William Fox presents 'Nero' directed by J. Gordon Edwards. February 9 remarks: Baby Peggy in 'Family Secrets.' February 11 remarks: Jacques Gretillat and Violet Mersereau in 'Nero.' February 12 remarks: Charlie Chaplin in 'The Pilgrim.'
Tonight, Coronet Theatre will be screening 'Nero' which was widely famous in the Rivoli Theatre when it was screened there. The film is true to Roman history throughout and is gathering widespread appreciation.
Coronet Theatre is screening the William Fox attraction 'Nero.' Mr. Fox sent Mr. J. Gordon Edwards to Rome so that proper characters and proper atmosphere might be secured.
Coronet Theatre is screening the Fox production 'Nero' which is attracting huge audiences in the theatre. Massive scenes of destruction are exhibited in the picture. Film synopsis included.
Coronet Theatre will be screening 'Nero' for the last time tomorrow.
Jaded movie fans man now experience the Big Thrill. It is called 'Nero' and will be shown at the Coronet Theatre next Monday. Details included.
Nero' the William Fox super special, opens at the Coronet tonight. Written by Charles Sarver and Virginia Tracy, directed by J. Gordon Edwards, 'Nero' discloses a tale of Ancient Rome. Film plot included.
A film review of 'Nero,' the feature which is screening at the Coronet Theatre. Film plot included.
Nero is drawing great crowds at the Coronet. Charles Sarver and Virginia Tracy were the authors of the story. The cast included Jacques Gretillat, Alexander Salvini, Paulett Duval, Edy Darcleo [sic], Violet Mersereau. Film plot included.
Nero' the William Fox powerful master picture, is now showing at the Coronet. Production and plot details included.
Nero!' That has been the catchword of movie fans all week. Nothing but 'Nero' An exception, of course may be made in favour of Wish Wynne, but the Kowloon folk have been monopolising her. And 'Nero' is at the Coronet. Film plot included.
Not only will the Coronet maintain the standard of films it has been showing in the past, but it will show even bigger films in the immediate future. Just cast an eye over the following list: 1st, from United Artists, we have 'Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall,' 'A Woman of Paris,…
William Fox presents 'Nero,' staged by J. Gordon Edwards, story by Charles Sarver and Virginia Tracy, showing Monday next. Illustration included.
Today till Saturday at 2.30, 5.15 and 9.15, William Fox presents Jacques Gretillat and Violet Mersereau in 'Nero' in 15 massive reels with special musical setting. Prices: 2.30 p.m., $1.20 and 60 cents; 5.10 and 9.15, $2.00 and $1.00. 7.30 p.m. only, Baby Peggy in 'The Family…
Today till Saturday at 2.30, 5.15 and 9.15, William Fox presents 'Nero.' 7.30 p.m. only, Charlie Chaplin in 'The Pilgrim.'
Looking back over all the big spectacular pictures we have shown at the Coronet and not forgetting 'Hearts of the World,' 'My Four Years in Germany,' 'Intolerance,' 'Man-Woman-Marriage,' 'Orphans of the Storm,' 'The Four Horsemen,'…
Today till Saturday, William Fox's 'Nero.'
Tomorrow at 6 and 9.15, there will be two deluxe performances at the Coronet of 'Nero' when the wonderful musical score will be interpreted by an orchestra of twenty-four, consisting of piano, organ, 8 violins, viola 2 cellos, base, 2 flutes, 2 clarinets, oboe, 2 cornets, 2 trombones,…
Jaded movie fans may now experience the big thrill! It is called 'Nero,' and will be shown at the Coronet Theatre today. As the idea of the stupendous cast may be gleaned from the fact that in one scene 65,000 people were employed. Most spectacular films resort to artifice for their…
See Venice and die' is an old adage. See 'Nero' at the Coronet and sigh – for the chance of seeing again. 'Nero' is a spectacle that cannot be forgotten. Film synopsis included. The photographing was done in Italy, with the actual localities of the story as the scenes.…