Headline
Welcome Stranger': Stage Success now on Screen - A Sparkling Comedy of Jewish Enterprise
Publication Date
1925-05-01
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Publication Year
1925
Page
7
Film Projector / Film(s)
Welcome Stranger (View more)
Actors
Dore Davidson
Director
James Young
Writer
H.H. Caldwell (titles)
Country
USA
Released
1924-08-24
Runtime
70 min
Genre
Comedy
Plot
A stereotypical Jew Isadore Solomon (Dore Davidson), along with his daughter, Essie (Virginia Brown Faire), arive in a small, predominantly Christian New England town. The discriminating ...
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Humoresque (View more)
Actors
Gaston Glass
Director
Frank Borzage
Writer
Fannie Hurst (story)
Country
USA
Released
1920-05-30
Runtime
60 min
Genre
Drama
Language
None
Plot
Young Leon Kanter dreams of being a great violinist. His parents scrape up the money for a violin and for lessons, and Leon rewards them by becoming a great player. But as an adult, Leon ...
Awards
2 wins.
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Summary

Welcome Stranger,' a sensational Broadway stage success of a few years back, made into a photoplay under the direction of James Young, and released by Producers' Distributing Corp., comes to the Coronet Theatre today. As a stage play, 'Welcome Stranger' gave George Sidney one of the greatest characterizations. In the screen adaptation, Dore Davidson, who made a distinct personal hit in 'Humoresque,' plays the role made famous by Sidney. Film synopsis included. The cast includes Florence Vidor, Virginia Brown Faire, Noah Beery, Lloyd Hughes, Robert Edeson, William V. Mong and Otis Harlan.

Type
Venue(s)
Coronet Theatre (View more)
Address
1 Wyndham St., Central