A description of the film of the fight between Carpentier and Cook in the Albert Hall, which was screened in Coronet Theatre.
Hongkong residents can now see the famous fight between Carpentier and Cook through the eye of the camera at the Coronet Theatre this evening.
Tonight at The Coronet.
The Coronet: Tonight and Tomorrow, 'Her Beloved Villain,' and Carpentier-Cook Fight. Kowloon Theatre: Tonight at 9 p.m., Balloon Dance. Tickets $1. Balloon 10 cents.
The Coronet: Tonight, Saturday and Monday, 'I Am Guilty.' Kowloon Theatre: Tonight and Tomorrow, Carpentier Cook Fight, and Wanda Hawley in 'Her Beloved Villain.'
The Coronet: Tonight, last two nights of Carpentier-Cook Fight film and Wanda Hawley in 'Her Beloved Villain.' Kowloon Theatre: Tonight at 9.15 p.m., 'Blind Husbands.'
The Coronet: Tonight and Tomorrow, last two nights of Carpentier-Cook [sic] Fight film and Wanda Hawley in 'Her Beloved Villain.' Kowloon Theatre: Tonight at 5.45 and 9.15 p.m., 'Go and Get Ti' [sic].
Coronet Theatre is going to screen the film which includes the fight between Carpentier and Cook in London last month, this evening. In the film, the camera is given special vantage point such that all the moves and blows are clearly filmed.
Much interest has been aroused over a film of Mr. Lloyd George's life, which is just being completed. The story was written by Sir Sidney Low, lecturer on Imperial and Colonial history, King's College, University of London, and made into a film by the well-known producer, Mr. Maurice…
The film showing the famous Carpentier-Cook fight, and Realart's comedy 'Her Beloved Villain,' featuring Wanda Hawley, comes to the Coronet Theatre this evening.
The film portraying the life story of Mr. Lloyd George introduces a new phase in the cinema. The producers consider that the history symbolizes the spirit of the Allies. It was expected that the film would be completed in October.
This evening the Coronet Theatre gives its last screening of the great fight film showing the contest between Cook and Carpentier in London last month. Meanwhile, the Realart comedy 'Her Beloved Villain,' in which Wanda Hawley plays the leading role, also makes its last appearance at…
George Arliss in 'The Ruling Passion' at the Coronet today and tomorrow. Photo included.
Carpenter[sic] Cook Fight.
The proprietor of the hotel has already spent $12,000 in throughly renovating and refurnishing the premises. A piece of vacant ground adjoining the hotel may convert into an Open-Air Skating Rink, Bowling Alley or Open-Air Cinematograph Show, etc.
Harold Lockwood and May Allison in 'The Promise.' Billy West in 'The Chief Cook.'
The Ruling Passion,' in which George Arliss takes the principal role, will be shown at the Coronet Theatre today. It is noted that George Arliss has previous been appeared on the screen in 'Disraeli.' Film synopsis included.
Tonight, Harold Lockwood and May Allison in 'The Promise' and Billy West in 'The Chief Cook.'
Another incident had been added to the 'Lloyd George' film. The counterfeit 'Lloyd George' was conducted by a torchlight procession through the street of Carnarvon, and pictures were taken the reproduction of the declaration of the poll in 1892, when the Prime Minister was re…