See D. W. Griffith's 'Intolerance' when it opens at the Coronet Theatre on Friday evening next, if you would be amazed and thrilled and fascinated by what has been called the most novel, stupendous and magnificent stage work the world has ever known. One performance will be given daily at 9.15. In 'Intolerance,' Mr. Griffith has achieved the seemingly impossible, for he has literally rebuilt the past and contrasted it with the present. Through four civilisations he reveals love's mighty struggle with intolerance. In its cast, the largest ever assembled for a stage production, are seen, among other film favourites, Mae Marsh, Constance Talmadge, Miriam Cooper, Seena Owen, Lillian Gish, Margery Wilson, Robert Harron, Alfred Paget, Elmo Lincoln, Tully Marshall, Walter Long, etc. Sir. Herbert Tree, De Wolf Hopper, and Douglas Fairbanks also appear. Booking is now open at Robinson's and the production will be shown for three nights only.
D.W. Griffith's 'Intolerance': A Coronet Attraction
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