Daily News from New York, New York on June 14, 1925 · 47
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47 EXPORT DRAMA DOING WELL ON SUNDAY NEWS, JUNE 14, 1925. A LITTLE GRAND OPERA TO SEASON A VARIETY BILL Margaret Romainc, Metropolitan opera prima donna, will make her Broadway vaudeville debut tomor 0, Percy Don't You Forget Your Baby THE OTHER SIDE Vincent Lopez and his orchestra have ' been ' enjoying such huge success in London that beginning tomorrow night it will provide an entire even-i n g's program at the Hippo drome in that city for . three weeks. Lopez has augmented his band to twenty - two men. Borrah M i nnevitch, ' . harmonic play- Vinrent T.iwz er of "Puzzles, and A i 1 e e n Stanley will do turns during the performance. "Tell Me More," which opened recently in London, seems to be just as short on the comedy end in that city as it is at the Gaiety in New York. Speaking of the show, Variety's foreign correspondent writes: . "Most of the humor in it is to be found at the bottom of the Atlantic ocean. . There must have been a hole in the boat that brought the show across. Harry H. Frazee is negotiating for the French translation of his show, "No, No, Nanette," for Paris. Despite the intense heat in London. ttose-Marie heia op its end by garnering $27,000 in eight performances. Its totem-poie dance number is being -widely copied in England, and the man agement is doing its best to pre vent it by applying Tor injunctions to the courts. - "Cleopatra," with music by Oscar Straus, opened in London with the German book adapted by John Hastings Turner, author of "His Queen," which was quickly snuffed out here with Francine Larrimore at the Hudson. , . HIPP'S ARK MOVES The 'Hippodrome animals from its Toytown menagerie will start their vacation tomorrow at Mark Luescher's South port, Conn., farm, now that the big theatre has closed for the summer. TO CAST "KOMICS" Casting for "Komics of 1925" starts in two weeks. C. Allan Gilbert will design a curtain for the revue. nE LAUGHS LAST Dispute with Mayor Ended, So Concerts Will Start ' THE GOLDEN DOZEfl ?ummt attraction In New Tark theatres that have recorded loae-ea ran. Dramatic "Abie's Irish Rose" 1314 "White Cargo" 687 "The Show-Oft" 571 "Pigs" 340 "What Price Glory" 321 "The Firebrand"...... 279 Musical Comedies. "Ziegfeld Follies"......... 395 "Rose-Marie" 322 "My Girl" 227 "The Student Prince". 221 "Lady, Be Good" 219 "Sky High" 129 ft I EDWIN FRANK GOLDMAN and his orchestra of sixty musicians will begin their eighth season of summer concerts on the N. Y. U. campus tomorrow, thus ending the controversy with Mayor Hy-lan, who banned Goldman front Central nark. The concerts ar free, the Guggenheims footing all bills. They will be given every night of the. week, excepting Tuesdays and Thursdays, until Aug. 23. OUT OF TOWN THE TRYOUT SEASON'S ON FULL BLAST Philadelphia reports of "When You Smile," mention Dorothy Appleby, the comedienne " of half -pint size who came to New York fresh from winning a Maine beauty contest, as its outstanding personality. This musical comedy is based in an unsuccessful p i a y, - Jl "Extra," which v - ran a weeK or Dorothy so here last sea- A lebv son. Tom Jonn- . stone's musical numbers include a title song, 'June," and "Coo-Coo." In Los Angeles Maude Fulton is starring in her own play, "The Big Top," a tale of an old circus clown who has adopted two children. The play wes presented a year ago in San Francisco as "Punchinello." a a a George S. Kaufman's "The Butter and Egg Man" will open tomorrow night in Washington for a - tryout, and then will be shelved n n t il the fall. "Romeo and Juliet," with Jane Cowl, was halted in its final performance in S a h Francisco last Sunday night, when an actors' strike was called by Equity against Louis Macloon, sending the audience out to the box office to recover their money. The trouble arose over another play, une Trip of -the Silver Star." which rehearsed May 19, Macloon, it was said, posting notice June 1 that it -was called off. The actors then claimed two weeks' pay. STARS WILL OPEN CONEY THEATRE Stage and screen stars will at tend the gala opening Wednesday night of Loew's Coney Island theatre, which will present pictures exclusively, with the exception of next week, when Violet and Daisy Hilton, Siamese twins, will appear. Charles Davis and Lee Patrick in "Bachelors Brides' In "Bachelors' Brides" at the Cort theatre a young Englishman (Charles Davis), on the eve of his wedding to a young American girl (Lee Patrick), is suddenly confronted with the indiscretions of his past. The scene is between the Englishman and his American fiancee. Jane Cowl Percy Very sweet and tactful, aren't they, to leave us alone? You are the most adorable creature. God bless George! Mary George ? Percy Washing-ton. He discovered America, the home of God's -most perfect creation you. (Kisses her). Mary You are an idiot. Percy Just for that you must give me another one. Mary Happy? Percy That makes this gorgeous evening yet more gorgeous. Hang it, you are turning me into a poet. Seriously, though, Mary, do you think that you will be able to settle down in this funny old country and be happy? Around the Seasons. Mary No, indeed. I think that we'll spend the summers in England, the winters in the south of France, the. autumns in America it's gorgeous when the maples are red and the goldenrod in bloom. Percy My hat! I must brush up on my American. I've got a bit rusty. It is a long time since I wa over, but I do remember very plainly that. I was speaking the language very fluently before I came away. I even got one or two of the bits of slang. Knew 'em by heart. There was one in particular very catchy and chic an expression of endearment let I me see, now Snookums wasn't ! it, Snookums ? I Mary Snooky ,ookums ! Percy Snooky ookums. It was a great word while it lasted made a hit with the girls here. A chap only had to say, "You're my little snooky ookums,'' and not knowing what he meant they wilted. What is the word that corresponds to it, now ? Mary- Sweetie baby. Percy Sweetie is blah. It's so sticky. But baby. O, baby. There is a kind of a protective feeling about baby. How do you use it? Mary Just "baby.' Percy Baby, I love you. Mary And I shall be Percy's baby 1 Percy My hat! Percy's baby! That's wonderful wonderful for you, isn't it? Sort of gives you perpetual youth. AMUSEMENTS. row at the Palace in a recital of her operatic song hits. Fay Temple-ton, Joe Weber and Lew Fields are held over at that theatre for a sfceond week, their reunion having proved vastly popular with the vaude ville fans. Others J - r 1 Margaret Romaine at the Palate will be Sylvia Clark in "Kavort-ings Uneek," by Harry Delf and Bobby Kuhn; Snow, Columbus and Marion Saki, with Marion Howard, in a musical comedy and dancing act, and Jack Rose, nut comedian. The Hippodrome closed its sea son Saturday night after forty-two weeks, the longest time it has ever remained open. Statistics say -nearly 3,000,000 visited the big theatre; 500,000 of them having been children, attracted, no doubt, by Toyland and Powers's ele phants. It will reopen in August. Miss Patricola will be at the 8 lit st. theatre, the Four Camerons at the Fordham, Herman Timberg at the Riverside, and Trentini at the E. F. Albee. AMUSEMENTS. MMMMntft 8wm. attaa Pal. Taaa 42 t. TV a w-hw i n. A aOj t v t 4 frr f tut Mufti BivKMOnn.AMbatM.MjL Nov. itr City. 39th and tt'wa?. BreniM- : Matlnectt Wednesday and Saturday CASINO WILLIE HOWARD - SKY HIGH im SON'S The.. 59tn Tlh A, ftl t JUWU'' Mln THI'RSIliT A BAT. THE STUDENT PRINCE IN HKIDEI.BEKO Hraadwaf I :3. ELTINGE t FALL GUY ss? ttva. 8 15 KaUmtajr nty CHANIN'S 45 SL11' W 01 Df9 Mutlnt-t, KaUii s.irr.,is ZAT SO? AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. mt 7th St. COLUMBIAN TWICB DAILY. 2:15 and S:30 ltwmd TWO WK:K la A)Tanea NIGHTS K"u 0rrt"r- s-s DAILY MATS r-"r Ort-hwrtra, 7.V (Except Saturday) Biggest Hit in Town! Harry St Faa Mufti Pretty Girt arry oteppe ta4t f All Burtetaem "Andrenee howled wttb laughter." Eve. Journal SaMkiH Pwarttad la All Parti at ttw Ham. NOW OPEN FK It f k eo STATEgMnTOfOM: LONGACRE; Luna Park CONKT WEEK. JUNE 13V BLACK, CYCLONE with CEX-KINdof WILD HORSES HAROLD LLOYD A REVIVAL OF M)WrNEYEH It's the Hrst selectioru amon$ Musical Comedies THEA. tve 8 30Mt. Wed. i.Sat 2 SO imperial; -wr'-,n.fv; r..N'-,r ROSE-MARIE Willi MAKY F.I.I.IH WIW. KltNT. PLYMOUTH Tina. 4S at. W. B'y. Bfa. ( Mata. 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