Highly appreciative of the good fare offered have been the large audiences that have assembled at the Coronet during the holidays to see Goldwyn's delightful screen version of R. C. Carton's sporting comedy 'Lord and Lady Algy.' With this picture, the Coronet is inaugurating a season of super-productions, and that if the six films already booked draw the numbers that they anticipate, the same high standard will be maintained. Film synopsis included. The cast included Tom Moore and Naomi Childers. There is also a delicious Snub comedy and an interesting British Gazette.
The Coronet Theatre: 'Lord and Lady Algy'
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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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