The Misfit Wife,' a Metro production featuring Alice Lake, was seen last night at the Queen's Theatre. Other cast included Forrest Stanley, Leota Lorraine, Edward Martindel, Jack Livingston, Graham Pettie, Frederick Vroom, Billy Gettinger, Jim Blackwell, Helen Pillsbury.
Frank Mayo, and his supporting players were in the screen drama entitled 'Dr. Jim' which will be shown at the World Theatre this weekend. The film directed by William Worthington, written by Eugene B. Lewis based on the original story of Stuart Paton. Other than this, the programme…
Alice Lake is to be seen in a new role at the Queen's Theatre today when the new Metro special, 'The Misfit Wife.' Other case included Forrest Stanley, Jack Livingston, Graham Pettie, Edward Martindel, Frederick Vroom, Billy Gettinger, Jim Blackwell, Leota Lorraine and Helen…
At the Victoria Theatre on Thursday night, Billy Eldid and troupe made their first appearance in Hongkong before a very good house. The great boxing burlesque, 'Jim Flynn v. Jack Johnson,' was truly a masterpiece in the fistic art. Messrs. Ramos and Ramos are showing some splendid…
The Victoria Theatre is showing a championship boxing bout, Jack Johnson versus Jim Flynn, and other interesting programmes. Also, a picture in 10 parts depicting the loves and labours of the three heroes in Alexander Dumas' famous work 'The Three Musketeers.'
There are two well-known film men, who intend taking actual pictures of a tiger hunt in which they will engage, in Hongkong at the present time. These two film men are Messrs. L. C. Hutt and F. M. Blackwell, who are both star operators for the Pathe company.
English sportsmen think Johnson is a lucky man to get such an offer to box Jim Flynn. A matter £6200 for appearance and a third of the moving picture profits would tempt anyone.
As mentioned, three well-known members of the Pathe Company are in Hongkong waiting for a boat to take them to the Malay States and India, where they are to take moving pictures of wild animal life. In addition, Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell shared their future plans, and the details are listed.
Tonight at 5.15 and 9.15 p.m., Wilfred Lucas in 'Jim Bludso,' adapted from the poems by John Hay.
The Misfit Wife,' a Metro production featuring Alice Lake, was seen last night at the Queen's Theatre. It was the performance of Alice Lake as Katie Molly that counted most in the picture's success. The cast includes Forrest Stanley, Leota Lorraine, Edward Martindel, Jack…
Via Durban, Jan. 7 – A wire from Reuter's correspondent at Chicago says that a fight to a finish has been arranged between Johnson and Jim Flynn. Johnson has been guaranteed $31,000 and a third of the receipts of the cinematogragh films.
Wilfred Lucas in a brilliant picture play founded on the fine old poem 'Jim Bludso.' Adapted from the poems by the Hon. John Hay Secretary of the State during the McKinley administration.
Screening of 'While Twilight Drifts Into Night' and 'Officer Jim' for 4 nights
Tonight: Screening of 'While Twilight Drifts Into Night' and 'Officer Jim'
The Hand of Peril' is the attraction. 'Just Jim' and 'Hands Up' will be screened soon.
Performance by The Raggedy Two, Carlyn Phillips and Violet Elbe; Film screening of 'Nigger Jim' (2,500 ft, coloured film); Screening of Pathe's Gazette
Last few nights only, 'The Raggedy Two,' the Pathe's Gazette. and 'Nigger Jim' (a great & most wonderful coloured American race track drama).
Tonight at 5.15 and 9.15, Wilfred Lucas in a brilliant picture play founded on the fine old poem, 'Jim Bludso,' adapted from the poems by the late Hon. John Hay, secretary of State during the McKinley administration. A Story of a steamboat engineer who braves death so that others may…
Alice Lake, who reaped success in Metro's production of 'Should A Women Tell?' and 'Shore Acres,' is to be seen in a new role at the Queen's Theatre today when the new Metro special, 'The Misfit Wife' will be the feature. Film synopsis included. Alice Lake…
Roars of laughter greeted the appearance on Saturday night at the Victoria Theatre of Billy Eldid and his troupe. The mirth-making burlesque of the Johnson-Flynn fight delighted the audience. Miss Addie Leigh is also billed for this week.