This Day In History: 1942-03-13
The Ramsey theatre reopened under new management. The theatre had been entirely redecorated for the occasion. The opening bill was a double feature of “Suspicion” with Cary Grant as a wastrel husband and Joan Fontaine in her first role since “Rebecca”, and “Henry Alderich for President” starring Jimmy Lydia, June Presser and Mary Anderson. As Superman cartoon completed the bill. At other local theaters you could have caught Jimmy Cagney and Brenda Marshall in “Captains of the Clouds” at the Lafayette, Errol Flynn as Custer in “They Died With their Boots on” and a second feature “Holt of the Secret Service, at the Strand, both in Suffern, and “Bahama Passage” with Madeline Carroll and Stirling Hayden at the Warner, in Ridgewood.