Tonight, 'The Pointsman's Daughter' (drama); 'Mama Is Asleep' (comedy in 2 parts); 'The Iron Claw,' 11th and 12th episodes (2 parts each).
Thomas H. Ince presents Dorothy Dalton in 'Back of the Man,' and Comedies.
Tonight, Ann Murdock in 'Envy,' one of the 'Seven Deadly Sins.' The most Romantic series ever produced.
Tonight, McClure Pictures Corporation presents Nance O'Neil in 'Greed.' Second episode of the 'Seven Deadly Sins.'
Tonight, Charlotte Walker in 'Sloth,' one of the 'Seven Deadly Sins.'
Tonight, McClure Pictures presents the most famous dramatic star in 'Passion' a five-part photoplay of modern life. One of 'Seven Deadly Sins.'
Tonight, H. B. Warner in an interesting story in five parts, 'Wrath' and one of 'The Seven Deadly Sins.'
Tonight, McClure Pictures presents Shirley Mason in 'The Seventh Sin,' one of the deadliest of 'Seven Deadly Sins.'
J. Stuart Blackton presents Sylvia Breamer in 'Dawn,' in 6 parts. Also, Harold Lloyd in 'Ring Up the Curtain.'
Thomas H. Ince presents Dorothy Dalton in 'Love Letters,' a Paramount picture. At 7.15 p.m., 'Dawn' in 6 parts.
Paramount presents the irresistible Marguerite Clark in a unique photo-play 'Out of the Drifts' and Roscoe 'Fatty' Arbuckle in 'Moonshine.'
Sylvia Breamer and Robert Gordon appear at the Hongkong Theatre today and Monday in their second Blackton production for distribution by Pathe. It is 'Dawn,' a photo-dramatisation of the novel of the same name by Eleanor H. Porter, author of 'Pollyanna,' 'The Road to…
The Hongkong Theatre is screening today a beautiful drama in five reels in which the well-known star Dorothy Delton [sic] takes the leading role in 'Love Letters.' It is a high-class Paramount picture. A comedy entitled 'On the Beach at Waikiki' will as be screened as well,…
At the Hongkong Theatre, the weekend attraction is one of the best films that has ever been shown at this popular house. 'Out of the Drifts,' written by Wm. H. Clifford, is a beautiful drama in six parts, the starring role being played by Marguerite Clark. Film synopsis included.
This week's programme at the Hongkong Theatre is an attractive one. Dorothy Dalton will be seen in a magnificent drama entitled 'Back of the Man' in five parts, concluding with various comedies. At 7.15 p.m., 'The Screaming Shadow' will be continued.