At the Star Theatre yesterday another success was scored by the Majurel troupe of French artistes from the Folies Bergeres. Performers included Mddle Demay, Sergine and Ludo, Dugard. Booth Tarkington's dynamic society drama 'The Turmoil' will appear at 6 p.m. Tarkington's…
Manager Hugo, of The Star Theatre informed that the big picture 'Enemies of Women' is showing next week. The story was written by Blasco Ibanez, the author of 'The Four Horsemen.' The picture is coming here direct from its most phenomenal run at The Carlton, Shanghai, where…
Booking proceeds apace for the opening and following showing of this great picture. The present picture is 'Sporting Youth' showing until Saturday.
Enemies of Women,' written by the writer of 'The Four Horsemen' Ibanez, starring Lionel Barrymore and Paul Panzer, continue to run at the Star. Film review included.
Enemies of Women,' based on Ibanez's novel, starring Lionel Barrymore, is showing at the Star Theatre. Film plot included.
Enemies of Women,' based on Vicente Blasco Ibanez's novel, starring Lionel Barrymore, Alma Rubens, Pedro de Cordoba, Gareth Hughes, Gladys Hulette, William H. Thompson, William Collier Jr, Paul Panzer, is showing at the Star Theatre. Film synopsis included.
Rigoletto' and 'Il Travatore' by the Italian Grand Opera Co., proved attractive items and charmed all who crowded the theatre. This evening Mary Pickford in 'Tess of the Storm Country' is the offering. Norma Talmadge in 'Ashes of Vengeance' will be screened on…
Little Old New York,' the picture being shown at the Star Theatre, should be equally persuasive as 'Enemies of Women.' The picture starred by Marion Davis. Film plot included.
Sunday and Monday, matinee and night, a big double show: Jack Hoxie in 'The Phantom Horseman' and Jackie Coogan in 'Trouble.' Coming soon, 'Enemies of Women.' October 20 Remarks: Starting tomorrow, Stevenson's thrilling story, 'Treasure Island.'
All this week at 5.30 and 9.15, Vicente Blasco Ibanez presents 'Enemies of Women' featuring Lionel Barrymore and Alma Rubens, distributed by Goldwyn-Cosmopolitan. Prices: matinees, 60 cents and $1.00; night, $1.00 and $1.50. Booking at the Moutrie's and the Star. Book early.…
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 5.30 and 9.15, a gigantic picture, Reginald Denny in 'Sporting Youth.' Starting Sunday matinee, 'Enemies of Women,' the photoplay masterpiece.
Monday and Tuesday, The Majurel Co. in a new programme. Also Booth Tarkington's great human interest drama, 'Turmoil,' companion film to 'The Flirt.' Prices: 5.30, circle and stalls, $1.20 and 60 cents; 9.15, $2.00 and $1.00.
The Coronet: Today, 'Captain Fly-by-Night' and Buster Keaton in 'The Paleface.' Tomorrow at 6 and 9.15, 'The Prisoner of Zenda.' The Star: Today, 'The Kentucky Derby' and 'The Skeleton.' Tomorrow at 6 and 9.15, 'The Flirt.'
Tonight only, Booth Tarkington's masterpiece, 'The Flirt,' a Universal-Jewel production.
At the Coronet: Tonight till Sunday at 2.30, 5.15, 7.15 and 9.15, D. W. Griffith presents Richard Barthelmess in 'The Love Flower.' The Star: Tonight till Saturday at 5.30 and 9.15, Herbert Rawlinson and Eileen Percy in 'The Prisoner.' Tonight at the Grand: Last performance…
Tonight till Saturday at 5.30 and 9.15, Thomas Meighan in 'The City of Silent Men.' Saturday at 5.15, Eddie Polo in 'Cap'n Kidd.'
At 5.30 and 9.15 p.m., last performances of Sir J. M. Barrie's 'What Every Woman Knows.' Today at 2.30, Eddie Polo in 'Captain Kidd.'
Today at 2.30, Eddie Polo in 'Captain Kidd.' 5.30 and 9.15, Thomas Meighan in 'The City of Silent Men.' Sunday at 6 and 9.15 p.m., Dorothy Dalton in 'Guilty of Love,' a Paramount-Artcraft picture by the great British director Harley Knowles [sic].