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19511. New York Clipper August 1903

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... . ami are Hon' at lite Yellowstone \ntlonul Park. We |«i*sml throuuh the town hf ttnsln the day tioriuuu ami WaJtei-s were takcu from ttic ruu'Aty Jnll ami shot by a mob from the noted Hole lit the Wall country ...

19512. New York Clipper March 1914

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... . FORTY-FOURTH STREET—"Tho Midnight Girl," second week. FORTY-EIGHTH STREET—"To^Day," twen- ty-second week. GLOBE—"Queen of the Movies," eighth week. GAIETY—"Along' Camo Ruth," second •week, HARRIS—"The TJulo of Three," third week ...

19513. New York Clipper May 1912

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... . Casiko (Charles Daniels, mgr.)— Follies of the Day this week. Emus: (George McManus, mgr.)—Big Re- view this week. OnriiBUM (Frank Kllholz, mgr.)—The bill for week of 20 Includes: Eva Tangtiay, Be- dlnl and Arthur, Hawthorne and Hurt, "The Clown," Chas ...

19514. New York Clipper September 1904

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... * ForaM Cloning Promptly, Tues- day, at lO o'clock A. M. Please remit by express, money order, check, p. 0. order or registered letter. All cash en- closed with letter Is at the risk of sender. Address All Commniilontlona to TUB MOW YORK CLIPPER, 47 West 28th Street, New York ...

19515. Variety Jan 1947

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... . The result is a mildly pleasant little comedy that should do well enough at the boxoflice. This version of the original Xlni- vei'sal p^e (1935), which starred Margaret Sullavan in a more literal Pre.ston Sturges adaptation of the Molnar worJi,-has assumed a modern- day New York aura instead of the original Contihehtal atmosphere ...

19516. Variety May 1937

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... ; Obviously in the hands of political sharpshooters, he faces a $tifl campaign. for re- electioin. When reporters visit the hdme^. his wife, Mary Bayes,. tires of hearing his boasts and remarks that sh£\couId run aigaiinst him and beat hinw The next day It is all over the front pages of the local papers ...

19517. Variety Jun 1936

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... ;Q her own, handles the danc- .'Jng.,end: .Doris Bhodes (Mrs. Sammy: Coaeh) isbkay 09 the vocals; Ja

19518. Variety May 1934

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... ^.^le to shake this, and no good not »p to standard of the house, day or the east the pMtormer prob- ygjyjon why he she dispose Of Clifford ably had a ealanr differenUia from ^oUect as he is doing this week ...

19519. Variety May 1932

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... .'t robs her, and her condi- tion Is -mistaken for drunkeness. '-•hat geis her a 80-day stretch In the wor'.hbuse which she shares with Katie Flynn. who assumes the uilt when the. crippled boy's mother is arrested for stealing food ...

19520. Variety April 1932

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... .' This afternoon house on opening day looked fairly good, the downstairs fioor, showing few'vacant seats despite discouraging weather This week's offering, 'Star Revels,' opens with silhouette effect, cur>- tains being parted Just enough to show Zlzz Black, iri ...