A History Of Film Exhibition And Reception In Colonial Hong Kong: 1897 To 1925
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Headline: Bijou Theatre
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1916-12-20 - 1916-12-22
Summary:

Fron Dec 19-22, a sensational drama 'The Prisoner of the Abyss' in 4 reels; drama 'The Little Fiddlefaddle' in 2 reels; war, graphic, and comic pictures.

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Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1917-02-17 - 1917-02-17
Summary:

Drama 'Save the Queen' in 5 parts; 'The Vanity Case' in 2 parts; war, graphic and comics.

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Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1917-02-19 - 1917-02-20
Summary:

Drama 'Save the Queen' in 5 parts; 'The Vanity Case' in 2 parts; war, graphic and comics; performance by Sonia Halana commencing Feb 21.

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Headline: Bijou
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1913-01-08 - 1913-01-10
Summary:

All new pictures, 'Two Sets of Keys' (comic by Prince), 'A Generous-Hearted Woman' (drama), 'The Barber's Wife' (comic), 'A Helping Hand' (comic), 'A Day Off' (comic); performances by Barrola, Ada Rowley, Gladys Spencer, and Dolly Swift.

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Headline: Bijou
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1913-01-15 - 1913-01-17
Summary:

The great dramatic picture, 'Greed for Gold,' the scream of laughter by Max Linder and the telephone lady; performances by Ada Rowley, Gladys Spencer, and Dolly Swift; coming: 'The Mysteries of Paris' (from the great work by Eugene Sue).

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Headline: Bijou
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1913-01-22 - 1913-01-24
Summary:

First appearance of the vocalist Miss Cecile Stephano on Sat, 25th inst; tonight's programme: 'Wigs, Wiffles, and A Widow,' 'Motor Race at Dieppe,' 'The Blind Beggar's Daughter,' 'Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race,' and Latest War Views; new turns…

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Headline: Bijou
Newspaper Source: Hong Kong Telegraph
Publication Date: 1913-01-25 - 1913-01-29
Summary:

At 9.15 special monster programme for Burn's anniversary; debut by Cecile Stephano; performance by Dolly Swift; Pathe Frere's Masterpiece, 'The Mysteries of Paris' (length 6000 feet, 4 parts); war scenes, Paris fashions, & comics.