The Big Lake Wildcat (Big Lake, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 12, 1953 Page: 3 of 8
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THE BIO LAKE WILDCAT, BIO LAKE, REAGAN COUNTY, TEXAS
3-D “Man In Dark”
Places Killer Chase
Right In Audience
"Man In the Dark,” Columbia
Pictures’. 3-D crime thriller
which puts the audience smack
In the middle of the dizzying
heights of amusement park
rides, fist-flying gang fights and
the biasing cross-fire of police
car chases, opens next Thursday
for one week at the Shooting
81 a r Drive-In Theatre with
tough Edmond O’Brien and
blonde Audrey Totter starred.
The large cast portraying gang-
sters, cops and carnival workers
is headed by Nick Dennis, Hor-
ace McMahon, Ted de Corsia
and Dan Riss in top supporting
—Sunday and Monday—
LAUGHTER... ROMANCE... MUSIC AND A MURDER
--EOR GOOD MEASURE!
•Tuesday and Wednesday-
The Only Motion
Picture Of Its Kind!
The Largest and Brightest Screen
In West Texas”
The picture reportedly
achieves new heights In 3-D’s
revolutionary realism by filming
Its climax on the rocketing rides
Of 8anta Monica's Ocean Park
Amusement Pier. It also gives
the 3-D works to the rest of the
film, with hand-to-hand fights,
police chases, crossfires of gun
encounters and fond embraces
in all of which the patron is put
on the receiving end of the ac-
tion by the magic of the 3-D
cameras, the new process which
makes every seat in the theatre
more than a front seat by plac-
ing every one virtually in the
middle of the stage.
Edmond OBrlen In "Man in
the Dark” portrays a gangster
who Is freed of his criminal ten-
dencies by a frontal lobotomy
brain operation; he loses his
memory In the process. His ex-
pals, who want the $130,000 sto-
len payroll he cached before go-
ing to Jail, think the operation
is a gag and try to beat the in-
formation out of him while his
girl friend, Audrey Totter, uses (
more feminine tactics to get the
"Man In the Dark” again
shows Edmond O’Brien in his
favorite type of screen perform-
ance where he is seen as both
the kingpin of the slickest rob-
bers’ crew and, after the opera-
tion, as the instrument of their
Audrey Totter, making her
first appearance since her tour
of Korea Army camps and her
recent marriage, similarly plays
both ends of the good and bad
girl, as the gangster’s sweet-
heart. She was last seen in Co-
lumbia Pictures’ "Assignment-
The Ocean Park Amusement
Pier was taken over lock, stock
and barrel for location shooting
of the picture’s exciting exterior
chase and peopled with an army
of carnival extras. Another fight
sequence made first use of the
vast roofs of Columbia Studio’s
Our SNACK BAR is open at all time during
the show for your pleasure and convenience
Pay Us A Visit Often!
A HARRY M. POPK1N PRESENTATION •£*■
With MARTIN GABEL and introducing Ritfl Gam
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•Today and Saturday
They wrote history’s
bravest page at
\ the flaming gates
\ of Fort Union!
o«d im.od.tme PALMER LEE
v- IDDY WALLER •f'wmr, coam«.
»0» BAtCIOfl A PEPUbtIC PICJUVt
One Week, Thurs., June 18 Through Wed., June 21
-PLUS SECOND FEATUR1
(goo* Hilarious Coins
IT'S THE TINNIEST THING
THAT EVET? HAPPENED tO ■"'At
l-- THAT EVE I? HAPPENED To
FAMUy/ ^ ^
Mrs. W. L. Coleman left by
plane Saturday from Midland
for Denver, Colo, to be with her
brother, J. A. Story, who Is crit-
ically ill. Her son, Jimmie, of
8edona, Ariz., Joined her in
Denver. Mr. Coleman received
word this week of Mr. Story's
. «** ^ MlOOtE ,
OF A LOVfc ty
critical condition since undergo-
Mrs. L. R. Dorsey and Mrs. W.
H. Schooler, accompanied by
their families, attended a fam-
ily reunion In Chrlstoval last
'-Wf -5 REAGAN • COBURN • HUSSEY
Edmund GWENN * Spring BYINGTON • Piper LAURIE Scotty KECKETT
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Andrews of
Kemper Station moved to San
Angelo last Friday for tempo-
rary relief work at the San An-
Mrs. W. H. Stephenson Is to j Btanollnd Research EStplora-
be Installing officer at the O.E.S. j lion Parly No. 45 left Big Lake
“ * ‘ Monday morning to establish
offices in Dickerson, North Da-
kota after a residence of two
years and eight months here.
C. P. Reed Is party chief.
Members of this crew are
Stanley Ambrose and family;
J. A. Lewis and family; Ralph
Landrum and family; O. R.
Ocyer and family; Jack Clark
and family; Bert Robertson and
family and Tutz Stegler.
Mrs. J. E. Barber and Don at-
tended the wedding of Mrs.
Barber’s niece In Big 8pring
WORD FURNITURE CO.
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Big Lake, Texas
Each Thursday, 7:30 pm
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Ted Anderson, Sec.
PARK INN CAFE
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SPECIAL MEXICAN FOODS
Big Lake Ledge N». IMS,
A Stated Meeting
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AND DO THE LOVING!
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Werst, J. L., Jr. & Werst, J. L., Sr. The Big Lake Wildcat (Big Lake, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 12, 1953, newspaper, June 12, 1953; Big Lake, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth633819/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Reagan County Library.