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SENSATIONAL NOTICES ACCLAIM WARREN WILLIAM IN “THE MOUTHPIECE”
With “The Dark Horse,” Warren William becomes definitely set as one of the foremost personalities your theatre has. Get this over in every piece of copy you send out! Warren William is a red hot attraction with the fans.
Here’s what the New York critics said about him in “The Mouthpiece.”
*“**The Mouthpiece’ has made him a star.”—N. Y. Sun.
*“*Has come into his own in the movies.”
—N. Y. World-Telegram “Should help him to stardom.”—N. Y. Journal. “Outstanding characterization.” —N. Y. Telegraph. “Does a swell job in title role.”—N. Y. Graphic. “Gives a stunning performance.”—WN. Y. Mirror.
“One of the outstanding interpretations that has been contributed to the screen.” —N. Y. Times.
“Superfine portrayal.””—N. Y. American. “His is a fine portrayal.”—N. Y. Herald-Tribune. “Gives best characterization.”—N. Y. News.
These excerpts can be used as additional advertising catchlines, or as a blow-up for lobby display.
Two political factions of the same party reach a tie in their fight to nominate a candidate for governor. Party chiefs are in a turmoil. They think the possibility of electing their candidate is nil. Kay, committee secretary, tells them there is one man who can win the election for Hicks, their nominee, and that is Hal Blake, a spellbinder manager in jail for failure to pay alimony.
Blake is bailed out and put in charge. He makes things hum and gets his candidate before the public without Hicks making foolish missteps. Things go smoothly, until Maybelle, his ex-wife, appears unexpectedly and tries to put Blake back in jail. He borrows enough
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Blake has been making love to Kay and wins her promise to marry him after the campaign. On the eve of the election, the opposition party plots to wreck Hicks’ chances. The “fat head” nominee is in love with Maybelle without knowing her identity. The opposition pays her to compromise him. Before election she entices him to a resort where she claims her aunt lives. She arranges the room for a “raid,” planting whisky bottles about and play
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WARREN WILLIAM — “Under Eighteen,” “The © Mouthpiece,” “Beauty and the Boss,” “The Dark Horse.”
BETTE DAVIS — “The Man Who Played. God,” “So: Big?) “The Rich Are Always With Us,” “The Dark Horse.”
VIVIENNE .OSBORNE — “The Beloved Bachelor,” “Two Kinds of Women,” “The Famous Ferguson Case,” “Two Seconds,” “The Dark Horse.”
GUY KIBBEE — “Union Depot,” “High Pressure,” “The Main Event,” “The Strange Love of Molly JLouvain,”’ “The Dark Horse.”
FRANK McHUGH — “The Front Page,” “Union Depot,” “High Pressure,” “The Crowd Roars,” “The Dark Horse.”
SAM HARDY — “Orchids and
Ermine,” “The Big Noise,” “The Butter and Egg Man,” “The Texas Steer.”
ROBERT WARWICK — “Woman From Monte Carlo,” “The Dark Horse.”
HARRY HOLMAN — “So Big,” “Beauty and the Boss,” “Wet Parade,” “Doctor X,” “The Dark Horse.”
CHARLES SELLON — “Behind Office Doors,’ “Dude Ranch,” “Penrod. and’ Sam,” “Tip Off,” “The Dark Horse.”
BURTON CHURCHILL — “It’s Tough To Be Famous,” “The Rich Are Always With Us,” “The Reckless Age,” “The Dark Horse.”
ROBERT O'CONNOR — “Public Enemy,” “Three Who Loved,” “Reckless Living,” “Fanny Foley Herself,” “The Dark Horse.”
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Warren William and Bette Davis in a more romantic scene from “The Dark Horse,” current__________ attraction. In sequences which are not quite so romantic, the picture’s footage is devoted to uproarious satire on politics and election campaigns.
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Bette Davis, who is fast becoming one of Newark’s most popular screen beauties, is seen opposite Warren William in the... Theatre’s hilarious satire on politics, ““The Dark Horse.”
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