Coming film screening of 'Germinal' (in 5 parts, 8,000 ft), from the novel by Emile Zola
For one week only, commencing Dec 17th, the great powerful film 'Germinal' in 5 parts, 8,000 feet, from the famous novel by Emile Zola; matinee schedule details included.
Commencing tomorrow night the Bijou Theatre presents a special attraction in a film 8000 feet in length, based on Emile Zola's famous novel 'Germinal.' Film plot included. The film is a masterpiece and is well worth a visit.
Commencing Friday, the 17th inst., 'Madonnas and Men,' scene from the B. A. Rolfe production, produced by Jans Pictures Inc. super-picture, Usual prices. Illustration included.
Artcraft picture, 'Under the Greenwood Tree,' is an imposing one, which is to appear at the World Theatre this evening. Taken from H. V. Esmond's stage play, scenario by Adrian Gil-Spear, directed by Emile Chautard and the leading character acted by Elsie Ferguson.
Taken from H. V. Esmond's stage play, scenario by Adrian Gil-Spear, directed by Emile Chautard and the leading character acted by Elsie Ferguson, the comedy drama 'Under the Greenwood Tree' is to appear at the World Theatre tonight. Film synopsis included.
M. Maxime Pathe, of Pathe Freres, Paris, is in Shanghai at present with plans for travelling in the country for several months to improve and expand their present business but admitted that there were lots of difficulties ahead. The Pathe Company was originated by Emile Pathe and Charles Pathe…
Madonnas and Men,' the gigantic masterpiece of the year, with an all-star cast, including Edmund Lowe, Even Burroughs Fontaine, Anders Randolf, Faire Binney, Gustav von Seyffertitz and Raye Dean, scene from the B. A. Rolfe production, produced by Jans Pictures Inc. Watch the opening date.…
Watch for the opening date of 'Madonnas and Men' at the World Theatre. March 15 & 17 Remarks: All-star cast including Edmund Lowe, Evan Burrows [sic] Fontaine, Anders Randolf, Faire Binney, Gustav von Seyffertitz, Raye Dean. Illustrations included. March 17 Remarks: Produced by…
At the Empire Theatre tomorrow the Donnelly troupe will make their debut. Tonight a splendid new film 'Drink' (after Zola's famous novel of that name) will be shown for the first time. The film is no less than 2,500 feet long.
On Jan 6, 25th-27th episodes of 'The Diamond from the Sky' & comics; see the final on Jan 10.
On Jan 10, the magnificent play 'The Absentee' in 6 parts; on Jan 11, 11th and 12th episodes of the 'Mystery of the Double X'; seats reservation details included.
A single picture can be good likeness in a rare case. M. Reynaud invented a toy, known as the 'praxinoscope,' to imitate 'moving picture' as the cinematograph would be too expensive and too unwieldy to show off a collection of one's friends' portraits. The…
On Jan 13, 1st and 2nd episode of 'Mysteries of the Grand Hotel,' a startling detective feature in 12 episodes; continue further episodes on Jan 17, comic films will be screened.
On Jan 4, the thrilling drama 'Battle for Freedom' in 3 parts; comedy 'How Wiffles Cured the Blues' in 2 parts; also 'The Grenadiers of 1915,' 'The Cormorant,' and Pathe's British Gazette; on Jan 7, 'The Poto Champion.'
On Jan 24, 'In the Clutch of the Apache' [sic], a powerful drama in 7 parts, featuring he little child Marie; also comic films; on Jan 27, see 7th and 8th series of the 'Mysteries of the Grand Hotel.'