This week, Coronet Theatre is screening a melodrama mixed with humour 'Quincy Adams Sawyer.' Griffith's 'One Exciting Night' is scheduled to follow.
Coronet Theatre is going to screen 'Quincy Adams Sawyer' for the last time today. The next attraction is D. W. Griffith's 'One Exciting Night' featuring Carol Dempster.
Coronet Theatre is going to screen Griffith's 'One Exciting Night' for two more nights.
Coronet Theatre is going to screen 'One Exciting Night' today and tomorrow. 'Thorns and Orange Blossoms' featuring Estelle Taylor, is scheduled to follow.
Star Theatre will be screening a film described as second 'Miracle Man' entitled 'The Faith Healer' featuring Milton Sills who is quite famous among professional cinema people. Griffith's 'One Exciting Night' is scheduled to follow tomorrow.
D.W. Griffith's latest film 'One Exciting Night,' a United Artists release, starring Porter Strong, was shown at the Coronet. This picture is different from 'Orphans of the Storm.' Film plot included.
Mr. Bob Stevenson is offering a splendid programme at the Bijou this week. The sketch 'A Gossip by the Wayside' is the most amusing dialogue between Mr. Stephenson and Miss Ada Rowley. 'The Fisherman's Son' is a magnificent picture story; 'Love and a Motor,' an…
Quincy Adams Sawyer' is providing big draw in Coronet. 'One Exciting Night,' Griffith's mystery film, starring Carol Dempster, will be followed next. Film plot included.
The Coronet is announcing the last two nights of Griffith's mystery film 'One Exciting Night.' Film plot included.
A film described as a second 'Miracle Man' is 'The Faith Healer,' with Milton Sills, which is on today only at the Star. Tomorrow Griffith's 'One Exciting Night' will be shown.
Crowded houses are witnessing the performance nightly at this new place of entertainment. The pictures are quite new and are masterpieces of photographic art. A comfortable seat and interesting pictures are just the two things required.
Miss Rosa Barnes has been engaged by the Alexandra Cinematograph to sing songs appropriate to the pictures thrown on the screen. This is a departure we have not yet had in Hongkong, though it is a feature of cinematograph shows in other parts of the world.