The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on May 8, 1916 · Page 5
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The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana · Page 5

Indianapolis, Indiana
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Monday, May 8, 1916
Page 5
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THE ;IKD1AX;\POLIS STAR, MONDAY, MAY 8,' 1910. ^^^?^ i 3 ^y I A NEW IDEA IN PHOTO-DRAMAS With beating pulse and bated breath they will sit and look Wednesday--the thousands of moving picture devotees who have waited for these absorbing photo-dramas. They see hope, despair, love, hate and fear; honor and ambition and life itself weighed in the gripping series The theme is iiew .and striking. It asks--"WHO is most to blame when honor is lost? When love is crushed? When ideals are shattered? When life itself falls crashing into the abyss of destruction?" . . . . . . . .rl ' ' - . " ' It puts'the question to you-WHO'S GUILTY? MRS. WILSON WOODROW, the author, of the stories, with consummate skill has madeJierself a jiowerful. analyst of the, heart. She has used life as iUs:for^her materials. The life of men! The life of women! YOUR life as it might have been! YOUR-life as it may be! WHO'S is se ^ ies of Photo-dramas, each a separate and complete . problemplay. \G UILT Y? Designed first to entertain and interest you, these dramas . . are unique in that they ^ilso arouse your curiosity and your judgment. Every step and every scene lead to the vital question-^ WHO'S GUILTY? The-stories of the ·$-^ ! ^ ANNA NILSSON, the appealing emotional actress, and TOM MOORE play the leading roles in all the fourteen photo- dramas. The most fetching costumes in the newest modes magnify "the effect and superb acting of Miss Nilsson. HICKSON, i.ho Fifth AyeniK! costumoi-, designed ||| ( . s MISS NILSSON woars, cxcliisi'voly for tho Wf[(')'«. ? series. . - dramas"limr^emg 1 published daily, in The Star. SEE THESE ABSORBING PHOTO DRAMAS Extra Added Attraction EVERY WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY STARTING MAY 10 K ^»^ JI t ! aft Produced'biij^ · · . . ILM CORPOlU|t6N I *

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