Headline
Coronet Programme: Everybody in Trouble
Publication Date
1923-12-15
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Publication Year
1923
Page
6
Film Projector / Film(s)
Trouble (View more)
Actors
Jackie Coogan
Director
Albert Austin
Writer
Max Abramson (titles)
Country
USA
Released
1922-08-07
Genre
Comedy
Language
None
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The Boat (View more)
Actors
Buster Keaton
Director
Edward F. Cline
Writer
Buster Keaton
Country
USA
Released
1921-11-20
Runtime
23 min
Genre
Short
Language
None
Plot
Buster and his family go on a voyage on his homemade boat that proves to be one disaster after another.
Rated
Not Rated
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The Eternal Flame (View more)
Actors
Norma Talmadge
Director
Frank Lloyd
Writer
Frances Marion
Country
USA
Released
1922-09-17
Runtime
96 min
Genre
Drama
Language
None
Plot
The Duchess de Langeais has a love affair, as in the novel by H. de Balzac.
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Summary

Everybody's in trouble at the Coronet Theatre just now. First, there's little Jackie Coogan. Then Buster Keaton, who has turned his hand to boat-building. 'Trouble' and 'The Boat' are widely dissimilar in type, but they are both chock full of humour, and should not be missed. The next change of programme is the return of Norma Talmage [sic]. The film is 'The Eternal Flame.' The story is an adaptation of one of Balzac's novels.

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