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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, January 10, 1940, Image 12

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PATCHOGUE THE ATRE Now Through Saturday, Jan^rl * The Show Sensation of All Time on One Grand Program - • ! * . ¦ ' ¦ ¦¦¦ '] y Jonathan Swift' s immortal masterpiece filmed The colorful story of Stephen C. Fostor j in Technicolor Nev er in the history of New York the great American Troubaiiftiu- ' [ 'GULLIVER'S . z -Sft- r =S 'SWANEE r TDA'VF I G' \GULLIVER« S TRAVELS\ and D V\/I7n r « I Ki^YJDJLS \SWANEE RIVER. \ For your III \V CK I ¥ rrt. i i i , i ii i II . , r ,,,. „ comfort and convenience we have — with — [ ™ c } ** 1™1 ; to«*»»j We , lovable ei» c of Li l.put combined these two great pic- »0N ANDREA Al Land. Evhtmaah song hits . . . Technicolor ture(J Jnfa> ^ d w ' AMECHE LEEDS \ JOLSON J spectacle never before achieved ... Two hours iht% M yii vn f„t«;i« • > . * *-**-**mj *3 J\JL.a\Jl\ J of the screen ' s most scintillating entertainment. 1 ftnU y> and the famous Hall Joh nson choir < I . . #* -' —-— — — , filmed in gorgeous* technicolor _^ —Screened nt 3:45.7:25-10f20— NO ADVANCE IN PRIC ES —Screened at 2:80 and 8:4^. I^M llfiHl&aS ^^ WED. - FRI- JAN. 10 -12 ONE FOR ALL and ALL FOR ONE lintl. \ MMIIII HIMMW w \ f f tul ^ r ^ WC f m J.(i, m y ^ . JACKPOT hUCKY EVERY WED . EVE. , SAT. - TUES. JAN . 13 - 16 ¦ \Charlie McCarthy, Detective \ • — also -~ ' ¦¦ \S LITT LE ! PEPPERS. - , ¦ / AND. HQW TH' EY GftEWf • . ' . . , ' - U I A I TA SAT. - SUN. ii i B.iL i u JAN . .is -14 ; Ray Milland Frances Farmer in \EBB TID&' and Peter Lorre - Madeleine Carroll in \SECRET AGENT\ ' THEATRE \ ¦ Matinee: AduIU 25c , CMldren lSe Eve. Prices : Adutta 40c „ Children lSe . Smoiinsr Permitted In Rear ot Theatr* at no additional price. FREE PARKING FOR 20 0 CARS THURSDAY J AN. 11 S Basil Rathbone and Virtor McLagrlen. j in \RIO \ and CLARENCE E. MTJLFORD'S \Law of the Pampas \ [ Featuring \William Boyd j (Shown Once at 8:35 P. M.) I Latest News Events 1 Chapter 11 of \The Phantom Creep s \ First Evening Slow at 6 :45 P. M. FRI. - SAT. \ JAN. 12-13 MATINEE SATURD AY 2:30 Play Jaclcpot Lucky Sat. Night Bor.ita Granville Frankie Thomas John Litel in \NANCY DREW and the HIDDEN STAIRCASE\ — AND — Phil Hegan Jean Parker Col . Roscoe Turner in \Flight at Midni g ht \ I ( Shown Once at 8 :35 P. M. Friday ) I (Sbown Once at 8:20 P. M. Saturday ) Chapter 2 of \THE GREEN HORNET\ Radio serial runv on the screen Latest News — Cartoon Sun. - Men. - Tues. Jan. 14-15-16 MATINEE SUNDAY 2:30 PAUL MUNI in \We Are Not Alone \ ¦with Jane Bryan - .Flora Roh^on Color Cartoon — Latest News Events WED. -THURS. JAN.77^18 Wed. Is Treasure Chest Night Bob Ho]) c and Paulclte Cuildard in \The Cat and the Canary \ Flnyd Gibbous True Adventure Final Chap, of 'THE PHANTOM CREEPS' Chap. - 1 of \Zorros Fighting Legion \ Latest New 8 — Popeyc Cartoon Two Stars of \We Are Not Alone \ Paul Muni and Jane Bryan in the tenderest screen romance of many years , \We Are Not Alone , \ which will be the feature Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at the Port J efferson, theatre. Granada Theatre Bills Film of Stage Life Pat O'Brien, Roland Young- , Reg- inald Gardiner , George E. Stone and Olynipe Bradna are starred in \The Night of Nights , 1 ' a dramatic tale of stage l ife on Broadway, which will be shown at the Granada theatre for three days starting today. O'Brien has the role of a p laywright who- suffers defeat on the stage and in his married life , but malces a comeback after 20 years with the help of his daug hter. O'Brien , Young, Gardiner and Stone are all veterans of the Broadway stage. Big Screen Program At Patchog ue Theatre The Patchogue theatre has com- bined \Gulliver ' s Travels \ and \Svvanee River \ into one big show for this entire week , ending Satur- day. \Gulliver ' s Travels , \ full length fea- ture in technicolor , has been in pro- duction for more than two years and represents the continuous work of several hundred artists. It follows the adventures of an English seaman in the land of miniature people. The music of Stephen Foster will be reproduced in \Swa , nee River , \ with Don Ameche in the leading rol e , Andrea Leeds , Al Jolson and the Hall Johnson choir. Uncle Ab says that , opportunity ¦ is not tho only thing .that lies , about us. In Story of Broadway- Pat/ O'Brien and Qlympe Bradna are starred with Roland Young in \The Night of Nights , \ a stor y of the glittering life along Broadway, which will be shown at tli e Granada theatre , from today to Friday. Screen Attractions At Sayville Theatre \Barricade , a modern love story starring Alice Faye , Warner Baxter and Charles \Winninger , will be shown at the Sayville theatre Thursday, Fri- day and Saturday as part of. a double feature program. Charles Winninger portrays the - American con sul to whose compound came a little group of American and British refugees fleeing bandits. Amon g them are Alice Faye , a nightclub entertainer , and Warner Baxter , newspaper re- porter. Edith Fellows is featured in \Five Little Peppers , \ the co- feature. A warmly emotional comedy drama , \Mr. Smith Goes to Washing- ton , \ with James Stewart in the title role , will be sh own Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of next week. Jean Arthur plays Stewart ' s secretary when he is appointed to fill an un- expired term in the United States Senate. Others in the cast, are Ed- ward Arnold , Thomas Mitchell , Claude Ra ins and O HM Kihtx-e. 'I he story oi foura^'eous men and woirn'i ' i who believed that (lie -A tlantic could he conquered by a steamship, is told in \ Rulern of the Sen , \ with Douglas Fairbanks , Jr., and Margaret Lnekwood. which will be shown nex t Wednesday and Thursday. The voy- age of the Sirins , which started from London and put in at; Cork for pas- sengers and supplies and then pro- ceeded to New York , arriving there on the eve of St. George ' s dav , A pril 22 , 1 8'iK , after an 18-day trip, is vivHiy depicted. Will Fyft' e is also in the ca s t. Suspense and Comedy On-Pert Jeff. Screen The Port \ Jefferson theatre has scheduled for .tomorrow ' s program , the dramatic film , \Rio , \ starring Basil Rathbone , Victor McLaglen and Sigrid Gurie. The secon d feature will be \Law of the Pampas , \ -with V£il- fiam Boyd , Sidney Toler and Steffi Duna. . Bonita Granville comes to the screen Friday and Saturday in the fourth of the adventurous Nancy Drew mystery films , ' \Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase , \ with Famkie Thomas and John Litel. The new p icture features a somewhat more eerie ^ atmosphere , with a thrill- ing . escape fro m an underground tunnel providing the climax. The companion feature will be \Flight at Midnight , \ starring Phil Began as a mail pilot , €ol. Roscoe Turner , cast as himself , and Jean Parker. Scenes of the air races are • included in the film. Paul Muni plays a modern fictional character in his newest screen offer- ing, \We Are Not Alone , \ in which he is co-starred with Jane Bryan , playing Sunday, Monday and Tues- day. Muni is a smalltown English doctor , whose life develops a new pat- tern when he is. called to attend/ a little Austrian dancer , portrayed by Miss Bryan. Flora Robsorf is also in the cast. The film is taken from the novel by James Hilton , author of \Goodby Mr: Chips. \ : Comedian Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard are . ' cast in . th e . mystery- comedy, \Th e Cat and the Canary, \ which will be shown next \Wednesday and Thursday. Other p layers are John Beal , Douglas Montgomery and Gale Sondergaard. ¦ - -¦¦- i . - .- , ' ¦ '¦ .. _. JTW ^ HMHI \^i^s.^^\n.iW.f ^^sw^^^^^a^ I jr«^E!TW^iThf OP?!! T0DAY ONLY JAN. 10 i B ll^ lT* -a J&L Mr ? r JL **3« I Victor McLaglen IS. Rathbone 1§ p 3 ^^o«t5i^«»^ -^-X in \ R I Q \ & § THURS. - FRI. SAT. J AN. 11 - 12 - 13 tf D Alice Faye Warner Baxter A EDITH FELLOWS D E Cliarles Winninger L — in — E M \ BARRICADE \ o \Five Littl e Peppers \ J SUN M0N m TUES : J AN . 14 - 15 - 16 & L JAMES STEWART JEAN ARTHUR EDWARD ARNOLD % T — in — 2 g \MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON\ 5 A Claude Rains Guy Kibbee Thomas Mitchel $ g WEI). - THURS. JAN. 17-18 § 9 DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS , JR. 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