Dawn,' one of the Eleanor H. Porter's most widely read novels, is the attraction at the Hongkong Theatre tomorrow. The producer of the film is J. Stuart Blackton, and in it, Sylvia Breamer and Robert Gordon are starred. Stanley Olmstead adapted the story to the screen. Harry Davenport…
Kowloon Theatre is going to screen 'Dawn,' a J. Stuart Blackton's film version of the novel by Eleanor H. Porter, this evening. Sylvia Breamer and Robert Gordon head a capable cast.
Dawn,' J. Stuart Blackton's film version of the novel written by Eleanor H. Porter, comes to the Kowloon Theatre this evening. It is noted that Sylvia Breamer and Robert Gordon head a capable cast.
Today itill Saturday at 2.30, 5.15, 7.15 & 9.15, Mary Pickford in 'Pollyanna,' from Eleanor H. Porter's novel, screen adaption by Frances Marion, photographed by Charles Rosher. Illustration included. September 5 Remarks: Other ads on page 4 & 7.
Tonight until Tuesday at 5.15 and 9.15 p.m., J. Stuart Blackton presents the charming novel by Eleanor H. Porter, 'Dawn' in 6 parts featuring Sylvia Breamer. Also Harold Lloyd in 'Ring Up the Curtain.' April 9 Remarks: On page 5, another ad. on 'Dawn' only.
The featuring attraction at the Hongkong Theatre today and Monday is a picturization of Eleanor H. Porter's novel, 'Dawn.' It is a Blackton production starring Sylvia Breamer and Robert Gordon, Fanny Rice, Gus Alexander, Eddie Dunn, Margaret Barry and others.
Tonight till Tuesday at 5.15 and 9.15, Sylvia Breamer in the charming novel by Mr. Porter, 'Dawn.' Also Harold Lloyd in 'Ring Up the Curtain.'
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…
A confession of showing the best picture in town tonight, 'I Am Guilty.' Remarks: The ad. didn't mention the theatre's name, but H. W. Ray was the manager of The Coronet.
London, Sept. 29 – People are asking whether Charlie Chaplin will be appearing in a film written by H. G. Wells.
Today till Saturday at 5.15 and 9.15 p.m., 'Three Wise Fools,' adapted by King Vidor, featuring Zasu Pitts, William Haines, Claude Gillingwater, Eleanor Boardman, William H. Crane and Alec Francis. With special music setting at reasonable prices. Illustration included.
H. W. Ray's comment on 'The Disciple,' mentioning the producer, Thos. H. Ince, the director or actor, William S. Hart and his another film, 'Hell's Hinges.'
Today and tomorrow at 5.30 and 9.15, Goldwyn presents Thackeray's 'Vanity Fair' with Mabel Ballin as Becky Sharp, supported by Eleanor Boardman and Hobart Bosworth. From Wednesday till Saturday at 9.15 p.m., 'Our Cabaret.'
9.15 p.m. Tonight - Programme: 'The Rent Day' (comic); 'The Dionnes' (gymnasts); 'Barcelona' (scenic col'd); 'A Ragamuffin's Honour'; 'Blowing up a Mountain'; vaudevilles by Dellie Connor, Glady Porter, and R. H. Stephenson.
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.
A porter at Paddington Station had one of the surprises of his life recently. A taxi-cab drew up near him, and the passenger threw out a suitcase into the street and lurched from the cab. He was a young fellow and looked the worse for drink. Reeling up to the driver, he pushed a couple of…
Uncharted Channels,' the Robertson-Cole production, featuring H. B. Warner, which is the current attraction at the Star Theatre. Mr Warner is supported by Kathryn Adams. Film plot included.