The five-part picture 'The Angel Factory' which was shown last night and will be shown again tonight at the Victoria Theatre is one that cannot fail to make a great appeal to the picture-going public. A better title might have perhaps been chosen for this fine film as it gives a rather different idea to what the picture really conveys. But from the start to the finish there is not a dull moment in all the five parts, and it is with regret that the audience sees the last flicker on the screen. The acting in the picture is superb. Tonight will be the last chance the public will have of seeing this fine picture. The excellent programme concluded with a very laughable picture entitled 'The Masher's Mishap.'
Victoria Theatre: A Splendid Five-part Film
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The Angel Factory (View more)
Lawrence B. McGill
Lucien Hubbard (story)
In the slums of New York, David Darrow runs a settlement house called "The Angel Factory" in which he tries to help those oppressed by tenement life. In the course of his work, Darrow meets...
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