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The Sunday telegram. [volume] (Clarksburg, W. Va.) 1914-1927, September 19, 1915, Image 14

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Returns to Screen in Porthcom
M-V; ing Feature by Famous
Players' Company.
' ' ' Marie Doro, the enchanting young
?tar, who, through her first appear
, ance. in motion pictures In the Fa.
mous Players Film. Company's
, charming film creation, "The Morals
?? of Marcus," endowed, the screen with
; new personality, again attains a
v . decisive screen triumph as the ln
terpreter of unique rolesdn that com
?0piiny's forthcoming five part photo
play, "Th/ White Pearl," a fanciful
romance of the Orlonl, by Edith Bar
? nard Delano, to be released on the
rj'tiaramount program September 20.
As the American girl wVom des_
,< tjny. transplants to- far off Japan un
?. (for strange and thrilling clrcumy
stances, and who later becomes fe.
Geisha girl, Miss Doro'a delicate
L':,,beauty and captivating grace and at
tractiveness help her succeed in mat
ing a picture of exquisite charm and
appeal, which provides one of the
\ most artistic characterizations .ever
contributed to the screen. In the
scene in which Miss Doro Is rescued
from the sea by .the natives of the
Japanese '.Bland upon which the, story
develops, opportunity is glvei Miss
Doro for a wraith like creation. Her
garments and hair wet from/the sea,
- .'Miss Doro Is a veritable m\st sprite,
'it* bit of drifting foam that bas come j
to life. For beauty of character con
: > caption, f?r artistic presentation of
'combined romance and drama, "The
White Pearl" will not only equal, but
.surpass the Interest and appeal of
Miss Doro's former screen vehicle.
In thlB unusual story, the strong
1 | attachment between twoi young Amer
ican lovers survives and triumphs
over the machinations of a band of
| i Japanese Geisha traders, the influ
i ence of a Hindu legend of death which
' ; for a time threatens thu lite of the
' girl, and the caprices - of destlng lt_
i self. _
Successful Actor is Engaged
. for Film Stock Company
in Los Angeles.
A recent addition to the stock
company at the Kellance studio act
ing forces in Los Ange)es, is Clyde
B. Hopkins.
Mr. Hopkins had a varied and suc
cessful career on the speaking stage.
His associates look forward to his
screen debut with considerable Inter
. eat, as they believe that his face, fig
* ure and art are especially, adapted to
the screen drama.
-^0eo's Gompany
Booked tor the Odeon
i
Three Clever Musical Comedies
to Be Presented During
the Coming Week.
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The attraction at the Odeon theater
.for the coming w#sk will be A1 Fla
tlco's Amusement Company ot twelve
personR in a repertoire ot musical i
comedy playlets, with three changes
of bill during the week opening Mon
day matinee *with the farclal comedy
"Weddou Bl!s*." The program ot the
play is as follows:
Cast ol Characters.
Henry Peck, a rare old bird?A1
Flatlco.
Henry Peck, Jr?A1 Flatlco, Jr.
Jack Young, a hotel olerk with more
brains than money?Walter Riley.
Samuel Washington Abraham Snow
?Charles Carrier.
Rlohard III. a fallen star?Rex
'Bernard. .
Amelia Peck, whose' word ig law?
Peggy Phinallo.
Lillian Peck, Peck's blushing bride
?Gretta Holland.
Qtazle LeMar. who shines on Broad
way?Dede Fitz Patrick
- Ellie Fhant, a big girl?Alma
Grantz.
Sarah Made, a musical girl?Joh
anna Peterson.
Millie Tarry, a warlike girl?Lor
etta Gundelach.
Jennie Roslty, a very pleasant girl
?(Helen McMurray.
Carrie Mel, a sweet girl?Grace
Kearn.
Musical Numbers.
Opening chorus "Hello Xew York
Town"?Chorus.
"Jubilee in My Old Kentucky
Home"?Dede Fltz Patrick.
Vk>lln specialty?'Henry Peck.
"My Venetian Rose"?Mazle LeM&r
and chorus.
"Stelnle"?<Mazle LeMar and chorus
"Tulip Time In Holland"?Charles
Carrier.
"Everything is Different Nowa
days"?Henry Peck and chorus.
"Uncle Sam Won't Go to War."?
Entire company.
For Tuesday and Wednesday the of-,
ferlog will be the farce-comedy "Jap
land" and on Friday and Saturday
"The Million Dollar Girl."
The pictures for Monday Will be a
splendid' three act Lubln drama fea-J
turing Earl Metoalf and Orml Haw
ley and entitled "The Phantom Happi-1
ness."
J?lf
Of Considerable Stage Experi
ence is Addefd to the Vita
graph Forces.
Josephine Earle, an actress of con
siderable stpge' .experience who re
cently entered uie field of motioh
pictures, has been appointed a mem
ber .of the Vita graph stock company.
Miss Earle Immediately upon her
appointment to membership ln,stock
was dispatched to Lake Placid, New
York, to play an Important part in
"Gone to the Dogs," a two part Vita
graph feature being produced under
the direction of Harry Hand worth.
Miss Earle will be seen as a vampire
who, through a gradual reformation
becomes a 1 ova-ale, . home loving
woman.
THISMfr
Have LeRoy, Talma and Bosco,'
Who Appear Thursday at
the Grand.
y v ! V*-78rel
The days of the "hocus pocns"
magician, and ot the circus conjurer
with his three shells and illusive pea
have long ago been disapproved. The
LeRoy, Talma, Bosco company of
magicians that will give a perform
ance at the Robinson Grand Thurs
day night, September 9, starting at
9 o'clock is declared to be one of
the few magical aggregations with"
an. all new repertoire of tricks and
Illusions.
The tendency of the modern thea
ter goer is to demand something
new in the shape of novelties and
mysteries. Notwithstanding the fact
that magic is an art, dating back to
an age greater than that of the pyra
mids, yet the up to date magicians
has kept
Abreast with.the Times.
Today one no longer sees 'the time
honored egg trick with the'proverb
ial red bag, but instead, feats and
illusions built and worked out along
scientific lines.
The magicians of modern, times
have not scored the success bestowed
upon Leroy, Talma and Bosco, who
are now in their thirteenth year on
their round the world tour. -They
Scene from "Japland," one of tie Plays to Be Presented This Week at thoOdeon. Theater.
MONDAY " THE BIJOU
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THE MOST POPULAR _ ?, . - This Picture is the First
ACTRESS IN NEW MlCC 11*0110 rPflWlPk of the Great KLEINE
YORK CITY TODAY ??? II CIIG I Cliff 1LA EDISON RELEASES
'The Woman Next Door'
An extraordinary Photo feature, founded on Owen Davis' successful stage drama.
This drama is the first of the Kleine-Edison Co.'s high class features. September 27,
"The Money Master" will be the feature. Miss Fania Marinoff is leading lady.
WEDNESDAY
THE KNICKERBOCKER FEA- r>ETT\/ UiWTC THIS LITTLE LEADING LADY
TURE CO. PRESENTS THE KNIY llAK11 WILL CAPTIVATE EVERY
^ BEAUTIFUL TALENTED *" 1 1 ,,rmiB- AUDIENCE
A THREE-PART nf Qtnf1V IC1 a" A DELIGHTFULLY
CLASSIC lldllLj UI UlUliy 1516 ROMANTIC PICTURE
THURSDAY
THE GREAT V.L.S.E. FEATURE CO. PRESENTS
Miss Gladys Hanson and Geo. Sonle Spencer
IN
'1H CLIMBERS" qf'^leasuIe
With Vitagraph Company is
Being Acted by Mary
Anderson.
Mary Anderson, who recently
joined the wf/3tern Vita graph com
pany at Santa Monica, CaK, to play
leads, is now working on ,her first
p'.cture, "Cal Marvin's Wire," an orig
inal story by Lulu Case Russell, be
ing produced under the direction of
UlyBses I/ivis. Miss Anderson is
creating the title role and has in her
support, William Duncan, Anne
Schaefer, Otto Lederer and Carlton
Weatherby.
To Produce Film
Of'Mgry 9s Lamb9
Pathe announces that Richard
Carle's famous play, "Mary'a Lamb,"
which -will feature Richard Carle
Donald -Mackenzie.
himself, and be. put. oat a* one of the
new Gold Rooster plays,? has been
given to Donald Mackenzie to pro
duce. Mr. Mackensie will start *work
upon it wit&ln the next, few daya
? ?
Tib
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Phdtoplay is Based On
IT: ** . . . ? '- ?sw
Great Tennyson Poem
'?: ^
Important Question'is Treated
in Three-Reel Biograph
Drama.
Does a father's Jot# for his'child
give him the right to order Its goings
? ? This question, provides
ana
tion of Lord ? Tennyson's Immortal
poem, is based-niton & son's refusal
to obey bis-father's wish., that be wed
a girl to whom any man hould be glad
to marry..
As conoeived by Tennyson, in his
poem, this situation alone, is
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ane of the fundamental Impulses of
drama?fundamental in. the respect
tKat, no matter what shall then trans
pire/the lives of at least two. persons
ate thereby moulded. The great story
of "Dora," Blograph's three reel adap
pregnant with drama. But -when to
the father's doting:'desire'for his son's
happiness there ia'added a' secret, sel
fish consideration, the draina becomes
irresistible.
?HI
issmS
m
Bail
HwmUHWW
And Enjoined As Being Faked
from Original Chaplin*
Comedies.
films have been rented from the: Gen
eral Film Company, which distributes
the Chaplin films for Essanay, and
copied. These copies were sold or
rented out as original Chaplin pro
ductions.
The Essanay company declares it
will prosecute every case brought to
its notice, until all film pirates have
been driven out of the country.'
JOINS SELIG*
"Pop" Hoadley Becomes Member of;
Jungle Zoo Force.
C. B. Hoadley, known among his
many friends as "Pop," has arrived
in Los Angeles to 'join the. scenario
force at the Selig Jungle-Zoo. Mr.
Hoadley's long and varied experience
Steamer Blown Up at Se
Scenes
"Shanghaied."
"Shanghaied," the next* I
sanay-Chaplln comedy.mlght.i
be called a "thriller." bo lllledis.
with intense actibn. But wh*
Charles Chaplin has Injected't" * "
matlc element - into the con
never for. a moment >loses t
the fact that he Is amusing thepub
?lie.
In every scene the Chaplin,
.predominate and- when one pr
'himself to be'thrllled. he is. s
ly jolted into an uproar of lai
which is aU the more spontan?bi)
and hilarious because of the une
pectedness of .the turn of affairs. '
In fact, it is this series of,
prises,-next to Chaplin's persona
that makes the photoplay ezceptlq
ally funny. He prepares his*
tor for an Intense scene, then s
ly, like'a thunderbolt, turns the, trick
into a most grotesque situation.'gf*"
In this play, which is .in two r*
.Chaplin occupies the exalted" '
tlon of assistant cook. The ov
the vessel and captain plot to
It up to get the Insurance.. The
er's daughter, hearing or the
and'Sot knowing that her fathe
concocted it, hides herself on.bo
? She is is discovered by the r
and mate, who bind and.gag' 1
cast her into ' the hold... Cb
ever on the lookout to rescue ',
tlful maidens in' distress, rele
her. The captain'and mate SO'
all the small boatf except one,:
a bomb and prepare to' flee.
Chaplin and thie girl steal a n
on them, however, and take'the i
boat and escape. The shlp/.ls'b
to pieces, but they are siv'edr
' A steamer was chartered espi
ly to take scenes for this photo,
and made a trip out from'Lotf
geles when It was blown upatfiL.
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as an editor and writer ot-'ph
plays, will enable him to lend'.*
uable aid to the present staff. I
mediately upon his arrival, this
eran .writer peeled off .his coat ,
got busy on a ranltlple reel tt
THE HOUSE THAT
RAISED THE STANDARD
THE SERVICE THAT
MAKES YOU SEE STARS
PJ| Exclusive Photo!
sn WITH
THIS WEEK THE GREAT
ATTRACTIONS IN THE HIST
OF THE SILENT DRAMA.
JESSIE LASKY Presents the Foremost
Broadway Star, TUC IDU
EDGAR SELWINj in 111L AllflL
The Metro Picture ..Services, Inc., O'ffi
[7 ? I\ IT *1 With AJfN MTJKDOC
jf A RoyalFannily
THE POPULAR AND ENCHANTING 31
IV Hazel Dawn in "CLARISSA
J Added Attraction: Paramount Travelogi
William Fox Presents the Great Triple Star
liance, Betty Nansan, Wan. Kelly, and Edv
if Jose, in? -
| "A WOMAN'S RESURRECTION"
r Added Attraction: "You Know Me AT
The Ckreat Society Drama
"THE GAMBLERS" ""
With am. All Star Cast
This notable <play has a record of four hun
dred nights at the Marine Elliott's Theatre, Nek ?.
York. r
Added Attraction:. "TheRoadCStaife."
Five Acts of
James

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