Tonight till Wednesday, 'Dead Men Tell No Tales,' a Tom Terriss special production. Illustration and plot included. November 29 Remarks: Ad. on the film on page 5. Only illustration included.
Vitagraph's screen version of 'The Heart of Maryland,' directed by Tom Terriss and supported by Catherine Calvert, will be shown at the Coronet on Monday. It is noted that the film is a picturization of David Belasco's famous play. Film synopsis included.
Catherine Calvert and an all-star cast in the Tom Terriss production, 'The Heart of Maryland,' a screen adaptation of the famous David Belasco stage play which is regarded as a photoplay classic, a film that will live for years. Illustration included.
The Heart of Maryland,' the film version of David Belasco's famous play is better than the stage production. The Tom Terriss unit spent six months of hard work in making this picture of stirring drama and love interest. It was made in the South on authentic locations, and the result is…
Thursday to Sunday, Tom Terriss production, 'Trumpet Island,' adapted and edited by Lillian and George Randolph Chester, from the story by Gouverneur Morris. Illustration included.
The Heart of Maryland,' featuring Catherine Calvert, Crane Wilbur, Felix Krembs, William Collier Jr., Arthur Earl, Henry Hallam, Ben Lyon and Warner Richmond, the Tom Terriss production. Illustration included.
Tonight: Screening of 'The Chimes', from the novel by Charles Dickens, played by Tom Terris, also, gazettes and comics; Matinee at Wednesday, 3rd Oct, 5.15 p.m.
Screening of 'The Shielding Shadow' (final episode), 'Annals of the War, No. 3', British and American Gazettes, 'Man is Not Perfect'; Coming film:'The Chimes' from the novel by Charles Dickens, played by Tom Terris
Films screenings including 'Fiery John' (3 parts) and 'Capt. Tom Gunn's Flying Expedition in America and Manila'
Two performances nightly. Showing 'Tom Butler' and performance by Bayle and Patsy
Tonight at 5.15 and 9.15 p.m., Jack Pickford in 'Huck and Tom.'
Thursday to Saturday, Chadwick Pictures Corporation presents 'The Tom Boy' with Dorothy Devore and Herbert Rawlinson. Illustration included.
See Marguerite Clark enter into 'Uncle Tom's Cabin.'
Today and tomorrow at 5.30 and 9.15 p.m., Dorothy Devore in another fine Chadwick production, 'The Tom Boy.'
Tonight at 5.15 and 9.15, Jack Pickford in 'Huck and Tom,' the picture that will appeal to all boys and girls between the age of 4 and 40.
Jack Pickford in 'Huck and Tom' or 'The Further Adventures of Tom Sawyer,' a Paramount picture. At 7.15 p.m., Madge Kennedy in 'Strictly Confidential.'