Everybody has read about the wonders of Wembley and most people have seen photographs of the different pavilions. Both the printed word and the snapshot, however, give only a partial idea of the magnificent Exhibition. To fully appreciate this great Empire display, one must see the movie picture, showing at the Coronet Theatre for the last time today. The film gives a unique view of the pageantry when the King declared the Exhibition open to the fluttering of flags and the crash of massed bands. Also showing at the Coronet Theatre for the last time this evening is the charming romance called 'The Silent Voice' or 'The Man Who Played God,' featuring George Arliss. Film plot included. The film is a story that would be hard to beat, a fact not surprising when it is remembered that it has already achieved fame as a book and as a stage play.
Come to Wembley: At the Coronet
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