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March 25, 1922
(.Photo by Shirley Vance Martin)
JACKIE COOGAN, who has just finished his second independent production
rons were more than pleased. — P. W. Brickley, Rialto theatre, Rapelje, Mont. — Small town patronage.
The Fox, with Harry Carey. — An extra good picture with plenty of snap and action. Pleased all who saw it. — J. L. Rappcport, Lovejoy theatre, Buffalo, N. Y. — Neighborhood patronage.
Cheated Hearts, with Herbert Rawlinson. — Have had better Universal pictures, but it gets by. — C. M. Hartman, Liberty theatre, Carnegie, Okla. — Neighborhood patronage.
Luring Lips, with Edith Roberts. — Exceedingly good program picture which pleased our patrons with very few exceptions. Plot of story good with the final climax within the last five minutes of the picture. — Horn & Morgan, Star theatre, Hay Springs, Neb. — Small town patronage.
The Freeze Out, with Harry Carey. — A fairly good picture. Not a very large crowd on account of bad weather. — R. O. Baker, Baker's theatre, McCune, Kan. — Small town patronage.
The Torrent, with Eva Novak.— This picture pleased 75% of my audience and was well played. — P. W. Brickley, Rialto theatre, Rapelje, Mont. — Small town patronage.
The Smart Sex, with Eva Novak — Very fine program picture and one the children will like, especially the farm scenes. — J. J. Hoffman, Happy Hour theatre, Burke, S. D. — Neighborhood patronage.
Reputation, with Priscilla Dean. — We paid too much for this for a small town. Lost money, yet picture is good and gave satisfaction to all. — C. T. Mctcalf, Opera House, Green field. III. — Small town patronage.
The Fire Cat, with Edith Roberts.—
Some beautiful scenery in this picture but that's all. No story. Pleased about 50 per cent. — E. B. Petersen, Elk Horn theatre, Elk Horn, la. — Small town patronage.
The Man Trackers, with George Larkin. — Good interesting story of the Royal Northwest Mounted Police. Gave satisfaction. — H. G. Stettmund, Jr., Odeon theatre, Chandler, Okla. — General patronage.
High Heels, with Gladys Walton.— A very good little comedy drama which pleased most of them. Star is popular here.— C. E. Liggett, Liggett theatre. Rosalia, Kan. — Neighborhood patronage.
The Mad Marriage, with Carmel Myers.— My patrons sure kicked on this. Nothing to it.— E. B. Petersen, Elk Horn theatre, Elk Horn, la. — Small town patronage.
The Little Minister, with Alice Calhoun.— Very, very good picture for everybody. — L. W. Splichal, Empress theatre, Bancroft, Neb.
The Little Minister, with Alice Calhoun.— A good picture for its kind, if your patrons like this kind. — C. M. Hartman, Liberty theatre, Carnegie, Okla. — Neighborhood patronage.
Closed Doors, with Alice Calhoun. — An interesting picture and very well produced. Cast not a likable one. Star strives to please and does it. No box office attraction. Many folks looking, not c6ming in on account of star being new. When you kid yourself into thinking a star comes over night you will go wrong. However, believe Alice Calhoun will arrive soon. — W. H. Brenner, Cozy theatre, Winchester, Ind.
What's Your Reputation Worth? with (orinnc Griffith. — Good. Fine scenery
and the star displays some very fine clothes, which will please the ladies. — J. J. Hoffman, Happy Hour theatre, Burke, S. D. — Neighborhod patronage.
The Son of Wallingford, with a special cast. — Excellent satisfaction. The cast was sure well selected to represent the different characters in the story. Book and boost this one. — R. J. Ball, Star theatre, Finley, N. D. — Neighborhood patronage.
THE LITTLE MINISTER, with Alice Calhoun. — Our opposition showed the Paramount picture of the same name day and date with us. We cut from the HERALD what C. E. Waughop, of Detroit, Mich., said in regard to this feature and had it reprinted in a herald and scattered them broadcast. When a picture comes as highly recommended as this it can't help but have an effect on the good people whom you wish to attend your theatre. Therefore we were highly pleased with the result. Brother Exhibitor, we thank you, as well as the HERALD. As Rip Van Winkle you would say, "May you live long and prosper."—W. H. Creal, Sr., Suburban theatre, Omaha, Nebr. It Isn't Being Done This Season, with Corinne Griffith. — Light offering that fails to interest. — H. G. Stettmund, Jr., Odeon theatre, Chandler, Okla. — General patronage.
A Guilty Conscience, with Antonio Moreno. — A fair program picture, on which we did an extraordinarily good business. — W. H. Creal, Sr., Suburban patronage.
The Master Stroke, with Earle Williams.—I didn't think much of this one. — Charles Lee Hyde, Grand theatre, Pierre, S. D. — Small town patronage.
The Sporting Duchess and The Prey, with Alice Joyce. — Both are very good program pictures, the first named being extra good. — D. A. Kooker, Happy Hour theatre, Ewen, Mich. — General patronage.
The Rainbow, with Alice Calhoun. — A very good program offering. This star pleases well in this community. — Luna theatre, Brooklyn, N. Y. — Neighborhood patronage.
The Romance Promoters, with Earle Williams. — Our patrons are just beginning to realize that Earle Williams is a fine star, and he certainly is. Haven't had a poor picture yet. This one is especially good. — J. J. Hoffman, Happy Hour theatre, Burke, S. D. — Neighborhood patronage.
The Heart of Maryland, with Catherine Calvert. — Excellent. No one need to hesitate in booking this one. It's a real picture and will stand a raise in price. It's a story of the civil war, splendidly photographed, well acted and contains many tense and thrilling scenes. — D. A. Kooker, Happy Hour theatre, Ewen, Mich. — General patronage.
A Guilty Conscience, with Antonio Moreno. — Good picture, with story of India. Gave general satisfaction. — H. G. Stettmund, Jr., Odeon theatre, Chandler, Okla. — General patronage.
The Island of Regeneration, with Antonio Moreno. — Rather a cheap picture. Unreasonable, as are all shipwrecked stories. Girl lying exhausted on beach of desert island. Suitcase which hasn't been used five minutes, on the sands beside her. Unnecessarily illogical. — Charles Lee Hyde, Grand theatre, Pierre, S. D. — Small town patronage.
Dead Men Tell No Tales, with a special cast. — This picture drew good, but did not prove up to the Vitagraph stand