Headline
An Open Letter to All Fathers
Publication Date
1924-07-07
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1924-07-07
Publication Year
1924
Page
5
Times Appeared (Days)
1
Film Projector / Film(s)
My Dad (View more)
Actors
Johnnie Walker
Director
Clifford Smith
Writer
Walter R. Hall (story)
Country
USA
Released
1922-07-23
Runtime
60 min
Genre
Drama
Language
None
Plot
Tom O'Day (Johnnie Walker) is in love with the stepdaughter of the trading post factor, who mysteriously dominates Tom's father. Jealous of Tom, The Factor (Harry Von Meter) exposes the ...
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Summary

Is your son your pal, or does he regard you as a man to be feared? Does he make you the confidant of his troubles, or does he try to keep his boyish scrapes from your notice? These are serious questions, fathers. A father's palship for his son means more to his boy than all the friends in the world. It inspires the youngster with a splendid confidence to face the future. Are you inspiring your son with this confidence? 'My Dad' can't you feel the poignancy, the appeal, the affection all combined in that term of endearment? Would not you like to see, and have your son see, a beautiful exemplification of this term? Then bring your boy to see 'My Dad' at the Coronet. On this night, at 9.15 p.m. only, father and son will be passed into the theatre for one admission price.

Venue(s)
Coronet Theatre (View more)
Address
1 Wyndham St., Central