The weekend show at the Bijou consisted of a couple of bright little comics and an Italian drama 'The Remembrances of the Other.' tonight a new programme is introduced, the chief features of which are 'Prisoner 118' and 'Fantomas' (First Series).
A new series of the wonderful Fantomas pictures was shown at the Bijou last night. Professor Gonzales played a violin solo.
Bijou Theatre is showing some very good films tonight, the programme including 'A Wife's Sacrifice' (in five parts) and 'Love's Young Dream.' A magnificent five-part picture 'Save the Queen,' as well as a two-part film 'Honour Before Wealth,'…
Tonight at the Bijou Theatre, a great modern drama will be screened, entitled 'Honour Before Wealth,' in three parts. This is an exceptionally good film and picture lovers should not miss seeing it. The programme also concludes a detective drama entitled 'The Trunk Mystery,'…
Commencing tonight, the Bijou Theatre is screening the first and second episodes of the 'Iron Claw,' a magnificent serial in 20 episodes. Picture lovers should not miss the opportunity of seeing this wonderful Pathe's production.
The Bijou Theatre is showing good pictures tonight including 'A Wife's Sacrifice,' 'Love's Young Dream,' 'Save the Queen' and 'Honour Before Wealth.'
At the Bijou Theatre a modern 3-part drama 'Honour before Wealth' will be screened. The programme includes a detective drama 'The Trunk Mystery' and Keystone Comics.
Commencing tonight the Bijou Theatre is screening the first and second episodes of 'The Iron Claw' a magnificent serial in twenty episodes.
Bijou Theatre has secured good serial films. 'Who is Number One?' is produced by Paramount Company, from the novel of Anna Katherine Green. It is carefully constructed and took 10 months to film. The first two episodes will be shown today. Film synopsis included.
The Bijou Theatre made improvements and the magnificent film 'Who is Number One?'shown was much appreciated.
Paramount believes in finishing what it starts in a serial. 'Who is Number One,' featuring Kathleen Clifford, has features that make it one of the most successful ever screened at the Bijou Theatre