Today at the Coronet the first of two Barrie plays, as adapted to the needs of the screen, will be presented. 'What Every Woman Knows' is no doubt familiar to the vast majority of theatre-goers as one of the brilliant works. William de Mille is responsible for the present production. Tomorrow, by special desire, 'Sentimental Tommy,' so popular at the Star is due. On Wednesday, a most spectacular production, 'The Third Alarm,' said to contain some astonishing realistic fire scenes, is due. The picture was specially endorsed by the League of Fire Brigades all over America as giving a vivid portrayal.
The Coronet: Two 'Barrie' Pictures
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What Every Woman Knows (View more)
Sentimental Tommy (View more)
The Third Alarm (View more)
Emilie Johnson (story)
Fireman Dan McDowell has been taking care of the fire horses for many years, but when the department becomes motorized, the beloved horses are sold off. Efforts to train Dan to drive the new fire trucks fail, and he's forced to retire.
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