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 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.
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…
George Arliss in 'The Ruling Passion' at the Coronet today and tomorrow. Photo included.
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.
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.
All comedy programme, George Walsh in 'The Yankee Way' and Harold Lloyd in 'Luke and the Wild Women.'
The official cinematograph record of the first stage of 'The Battle of the Somme' is the real thing at last. Realistic sights were shown, including the wounded which some find it unbearable. Lloyd George's review included.
London, Aug 8 – Mr. Lloyd George's message was read in every theatre, music-hall, cinema and public meeting at nine o'clock last night and was received with loud cheering and the singing of the National Anthem.
Tonight, all comedy programme, George Walsh in 'The Yankee Way' and Harold Lloyd in 'Luke and the Wild Women.'
George B. Seitz in 'Pirate Gold' and 'His Royal Slyness' featuring Harold Lloyd.
The Flirt' was received with every sign of appreciation at the Grand last night. A very welcome addition to the programme is Harold Lloyd, in an absurdity entitled 'Get in and Get under [sic].' Lloyd always contrives to be amusing and this present effort is up to his best standard…
Harold Lloyd, as Doctor Jack, the 'Sunshine Doctor,' will be in consultation in Wanchai of the next four days. He is booked to appear at the Grand there. Lloyd has a whole bagful of new and screamingly funny tricks in this picture. He has a good cast with him.
Tonight, Star Theatre will be screening a comedy, entitled 'Doctor Jack,' featuring Harold Lloyd. The film doesn't have a great deal of the story. Rather it is completely made for comical purposes, with Lloyd as the 'sunshine' doctor showing his wonderful cures and novel…
Caption: George Walsh Direction William Fox. Synopsis included. It will be shown at the Coronet Theatre on Monday next.
Grandma's Boy' was shown at the Coronet yesterday, starring Harold Lloyd. Film plot included.
A detailed film review of a Mr. Lloyd George's Picture was shown in Coronet Theatre. The film was produced by Griffith.
Dr. Jack' starred by Harold Lloyd, will be shown at the Star tonight. Plot and production summary included.
Grandma's Boy,' Harold Lloyd's latest feature, was shown at the Coronet Theatre for the first time yesterday.
Beginning tonight the Star will show 'Disraeli,' which is a convincing attempt to depict a critical period in the career of the great statesman. George Arliss, the star, is an English actor, who had to go to America to make a reputation. When he made the screen adaptation, he brought…