Headline
Queen's Theatre: 'Under Oath'
Publication Date
1924-12-30
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Publication Year
1924
Page
6
Film Projector / Film(s)
Under Oath (View more)
Actors
Elaine Hammerstein
Director
George Archainbaud
Writer
Edward J. Montagne (screenplay)
Country
USA
Released
1922-08-06
Runtime
50 min
Genre
Drama
Language
None
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Summary

Under Oath,' starring Elaine Hammerstein, which comes to the Queen's Theatre for today and tomorrow only, is a remarkably interesting study of the struggle constantly taking place between the newly rich and the old established order of aristocrats who have held their place in the social sphere for a number of generations. In this production written by Edward J. Montagne, Elaine Hammerstein is the symbol of a refined and wealthy aristocracy. Pitted against her is a Wall Street millionaire, played by Mahlon Hamilton. In addition to the picture, Miss Jenny Kira will dance her Egyptian and Oriental dances, which originated with the Keith Circuit in the United States. Miss Kira is the first Filipino Oriental dancer.

Type
Venue(s)
Queen's Theatre (View more)
Address
31 Queen's Road Central, Central