Monday, December 25, 1950 - Wednesday, January 3, 1951 (1 Week)
For Heaven's Sake
Starring Clifton Webb and Joan Bennett
Directed by George Seaton
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
92 Minutes
"Sheep Dog" Starring Pluto / Directed by Charles A. Nichols / A Walt Disney Production in Technicolor / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
"City of Beautiful Girls" Starring Tram Pickett and Dick Pope / Directed by Justin Herman / AParamount Sports Reel
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester



Reported Gross "For Heaven's Sake" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Wednesday, January 3, 1951 (10 Days)
50
$60,400
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
10 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $1,293
--
$60,400
--
Chinese Average Performance: $258
50
--
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$12,920
Source: Variety
 
 
Invitational Premiere, Thursday, January 4, 1951 @ 8:30 PM
Regular Engagement: Friday, January 5, 1951 - Thursday, January 18, 1951 (2 Weeks)
Halls of Montezuma
Starring Richard Widmark and Jack Palance
Directed by Lewis Milestone
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Color
113 Minutes
"Cock-A-Doodle Dog" Directed by Tex Avery / A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Cartoon
Stars attending the Premiere:
Lauren Bacall / Anne Baxter / Constance Bennett / Humphrey Bogart / Eddie Braken / MacDonald Carey / Jeff Chandler / Valentina Cortesa / Joan Crawford / Linda Darnell / Lorraine Day / Gloria DeHaven / Paul Douglas / Irene Dunne / Leo Durocher / Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. / Rhonda Fleming / John Garfield / Mitzi Gaynor / Jane Greer / Susan Hayward / Paul Henreid / John Hodiak / Kathleen Hughes / Spike Jones / Louis Jordan / Danny Kaye / Evelyn Keyes / Janet Leigh / Joyce MacKenzie / Hugh Marlow / Virginia Mayo / Dorothy McGuire / Jayne Meadows / Millard Mitchell / Robert Mitchum / Constance Moore / Jean Moorehead / Merle Oberon / Peggy O'Connor / Michael O'Shea / Debra Paget / Gregory Peck / Jane Powell / Ginger Rogers / Rosalind Russell / Constance Smith / Jan Sterling / K. T. Stevens / Marta Toren / Vera-Ellen / David Wayne / Clifton Webb / Helen Westcott / Shelly Winters

Grandstand seats in the Forecourt, Free to the Public! Lights! Starrs! Glamour!
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Halls of Montezuma" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, January 11, 1951
28
$55,300
2
Thursday, January 18, 1951
28
$22,600
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
14 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $1,113
--
$77,900
--
Chinese Average Performance: $278
56
--
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$15,580
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, January 19, 1951 - Monday, January 29, 1951 (2 Weeks)
The Man Who Cheated Himself
Starring Lee J. Cobb
and Jane Wyatt
Directed by Felix E. Feist
A Jack M. Warner Production
A 20th Century-Fox Release
81 Minutes

Short Grass
Starring Rod Cameron
and Cathy Downs
Directed by Lesley Selander
A Scott R. Dunlap Production
An Allied Artists Release
82 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills

Reported Gross "The Man Who Cheated Himself" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, January 25, 1951
$27,000
2
Monday, January 29, 1951 (4 Days)
$11,800
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
11 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $705
$38,800
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$7,760
Source: Variety
 
 
Hollywood Command Performance, Tuesday, January 30, 1951 @ 8:30 PM
Regular Engagement: Wednesday, January 31, 1951 - Thursday, February 8, 1951 (1 Week)
The Mudlark
Starring Irene Dunne and Alec Guiness
Directed by Jean Negulesco
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
94 Minutes
"Why Korea?" Narrated by Joe Kingy / A 20th Century-Fox Short Subject in Technicolor

Premiere Night Stage Show starring: Bob Hope / Irene Dunne / Ezio Panza / Jane Russell / Jane Wyman / Jimmy McHugh / George Burns / Gracie Allen / Harpo Marx / Lucrecia Determann. George Jessel, Master of Ceremonies, with the Manny Harmon Orchestra

Stars attending the Premiere:
Lauren Bacall / Anne Baxter / Jack Benny / Ann Blythe / Humphrey Bogart / Joan Caulfield / Claudette Colbert / Joan Crawford / Bing Crosby / Ellen Drew / Irene Dunne / Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. / Clark Gable / Stewart Granger / Jean Hersholt / John Hodiak / Van Johnson / Deborah Kerr / Adolphe Menjou / Pat O'Brien / Maureen O'Sullivan / Rosalind Russell / Jean Simmons / Gene Tiernery/ Loretta Young

Grandstand seats in the Forecourt, Free to the Public! Lights! Starrs! Glamour!


Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "The Mudlark" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Gross
1
Thursday, February 8, 1951 (8 Days)
36
$40,200
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
8 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $1,005
--
$40,200
--
Chinese Average Performance: $223
36
--
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$8,040
Source: Variety
 
Friday, February 9, 1951 - Tuesday, February 20, 1951 (2 Weeks)
Call Me Mister
Starring Betty Grable
and Dan Dailey
Directed by Lloyd Bacon
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
In Technicolor
96 Minutes

Bowery Battalion
Starring Leo Gorcey
and Huntz Hall
Directed by William Beaudine
A Monogram Picture
69 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Call Me Mister" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, February 15, 1951
$42,500
2
Tuesday, February 20, 1951 (5 Days)
$22,400
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
12 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $1,082
$64,900
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$12,980
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, February 21, 1951 - Tuesday, February 27, 1950 (1 Week)
The 13th Letter
Starring Linda Darnell
and Charles Boyer
Directed by Otto Preminger
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
85 Minutes

Naughty Arlette
Starring Mai Zetterling
and Hugh Williams
Directed by Edmond T. Gréville
A Pinnacle Production
An Eagle-Lion Classics Release
80 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "The 13th Letter" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Tuesday, February 27, 1951
$23,600
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $674
$23,600
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$4,720
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, February 28, 1951 - Tuesday, March 6, 1951 (1 Week)
I'd Climb the Highest Mountain
Starring Susan Hayward
and William Lundigan
Directed by Henry King
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
In Technicolor
88 Minutes

Fingerprints Don't Lie
Starring Richard Travis
and Sheila Ryan
Directed by Sam Newfield
A Spartan Production
A Lippert Pictures Release
57 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "I'd Climb the Highest Mountain" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Tuesday, March 6, 1951
$24,800
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $709
$24,800
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$4,960
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, March 7, 1951 - Thursday, March 22, 1951 (2 Weeks)
Rawhide
Starring Tyrone Power
and Susan Hayward
Directed by Henry Hathaway
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
89 Minutes

Cuban Fireball
Starring Estelita Rodriguez
and Warren Douglas
Directed by William Beaudine
A Republic Picture
78 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Rawhide" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, March 15, 1951 (8 Days)
$36,800
2
Thursday, March 22, 1951
$22,500
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
15 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $791
$59,300
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$11,860
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, March 23, 1951 - Tuesday, April 3, 1951 (2 Weeks)
Bird of Paradise
Starring Jouis Jourdan and Debra Paget
Directed by Delmer Daves
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Technicolor
100 Minutes
"Flight Plan for Freedom" Photographed and Directed by Peter Hopkinson / from The March of Time / A Time-Life Production / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
"Rabbit of Seville" Starring Bugs Bunny / Directed by Chuck Jones / A Warner Bros. Cartoon in Technicolor
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Added, Friday, March 30, 1951:

Scoop! Sensational!
Kefauver Investigation
Narrated by Koe King, with Estes Kefauver
Directed by Edmund Reek
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
52 Minutes

Day and Date:
Beverly Theatre, Beverly Hills / Fox Westwood Village Theatre, Westwood / El Portal Theatre, North Hollywood / La Reina Theatre, Sherman Oaks / Golden Gate Theatre, East Los Angeles / Academy Theatre, Pasadena / Academy Theatre, Ingelwood / California Theatre, Monterey Park / Alex Theatre, Glendale / Fox Dome Theatre, Ocean Park / Fox West Coast Theatre, Long Beach / Belmont Theatre, Long Beach / Crest Theatre, North Long Beach / Fox Redondo Theatre, Redondo Beach / Fox Cabrillo Theatre, San Pedro / Fox Pomona Theatre, Pomona / Fox Riverside Theatre, Riverside / Fox San Bernadino Theatre, San Bernardino / Fox West Coast Theatre, Santa Ana

Reported Gross "Bird of Paradise" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Total Gross
1
Thursday, March 29, 1951
28
$30,500
2
Tuesday, April 3, 1951 (5 Days)
20
$18,000
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
12 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $808
--
$48,500
--
Chinese Average Performance: $202
48
--
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$9,700
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, April 4, 1951 - Tuesday, April 10, 1951 (1 Week)
The Sword of Monte Cristo
Starring George Montgomery
and Paula Corday
Directed by Maurice Geraghty
An Aslon Production
In Supercinecolor
A 20th Century-Fox Release
80 Minutes

Lucky Nick Cain
Starring George Raft
and Coleen Gray
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
A 20th Century-Fox Release
87 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "The Sword of Monte Cristo" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Tuesday, April 10, 1951
$24,700
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $705
$24,700
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$4,940
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, April 11, 1951 - Tuesday, April 17, 1951 (1 Week)
You're in the Navy Now
Starring Gary Cooper and Jane Greer
Directed by Henry Hathaway
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
93 Minutes
"Champion Jumpers" A 20th Century-Fox Sportsshort
"Glove Taps" Starring "The Little Rascals" originally known as "Our Gang" / Directed by Gordon Douglas / A Hal Roach Production / A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Short Subject (1937) A Monogram Pictures Re-Issue
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "You're in the Navy Now" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Total Gross
1
Tuesday, April 17, 1951
35
$26,000
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $743
--
$26,000
--
Chinese Average Performance: $149
35
--
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$5,200
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, April 18, 1951 - Thursday, April 26, 1951 (1 Week)
I Can Get it for Your Wholesale
Starring Susan Hayward
and Dan Dailey
Directed by Michael Gordon
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
91 Minutes

Mister Universe
Starring Jack Carson
and Janis Paige
Directed by Joseph Lerber
A Laurel Films Production
An Eagle-Lion Classics Release
89 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "I Can Get It for You Wholesale" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, April 29, 1951 (9 Days)
$45,800
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
9 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $1,018
$45,800
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$9,160
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, April 27, 1951 - Thursday, May 3, 1951 (1 Week)
14 Hours
Starring Paul Douglas
and Richard Basehart
Directed by Henry Hatahway
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
92 Minutes

My Brother, the Outlaw
Starring Mickey Rooney
and Wanda Hendrix
Directed by Elliott Nugent
A Benedict Bogeaus Production
An Eagle-Lion Classics Release
82 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "14 Hours" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, May 3, 1951
$34,800
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $994
$34,800
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$6,960
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, May 4, 1951 - Thursday, May 10, 1951 (1 Week)
Follow the Sun
Starring Glenn Ford
and Anne Baxter
Directed by Sidney Lanbfield
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
93 Minutes

When I Grow Up
Starring Bobby Driscoll
and Robert Preston
Directed by Michael Kanin
A Horizon Picture
A United Artists Release
90 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Follow the Sun" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, May 10, 1951
$25,500
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $994
$25,500
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$5,100
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, May 11, 1951 - Thursday, May 17, 1951 (1 Week)
Half Angel
Starring Loretta Young
and Joseph Cotton
Directed by Richard Sale
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
In Technicolor
77 Minutes

The Long Dark Hall
Starring Rex Harrison
and Lilli Palmer
Directed by Reginald Beck and Anthony Bushell
An Eagle-Lion Classics Release
86 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Half Angel" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, May 17, 1951
$27,400
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $783
$27,400
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$5,480
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, May 18, 1951 - Thursday, May 24, 1951 (1 Week)
Fighting Coast Guard
Starring Brian Donlevy
and Forrest Tucker
Directed by Joseph Kane
A Republic Picture
In Truicolor
86 Minutes

Million Dollar Pursuit
Starring Penny Edwards
and Grant Withers
Directed by R.G. Springsteen
A Republic Picture
59 Minutes
  Friday, May 18, 1951:

Grauman's Chinese Theatre 24th Birthday Today
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Fighting Coast Guard" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, May 24, 1951
$16,500
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $471
$16,500
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$3,300
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, May 25, 1951 - Thursday, June 7, 1951 (2 Weeks)
On The Riviera
Starring Danny Kaye and Gene Tierney
Directed by Walter Lang
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Technicolor
89 Minutes
"Stranger in the Lighthouse" Narrated by Art Gilmore / Directed by Larry Landsburgh / A Warner Bros. Short Subject
"Pests of the West" Starring Pluto / Directed by Charles A. Nichols / A Walt Disney Production in Technicolor / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "On the Riviera" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Total Gross
1
Thursday, March 29, 1951
35
$50,600
2
Tuesday, April 3, 1951 (5 Days)
25
$26,200
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
14 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $1,097
--
$76,800
--
Chinese Average Performance: $256
60
--
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$15,360
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, June 8, 1951 - Thursday, June 14, 1951 (1 Week)
House on Telegraph Hill
Starring Richard Basehart
and Valentina Cortesa
Directed by Robert Wise
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
93 Minutes

Circle of Danger
Starring Ray Milland
and Patricia Roc
Directed by Jacques Tourneur
A Coronado Production
An Eagle-Lion Classics Release
86 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "House on Telegraph Hill" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, June 14, 1951
$28,000
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $800
$28,000
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$5,600
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, June 15, 1951 - Thursday, June 21, 1951 (1 Week)
As Young as You Feel
Starring Monty Woolley
and Thelma Ritter
Directed by Harmon Jones
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
77 Minutes

Secrets of Monte Carlo
Starring Warren Douglas
and Lois Hall
Directed by George Blair
A Republic Picture
60 Minutes
  "Camp Dog" Starring Pluto / Directed by Charles A. Nichols / A Walt Disney Production in Technicolor / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "As Young As You Feel" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, June 21, 1951
$23,300
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $666
$23,300
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$4,660
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, June 22, 1951 - Thursday, June 28, 1951 (1 Week)
The Guy Who Came Back
Starring Paul Douglas
and Joan Bennett
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
91 Minutes

Tarzan's Peril
Starring Lex Barker
and Virginia Huston
Directed by Byron Haskin
A Sol Lesser Production
An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
78 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "The Guy Who Came Back" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, June 21, 1951
$26,900
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $769
$26,900
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$5,300
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, June 29, 1951 - Thursday, July 5, 1951 (1 Week)
The Secret of Convict Lake
Starring Glenn Ford
and Gene Tierney
Directed by Michael Gordon
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
83 Minutes

According to Mrs. Hoyle
Starring Spring Byington
and Anthony Caruso
Directed by Jean Yarbrough
A Monogram Picture
60 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "The Secret of Convict Lake" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, July 5, 1951
$33,900
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $969
$33,900
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$6,780
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, July 6, 1951 - Thursday, July 12, 1951 (1 Week)
Take Care of My Little Girl
Starring Jeanne Crain
and Dale Robertson
Directed by Jean Negulesco
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
In Technicolor
93 Minutes

Casa Mañana
Starring Virginia Welles
and Robert Clarke
Directed by Jean Yarbrough
A Lindsley Parsons Picture Corporation Production
Released by Monogram Pictures
73 Minutes
  "Moslems and the West: Crisis in Iran" from The March of Time / A Time-Life Production / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Take Care of My Little Girl" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, July 12, 1951
$37,300
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $1,066
$37,300
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$7,460
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, July 13, 1951 - Thursday, July 26, 1951 (2 Weeks)
The Frogmen
Starring Richard Widmark
and Dana Andrews
Directed by Lloyd Bacon
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
96 Minutes

Fugitive Lady
Starring Janis Paige
and Binnie Barnes
Directed by Sidney Salkow
A Republic Pictures Release
78 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester
 
Monday, July 16, 1951
Cary Grant (47) Forecourt Ceremonies
 
Reported Gross "The Frogmen" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, July 19, 1951
$47,700
2
Thursday, July 26, 1951
$30,700
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
14 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $1,120
$78,400
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$15,680
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, July 27, 1951 - Thursday, August 9, 1951 (2 Weeks)
Cyrano de Bergerac
Starring José Ferrer and Mala Powers
Directed by Michael Gordon
A Stanley Kramer Production / A United Artists Release
112 Minutes
"First Time at Popular Prices - Original Full-Length Version"
"Moslems and the West: The Moroccan Outpost" from The March of Time / A Time-Life Production / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
"Bee at the Beach" Starring Donald Duck / Directed by Jack Hannah / A Walt Disney Production in Technicolor / An R-K-O Radio Pictures Release
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Cyrano de Bergerac" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Total Gross
1
Thursday, August 2, 1951
28
$46,000
2
Thursday, August 9, 1951
28
$31,500
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
14 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $1,107
--
$77,500
--
Chinese Average Performance: $276
56
--
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$15,500
Source: Variety
 
Friday, August 10, 1951 - Monday, August 20, 1951 (2 Weeks)
Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell
Starring Clifton Webb
and Joanne Dru
Directed by Henry Koster
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
87 Minutes

Let's Go Navy!
Starring Leo Gorcey
and Huntz Hall
Directed by William Beaudine
A Monogram Picture
68 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester
Friday, August 10, 1951
Susan Hayward (34) Forecourt Ceremonies
 
Reported Gross "Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, August 16, 1951
$36,500
2
Monday, August 20, 1951 (4 Days)
$17,300
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
11 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $978
$53,800
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$10,760
Source: Variety
 
 
Tuesday, August 21, 1951 - Wednesday, August 29, 1951 (1 Week)
Meet Me After the Show
Starring Betty Grable
and Macdonald Carey
Directed by Richard Sale
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
In Technicolor
87 Minutes

This is Korea
Narrated by Irving Pichel
and John Ireland
Directed by John Ford
A United States Navy Production
In Trucolor
A Republic Pictures Release
50 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Meet Me After the Show" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Wednesday, August 29, 1951 (9 Days)
$42,400
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
9 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $938
$42,400
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$8,440
Source: Variety
 
 
Gala Invitational Premiere, Thursday, August 30, 1951@ 8:30 PM
Regular Engagement: Friday, August 31, 1951 - Thursday, September 27, 1951 (4 Weeks)
David and Bathsheba
Starring Gregory Peck and Susan Hayward
Directed by Henry King
A 20th Century-Fox Picture in Technicolor
116 Minutes
"Continuous Performances - Genral Admission Nights: $1.00 Plus Tax; Weekday Matinees: 85¢ Plus Tax"
Stars attending the Premiere:
Barbara Bates / Anne Baxter / Joan Bennett / Ann Blyth / Scott Brady / Rory Calhoun / Macdonald Carey / Linda Christianson / Robert Cummings / Tony Curtis / Dan Dailey / Bette Davis / Irene Dunne / Vera-Ellen / Rhonda Fleming / Anne Francis / Reginald Gardner / Mitzi Gaynor / Susan Hayward / John Hodiak / Jane Greer / Janet Leigh / Jerry Lewis / William Lundigan / Dianna Lynn / Joyce MacKenzie / Dean Martin / Raymond Massey / Virginia Mayo / Jayne Meadows / Gary Merrill / Constance Moore / George Murphy / Michael O'Shea / Gregory Peck / Jane Powell / Tyrone Power / Mala Power / Ronald Reagan / Michael Rennie / Dale Robertson / Rosalind Russell / Norma Shearer / Ann Sheridan / Constance Smith / Helen Stanley / David wayne / Helen Westcott. Gordon Fisher, Master of Ceremonies
Day and Date:
Globe Theatre, Downtown
Friday, September 21, 1951's ad:
"It's been 6 years since any picture has played 4 weeks at Grauman's!"
(This is not really an accurate claim. "Spellbound" played the Chinese for 5 weeks beginning November 9, 1945, so the claim is short by 2 months - ED)

Reported Gross "David and Bathsheba" @ 80¢ - $1.50
Week
Week Ending
Perfs.
Total Gross
1
Thursday, September 6, 1951
28
$54,700
2
Thursday, September 13, 1951
28
$35,300
3
Thursday, September 20, 1951
28
$24,700
4
Thursday, September 27, 1951
28
$19,700
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
28 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $2,400
--
$134,400
--
Chinese Average Performance: $600
112
--
4 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 50% =
$67,200
Source: Variety

 
Friday, September 28, 1951 - Thursday, October 11, 1951 (2 Weeks)
The Day the Earth Stood Still
Starring Michael Rennie
and Patricia Neal
Directed by Robert Wise
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
92 Minutes

Disc Jockey
Starring Ginny Simms
and Tom Drake
Directed by Will Jason
An Allied Artists Picture
77 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "The Day the Earth Stood Still" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, October 4, 1951
$37,400
2
Thursday, October 11, 1951
$22,200
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
14 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $851
$59,600
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$11,920
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, October 12, 1951 - Thursday, October 18, 1951 (1 Week)
A Millionaire for Christy
Starring Fred MacMurray
and Eleanor Parker
Directed by George Marshall
A Thor Production
A 20th Century-Fox Release
91 Minutes

The Basketball Fix
Starring John Ireland
and Marshall Thompson
Directed by Felix E. Feist
A Jack Broder Production
A Realart Pictures Release
65 Minutes
  "It's Movie Time U.S.A."
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "A Millionaire for Christy" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, October 18, 1951
$21,000
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $600
$21,000
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$4,200
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, October 19, 1951 - Tuesday, October 30, 1951 (2 Weeks)
The Desert Fox
Starring James Mason
and Cedric Hardwicke
Directed by Henry Hathaway
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
88 Minutes

Havana Rose
Starring Estelita Rodriguez
and Bill Williams
Directed by William Beaudine
A Republic Picture
77 Minutes
  "It's Movie Time U.S.A."
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "The Desert Fox" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, October 25, 1951
$46,300
2
Tuesday, October 30, 1951 (5 Days)
$19,300
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
12 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $1,143
$68,600
2 Weeks
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$13,720
Source: Variety
 
Wednesday, October 31, 1951 - Tuesday, November 6, 1951 (1 Week)
Let's Make It Legal
Starring Claudette Colbert
and Macdonald Carey
Directed by Richard Sale
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
77 Minutes

The Wooden Horse
Starring Leo Genn
and David Tomlinson
Directed by Jack Lee
A Snader Productions Release
101 Minutes
  "It's Movie Time U.S.A."
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Let's Make It Legal" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Tuesday, November 6, 1951
$19,900
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $569
$19,900
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 20% =
$3,980
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, November 7, 1951 - Tuesday, November 13, 1951 (1 Week)
Anne of the Indies
Starring Jean Peters
and Louis Jourdan
Directed by Jacques Tourneur
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
In Technicolor
81 Minutes

Journey into Light
Starring Sterling Hayden
and Viveca Lindfors
Directed by Stuart Heisler
A Joseph Bernhard Production
A 20th Century-Fox Release
87 Minutes
  "It's Movie Time U.S.A."
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester



Reported Gross "Anne of the Indies" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Tuesday, November 13, 1951
$25,600
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $914
$25,600
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 25% =
$6,400
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, November 14, 1951 - Tuesday, November 20, 1950 (1 Week)
Love Nest
Starring June Haver
and William Lundigan
Directed by Joseph M. Newman
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
84 Minutes

The Highwayman
Starring Philip Friend
and Charles Coburn
Directed by Lesley Selander
A Jack Dietz Production
In Cinecolor
An Allied Artists Pictures Release
82 Minutes
  "It's Movie Time U.S.A."
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Love Nest" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Tuesday, November 20, 1951
$15,000
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $536
$15,000
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 25% =
$3,750
Source: Variety
 
Wednesday, November 21, 1951 - Tuesday, November 27, 1951 (1 Week)
Golden Girl
Starring Mitzi Gaynor
and Dale Robertson
Directed by Lloyd Bacon
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
In Technicolor
108 Minutes

St. Benny the Dip
Starring Dick Haymes
and Nina Foch
Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer
A Danzinger Ltd. Production
A United Artists Release
80 Minutes
  "It's Movie Time U.S.A."
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Golden Girl" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Tuesday, November 27, 1951
$27,600
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $986
$27,600
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 25% =
$6,900
Source: Variety
 
 
Wednesday, November 28, 1951 - Tuesday, December 4, 1951 (1 Week)
FBI Girl
Starring Cesar Romero
and George Brent
Directed by William Berke
A Jedgar Production
A Lippert Pictures Release
74 Minutes

The Longhorn
Starring Bill Elliott
and Myron Healey
Directed by Lewis D. Collins
A Prontier Picture
"Filmed in Glorious Sepia Tone"
A Monogram Pictures Release
70 Minutes
  "It's Movie Time U.S.A."
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "FBI Girl" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Tuesday, December 4, 1951
$24,700
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $882
$24,700
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 25% =
$6,175
Source: Variety
 
 
Gala Hollywood Premiere, Wednesday, December 5, 1951 @ 8:30 PM
Regular Engagement: Thursday, December 6, 1951 - Thursday, December 13, 1951 (1 Week)
Fixed Bayonets!
Starring Richard Basehart
and Gene Evans
Directed by Samuel Fuller
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
92 Minutes

The Girl on the Bridge
Starring Hugo Haas
and Beverly Michaels
Directed by Hugo Haas
A Hugo Haas Production
A 20th Century-Fox Release
76 Minutes
  Stars attending the Premiere:
Dana Andrews / Richard Basehart / Barbara Bates / Anne Baxter / Joan Bennett / Corinne Calvert / Cyd Charisse / Jeanne Crain / Dan Dailey / Gene Evans / Anne Francis / Mitzi Gaynor / Betty Grable / June Haver / Susan Hayward / Jeff Hunter / Richard Hilton / William Lungdigan / James Mason / Victor Mature / Virginia Mayo / Joyce MacKenzie / Michael O'Shea / Debora Paget / Gregory Peck / Jean Peters / Helene Stanley / David Wayne / Clifton Webb / Richard Widmark / George Jessel, Master of Ceremonies, with Tony Martin and the 93rd Army Band
Premiere Tickets: $2.40 All Proceeds to The War Wounded Fund
Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester


Thursday, December 13, 1951
Oskar Werner (29) and Hildegard Knef (25) Forecourt Ceremonies
 
Reported Gross "Fixed Bayonets!" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, December 13, 1951 (9 Days)
$31,200
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
9 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $867
$31,200
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 25% =
$7,800
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, December 14, 1951 - Thursday, December 20, 1951 (1 Week)
I'll Never Foget You
Starring Tyrone Power
and Ann Blyth
Directed by Roy Ward Baker
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
In Technicolor
90 Minutes

The First Legion
Starring Charles Boyer
and William Demerest
Directed by Douglas Sirk
A Sédif Production
A United Artists Release
86 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "I'll Never Forget You" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Thursday, December 20, 1951
$18,200
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
7 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $643
$18,200
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 25% =
$4,500
Source: Variety
 
 
Friday, December 21, 1951 - Saturday, December 30, 1951 (1 Week)
Elopement
Starring Clifton Webb
and Anne Francis
Directed by Henry Koster
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
82 Minutes

The Hideout
Starring Howard Keel
and Valerie Hobson
Directed by Fergus McDonell
A Constellation Films Production (1949)
A Snader Productions Release
73 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester

Reported Gross "Elopement" @ 70¢ - $1.10
Week
Week Ending
Total Gross
1
Saturday, December 30, 1951 (10 Days)
25,900
Totals
 
Total Gross
All Theatres
10 Days
Chinese Daily Average: $648
25,900
1 Week
Chinese portion of total: 25% =
$6,475
Source: Variety
 
 
Sunday, December 31, 1951 - Tuesday, Janaury 8, 1952 (1 Week)
The Model and the Marriage Broker
Starring Jeanne Crain
and Scott Brady
Directed by George Cukor
A 20th Century-Fox Picture
103 Minutes

Crazy Over Horses
Starring Leo Gorcey
and Huntz Hall
Directed by William Beaudine
A Monogram Picture
65 Minutes
  Day and Date:
Los Angeles Theatre, Downtown
Fox Uptown Theatre, Western and Olympic
Loyola Theatre, Westchester
 
 
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