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Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start,

Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd. Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood. Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened. Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni. effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit. Apaii 'ffbffi the featured quartet (Cagney, Blondell^ Keeler ja,nd Pow ell do handily) there. Claire Dodd looks a cbmeir as a riifty chls eler; Porcasl's exhlb ro Ue Is the M.c Coy; Hugh Herbert reglsteris as an. Certifi- cates were ihcllhed to droop, bulk of dealings being at the lo 1%. m 27% 6% 14% 89% 19 30^ 25 30M 78^ 7 22 2M 9% 12% .6% 35 0^ 24% 58% 20% % 10% 8% Low^ % e% 1% 6% 46 12% 10% 8 8% 36 1% 13% % . Althottgh hofding on fairly well to the gains made during, the last few weeks, .films are making no ad- ditional advances this; week. Lbiils all will be in a little money, apparently, and even , the Grand Central may get by with second week of '"Torch Song." Estimates for . Oi With several holdovers listed and nothing very extraordinary iri the way of b. attractions, buslriess In the dowritowri picture houses Is apw kparently due for a moderate slo Wirig up this week, although, on the whole, average trade will be main* ts-ined.

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Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd.

Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood.

Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened.

Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni.

effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit.

,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r

Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd. Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood. Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened. Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni. effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit. Apaii 'ffbffi the featured quartet (Cagney, Blondell^ Keeler ja,nd Pow ell do handily) there. Claire Dodd looks a cbmeir as a riifty chls eler; Porcasl's exhlb ro Ue Is the M.c Coy; Hugh Herbert reglsteris as an. Certifi- cates were ihcllhed to droop, bulk of dealings being at the lo 1%. m 27% 6% 14% 89% 19 30^ 25 30M 78^ 7 22 2M 9% 12% .6% 35 0^ 24% 58% 20% % 10% 8% Low^ % e% 1% 6% 46 12% 10% 8 8% 36 1% 13% % . Althottgh hofding on fairly well to the gains made during, the last few weeks, .films are making no ad- ditional advances this; week. Lbiils all will be in a little money, apparently, and even , the Grand Central may get by with second week of '"Torch Song." Estimates for . Oi With several holdovers listed and nothing very extraordinary iri the way of b. attractions, buslriess In the dowritowri picture houses Is apw kparently due for a moderate slo Wirig up this week, although, on the whole, average trade will be main* ts-ined.

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Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd.

Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood.

Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened.

Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni.

effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit.

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Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd. Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood. Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened. Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni. effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit. Apaii 'ffbffi the featured quartet (Cagney, Blondell^ Keeler ja,nd Pow ell do handily) there. Claire Dodd looks a cbmeir as a riifty chls eler; Porcasl's exhlb ro Ue Is the M.c Coy; Hugh Herbert reglsteris as an. Certifi- cates were ihcllhed to droop, bulk of dealings being at the lo 1%. m 27% 6% 14% 89% 19 30^ 25 30M 78^ 7 22 2M 9% 12% .6% 35 0^ 24% 58% 20% % 10% 8% Low^ % e% 1% 6% 46 12% 10% 8 8% 36 1% 13% % . Althottgh hofding on fairly well to the gains made during, the last few weeks, .films are making no ad- ditional advances this; week. Lbiils all will be in a little money, apparently, and even , the Grand Central may get by with second week of '"Torch Song." Estimates for . Oi With several holdovers listed and nothing very extraordinary iri the way of b. attractions, buslriess In the dowritowri picture houses Is apw kparently due for a moderate slo Wirig up this week, although, on the whole, average trade will be main* ts-ined.

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Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd.

Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood.

Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened.

Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni.

effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit.

.65-.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At ,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), ,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-

Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd. Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood. Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened. Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni. effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit. Apaii 'ffbffi the featured quartet (Cagney, Blondell^ Keeler ja,nd Pow ell do handily) there. Claire Dodd looks a cbmeir as a riifty chls eler; Porcasl's exhlb ro Ue Is the M.c Coy; Hugh Herbert reglsteris as an. Certifi- cates were ihcllhed to droop, bulk of dealings being at the lo 1%. m 27% 6% 14% 89% 19 30^ 25 30M 78^ 7 22 2M 9% 12% .6% 35 0^ 24% 58% 20% % 10% 8% Low^ % e% 1% 6% 46 12% 10% 8 8% 36 1% 13% % . Althottgh hofding on fairly well to the gains made during, the last few weeks, .films are making no ad- ditional advances this; week. Lbiils all will be in a little money, apparently, and even , the Grand Central may get by with second week of '"Torch Song." Estimates for . Oi With several holdovers listed and nothing very extraordinary iri the way of b. attractions, buslriess In the dowritowri picture houses Is apw kparently due for a moderate slo Wirig up this week, although, on the whole, average trade will be main* ts-ined.

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Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd.

Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood.

Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened.

Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni.

effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit.

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Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd. Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood. Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened. Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni. effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit. Apaii 'ffbffi the featured quartet (Cagney, Blondell^ Keeler ja,nd Pow ell do handily) there. Claire Dodd looks a cbmeir as a riifty chls eler; Porcasl's exhlb ro Ue Is the M.c Coy; Hugh Herbert reglsteris as an. Certifi- cates were ihcllhed to droop, bulk of dealings being at the lo 1%. m 27% 6% 14% 89% 19 30^ 25 30M 78^ 7 22 2M 9% 12% .6% 35 0^ 24% 58% 20% % 10% 8% Low^ % e% 1% 6% 46 12% 10% 8 8% 36 1% 13% % . Althottgh hofding on fairly well to the gains made during, the last few weeks, .films are making no ad- ditional advances this; week. Lbiils all will be in a little money, apparently, and even , the Grand Central may get by with second week of '"Torch Song." Estimates for . Oi With several holdovers listed and nothing very extraordinary iri the way of b. attractions, buslriess In the dowritowri picture houses Is apw kparently due for a moderate slo Wirig up this week, although, on the whole, average trade will be main* ts-ined.

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Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd.

Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood.

Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened.

Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni.

effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit.

.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly ,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. ,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant 0; ,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound ,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd.

Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN ,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did ,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, ,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to ,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting ,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85-

Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd. Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood. Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened. Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni. effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit. Apaii 'ffbffi the featured quartet (Cagney, Blondell^ Keeler ja,nd Pow ell do handily) there. Claire Dodd looks a cbmeir as a riifty chls eler; Porcasl's exhlb ro Ue Is the M.c Coy; Hugh Herbert reglsteris as an. Certifi- cates were ihcllhed to droop, bulk of dealings being at the lo 1%. m 27% 6% 14% 89% 19 30^ 25 30M 78^ 7 22 2M 9% 12% .6% 35 0^ 24% 58% 20% % 10% 8% Low^ % e% 1% 6% 46 12% 10% 8 8% 36 1% 13% % . Althottgh hofding on fairly well to the gains made during, the last few weeks, .films are making no ad- ditional advances this; week. Lbiils all will be in a little money, apparently, and even , the Grand Central may get by with second week of '"Torch Song." Estimates for . Oi With several holdovers listed and nothing very extraordinary iri the way of b. attractions, buslriess In the dowritowri picture houses Is apw kparently due for a moderate slo Wirig up this week, although, on the whole, average trade will be main* ts-ined.

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Building up a new show ahead of it with some standard acts, it may break precedent and click. Building from a slim opening and with lots of coriipeflsh around town, will be held over. Last week 'Lady for a Day' (Col) was a wow after a stumbling start, $1,800. Stiiart (LTC) (1,900; 10-25-40)— 'Too Much Harmony' (Par). Estimates for This Week Paramount (4,000; 25-35-55-65), 'Big Executive' (Par) arid stage witlv George Olson's orch and. Fox (4,000; 25-35-50), 'FPl' (Fox) and stage show with Gertrude Nle-. Estimates for This Week Astor (1,012; 83r$1.10-$1.65-$2.20), 'Dinner at Eight' (MG)-t6th week). At $40,000, not big but okay, this house greatly makes up for the bad licking it took last week -at tiie hands of Aimee Semple Mac Pherson , • and on the screen, 'Solitaire Man' (MG), $17,000, a new low* Criterion (875; 40-83-$1.10r$1.66), 'S. Capitol is an Indie grind, but built up on Its vaude. extra .atten- tion last week with Weber Sisters, standard dance act, booked In while waiting to sail from this pert for Shanghai hite club engagement. .i Last week, 'Mid iilght Club' (Par), bnly $2,000, n.s.g. glng for: this bit of change bring Ing stagie show, for entire week. $2,300; .'Captured- (WB) scant $900; $3,200 ori week, fair. First of the 2oth Century product, shouldn't have ,any trouble hitting airound $14,500 while. Orpheum bids It 'second smash' hit of au- tumn season.' other having been "Lady for a Day.' Sinclair Lewis a former MInnesotan . Fame of novel and type of story bringing in heavy femi- nine business. Catae in Tuesday: (3) iiight op6hing for a ^brld premiere and understood- ttf-have- taken ^4,50ft, in the first evening. From some miscellaneous dips on strikes In the fjast, furrilshed by Par, Pathe moves into the prbgranl on the Ibca J New. For an .antt-cltma^; I open per usual and close per ditto,- when the cuftaihs open again for with a. It's adequately hooked up With a pia system, and well lighted, and there's ample rbom for the entertainers, to make their entrance .through, the stage curtain. , Those trip-hammers Roy Smeck has instead of the fingers of ordi- nary mortals rat-a-tat their rhyth- triic .messages on banjo, guitar, and u Tce: Tii. The deaf pair at a baseball gartie was neatly plalnted for the week's interest in the world series and a tenor stopge helped to. paired by ispl Ued salt, short further than that to sho.w why peor pie. May fair, RKO Very nutty, without isitnations '| but action noviel dnd.

Orpheum (Indie-TC) (1,300; 10- 15-26)^'Woman I Stole* (Col), and Tracy Brown's ork heldi oyer, on the stage. State (Indie-TC) (500; 10-15-25) T— 'Lady for a Day' (Col). Ot SEN $21,000, VAt LEE 125,000, LEAD B'KLYN Brooklyn, Oct, 2, Looks li the ' orchestra leaders have taken' over the downtown de- luxers, George Olsen's orch ' at the Paramount and Riidy Vallee' with hi.«i boys at the Loew's Metropoli- tan, Business fair at both houses. Laist ■\Yoek 'Too Mucli Harrriohy' (Par) did $30,300, good. Last week 'Secret of Blue Room' (U) and stage show, $12,000. The Loew vaude hoiise should come clo,se to $20,000. Its second week and retains Its strength, getting $7,900 on the first five da;ys of this (third) week, Hollywood (1*563; 25-35-55-75-85- $1.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at $9,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at $3,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood.

Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened.

Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni.

effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit.

.10), 'Wild Boys of Road' (WB) (2d . Ends Its second week at ,000 and goes out Wednesday afternoon, with 'I Loved a Woman' moving up from the Strand. 'One Man's Joiirney.' It's a case of lollo W the leader's p. Two vaude houses, Capitol and Liberty, getting ah extra slice of biz for their flesh shows pix. Roadshow well exploited and get-' ting wide attention. Music Box look- ing forward to Texas Guinan show opening next . Now plug- Piii Dy Holdovers Means Average Biz, 'Berkeley 12G, Good for 4 Wks. Among the deliixers, it's a toss-up between 'Bowery' at the Penri and 'Lady for a Day' at Stanley, with former havlrig a slight edge as a, rer siilt of cast names. much, but In this instance the lack of magnets matters little. Colman a favorite : with the feminine fans here, but at ,800 away under ex- pectations. Angel,' (Pair) which, will take the Ok-iental w a new high in both gross and at- t6hdahce. Oriental (B&K) (3,200; 30-40-60) Tm No Angel' (Par). Show here leads ofl E with ia Para- riiount special on the third game of the series, played Thursday (6) in Wajshlngton, and won by the. Second clip deals with America ii Cglon parade In Chicago^ also sup«( plied by Par, topped by the Presl^ dent's ' address before ^b veteran's convention and his visit to the Fair and Cenriak's grave. manager, rigged, up the Fox's hug;e rising stage, built a run- way around it, - and backed it up =-wlth=neat-scenlo-embelllshnientsr=-It' looks like a stage, and is about 30 feet: nearer to the custoniers. That *Go ahead, Charlie' is funny, but a lot of the other talk isn't; . Bight now she shines brightest when the songs are cut to measure and does but sorsp with some of the other" kind of. overly-elaborate orchestratiori is a distraction from the artist. blonde crooneress' hfiis gone far already and the Increasei in poise and confidence is refiected in her delivery. Am Png the latter are a blackout travesty bit .'with Miss Lpckwpod rinaking a capi- tal- Mae "West Lnpersonatlon to Doug's not so fine,., but still strong- arrii 'Wallace Beery. Moder- ately amusing, '.travesty short will serve bkay to dress bills in aver- age houses, , 'Moonshinier's, Daughter,' or; as the ' companion . title appears lln credits, 'Abroad in Old Kentucky,' is one of the .■prbductidns mtide in cooperation with th^e Masq LU6rs Club, 'Hollywood.

Has a^ SPO* -t P m^^ mechanically designed for down the line andjceeps 'em guess- ^j^^^j.^ high Ught but it also smacks Ing with the card and cigw^t ^ spontaneity and regardless of the inanlpulation. ' This 6,000-seater Big Bertha was built and opened.

Second Installment only in at Saturday and Sunday matinees this week. Off to a better start than either of last two Arliss pictures here and both of those did nicely. Birthday celebration and extra exploitation a help. Estimates for This week State (Puhlixy (2,200; 40) 'Night Flight'. Sextette of stellar names enough to put this, one over. The impres* I sioh is accordingly highly effective, Pasqualls are acrobats of above To^tum; thr^e tfrnel, ha Tthrw 8 iin PA Aiid ia iust around to fill up ha Uroom team, should go places, bi Sg s Jail Si Ve a^^^^^ and diflerentv Girl ha^ it errappfttllv \^^^ baupoup Charm and class-r-a Charles Kinr is out there working, sort- of coel, Jladge^E^^^^^ \^^l^L even (Joing an assistant's bit In the a M^-rand^th^^^^ i«i^^«,™w rhl Sf\ ho^^ balhroom exhibitionism but TJ? t"wt n Sers,t^^^ a class one straight specialty ttumhw ^ i^^^ His routine Cardlni.

effeminate mentor, and Firank Mc Hugh gets a lot out of an exas perated dance director. Nothing has been made public a.s to details In the handling of the company's two bonds, but they did very well in their group; the older 6's moving up 3 net to 34 (top for the year Is 35). Bonds themselyieis, with proof filed, gave a premium to the older stock, while the reverse was true 6f the certiflcates of de- posit.

It may turn out that a six-mlhute cartocw ■virlll carry a box office. Denvers Stage Shows Draws Em From Out-State Denver, Oct. bhly houses., reporting, holdouts current week are those with stage shows. gagement ,in -a bi way, including lobby of the Pai%. Based on performaricc of the U musical, current, house should be in the neighborhood of ,000, good. Last week's attraction, • 'Shanghai Mad- ness' (Fox) proved a bet, ,700. Last week Ladies Must Love* (U) about the Fulton (Shea-Hyde) (1,760; 16-25- 40)— 'Hier Bodyguard* (Par). Beauts Check h Eight of the Par 'Search for Beauty' contest winners, Oomlng from foreign lands where picked, arrived In New York Thursday (5) on the S. The Fox, bri the Other hand, only got ,000 as against the ,000 or. 'My Weakness' was the picture and James Melton headliner. Adiapted by l^auj' Green from 'The I^ast Adtim' by . Roosevelt (B&K) (1.500; 25-3i) •Turn Back the Clock' (MG) and heavy billing, for 'Three Little Pigj" cartoon. Last week 'Shang- hai Madness' (Fox) got -along okay, ,106. State- Lake (Jones) (2.700; 20-40) •Eig IJrain' (RKO) ami vaude. Whether the settlement of the labor trouble Is helping the Or- pheum of not cannot be deter- mined but Orpheurii seemd headed for the best week In months. Denham (Hellhorn) (1,500; 26- 30-40), 'This Day and Age' (Par) and stage show. six-day week In order to get back to a Wednesday opening.. Bull' (Fox) finished with ,000, par for tbls deluxer* Rogers pulled all his fans- with maybe a few others. Von B way, but Hock of New %s Due; Tkkers ,000; Cairs Ideal box office weatlier, benefits accruing from end of daylight saving arid good biisiness Saturday despite the . Kippur combine to keep ; Broadway theatre managers in good hunior this week. holiday Saturdiay (30) would injure business, with trade during tlie day fair and at night big, these fears were 'erroneous. fine draw hero and will get about ,- 000 on the holdover, after a sniash first.. Newman (Par) (1.800; 25-40)—: 'Too Much Harmony' (Par)., The school bunch -went for* thi.s one .strong from the start and the final count should be near

It may turn out that a six-mlhute cartocw ■virlll carry a box office. Denvers Stage Shows Draws Em From Out-State Denver, Oct. bhly houses., reporting, holdouts current week are those with stage shows. gagement ,in -a bi way, including lobby of the Pai%. Based on performaricc of the U musical, current, house should be in the neighborhood of $15,000, good. Last week's attraction, • 'Shanghai Mad- ness' (Fox) proved a bet, $24,700. Last week Ladies Must Love* (U) about the Fulton (Shea-Hyde) (1,760; 16-25- 40)— 'Hier Bodyguard* (Par). Beauts Check h Eight of the Par 'Search for Beauty' contest winners, Oomlng from foreign lands where picked, arrived In New York Thursday (5) on the S. The Fox, bri the Other hand, only got $17,000 as against the $18,000 or. 'My Weakness' was the picture and James Melton headliner. Adiapted by l^auj' Green from 'The I^ast Adtim' by .

Roosevelt (B&K) (1.500; 25-3i) •Turn Back the Clock' (MG) and heavy billing, for 'Three Little Pigj" cartoon. Last week 'Shang- hai Madness' (Fox) got -along okay, $10,106. State- Lake (Jones) (2.700; 20-40) •Eig IJrain' (RKO) ami vaude. Whether the settlement of the labor trouble Is helping the Or- pheum of not cannot be deter- mined but Orpheurii seemd headed for the best week In months. Denham (Hellhorn) (1,500; 26- 30-40), 'This Day and Age' (Par) and stage show. six-day week In order to get back to a Wednesday opening.. Bull' (Fox) finished with $6,000, par for tbls deluxer* Rogers pulled all his fans- with maybe a few others. Von B way, but Hock of New %s Due; Tkkers $88,000; Cairs Ideal box office weatlier, benefits accruing from end of daylight saving arid good biisiness Saturday despite the . Kippur combine to keep ; Broadway theatre managers in good hunior this week. holiday Saturdiay (30) would injure business, with trade during tlie day fair and at night big, these fears were 'erroneous. fine draw hero and will get about $38,- 000 on the holdover, after a sniash first.. Newman (Par) (1.800; 25-40)—: 'Too Much Harmony' (Par)., The school bunch -went for* thi.s one .strong from the start and the final count should be near $1(5,000, blg.ye^age will^ ynde^ I a iot: V$19,500, which was some better that established three or ago when the town- went oh a film epree. Alice Brady still' Isn't a marquee draw, and this.. Some time required, however, before a definite trend Is indicated. Allport from Ireland; ay,' which is now in Its second week for a possible ? Warners Powiitown came In ^for a $13,000 on the first week of pop riin of 'Gold . Held In for sec- ond week, and mariagement claimed business well over estimation. Earle (2,000; 40-55-65)— 'Solitaire Man' (MG) and vaude. Last week, 'Masquerader* (UA), also secorid run, a hearty $4.- 200. Be- tween $11,000 and $12,000 estimated for week, which began last Thurs- day. "This bhie has offscreen music especially written for it, as did 'Three Wttle Pigs,' but: except for technical skill Is leagues behind; Tigs' and several others of recent release.

However, out of the 600,000 expected visitors a por- tion should trickle into the th6-, atres. Estimaites' for This Week Chicago at the $23,000 rung. 'Lady for Day' (Col) drew rave anil smash business to touch $28,700. Tabor had hold-, outs Saturday night and Orpheum Saturday and Sunday nights. Silly Rand eorries in Friday (6) on a personal ' with 'Torch Singer' ' on the screen; Jack Mclnemey and . Will beat previous week by a few dollars on a-chanee to. -'My Weak- ness' (Fox) surprised by reaching $84,000. Getting the pictures, it looks ■ like another big week f Or this house or a chance for $20,000. Hav- ing big enough draft a^ $23,000 on the holdover to merit a shift to the Hollywood toriiorrow afternoon (Wednesday), that WB may bring ._=Opc^^ well but skidded after Sunday to a light $8,700. Fox (3,000; 36r B5-76) 'My Weak- ness* (Fox) and Stage show. Plenty of plug- ging; between $18,000 and $19,000 Indicated, which is about what house has been averaging; Last week, 'Power and the Glory' (Fox) and stage show, just missed $18,000, ' olc3 qheriader* (UA). Penn (Loe W's-UA) (3,300; .25-35- 50)— 'Stag-e Mother* (MG). Opening, week of vaudefilm policy creating, some Interest, natu- rally, and should better an even break at, $4,500. Blumen- thal, George Gordon Battle, Conde Nast, Irvln S. They are Nita Harvey and Sidney Towlspn' fromi England; 'Loretta Walker and George H. The Karlton got a Strong $4;200 for a secondrrun showing of 'The Mas- querader,' and the little Arcadia did a swell $2,850 with a second run of "Tugboat Arinie.' Estimates, for This Week Aldine (1,200; 40-50-66) —- 'Em- peror Johes' (U). Should get $10,600 or $11,000 in view of last week's strong- $14,500. Back to second runs after, a local premiere; $5,500 fore- cast.^ Last week, ^Tarzari' (Prin). ' Locust (1,800; 65-75-$1.10)— 'Ber- keley Square' (Fox). good mdicatlons for real profit if run isn't extended too long. Dis- ney in his colored i Silly Symphonys, backgrounded In well-knowii : nur- sery rhymes arid fairly, tales.

, Lyric (Publlx) (1,300; 25)— 'Turn Back the Clock* (MGM). No idea as to how long remaining nor Avhat picture will. Estimates for This Week Davis (WB) (1,700; 25-30-40)— 'Di Bl Uge' (RKO). It's a cleianup for the Indiana and the Circle this week with Billy Rose's 'Crazy Quilt* sending the former*s gross for a sky ride while the Crosby- Oakle combo In 'Top Much Harmony' at the latter the- atre Is. Splurging In Its advertising expenditure and run picture policy^ reported $5,000 promisingly but soon develops Into clinging faithfully to all Ned. Last -^jeek, 'Bitter Sweet' (UA), poor at $4,800 In just short of six days; no chance to hold over. Both pictures were given sizzling advance campaigns, with COluriibla exchange going overboard on. film that's even touched it as a grosser In some time. 64) 'Vickers $9,000 in Minneapolis Good; Well Sold, 'Flighf Gets Big $11,500 Minrieapolls, Oct. The strongest array of attrac- tions In many moons plus high- pressure exploitation Is proving a powerful' boz TOf Bce stimulant. ' Balance of the reel material .1A'olli9 ipn a tour that' started' In Cleveland five weeks | ago.^^ impossible to get the produc • tion hung op scheduled time; .fprdni T tho house to spot a two-feel comedv fl JJer. snappy stage show this week to round out the 90 thinutes 'Night Flight' (Metro) on: screen At p)9^ce, plus, the mar-r quee araft of the muitlpillcity or star I ndjnes in .th6 feature fll Di, show I may hold over a siecond week Al Trahan with . Took the old and the versatilel Chester Hale Glf Is dummy femme dance partner gagj (24) comprise the show which plays and buill it up into a Adagio routirte smoothly and punohily. Sn^ith and' Diale have three I formttlity of radio Irish tenors, reels spots' through the show. Fritz and Jean Hubert bre^k right in with their drunken dance routine, disbursing the line nicely. Now the setup is one Indie pic ture, and: Ettage ' sho-w, the Show be ing Ted . tights, all supplying a variety pf incident that kept the crowd ariiused, no matter -what you think of its . spot neatly , with hokum artd .straight music judici- ously nilxed. Opens in a speak with a couple liiuggs talking; about superstitiorisi IJlih cuttiriff to tenturies back pne bej Blns ^^xpiainirig qrigi . It may or not be .authentic but - teresting anyway,, as; a J3aby}orilah merche^nt prince terminates ^ his friendship with a, trader because latter spilled some precious' salt in his presence, thus' dlsti-e^sing the gods.

Howiever, It's been long since a holdover stage show was e-ver at- tempted. Continuing to do nicely, getting just under $20,000 last week. Estimates for This Week Broadway (Parker cently taken oyer by Harris Inter- ests, being readied for ah opening in few weeks as a first-run site, with stage shows an outside possibility. Curreritly, 'The Masquerader' and 'Man Who Dared' look better, Estimates for This Week, iisio Box (Hamrlck) (1,400; 26 36) 'The Masquerader' (UA) 'Man Who Dared' (Fox) silit. Boxy (Jiv H) (1,300; 25-35) •Broadniriay to Hollywood' (MG) 'Another Langua.ge' (MG) split Anticipates . Last week 'Turn Back the Clock' (MG) fair for $3,400. Mouse (Hamrlck) (650; 15 25) 'Oiir Best Enemies' (Fox) 'Shanghai Madness' (Fox) split Looks average at $800. 'Lady' won't too much around that, In the neighborhood of 1113,600. Business built strongly,, particularly, oii^ reviews, which stressed the. Xork, miayoraliyf campaign, 'with addresseis by hot W i AGUardia and Mc Kee: Emb has the La Guardia spiel, but rev^al^ nothing on Mc Kee at all, thougbi- something On latter should have been available. uhbiiied J Yukon& Cameron, John- Fogarty, for-a~c«miedy-knockab6ut turn that's Pasqualli Bros— Enrica, and N0V6II0 a laugh detonator. inidsection interlude, ^giving the bow the dummy hia.s peen re- [the show numbers color and not a placed by a live femme who gets up ] little s.ai, especially that . floor and ankles ofi C» which -looks the Cap is- recogizing Smith and Dale handle the only Sally (Fan Dancer) Band's pireserice coniedy in the show a;s arranged by at £he competitive Earamiount do Wn Bose and thb^e Slate boy1a add a the streets ■ . touch that will likely be missed John Fogarty In gmooth, easy when the unit movies on: alone next 1 styles sans the usual ' stiff ness and week. Sk ^rk fbr weeklv chap with a pleasant person ^^f SL^nii S^nf A«i^? He doesn't tell bad jokes (or "S^.^^K^l T'b JSSu.la W. No' name strength biit s Ufflcieht entertain- ment to please.' And- well staged; too, except for one flaw, a matter of JUdgmenl, as to the flnish. Twenty-four kids, working in front of the 16 bands men, and most of them seemed pretty cute. keep things moving, not to speak of a dancing boy arid, the fat womari in. Demarest and -Olive Sibley, latter the latest of the piano comic numerous' partners, held down the riext^to-cloising. toss a bit of the thusly-spi Ued salt over th^ left shoulder.

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It may turn out that a six-mlhute cartocw ■virlll carry a box office. Denvers Stage Shows Draws Em From Out-State Denver, Oct. bhly houses., reporting, holdouts current week are those with stage shows. gagement ,in -a bi way, including lobby of the Pai%. Based on performaricc of the U musical, current, house should be in the neighborhood of $15,000, good. Last week's attraction, • 'Shanghai Mad- ness' (Fox) proved a bet, $24,700. Last week Ladies Must Love* (U) about the Fulton (Shea-Hyde) (1,760; 16-25- 40)— 'Hier Bodyguard* (Par). Beauts Check h Eight of the Par 'Search for Beauty' contest winners, Oomlng from foreign lands where picked, arrived In New York Thursday (5) on the S. The Fox, bri the Other hand, only got $17,000 as against the $18,000 or. 'My Weakness' was the picture and James Melton headliner. Adiapted by l^auj' Green from 'The I^ast Adtim' by . Roosevelt (B&K) (1.500; 25-3i) •Turn Back the Clock' (MG) and heavy billing, for 'Three Little Pigj" cartoon. Last week 'Shang- hai Madness' (Fox) got -along okay, $10,106. State- Lake (Jones) (2.700; 20-40) •Eig IJrain' (RKO) ami vaude. Whether the settlement of the labor trouble Is helping the Or- pheum of not cannot be deter- mined but Orpheurii seemd headed for the best week In months. Denham (Hellhorn) (1,500; 26- 30-40), 'This Day and Age' (Par) and stage show. six-day week In order to get back to a Wednesday opening.. Bull' (Fox) finished with $6,000, par for tbls deluxer* Rogers pulled all his fans- with maybe a few others. Von B way, but Hock of New %s Due; Tkkers $88,000; Cairs Ideal box office weatlier, benefits accruing from end of daylight saving arid good biisiness Saturday despite the . Kippur combine to keep ; Broadway theatre managers in good hunior this week. holiday Saturdiay (30) would injure business, with trade during tlie day fair and at night big, these fears were 'erroneous. fine draw hero and will get about $38,- 000 on the holdover, after a sniash first.. Newman (Par) (1.800; 25-40)—: 'Too Much Harmony' (Par)., The school bunch -went for* thi.s one .strong from the start and the final count should be near $1(5,000, blg.ye^age will^ ynde^ I a iot: V$19,500, which was some better that established three or ago when the town- went oh a film epree. Alice Brady still' Isn't a marquee draw, and this.. Some time required, however, before a definite trend Is indicated. Allport from Ireland; ay,' which is now in Its second week for a possible ? Warners Powiitown came In ^for a $13,000 on the first week of pop riin of 'Gold . Held In for sec- ond week, and mariagement claimed business well over estimation. Earle (2,000; 40-55-65)— 'Solitaire Man' (MG) and vaude. Last week, 'Masquerader* (UA), also secorid run, a hearty $4.- 200. Be- tween $11,000 and $12,000 estimated for week, which began last Thurs- day. "This bhie has offscreen music especially written for it, as did 'Three Wttle Pigs,' but: except for technical skill Is leagues behind; Tigs' and several others of recent release. However, out of the 600,000 expected visitors a por- tion should trickle into the th6-, atres. Estimaites' for This Week Chicago at the $23,000 rung. 'Lady for Day' (Col) drew rave anil smash business to touch $28,700. Tabor had hold-, outs Saturday night and Orpheum Saturday and Sunday nights. Silly Rand eorries in Friday (6) on a personal ' with 'Torch Singer' ' on the screen; Jack Mclnemey and . Will beat previous week by a few dollars on a-chanee to. -'My Weak- ness' (Fox) surprised by reaching $84,000. Getting the pictures, it looks ■ like another big week f Or this house or a chance for $20,000. Hav- ing big enough draft a^ $23,000 on the holdover to merit a shift to the Hollywood toriiorrow afternoon (Wednesday), that WB may bring ._=Opc^^ well but skidded after Sunday to a light $8,700. Fox (3,000; 36r B5-76) 'My Weak- ness* (Fox) and Stage show. Plenty of plug- ging; between $18,000 and $19,000 Indicated, which is about what house has been averaging; Last week, 'Power and the Glory' (Fox) and stage show, just missed $18,000, ' olc3 qheriader* (UA). Penn (Loe W's-UA) (3,300; .25-35- 50)— 'Stag-e Mother* (MG). Opening, week of vaudefilm policy creating, some Interest, natu- rally, and should better an even break at, $4,500. Blumen- thal, George Gordon Battle, Conde Nast, Irvln S. They are Nita Harvey and Sidney Towlspn' fromi England; 'Loretta Walker and George H. The Karlton got a Strong $4;200 for a secondrrun showing of 'The Mas- querader,' and the little Arcadia did a swell $2,850 with a second run of "Tugboat Arinie.' Estimates, for This Week Aldine (1,200; 40-50-66) —- 'Em- peror Johes' (U). Should get $10,600 or $11,000 in view of last week's strong- $14,500. Back to second runs after, a local premiere; $5,500 fore- cast.^ Last week, ^Tarzari' (Prin). ' Locust (1,800; 65-75-$1.10)— 'Ber- keley Square' (Fox). good mdicatlons for real profit if run isn't extended too long. Dis- ney in his colored i Silly Symphonys, backgrounded In well-knowii : nur- sery rhymes arid fairly, tales. , Lyric (Publlx) (1,300; 25)— 'Turn Back the Clock* (MGM). No idea as to how long remaining nor Avhat picture will. Estimates for This Week Davis (WB) (1,700; 25-30-40)— 'Di Bl Uge' (RKO). It's a cleianup for the Indiana and the Circle this week with Billy Rose's 'Crazy Quilt* sending the former*s gross for a sky ride while the Crosby- Oakle combo In 'Top Much Harmony' at the latter the- atre Is. Splurging In Its advertising expenditure and run picture policy^ reported $5,000 promisingly but soon develops Into clinging faithfully to all Ned. Last -^jeek, 'Bitter Sweet' (UA), poor at $4,800 In just short of six days; no chance to hold over. Both pictures were given sizzling advance campaigns, with COluriibla exchange going overboard on. film that's even touched it as a grosser In some time. 64) 'Vickers $9,000 in Minneapolis Good; Well Sold, 'Flighf Gets Big $11,500 Minrieapolls, Oct. The strongest array of attrac- tions In many moons plus high- pressure exploitation Is proving a powerful' boz TOf Bce stimulant. ' Balance of the reel material .1A'olli9 ipn a tour that' started' In Cleveland five weeks | ago.^^ impossible to get the produc • tion hung op scheduled time; .fprdni T tho house to spot a two-feel comedv fl JJer. snappy stage show this week to round out the 90 thinutes 'Night Flight' (Metro) on: screen At p)9^ce, plus, the mar-r quee araft of the muitlpillcity or star I ndjnes in .th6 feature fll Di, show I may hold over a siecond week Al Trahan with . Took the old and the versatilel Chester Hale Glf Is dummy femme dance partner gagj (24) comprise the show which plays and buill it up into a Adagio routirte smoothly and punohily. Sn^ith and' Diale have three I formttlity of radio Irish tenors, reels spots' through the show. Fritz and Jean Hubert bre^k right in with their drunken dance routine, disbursing the line nicely. Now the setup is one Indie pic ture, and: Ettage ' sho-w, the Show be ing Ted . tights, all supplying a variety pf incident that kept the crowd ariiused, no matter -what you think of its . spot neatly , with hokum artd .straight music judici- ously nilxed. Opens in a speak with a couple liiuggs talking; about superstitiorisi IJlih cuttiriff to tenturies back pne bej Blns ^^xpiainirig qrigi . It may or not be .authentic but - teresting anyway,, as; a J3aby}orilah merche^nt prince terminates ^ his friendship with a, trader because latter spilled some precious' salt in his presence, thus' dlsti-e^sing the gods. Howiever, It's been long since a holdover stage show was e-ver at- tempted. Continuing to do nicely, getting just under $20,000 last week. Estimates for This Week Broadway (Parker cently taken oyer by Harris Inter- ests, being readied for ah opening in few weeks as a first-run site, with stage shows an outside possibility. Curreritly, 'The Masquerader' and 'Man Who Dared' look better, Estimates for This Week, iisio Box (Hamrlck) (1,400; 26 36) 'The Masquerader' (UA) 'Man Who Dared' (Fox) silit. Boxy (Jiv H) (1,300; 25-35) •Broadniriay to Hollywood' (MG) 'Another Langua.ge' (MG) split Anticipates . Last week 'Turn Back the Clock' (MG) fair for $3,400. Mouse (Hamrlck) (650; 15 25) 'Oiir Best Enemies' (Fox) 'Shanghai Madness' (Fox) split Looks average at $800. 'Lady' won't too much around that, In the neighborhood of 1113,600. Business built strongly,, particularly, oii^ reviews, which stressed the. Xork, miayoraliyf campaign, 'with addresseis by hot W i AGUardia and Mc Kee: Emb has the La Guardia spiel, but rev^al^ nothing on Mc Kee at all, thougbi- something On latter should have been available. uhbiiied J Yukon& Cameron, John- Fogarty, for-a~c«miedy-knockab6ut turn that's Pasqualli Bros— Enrica, and N0V6II0 a laugh detonator. inidsection interlude, ^giving the bow the dummy hia.s peen re- [the show numbers color and not a placed by a live femme who gets up ] little s.ai, especially that . floor and ankles ofi C» which -looks the Cap is- recogizing Smith and Dale handle the only Sally (Fan Dancer) Band's pireserice coniedy in the show a;s arranged by at £he competitive Earamiount do Wn Bose and thb^e Slate boy1a add a the streets ■ . touch that will likely be missed John Fogarty In gmooth, easy when the unit movies on: alone next 1 styles sans the usual ' stiff ness and week. Sk ^rk fbr weeklv chap with a pleasant person ^^f SL^nii S^nf A«i^? He doesn't tell bad jokes (or "S^.^^K^l T'b JSSu.la W. No' name strength biit s Ufflcieht entertain- ment to please.' And- well staged; too, except for one flaw, a matter of JUdgmenl, as to the flnish. Twenty-four kids, working in front of the 16 bands men, and most of them seemed pretty cute. keep things moving, not to speak of a dancing boy arid, the fat womari in. Demarest and -Olive Sibley, latter the latest of the piano comic numerous' partners, held down the riext^to-cloising. toss a bit of the thusly-spi Ued salt over th^ left shoulder.

(5,000, blg.ye^age will^ ynde^ I a iot: V,500, which was some better that established three or ago when the town- went oh a film epree. Alice Brady still' Isn't a marquee draw, and this.. Some time required, however, before a definite trend Is indicated. Allport from Ireland; ay,' which is now in Its second week for a possible ? Warners Powiitown came In ^for a ,000 on the first week of pop riin of 'Gold . Held In for sec- ond week, and mariagement claimed business well over estimation. Earle (2,000; 40-55-65)— 'Solitaire Man' (MG) and vaude. Last week, 'Masquerader* (UA), also secorid run, a hearty .- 200. Be- tween ,000 and ,000 estimated for week, which began last Thurs- day. "This bhie has offscreen music especially written for it, as did 'Three Wttle Pigs,' but: except for technical skill Is leagues behind; Tigs' and several others of recent release. However, out of the 600,000 expected visitors a por- tion should trickle into the th6-, atres. Estimaites' for This Week Chicago at the ,000 rung. 'Lady for Day' (Col) drew rave anil smash business to touch ,700. Tabor had hold-, outs Saturday night and Orpheum Saturday and Sunday nights. Silly Rand eorries in Friday (6) on a personal ' with 'Torch Singer' ' on the screen; Jack Mclnemey and . Will beat previous week by a few dollars on a-chanee to. -'My Weak- ness' (Fox) surprised by reaching ,000. Getting the pictures, it looks ■ like another big week f Or this house or a chance for ,000. Hav- ing big enough draft a^ ,000 on the holdover to merit a shift to the Hollywood toriiorrow afternoon (Wednesday), that WB may bring ._=Opc^^ well but skidded after Sunday to a light ,700. Fox (3,000; 36r B5-76) 'My Weak- ness* (Fox) and Stage show. Plenty of plug- ging; between ,000 and ,000 Indicated, which is about what house has been averaging; Last week, 'Power and the Glory' (Fox) and stage show, just missed ,000, ' olc3 qheriader* (UA). Penn (Loe W's-UA) (3,300; .25-35- 50)— 'Stag-e Mother* (MG). Opening, week of vaudefilm policy creating, some Interest, natu- rally, and should better an even break at, ,500. Blumen- thal, George Gordon Battle, Conde Nast, Irvln S. They are Nita Harvey and Sidney Towlspn' fromi England; 'Loretta Walker and George H. The Karlton got a Strong ;200 for a secondrrun showing of 'The Mas- querader,' and the little Arcadia did a swell ,850 with a second run of "Tugboat Arinie.' Estimates, for This Week Aldine (1,200; 40-50-66) —- 'Em- peror Johes' (U). Should get ,600 or ,000 in view of last week's strong- ,500. Back to second runs after, a local premiere; ,500 fore- cast.^ Last week, ^Tarzari' (Prin). ' Locust (1,800; 65-75-

It may turn out that a six-mlhute cartocw ■virlll carry a box office. Denvers Stage Shows Draws Em From Out-State Denver, Oct. bhly houses., reporting, holdouts current week are those with stage shows. gagement ,in -a bi way, including lobby of the Pai%. Based on performaricc of the U musical, current, house should be in the neighborhood of $15,000, good. Last week's attraction, • 'Shanghai Mad- ness' (Fox) proved a bet, $24,700. Last week Ladies Must Love* (U) about the Fulton (Shea-Hyde) (1,760; 16-25- 40)— 'Hier Bodyguard* (Par). Beauts Check h Eight of the Par 'Search for Beauty' contest winners, Oomlng from foreign lands where picked, arrived In New York Thursday (5) on the S. The Fox, bri the Other hand, only got $17,000 as against the $18,000 or. 'My Weakness' was the picture and James Melton headliner. Adiapted by l^auj' Green from 'The I^ast Adtim' by .

Roosevelt (B&K) (1.500; 25-3i) •Turn Back the Clock' (MG) and heavy billing, for 'Three Little Pigj" cartoon. Last week 'Shang- hai Madness' (Fox) got -along okay, $10,106. State- Lake (Jones) (2.700; 20-40) •Eig IJrain' (RKO) ami vaude. Whether the settlement of the labor trouble Is helping the Or- pheum of not cannot be deter- mined but Orpheurii seemd headed for the best week In months. Denham (Hellhorn) (1,500; 26- 30-40), 'This Day and Age' (Par) and stage show. six-day week In order to get back to a Wednesday opening.. Bull' (Fox) finished with $6,000, par for tbls deluxer* Rogers pulled all his fans- with maybe a few others. Von B way, but Hock of New %s Due; Tkkers $88,000; Cairs Ideal box office weatlier, benefits accruing from end of daylight saving arid good biisiness Saturday despite the . Kippur combine to keep ; Broadway theatre managers in good hunior this week. holiday Saturdiay (30) would injure business, with trade during tlie day fair and at night big, these fears were 'erroneous. fine draw hero and will get about $38,- 000 on the holdover, after a sniash first.. Newman (Par) (1.800; 25-40)—: 'Too Much Harmony' (Par)., The school bunch -went for* thi.s one .strong from the start and the final count should be near $1(5,000, blg.ye^age will^ ynde^ I a iot: V$19,500, which was some better that established three or ago when the town- went oh a film epree. Alice Brady still' Isn't a marquee draw, and this.. Some time required, however, before a definite trend Is indicated. Allport from Ireland; ay,' which is now in Its second week for a possible ? Warners Powiitown came In ^for a $13,000 on the first week of pop riin of 'Gold . Held In for sec- ond week, and mariagement claimed business well over estimation. Earle (2,000; 40-55-65)— 'Solitaire Man' (MG) and vaude. Last week, 'Masquerader* (UA), also secorid run, a hearty $4.- 200. Be- tween $11,000 and $12,000 estimated for week, which began last Thurs- day. "This bhie has offscreen music especially written for it, as did 'Three Wttle Pigs,' but: except for technical skill Is leagues behind; Tigs' and several others of recent release.

However, out of the 600,000 expected visitors a por- tion should trickle into the th6-, atres. Estimaites' for This Week Chicago at the $23,000 rung. 'Lady for Day' (Col) drew rave anil smash business to touch $28,700. Tabor had hold-, outs Saturday night and Orpheum Saturday and Sunday nights. Silly Rand eorries in Friday (6) on a personal ' with 'Torch Singer' ' on the screen; Jack Mclnemey and . Will beat previous week by a few dollars on a-chanee to. -'My Weak- ness' (Fox) surprised by reaching $84,000. Getting the pictures, it looks ■ like another big week f Or this house or a chance for $20,000. Hav- ing big enough draft a^ $23,000 on the holdover to merit a shift to the Hollywood toriiorrow afternoon (Wednesday), that WB may bring ._=Opc^^ well but skidded after Sunday to a light $8,700. Fox (3,000; 36r B5-76) 'My Weak- ness* (Fox) and Stage show. Plenty of plug- ging; between $18,000 and $19,000 Indicated, which is about what house has been averaging; Last week, 'Power and the Glory' (Fox) and stage show, just missed $18,000, ' olc3 qheriader* (UA). Penn (Loe W's-UA) (3,300; .25-35- 50)— 'Stag-e Mother* (MG). Opening, week of vaudefilm policy creating, some Interest, natu- rally, and should better an even break at, $4,500. Blumen- thal, George Gordon Battle, Conde Nast, Irvln S. They are Nita Harvey and Sidney Towlspn' fromi England; 'Loretta Walker and George H. The Karlton got a Strong $4;200 for a secondrrun showing of 'The Mas- querader,' and the little Arcadia did a swell $2,850 with a second run of "Tugboat Arinie.' Estimates, for This Week Aldine (1,200; 40-50-66) —- 'Em- peror Johes' (U). Should get $10,600 or $11,000 in view of last week's strong- $14,500. Back to second runs after, a local premiere; $5,500 fore- cast.^ Last week, ^Tarzari' (Prin). ' Locust (1,800; 65-75-$1.10)— 'Ber- keley Square' (Fox). good mdicatlons for real profit if run isn't extended too long. Dis- ney in his colored i Silly Symphonys, backgrounded In well-knowii : nur- sery rhymes arid fairly, tales.

, Lyric (Publlx) (1,300; 25)— 'Turn Back the Clock* (MGM). No idea as to how long remaining nor Avhat picture will. Estimates for This Week Davis (WB) (1,700; 25-30-40)— 'Di Bl Uge' (RKO). It's a cleianup for the Indiana and the Circle this week with Billy Rose's 'Crazy Quilt* sending the former*s gross for a sky ride while the Crosby- Oakle combo In 'Top Much Harmony' at the latter the- atre Is. Splurging In Its advertising expenditure and run picture policy^ reported $5,000 promisingly but soon develops Into clinging faithfully to all Ned. Last -^jeek, 'Bitter Sweet' (UA), poor at $4,800 In just short of six days; no chance to hold over. Both pictures were given sizzling advance campaigns, with COluriibla exchange going overboard on. film that's even touched it as a grosser In some time. 64) 'Vickers $9,000 in Minneapolis Good; Well Sold, 'Flighf Gets Big $11,500 Minrieapolls, Oct. The strongest array of attrac- tions In many moons plus high- pressure exploitation Is proving a powerful' boz TOf Bce stimulant. ' Balance of the reel material .1A'olli9 ipn a tour that' started' In Cleveland five weeks | ago.^^ impossible to get the produc • tion hung op scheduled time; .fprdni T tho house to spot a two-feel comedv fl JJer. snappy stage show this week to round out the 90 thinutes 'Night Flight' (Metro) on: screen At p)9^ce, plus, the mar-r quee araft of the muitlpillcity or star I ndjnes in .th6 feature fll Di, show I may hold over a siecond week Al Trahan with . Took the old and the versatilel Chester Hale Glf Is dummy femme dance partner gagj (24) comprise the show which plays and buill it up into a Adagio routirte smoothly and punohily. Sn^ith and' Diale have three I formttlity of radio Irish tenors, reels spots' through the show. Fritz and Jean Hubert bre^k right in with their drunken dance routine, disbursing the line nicely. Now the setup is one Indie pic ture, and: Ettage ' sho-w, the Show be ing Ted . tights, all supplying a variety pf incident that kept the crowd ariiused, no matter -what you think of its . spot neatly , with hokum artd .straight music judici- ously nilxed. Opens in a speak with a couple liiuggs talking; about superstitiorisi IJlih cuttiriff to tenturies back pne bej Blns ^^xpiainirig qrigi . It may or not be .authentic but - teresting anyway,, as; a J3aby}orilah merche^nt prince terminates ^ his friendship with a, trader because latter spilled some precious' salt in his presence, thus' dlsti-e^sing the gods.

Howiever, It's been long since a holdover stage show was e-ver at- tempted. Continuing to do nicely, getting just under $20,000 last week. Estimates for This Week Broadway (Parker cently taken oyer by Harris Inter- ests, being readied for ah opening in few weeks as a first-run site, with stage shows an outside possibility. Curreritly, 'The Masquerader' and 'Man Who Dared' look better, Estimates for This Week, iisio Box (Hamrlck) (1,400; 26 36) 'The Masquerader' (UA) 'Man Who Dared' (Fox) silit. Boxy (Jiv H) (1,300; 25-35) •Broadniriay to Hollywood' (MG) 'Another Langua.ge' (MG) split Anticipates . Last week 'Turn Back the Clock' (MG) fair for $3,400. Mouse (Hamrlck) (650; 15 25) 'Oiir Best Enemies' (Fox) 'Shanghai Madness' (Fox) split Looks average at $800. 'Lady' won't too much around that, In the neighborhood of 1113,600. Business built strongly,, particularly, oii^ reviews, which stressed the. Xork, miayoraliyf campaign, 'with addresseis by hot W i AGUardia and Mc Kee: Emb has the La Guardia spiel, but rev^al^ nothing on Mc Kee at all, thougbi- something On latter should have been available. uhbiiied J Yukon& Cameron, John- Fogarty, for-a~c«miedy-knockab6ut turn that's Pasqualli Bros— Enrica, and N0V6II0 a laugh detonator. inidsection interlude, ^giving the bow the dummy hia.s peen re- [the show numbers color and not a placed by a live femme who gets up ] little s.ai, especially that . floor and ankles ofi C» which -looks the Cap is- recogizing Smith and Dale handle the only Sally (Fan Dancer) Band's pireserice coniedy in the show a;s arranged by at £he competitive Earamiount do Wn Bose and thb^e Slate boy1a add a the streets ■ . touch that will likely be missed John Fogarty In gmooth, easy when the unit movies on: alone next 1 styles sans the usual ' stiff ness and week. Sk ^rk fbr weeklv chap with a pleasant person ^^f SL^nii S^nf A«i^? He doesn't tell bad jokes (or "S^.^^K^l T'b JSSu.la W. No' name strength biit s Ufflcieht entertain- ment to please.' And- well staged; too, except for one flaw, a matter of JUdgmenl, as to the flnish. Twenty-four kids, working in front of the 16 bands men, and most of them seemed pretty cute. keep things moving, not to speak of a dancing boy arid, the fat womari in. Demarest and -Olive Sibley, latter the latest of the piano comic numerous' partners, held down the riext^to-cloising. toss a bit of the thusly-spi Ued salt over th^ left shoulder.

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It may turn out that a six-mlhute cartocw ■virlll carry a box office. Denvers Stage Shows Draws Em From Out-State Denver, Oct. bhly houses., reporting, holdouts current week are those with stage shows. gagement ,in -a bi way, including lobby of the Pai%. Based on performaricc of the U musical, current, house should be in the neighborhood of $15,000, good. Last week's attraction, • 'Shanghai Mad- ness' (Fox) proved a bet, $24,700. Last week Ladies Must Love* (U) about the Fulton (Shea-Hyde) (1,760; 16-25- 40)— 'Hier Bodyguard* (Par). Beauts Check h Eight of the Par 'Search for Beauty' contest winners, Oomlng from foreign lands where picked, arrived In New York Thursday (5) on the S. The Fox, bri the Other hand, only got $17,000 as against the $18,000 or. 'My Weakness' was the picture and James Melton headliner. Adiapted by l^auj' Green from 'The I^ast Adtim' by . Roosevelt (B&K) (1.500; 25-3i) •Turn Back the Clock' (MG) and heavy billing, for 'Three Little Pigj" cartoon. Last week 'Shang- hai Madness' (Fox) got -along okay, $10,106. State- Lake (Jones) (2.700; 20-40) •Eig IJrain' (RKO) ami vaude. Whether the settlement of the labor trouble Is helping the Or- pheum of not cannot be deter- mined but Orpheurii seemd headed for the best week In months. Denham (Hellhorn) (1,500; 26- 30-40), 'This Day and Age' (Par) and stage show. six-day week In order to get back to a Wednesday opening.. Bull' (Fox) finished with $6,000, par for tbls deluxer* Rogers pulled all his fans- with maybe a few others. Von B way, but Hock of New %s Due; Tkkers $88,000; Cairs Ideal box office weatlier, benefits accruing from end of daylight saving arid good biisiness Saturday despite the . Kippur combine to keep ; Broadway theatre managers in good hunior this week. holiday Saturdiay (30) would injure business, with trade during tlie day fair and at night big, these fears were 'erroneous. fine draw hero and will get about $38,- 000 on the holdover, after a sniash first.. Newman (Par) (1.800; 25-40)—: 'Too Much Harmony' (Par)., The school bunch -went for* thi.s one .strong from the start and the final count should be near $1(5,000, blg.ye^age will^ ynde^ I a iot: V$19,500, which was some better that established three or ago when the town- went oh a film epree. Alice Brady still' Isn't a marquee draw, and this.. Some time required, however, before a definite trend Is indicated. Allport from Ireland; ay,' which is now in Its second week for a possible ? Warners Powiitown came In ^for a $13,000 on the first week of pop riin of 'Gold . Held In for sec- ond week, and mariagement claimed business well over estimation. Earle (2,000; 40-55-65)— 'Solitaire Man' (MG) and vaude. Last week, 'Masquerader* (UA), also secorid run, a hearty $4.- 200. Be- tween $11,000 and $12,000 estimated for week, which began last Thurs- day. "This bhie has offscreen music especially written for it, as did 'Three Wttle Pigs,' but: except for technical skill Is leagues behind; Tigs' and several others of recent release. However, out of the 600,000 expected visitors a por- tion should trickle into the th6-, atres. Estimaites' for This Week Chicago at the $23,000 rung. 'Lady for Day' (Col) drew rave anil smash business to touch $28,700. Tabor had hold-, outs Saturday night and Orpheum Saturday and Sunday nights. Silly Rand eorries in Friday (6) on a personal ' with 'Torch Singer' ' on the screen; Jack Mclnemey and . Will beat previous week by a few dollars on a-chanee to. -'My Weak- ness' (Fox) surprised by reaching $84,000. Getting the pictures, it looks ■ like another big week f Or this house or a chance for $20,000. Hav- ing big enough draft a^ $23,000 on the holdover to merit a shift to the Hollywood toriiorrow afternoon (Wednesday), that WB may bring ._=Opc^^ well but skidded after Sunday to a light $8,700. Fox (3,000; 36r B5-76) 'My Weak- ness* (Fox) and Stage show. Plenty of plug- ging; between $18,000 and $19,000 Indicated, which is about what house has been averaging; Last week, 'Power and the Glory' (Fox) and stage show, just missed $18,000, ' olc3 qheriader* (UA). Penn (Loe W's-UA) (3,300; .25-35- 50)— 'Stag-e Mother* (MG). Opening, week of vaudefilm policy creating, some Interest, natu- rally, and should better an even break at, $4,500. Blumen- thal, George Gordon Battle, Conde Nast, Irvln S. They are Nita Harvey and Sidney Towlspn' fromi England; 'Loretta Walker and George H. The Karlton got a Strong $4;200 for a secondrrun showing of 'The Mas- querader,' and the little Arcadia did a swell $2,850 with a second run of "Tugboat Arinie.' Estimates, for This Week Aldine (1,200; 40-50-66) —- 'Em- peror Johes' (U). Should get $10,600 or $11,000 in view of last week's strong- $14,500. Back to second runs after, a local premiere; $5,500 fore- cast.^ Last week, ^Tarzari' (Prin). ' Locust (1,800; 65-75-$1.10)— 'Ber- keley Square' (Fox). good mdicatlons for real profit if run isn't extended too long. Dis- ney in his colored i Silly Symphonys, backgrounded In well-knowii : nur- sery rhymes arid fairly, tales. , Lyric (Publlx) (1,300; 25)— 'Turn Back the Clock* (MGM). No idea as to how long remaining nor Avhat picture will. Estimates for This Week Davis (WB) (1,700; 25-30-40)— 'Di Bl Uge' (RKO). It's a cleianup for the Indiana and the Circle this week with Billy Rose's 'Crazy Quilt* sending the former*s gross for a sky ride while the Crosby- Oakle combo In 'Top Much Harmony' at the latter the- atre Is. Splurging In Its advertising expenditure and run picture policy^ reported $5,000 promisingly but soon develops Into clinging faithfully to all Ned. Last -^jeek, 'Bitter Sweet' (UA), poor at $4,800 In just short of six days; no chance to hold over. Both pictures were given sizzling advance campaigns, with COluriibla exchange going overboard on. film that's even touched it as a grosser In some time. 64) 'Vickers $9,000 in Minneapolis Good; Well Sold, 'Flighf Gets Big $11,500 Minrieapolls, Oct. The strongest array of attrac- tions In many moons plus high- pressure exploitation Is proving a powerful' boz TOf Bce stimulant. ' Balance of the reel material .1A'olli9 ipn a tour that' started' In Cleveland five weeks | ago.^^ impossible to get the produc • tion hung op scheduled time; .fprdni T tho house to spot a two-feel comedv fl JJer. snappy stage show this week to round out the 90 thinutes 'Night Flight' (Metro) on: screen At p)9^ce, plus, the mar-r quee araft of the muitlpillcity or star I ndjnes in .th6 feature fll Di, show I may hold over a siecond week Al Trahan with . Took the old and the versatilel Chester Hale Glf Is dummy femme dance partner gagj (24) comprise the show which plays and buill it up into a Adagio routirte smoothly and punohily. Sn^ith and' Diale have three I formttlity of radio Irish tenors, reels spots' through the show. Fritz and Jean Hubert bre^k right in with their drunken dance routine, disbursing the line nicely. Now the setup is one Indie pic ture, and: Ettage ' sho-w, the Show be ing Ted . tights, all supplying a variety pf incident that kept the crowd ariiused, no matter -what you think of its . spot neatly , with hokum artd .straight music judici- ously nilxed. Opens in a speak with a couple liiuggs talking; about superstitiorisi IJlih cuttiriff to tenturies back pne bej Blns ^^xpiainirig qrigi . It may or not be .authentic but - teresting anyway,, as; a J3aby}orilah merche^nt prince terminates ^ his friendship with a, trader because latter spilled some precious' salt in his presence, thus' dlsti-e^sing the gods. Howiever, It's been long since a holdover stage show was e-ver at- tempted. Continuing to do nicely, getting just under $20,000 last week. Estimates for This Week Broadway (Parker cently taken oyer by Harris Inter- ests, being readied for ah opening in few weeks as a first-run site, with stage shows an outside possibility. Curreritly, 'The Masquerader' and 'Man Who Dared' look better, Estimates for This Week, iisio Box (Hamrlck) (1,400; 26 36) 'The Masquerader' (UA) 'Man Who Dared' (Fox) silit. Boxy (Jiv H) (1,300; 25-35) •Broadniriay to Hollywood' (MG) 'Another Langua.ge' (MG) split Anticipates . Last week 'Turn Back the Clock' (MG) fair for $3,400. Mouse (Hamrlck) (650; 15 25) 'Oiir Best Enemies' (Fox) 'Shanghai Madness' (Fox) split Looks average at $800. 'Lady' won't too much around that, In the neighborhood of 1113,600. Business built strongly,, particularly, oii^ reviews, which stressed the. Xork, miayoraliyf campaign, 'with addresseis by hot W i AGUardia and Mc Kee: Emb has the La Guardia spiel, but rev^al^ nothing on Mc Kee at all, thougbi- something On latter should have been available. uhbiiied J Yukon& Cameron, John- Fogarty, for-a~c«miedy-knockab6ut turn that's Pasqualli Bros— Enrica, and N0V6II0 a laugh detonator. inidsection interlude, ^giving the bow the dummy hia.s peen re- [the show numbers color and not a placed by a live femme who gets up ] little s.ai, especially that . floor and ankles ofi C» which -looks the Cap is- recogizing Smith and Dale handle the only Sally (Fan Dancer) Band's pireserice coniedy in the show a;s arranged by at £he competitive Earamiount do Wn Bose and thb^e Slate boy1a add a the streets ■ . touch that will likely be missed John Fogarty In gmooth, easy when the unit movies on: alone next 1 styles sans the usual ' stiff ness and week. Sk ^rk fbr weeklv chap with a pleasant person ^^f SL^nii S^nf A«i^? He doesn't tell bad jokes (or "S^.^^K^l T'b JSSu.la W. No' name strength biit s Ufflcieht entertain- ment to please.' And- well staged; too, except for one flaw, a matter of JUdgmenl, as to the flnish. Twenty-four kids, working in front of the 16 bands men, and most of them seemed pretty cute. keep things moving, not to speak of a dancing boy arid, the fat womari in. Demarest and -Olive Sibley, latter the latest of the piano comic numerous' partners, held down the riext^to-cloising. toss a bit of the thusly-spi Ued salt over th^ left shoulder.

.10)— 'Ber- keley Square' (Fox). good mdicatlons for real profit if run isn't extended too long. Dis- ney in his colored i Silly Symphonys, backgrounded In well-knowii : nur- sery rhymes arid fairly, tales. , Lyric (Publlx) (1,300; 25)— 'Turn Back the Clock* (MGM). No idea as to how long remaining nor Avhat picture will. Estimates for This Week Davis (WB) (1,700; 25-30-40)— 'Di Bl Uge' (RKO). It's a cleianup for the Indiana and the Circle this week with Billy Rose's 'Crazy Quilt* sending the former*s gross for a sky ride while the Crosby- Oakle combo In 'Top Much Harmony' at the latter the- atre Is. Splurging In Its advertising expenditure and run picture policy^ reported ,000 promisingly but soon develops Into clinging faithfully to all Ned. Last -^jeek, 'Bitter Sweet' (UA), poor at ,800 In just short of six days; no chance to hold over. Both pictures were given sizzling advance campaigns, with COluriibla exchange going overboard on. film that's even touched it as a grosser In some time. 64) 'Vickers ,000 in Minneapolis Good; Well Sold, 'Flighf Gets Big ,500 Minrieapolls, Oct. The strongest array of attrac- tions In many moons plus high- pressure exploitation Is proving a powerful' boz TOf Bce stimulant. ' Balance of the reel material .1A'olli9 ipn a tour that' started' In Cleveland five weeks | ago.^^ impossible to get the produc • tion hung op scheduled time; .fprdni T tho house to spot a two-feel comedv fl JJer. snappy stage show this week to round out the 90 thinutes 'Night Flight' (Metro) on: screen At p)9^ce, plus, the mar-r quee araft of the muitlpillcity or star I ndjnes in .th6 feature fll Di, show I may hold over a siecond week Al Trahan with . Took the old and the versatilel Chester Hale Glf Is dummy femme dance partner gagj (24) comprise the show which plays and buill it up into a Adagio routirte smoothly and punohily. Sn^ith and' Diale have three I formttlity of radio Irish tenors, reels spots' through the show. Fritz and Jean Hubert bre^k right in with their drunken dance routine, disbursing the line nicely. Now the setup is one Indie pic ture, and: Ettage ' sho-w, the Show be ing Ted . tights, all supplying a variety pf incident that kept the crowd ariiused, no matter -what you think of its . spot neatly , with hokum artd .straight music judici- ously nilxed. Opens in a speak with a couple liiuggs talking; about superstitiorisi IJlih cuttiriff to tenturies back pne bej Blns ^^xpiainirig qrigi . It may or not be .authentic but - teresting anyway,, as; a J3aby}orilah merche^nt prince terminates ^ his friendship with a, trader because latter spilled some precious' salt in his presence, thus' dlsti-e^sing the gods. Howiever, It's been long since a holdover stage show was e-ver at- tempted. Continuing to do nicely, getting just under ,000 last week. Estimates for This Week Broadway (Parker cently taken oyer by Harris Inter- ests, being readied for ah opening in few weeks as a first-run site, with stage shows an outside possibility. Curreritly, 'The Masquerader' and 'Man Who Dared' look better, Estimates for This Week, iisio Box (Hamrlck) (1,400; 26 36) 'The Masquerader' (UA) 'Man Who Dared' (Fox) silit. Boxy (Jiv H) (1,300; 25-35) •Broadniriay to Hollywood' (MG) 'Another Langua.ge' (MG) split Anticipates . Last week 'Turn Back the Clock' (MG) fair for ,400. Mouse (Hamrlck) (650; 15 25) 'Oiir Best Enemies' (Fox) 'Shanghai Madness' (Fox) split Looks average at 0. 'Lady' won't too much around that, In the neighborhood of 1113,600. Business built strongly,, particularly, oii^ reviews, which stressed the. Xork, miayoraliyf campaign, 'with addresseis by hot W i AGUardia and Mc Kee: Emb has the La Guardia spiel, but rev^al^ nothing on Mc Kee at all, thougbi- something On latter should have been available. uhbiiied J Yukon& Cameron, John- Fogarty, for-a~c«miedy-knockab6ut turn that's Pasqualli Bros— Enrica, and N0V6II0 a laugh detonator. inidsection interlude, ^giving the bow the dummy hia.s peen re- [the show numbers color and not a placed by a live femme who gets up ] little s.ai, especially that . floor and ankles ofi C» which -looks the Cap is- recogizing Smith and Dale handle the only Sally (Fan Dancer) Band's pireserice coniedy in the show a;s arranged by at £he competitive Earamiount do Wn Bose and thb^e Slate boy1a add a the streets ■ . touch that will likely be missed John Fogarty In gmooth, easy when the unit movies on: alone next 1 styles sans the usual ' stiff ness and week. Sk ^rk fbr weeklv chap with a pleasant person ^^f SL^nii S^nf A«i^? He doesn't tell bad jokes (or "S^.^^K^l T'b JSSu.la W. No' name strength biit s Ufflcieht entertain- ment to please.' And- well staged; too, except for one flaw, a matter of JUdgmenl, as to the flnish. Twenty-four kids, working in front of the 16 bands men, and most of them seemed pretty cute. keep things moving, not to speak of a dancing boy arid, the fat womari in. Demarest and -Olive Sibley, latter the latest of the piano comic numerous' partners, held down the riext^to-cloising. toss a bit of the thusly-spi Ued salt over th^ left shoulder.

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Paramount (M&P) (1,800; 35-45- 66)— 'I Loved a Woman' (FN). on Friday with plenty ipt reasons given, particult^rly the Jewish holidays. Only one ior two attractions are exhibiting sufncient strength to breakthrough. ^Sin T""uiif^l6~"^i^^^ bring them in, and doing it to oon- si.'5tent trade at $15,000 for the cur- rent session. 2 of Lincolii'$ 5 Key Houses with Stage Shows Lincoln^ Oct. It's getting tougher and tougher here for a pic hou^e to make money. Both the Lincoln and tne Orpheum canie In for pretty nice play over the last stretch, but the rest of the layout, .-with exception, of course, of 'Lady for a Day' did a pretty good Job o^ starving. gate of •.55=606; finally, toppled the tariff to the' non-taxable top of 40c. the attendance, has been about the same, but with 'Too Much Har- mony' coming, it hds prospects of buildlnjgr. Frank Tracy, of Tracy-Brown's ork, is building the arid featuring the band for the .second week. Or- pheum stage shows and garages and merchants report more cus- tomers from out state since their reinstatement three, weeks ago. of "a good stage show, and finished with a booming $10,500,, Denver (Huffman) (2,500; 25-35- 60), 'Penthouse' (MG). tb Hollywood' (MG) and stage show with Fred Schmltt's orchestra. Last week,, second Aveek for stage shd-ws, the house, dipped slightly under the opener, and with 'I Loved a Woman' (FN) did an excellent $12,000, close to double an gycrgge we ek. Last week 'Midnight Mary' (MG) -with $3.0.00— $500 undei" average. In most of the other theatres this week's take will be . Cap -n'lll make up for its black eye with Sister Aimee by improv- irig to the extent of an approximiate $40,000 week on 'Stage Mother.' •This is . the Par, 'I -Loved a Woman' at the Strand, 'Thunder Over Mexico' at the . 'Cavalcade' did as well In spot as anywhere outside Ne;w York' and 'Beifkeley Square* is figured good for thre,e or four good On Oct. A mop .up=.from«-the=start=ahd=Bho Uld=give house It best trade since 'Gold Dig gers/' At Ound $16,500 looked for and, with any sort of ht^h, may go even beyond, that. 'Dinner at Eight' washed up at the Chinese Sunday night (8), after eight weeks to flhe $16,600 on ■ its last ..six- day-s^ . Oriental (Hamrlck) (2,600; 36-60- 75)— 'Rafter Romance* (RKO) and Texas Giiinan in person with com- pany of 80. Lyric (Publix) (1,300; 25) 'Char- lie Chan's Greatest Case' (Fox) Good attriiction for this house Ought to reach $3,300, fine. Last week with 'Brief Moment' (FN) and vaude without names, ditto.' . Last week, 'My Weakiiess' (Foi) and stage show, headed by James Melton, $17,000; uridqr ex- pectations. Tuesday, October 10^ 193^^ lifetime isik«if S't« Strong Attractions Spur Loop B. is getting equal bill ing and doing more, than its share for coin. Liast -week, •Penthouse' (MG) clicked with plenty profit, due to the .low- cost fiicker and stage show.. State- Lake (Jones) ~ (2,700; 20 40) 'Layghing at Life' (Mbno) and vaude. Jtiles Waldemar with Mitzi acquit- ted himself creditably as a no-v^elty . Plna T epis- ode of 'Tarzan' serial ; 'Popeyo' car- toon, and newsroel round out tlie bin, / Lf*ny, ORPHEUM, N. Routine layout thait -wouldn't be especially torrid for iany main stem stand, but it's aces for East 86th street. special point in the added niember except that he makes the turn look mpre impor- tanti Brisk routines, rinostly fea- tured- by the iriipressive looking whirling of the girl.

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