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With daylight saving time with us program

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Lamour, Dorothy Garland, Judy


Original program for films shown the week of April 24, 1938 at the Strand Theatre in Ipswich, Massachusetts. The cover features a theatre announcement encouraging patrons to take advantage of daylight saving time by driving “out into the country” before enjoying a film at the Strand Theatre. It also mentions an upcoming screening of In Old Chicago.The second page includes an advertisement for the April 24 showing of Everybody Sing. Allan Jones and Judy Garland co-star in this romantic comedy about a woman expelled from a conservative school after singing Jazzy music.Page three features an advertisement for the April 25-27 screenings of The Girl of the Golden West. Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy star in this western about a woman who owns a saloon called “The Poker.”The final page of the program includes three film advertisements. The theatre scheduled Her Jungle Love on April 28 and 29. Dorothy Lamour and Ray Milland co-star in this adventure film about. The final two advertisements are for a double feature screening on April 30. The Jury’s Secret is a crime drama about newspapers, and the film stars Kent Taylor and Fay Wray. The final film is Mr. Moto’s Gamble, a crime drama starring Peter Lorre, Keye Luke, and Dick Baldwin. This film is about Mr. Moto’s investigations of a gambler and the poisoning of a heavyweight contender.Currently not on view
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