Written on the Wind
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The hit Universal film, Written on the Wind, had a holiday opening in Chicago on Christmas Day, Tuesday, Dec. 25, 1956, at the United Artists theatre (Randolplh at Dearborn---sadly, no longer standing). The film had a good run, and ran until Tuesday, February 5, 1957.

Chicago Tribune, Saturday, December 1, 1956, p. 15, c. 6:


In the new picture "Written on the Wind," which will open in Chicago soon, the Four Aces, who have won many honors singing title tunes from motion pictures, sing "Written on the Wind." They hope it will pass "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" and "Three Coins in the Fountain."

same paper, Saturday, December 22, 1956, s. 1, p. 12, c. 7:


Another movie making big noise via the song routes, is "Written on the Wind," which opens at the United Artists on Christmas day. The Four Aces sing the title tune from the picture and they have a recording out of it on the Decca label . . .

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