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1U A llli: ISKOOKLY.N DAILY EAfiLli NEW YORK. MONDAY. INOWlliJ.U JJ. 15)20 NEWS AND REVIEWS OF THE SCREEN STAGE NOTES The Cinema Circuit By MARTIN DICKSTEIN 'fie Return of Peter Grira.n" A the Brooklyn Strand "The Great Gatsby' "Ben-Hur" Week Here. PR'W.'KI.TX STRAND The He, .en Fet-r tirlinni. " a ren version "f Hi David MflMtt-o ciii'cms, William Fox protlui'ttun, dn tvted by n t.T Sihertztngt-r. the ."AST. Peier Urimm Ale B Frnnci Fretlenrk .inmm Jho ll" l' Catherine Jmir t l;i n"r Jiurt Hart inn n . Klrhard ullin-; A inirpw Ma llnrmn J"hn H. Foils Hv. Henry Hart hulonify . Lionel Helium ,lrn. BartholunifV ....Elizabeth V. -ttern Wart a Bodtl iiosing THOSK who enjoyed David W.ir-fiel.i In "The Return of IVtor Grimm" w ill be interehtnl to know that jiicturization of that fJilas'-o 6tii siu'Cphs is on view this week at the Hrooklyn Mark Strand Theater. On the screen the strange revelations of the return to earth of jiood 't om Peter" are no less nr-lestinp; than they were in the original Moken version. The difference lies in the trick photosraphy which Mr. I'ox and his associates have conceived to effect the spiritual reincarnation of that lovable Dutch gardener. When "Oo'n Peter" (Alec Ft. Francis) has nassod to his heavenly rest and the arrangements h:ie been made for the wedding of Katie (Janet Gay nor) and Frederick (John Roche), the spirit of the departed returns to his earthly haunts in the form of a filmy shadow, which passes through closed doors and Kes-ticulates frantically and invisibly in the faces of the remaining living characters. The illusion is created by means of simple "double exposure" photography, which, while intei estiiiK enough, is not as amazing ns the publicists of Mr. Fox would have us believe. "The Return of Peter Grimm" remains, nevertheless, a fairly absorbing photodrama. The original play was good. Thanks to a reasonably faithful adaptation of the story, the film ofi'ors moderately good entertainment. Alec H. Francis is seen as "Oom 1'eter," the role created by Mr. W.ir-field. Francis is always the capable i;ctor and he does creditably with the part. John Roche, Janet Gaynor and Richard Walling play ninoerely nough in the other principal roles. Victor Schcrtzinger direction follows orthodox cinematic methods, but generally he has succeeded in clinging to n central Idea and thereby "The Return of Peter Grimm" is j.9 good a movie as one ordinarily could expect. Managing Director Edwari I. Hy-man's stage feature t his week is c;i lied ''Pumpkin Center Husk In' Bee," a rural Thanksgiving party in lionor of the Thursday holiday. In rhls incident, Rita Owin. a former Follies girl, probably stands out to best advantage with her clowning dancing numbers. Robert Stickney, the stilt dancer, also pleased last night's Strand goers. Rex Schopp, and "Big Parade1 Fmal 4 Alec i. Francis in "The Return of Peter Grimm" at the Strand. Charles Guglierl and Mardo Kalhn, I along with Hie Pumpkin Center! Relies, contribute to a highly pleasing episode. The "party" is excel- lently staged by Mr. Hymun ami the. choreography by Mme. Serova is smart and diversified. i The new program, more crowded with pleasant events than usual, also introduces th Record Boys, those familiar broadcasters through Sta-, tion W J Z. Al Rernard, Frank Kamplaln and Sammy Stept are especially pleasing in the ''Mock the Mocking Bird" number, ns Kamplain is in "I'm Looking for a Girl Named Mary" and Bernard in "Come Back, Marguerite." The three come back j again for further applause in "Yeedle Deedle Lena' ana "My Loving isnig Song Man." And then, and she is not the lenst of the Strand's attractions this week, there is Kstelle Carey. If her soprano interpretation of "Giannamia" (from "The Firefly") is not the loveliest thing I have hoard in weeks, then I haven't been anywhere since the Armistice. Gatsby the Great RIVOM THKATKK "Tho (.rent r.aUhv " from the story by F. Hmtt FitstisraM ami tho play hy Owen Davis; a Fara-mmint production directed by Herbet t Hrenon. THE CAST. Jay Oflfubv Warner Hnxter Palsy Hiiclianan Loir, Wilson Nl.k Oirraway Nell Hamilton Myrtle. Wllsnn (b-orirla Hale George Wilson , William Powell Tom Buchanan' HhIo Hamilton Charles Wolf George XaAn .Ionian Pnker t'armelita Gerairhty Lord DlKby Krle Wore Hert "Gunboat" Smith Catherine . . . .' Claire Whitney With the coming of "The Great Gutnby" to th Rivolt Theater, Herbert Rrenon may be proud (or may he?) to point to three film productions now showing on p.roadway and fay "I diri-ctod those." Of the three. "Rt-au Geste." "f.otl Gave Me Tw-ntr I'ents'' and "The C.eat watMly. ' 1 would say th;-t Mr. Urenon bus the least cause lo ptml the finger of pride at the Rfvoli. "The C.rt-at Gatsby,'! venture, has wandered considerably uff the path as it was beaten by F. Scott Fitu-gtrald in the novel and by Owen iJavis in the play. Occasionally it is a little bit silly and when it is not silly it is ditiicult to believe that "they're still doing that sort of thing" on the screen. For excellent example, there is the swimming pool scene where the inebriated gentleman in a full dress suit is tossed by half a dozen other swallow-tailed vulgarians into the water. Where, in the course of the thousand and one .'ilms that I've inspected, hnve I seen that gentleman before; Poor fellow, he lives only to get proper! ly oiled, whereupon he is promptly cast into the pool. In case you are not acquainted with Gatsby, it may be told that he was the young "nobody" who felt in love with Daisy Buchanan, a daughter of Kentucky aristocracy. He went off to war vowing that some day he'd come back to buy Daisy Belle ihe biggest house she ever saw and the longest string of limousines that ever crowded u beautiful lady's garage. And while Gatsby was "over there" lighting his fingertips off for democracy, one of those "dollar-a-year" fellows married his Daisy Re lie. Months later gatsby did com back and, strangely enough, he did acquire tho "largest house you ever haw" and the limousines. In short, he became a bootlegger. Hence the swimming pool scene. Warner Baxter is Jay GaNhv. the, indeed, "Great Gatsny." Dois Wilson is Daisy Buchanan and Hnle Hamilton portrays the dollar-a-year man. Neil Hamilton has the thankless and otherwiso unimportant role of Nick Carraway, the pious and sober friend next door. After Gatsby has been conveniently murdered in his own swimming pool and the plot has struggled valiantly to its end, we see Daisy and her husband peacefully reunited "down home in old Ken-tuck'." They're holding hands, and ns the camera sweeps across a hundred yards of blue Kentucky lawn, we observe the cause of their reconciliation. A little child has led them! "Ben-Hur" "Ren-Hur" today enters the last week of its engagement at Werba's Brooklyn Theater. The film version of the Dew Wallace classic remains one of the most absorbing und thrilling motion pictures ever made. The chariot race between Messala and Ren-Hur in the Circus Maximus is the thundering climax of the narrative. Nothing like it is to be seen on current screens, Ramon Novarro, Francis X. Rush-man, May McAvoy, Carmel Myers and Retty Rronson are the principal players in a cast of thousands. Hard Boiled Edmund Lowe ns "Sergeant Quirt" hi "What Price Glory?" (Film) at the Hurrin Theater lie-ginning Tomorrow. "The Big Parade" Laurence Stallings' brilliant photo-drama of the war, "The Rig Parade," goes into Its final week at Teller's Shuhert Theater. For more than a year this story of three American doubhboys at the front, the particular story of one of them and a pretty French girl behind the lines, has nlayed to capacity audiences in Manhattan. Its engagement at Teller's is as complete in every detail as that which remains in its second year at the Astor Theater. John Gilbert, as Jim Apperson. and Renee Adoree. as Melisande, head the cast of players. A beautiful musical score, played by a symphony orchestra, accompanies the picture. Episcopal Guild Show The Episcopal Actors' Guild gave its annual entertainment last night at tho Knickerbocker Theater before a large audience that included many clergymen and persons prominent in society, who were on the list of patrons and patronesses. De Wolf Hopper was master of ceremonies and Introduced the entertainers, who came from many of the Broadway shows. The volunteers included Gertrude Lawrence, Harland Dixon. Brennan and Rogers, Desiree Zollinger and Joseph Macauley with "The Wild Rose" male chorus; Flor-enco O'Denishawn, Ann Harding, Marie Cahill, Florence Reed, Fannie Rrice, Kddio Dow ling and other "Honeymoon Laners," Lee Tracy. Marjorie Gateson. Lillian Davies and Allen Prior of "Katja"; William L. Gordon, Arthur Lange and his Knickerbocker Theater Orchestra and many others, making up a long and interesting bill. New Productions Under Way At Lasky Astoria Studio Paramount 's Long Island-Astoria, studio will soon be in the midst of a late autumn and winter rush. Three pictures juat began production: two more will follow; three more in December and one early in January. In addition, one, "New York," with Luther Heed directing, is already in progress. During this month and most of December the studio will be crowded to capacity. On Nov. 12 Kdward Sutherland's "Love's Great Mistake" went into production. Josephine Dunn, one of the junior stars, will have the principal feminine role and the other important parts are played by William Powell, James Hall, Kvelyn Rrer.t and Iris Gray. The atory was adapted by Reeky Gardiner from Frederick Arnold Rummer's liberty Magazine story. W. C. Fields has started his third starring picture for Paramount. "The Potters." Fred Newmeyer is directing and Mary Alden and Ivy Harris, another junior star, are the other two principals thus far chosen. Tho story is by J. P. MeKvoy. Richard Dix also has started. His new effort is called "Paradise for Two." Gregory LaCava is directing. Retty Rronson and Andre Hera tiger will have featured roles. The story is an original by Howard Km met Rogers and the adaptation is by Hay Harris. - .Malcolm St. Clair will get "The Crosa-Kyed Captain' under way soon. This story is by Dixie Wlllson. It was adapted by Kenneth liuisbeck and Pierre Colllngs. "Afraid to Love" is tentatively sot for the latter part of the month. The start depends upon the recovery from illness of Florence Vidor. Frank Tuttle will direct. Wyndham Standing. Philip Strange and Charles Ryer will appear in support of Miss Vldor. This story is an adaptation from the stage play, "Face to Face," by Vincent Lawrence. Karly in December Herbert Brenon will start Warwick Deeping's story. "Sorrell and Son." The adaptation is being done by Elizabeth Median. It is also expected that a story will soon be ready for Thomas Meighan. On Dec. 20 Gilda Gray is scheduled to start her second starring picture for Paramount, "Cabaret." This will be directed by Robert Vignola. In January Kd Wynn will begin his first picture under the direction of ictor Heerman. Mr. Wynn is now writing the story at New Port Richey, Fla. on Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Carleton H. Palmer. 206 Clinton ave. Levina Wilson will ?oaeh the produetfon. Screen "Glory" Tomorrow The William Fox picturization of "What Price Glory, based on the stage play by Laurence Stallings and Maxwell Anderson, will have its premiere performance at the Sam. H. Harris Theater tomorrow evening. Victor Mclaglnn, Kdmund Lowe and Dolores Del Kio have the leading roles. Raoul Walsh directed the picture. The film version of "What Price Glory" comes finally to Brotdway after a wait of two yeaTS because of contractual arrangements, which specified the picture could not be shown until the play had closed throughout the country. AMl'SKM KXTS M MI UTX. AMl KEMl Nrs M VMIATTW. Brooklyn Heights Players It Is announced by the Brooklyn Heights Players, who have success fully launched the movement in Brooklyn for a Children's Theater with their Saturday morning produ tlons of "The Wizard of Oz," that the first play of the adult suhscrin tion series will be "Fear" and will open the new Little Theater on Jan 10. The play is of added interest because It is by a Brooklyn woman, Mrs. George Carrington, who, under her maiden name, Elaine Sterne, has written short stories and has had one-act plays produced on the Keith Circuit. This is her most ambitious attempt at play writing, however. It f-s a melodrama. Tryouts for the cast wjil be held Tilden in Movies Again William T. Tilden is about as busy these days as in the height of the tennis season. Tie is appearing ai the butler, an important role, in the picturfzatlon of "The Music Master" at the Fox Film Studios and acting the part of the tramp philosopher in "They All Want Something," at the Wallack Theater. Any talk about Tilden having a new racket, cinematically speaking, is incorrect, for he has appealed heretofore in the films. Also, any rumors that Mile. Suzanne Lenglen would be cast as the maid, Jenny, in "The Music Master" may be immediately discounted, as Helen Chandler, young Broadway actress, has the I art. Featherbed Lane Pie:Lyt:ria.i Church My dear Mr. Pemherton: Surely I am indebted to you for a most pleasant afternoon! "The Ladder" is captivating without a dull moment, and carries along the imagination and interest without any break. The acting was superior and the plot intriguing and quite novel. The bits of comedy are sparkling, the tragedy thrilling, the romance ingratiating. Accept my congratulations. Cordially, Signed Robert Bruce Clark Pastor Emeritus Now at the New Waldcif 50th St., Eait of B'wiy. Mits. Wcdaesdaf & Salard? AMI'SI Mi:XTS-BROOKLYN. AMISKMKXTS BROOK LVX. EE1 PC JAV NEAR t JL TLUmONC TRI. 41 MATS.DAIL Ti LiPniL wnui.UM4 THEATER NOTES Kdward Risby made such a hit In "This Woman Husiness' in Roston that his name has been put over the door in electrics along with those of o. p. Heggie and Genevieve Tobin. Kir Alfred Butt, who has come to New York expressly to see if "Oh, Kay" will be O. K. for London, will pive the show the critical "o.o." tonight. 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