A report says that Max Linder has been killed at the Front, while fighting in the Belgian army. We believe the story is not official and we can only hope most fervently that it is untrue.
French film actor and producer, Max Linder, and his wife were the central figures in a sensational discovery in Paris, they were poisoned and dead.
Seven Years Bad Luck,' a Robertson-Cole production featuring Max Linder, will be shown at the World Theatre from today till Saturday. Another special feature in the programme at the World Theatre is 'The Leather Pushers' written by H. C. Witwer. Film synopsis included.
Screening of 'Liberty' (6th episode in 2 parts) and Max Linder's Comic
Drama performance: The Shipburners or Arson at Sea; Showing comic film: 'Max Linder and the Maid'; Performance by Miss Ada Rowley and Miss Gladys Spencer
There will be a grand Xmas matinee for children at the Victoria Theatre. Some marvellous pictures will be screened. Another programme of films including Max Linder's life will be produced.
An attractive holiday programme will be presented at the Bijou Scenic Theatre this evening, the films including a special A. B. drama and humorous one by Max Linder.
Drama performance Tonight: The Shipburners or Arson at Sea; Showing comic film: 'Max Linder and the Maid'; Performance by Miss Ada Rowley and Miss Gladys Spencer
The matinee at the Victoria Theatre is making a fine effort at the Christmas season. Each child present will receive a ticket to see special pictures. Max Linder is at his best in a comedy picture.
Screening of 'The Diamond from the Sky' (8th and 9th episodes) and Max Linder; Orchestra in attendance
A Magistrate's Honour' was shown in Bijou. A couple of Max Linder pictures round out the bill. Performance by Bert Flatt.
Tonight: Screening of 'The Diamond from the Sky' (8th and 9th episodes) and Max Linder; Orchestra in attendance
At the Bijou Scenic Theatre Saturday night, Miss Violet Bonnetta performed well. The pictures throw on the screen are just the thing to put one in good humour, particularly the one entitled 'Max Linder Married.' A good programme has been arranged for the ensuing week.
A splendid programme including some amusing films featuring Max Linder and the band of the 18th Infantry attracted a large house at the Victoria Theatre last evening. Performance by Mabelle and Kitty.
Max Linder's and other films continue to interest good houses at the Bijou Scenic Theatre. 'A Chequered Wooing' forms an attractive series.
Screening of 'The Battle of Waterloo' in 5 parts, 'A Mother's Sacrifice' and Max Linder's Comedy
The ingenious musical act of Mr. Williams and Miss Mignon was repeated last night at the Bijou before an appreciative audience. The picture of the evening was a historical drama 'Espartaco.' On Wednesday next, a new Max Linder picture will be screened at this house.
Every evening at 9:15 p.m. Miss Kitty Delavale's comedy. The 'Liberte' Disaster and Max Linder's latest comedy. A monster programme on Saturday, 28th October, 1911.
Films screenings including 'Paradise Lost' (6 parts), 'The False Max Linder' and 'Oh That Button'