PAVILION. SELSEY. BRODERICK CRAWFORD and Claire Trevor star in "STOP, YOU'RE KILLING ME," a gangster comedy re-creating Damon Runyon's famous underworld characters. Well interspersed with songs and dances, the story concerns Remo Marko, an underworld overlord who decides to go straight after the entreaties of 'his devoted wife and daughter. Unfortunately, a stolen fortune is planted in his house, together with four dead bodies, while a gangster hides in the attic. In the comedy-drama. "TROUBLE ALONG THE WAY," John Wayne portrays a tough married man who is left to look after his young daughter when deserted by his wife. He has little interest in life until a welfare officer, portrayed by Donna Reed, turns up to make inquiries about the child. Steve Cochran stars In "THE LION AND THE HORSE." The outdoor action story is about a cowboy and his horse who flee to the country to evade the law. Man and horse battle side by side against all manner of obstacles until the climax when Wildfire protects his master in a thrilling fight with an escaped circus lion which has been ravaging the countryside. During February, matinees will be held on Fridays at 2.15 p.m.