House Peters, Edith Hallor, Gertrude Claire, Mary Philbin, Russell Simpson, Ramsey Wallace and Geo. Hackathorne in 'Human Hearts.' Illustration included.
Tonight's big picture is 'Out of the Storm' from the story by Gertrude Atherton.
A splendid all-star Benjamin B. Hampton photodrama, 'The Money-Changers,' comes to the Coronet tonight. Using the basic theme of Upton Sinclair's novel, 'The Money-Changers,' Mr. Sinclair and Mr. Hampton wrote a new story for the screen. The cast included Robert McKim,…
Anthony Hope's famous novel, Rupert of Hentzau, was visualised at the Queen's Theatre. The cast included Elaine Hammerstein, Bert Lytell, Lew Cody, Bryant Washburn, Hobart Bosworth, Claire Windsor, Irving Cummings, Mitchell Lewis, Elmo Lincoln, Marjorie Daw, Adolphe Menjou, Nigel De…
A Paramount programme, Ina Claire in 'The Pupper Crown,' in 5 parts, with excellent Comedies.
Sunday and Monday only, Russell Simpson, Barbara Tennant and Gertrude Olmstead in 'The Shadows of Conscience' in seven reels. Picture or illustration included.
The Hughes Comedy Company staged 'The Speculators' at Victoria Theatre. Messrs. Le Blane, F. Vack, and C. Chase, Mr. Reach and Miss Gertrude St. Clair did well in their parts.
Tonight at 5.15 and 9.15, Ina Claire in 'The Puppet Crown,' a Paramount picture.
Tonight at 5.15 and 9.15 p.m., Ina Claire in 'The Puppet Crown,' a Paramount picture.
Today and tomorrow at 5.30 and 9.15 p.m., Claire Windsor in 'To Please One Woman.'
Final show today at 5.15 and 9.15, last chance to see Russell Simpson, Barbara Tennant and Gertrude Olmstead in 'Shadows of Conscience' in seven reels. Starting tomorrow, 'Koenigsmark.'
Tonight for the last time, Star Theatre is going to screen Paramount entertainment, entitled 'To Please One Woman,' featuring Clair [sic] Windsor.
Lovers of romance enjoyed themselves thoroughly last evening when Sir Anthone [sic] Hope's famous novel, 'Rupert of Hentzau,' was visualized at the Queen's Theatre. This photodrama was directed by Victor Heerman. Imagine seeing Elaine Hammerstein, Bert Lytell, Lew Cody,…
Films of Sir J. Forbes-Robertson and Miss Gertrude Elliott have been taken by the Gaumont Film Hire Service. Most of the scenes were 'staged' in the studio. It is stated that 'Hamlet,' when completed, will be about a mile long, and will cost about 10,000 pounds.
Adapted from 'The Tower of Ivory,' the famous novel by Gertrude Atherton, 'Out of the Storm' continues to be shown at the Coronet Theatre. Produced by Samuel Goldwyn and Rex Beach, this photoplay is one of the finest filmed by the Eminent Authors concern.
Coronet Theatre is screening 'Rich Men's Wives' featuring Claire Winsor. The story shows up the hectic life of New York's gay set and the incidents are founded on facts.
At the Kowloon Theatre, there will be shown a five-reel subject 'Brothers Divided' written by Gertrude Andrews, which features Frank Keenan. The work of Wallace MacDonald and Ruth Langston is commendable.