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COLISEUM TIIK \ h i l ow TYI'HOON" , (I "ir»t N»linn«l) . i »»Kh» N vr.u«r»i i I Ann* t»t«w«rt le);n U*ih!M>ti Hint t'trn ; "Th* T»llow Typhoon." with Anita fctawarl flavin* a douhla twirtrayal, t««n«n to His ivilwum ttxliiy for • •r<M>k'» mtmy. In thla picture Mis* Htrwart h.ts the rolea of HlMt and Bpfth* NuritalMW. who are twin >!■ | ter* Itertha mirrlc» a younc n»v»l ortl Wr Md »ft»r »quandrrln( hla p«- •ourve*. Ithvm him and IfwiN an ad T» nturou* llfr in Italy and the Ork m Hilda h<»d In the meantime en ln»4 the aroret aervlce. whvr» aha* l««l* her alater. who Ik eneaKcd ■> t H>y. In eonumny wlih Karl l.yagnrd, • rrook _„ Thin tneetinc of Ihe two alater* and gjfMrtelr hrln* enlaced in two dwtJni-lly llnra. fiwm* ihf I*4*ll for an tnirtcnlo plot, thrilling attuatlona and cOnum • • • CLEM MER "Hit. II AND IM/./.V" (Pathe) fl» Bey HarsUl I.KtJ ■ m fries* Bey Brook. th* dirt Mildred Davis MTTIOH AND DIZZY," Harold XI Lloyd s latest comedy success Oprnlni at the Clemmer today. por tray* Harold as a young and ambl Moils doctor who, like all beginners In Ik* profession, haa very, very few patient* At last he rets a patient—a young girl who walks in her sleep, and Whom Harold fails In lot* with at That evening he la Invited by a Mill to sample some of his "near- War." drinks so much that ha tiara home intoxicated Hla patient of the afternoon hap ym to be living In the next room «• Iris at the aame hotel where he Yfett Bight the girl walks la her and when Harold, on arriving fcocne. mm her. he follows her alone tha sift of the building. Bh* then gosa teto Harold's room. Am amusing situation follow* when qfc* Ms where sha is. **OM Lady II." starring Km ma HniM» I* another n«amrr feature. -• * s LIBERTY -SAND" (Paramount) (t Vaa Kant*. ..William a Bart L ttnmt Tea5g......... Msry Thurmsa a JmH Qartw O. Haywood N» Dm .Karris la Just a big. kind- Wilis but because of a mis- he almost loses ths girl I la his love for his pinto pony h* I dws assuage, and be does, by out- I Witting * villain, saving a treasure L tfaln and doing many other daring Ijf. This whM bias back the girl, and he f and his pony ar* satis tied in their I mw happiness, s sea STRAND eftl'tM" (United Art lata) >aiSHf~ Affile* Mmrr Wekford l(B«ac* OntMoitlk. AIW r t Auati* ■jsJIIIIIHH nifeborr J»n~ Harold Oeedwla lbrjr Plckfor't comes to the Strand today la one of the beat playa of her agree tt carver. "Hud*™ Miss Plckford ha* the role of Jfgßtutdm, a worker In a French hand laoadry. which la In the alum* of Ceeden. Amanda haa a beautiful ro maac* all planned out of a ahlrt left la laundry by a custodier and «Uch bad never been called for. The ancr at last cornea for the ahlrt. afld laatiiniT of the millionaire she thought )n would prove to be, la only a com am Cockney. AirumU gives him feacfc tha shirt and buries her bead in w afma aa the picture cloaca. * e e COLONIAL -BI'LLKT PROOF" (L'ntvrr»al) ■m m>M Harry Carey tSrr Brews JCathiya O'Ceaaer -Bullet Proof." one of Harry Carey 1 * beat Western playa. cornea to tka Colonial today for a four daya' atay, la thla play Carey portray* Pierre Wlnton. a boy of the North went, who U training to be a minister under hi* Cnarrltan. a priest. Unlike follower* jf thjg profession, he 1* developed physically as well as menully and jMrttually. Oa leaminir that 111* father, whom fee had never, seen, was dying from tha bullet of%n outlaw, he went to the bedside of his dying parent and tawed he would avenge him. Z«ter he eom's on a girl who Is alnned under a tree. While trying to flave her they are both caught In nn avalanche Neither i» hurt, but they do not see each other until year* On meeting the ruffian who stayed his father Pierre av»n«tes the mur der. Then another pledge come*—a love pledge of Pierre and Mary, the »*'- ... REX DO*T CHANOK vol K HINHANI) (lartmount) Jmm** D«r»hy Port nr.,.,,- Klllot Ufl* Porur Gloria Hmmnmoti Drlllfhtful Gloria Hwnn*on comrn to the Hex t<*Liy In "Don't Change Tour Hiwrtmnd," and In *upi>ortc'l by an all-at-ir rant including Billot I>ex ter. L*w Cody and Thmlor' Robert*. Mix* Hwanwin a* I/ella, the young wt (,. „1 Jtmn Porter, I* attracted from her home hy H< huyler Van Hut phen, a d'bonalr glr>l>« trotter. She inn away with Hutph>n b< < iu*e her r hu*band never *pent any moment* With li'r-he alway* thinking ftf hiw basin'*" Aftei-ward. tho. I,ei!a repent* lenv. inn her hubby and no ehe return* home to him. who ha* reformed hi* briefly hiixlnen* way* and ha* be on\<- a* Immaculate a* the man who feirad bla wile »w»y.\ I—Harold Lloyd, of the Clrmmrr. S —"Bill" Hart and Mary Thurtruin, at the Liberty. 3—Mary Pickford, at the Strand. 4 —Anita Steuart, Coliseum. s—Harry Carey, at Colonial. 6—Gloria Swanton, Re*. Several Plays Nearly Ready for Showing Many new pictures will be re lea« ed by different picture corporations in the near future. "Prisoners of I/Ove." a Ooldwyn picture. Starring Mlsa Retty Comp son. Is to be released about Janu ary |. 'The Hlgtiwt Bidder" la another Ooldwyn play nnarly ready for the screen Madge Kennedy la the lead u-.g lady in this play. The I'nlverul compaiw has tw > features ready for release They are "Blue Streak McCoy." starring Harry Carey, and "The Adorable Savage." with Kdlth Roberts In the lead. The latter play la a thrilling story of the South Sea*. ' "The Huaband Hunter." a fox production, starring I'lleen Berry, la now ready for showing on the screen. Vltagraph win hav» ready In Rep. t ember, "The ITey." an A Ilea Joyce production. "The Broadway Rubble." also a Vltagraph play, will soon be com pleted. This play deals with theat rical Ufa. RUlns Hammer*teln. the ftelxnlck star, will soon be seen In on* of her beat productions, "The Point of View." "Tha Thug." with Ida Darling playing an Important role, is an other Selxnlck picture which la near ly completed. * Ch.irlee Ray win soon he seen In hla Initial First National picture. "Forty Five Minute* From Broad way." Several plays are also bonked by motion picture producer* for film ing within the next year. Conway Tearle plays the rote of a "pulse feeler" In "Marooned llf«rt»," a National Picture Theatre* produc tion. He haa to fe<rl the pulse of 9>nt Kerf® at Infrequent Interval* before she consent* to nod her head. Queer woman! Miss Eileen Percy, the Captivating Fox Star, Is Devoted to Tennis This charming girl in Eileen Perry, the beautiful Fox Slnr, who will make her rlrbut as siirh very noon In "Her Honor the, Mayor," f rom the stage success by Arline Van Ness Hnus. When Eileen isn't working on a film production nhe can be found on Ihe tennin courts near her home In Hollywood, Cat., engaged in a cloudy contented match. If Eile< nin an versatile whin playing tennis its she is while, acting, no one need com plain. Minn Percy recently completed for Fox her second starring production, "The Husband Hunter." We'd say that Miaß Percy doesn't have to hunt husbands. Wouldn't you f , A CONGENIAL ROLE EILEEN PERCY OMY! OMY! IF WE WERE ONLY THERE! OMY! OMY! Tom Mil. who ha* been work Ing on lh« William Km plcturiia Uon of "The I'numnl." «he Ma* Rrnnd story, which Kmmett J. Flynn dlrwlnl out on the edge of the Imperial Valley. Cat., dls ro\er»-<l unexpectedly a "apeak i»aay." It happened thai the Mil company waa working In one of the deserted vlnevoriia, whlrh but a year sgo waa worth half a mil Uon dollars Two of the huge win* nil which h.n| formerly be«n uwd In wine miking. were pressed Into service by the Ml* company, to be filled Willi water to get a pumping force. There appear* 10 have been considerable settling* at the bot tom of the vafa. and Ih• ae were absorbed by lh* water, with the result that when the water wns turned on there waa a veritable shower of wine. After a whole sale violation of (he Kth ariirnd ment, there waa plenty of "pep" and action from the cowboys. We'll Say William Holds Jury Record William Nellla. an extra In the cast of Tt_ A. Walsh's new production* claims a world's record for Jury ser vice. During ths past five years ha haa served on SI Juries. He has' helped condemn to death IS Innocent screen heroe* and II guilty villains, free three vlrtuou* but helpless hero ine* and preserve the moral Integrity of 10 maligned leading men by ver dicta of "not guilty" to a varied as aortment ot venomous charge* Nells' convictions, of course, were en tirely a matter of directorial Instruc tion*. ACTRESS WRITES SONGS Adele Partington, who pi*)* an Importint role In "The I'ilace of Window*," a forthcoming National llcture Theatre* produc lion. Is the author of two song* which ih* dedicated to Oeraldlne Farrar and which lli» latter hu sung for talking machine record*. THE SEATTLE STAR Him Ha/he/ Henry Arthur Jones, whoas plays have been seen thruout th* I'nlted State*, is finishing a new photoptay for Paramount, which will be pro dured in the Fsntou* Players Lasky studio In New York as aoon as com pleled. • * * Ten* Keefe. In helmick picture, r* cently wrote sn ifriicle on the actinic ray. or "la your face In tune for the motion picture camera?" It was pub lished and proved such an Interest that Arthur Kldrtdge. of the I'nl verslty of llllnoia, wrote another ar tide explaining In dealt Just why some persons do not photograph as well as oth^ra. • * * Arllne Pretty, who play* the lead Ine feminine role In "The Valley of IKiubt." owe* her stage "non de Plume" to a newspaper reporter Mlsa Pretty won the prise in a new* istper beauty eon test and to th* re imrter who came to Interview her. •he told him her dilemma of not being | able to pick out an appropriate stage name. W* think ths reporter chosa a good ona, don't you? For "AHlne Pretty" is the star's stags nama. E Phillips Oppenhelm Is now writ Ing a series of iturie* for Paramount. "La La Lucille" Now Being Filmed, O, La! No story, play or acenarlo offered ths public In years haa contained such a wealth of comedy material as may lie found in "!<a La Lucille," the recent Broadway musical comedy success which Lyon* and Moran have acta pterl for screen purpose* and are now producing at Universal City. Fred Jackson. who wrota "A Foil House." In the author of "Ijk I-a T,u clll«." rhlllp 11 urn. who adapted "Everything Hut the Truth" for l.y ona and Moran. prepared tha ai-reen version for the Universal outn«dy •tarn. Those who «* "lai U Lucille" on the stage will recall eight or nine very amusing characters Among the laugh crnatlng types In the atory are the young ne*lyweds who are forc ed to pretend a separation In order lo Inherit a fortune; another young couple who rome to New York for the first time for their honeymoon; two country lawyers Intent on get ting a fat fee; an ex vaudeville jug g|rr who cannot forget hla old pro fession; a Jealous Italian Janitor and hla extremely homely wife, an Ami lonian female and her hen pecked hunhand, a suspicions 'hotel clerk and many othera. each of whom ron trlbutea a fair share to tha rapid flra comedy In "La U Luclllat"* EXTRAS ARE FORTUNATE IN NEW PHILLIPS PLAY Forty dollara a day to alt at a feiist that would make tha labia of liet> ahuxxar of old look Ilka a bread line! Forty dollara a day lo match beauti ful dancera execute the lateat steps! Forty dollara a day to view life thru tha glow of a thouaand Jeweled prlitma. That'a the good fortune of Die exlraa who are taking part In Lwrothy Thllllpa' forthcoming pro duction. The play, tha title of which haa not been given out, la aald to be one of the twat that Dorothy Phillips haa starred In. THAT MOVIE CAMERA HAS HYPNOTIC POWER, SHOWN It ho* been discovered thnt the motion picture camera possesses a wlerd power of hypnotic surircstlon. Hy a new application of the (llffuwd ! clone-lip. It I* possible to Rive to the eye of the camera a psychic power not unlike that possessed by the pro fessional hypnotist. Thla discovery was made by AJlnn Dwnn rci cntly while filming William Allen White's novel, "In tha Ileart of H Fool." Hypnotising the audience with the eye of the camera promlnes to be one of the revolutionary developments of the celluloid art, accordln* to the director. It will enable producers to swing their audience* Into the spirit of the photoplay at once, and to Intensify their Intercut a* the plot unfolds. The power of photographic suit (testlon. as apptled thru the diffused close Up for "In the Heart of a Kool." Is used In only two scenes In both of the*e, the audience In made to feel nil the sensations experienced by a p rsou losing consciousness. Of ficials of the Mayflower Photoplay corporation, predentin* the feature, claim this to be one of the most re markable effects ever obtained. "X love to eat at iioldt'a." —Adv. TODAV S rßOlilUlli roi.mnH-Aiiu mml la Tfca ) i4)«w TfplMatt '* CUUHMt-llanli IJeyd la "High ea<l Mltai." I int.HTI —William Wart la "Head." •TStMI-*ao rwafsed la "sads" lan) la "BsUst I'rW •• Rl.\—lilsrla SwaasM la "IHsl < basse tear HmSaad " X- . i Farnum to Appear in New Picture William Farnum. casting aside for a lime the Western drama, will be seen In "If I Were a King" after III* story of the same name by Hunt ly McCarthy. In this play Mr. F*rnnm wUI characterise Francois Villon, a vaga bond poet. In which role h* la aaid to display some of the finest acting that he haa ever done. Ills por trayal of tha poet. In this play, la said to be (jr superior to his char acUrtsatton of Jean Valjean. In llu no'* "Lea Miserable*." acclaimed to lie one of his best picture*. Betty Ross Clark* will star with Farnum. DOWLING FEATURED IN "THE SPENDERS" Joseph J. Dow I Ing. who won world wide recognition snd fame In the title role of 'The Miracle Man " haa been *ng*g*d by Benjamin it lltmp ton to play tha port of "Cnel* Peter Bines" In The Hpender*" "The Spender*" Is an adaptation of the novel of Ihe name name frt>m the pen of llarry I>eon Wilson, and the character which Mr. Dowllng will portray on the screen Is one*whlch offers htm abundant opportunities to again demonstrate hla remarkable histrionic abilities. \\li«l<- lli>- I'llhln Imm »» ll ?»<•.•» I.khl Nlii.w* You don't see so many Bill Hart pictures nowadays, but when you do see one it is a big one! That is true of the smashing railroad Western now showing here— BILL HART with Hart as a man's man, a dashing two-gun fighter and as always, a sin cere artist. » ——— \ Movie Quizzcx Cuiiou* Herbert Standing 1* prob ably the oldest acior on the screen, lie is 74 years old. Bobby Kelso, of Minneapolis, who I* not yet I, and who recently was given a part In King Vldor * "Jack Knife Man," Is probably the youngest. The other ages you request ar* a* follows Mary McAllister, 10 year*; Naza rnova. 40 Theda It.ira. 10, Margue rite Clark, 13, and Frankls I<ee. I > ear* Hasel Kvea—Betty Compson play rd opposite Thomas Mdghan In The Mlracie Man " Yes. Mr. Melg han Is married, and his wife Is Fran ce* Ring, lie Is IS. six feet tall and weigh* I*o pound* He has brown hair nrtd blue eyes He was born In Pittsburg, Pa., and hla address 1* I.a sky, Hollywood, Cat J. A I. No, Mary Ptrtrford I* not a native of thl* country. Hhe ( was liorn In Toronto. Canuda, M year* ago. She has golden hair. James Annette Kt-llcrrfmn has !eft the stage, temporarily at least, to np l>ear In the film* There's no doubt about her being a wonderful swim mer, snd you will see her perform some remarkable underwater fnats. If you visit your theatre when It show* her new picture, "What Women Ix>ve" (Conducted 4a Co-nperatlon Wilk Afociatrd Firrt Xattonal I'icturrt) Frederick Vroom. who haa recent ly Joined the Goldwyn players, be lieves staunchly that the best educa tion a penion can get la by reading the Bible. Between scenes he can always be found reading the Testa ment. * WILLARD LOUIS 'LL HAVE A REGULAR CIRCUS SOON WUlnrd Iyouls. whose iSS pounds and good-natured laughing face are aeen now In so many fioldwyn pictures, says that the pampered •tar who has her press agent write ream* about her Pekinese or her Persian cat, "has nothing' on him. In fact, growing boastful, he goes on to say. he ha*' more animals and more kinds of animals than any other motion picture actor. He has had to buy a place near Lo* Angeles to keep all the live slock he possesses. He ha* log*, pigeons, phessant*. frogs, hens, pigs, tamiis. hares, cats, rabbits. horses. cows. goats, •probably I've got a few other specimens—It's hard to remember 'em all." he says. Bailey Courthouse Is Reproduced for Film The famous old Bailey courthouse In London has been built In replica st the Blogrnph studios In New York for a new film, which needs the courthouse In ths play. Ten days were spent on the con struction of the building, and over 10.000 feet of lumber were used. In order to Insure absolute accu racy In the reproduction of the court house, the services of Boris Koman were enlisted. In Klalne Hammersteln's new play. "Whisper*," the star reporter on a newspaper Is assigned to a scandal story, only to fall In lore with and marry the heroine. But that's In the movies! "PAGE 3 Great Problem Faces Picture Industry; Pathe "The moat serious menace to tb» motion picture Industry in the fa ture will be the lack of spedll zatlon In the writing of scenarloa, by the writers." said Mr. Charles Path*, the famous producer In a recent In terview, In Pari*. "Our young writers of today do not sufficiently develop their Ida—. Their deal re seems to be to turn out a* many Morten aa possible, without due regard to their quail ties, whether good or poor," further stated Mr. Pathe. Mr. Pathe believes that (rood fllma depend more on the stories that they depict, than they do on tho stars. "If our yonng- writer* would take upon them the seriousness of the question. the motion pictures In tho future will show prop-ess Instead of retrogression," affirmed Mb. Pathe. "The motion picture exhibitors d*- • sire is to present rood pictures to the public, but they cmnot. if tho writers do not write good oasa. That's the problem of the future. If the young writers do not lefuiia their writing, the plays cannot bo at a high standard." declared Mr. Patba.' "The Man Who Lout HtaMMtt" William Kavereham's Setmicfc pie tun*. was shown to President WUaoa i*crnt!jr at the White House, and It is said to have made quit* an In prrsslon on him. "Color Cartoons" Prizma - Scenic' • • • Paramount Trio in Songs • • • Pathe Newt After a two year absence Bill Hart's famous Pinto pony returns to the screen in "Sand" A tale of ad venture and love in the red blooded West of yesteryear.