Brooklyn Life from Brooklyn, New York on December 2, 1922 · Page 15
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BROOKLYN LIFE 15 t . . . . - VI- v (. ALBERT SPALDING violinist, at Academy of Music, Monday Evening, December 4th pany in a new one-act comedy by Edwin Burke entitled "Day Dreams." Miss Aug will be supported by Olive West, Bert Robinson and James Moore. A dramatic oddity in one act will be shown in George Kelly's comedy "The Weak Spot." The cast includes: Delle Evans, Marie Falls and Richard Renier. Shaw and Lee, "Nature's Gifts," with their absurd "make up," in a dancing and clowning turn, and Eddie Weber and Marion Ridnor, "Just a Couple of Nifties" will be seen in a hilarious, swiftly-moving comedy skit. Jack Little "The Paderewski of Syncopation"; The Stanley Brothers, "Two Danish Phlegmatics" ; The Four Tanarakis, in an athletic novelty; Aesop's Fables, "Topics (Bfiffte EflimsfieaiD (A Few Suggestions) Autoharps $6 to $25 Banjos $15 to $80 Banjo-Mandolins .$12 to $136 Banjos, Tenor. .. .$20 to $80 Banjo-Ukuleles ... $6 to $18 Bugles $3 to $12 Cornets $15 to $90 Dinner Chimes $7 to $90 Drums $13 to $450 Fifes $1 to $12 Flutes $30 to $200 Guitars $15 to $175 Harps $75 to $3,000 Mandol'ns $5 to $150 Music Rolls $lto $5 Music Satchels. ... $2 to $18 Piccolos $10 to $65 Saxophones $75 to $165 Trombones $25 to $6S-4 Taropatches ...... $15 to $35 Ukuleles ..$4 to $25 Violins $10 to $1,000 Violoncellos $50 to $700 Demonstrations by talented players Catalog free on request TELEPHONE VANDERBILT UM Chas. II. Ditson fiCo. 8-10-12 East 34th Street ot the Day," and Pathe News Pictures will round out the program. CAPITOL THEATRE A new screen sensation combining melodrama with the thrill of mystery is promised in the new Goldwyn production, "A Blind Bargain," which will be the principal film feature at the Capitol .Theatre next week. It is a pseudo-scientific story adapted from a tale by Barry Pain called "The Octave of Claudius" and is directed by Wallace Worsley. To the capable hands and ingenious talent for characterization of Lon Chaney is entrusted two roles that of a half-mad surgeon and the human wreck who is the victim of one of his experiments. The cast further includes Jacqueline Logan, not so long ago of the "Follies'" ranks of beauty; Raymond McKee, Fontaine La Rue, Virginia True Boardman, Aggie Herring and Virginia Madison. CAPITOL: Edwin Denby, Secretary of the Navy, has written to S. L. Rothafel congratulating him on the artistic presentation which was given to the official Navy picture "Rolling Down to, Rio with Secretary Hughes" at the Capitol Theatre recently. In his communication the Secretary says: "Please accept my sincere appreciation of the interest that you show in the Naval Service, and my thanks for the practical assistance which you have given in keeping the Service before the public." LOEW'S BREVOORT Rex Ingram's master production for Metro "The Prisoner of Zenda" presented with the same music score as during the sensational run on Broadway, is the week-end feature at Loew's Brevoort Theatre. It has a splendid cast including Alice Terry, Barbara LaMarr, Lewis Stone, Ramon Navaree and Robert Edeson. Monday and Tuesday will bring Viola Dana in her new Metro comedy "Love in the Dark" with Cullen Landis in the cast, and Herbert Rawlinson in "One Wonderful Night." Cullen Landis and Colleen Moore in "Forsaking All Others" and Richard Tal-tnadge, who outdoes Fairbanks when it comes to stunts, in "Lucky Dan" are those scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday. Thomas Meighan in "The Man Who Saw Tomorrow" with Theodore Roberts, June Elvidge, Jane -Novak and Leatrice ('.tit- t iy v v - " ' : ) i' ' " .' it ? ,1., w ? j Si1 - - . y, - ;"3ss - v .... t -' - (A, ' MANHATTAN AMUSEMENTS MARJORIE RAMBEAU In "The Goldfish" at the Montauk Theatre next week Joy (who played with him in "Manslaughter") will be Friday's, Saturday's, and Sunday's big offering. This is really a "different" picture, with a story that is original. The romance of it whirls you to the South Seas, to the dizzy heights of London society, and to a land where mortal has never been before, where Fate reveals to Tommy Meighan, whose plight is to be in love with two beautiful women, just where his happiness lies. HIPPODROME: Baby Elephant as Lobby Pet "Judy," a baby elephant, less than a year old, has joined the cast of "Better Times" at the New York Hippodrome. The baby elephant is stationed in the foyer of the theatre before each performance for the purpose of meeting and entertaining the members of the Hippodrome's juvenile clientele. In addition tc acepting their caresses, "Judy" has been taught to distribute souvenirs with its trunk to the children who visit the Hippodrome. The baby elephant is 3 feet high and weighs 387 pounds. "Lena," the largest of the Hippodrome herd, is 11 feet tall and weighs 9,400 pounds. STOR "The Town That Forgot God" enters the sixth week of its engage-(Continued on page 18) A - : v , t 1 I - J 1 VIOLA DANA In "Love in the Dark" at Loew's Brevoort next Monday and Tuesday MUSIC BOX THEATRE W. 45 8t. Bryant 1470. (hi. 8:15. Matt, Wd. & Sat. 8AM H. HARRIS OFFERS IRVING BERLIN'S NEW MUSIC BOX REVUE STAGED BY HA88ARD 8H0RT . WITH A GREAT CAST Haxino Elliott's VS&M SAW H. HARRIS Frtienti JEANNE EAGELS in "IEAR,, Founded tit W. 8omr Mnuqham'a 8tory "MI88 THOMPSON' El TIMftC THIS., W. 42d St. Ev. 8.80 CkllllUC MntM. Weil. A Snt. .0 A. II. WOODS l'reents FL0REI1CE REED In "EAST OF SUEZ" Br W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM GEO. Ml! Ill Then., B-Way nt 42nil St. m. bUllAll Mat. Wed and Sat. 2i30 THE LOVE CHILD By HENRY BATAILI,E Adnnted for the American Stnffe By MARTIN BROWN W(h a Notnhle Company, Including SIDNEY BLACKMGIl JANET HEECHER I.EE RAKER last tvanfJinG With VM. COURTLEIGH Is a Hit "Really better than 'The Bat. We suffered and enjoyed at terrifying thrill it we have known in the theatre." HEY WOOD BROUN, WORLD. ffl HIM THEATRE, W. 43TII ST. IkLllVrf Niffht 8.80. Mnta. Wed. " and Snt. at 2i3Q "BETTER TIMES" AT TUB . ' ... HIPPODROME Manng:ementChnrlea DlllinKhnm GREATEST SPECTACLE EVKn STAGED AT THE HIPPODROME Mnt I nee Dally 2il5. Eves. 8il5 CAPITOL '""Sn! Werld't Lamest and Most Beautiful Theatre BEGINNING SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3RD GOLDWYN Presents "LORNA DOONE" With MADGE BELLAMY CAPITOI. GRAND ORCHESTRA ERNO RAPEE, Conductor Presentations by 8. L. ROTHAFEL THE SCREEN'S MIGHTIEST ACHIEVEMENT Douglas mm "ROBIN HOOD" LVDir THEATRE, 42nd ST. .T-nlV W. OP BROADWAY TWICE DAILY, 2:20 AND 8:20 PPTPTPQ EVES., SAT. t SUN. MAT80 50e TO ST XVILXjO . $2.00. DAILY MATS. 800 TO $1.50 ASTOR THEATRE BROADWAY, AT 45TH STREET NOW PLAYING Twice Daily 2.30 A 8.30 WILLIAM FOX Preaenta "THE TOl'Jn THAT FORGOT GOD" Directed by HARRY MILLARDE, WHO STAGED "OVER THE HILL "SOCIETY'S LATEST FAD. -"Under Southern Sklea" Amerleaa Room Charming; - Entertainment XTnlqae AFTER THEATRE 50TH AT BROADWAY Advance Reservation Only , Phone Circle 2331 "YOU'LL LOVE ITSZ

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