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The sun. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1916-1920, August 10, 1919, Section 5 Pictorial Section, Image 60

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THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 1919.
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"A Voice in the Dark," recently put on at the
Republic Theatre, is one of, those "Who Did It?"
plays. There is a murder and a lot of mystery
that make it absorbing. William Boyd, Olive ,
Wyndham, John Sharkey, Anne Sutherland and
among the principals. rhoto iy White. E
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TO
"CTuTTChin
Chow," the ex-
travaganza
which created
quite a sensa
tion last win
ter, is to open
up again soon,
this time at
the Century
Theatre. Lou
ise Bland as a
dancer is to be
one of the
features.
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As the Red Cross Girl in the Nine o'clock
Ziegfeld Revue on the roof of the New Am
sterdam Theatre, Edith Hallor is a distinct
attraction. It is certainly some Red Cross
COStUme. I 'Unto Alfred Cheney .Johnston.
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JX. .Jf'.
If
Estelle
Winwood, whol
plays the heroine
of "Too Many Hus
bands," which A. H
Woods produces to
morrow night at the
udson Theatre.
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Stiiillin.
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In the galaxy of
pretty girls in
the Ziegfeld Fol
lies, lo! Lillian
Mackenzie's name
stands among the
first. This is one
of her several
striking costumes.
I'hotn Alfred Cheney
Joh union.
This is
Thais Lawton. Edna Tames, Robert Barrat and Harrison Hunter in "The Crimson Alibi."
another play in which the element of mystery is a factor, and it has pleased summer audiences.
I'hoto by White Studio

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