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get of pass- all later living; It w i n g to accomplish an ID a new start firs Is his is the T R A I N S aJ are tin the first slm of un was (hut just don't aiij n g ontfi a d y occupied e n t l y , O R SAFETY l y ail 'INNOCENTS OF PARIS' TOPS LIBERTY SEASON FILM Maurice C l i e v a l l e r id " I n n o c e n t s of Paris," Is tlon at the L i b e r t y theatre. The show Is there for the last The next booking li alco one of the finest of the season, Fannie "My M a n , " These are both attractions in t h e G r e a t e r n u a l l y observed Jn August, Europe's idol Maurice Chevalier, appearing at tho Liheriy rr.eaire In (he famous p i c t u r e . "Innocents of Tarts," which had its opening in Benton Harbor Sunday, grips h i s hearers. Opportunity Is given to see t h i s d a z z l i n g music;il comedy prod prod u c t i o n , f e a t u r i n g dozens 01' lovely chorines, in its en^gements at the Liberly, which end tonight. The picture is all-talying, and it mlelit bo adcioil, u l l - C n e v m i e r -- b u t t h e work of his s u p p o r t i n g cast is none the loss a d e q u a t e and pleasing. Sylvia Becc-lier, n b e n u t i t u l y o u n g nc- Iress recruited from Inc siage. is tho purveyor of the love interest w i t h M. Clievaller, When Maurice Chevalier, soldier ol France, and lion of the c o n t i n e n t a l sl»K?. came marching into tha silver- sheet at the L i b e r t y t h e a t r e last n'ght he gave Ms audience a g r o u t big tin-ill, and kopl t h e m enthralled every.moment t h a t his spirited voice -- a n d body were before t h e m . For w i t h Chevalier it Is not alone Ihe an- i m n t i o n of vocal tone which "gets' people, y o u n g and s m a l l -- h u t it Is also t h a t tomnenjmentfll language ot t h e h a n d s , the f.ice, the f e e l . W i t h Chevalier it is well, wo m i g h t B u y Just "It," hut the man's a r t i s t r y calls for a more e l a b o r a t e d e f t n t l t o n ^ It ia g e n u i s _ t i o r n of s p i r i t u a l insriira- In his c u r r e n t , mid lirst.- "Innoc'cnls of I'ucls," Chevalier plays the p a r t of a happy-go-lucky pushcart singer of the Flea M a r k e district ot Paris, lie gets a cliance to go on the stage w i t h h:s Hongs p a n t o m i m e , and the plot every o p p o r t u n i t y to gorgeous values ot his full repertoire o[ songs--lyrics and Imlluds which have established h i m in actual ^s Ihe reigning king of entertainment entertainment in Kin-ope. Tile cast i n c l u d e s Sylvia Russell Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. George Fawcett. John M i l j a n Margaret L i v i n g s t o n , David Johnnie Morris supporting. A Param Param o u n t ' n I M a l k i n g by Tiivhftrtl Wallace. S y l v i a Ilocchoi'. v p d - h u i liftilc. plays the l e n d i n g rolc^ opposite C h o v a l i r r . of Prance, in Ihe c i u i t i n m i t favorite's first motion p i c t n r n . Miss Becchor was chosen f r o group nf Kirer,i] si-ores of candidates of stago a n d scrcpn who were tests for t h p leading f e m i n I h p product Ion. Her greatest success so far has boon on ihe s p e a k i n g s t playing w i t h "The M a r r i company on I h e west coast a t t r a c t e d I h e a t t e n officials.

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