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The Junction City Union from Junction City, Kansas • Page 4

Junction City, Kansas
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THE JUNCTION OTTY UNION, SEPTEMBER 1, 1919. BSSH rr- Bookings Announcing Extraordinary of AT Exceptional Feature Productions for the Season 1919-20 The Columbia Theater has been unusually fortunate in securing for the coming season one of the most extraordinary combinations of feature productions ever shown by one theater. Below are listed a portion of the productions which will be presented EXCLUSIVELY in Junction City at the Columbia: 4 1 it Pflrflinouiit''" Artcrflf t' 'Pictures Con'o(lo(l th vu tmc wmi(i to tiic i)est ii'(iumi-' imut -m money placed upon ic vidua! success. me iHiNuicmg uu-ces in iiieir ueiemunaium 10 maiie eacn 01 uiese prouuctious an mai- A tew of the extraordinary: features now being created by this company and which will be shown at the Columbia are: "WHY SMITH LEFT "Mary's Ankle," starring Douglas MacLean and Doris May, under the supervision of Thomas II. luce in an 'adaptation of Way Watson Tally's CECIL 13.

I)E MILLE'H Production "MALE AND FEMALE" By Joanie MuuPhcrson. Adapted from Sir JaniKS Barrio'a play, "The Admirable Criehton." "EVE RY WOMAN Directed by George Melford. Spectacular drama by Walter Browne 1 Violet Homing and all-star cast. ''THE LOTTERY MAN" By Dida Johnson Young. Starring Wallace Peld.

IIUCKL 1 INN From the famous Mark Twain story Directed by William D. Taylor. "The Mirado Man," a Mayflower production, directed by George Loane Tucker. From the play by George M. Cohan.

"The Misleading Widow," starring Billie Burke, adapted from the Margaret Anglin play "Billeted," by F. Tennyson "Jesse and H. N. Harwood. Directed by John S.

Robertson. "The Female of the Species," starring' Ethel Clayton, in an adaptation of the surprise story by Joseph Gol-lomb. "It Pays to Advertise," starring Bryant Washburn, from the stage success by Roi Cooper Megruo and Walter llackott. Directed by Donald Crisp. "Widow by Proxy," starring Mar-( guerito Clark in an adaptation of (he farce by Catherine Chisholm dishing.

Directed by Walter Edwards." "Hawthorne of the U. S. starring Wallace Reid, from the pjay. Cecil B. DeMille will produce some of his especially directed features, dealing with subjects that strike home to every class of audience.

"Told in the Hills," starring Robert Warwick, directed by George Melford, from the novel by Marah Ellis Ryan. "The Egg-Crate Wallop," starring Charles Ray, under the supervision of Thomas H. Ince. An original story by Julien Josephson, author of "Greased i Lightning." Directed by Jeromd' Storm. Valley of the Giants," starring Wallace Reid in the story by Petor B.

Kyne which ran as a serial in Red" Book. Directed by James Cruze. "The Witness for the Defense," starring Elsie Ferguson, directed by George Fitzmaurice. Adapted from the play by A. E.

W. Mason. "The Third Kiss," starring Vivian Martin, from the story by Heliodore Tenno. Directed by Robert Vignola. HOME" Farce by George Kroadhurst.

Starring Bryant WaBhburn. "PEd ()' MY HEART" Play by J. Hartley Manners. With all-star cast. Directed by William C.

DeMille. "APRIL FOLLY" By Cynthia Stockley. A Cosmopolitan Production. Featuring Marion Daviea. Directed by Robert Leonard.

"The Restless Sex," a Cosmopolitan production from the New York society novel by Robert Chambers. Scenario by Frances Marion, 'comedy. i Productions as yet unnamed will include the Fatty Arbuckle Comedy features, John Barrymore, the Syd Chap-Jin Comedy features, Dorothy GiBh, the Mack Sennctt Comedy features and the productions of Maurice Tourneur. "The Cinema Murder," from the mystery story by E. Phillips Oppen-heim, which ran serially in Hearst's Magazine.

A Cosmopolitan production. SELECT PICTURES CORPORATION PRODUCTIONS Featuring such well known stars as Clara Kimball Young, Olive Thomas, Eugene O'Brien, Elaine Hammerstein, Owen Moore, Elsie Janes, William H. Hart, Millie Burke and Marguerite FIRST NATIONAL ATTRACTIONS- Nornia Talmage dramatic creations and -Including Man Pickford productions, 1). W. Griffith masterpieces, Charlie Chaplin million dollar comedies, Constance Talmage comedies, Charles Ray features.

REAL ART PICTURES With features starring Mary Miles Brady, Constance Bimiev and others. The Columbia has contrac ted for the entire output of the above companies and these features will be shown in Junction City simultaneously with their release in all of the large cities. Because of the higher cost of film production, higher film rentals and the increased gov ernment tax, on and after September 1 the admission at the Columbia will be as follows: Childrenomder 12 yrs, iOc, war tax 1c Total 11c. Adults 20c, war tax 2c Total 22c Prices at theaters in other cit ies are 2Se 55c for the same entertainment. z6 has Been Designated as Paramount-Artcraft Week b'C presented and the week's productions will mark the beginning of the greatest niotjon picture season in the historyof the The-Week of September 1 Buring'tms week only Paramount-Artcraft pictures will" Columbia Theater.

Wednesday and Thursday, September 3rd and 4th Monday, Sept. list- DOROTHY GISH IN "NOBODY AT HOME" A story of Newlvweds, love, bad siims and burg From the Famous RED BOOK STORY By Peter B. Kyne A picture of majestic, power. 1 S3 TJ I BSiM-e-J ii mm i IT" A rugged tale of the red-wood slo)CS of giants of the forest of giants among men. liars.

The screen's greatest comedienne in a rbje that will keep you laughing for days. -Tuesday, Sept. 2nd Friday, Sept. 5th Saturday, Sept. 6th- Present? Prcsenti 111 tm il mm i Ljto L.J LOVE '-ipia rMJc5 THIEF" INSURANCE 5 v- rp.

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