The Victoria Cinematograph has a store of Captain Bruce Bairnsfather's cartoons. These films which have been reproduced from Bairnsfather's 'Fragments from France' in the 'Bystander.' Captain Bruce Bairnsfather himself appears upon the screen.
Iron Claw' had to be interrupted owing to unavoidable delay. 'Greed' is still proceeding. New War pictures together with some good comics made a good programme. 'Via Wireless' will be screened from Friday, adapted from the play by Winchell Smith and Paul Armstrong,…
Tonight, 'The Spirit of France,' a story of the love that lies in the heart of every Frenchman for this glorious country in 5 parts. Also Captain Bruce Bairnsfather's cartoons, series 3 and American Gazette No. 52. Booking at Anderson's.
A story of the love that lies in the heart of every Frenchman for his glorious country, 'The Spirit of France' in 5 parts; Captain Bruce Bairnsfather's Cartoons, series 3; American Gazette No. 52.
Gladys Hulette in 'The Streets of Illusion'; Captain Bruce Bairnsfather's Cartoons, series 2; American Gazette No. 51.
The Italian War film 'From the Mountains to the Sea' was exhibited in aid of Italian War Charities at the Victoria Theatre. The pictures were beautifully tinted and different from the 'Battle of the Somme' and the 'Battle of the Ancre.' By special request a…
From May 3-6, 15th and 16th episodes of 'The Fatal Ring,' 'The Dagger Duel' and 'The Double Disguise'; 'Fragments from France,' Captain Bruce Bairnsfather's cartoons.
Tonight, 'Fragments from France,' Captain Bruce Bairnsfather's cartoons, series 2.
A special four-day feature now, a Kentucky drama flavoured with romance, 'Forbidden Valley' with May McAvoy and Bruce Gordon.
The striking picture showing the movement of the horse is a Pathe Freres colour production 'The Horse.' The 15th and 16th episodes of the 'Fatal Ring' become increasingly interesting. And also Captain Bruce Bairnsfather's Cartoon with American and British Gazettes.
World Theatre is going to screen Blackton-Pathe production, 'The House of the Tolling Bell,' on Friday, the 14th, inst. The photoplay is featuring Bruce Gordon and May McAvoy, the star of 'Man and His Woman.' Film synopsis included.
Today at 5.15 and 9.15 p.m., May McAvoy and Bruce Gordon in 'Forbidden Valley.' 2.30 p.m. and 7.15 p.m., 'The White Horseman' episodes 14 and 15. Usual prices. Booking at the theatre.
Last performances, today at 5.15 and 9.15 p.m., May McAvoy and Bruce Gordon in 'The House of the Tolling Bell.' 2.30 p.m. and 7.15 p.m., 'Branded Four' episodes 12 and 13. Usual prices. Booking at the theatre.
Today at 5.15 p.m. and 9.15 p.m., last performances of May McAvoy and Bruce Gorden in 'The House of the Tolling Bell.' At 2.30 and 7.15 p.m. performances, 'Branded Four' epis. 12 and 13. Usual prices. Booking at the Theatre.
By special request 'De Luxe Annie' is to be repeated tonight at the Coronet Theatre. Friday will be the last performance of 'Dodging a Million.' On Tuesday next, 'The Better ‘Ole' will be shown. It was produced in England, and written by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather…
May McAvoy and Bruce Gordon in 'The House of the Tolling Bell,' a Blackton production, commencing Friday, 14th at The World for three days only. Illustration included.
Tonight, Gladys Hulette in 'The Streets of Illusion.' Also Captain Bairnsfather's cartoons, series 2 and American Gazette No. 51. Booking at Anderson's.
11th, 12th and 13th June, Edwin Arden in 'Simon, the Jester' in 5 parts. Also 'Love and Duty,' a screaming comedy, and Captain Bairnsfather's cartoons. Booking at Anderson's.
The Seven Pearls' was shown at the Victoria Theatre. The programme contained 'Lonesome Luke' comedies, the British Gazette including several of the famous Bairnsfather cartoons and excellent music provided by the orchestra. On Sunday next episodes of 'Judex?' [sic] will…
Tuesday saw the commencement of the world renowned play by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather and Captain Arthur Eliot entitled 'The Better ‘Ole.' This film has the distinction of not only eclipsing all English records for a photoplay, but also of having made more money for the Strand Theatre…