It is announced by the Coronet management that with every ticket for a reserved seat at the theatre during the next two weeks will be given a form containing a list of hundred of the outstanding pictures that have been shown at the Coronet up to date. From this list, patrons are invited to vote for what they consider the best twenty pictures, and the fortunate person who succeeds most nearly in gauging the general consensus of opinion will receive a prize of $100. There will be also other prizes. By means of this popular plebiscite, Coronet management hopes to enlist the help of the patrons in mapping out the future time table. Apart from the event, 'Through the Back Door' with Mary Pickford will be seen for the last time today. It will be replaced by 'Steelheart' tomorrow. Douglas Fairbanks' 'When the Clouds Roll By' will arrive on Monday.
Coronet's Competition: What Pictures Do You Like Best?
Film Projector / Film(s)
Through the Back Door (View more)
Alfred E. Green
Gerald C. Duffy
When her mother remarries, a young Belgian girl is left behind with her nurse, but when Germany invades the country, she is sent to America to find her mother.
Steelheart (View more)
Bradley J. Smollen
When the Clouds Roll by (View more)
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