The first 1920 production to be shown on a local screen will be presented at the Coronet tonight in 'Lord and Lady Algy,' Goldwyn's adaption of the famous play by R. C. Carton. The cast included Tom Moore, Naomi Childers and William Burress. Film synopsis included. In addition, the Coronet is also screening an interesting British Gazette and Snub Pollard's third comedy, 'It is a hard life.' The high price that has to be paid for Goldwyn productions compels the management to increase prices, but there is no doubt that all who see the show will realise that the increase is justified.
The Coronet: Lord and Lady Algy
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Edfrid A. Bingham (scenario)
Lord and Lady Algy separate on cordial terms, after he breaks his promise not to gamble again on the horses. When the wife of soap magnate Brabazon Tudway, is courted by Algy's philandering...
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