Friday, December 28, 1945 - Thursday, January 31, 1946 (5 Weeks)
Leave Her to Heaven
Starring Gene Tierney and Cornell Wilde
Directed by John M. Stahl
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Technicolor
110 Minutes
"Badminton" with Pete Smith / Directed by Philip W. Anderson / A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Short Subject
Day and Date:
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
 
Thursday, January 24, 1946
Sid Grauman (66) and Gene Tierney (25) Forecourt Ceremonies
 
Reported Gross "Leave Her to Heaven" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, January 3, 1946
35
$33,000
2
Thursday, January 10, 1946
35
$20,900
3
Thursday, January 17, 1946
35
$15,700
4
Thursday, January 24, 1946
35
$10,800
5
Thursday, January 31, 1946
35
$8,800
Totals
35 Days
Daily Average: $2,548
--
--
5 Weeks
Average Performance: $510
175
$89,200
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, February 1, 1946 - Thursday, February 28, 1946 (4 Weeks)
The Dolly Sisters
Starring Betty Grable and John Payne
Directed by Irving Cummings
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Technicolor
114 Minutes
"Life with Baby" from The March of Time / A Time-Life Production / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
Day and Date:
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Added Friday, February 22, 1946: 4 Star Theatre, Mid-Wilshire

Reported Gross "The Dolly Sisters" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, February 7, 1946
35
$21,400
2
Thursday, February 14, 1946
35
$16,700
3
Thursday, February 21, 1946
35
$12,500
4
Thursday, February 28, 1946
35
$8,200
Totals
28 Days
Daily Average: $2,100
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $420
140
$58,800
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, March 1, 1946 - Thursday, March 14, 1946 (2 Weeks)
Scarlet Street
Starring Edward G. Robinson and Joan Bennett
Directed by Fritz Lang
A Universal Picture
103 Minutes
"Old Sequoia" Starring Donald Duck / Directed by Jack King / A Walt Disney Production in Technicolor / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
Day and Date:
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Added Friday, March 8, 1946: 4 Star Theatre, Mid-Wilshire
 
Thursday, March 7, 1946 @ 8:30 PM
The 18th Annual Academy Awards of Merit
Presented by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Bob Hope and James Stewart, Masters of Ceremonies

Produced and Staged by Dore Schary
Producer, Presentation Film, Farciot Edouart
Conductor, Academy Awards Orchestra and Musical Director, Johnny Green
Program Director, Joseph Losey
Program Narrators: Ken Carpenter and Buddy Twiss

Part One:

Overture - Academy Award Hit Parade
--
Opening remarks by Jean Hersholt, President, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
--
Part One Host, James Stewart
--
Short Subject Awards - Presented by Y. Frank Freeman

For Cartoon Short Subject:
"Quiet Please!" - Frederick Quimby, Producer

For One-Reel Short Subject:
"Stairway to Light" - Herbert Moulton, Producer; Jerry Bresler, Executive Producer

For Two-Reel Short Subject:
"Star in the Night" - Gordon Hollingshead, Producer
--
Documentary Awards - Presented by Y. Frank Freeman

For Short Subject Documentary:
"Hitler Lives?" - Gordon Hollingshead, Producer

For Feature-Length Documentary:
"The True Glory" - A co-production of Britain's Minitry of Information and the U.S. Office of War Information; Ditributed in the U.S. by Columbia Pictures
--
Scientific or Technical Awards - Presened by Y. Frank Freeman

Class II Award (Sound)
Loren Ryder and Charles R. Daily of the Paramount Studio Sound Department for the design, construction and use of the first dial-controlled step-by-step sound channel line-up and test circuit.

Class III Award (Laboratory)
Michael S. Leshing, Benjamin C. Robinson, Arthur B. Chatelain and Robert C. Stevens of the 20th Century-Fox Studio, and John G. Capstaff of the Eastman Kodak Company for the 20th Century-Fox processing machine.
--
Film Editing Award - Presented by Frank Capra

Robert J. Kern - "National Velvet"
--
Sound Recording Award - Presented by Frank Capra

"The Bells of St. Mary's" - R-K-O Radio Studio Sound Department, Stephen Dunn, Sound Director
--
Special Effects Award - Presented by Frank Capra

"Wonder Man" - Photographic Effects by John Fulton; Sound Effects by Arthur W. Johns
--
Honorary Award to Walter Wanger - Presented by Donald Nelson
For his six years service as President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
--
Scoring of Dramatic or Comedy Picture Award - Presented by Ginger Rogers

"Spellbound" - Miklos Rozsa
--
Art Direction Awards - Presented by Ginger Rogers

For Black and White:
"Blood on the Sun" - Art Direction, Wiard Ihnen; Interior Decoration by A. Roland Fields

For Color:
"Frenchman's Creek" - Art Direction by Hans Dreier and Ernst Fegte; Interior Decoration by Sam Comer
--
Scoring of a Musical Picture Award - Presented by Ginger Rogers

"Anchors Aweigh" - Georgie Stoll
--
Armed Forces Tribute - Music and Words
"The Battle Hymn of the Republic" with Gene Markey
"The Cassions Go Rolling Along" with Robert Riskin
"Semper Paratus" with Caesar Romero
"The Halls of Montezuma" with Peter Viertel
"Roger Young" with Don Duffield
"Anchors Aweigh" with June Carpenter
"Air Coprs Song" with Cy Bartlett
"America the Beautiful" with John Huston
"Drums and Taps"
"Battle Hymn Coda"

INTERMISSION

Part Two:

Entre-Acte
--
Part Two Host: Bob Hope
--
Cinematography Awards - Presented by David Wark Griffith

For Black and White:
"The Picture of Dorian Gray" - Harry Stradling

For Color:
"Leave Her to Heaven" - Leon Shamroy
--
Performances of all nominated songs:

"Accentuate the Positive" from "Here Come the Waves" — sung by Frank Sinatra
"More and More" from "Can't Help Singing" —  sung by Katherine Grayson
"I Fall in Love too Easily" from "Anchors Aweigh" — sung by Frank Sinatra
"Some Sunday Morning" from "San Antonio" — sung by Dinah Shore
"I'll Buy that Dream" from "Sing Your Way Home" — sung by Dick Haymes
"Linda" from "The Story of G.I. Joe" — sung by Katherine Grayson
"Endlessly" from "Earl Carroll Vanities" — sung by Katherine Grayson
"Anywhere" from "Tonight and Every Night" — sung by Frank Sinatra
"Sleighride in July" from "Belle of the Yukon" — sung by Dinah Shore
"The Cat and the Canary" from "Why Girls Leave Home" — sung by Dick Haymes
"Aren't You Glad You Met Me?" from "The Bells of St. Mary's" — sung by Frank Sinatra
"Love Letters" from "Love Letters" — sung by Dinah Shore
"So in Love" from "Wonder Man" — sung by Frank Sinatra
"It Might as Well be Spring" from "State Fair" — sung by Dick Haymes
--
Original Song Award - Presented by Esther Williams

"It Might as Well be Spring" from "State Fair" - Music by Richard Rogers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
--
Writing Awards - Presented by Bette Davis

For Original Motion Picture Story
"The House on 92nd Street" - Charles G. Booth

For Original Screenplay:
"Marie-Louise" - Richard Schweizer

For Screenplay:
Charles Brackett and Billy Wilder - "The Lost Weekend"
--
Direction Award - Presented by William Wyler

Billy Wilder - "The Lost Weekend"
--
Motion Picture of the Year Award - Presented by Eric Johnson

"The Lost Weekend" - Paramount
--
Juvenile Award - Presented by Bob Hope

Peggy Ann Garner - as the outstanding child actress of 1945
--
Honorary Award to "The House I Live In" - Presented by George Murphy
For tolerance short subject ; produced by Frank Ross and Mervyn LeRoy; directed by Mervyn LeRoy; screenplay by Albert Maltz; song "The House I Live In" music by Earl Robinson, lyrics by Lewis Allan; starring Frank Sinatra; released by R-K-O Radio Pictures.
--
Supporting Actor Award - Presented by Van Heflin

James Dunn - "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn"
--
Supporting Actress Award - Presented by Van Heflin

Anne Revere - "National Velvet"
--
Best Actor Award - Presented by Ingrid Bergman

Ray Milland - "The Lost Weekend"
--
Best Actress Award - Presented by Charles Boyer

Joan Crawford - "Mildred Pierce"

"You're the Top"

"Star Spangled Banner"

MUSIC ARRANGERS AND ORCHESTRATORS
George Bassman
Ted Duncan
Al Glasser
Marlin Skiles
Robert Franlyn
Danny Goal

Charles Miller, Music Editor
Lew Finehan, Orchestra Manager
Irving Armenian, Assistant to Mr. Green

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences acknowledges with thanks the cooperation and work of Arthur Bergh and the MGM Music Library Staff.

"Prelude and Salute to Oscar" Especially composed for the 18th Annual Awards by Adolph Deutsch

Musical Accompaniment for Nominations Film for Best Scoring of a Musical Picture arranged by Leo Arnaud

STAGE MANAGERS
Nick Ray
William E. Watts
Robert Lowell

FILM EDITORS
Frederick B. Richards
G. Carlton Hunt
William H. Ziegler

ACDEMY OFFICERS
Jean Hersholt, President
Y. Frank Freeman, Vice-President
George Murphy, Vice-President
Emmet Lavery, Vice-President
Mervyn LeRoy, Vice-President
John LeRoy Johnston, Treasurer
Gordon Hollingshead, Assistant Treasurer
Loyd Wright, Counsel
Wiard Ihnen, Secretary
Joseph Sistrom, Assistant Secretary
Margaret Herrick, Executive Secretary

BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Charles Boyer
Charles Brackett
Harry Brand
Frank Capra
Charles G. Clarke
William Dozier
Philip Dunne
Farciot Edouart
Ray Heindorf
Jean Hersholt
Mervyn LeRoy
Frank Lloyd
Mary C. McCall, Jr.
Gene Markey
Thomas T. Moulton
Alfred Newman
James Stewart
Herbert Stothart
Walter Wanger
Jules White

PRESENTATION FILM COMMITTEE
Harold Adamson
Peter Ballibusch
Charles Brackett
Robert Emmett Dolan
William Dozier
Hal C. Elias
A. Arnold Gillespie
Johnny Green
Bernard Herzbrun
Gordon Hollingshead
Wiard Ihnen
Stacy Keach
William F. Kelly
Hal C. Kern
Mary C. McCall, Jr.
Louis Mesenkop
Victor Milner
Thomas T. Moulton
Sidney Paul Solow
Franz Waxman
Richard A. Blaydon, Business Manager for Presentation Film

PRESS COMMITTEE
Perry W. Lieber, Chairman
Whitney Bolton
Harry Brand
George Brown
Alex Evelove
John LeRoy Johnston
John E. Joseph
Arch Reeve
Howard Strickling
Hall Hall, Academy Publicity Counsel

TRAFFIC COMMITTEE
Whitey Hendry, Chairman
Capt. Lee C. German
Lieut. Clarence B. Swan
Lieut. Loyd E. Tucker

AWARDS SCREENING COMMITTEE
William Dozier, Chairman
Joan Harrison
Howard Koch
Dore Schary

SPECIAL DOCUMENTARY AWARDS COMMITTEE
Sidney Paul Solow, Chairman
William Dozier
Philip Dunne
James Wong Howe
Nunnally Johnson
William Cameron Menzies
Harriet Parsons
Anne Revere
Joseph Sistrom
Frank Tuttle

SHORT SUBJECTS AWARDS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Jules White, Chairman
Gordon Hollingshead
Walter Lantz
Louis Notarius
Pete Smith

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:

To Hollywood studios, executives, and the personnel of our industry whose generosity and cooperation made this program possible.
To Mr. Charles Skouras and Fox West Coast Theatres for donating the facilities of Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
To the artists who are appearing on the program.
To the many Academy Committees and individual members who have contributed invaluable time and effort.
To the Screen Actors Guild, the Screen Directors Guild, the Screen Writers Guild, the Association of Motion Picture Producers, Theatre Authority, Musicians Mutual Protective Association, and Radio Corporation of America for their cooperation.

Tonight, for the second consecutive year, the American Broadcasting Company broadcasts coast-to-coast the ceremonies attending the 18th Annual Awards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Once again, through the medium of radio and the film industry, all America will have the opportunity of sharing this program.

Tickets were availible to the public for $37.50 each —ED.
 
Reported Gross "Scarlett Street" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, March 7, 1946 (6 Days)
30
$16,700
2
Thursday, March 14, 1946
35
$9,000
Totals
13 Days
Daily Average: $1,976
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $395
65
$25,700
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, March 15, 1946 - Thursday, March 28, 1946 (2 Weeks)
Doll Face
Starring Vivian Blaine
and Dennis O'Keefe
Directed by Lewis Seiler
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
80 Minutes

The Hidden Eye
Starring Edward Arnold
and Frances Rafferty
Directed by Richard Whorf
A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture
69 Minutes

  Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic

Reported Gross "Doll Face" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Gross
1
Thursday, March 21, 1946
$14,000
2
Thursday, March 28, 1946
$10,100
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $1,721
--
2 Weeks
 
$24,100
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, March 29, 1946 - Thursday, April 18, 1946 (3 Weeks)
Sentimental Journey
Starring John Payne
and Maureen O'Hara
Directed by Walter Lang
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
94 Minutes

She Went to the Races
Starring James Craig
and Frances Gifford
Directed by Willis Goldbeck
A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture
85 Minutes

  Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic

Reported Gross "Sentimental Journey" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Gross
1
Thursday, April 4, 1946
$16,600
2
Thursday, April 11, 1946
$10,400
3
Thursday, April 18, 1946
$8,800
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $1,704
--
3 Weeks
 
$35,800
Source: Variety
 
Friday, April 19, 1946 - Thursday, May 9, 1946 (3 Weeks)
Dragonwyck
Starring Gene Tierney and Walter Huston
Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
103 Minutes
"Studio Visit" with Pete Smith / A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Short Subject
Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic

Reported Gross "Dragonwyck" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, April 25, 1946
35
$21,100
2
Thursday, May 2, 1946
35
$13,200
3
Thursday, May 9, 1946
35
$9,400
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $2,081
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $416
105
$43,700
Source: Variety
 
Friday, May 10, 1946 - Thursday, May 17, 1946 (1 Week)
The Dark Corner
Starring Lucille Ball and Clifton Webb
Directed by Henry Hathaway
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
99 Minutes
"Wanted: More Homes" from The March of Time / A Time-Life Production / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
"The Hick Chick" with voices by Daws Butler and Stan Freeberg / Directed by Tex Avery / A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon in Technicolor
Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic

Reported Gross "The Dark Corner" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, May 17, 1946
35
$12,100
Totals
7 Days
Daily Average: $1,729
--
--
1 Week
Average Performance: $346
35
$12,100
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, May 17, 1946 - Thursday, May 30, 1946 (2 Weeks)
Do You Love Me
Starring Maureen O'Hara and Dick Haymes
Directed by Gregory Ratoff
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Technicolor
91 Minutes
"Tomorrow's Mexico" from The March of Time / A Time-Life Production / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
"Squatter's Rights" Starring Mickey Mouse and Pluto / Directed by Jack Hannah / A Walt Disney Production in Technicolor / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Saturday, May 18, 1946:

Grauman's Chinese Theatre 19th Birthday Today

Reported Gross "Do You Love Me" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, May 23, 1946
35
$16,000
2
Thursday, May 30, 1946
35
$11,700
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $1,979
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $396
70
$27,700
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, May 31, 1946 - Wednesday, June 12, 1946 (2 Weeks)
Somewhere in the Night
Starring John Hodiak
and Nancy Guild
Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
110 Minutes

Colonel Effingham's Raid
Starring Charles Coburn
and Joan Bennett
Directed by Irving Pichel
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
72 Minutes

  Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic

Reported Gross "Somewhere in the Night" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Gross
1
Thursday, June 6, 1946
$13,400
2
Wednesday, June 12, 1946 (6 Days)
$7,500
Totals
13 Days
Daily Average: $1,608
--
2 Weeks
 
$20,900
Source: Variety
 
 
Thursday, June 13, 1946 - Thursday, June 27, 1946 (2 Weeks)
Cluny Brown
Starring Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones
Directed by Ernst Lubitsch
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
100 Minutes
"Bikini - The Atom Island" Narrated and Directed by Carey Wilson / A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Short Subject
Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic

Reported Gross "Cluny Brown" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, June 20, 1946 (8 Days)
40
$18,600
2
Thursday, June 27, 1946
35
$14,100
Totals
15 Days
Daily Average: $2,180
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $436
75
$32,700
Source: Variety
 
Friday, June 28, 1946 - Wednesday, July 17, 1946 (3 Weeks)
Smoky
Starring Fred MacMurray
and Anne Baxter
Directed by Louis King
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
In Technicolor
87 Minutes

It Shouldn't Happen to a Dog
Starring Carole Landis
and Allyn Joslyn
Directed by Herbert I. Leeds
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
70 Minutes

  Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Added Friday, July 12, 1946: Fox Carthay Circle Theatre, Mid-Wilshire
 
Monday, July 8, 1946
Irene Dunne (47) and Rex Harrison (38) Forecourt Ceremonies
 
Reported Gross "Smoky" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Gross
1
Thursday, July 4, 1946
$21,400
2
Thursday, July 11, 1946
$14,500
3
Wednesday, July 17, 1946 (6 Days)
$10,100
Totals
20 Days
Daily Average: $2,300
--
3 Weeks
 
$46,000
Source: Variety
 
 
Premiere, Thursday, July 18, 1946 @ 8:30 PM
Regular Engagement: Friday, July 19, 1946 - Thursday, August 15, 1946 (4 Weeks)
Anna and the King of Siam
Starring Irene Dunne and Rex Harrison
Directed by John Cromwell
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
128 Minutes
"Eager Beaver" with Voices by Mel Blanc / Directed by Chuck Jones / A Warner Bros. Cartoon in Technicolor
Added Friday, August 9, 1946
News Flash First Pictures!
Bikini Underwater Atom Bomb Blast!

"On the Air Tonight! Special Broadcast of Premiere Ceremonies on KFWB"

"Free Grandstand Seats in the Forecourt! Stars! Lights! Excitement!"

Stars attending the Premiere:
Constance Bennett / Joan Bennett / Eddie Bracken / Lee J. Cobb / Jeanne Crain / John Cromwell / Bebe Daniels / Helmut Dante / Linda Darnell / Laraine Day / Gloria De Haven / Irene Dunne / Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. / Reginald Gardner / Paulette Goddard / Richard Greene / Nancy Guild / Rex Harrison / June Haver / Dick Haymes / Rita Hayworth / Sonja Hennie / Celeste Holm / Geroge Jessel / Hedy Lamarr / Joan Leslie / Louis D. Lighton / Burgess Meredith / Robert Montgomery / Martha O'Driscoll / Maureen O'Hara / John Payne / Tyrone Power / Rosalind Russell / Zachary Scott / Norma Shearer / Mark Stevens / Gene Tierney / Lana Turner / Clifton Webb / Cornel Wilde / Loretta Young
Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Thursday, August 15, 1946
Margaret O'Brien (9) Forecourt Ceremonies
 
Reported Gross "Anna and the King of Siam" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, July 25, 1946
36
$25,300
2
Thursday, August 1, 1946
35
$20,300
3
Thursday, August 8, 1946
35
$16,400
4
Thursday, August 15, 1946
35
$11,900
Totals
28 Days
Daily Average: $2,639
--
--
4 Weeks
Average Performance: $524
141
$73,900
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, August 16, 1946 - Thursday, September 5, 1946 (3 Weeks)
Centennial Summer
Starring Jeanne Crain and Cornel Wilde
Directed by Otto Preminger
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Technicolor
102 Minutes
"Dumb Bell of the Yukon" Starring Donald Duck / Directed by Jack King / A Walt Disney Production in Technicolor / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Wednesday, August 21, 1946
Humphrey Bogart (46) Forecourt Ceremonies
 
Reported Gross "Centennial Summer" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, August 22, 1946
35
$24,400
2
Thursday, August 29, 1946
35
$15,500
3
Thursday, September 5, 1946
35
$9,800
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $2,367
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $473
105
$49,700
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, September 6, 1946 - Thursday, September 19, 1946 (2 Weeks)
Claudia and David
Starring Dorothy McGuire and Robert Young
Directed by Walter Lang
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
78 Minutes
"Is Everybody Happy" from The March of Time / A Time-Life Production / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
"Birds Make Sport" with John Kieran / Directed by Jack Eaton / A Grantland Rice Sportlight / AParamount Pictures Short Subject
Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic

Reported Gross "Claudia and David" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, September 12, 1946
35
$15,600
2
Thursday, September 19, 1946
35
$10,600
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $1,871
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $374
70
$26,200
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, September 20, 1946 - Thursday, September 26, 1946 (1 Week)
If I'm Lucky
Starring Vivian Blaine
and Perry Como
Directed by Lewis Seiler
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
78 Minutes

Strange Triangle
Starring Signe Hasso
and Preston Foster
Directed by Ray McCarey
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
65 Minutes

  Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic

Reported Gross "If I'm Lucky" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Gross
1
Thursday, September 26, 1946
$12,000
Totals
7 Days
Daily Average: $1,714
--
1 Week
 
$12,000
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, September 27, 1946 - Thursday, October 3, 1946 (1 Week)
Home Sweet Homicide
Starring Peggy Ann Garner
and Randolph Scott
Directed by Lloyd Bacon
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
90 Minutes

Little Miss Big
Starring Beverly Simmons
and Frederick Brady
Directed by Erie C. Kenton
A Universal Picture
60 Minutes

  Day and Date:
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
 
Monday, September 30, 1946
Louella Parsons (65) Forecourt Ceremonies
 
Reported Gross "Home Sweet Homicide" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Gross
1
Thursday, October 3, 1946
$9,400
Totals
7 Days
Daily Average: $1,342
--
1 Week
 
$9,400
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, October 4, 1946 - Thursday, October 17, 1946 (2 Weeks)
Three Little Girls in Blue
Starring June Haver and Robert Montgomery
Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Technicolor
100 Minutes
"The Tortoise Wins Again" Directed by Connie Rasinski / A Terrytoon in Technicolor / A 20th Century-Fox Release
Day and Date:
Loyola Theatre, Westchester
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic

Reported Gross "Three Little Girls in Blue" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, October 10, 1946
35
$18,000
2
Thursday, October 17, 1946
35
$10,300
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $2,021
--
--
2 Weeks
Average Performance: $404
70
$28,300
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, October 18, 1946 - Thursday, November 7, 1946 (3 Weeks)
My Darling Clementine
Starring Henry Fonda and Linda Darnell
Directed by John Ford
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
97 Minutes
Last Complete Show: 10:15 PM
"Give Now to Your Community Chest"
Day and Date:
Loyola Theatre, Westchester
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown

Reported Gross "My Darling Clementine" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, October 24, 1946
35
$17,100
2
Thursday, October 31, 1946
35
$12,000
3
Thursday, November 7, 1946
35
$8,600
Totals
21 Days
Daily Average: $1,280
--
--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $259
105
$26,900
Source: Variety
 
Friday, November 8, 1946 - Tuesday, November 26, 1946 (3 Weeks)
Margie
Starring Jeanne Crain and Glenn Langan
Directed by Henry King
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Technicolor
94 Minutes
"Lighthouse Keeping" Starring Donald Duck / Directed by Jack Hannah / A Walt Disney Production / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
Last Complete Show: 10:30 PM
Day and Date:
Loyola Theatre, Westchester
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown

Reported Gross "Margie" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, November 14, 1946
35
$19,400
2
Thursday, November 21, 1946
35
$13,700
3
Tuesday, November 26, 1946 (5 Days)
30
$8,300
Totals
19 Days
Daily Average: $2,179
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--
3 Weeks
Average Performance: $414
100
$41,400
Source: Variety
 
Wednesday, November 27, 1946 - Tuesday, December 10, 1946 (2 Weeks)
Wake Up and Dream
Starring John Payne
and June Haver
Directed by Lloyd Bacon
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
In Technicolor
92 Minutes

Dangerous Millions
Starring Kent Taylor
and Dona Drake
Directed by James Tinling
A Sol M. Wurtzel Production
A 20th Century-Fox Release
69 Minutes

  Last Complete Show: 11:55 PM
Day and Date:
Loyola Theatre, Westchester
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown

Reported Gross "Wake Up and Dream" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Gross
1
Tuesday, December 3, 1946
$14,700
2
Tuesday, December 10, 1946
$7,100
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $1,557
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2 Weeks
 
$21,800
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, December 11, 1946 - Tuesday, December 24, 1946 (2 Weeks)
Two Smart People
Starring Lucille Ball
and John Hodiak
Directed by Jules Dassin
A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture
93 Minutes

The Cockeyed Miracle
Starring Frank Morgan
and Keenan Wynn
Directed by S. Sylvan Simon
A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture
81 Minutes

  Day and Date:
Loyola Theatre, Westchester
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown

Reported Gross "Two Smart People" @ 50¢ - $1.00
Week
Week Ending
Gross
1
Tuesday, December 17, 1946
$10,200
2
Tuesday, December 24, 1946
$7,000
Totals
14 Days
Daily Average: $1,229
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2 Weeks
 
$17,200
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, December 25, 1946 - Thursday, January 23, 1947 (4 Weeks)
The Razor's Edge
Starring Tyrone Power and Gene Tierney
Directed by Edmund Goulding
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
145 Minutes
Last Complete Show: 10:00 PM
Day and Date:
Loyola Theatre, Westchester
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loew's State Theatre, Downtown
 
 
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