Photo Drama of Creation Pins
I ex-I I I I 1 I I I 1 I ,8 lo 8)read the Gospel through Vnov-whisker-stroking lirig pfctures," the photo-drama is not I I I 1 im-1 i i 1 1 I in-1 1 I In the group. GOSPEL BY FILM DRAMA. 5 Q00 Persona See " The Creation ' As Many More Turned Away . ... 1 K Tnl.n.ltt.. unurr me .ubk vi ure Bible Students' Association, the Tern- Pe. in Sixty-third Street, back of the Century Opera House, originally planned by Butler Davenport as a theatre for j . - a. a .l-u.o opener yesterday to present " The Crea- as Mniina.nuiinria nramn k iva thousand nersons attended the perform- anMSi ana as many more were turned away from the doors. No admission fee v, nH nn nii.rimn was taktn uu. Although the main object of the Bible Ktiirf.tit.' a .aruifoitAn in in R nmn irrjon didactic, nnd it tells a ana inter esting story, which run ,.-.. tin.i r-nmino- 1 eranh is nlaved during the presentation -The Creation" begins with the be- cir.nine of Plblical history, and the fi Lui ti..nM ....r.tmn rmi. wtr to Ubluge and its causes, and then on to tn , tlnie cf Moses. The second Mav k.in. v. b. frim nr Mm., an.i g0i,9 jown tnrough Israel's experiences tn i-hr am m rnf M I'srr n la ira Tn ward into the millennium. Owing to the s.Teat length of tho film piav, only two parts-are snown at eacn performance, but each part makes a complete storv in itself. The Temple is one of the handsomest theatres In New York, and was finished by the International Bible Students' As- sociation at a cost of several hundred thousand dollars. The production of the nim In whlr-h ;VX ncrformen take nart. Cost as much more. The photo play wjj D shown all over the country free, An illustrated scenario of the play is given to ach person In the audience, together with a " Sons of Pesce " pin Qf the association. Members or tne or ganisation act as usliera.