Today 2.30, children's matinee, 'The Eagle's Talons.' Tonight at 5.30 and 9.15, farewell performance of Irene West and her Royal Hawaiians, 'A Night in Old Hawaii,' phenomenal instrumentalists, vocalists and dancers, including the world-famous, Princess Helen. In conjunction with an exceptionally good picture programme, Clair Windsor in 'What's Worth While' and Felix the Cat in a Pat Sullivan scream. Sunday, Zena Keefe and Jack Crosby in 'Let's Be Fashionable.'
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The Eagle's Talons (View more)
What's Worth While? (View more)
A poor, lonely bootblack with little money and fewer prospects one day meets Sophie, the girl of his dreams, and they both fall in love. However, her father is dead set against their ...
Let's Be Fashionable (View more)
Mildred Considine (story)
A nice young couple moves to a community where the bonds of matrimony are not held in much respect and where it is fashionable to carry on with one not one's spouse.
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