Loew's Kings Theatres, Brooklyn, New York - May 17, 1935

Loew's Kings Theatres, Theatre program, May 17, 1935

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LOEW'S WEEKLY

ISSUED FREE TO LOEW PATRONS

LOEW'S WEEKLY STAR STAMPS
JOAN CRAWFORD
"NO MORE LADIES"

LOEW'S WEEKLY STAR STAMPS
PAUL MUNI
"BLACK FURY"

Vol. 16          FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1935          No. 38

THOUSANDS SEEK MOVIE FAME!
Wide Resonse to Hal Roach, Loew Theatres, Daily Mirror Talent Contest

Thousands of photos and letters are being received daily for the comedy talent contest now being conducted by Hal Roach, producer of the famous M-G-M comedies, The Loew Theatres and the Daily Mirror.

Producer Roach hopes to find new funny folks for his movie productions by means of this contest! Preliinaries will be held at the various Loew Theatres, followed by semi-finals, and then by the Grand Finals, winner of which will be given a chance to act in a real Hal Roach movie comedy.

Read the Daily Mirror for details!

Movie Roles and Over $1,000 Cash Awards for Winners of Talent Contest

This contest is unusual in that it provides an immediate cchance for the winners to act in the movies! Hal Roach will produce a two reel comedy, right here in New York City, the cast of which will include the winners of this contest!

Over $1,000 will be paid in salaries to those chosen for this Hal Roach contest movie comedy, which will be screened in the Loew Theatres throughout the country!

Remember! It's not a beauty contest -- but a contest to find persons who can make others laugh!

NICK MASSELA
481 St. Anns Avenue, Bronx
MARTHA CRANE
8 Magaw Place, New York City
LOUIS HALPRIN
256 West 48th Street, New York City
ANNA COFFEY
493 East 142nd Street, Bronx

CASH AWARDS
Here are the salaries to be paid the winners for thei work in the Hal Roach Contest Movie Comedy:
STAR ROLE ..... $500
FEATURED ROLE ..... $250
SUPPORTING COMEDIAN ..... $100
5 MINOR ROLES, each ..... $25

ARLENE HAWKINS
173 Riverside Drive, New York City
BERT PETERSEN
364 93rd Street, Brooklyn
WM. (William) TODD
495 Warren Street, Brooklyn
JACK DeYOUNG
2016 59th Street, Brooklyn
CHRISTIAN HERCHEBROTH
41-41 41st Street, Sunnyside, L.I.

See Page for Date of Stage Tryouts at the Loew Theatres!


What DO YOU WANT TO KNOW?
(To the Best of our knowledge, these answers are accurate. However, we are not responsible for any errors which may occur. Ed.)

Questions and Answers on WHN
In addition to the What Do You Want To Know Department of Loew's Weekly, movie fans' questions are also nswered every Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m. over Station WHN during the About Town With The Loew Theaters broadcast. Send Your question to LOEW'S WEEKLY, or to ABOUT TOWN, Station WHN, 1540 Broadway.

C.P. Melioransky, 246 W. 73rd St., N.Y.C.: Address Cecil B. De Mille, care Paramount Studios, Hollywood, Cal.

FAN, 1270 OCEAN PKWY.: MARGARET LINDSAY is 24 YEARS OLD.

L. Attisani, 36 Fourth St., New Rochelle, N. Y.: Raoul Roulian sand the sond "Delicious" in the picture of that name.

Mrs. C. Classer, 227 Keap St., Bklyn.: he played the second Secretary of the Treasury.

R. E. T.: NEW ROCHELLE: ROBER DONAT PLAYED THAT ROLE IN "HERY VIII."

Miss D. Oberstein: Al Jonson born May 28, 1886. Ruby Keeler born in 1909. They have been married about five years.

Miss E. Jones, 12 Poplar St., Jersey City, N. J.: Address Eddie Quillan, care M-G-M Studios, Culver City, Cal. Address Ginger Rogers, care RKO Studios, Hollywood, Cal.

J. Fallon: Edward G. Robinson was born in Bucharest, Hungary. "Little Caesar," "Hatchet Man," "Two Seconds," "Tiger Shark," "Silver Dollar," "Little Giant" and "I Loved a Woman" are some of his hits previous to "Whole Town's Talking."

A. J. M., Flatbush, Bklyn.: "Lady With A Past," "What Price Hollywood," "Two Against the World," "Rockabye," "Our Betters," "Bed of Roses" are among her hits.

FRANCES SINCLAIRE: SHE IS UNMARRIED.

A. V. Carr, 259 Madison St., Brooklyn, N. Y.: We have no address for him. Sorry that we are unable to help you.

S.K. SPECTOR, 2821 BRIGGS AVE., BRONX: MARGARET LIVINGSTON PLAYED THAT ROLE IN"SOCIAL REGISTER"; ANNE REVERE PLAYED THAT ROLE IN "DOUBLE DOOR."

Miss C. Merxchoff, 119-03 103rd St., Richmond Hill: Ben Lyon and Claudette Colbert played the leads in "For the Love of Mike." Heather Angel was born in Oxford, England.

Abe Brettschneider, 1013 Fox St., Bronx, N. Y. Edward G. Robinson was born in Bucharest, hungary. You have the wrong title of the picture you mentioned.

LOEW'S WEEKLY
Published Weekly and Distributed Free to Our Patrons
LOEW'S STATE BUILDING
1540 BROADWAY, N. Y. C.

BLONDES RULE THE SCREEN IN NEW M-G-M HITS
This is the movie season for blindes, judging by the new M-G-M hits! Ann Harding in "Flame Within"... Madge Evans plays the feminine lead in "Age of Indiscretion"... Jean Arthur has a big role in "Public Hero No. 1" and Una Merkel makes "Murder in the Fleet" a victory for blondes.

Pace Press, Inc., N.Y.C. (Union Label) 324


Loew's Kings Theatres, Theatre program, May 17, 1935 featuring BLACK FURY (1935)

NEW SLASHED SUMMER PRICES!
Sat. Evenings (After 5. P.M.) Orchestra and Mezzanine ..... 40c
Sun. and Hol., Early Bird Matinee, 12 Noon to 2 P.M. Orchestra and Balcony .....30c
Sun. & Hol. (After 2 P.M.) Orchestra and Mezzanine ..... 40c
CHILDREN
Every Evening and All Day Sunday and Holiday ..... 20c

THIS WEEK'S HITS
Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon., May 17, 18, 19, 20
JEAN HARLOW, WILLIAM POWELL "RECKLESS" May Robson, Franchot Tone

Tues., Wed., Thurs., May 21, 22, 23
2 -- Big Pictures -- 2
HELEN HAYES, ROBERT MONTGOMERY "VANESSA HER LOVE STORY" Otto Kruger, May Robson
and
"BEHIND THE GREEN LIGHTS" Norman Foster, Judith Allen

Phone BRyant 9-7800 For Information About LOEW'S SHOWS

LOEW'S KINGS
FLATBUSH AT TILDEN VENUE - BROOKLYN
Telephone: BUckminster 2-4700
SMOKING PERMITTED IN LOGES

Fri., Sat. Sun., Mon., May 24, 25, 26 27
PAUL MUNI
in
"BLACK FURY"
with
Karen Morley, William Gargan

"STAR NIGHT AT THE COCOANUT GROVE"
Colortone Musical Featuring
Ted Fio Rito and Orchestra, Mae West, Bing Crosby, Mary Pickford, Jack Oakie, Lanny Ross, Gary Cooper, Leo Carrillo and others

Hear EDWIN C. HILL in Hearst Metrotone News

Tues., Wed., Thurs., May 28, 29, 30
LOEW'S GALA HOLIDAY SHOW!

2 -- Big Pictures -- 2
"ONE NEW YORK NIGHT"
with
Franchot Tone, Una Merkel, Steffi Duna, Conrad Ngel
-- AND --
"LOVE IN BLOOM"
with
George Burns & Gracie Allen
Joe Morrison, Dixie Lee

"BETTER HOUSING NEWS FLASHES"

Hear EDWIN C. HILL in Hearst Metrotone News

Hear LEO WEBER at the Console


"BLACK FURY," EXCITING AND THRILLING DRAMA, STARS PAUL MUNI IN HIS MOST POWERFUL ROLE
New Muni Portrayal Greater Than His "Fugitive" Role

"Black Fury," the thrillingly dramatic smash hit due here next week, stars Paul Muni in a role that is even more powerful than his unforgettable portrayal in "I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang."

Packed with tremendous scenes that combine thrills, suspense, humor and pathos, "Black Fury" depicts Muni as a coal miner who is betrayed by the girl he loves. Read what the critics said:

NEWS: "Muni's characterization a meorable screen portrait."
AMERICAN: "Strong, daring ... Terrifically suspenseful."
TIMES: "Magnificently performed. Muni superb. Vigor and rare power."
MIRROR: "Muni gives dazzling performance in powerful drama."
JOURNAL: "Powerful picture and thoroughly absorbing drama."
SUN: "Grand, smashing melodrama."
POST: "Excellent. A thunderbolt of folm courage."
WORLD-TELEGRAM: "Exciting. Brilliantly played."

"Paul Muni, Karen Morley, John Qualen, William Gargan and others in scenes from "Black Fury," a greater and more powerful screen thrill than the unforgettable "I Am a Fugitive From a Chain Gang."

Extra Added Attraction!
The Funniest Show You Ever Saw!

HAL ROACH - LOEW'S - DAILY MIRROR
MOVIE BEGINNERS COMEDY CONTEST

On Our Stage
PRELIMINARY CONTEST
Friday, May 24th
Borough Semi-Finals at Loew's Metropolitan
Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., June 3, 4, 5, 6

2 Shows for the PRICE of ONE

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, May 28, 29 and 30, bring an excellent idweek program with the screening of "One New York Night," M-G-M's mystery comedy romance, and "Love in Bloom," the newest hit to star George Burns and Gracie Allen.

Una Merkel and Franchot Tone form a new screen love team in "One New York Night," the story of a murder mystery laid against the background of a Manhattan Hotel. The picture combines riotous comedy with mystery thrills from start to finish.


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