The Ballinger Ledger (Ballinger, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1948 Page: 3 of 12
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*Red River9 Tells Thrilling
Tale of Old Chisholm Trail
Out of the adventure-swept hla- eye Meets Hercules," and a news
tory of our own great Southwest, reel also will be shown on the
Howard Hawlu has fashioned a same program,
spectacular production called "Red I As a two-fisted ranchman who
River," which Is to open at the favors rough-and-ready methods
Texas Theatre In midnight mail-'of treating law-breakers, the elder
nee Saturday night, and will con-'Holt's role contrasts with his son's
tlnue there 8unday, Monday and portrayal of a ranger captain who
Tuesday. August 29 through 31.
A great western .saga that lakes
Its place alongside such screen
classics as "The Covered Wagon"
and “Cimarron," "Red River" Is
based on the populnr Saturday
Evening Post serial. "The Chisholm
Trull." by Borden Chase Co-sturs
ure John Wayne, well-known to
screen fans for his rugged he-man
roles; Montgomery Clift, a com-
parative newcomer who Is sensa-
tion. the always likeable Walter
Brennan; and a charming miss
called Joanne Dru
The story begins In Texas Just
prior to the Civil War and con-
cerns Thomas Dunson <Wayne>, a
hardy pioneer who dreams of
building the first rattle empire In
the Southwest. Years luler. Dun-
son and his adopted son. Mntthrw
Garth (Clift •. his trusted friend,
Oroot Nadine (Brennan •, and a
huge band of trusting cow wrang-
lers strike out over the now-
famous Chisholm Trail, with Abi-
lene, Kansas, as their goal.
The romance between Garth and
Tcss MUluy < Miss Dru> adds a
warm and colorful note to the
Supporting the four stars In
"Red River" are such fine players
as Harry Carey, Jr. Noah Beery.
Jr, John Ireland, Paul Fix, Coleen
Grey and Harry Carey, Sr.
Tile coming of law and order to
the Arizona cattle country Is the
theme of RKO Radio's outdoor
drama. "The Arizona Ranger,"
with Tim Holt and his father.
Jack Holt, in the starring roles.
This feature and another, "The
Inside Story." a Republic produc-
tion, make up the twin-bill at the
Texas tomorrow i Friday i and
Saturday. A cartoon comedy, "Pop-
tntends to handle mutters In a
legal fashion. The conflict between
the two men. and Tim’s misad-
ventures when he tries to capture
a clever gang of rustlers, bring
about man? exciting moments.
Nan Lesllo has the feminine |
lead, and Richard Martin, Steve;
Brodle, Paul Hurst and other well-
known players have featured part.
Oporto, Portugal. Is famous for
Its port wine.
'Durango Kid9 Ya*--s
Hat Charles Siam
In Latest Adventu
"Whirlwind Raiders,” a n
"Durango Kid' western stall
Charles 8turret t and Smiley E
nette. and "Sarong Oirl." a To
production, make up the dou
feature program at the Pali
ThAtrr tomorrow ■ Friday t
rSaturday, August 27. 20
Featured roles In "Whirl
Raiders" are taken by Fred 8«
Nancy Saunders. "Little Br
Jug and Doye O'Neill and
The generator on YOI'K
ar (regardless of make
or model) CAN hr prop-
erly repaired and serviced
.'Red River,” starring John Wayne and Montgomery Clift,
will be shown at the Texas Theatre in a special midnight
performance Saturday night, an well ax regular presenta-
tions Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, August ?•*. 30, 31.
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‘Live My lie^ards to Browltcay' Urines
irViriw, Lively Story of Vaudeville Era
"Give Mv Regards to Broadway.", unusual romance us it unfolds its
'new Twentieth Century-Fox tech- 'saga of a family that curried
! nlrolor musical to be shown at the Broadway with it wherever it
Texas Theatre Wednesday and went.
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Palace Tuesday Wednesday
Thursday. August 31. Septen
1 and 2 .,..................
Roman del Gado new i
star, co starred with Slgrld G 1"
ha* the role of a youth wh*| Mr and Mrs Frank Hamilton
falscl . nnpn ."lied on tus w.-dA und son. Wayne, and Mrs Jessie
day, kept under torture for Mae Conner, of Dallas spent last
years and finally * " ape- to 7 w'eek In the home of Mrs. Hamil-
a treasure and avenge hiinsel tons sister. Mrs Jack Carwile
and Mr Carwile Dayton Hamil-
ton. who had been visiting the
Pencil and typewriter erasers Carwlles since the first of June
Ledger oflice ; retumrd home with his parents
li O K Jacob returned Tuesday
| night from a two days business
his Spanish accusers
Thursday of next week. Septem-
ber 1. 2. brings to the screen the
i warm, nostalgic and lively story
| of a grand some called them
| zany") family of troupers who
lust wouldn't die when vaudeville
did Starring Dan Dailey, who
scored a sensation In Mother
Wore Tights." the unusual story
with music features an outstand-
ing supporting e a • t headed by
Charles Wlnnln*;cr. Nancy Guild.
Charles Ruggles and Fay Balnter
The picture, garnished with
singing anil dancing 'and fancy hike's the reason ts. grta gt.wt
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end introducing to the screen
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September 1st, 2nd, 3rd
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The Ballinger Ledger (Ballinger, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1948, newspaper, August 26, 1948; Ballinger, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1162908/m1/3/: accessed February 22, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Carnegie Library of Ballinger.