To the movie patrons of this Colony comes the announcement that 'Brass,' a screen adaptation of the powerful novel of the same name by Charles G. Norris, will be shown here at the World Theatre. The novel discusses marriage and divorce from all angles. The transposition of the story to the silver screen will therefore be welcomed. An added factor in the appreciation is that fact that Monte Blue, the popular leading man, has the featured role, with Marie Prevost. 'Brass,' a Warner Brothers Classic of the Screen, is the story of a young married couple. Others in this cast are Harry Myers, Vera Lewis, Irene Rich, Frank Keenan, Miss DuPont, Margaret Seddon, Helen Ferguson, Edward Jobson, Harvey Clerk [sic], Cyril Chadwick, Pat O'Malley, Gertrude Bennett and Ethel Grey Terry. The production was made by Harry Rapf, and the direction is by Sidney Franklin.
The World Theatre: Monte Blue and Marie Prevost
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Sada Cowan (titles)
With her marriage on the verge of breaking up, a young wife attempts to win back the love of her husband and child.
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