The central attraction of the Bijou is a well-arranged version of Tennyson's 'Enoch Arden.' The comics are also very good, and the string band continues to meet with appreciation.
The Fatal Marriage' featuring Lillian Gish, directed by D. W. Griffith, written by Tennyson.
London, Feb. 17 – Eve on Roller Skates: London women have discovered a pastime which is already popular in the provinces – roller skating. Going over to a big skating rink the other afternoon, I found half a dozen of our best- known actresses, among them pretty Fay Compton, racing around with…
D. W. Griffith's brilliant picturization, 'The Fatal Marriage,' based on Tennyson's epic poem with Lillian Gish and Wallace Reid. Illustration included.
Coronet Theatre is screening 'The Fatal Marriage,' a picturised version of Lord Tennyson's poem 'Enoch Arden.' The film was produced by D. W. Griffith and features Lilian Gish and Wallace Reid.
Kowloon Theatre is screening D.W. Griffith's 'The Fatal Marriage,' featuring Lillian Gish and Wallace Reid. The film is a picturised version of Lord Tennyson's poem 'Enoch Arden.' Film synopsis included.
Today's picture at the Coronet is 'The Fatal Marriage,' a picturised version of 'Enoch Arden,' the famous poem which Lord Tennyson wrote. The film was produced by D. W. Griffith, starring by Lilian [sic] Gish and Wallace Reid.
Screening of 'Ivanhoe', adopted from the novel of Sir Walter Scott, 'At the Risk of Her Life' and Keystone Comics
The Fatal Marriage,' in which the master producer D. W. Griffith rarely has faced the camera and acted a part, is being shown at the Coronet Theatre. It is a film version of 'Enoch Arden,' Tennyson's well-known poem. Meanwhile, other leading players in the cast with him are…
On Sep 27-29, 'Ivanhoe' in 4 parts, freely adapted from the famous novel by Sir Walter Scott; 'At the Risk of Her Life,' 2nd serial in 3 parts, a very sensational drama; Keystone comics.
Films screening of 'Invanhoe' (in 3 parts), adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's historical novel; Coming film: 'A Dead Man's Child' and the Sequel 'Dr. Gar el Hama' (6,000 ft, in 4 parts)
The greatest detective drama 'Protea' (6,000 feet) for 4 nights only, and a fine selection of comic films will be exhibited; the picture taken from Sir Walter Scoot's famous historical novel 'Ivanhoe' in three parts will be exhibited on Mar 13.
Protea' was screened at the Victoria Theatre and 'Antony and Cleopatra' will be staged for the last time. Also, 'Ivanhoe' (Sir Walter Scott's novel) will be staged tonight and on Sunday night while 'The Dead Man's Child' and the sequel to it, 'Dr…