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THE DETROIT FREE PRESS SUNDAY, JANUARY 20, 1929 PART FOUR HOLLYWOOD Wampas Baby Stars History Renee Adoree to Free Lance Mourn Marc MacDermott Marie Dressier Back Again Dowling and Dooley to Make Talkie Phyllis Haver Said to Have Another Success Other News. Hy Scoop Cordon. parts in Long Island film studio; , , , . . . i came to Hollywood a year ago as Thirteen U a lucky number for , of Harry K. Thaw; was thirteen young motion P're ac-; f f rom xinJnnk and 'giv)lrl tresses annually when the Wampas, ,i,k wiiii. u.:... an organization of Hollywood pub-! J?n ' ,am f: l.rity sages, selects the "Bub" Haggage and later was Stars." The fortunate ones in th?,!" with Joan Crawford in eminent list for 1929, which genet- i DnrinK Daughters" and with ally leads to fame and fortune, are: i Navarro m "The Flying JeAn Arthur, Sally filane. Betty i ' . Bcvd. Kthlyn Claire, Doris Dawson, ,,M?nn ro- brunette, born In Josephine Dunn, Helen Fostei. ! Mexico City; considered one of the Doris Hill. Caryl Lincoln, Anita I greatest "finds' in pictures; came Dagc, Mona Kico, Helen Twelve-!'0 Dos Angeles with family three trees and Loretta Young. ! PB BK; rml name, Maria I will endeavor to give you a ' Enriqueta Valenzuela; started work brief description of the personal- ! in pictures as an "extra"; her ities and careers of this year's crop: j chance came when she wag chosen Jean Arthur, brown-haired native as a girl with "pretty hands" to of New York city, started in pic lures in Hollywood in 1923 after be ing a model, featured in two-reel comedies (irst and then in westrrn productions; best known for her work last year with Richard l'ix in "Warming I'p"; was with Krnil Janninps in "Sins of the Fathers." and in the all-star production, "The Canary Murder Case," not yet released. Sally Elane. brown-haired and the only unhobbed baby star: born in Sallda. Colo.; began screen career as a child actress in Hollywood; when 16 she was picked for sec ond lead In Universale "Collegian" scries; later was a featured player with Wallace Beery and Raymond HHtlon. Tom .Mix, jack Holt, Chester Conklin and W. C. Fields. Hetty Boyd, auburn-haired, born in Kansas City, AIo., and considered the outstanding beauty of the llli'9 stars; started in films three years ago, now featured with Lupino Lane in educational pictures. Ethlyne Claire, auburn-haired, born in Talladega, Ala., near Birmingham; after attending college she played for a year in dramatic stock In Atlanta. Ca.; started In pictures' in New York two years ago, later came to Hollywood "and featured in "westerns" with Hoot Gibson and William Desmond; now being tarred in a serial at Pathe Doris Dawson, chestnut hair, born In ril.tA,.).! r . 1 ' ,i,i, L-i.... nt, A "j ' I T,ivrf ,h c.v,;;. . ' in "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come"; opposite Harry Iang-don in "Heart Trouble." and has had important roles with Jack Mul-hall and Alice While. Josephine Dunn, blond, born in New York city: started on stage at 14 in Winter Garden. New York, and later with Zicgfeld's Follies: entered Paramount movie school and came to Hollywood; after being given leads in two pictures, she whs told she was "not the tvpe" and was released; out of work nine months, then given lead in suppoit of William Haines In "Excess Rag-gage" and "A Man's Man": best known for work with Al Jolson in "The Singing Fool." Hel"n Foster, brown-haired, born In Independence. Kan., protegee of 1 Mrs. Wallace Reid. widow of late Wallie Reid: started In pictures three years ago with little success until last year, when she was 1 starred in eight pictures by Inde- : pendent producers. Doris Hill, tltian-halred, born in ! Uoswell, N. M educated Fort Worth. Tex.: first appeared In Minis in "The Better 'Ole" in 1024; later! played opposite George O'Hara. j Caryl Lincoln. auburn-haired, born in Oakland, Cal., Los Angeles high school graduate and former co-ed at University of California at Los Angeles; started In picture : I wo years ago by doubling for leading stars In scenes where pretty legs were needed; later In "Cradle Simlihers" with Sally Filers and Sally Phlpps, both Wampas Baby j stars of last year. I Antia Page, blonde, horn In ' Flushing. Long Island; left school ! at 15 to become an actress; given ! . fit iwr frtv' ' v. ' : 4 , j ,1 ATX -l ANY cold can mean the flu; the surest nay to avoid flu is to avoid . colds. At the first sign of a cold, take Bayer Aspirin. And at any sign of sore throat, gargle with Bayer Aspirin. It is the most reliable form of relief, and a real safeguard. There is not the slightest harm in free use of this wonderful antidote for colds, neuralgia, headaches, and other pain. Just look for Bayer on the package. That name is impor f Ik V IB a i Atpirin li the trde FILM LETTER play in picture directed by Ernst Lubitsch German director; Lubitsch never saw her before but was impressed with her work and she was jumped to a chief role in upport of John Rarrymore in "Llei nal Love. Helen Twelvetrecs, dark-haired, born in Brooklyn, N. Y.; studied in dramatic school and began on stage with stock company in New York; was In "Broadway," "An American Tragedy" and "Elmer Gantry"; she is called the "perfect i,. ,,m, . uniivwni genue; came to Hollywood to work in "talkies" and has been assigned leading role in "The Ghost Talks." Loretta Young, sistee- of Sally Rlane, brown-hnired. born in Salt I-ake City; educated in convent, at age of four, played in picture with Fanny Ward, and was well known as child artist; first won pronil nence opposite Jxin Chancy in "iAugh, Clown, Laugh," later In "White and Unmarried," and recently with Colleen Moore In "Naughty but Nice." The 13 Wampas Rahy stars will be formally presented to the public at me annual wampas lronc, February 12. at the Shrine auditorium. In Ixs Angeles. Itooneys on Screen. One of the greatest vaudeville headlining families has succumbed inea . The i 1" of the talkies Rnnnavt hnva tr,t wllllnc ota frt the persuasive arguments of "Uncle ! Carl" Lnemmle. signing to star in a .ri rtf olc-hr IwmbI falLini, nnH musical comedies under the Cnl- versal banner. Pat Roonev and his wife. Marian Bent, and their son, Patsv Roonev. will mnlte their rie- hut on the screen this week when they start production of their first comedy at Universal City. Ireland forever! j To Free. Ijtnce. Rene Adoree, that colorful French girl, who won great success in "The Big Parade" is leaving the I Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer company, to I free lance for the satisfaction of selecting her own roles. Miss 1 Adoree has been with the M-G-M ' company for four years and Is con-idered one of the finest actresses , in pictures. Rene Is no ordinary type, therefore she is rather dim-cult to cast. By free lancing, she will have a much better opportunity to get the roles for which she is best suited. Veteran I'lisse. One by one the veteians of the reen are passing. I Ins time It vt-.u mi,:,i, -, f h :,est actors of stage' or screen. d a man who has been a famous mvle figure ever since the pioneer ' iys of the industry. A fine figure i ' f a gentleman 'as well as a! doing lp. polished actor, MacDermott was In 1 Phyllis H-ver's last picture for constant demand at the Hollywood Pathe, "The Office Scandal." is hall-sludios. Although he has been In ed as one of the finest pictures of ill health for the last year or so, ; his death came unexpectedly was due to chronic liver troubl 1 Jk 'v X. 'ii mmi i M SAflf.i r ' M . tant. T here is only one genuine Aspirin. It has medical endorsement. It comes with proven directions. Learn the many uses of Bayer Aspirin and avoid much needless suffering. fill y y mark of Bzyer Var.ufictjrt cf MonoacfJciC:dcsttr of SiLcyUciCid The veteran actor was 55 yean of J age and during his long and honor-1 able stage and screen career he had i won a place which cannot be easily filled. With Harold Lloyd. After many weeks of careful consideration, Harold Lloyd has; finally selected his leading lady, i This time, the fortunate girl is that ' promising youngster, Barbara Kent. I Through the courtesy of Carl , Laemmle, the be-spectacled star j was able to borrow Miss Kent toi the role. Barbara is of that wholesome American girl typ that you always find in Harold Lloyd com-edies, like. Jobyna Ralston, Mildred , Davis and Bebe Daniels. Get Acquainted. I Now that "The Bridge of San Luis Rev" is completed at the M-O-M studios, the vivacious Lily Damita has been sent a-travellng by the astute Samuel Goldwyn, her producer He figures that if the peppy and colorful French actress shows in person in the theaters in i the larger cities of the United ' Slates, she will become better j known and popular all the sooner. No doubt, she will as this DamtTa girl Is quite a colorful personality. She reminds me of her fellow i countryman, Maurice Chevalier ; in one respect her geography is not so good ; Lily has an idea that ; tarveling all over the United States j ig like taking a hop from Paris to London or Berlin. She'll be a much wiser girl by the time she gets: back and she'll be one foreign1 actress who will understand that i the United States means something! more than New York and Holly wood. More About Betty. When I wrote last week that Betty Compson was enjoying new popularity because of her great performance in "The Barker" I cited her new contract with the Warner Brothers for six pictures as proof. Now it appears that ine r. r. w. company nan uncnt: .signed Miss Compson to an agree-: ment to make four pictures under i lis uaunei. wen, sue ueseives ii sneg a spienuta trouper. Veteran Returns. Neailv 10 vears have elapsed since Marie Dressier has appeared oeninu me loomgnis, ana 11 re- an animal maincd for Edward Everett Hortonijg Preposition to induce her return. As Miss , prpnlt Again Dressier hius beer, appeal ing in the j 31 Xot at a,f silent and talkie dramas recently, ' 33 spoil Hoi ton took advantage of her pi es- ! 35 p0jnt where eitce in riouywoou lu BiKU net i"i i one of the leading roles in "The j swan. The Molnar play also marks the return to the local stage i T?nl..v, LV...KA lxis has been playing opposite Hor-1 ton In talking screen comedies -V,ll l.-,K ,.-r,Aua Xauf Lnncur.l1 ance here was In "1 he Green Hat, is under contract to Metro-Goldwyn-; Mayer. A busy boy. this Horton; he makes talkine nictures bv day. and stars on the stage at night. j "The Collegians." Although short subjects are sel dom featured in the movies. V k now,.p(lgp. ' oddlv enough, it was reckon everybody Is familiar with ...,. . .,-.' 5 ' c,i "The Collegians"- Universale popular series of romantic college comedies. Young Cr.r! Laemmle. who " ri..L.,v, Criu.;'nrf George Lewi, will be continued to i be co-featured in the series this season. Dorothy Gulliver is a Wampus liuby star of li)2. W hite Collars. With the decision of Metro-Goldwyn Mayer 10 produce Edith Ellis' successful stage play. "White Collars." as a talking picture, it seems Ihul IV, ,um OnU d la I chosen to direct. He has selected , f"or,d "''"""Lf b'5, M u t ,&t a cast capable of speaking lines- '" 9 dld Clara P"w- ',S Conrad Nagel. Bessie Love and made her 'yreen debut In that pir-t,ci!a rvnm". This will be Bessie ! but the breaks carried Miss T nvp's first nicture under her new . ....tract which was won by her splendid performance in "Broadway Melody." the year. It is the only true to Hie nd picture of American newspaper life .le.lever sceened to the best of my I Jlvoid the 1 1 'A TODAY'S CROSS T" IT 3 !o "" il ii fm 15 ii wmfSr H15 ! 3r rferni? -X . tmt tijt 'mat 47 hTt W bo ?P """" bi 53 H55 -5b 157 It) V 59 """jbo 1 pr 1-0 1 Horizontal, 1 Delineated 8 A circle around the moon 9 To Invade suddenly Answer to Yesterday'! Puzzle. 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In fact, "The Office Scandal" Is doing something 'or everybody connected with it. As direct result of a clever portrayal if a newspaper office boy. Jlmmle Aldine has been placed under a long term contract by Pathe. Although this picture has not yet been re- leased, Pathe officials lost no time in securing Aldine's name to a con- tract after its preview recently. Six years ago, Aicune maae nis ueout In pictures as the cabin boy in "Down to the Sea In Ships." He w to me very iup. w..e jimmy spent year. . do mg extra work k-j "';"''""' ",'"' get me recognition mat lanea 10 come until he was engaged for "The Othce Scandal." Aldine is the fourth member of the junior stock company now being assembled by 7 being assembled bv Avres, Dorothy Ward dnms were previously Pathe. Lew nH Vlnl.t Art 7 Vt n 'eveVah'"! ough course of training for the talk-; Ing pictures in preparation for their appearance in feature roles for : Pathe. News Notes. That popular team, Dorothy Mackaill and Jack Mulhall, arc to ! co-featured next in a story called "Two Weeks Off " First National tins signed William Reaudine, a master of comedy, to direct. Now that Milton Sills has added to his popularity by virtue of his great performance of "The Barker," it Is only natural that the Warner Brothers and First National should do right by him. To this end, a Some Truths About Told by Her Picture Jeanne Eagels and temperament are synonymous In the public imagination. Stories float around about how explosive she Is. how difficult to direct and she Is the last person to deny it. She en 1T1NT.LLTJ.'-LEL courages the stones, knowing they ; most to the shoulders: eyes some-phjtie the curiosity of the public, j times blue. Just as often green. Undoubtedly she Is temperamental, i gray, almost yellow: nose turned But when Monta Bell finished di- i up; slim, lithe figure; actually recting her first picture. "Man, ! smaller than one suspects even Woman, and Sin." he urged his company to sign her for a long contract. Later when he came over to Paramount and supervised her next picture, the all-talking feature.1 "The Letter." Immediately upon its j England, in the company of George completion he got her signature to Arlis there, and coming to Amer-an agreement fur two more. ; lea with him. She speaks with an Studying Miss Eagels critics English accent and was educated notice "her lightning energy. There 1 by tutors while acting for she went Is nothing placid about her: If she i on the stage when seven years of is silting, she leans and gestures: age. Gora and Erich Still Friends, Make Sound Records For "Queen Kelly" I Tn preparation for the recoiling dnimatlc horsewhipping scenes In j of sound and dialogue in "Queen ! which Mrs Swanson. playing a 1 Kelly." Gloria Swar.son's third in- convent girl. i driven fiom the ! dependentlv filmed picture, the ' roval palace of "Cnbourr-Nasseu" producer-star and her director, Frlch Von Strohcim. have trans- fried production activities to the , Pathe studios in Culver City, wheie the balance of the picture . will be made. j rn,r,!..t. rumrilinK nnn rat n ' I has been set up for Miss ;swnnn ; on one of the sound stages, ,-j'eriel j e-iuipment hnvmg been lushed j i from New York to augment ti e in- j stallation already in operation j there In addition, a number of massive sets have been prepired. 'including a dance hall report In j Par e-Sa!sni. in which more than 1 Co. characters cf almost all r.a- tlonslities will sppear. The com- j pany's move rere.itte1 a belt In j camera work fur several days, time : being required rot only to t:ans-; l fer equipment but alo to work out details of the dance hall a- tion ; which, with it ar'-nmps-.mu r.t f-f sound and dia!"go. pionuses to he one of the nv t coloiful n enes ever filmed Director Von Ftrohelm. who also ! the author Of "Queen Kelly." completed the Oerrran por'ioi of tbe story w ith the Aiming of h .-hiy WORD PUZZLE 16 Those who Journey 17 The Keystone state (abbr.) 18 Perform 20 Hindered 22 Massacre 23 Disobedient 26 A state in the United States 29 A wild beast 31 Secretion from In'lamed tissues 32 A spinning toy 33 A rodent 34 Girl's name (abbr.) 38 Effecting Vertical. 1 Damp 2 A large deer 41 Moderate low temperature 43 Male deer 44 Hurt 3 In this manner 46 430 sheets of 4 Performed over again 5 British (abbr ) 6 Consume 7 Regular course of papper 48 A high shoe 60 Bachelor of Science (abbr.) 51 Red Cross (abbr.) i . 1 u 52 A sitting place 8 Part of a limb A ,., " F 54 A tailless, 10 To move swiftly 11 Falling moisture 12 Gill's name 13 Strap used to control draft animals jumping amphibian Tid Gripped 58 A dessert 60 To lash 62 Late Latin (abbr.) 63 Street (abbr.) 15 Prevaricator Richard Connell story, "Pat and Mike." is Sills' next vehicle, with Frank Lloyd directing. "Pat and Mike" is a corking story of two Irish cops, and Sills will be In his element In the dual roles in this he- j man y.rn I Not satisfied with purchasing ' "Rio Rita" to produce as a talking j picture, the enterprising F. B. O. j company, under the leadership of I Joseph Kennedy, has also acquired i the talking picture rights to "Hit j the Deck." As these two musical : comedies scored tremendous sue- cesses on the stage, a duplication on the screen is expected. Completing the cast of Lon Cha-ney's new picture, "Where East Is Fast," Lloyd Hughes has been signed M-G-M to play the romantic lead opposite Lupe Velez. Chaney is the sinister animal trainer and F.stelle Taylor, his wife. Tod Browning is , ,Mi , ,hll, 1. d , sjam , L Three Episodes In the Life of 1 ',im,u'j niiiiir 0 mu,.r uum wnirn Frank Borzage is devising a picture co-starring Janet Gaynor j Timothy Osborne is the story from 1 will be good : ana 1 naries earreu. ine reunion ar pair on the screen news to all those who njoyed them in "Seventh Heaven ' ! A "Street Angel ' I , ('rta Grandstedt walked to Hoi- ivwuiw 110111 rsaii r raiiciot u, laiiuuiK there with nine dollars. She waited on tables, worked In beauty parlors and finally broke Into the movies as a Mark Sennett bathing girl. Finally the ambitious young Swedish girl landed a part on the stage in Jaime Del Rio's play, "From Hell Came a Lady." Now she has made a permanent place for herself on the serefn by scoring successes in "Excess Baggage," "Shop Worn Angel." and "Daily Bread." She has been selected by Paramount to play in "Close Harmony" with Nancy Carroll and Buddy Rogers. Jeanne Eagels Sponsors if standing, she walks, takes dancing steps, whirls around: she talks rapidly, her ideas running ahead faster than her speech; eyes snap; voice trills, seizing the attention. Her hair is yellow, bobbed long, al- from watching her at close range; dazlingly beautiful; sometimes not. Miss Kegels was born In Boston of a Spanish father and Irish mother and has played mu(h in hy Seena Owen, who portrays the mad c(ueen. Walter Byron, youn;; English landing man. is cast In the role of Prince Wolfram-Fhrhart whose romance with the convent miss leads to thl dramatic clinic "Q" "n Ke'ly" will be released by l'n!td Amis' (n both silent and synchronized form. -- Son of the extras working in the st,.l cl;.ii seem s of an oc, n liner thong!, t they had the warme : job in lio.lywood, un'tl they sa-.. other extras on a nearby st sweltering In heavy furs. Inchidir.g hoc ! which completely rcver-M their heads. Th latter were the bit players of Eskimo roles In a picture of the frozen north. Greta Grar.stedt. well known charaeter actress, has been adc.ed to t cast of "Clee Harmony." the !;iie Jani-Gne Markov fil'n of hack-.-tege life, now being filmed wish Charles Rogers and Nancy Carroll heading the ct. It Is an llMialogue production directed by John Cromwell. Broadway Stage dl- rex tor actor. MEN HAVE BEST LUCK Harder for Women to Secure Extra's Places, Casting Directors Say. Hollywood, Jan. 19. (U. P.) Despite the general opinion to the contrary men film "extras" have more chance to work than women, a survey conducted by the Central Casting bureau, the Motion Picture Producers' association and allied organizations showed. The check also Indicated that the men have more chance for promotion than the women. A prominent casting director, Dan Kelley, of First National, supplied the following: Five of every 1 seven extras employed in the vurious studios daily are men; one 1 of each 360 extras employed Is a j child: there are 14,800 persons registered for extra work; extras' j salaries vary from $5 to $15 per day : and a general average of their 1 earnings is $8.46 when they work, i There are about 100 players whose names are considered valuable at the theater box office. This includes, of course, the big stars upon whose popularity the success of the average film depends. Approxi-mately 2,000 players of higher rank ; than "extras" support this group i In roles of varying Importance. In filming "Children of the Rltz." First National used about 255 men 1 and 170 women. Twelve of the men and seven of the women were of the "2.000" group. On the subject of employment as film "extras." the stars continue to tell young America to stay at home. Here are some of the opinions: Clara Bow -"Think of the greatest disappointment in your life and , then come to Hollywood prepared to accept one 10 times greater." i Bebe Daniels "Borrow all the unused cross-word puzzle books as : you can. Bring them to Hollywood and they will help you pass away the time between casting office re- fusals. Esther Ralston "Upon arriving In Hollywood go to Los Angeles Im-; mediately, get a job and forget about the studios." George Bancroft "There Is only one certain way to become a Hollywood extra. Marry a casting director and hope that he will not lose his Job." Buddy Rogers "Just be lucky and have faith enough in your luck to last It out." Adolnhe Menjou "Possession of a wardrobe Is the most important single item. He or she aspiring to be a successful extra, and by that I mean one who works at least two days a week one cannot expect more should have a fashionable assortment of dress for any affair of day or night." , FROM ABROAD Washington Relays Item From Many Foreign Lands. Washington, Jan. 19. (Special to I The Free Press). A new turn com- . pany is reported in the Bataviau ' ! press to have been organized in .Java, according to the department i 'of commerce. The trade and film company. Orion (Ltd.), with a cap-: ital of 50.000 florins i$20.0"O. of I which 10,000 florins ($4 0ll) has ; been paid in. has been established i In Java, Trade Commissioner i Thomas C. Barringer, Batavia, re-I ports. The object of the company Is the production of and the trading in of films. The promoters are living ! i at Pekalonenn. The technical di-; i rector will be a Chinese who ac quired his training in America. j Rumania. i Rumania has a total of 3.17 mo tlon picture theaters, according to latest reports, with a seating capacity of 12&.680, according to the department of commerce. Thece theaters range in capacity from 500 to 2.000 seats, 159 of them having a capacity of 78,950. and operating dally, while 198 of them, with a seating capacity of 50,730. operate at Irregular intervals. Assistan' Trade Commissioner L. J. Cochrane, Bucharest, report. Russia. The directors of the "Povkino" of . Russia have decided to limit the length of their films to 1,700 meters in order to allow for the showing of an educational film in each pro- ; gram. It Is stated that this kind 1 of film is becoming increasingly popular in Russia. Norway. ! Production In Norway, which has ( been somnolent for some time, is j gradually awakening once more. Waller Furat has just trade.shown ! his new film, 'Cafe X." under the ' banner of his Furst Film company, lit is an essentially national, almost ! local, production, most of its ac-i tion taking place against the color- ' I ful background of the ancient town ; j of Oslo. The scenario Is a simple j lone, and gives scope for the exploitation of the picturesque fjords. , j Furst Is reported to have done his 1 ; work well. j Bulgaria. j 1 A great number of P.ulgirian distributors are facing seiioos dim- ruities w ith regard to payment for first-run films, which they are sell- j , ing In Rjlgarls. These cliticultles ' are motivated by the following reasons: All goods arriving in Bulgaria must remain at the euston house for a montn. during which O O Q out T.r. 2.H to 11. CI f. 7819 NOW PLAYING! Ar.'tlrr . . .- jc AV...,ji! .ViX.'.T,-,,-,, Th Motion Picture Guild o WAH MOSSVIH i ikt Ff.e'i ' OThe Moscow Art Theatre i. PUSHKIN'S I.rama!:c I ale o The Station o Master" Crr th aplvndors and rvlry 3tt th- ftmr Imperial ft. nPlribff. Hi m bumu m4 m-4hrlttfit try malik ajrttunf yen icrrMH 1 CDI.-.I A .m . o ... F U1UH.AL A04T.i , . -'. time the central office for foreign moneys issues a check in foreign currency. The film is only delivered to the Bulgarian purchaser when he has bought the check and handed It to the commission agent. HV MIDNIGHT SHOW SAT, " THE STAGE AXTHOKY & K OWL AND "Malta It DUtinct" FOUR KARF.EYS "Human Elattie Bandt" JARm, HARRIS OH & CO. with SONNY JARVIS in "ELEVATED LOVE" ZUVA and ORR With FLSIE DALLAS, VIDA and PEGGY and M ARIK LORKDO "A DANCE REVUE" DE'oAREST & DELANO 'A Cuckoo Concert" 1 n 1 ' 1 1 1 1 Mf THE STAGE -v, 1 . I II J MTHOHY & KQWLAXD II "Makt It Dhtinct" rj r u r..r f .CONTINUOUS FROM 11 A. M. POPULAR KHILtSi.. lk riRST COMEDYoflheYEAR ENGAStMENT FOR ' give you the grin that won't cQme off EXTRA MILLER & LYLES a no MARION HARRIS o a a k Fox Movietone- Newt V HHMLAMlVf KemteAemiem I WM:i)WHt Sr. CHIC Wit 1 -H1 I WM!i)4HD NKAR PALM. R PARK I SCREEN . hi ki ESTELLE,1 TAYLOR I J , W RALPH 1NCE 'h YORK & KING L! Fxtu'M of i witk "T trt Air' "Old Family Tintjpe" Jhn. WrlM Van & Carrie Avery 'ffAtSi J 7;'tf. "Along Broadway SiRlT 1 Halt & Herman I William El Cota Wi.i Trximi" Willi Ktr,c tymt MrC.rdU'! t'plownf r7 Vtn drll Or fit HM. 1. t.lm. MH tirrft M.. Mia. f4 HU41 S.THF ltl If he is pushed for time h 111s "r "i" mm, ne oftfn f,r ' ' a Dank guaranty or pavs the ':" alent in levas. promising v ,7' same time to hand in the , , currency within a month's ti'ro CHARLES BELANEY (JIMMY WELLS) CLARENCE BURTON (MIKE SHIELDS) LOUIS NATHEAUX (BUTCH) This picture is hasd on data obtained from rrfnr'.s in the filrs of the .Vw Ymk Police Department. 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