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'IF IT*S A PARAMOUNT PICTURE /Ti THE BEST SHOW IN TOWN '
The Miracle Man; Dr. Jekyll and Mr, Hyde; The Affairs of Anatol, The Coveted Wagon; The Ten Commandments; Peter Ban; The Pony Express; The Vanishing American.
Old Ironsides; Beau Geste; Sorrows of Satan; The Rough Riders; Wings; Metropolis; The Wedding March; Variety; Hotel Imperial; We're in the Navy Now, The Kid Brother.
Barnum; An American Tragedy; The War of the Worids ; SorrelfSt Son; Gentlemen Prefer Blorides; Beau Sabrenr; Glorifying the American Gir); Casey at the Bat.
Guide to the Best Motion Pictures
w" l-*-1Ul-"t .„ ma^e a jate jor tie others, and
Check the ones you have see?., ■ voh when.
don't miss any! Your Theatre Manager
SO'S YOUR OLD MAN
Starring W. C. FIELDS. With Alice Joyce and Charles Rogers. Directed by Gregory La Cava.
THE GREAT GATSBY
Warner Baxter, Lois Wilson, Neil Hamilton, William Powell and Georgia Hale. Directed by Herbert Brenon.
BETTY BRONSON, Ford Sterling, Louise Dresser, Lawrence Gray, Henry Walthall and Raymond Hitchcock. Directed by Marshall Neilan.
WE'RE IN THE NAVY NOW Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton. Directed by Edward Sutherland.
Starring THOMAS MEIGHAN. Directed by William Beaudine.
LOVE 'EM AND LEAVE 'EM Evelyn Brent, Louise Brooks, Lawrence Gray. Directed by Frank Tuttle.
STRANDED IN PARIS
Starring BEBE DANIELS. With James Hall and Ford Sterling. Directed by Arthur Rosson.
MAN OF THE FOREST
Jack Holt, George Fawcett, El Brendel, Georgia Hale, Tom Kennedy, Warner Oland. Directed by John Waters.
THE POPULAR SIN
Starring FLORENCE VI DOR. With Clive Brook, Greta Nissen, Philip Strange, Andre Beranger. Directed by Malcolm St. Clair.
LET IT RAIN
Starring DOUGLAS MacLEAN. Directed by Eddie Cline.
PARADISE FOR TWO
Starring RICHARD DIX. With Betty Bronson. Directed by Gregory La Cava.
Starring W. C. FIELDS. Directed by Fred Newmeyer.
BLONDE OR BRUNETTE
Starring ADOLPHE MENJOU. With Greta Nissen and Arlette Marchal. Directed by Richard Rosson.
GOD GAVE ME 20 CENTS
Lois Moran, Lya de Putti, Jack Mulhall. Directed by Herbert
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RARE fine entertain ment not to be missed!' says the N.Y. Eve.World. A James Cruze Production from the story by Laurence Stallings. With Wallace Beery, Esther Ralston, Geo. Bancroft, Charles Farrell.
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Tears f^rom !h(ow!
MYTHIC A' metropolis hundred years %c now as the setting a gripping, hu J drama! An UFA Production, directed by Fritz If
ABOVE are two of many big Paramount product!' . of the coming season. These three and those in chart you can see now or very soon. Your Theatre Mi ager will tell you when.
Tola ZNjgri's (greatest l^ole
NOW Pola Negri climaxes her screen career in this thrilling story of love, danger and sacrifice. Produced by Erich Pommer, from the story by Lajos Biro. Directed by Mauritz
In Jlis Jjitest Qoinedy
NOBODY thought he amounted to much, so when his Father, the sheriff, leaves town, Harold puts on the badge — just to show 'em — and how he does is the funniest thing in years! Produced by Harold Lloyd Corporation. A Paramount Release.
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