The Salon Cinema Theatre, Wyndham Street, is now in working order. The building had been thoroughly renovated and made fireproof in all its parts. All seats have a clear view of the stage, and to effect this improvement the walls have been considerably raised, also the floor at the entrance.…
London, Sept. 29 – People are asking whether Charlie Chaplin will be appearing in a film written by H. G. Wells.
Mr. Willis G. West, considered one of America's premier comedians, is the leading dispenser of fun with Banvard's All American Musical Comedy Co., which will be shown again at the theatre Royal. Mr. West's theatrical career has been wide and varied, covering musical comedy, drama…
Today till Saturday at 5.30 and 9.15, Theatrical Enterprises (Maurice E. Benson and Alec Ross) have the honour to present 'The Epic of Everest,' photographed by Captain J. B. L. Noel, F. R. G. S. Prices: $2.00 and $1.00. Booking at Moutrie's and the Theatre. Film review included…
Dorothy Dalton in 'Flare-Up Sal,' by J. G. Hawks, Billy West in 'Going Straight,' and Paramount Gazette at usual prices.
About the St. George's Day's programme yesterday, Mr. J. J. Blake and Mr. G. R. Weis opened a new cinematograph theatre in which the star film was 'Under entirely new Management,' a screaming farce. Of course the great favourite of filmdom could not be absent on such an…
Coming screening of Pathe's 'The New Adventures of J. Rufus Wallingford' in 14 episodes, featuring Burr McIntosh, Lolita Robertson and Max Tigman, from the stories of George Randolph Chester; Photos included
Tomorrow: Screening of Pathe's 'The New Adventures of J. Rufus Wallingford' in 14 episodes, featuring Burr McIntosh, Lilita Robertson and Max Tigman, from the stories of George Randolph Chester; Photos included
Tonight: Screening of Pathe's 'The New Adventures of J. Rufus Wallingford' in 14 episodes, featuring Burr McIntosh, Lilita Robertson and Max Tigman, from the stories of George Randolph Chester; Photos included
A society has just been formed which will ensure screening of films with certain aesthetic standards. Among its members are Mr. Roger Fry, Mr. Maynard Keynes, Mr. Bernard Shaw, and Mr. H. G. Wells. Sunday afternoon performances will be given at the Tivoli of pictures with pretensions to…
Today till Saturday at 5.30 and 9.15, Theatrical Enterprises (Maurice E. Benson and Alec Ross) have the honour to present 'The Epic of Everest,' photographed by Captain J. B. L. Noel, F. R. G. S. Prices: $2.00 and $1.00. Booking at Moutrie's and the theatre.
A best man with a revolver is one of the exciting features of the drama 'Time, Locks and Diamonds,' [sic] at the Hongkong Theatre. It is a five-reel picture by John Lynch and J. G. Hawks, in which William Desmond appears. Film plot included.
The World Theatre is showing a picture 'Rich Girl, Poor Girl,' in which the famous star Gladys Walton takes the leading role. In addition, J. G. Hawks has fashioned his tale after the manner of Mark Twain's 'Prince and the Pauper.'
Below the Deadline,' is the Star Attraction commencing today, which is starred by J. B. Warner and Bert Sprotte.
Mr. J. B. Suttor is to lecture in the St. Andrew's Hall, City Hall, this afternoon before the Odd Volumes Society. The lecture, which will be illustrated by cinematograph pictures, is on Australian life, and H. E. the Governor will preside.
A new book by H. G. Wells or a new play by J. M. Barrie is not looking forward to with a keener nor more pleasant sense of anticipation than, in the moving picture world. 'Grandma's Boy,' starring Harold Lloyd, is the latest feature to be shown in the Coronet.
Below The Deadline,' is now running at Star Theatre, which is starred by J. B. Warner and Bert Sprotte. Short review included.
The schedule of complimentary performance at the Victoria Theatre on Friday is provided. The entertainment is given by Messrs Ramos and Ramos to their popular manager, Mr. J. Blake. Comic pictures 'Bobby Pulls the Trigger' and 'Love, Luck & Gasoline' will be shown.
Male and Female' is the screen version of the Admirable Crichton by Sir J. M. Barrie. It is a nine-part special by Cecil B. DeMille.
Capt. J. B. L. Noel, who operated the Film entitled 'The Epic of Everest,' will allow you to gaze upon the strange scene in the Monastery courtyard. It will move on the screen in the Star Theatre. Production details included. Booking at Moutries.