Raffles (United Artists) (1930)

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eight screen story magazine An Amateur Cracksman-But an Expert in Love! The Talking Screen’s Most Distinguished Personality in his Finest Production -mt RONALD COLMAN RAFFLES' "Raffles," the most delightful and lovable character of modern times!—the role fits the mag¬ netic personality of Ronald Colman as his Bond Street clothes fit the man! Debonair . . . A handsome rascal who fas- From the novel by E. W. Hornung and the play by E. W. Hornung and Eugene W. Presbrey. Adaptation by Sidney Howard. Audacious cinated women. A Don Juan with hearts, a Captain Kidd with diamonds— such is "Raffles," the amateur cracksman! * • * * There is dash, daring and spirited adventure to the Colman por¬ trayal; it sparkles with humor and fascinates with its wealth of romance and tender passion. As "Raffles," the daring adventurer, the ardent lover, the charming rogue with his suave manners and nimble fingers, his gracious smile and beguiling tongue, Ronald Colman brings the most entertaining companion you have ever met in a theatre. * • UNITED ARTISTS' THE R (Use space below for your local theatre imprint and billing) HERE IS THE PLAN OF THIS SCREEN STORY MAGAZINE Arrange with your newspaper to reprint this magazine section (either black and white or with color) as a supplement. Many newspapers now can use a color tint on their presses. Or theatres can have this magazine reprinted independently as a throwaway. Use any tint for color blocks, light red, violet, green, blue or yellow. Print on news stock or on super. The entire magazine comes in mat form, including type and illustra¬ tions and color blocks; sold as a unit at $5. for the complete set of mats. Order from United Artists exchanges. The mats are made up in pages of 16 inches in depth. But by dis¬ carding the streamer captions at the bottom of each page, the mats can be used for pages 14 Yz inches deep, or regular "tabloid” dze. Any part of this magazine can be dropped out for the insertion of co-operative ads or your own special text. You can also use this magazine as a clip sheet. Or the serial can be clipped as copy for a seven day serial in a newspaper. Some illustrations in this magazine are available also as separate mats full captioned. They are as follows: Order No. 4 T-wo-Col. Scene Colman, Francis, Bruce (Mat 10c, Cut SOc)_ Page 2 Order No. 9 Two-Col. Cartoon Colman (Mat 10 c, Cut 50c)- Page 3 Order No. 3 Two-Col. Scene Colman, Francis (Mat 10c, Cut 50c )—Page 6 Order No. 23 Five Col. Ad (Mat 40c, Cut $1.25)- Page 8