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[[left page blank]] [[start page]] [[newspaper clipping]] 4 Y.E. News, Monday, April 21, 1952. Tele. Leeds 27341 [[line]] FIRST TIME IN LEEDS [[line]] ODEON - LEEDS. Phone 30031 To-day - Continuous from 12.30 Thrills to Mighty Forest Splendour with KIRK DOUGLAS and EVE MILLER in "THE BIG TREES" (a) in Technicolor. Screened at 2.10, 5.20, 8.45. Also 'INSIDE THE WALLS OF FOLSUM PRISON' showing at 12.30, 3.35, 6.50. ON THE STAGE - Nightly at 8.3o approx. JOY MCLEAN, Famed New York Concert Hall Star. [[bocked in red pencil]] Visit the ODEON Café Restaurant. Open Weekdays from 10.0 to 7.45. [[line]] RITZ (A.B.C.) TEL 22665 TO-DAY -- Continuous from 12.45 p.m. HUMPHREY BOGART, "MURDER INC" (X) at 2.30, 5.45, 9.0 p.m. ROD CAMERON, AUDREY LONG "CAVALRY SCOUT" (u) (Cinecolor). at 12.30 4.5, 7.20 p.m. Plus the Worlds Best Newreel --Pathe News, Last Complete Performance 7.10 p.m. Sunday next (only) Cont from 4.30 p.m. INGRID BERGMAN, GREGORY PECK "SPELLBOUND" (A) [[TOP OF NEXT COLUMN]] MAJESTIC ---- LEEDS Phone 272511 TO-DAY Continuous form 1.40 p.m. William Nancy HOLDEN OLESON "FORCE OF ARMS" (a) Presented at 2.5. 5.20 8.40 Ray Gene MILLAND TIERNEY "CLOSE TO MY HEART" (a) Presented at 3.30, 6.55 PERSONAL APPEARANCE Wednesday. 8.30 p.m. of ELTON HAYES (B.B.C. Guitarist) [[line]] SCALA --- LEEDS. Phone 270571 TO-DAY -- Continuous from 1.0 p.m. WILLIAM HOLDEN NANCY OLSON FRANK LOVEJOY "FORCE OF ARMS" (a) Screened at 1.30 5.10, 8.50 RAY MILLAND GENE TIERNEY "CLOSE TO MY HEART" Screened at 3.0 and 6.40 ON THE STAGE WEDNESDAY at 8.0 p.m. PERSONAL APPEARANCE ELTON HAYES - The Guitarist and Singer appearing in the film "ROBIN HOOD" [[NEWPAPER CLIPPING]] AT THE PICTURES ODEAN This is a week of dynamite and tought deeds. In "The Big Trees" Kirk Douglas starts out as an ambitious forest lumber man with little thought for anyone, but he mends his ways after trying to do down a religious community. THere is a grand finale with a rescue of the heroine from a runaway train that plunges over a bridge and the blowing sky high of a dam that is blockign timber in the river. The scenic photography, in colour, is excellent. Some may prefer the second feature "Inside the Walls of Folsom Prison". Here there is rioting in jail, and a story that just skips along Joy McLean, New York concert-hall star is appearing on the stage nightly about 8.30. [[Highlighted in red]] Black and white photo of Joy McLean in a mantilla and spanish fringed shawl
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