Earle Foxe returns
beginning in ol Earle Poxe Returns whicn the for addition by Earle, Foxe, who joins the Garrick Players tomorrow night for -the Washington season of stock'presenta- tions, ranks as one of the most popular leading men who ever played Capital audiences. It was at the". Garrick theater he ftrst .appeared in stock and scored an overnight success in "Daddy Legs" and "Peg o' My Heart." the war came and his acting career was ended precipitately for a' part" Uncle Sam's company of 5,000,000. The following year with Eileen Wilson he was back again to score a notable success with the Bell-Marshall Bell-Marshall stock organization. In 120 he appeared for a few weeks before Joining the Selwyn production' of "Come Seven," in which he was turfed. In the interim he has appeared pictures as- leading man for Norma .Talmadge and as featured player in the productions of the Ziegfleld Company. "Coming "Coming back to Washington is like coming home to me," says "I have never appeared in a city Â·where I have been treated so handsomely handsomely and .where the 'social life congenial. I love the Capital and work- here- is really a labor of While his experience in pictures extends over five years, he prefers speaking stage. "There is a satisfaction satisfaction in sitting in a tneater and watching the screen uiifold your work fore one's eyes," he explains, "but' can not approach the feeling of gratitude that envelops a player^who is bowing his thanks to an appreciative audience out front after a "worthy piece of acting."