, the producer, and Hugh Walpole, adaptor, the big three responsible for "David Copperfield," have again combined their magic talents in a new and equally successful hit, "Little Lord Fauntleroy." The picture comes here next week as a special Spring Festival treat, together with "Roaming Lady"
"Little Lord Fauntleroy" is an old friend in a new guise. Freddie Bartholomew has completely de-sissified the lovable boy of play and fiction who worships his mother with a fierce loyalty and who changes a tyrannous old boor into a kindly and hospitable human being.
Gone are the golden curls, the velvet suits and the sissified trappings of "Little Lord Fauntleroy" in the new screen version! Freddie Bartholomew makes him the kind of boy every man, woman and child will love -- faced with and solving problems that are as heart-stirring and hilarious today as they were when Frances Hodgson Burnett wrote the famous book. The cast includes Dolores Costello Barrymore, C. Aubrey Smith, Guy Kibbee, Jessie Ralph, Mickey Rooney and Jackie Searl.
"AMATEUR GENTLEMAN" DUE HERE WITH "DRIFT
"Amateur Gentleman," film version of the stirring and colorful romantic novel, with Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., in the title rold, and "Drift Fence," thrilling and dramatic romance with Larry "Buster" Crabbe, Katherine De Mille, Tom Keene and Benny Baker in the principal roles, are the two Spring Festival attractions due on the same program at this theatre next Monday and Tuesday June 8 and 9.
Jeffrey Farnol's colorful novel, "The Amateur Gentleman," comes to the screen of this theatre next week with Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. in the title role, and with Elissa Landi in the feminine romantic lead.
Here is the dashing, devil-may-care story of the way in which the young son of a champion prize-fighter avenges his father's honor -- recovers stolen jewels -- himiliates and subjugates the beautiful lady of quality responsible for his father's disgrace -- and falls in love with her himself! The romantic spirit of the novel is well preserved throughout. For lovers of romance and adventure, "The Amateur Gentleman" will prove a decided screen thrill!
2 Shows for the PRICE of ONE
Shirley Temple in "Captain January," and "Boulder Dam," with Ross Alexander and Patricia Ellis, are the two mid-week Spring Festival treats due on the same program next Wednesday and Thursday, June 10 and 11.
Shirley is at her adorable best in "Captain January," with Guy Kibbee and Slim Summerville, and a new dancing partner in Buddy Ebsen, who scored such a hit in "Broadway Melody of 1936." The story concerns a homeless waif and a lighthouse keeper.
(To the best of our knowledge, these answers are accurate. However, we are not responsible for any errors which may occur. Ed.)
MISS ANITA KIRSCH, 916 FAILE ST., BRONX: EDMUND LOWE WAS NOT IN "THREE KIDS AND A QUEEN."
Miss Rugh Weltman, 115 Terrace Ave., Hempstead, L.I.: Nelson Eddy is his real name. Write him, care Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Culver City, Cal.
Miss Charlotte Cohen, 308 Grand St., N. Y. C.: That was Gene Raymond who played opposite Sylvia Sidney in "Behold My Wife."
Phyllis Stark, B'klyn, N. Y.: Kathleen Burke was the "Panter Woman" in "The Island of Lost Souls."
Miss E. A. H., Grand Conscourse, N. Y. C.: Warner Baxter is 43 years old. He was born in Columbus, Ohio.
DONALD WESLEY, 254 ETNA ST., B'KLYN: THAT WAS KENNETH HOWELL IN "EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT."
WHO IS SHE?
Who is this kindly, bespectacled old lady? Who indeed, but Lionel Barrymore all made up for his role in "Devil Doll," in which he disguises himself to further a mad plot of vengeance.
This rollicking foursome represents the principal male members of the cast of "San Francisco" enroute to the sound stage. Jack Holt, Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable, who co-stars in the picture with Jeanette MacDonald and Ted Healy comprise the quarterie.
Hurry up and send to Loew's Weekly for our newest star photos -- Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur in "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town." If you want these or any other star photos, ail your request to Star Photo Dept., Loew's Weekly, 1540 Broadway, N. Y. C. Enclose 25c instamps or money order for each photo. One dollar buys five star photos. If you send money order or check, please have it made out to MARCUS LOEW BOOKING AGENCY.
Nicholas J. Zaccheo, 430 6th Ave., No. Pelham, N. Y.: Publications containing names of film players are sold by The Film Daily, 1650 Broadway, N. Y. C.
A. Hyndman, 209 E. 103rd St., N. Y. C.: "Melody From the Skies" is the title of the song in "Trail of the Lonesome Pine." It is published by the Famous Music Corporation.
Miss Sarah Frances, B'klyn: George Raft and Carole Lombard danced the Bolero in the picture of that name.
D. PAYNE, 49 W. 9th St., N. Y. C: LON CHANEY WAS CAST AS A MARINE OPPOSITE WILLIAM HAINES IN "TELL IT TO THE MARINES."
Miss Sarah Levine, 387 So. 4th St., B'klyn: "Maytime" is the next picture to star Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy.
E. Rosenblum, 634 Jersey Ave., Jersey City, J. J.: "The Working Man" starred George Arliss with Bette Davis and Hardie Albright.
Francis Corrigan, 83 Linden Blvd. Jersey City, N. J.: That was Johnny Downs who did the dancing in "Coronado." You can write to him at the Paramount Studios, Hollywood, Cal.
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