For variety and general excellence, it would be impossible to surpass the programme supplied by the management of the Victoria Theatre last night and which is being repeated tonight. The films were of a very high standard, while an additional feature was provided by the clever and entertaining turn given by Thurber and Thurber. Of the films, one of very special interest was 'Daddy's Girl,' in which Baby Marie Osborne takes a prominent role. Another film was the deciding General Allenby's entry into Jerusalem. The American Gazette, as usual, proved a most acceptable item. In their turn, which was all too brief, Thurber and Thurber made a distinct hit.
Victoria Theatre: A Splendidly Varied Programme
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