Performance by 'Abbott and Martell'; See Jackie Sauders in Pathe's 'The Love of A Maid'; Keystone Comics: 'Muddy Romance' and 'The Baggage Smasher'
Screening of Jackie Sauders' 'Grip of Evil' (3rd & 4th episodes) and 'Annals of the War'; Coming film: Pathe's 'Mystery of the Double Cross'
Tonight: Performance by 'Abbott and Martell'; See Jackie Sauders in Pathe's 'The Love of A Maid'; Keystone Comics: 'Muddy Romance' and 'The Baggage Smasher'
Tonight: Screening of Jackie Sauders' 'Grip of Evil' (3rd & 4th episodes) and 'Annals of the War'; Coming film: Pathe's 'Mystery of the Double Cross'
Who does not love Jackie Coogan? Certainly, everybody who has seen him in his latest triumph, 'My Boy,' which is showing at the Star Theatre today and tomorrow. Jackie takes the role of a forlorn little orphan in this picture.
Jackie Coogan competing with a monkey for the edification of a crowd of onlookers is one of the delightfully funny scenes in 'My Boy,' a First National attraction starring this little genius, which is now at the Coronet Theatre. Film plot included.
Queen's Theatre is screening Jackie Coogan's 'Circus Days,' this week. The film features Jackie Coogan. Film synopsis included.
Recently, Jackie Coogan sailed to Southampton, where he was welcomed by the mayor of the town, Alderman W. Mouland. On his way to England, Jackie saw a film of his latest picture 'Robinson Crusoe Jun' [sic]. Mr. Mouland informed Jackie about the contribution he has made by his appeals…
Jackie Coogan could earn his living as a butler. He demonstrates this in 'My Boy,' an Associated First National attraction, which is showing at the Coronet today. 'My Boy' is one of the most appealing stories ever filmed. Jackie Coogan can never be forgotten as the little…
Following up the run of big pictures recently shown at the Star, comes the announcement of the booking of Jackie Coogan in 'Trouble.' This picture will be shown today only. Little Master Coogan always pleases, and in the present film, he is considered to be at his best.
Jackie Coogan in his latest picture entitled 'Circus Days' which comes to at the Queen's Theatre today. Film plot included.
Jackie Coogan in his latest picture entitled 'Circus Days' which opened at the Queen's Theatre last night. Film plot included.
Coronet Theatre is currently screening 'Trouble' featuring Jackie Coogan. Film synopsis included. For the rest of the bill, Buster Keaton is responsible for the rest of the bill.
Little Jackie Coogan breaks into the plumbing business in his latest picture 'Trouble,' while Buster Keaton provides his adventure in 'The Boat.'
(Our Own Correspondent) Amoy, 25th May – The British community gave an 'At Home' at the Amoy Club to all other nationals, who joined in, helping to make the evening a great success. The latest moving pictures of Charlie Chaplin and Jackie Coogan were thrown on the screen. After the…
Athens, Oct. 7 – Jackie Coogan, movie star, was decorated today by the Greek Government with the medal of an officer of the Order of George in recognition of humanitarian work in connection with the orphan relief work in America. Troops helped the police handle the crowds at the ceremony. – Ass…
Those who see Jackie Coogan in 'Trouble,' his newest National attraction, at the Coronet Theatre this week, probably never will forget the courtroom scene. Film synopsis included. There are only two brief subtitles during his recital, which occupies about ten minutes of the picture…
As the hero of a circus, Jackie Coogan, a bareback riding clown, is the envy of all small boys this week in his new First National picture, 'Circus Days,' showing for the last time today at the Queen's Theatre. Film synopsis included.
Next week, Coronet Theatre will be screening a First Nation [sic] attraction entitled 'Trouble' featuring Jackie Coogan and Queenie. The duo was also featured in 'Peck's Bad Boy.' The play has been compared to 'The Kid.' Film synopsis included.
The homecoming of Jackie Coogan as the conquering hero of a circus furnishes one of the brightest bits in his production of 'Circus Days,' playing at the Queen's Theatre this week. Film synopsis included.