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SUNDAY, MAKCH Zl. IVZU.
:LCONL SHC HON IHL biSBhh DAILY KhVlhW EIGHT PAGES PAGE THREE Thrilling Wreck Staged in Scene For Strong Film The question of how far a train will run after it leaves the rail an;l Just what a coach will withstand when an express crashes through a decayed bridge is answered in "The Juggernaut" which will be shown at the Central theatre Monday and at the Eagle, Tuesday. The climax of this picture is a mammoth wreck scene staged at 'great expense. In the first place lo cation finders had to find an aban doned road that fitted the descrip tion written in the script. When the location was found, neeo tiations had to be entered into to se cure the use of it for the purpose of destroying the bridse. A locomotive nnd several coaches had to be pur chased outright. 0' Then came the most difficult part. The company must give a bond that jmman life would not be endangered Jn the staging of this disaster. Every device known had to be in Malled. The camera men must be protected from the flying debris. The company and director had to be nheltereU close to the scene that not a minute be lost in making the film. ft is in such scenes as this that Ralph Ince shines. He arranged every detail in such a thorough man ner that there was not a mishap. A Fcene like this cannot be re hearsed. Once the wreik occurs it is an end to it as far as that lwrtieular location id concerned and so there can be no mistakes. The record must be final. Realizing the importance of getting every detail, Ralph Ince had seven cameras stationed on the ground. Each recorded a, different angle of the disaster. The result was seven different wrecks. Each camera re corded all that occurred and there was not a foot of bad film. Back at the studio experts joined the seven different versions of the same wreck in a manner that made a complete visualization of .all that oc curred. The film was edited by Mr. and Mrs. George Randolph Chester. Anita Stewart shines in this film. She has a very dramatic role and is supported by a cast of all-star players. WEEKLY THEATRE PROGRAM Central Sunday Hale Hamilton in His Pi-others Place" Monday Anita Stewart in "The Juggernaut" Tuesday Dolores Castlnelli in "Tarnished Reputations" Eagle Sunday and Monday DeMille's Master Creation "Male and Female" Tuesday Anita Stewart in "The Juggernaut" Wednesday Bessie Bariscale in "Beckoning Roads" Thursday Mildred Harris Chaplin "When a Girl Loves Friday and Saturday Rill Rogers in "Jubilo" in Wednesday Dolores Castinelll In "Tarnished Reputations" Thursday fiessie Barriscale !a "Beckoning Roads" Friday Mildred Harris Chaplin in "When a Girl Loves" Saturday Vivian Martin in "The Third Kiss" Lyric Today Olive Thomas la "Oat Yonder" . Monday Mabel Kormand In "The Pest" Tuesday All Star Piogram of Features Wednesday Norma Tannage in "The Forbidden City" Thursday Douglas Fairbanks In "His Majesty, the America" Friday Dougala Fairbanks again Saturday Betty Compson in The DtU' Trail" ; Douglas Fairbanks Appears at the Lyric in "His Majesty, the American "TARNISHED REPUTATIONS" IS EXTRAORDINARY FEATURE "Tarnished Reputations" is the fea- ' iVlwSwSfev Y" T- lit- DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in "gisMaestx the American' It is doubt; ui f my m.aun pictu.e was ever awaited with as much in- "Jubilo" Is Story Of Open Road; Will RogeVs Is the Star -i t "Jubilo," With Will Rogers m the title rale, is the screen attraction at the Central theatre next Friday and Saturday and at the Eagle Sunday and Monday. Den Ames Williams' story appeared as a serial in the Sutnrdsv Evenlne ! Post and Ooldwvn pictures secured . the screen riehts. as thev believed i ' the role of the nrineinal chnarcter I would fit their star like a elove. And Will Roeerg' Is credited with giving such a masterly characteriza- tion of Jubilo that It is declared he has firmly established himself as a screen star of the highest calibre. When this homely roving hobo was forced to arise front his slumber in' the field simply because the sup was; shining in his eyes, he is mystified to ' see a train robbery occur not less than a quarter of a mile away. He noted in particular that the leader' of the band rode a black and white horso. At noon of tbe same day he applies for a meal at a ranch and Is refused unless he works for It. After catch nlg a view of the rancher's pretty city. The Lyric theatre has always endeavored to choose its attractions daughter making an appetizing pie he with discrimination and regardless of breaks the habit and rule of a life expense. In the case of "His Ma- time and actually performs manual iesty, the American.- knowine what labor. And then be sees a horse In a Douglas Fairbanks film-will be the bara that he is convinced was when the inimitable "Doug" can put used by the leader, of the train rob- Something more than mere interest his best into it, the theatre mans ire- berg. in a motion picture lies back of this ment teeis and justly so. that it win i jjp 8tays on the Job and becomes a i nnticinntinn fnr "His Maiestv. the offer to its CatronS beidnnine next Than, to annta ovMromant OWnA. i yiuuucn. iim io " '-'"u - . . . - 6 I American" is Douglas Fairbanks' first Thursday what should prove to be around the ranch also. The boss was Mme. Alice Blache, the first worn- independent production and marks the very height of screen entertain-. forcei to thrRBh him one day and on an to direct motion pictures, directed the first reiease of United Artists ment. j Rnother occasion the hobo admlnister- ture booked for the Central Theatre terest and anticipation in Bisbee as Tuesday, and the Eagle Wednesday. Douglas Fairbanks' new picture, "His Dolores Cassinelli. the popular Cam- Majesty, The American." which will eo Girl of the screen, is the star. The be the attraction at the Lyric theatre, picture is said to be a highly dram- next Thursday and Friday, atic one oirerfng Miss cassmeiu an , opportunity to run the entire gamut' of emotions and wear some striking "Tarnished Reputations," which Is a Corooration. the so-called "Bie Four. story that particularly appeals to women. It depicts the struggles of a girl to overcome the stigma of slan- In January of 1919 the entire 1 AUDIENCES DELIGHTED WITH ed severe punishment to a young rel low in the nearby town after hearing der. "Tarnished Reputations" is a Le once Perrett production. Mr. Perret Is also responsible for the story w wnicn is enacted Dy, in aaai'ion to Miss Cassinelli. . Albert Rnscoe amusement world was startled by the formation of ,the United Artists As sociation. This association was CLEVER MARTIN PHOTOPLAY bim talk about the rancher's daugh Clever twists and surprises are a , ter" feature of "The Third Kiss." the ' This picture is described as possess- formed bv Mary Piokfonl. Charlie latest paramount-Artcrart photoplay ing the essential human appeal that Chaplin. Dougla3 Fairbanks and D. starring Vivian Martin, which 1b is the supreme mark of greatness in Griffith. These artists, enncneft hooked for the Fae-le theatre next a Photoplay. throughout teh world to be the Saturday. To reveal what these nn- ' OenrA neneubourc and Ned rtnrton ra.petiju ueveiopiueum nr wuuiu orvwr. enww George Deneubourg and r.ed Burton. havlne releaapd their nClurip for a ppoU ha,f the plea8Ure for the mul. HAND HE'8 JAILED interior VIEWS OF BIG number of years through various dis- ntufle of folks who are sure to wit- SAN DIEGO All waB well, spirits pahri iwr houif in pi av tributlnt-' companies decided that to neSs the picture. Suffice it to eay came and went in shadow cloaks and uAMBLING l-IUUSt IN rLY fhoir host U'nrV nnrf in nrilpr .u, v:.. sr .... v- ... . . . . i v. The inside of a New York earabHn- 7 1". Z1"Z1"" 7 . . ,os . .l VIKl' . 3UO 10 . cioaKB or nre. inra m, io0n house, sumptuously furnished, and to have full indenendf-nce for th ( her factory girl Costume, ie not quite hands with Police Sergeant Bdi highest expression of their art. they frequented only by the rich is shown upon the completion of their In "Beckoning Roads." the new Rob-ithen exifitlnR. contract8 release tnelr ertson-Cole feature which haft been ; , ., , , ,,, 41 made wtih Bessie Barriscale as star at her studios. This picture will play at the Central Wednesday and at the Eagle Thursday. The gambling house, which is oper ated by Baron Brinker, an infamous character who preys off innocent in vestors and unlucky gamblers, was specially built in the Bnrriscale of the country. This move for independence by the foremost artists of the screen is the most important and beneficial sten that has been taken in the motion picture business since it assumed its leadershln in the amusement field. It means for the motion picture pa trons that Mary Pickford, Charlie Studios. The walls are in soft gray.; Chaplm Douk1rs Fairbanks and D. decorated Dy nana witn dragons m tones of turquiose blue, mulberry and gold. Plack lacquered panels, deli cately traced in gold, divide the walls artistically. !' Jn the picture Marquita Slyiv (Miss Barriscale) visits the gambling den jtiT'ebtain information about her em Iployer upon whom she seeks to re venge herself for the ruin of her ben efactor and guardian, John Grayson. MRS. W. Griffith will hereafter be enabled to nroduce pictures in their own way. They will make fewer pictures than they have made before, and this in itself will be an advantage. Hereto fore they have been oblieed to turn out a certain number of productions within a given period and consequent ly have not always had the time to j perfect their work. Thus, under the leadership of the screen's foremost artists is the per fection of motion picture entertain- CHAPLIN FEATURED IN BIG PROBLEM PLAY' nf , "On Sunday morning I shall preach The firgt picture made under .these the word of God in this very hell- jdea conditions Ig ..IIis Maiestv. the hoel of sin I shall conduct divine American." The management of the services in this saloon." Lyrlc Tnoatre fepls cre!lt pri(Ie ln When "Eagle" Ryan, one of the having secure,, tnis production for its most notorious outlaw leaders in the what she seems. Forbee. Officer H. E. Hill flicked on And the screen lovers who view his flashlight The ghost clouted Ser the film are sure to like it all the geant Forbes on the chin. Forbes more when the big surprise Is sprung kicked him on Ihe shin. Pronto there and she reveals her identity. "Tbe was a mixture of the spiritual and Third Kisb" is Baid to be the most earthly things. "Pinched for banv delightful picture in which the pop- too2ling." Forbes said when he locked ular little star has yet appeared. It up the ghoet .who. alleged he was was adapted from a novelette which born ln Ireland, appeared recentl in a popular mag-' " azlne. Robert Vignola directed M'ss " The wife of a poor weaver ln Scot Martin, as he has done ln all of her land in the tdxtventh century is cred recent successes. ited with having borne 62 children. r West now masquerading in the garb his plot to steal the eold. and thought of a minister in order to promote a only of the new power he had Rained 'plot to steal a $50,000 gold inent and of the girl he had grown to love, made this announcement in the "Wild Through he tender Influence he be Dog" saloon in Oatman. the crowd came a clmnged mn. He determined stood aehast. Some of the men snick- the proposed theft should not trke ered. and even those who had seen place and he carried this determina te mwhlp Ben Grant, the bully who tion to the point of defying his own controlled the town, shook their gang when they tried to go through heads doubtingly. with it. Then he confessed to the But Ryan did preach a sermon on girl. Sunday morning. "Eagle" Ryan, the It's a wonderfully inspiring story man whose aversion to belief in God and it has been filmed in "When a had prompted him to openlv deffv Girl Loves," six-reel Jewel Production the Creator to master him, spoke with in which beautiful Mildred Harris an eloquence that surprised even him- Mrs. Charlie Chaplin will appear at self an eloquence that swayed that the .Central theatre Thursday and at crowd of rough men as nothing else the Eagle Friday. ever did. He went straight to their hearts with a story of his own youth, DISPUTED STOLEN KISS spent in a reform school, and he GETS MAN BEFORE COURT found In their enthusiastic response SACRAMENTO W. E. Coon has that Joy which comes with a knowl- pleaded not guilty t oa charge of as- edge of power. saulted Lena Williams. 16. candy For the moment he forgot his aver- shop clerk. She says he kissed her sio nto belief in God, forgot about "when 6he wasn't lookiDg." CENTRAL THEATRE THIS AFTERNOON and TONIGHT Jack Perrin IN The exciting Western Feature "The Jack of Hearts" The Metro Screen Classic "His Brother's Place" With HALE HAMILTON The Sunshine Comedy "Her First Ki " XMtC paramount krf't ?t7 x Jirtcraft 1 J i M 1 1 W J t ; I M M f M f M M M M I if ' t J ; 1 1 n j 1 1 i 1 1 j i . j 1 m t , i i ' : ; , f . i i ? ! TvTj ; , i , t V , H : i j j 1 ; ' i . . ! i f j 1 : ; J,LJ I 1 Eiiil'lll'liNllliillhllll! Jesse L.Lasky presents k A V. PRODUCTION uvu M lit tlM BB Founded on J.M.Bari'ie's Jmous play THE ADMIRABLE CRICKTON Adapted Icy the screen Jby Jeani3 MccPherson THE SEASON'S MSIVS TEN ACT SUPER EMA7ION EAGLE TODAY AND MONDAY NOTE THE SCRELN TIME 1:003:155:157:159:15 ADMISSION: Adults, 50c; Children, 25c II TTTHT ?r 0: ii.a'iJfliLiiiiliiilllllUJ.ii-iiil'iJ 1 to 11 TODAY 1 to 11 Selznick Pictures Present 01 1171? in Af IT uu 1 T C A 7 t A Ralph Ince production One ycu cannot afford to miss. Pathe News Issued twice a week. All the latest and Paramount Comedy Fatty Arbuckle in "LOVE" most interesting news of the day on the Wrinen and hy Arbucklff A film that will take away the blus. screen. ADMISSION: Main Floor, 15c; Reserved Seats, 25c Plus war tax