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I SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1021.
• TODAYS rWH.^W i i l ;._r?.T? , jpjsSuill—Xemlwnre la | —Snui \VTKI>!.>—«» w. (iittmk'a L« "moi mc »w<») tu ' th * |* Hart" uT "Thn* | «••««• •» "•*•■ ltMwti la "MM- f STRAND T «" "iiuuiiir (Vniird ArtlMO C,»nrf» AfllM ' **— l»!M«r«» Aril" »*? """ LoulK Huff tSm .V.'.V.V. K««ln»M /tBOROE ARUI% the famous It ggier, to now at the Wr*n4 in * Awn version of hla wonderful Ma*e 2m*. "WaraeU." The atory la knows to the theatr*- public. It revolvaa about the Sk» of Queen Victoria'* prime g remarkable character, to jEum control of the Mfmte«tc Q/0 NHL fCLEMMER I X B K_ w Ktnnnn ■rati".... 'Rudolph VaLnilne •«r»lll» Arttw Hoyt SafTl* Ttllhury la belns held over »»• , longer at the Cleminer ta marred, which undoubt maU for the wonderful ower of the urn# veralon maa atase play, which ha* o called the *r«at*at love ilatory. FBLUE MOUSE f "QIIZN OF BHEBA" ten sf Cfeska- . (r **.' Mq Wrthe » rrt'« Msber C.Tms»atl» Clair* De Usf*s jEg armu4 Quags «•»»»»» WUtam M road* a wise sslsettsn •am hs cboaa Batty Blytba for the Slag rota in "Qa«en of Shaba." ISbdmr actreoa not only cleverly lavtrays tba difficult role, bat aha la sasy to look upon. Bar WINTER GARDEN * -dream imaatp 8 (Ualted Artists) Owl Dsmsster <CS»" JtcF»dd»a Balpa 2>- Mcrmddo '•EI Jul" Bdw»rd rid Drmm Street/" Um DnrMl W. fMMk picture which is now play llilMni tnitiMMnt at ths Win £ n.«Un (a charming little TOT- Z| ifcr«i a land that is distinctly Sniiiiiii i oypay •» ador Mh ttttle dancer, da the character Em* which tbe p*>t !» worn. LIBERTY T ' "NEVER WEAKEN" 4 rails*) ban „..II«nU IJerd X flirt Mild red Deris Couwr MMM Koj^Brook. IfanM Lloyd playa the role of * i fpMfck youth in "Never Weaken." SkM comedy, which opened at ft 1 Anilj today. Hia love for prat f BtUe Mildred Davis cause* all mm «f fun and complication*. Aa «#"***— *' feature to the prtv |H IB the picture drama. "A Trip 'f lMlN,'' starring Bert LyteU. COLISEUM i THEE WORD BRAND" (raraneaßti Ssnwjiunasau} vuu *» * Hart Sri fartaa........... Jaaa Neva* ttn Partes 9. J B>n«ham Htaia Oorden Rmmll RRlain 8. Hart is the latest screen if tab* cast In a dual role picture. I' feet. Hart goes one better. He M'Wbr plays the dual role of twin ■Mars In "Three Word Brand." %lpicture now at the Coliseum, but spaning scenes be ia seen aa COLONIAL 1 "AN AMATKIR DEVIL" i' (Ptnnmiil) i* Mlmt Brrul Waahlwrn 9Mam Bedford Ann Mar Sjy Sadkott. gr ■VM|> <U N*rtn« Chnatlri# May* A ywng nun of *ood family, who «■ disappointed tn lore. and <ialrea to dingrace hlmaelf. la *»aiui uiw role Bryant Waahburn y la "An Amat»ur Derll," the comedy which top* th« at tha Colonial, starting to- I REX "MONTANA BILL" ■ . fWeatertl Htari rf'y M 1... William Fairbanks H>rr»n Aye Robert Kortman ***•»•« Ernest Van Palt a huiiky young cowpuncher M* * ov * ot the PfMty daughter j * prominent ranch owner la re- J™ la "Montana Bill," the new y** drama which U now being •Jfß at the Rex. jjwittam Fairbanks plays the title SjßiJ! IHRKTTINO HAKRIM Tx-Mllle will direct Mildred *" "Minn T.ulu Betts," a srreen llvy ll of Zona Gale's prise play, r~~ *** produced last season on *>*diictlon of the picture will he tn the Imnky studio, j Itkal N eavv or R kel I—William S. Hart, Coliseum, t—Betty Blythe, Blue Mouse. 3—William Fairbanks, Rex. i— Bryant Washburn, Colonial. s—Scene from "Disraeli," Strand. 6—Harold Lloyd, Liberty, 7—Nazimova, Clemmer. B—Ralph Graves aiul Carol Dempster, Winter Garden. ' —— ... —— iiovie Quizzcx " MOVIK Q117.Z. (Comlectrd in co-operation with Ai oodmted flrit National Pictures, IMJ Wanderer—Florence Vldor tat Southern girl, Houston. T«n>, being the place of her birth, tier fimt xuoceiw came In the role of Mltnl In "The Tale of Two Cities." with William Karnum. She has brown hair and eyes and I* the wife of King Vtdor. the director. Ptorr* —Fay Bain tor haj never been In picture*. She ta a Loo Angel#* girl, and I* beat known for her roles In light comedy Madison—Rex Beach la filming hi* flrat picture. The working title la "The Iron Trail." The caat Includes Wyndhsun Bunding. Alma Tell. Bet ty Carpenter, Reginald Denny. Eula lie Jensen and Harfaui Knight. Jenny land —You are mistaken about the mothers in the two pic tures. It was Mary Alden and not Mary Carr who played Ihe mother I# "The Old Neat." Mary Carr was the mother In "Over the Hill." Oriental—Oareth llug£>e* Is not married. You it* thinking of an other Hughe* who la married. Oar eth Hughes' present picture Is "CJar men!* of Truth." Conrad NageJ la married to Ruth Halms. Tooca George* Carpentler waa born ta Franca 17 year* ago. Ha made one picture called "The Won der Man." He la married and baa one child. Wh« It—Viola Dana la tS and weighs M pounds. Yes, Shirley Ma son Is her sister. Wallace Raid la married and has two children. 8 par go Stewart Rome's real nam# Is Wernham Ryott. fleorge Stewart la Anita's young brother. Ha is playing with Alice Lake In "Over the Wire" GERMAN FILM NEWS "All for a Woman" la the litW to be given the Oeruan film. "Damon," a story of the Frrpoh revolution. Kmil Jennings haa the title role. Thin film waa directed by Dimltri Buckowetiiki, who ta aim the author of the story. Buckowctskl now di rect* Pota Negri and recently com pleted a film Tcnton of "Bepho,** with her aa the atar. George Fawrett, favorably known an Um stage, wM bo prominent in a rani supporting Elaine Hammeratato in "The % Way af a Maid." ELLIOTT DEXTER Elliott Dexter, who recently Joined the Goldwyn forces, haa applied for a passport. After flnlahlng hia role H» "Grand Larceny." the Albert Ter huno story which la now In produc tion at the Goldwyn Culver City studios. Mr. Dexter will join the mo tion picture star exodus to the other aide of the Atlantic ocean. MARY, JR., NOW ON SALARY This, in the latest photograph of Mary Pickford. It shouli her with Mary, Jr., her little niece, the daughter of Lottie Pickford. Mary, Jr., makes her first salaried screen appear ance with Aunt Mary in "Little Lord Fauntleroy," soon to be thown here. Los Angeles May Lose Film Producing Industry Los Angslea, known as the'film city of the world due to the fact that over 76 par cent of the American movies are produced there, may lona million* of dollars yearly, If It adopts local osnsorshtp. t An indication of the determina tion on the part of the big movie producers to move elsewhere should cennoraliip become effective, waa disclosed by Marshall Nellan. promi nent producer, who has held up the building of a three-quarters of a mil lion dollar .producing'plant pending the decision on ths queetlon of cen sorship of films shown In Los An geles movie theatre*. Mr Neilan some month* ago pur chased a large parcel of land in Los Angelas for the purpose of building a gigantic sludlo arcomnmdaling five big producing companies. In POPULAR STARS IN "LITTLE MINISTER" Vita graph haa started to film "The UtUa Minlatar," with Alice Calhoun in the tlUa role. Famou* Players. | Lasky haa about completed a flint version of the aame play with Betty Compson. directed by Penrhyn Stan laws. Vltagraph announces that It ha* held tha film rights to the Bam* play, which Maode Adam* mada fa motia. for several yeara Famous Players-Uasky announces tt made lie version of tha play under an agree ment with tba author. Copyrights on tha story In tha Vnlted Statea are said to have «- pired aaveral yeara ago. One won ders then why this delightful play haa not long alnce been put on tha screen In preference to some of tha vary weak atoriaa which have pro dominated. HENRY CLIVE SIGNS WITH PARAMOUNT Henry Cllve, famoua painter and illustrator, whone portraits of Wal lace Held, Gloria Bwanaon, Elliott Dtxter. Bebe D*r els and other atara are to be exhibited next fall In a New Tork art gallery, haa signed a year's contract to do posters for Paramount picture*. EDWARD HTRVCNA Edward Htsvena. the owner of the town in Oliver Moroaco'a production of "Slippy McGee." haa a Broadway record seldom equaled. Me waa on the Great White Way » contlnuoua years, aeven of which were with Chartea Krohman. Billy Bran and Mildred June are featured in the next Bennett com edy, "Be Reasonable.* Will Rogers haa started work on "Bk," a comedy for Paramount. EDITED BY DAISY HENRY this new plant Mr. Nellan planned to doubt* hla own output and affili ate with vartoua other producer* In a cooperative plan «lUli| for Ui« interchange of star*, directors and laborntory ei porta. IIALTH KTI'DIO activities Upon returning from a trip to Now York where he perfected flnan rial arrangement* for the project, Mr. Kellan finding the cenaorahlp altuallon threatening lam Angela, called a halt to all actlvlilea which were In charge of John Jiiaper, well known builder of studio* In l«o* An gelea and Han Franctoco. and owner of the big Hollywood Studio* at the foot of the Mania Monica mountain*. The Eastern capital that would be Imported and apent In lam Angelee as a result of the new Nellan project would approximate It.MO.OM > early- Over M act or*, atara. director*, carpenter*, electrician*. laborer*, me chanic* and other atudlo men would find employment In thla plant. Marshall Nellan la recognised aa one of the moat conatatent producer* of big suoreaae* In the motion pic tore world Among the picture* ha ha* made during the paat eight year* In Lo* Angelee are «uch world wide auoceeaaa a* "Boh Hampton of Placer.-* "Bit* of Life." "I>h>ty." "The Rlrer'a Knd." TJo and Get It." "Dont Bver Marry." "Daddy Ixwig Leg*." "Rebecca of Bunnjr brook Farm," and "Amarllly of CloU»e» line Alley"—the laat three picture* •tarring Mary Plckford. H* la at prtftent producing "Pernod" with We*ley Barry. Mr. Nellan la affiliated with A» aoclated First National Picture*, who distribute hla product and which organisation controla oyer ,4.000 the*tree throughout the conn try and supplies a service to M.MO other theatre*. Other producers are determined to take almllar steps should the pro posed censorship law become effect ive, Including the Metro Pictures Corporation, which ha* aimounecd that It would discontinue all future production pending the outcome of the battle. FLORIDA BIDS FOR FILM STUDIOS I>o« Angele* proponed * city cm- Nornhlp on (lima. Ths movie prrv 'lucent, whose weekly payroll* In lx>« Angele* total f604.004, left out one lon* yell. Florida heard that yell and now cities of that state are bidding for morle studios. One studio la sow located at Miami. Marshall Nollan made one picture, •The Hidden Pared lee," In Florida. He recently received an offer from business men or Miami to brine hie entire producing plant there. And the offer Include* the poaaibO- Ity of a municipal studio. IJBKRTT NKWS Home feature* of the Liberty Newa to open at the Liberty on Sat urday morning will be the horseback event* held at the Speedway at In terlaken by Seattle's society. The moat Interfiling ara the paper chase and the Jumping. Another Item will be the football game between Hroadway High and West Seattle High at Denny Field. KICTTRK* IN Pt'BMC HCHOOLB The <*ty fathers of Ralnßtainae, Pnnct, have decided to introduce the cinema aj» a practical mmn« of In. itrurtton In all the public erhoolw. To thla end they voted a pre liminary *um of 30,000 franc* for the lnatall&tion of the neoeaaary ma chine*. NEW CTRWOOD HTOBV KII.MKI) Jamea Oliver Ourwood*a "The White Mouae," ha* been made Into a acreen play, with Lewla Stone head ing the all-atar oiat It la an odd and moet dramatic vtory of Chlneae mys tery and revenge, Interwoven with the clean life of the great North west. MARJORIK DAW WITH UNIVKKBAL Marjorle Daw, the pretty little acrtreaa who htur been neon In sev eral Marshal Nellan picture*, la now with Universal. Little Mlim Daw la to play oppoalte Herbert KuwUnaon In a new picture now underway. til/081 A FONDA Cllorta Fonda, Seattle actress, who recently returned from the Orient with the T. Daniel KraVley com pany, li In Los Angeles. Miss Fon da Is uom •» re-enter pictures. Wallace Reid and Lester Ctmeo are doer friends and ran be aeen daily dlaportnig In Wall)'* twlmmkii pool at hi* Beverly HJlla home. THE SEATTLE STAR ■i i ncfare Pafler "Brbe" la not Bebe Daniels' screen name. She was christened that way. • * * Donald Crisp has completed "The Bonnie. Brier Bush." filmed In Scot land. , see Cullen Land!* L* to have the lead ing role in "Where la My VMuulrrlng Buy?" * * * Wanda Hawley Is msking "The I-ova Charm." "Cry Baby" will be her nest, e e • "The of Dedlow Marsh" i* being ndapted as a picture for Con stance Blnney. * • * * Eric Von Strnheim gels bills for chickens, cats and rabbit* killed by his two Ruslsan wolf hounds. On« lady wants 14 because the dogs grabbed a squirrel tail from a new haC s • * "Kootfall*," featuring Tyrone Pow er, is released • * * "What Fools Women AreT That'* the title of a new picture. • • • Be*ale Ijov* studies dancing to e»- tertain when she makes personal appearances. • * * Virginia Valli is to play opposite IWt L) tell Mfain. This time ia "The Right Thai FaiJ*dL M • • • ****** Tou °t eompktfwi Z?, ' »»• l» to direct the * rrt * n remions of Rich ard Walton Tulty's stage sucesaes. • e e Pauline Starke I. to play epportte Tou BeUmvtt NOW PLAYING— ®*V HART In a rousing story of love and the Golden West < 3 WORD J*. ... BRAND' HKx —with Jane Novak j/ r * The tale of a silent fighter of the plains, who meets /y* Indians, ruffians a§d politicians in some of the most thrilling fights ever screened! The Pinto pony is in it, COLISEUM CONCERT ORCHESTRA Program Sunday—l2:3o P. M. |T J T (French Composers) J V Overtufe "Pstrt" • »>,««.»mwwi»ww»■ Blset Selections Frolfl "Fsust" Gounod yOV' \ ////At >\ . Sopnuio Solo—"My Heart at Thy Bw«et Voice" from AVOTk dC vV| "Samson and Delilah" Sglnt-Saena \ _*> (7 1\ (( yy MRS. JAMES TTSON, Soloist W'\ G * \jl VTirtLk Tlarch of tho Tin Soldiers"....t 44««444» .Plenw vr 1 1 "Simple Aves • •■ • *m.*••••• 'A" ho me v* I TTOWLV "In the Mill" OUlct i VI VJfjH|V "1* Csurina".... Oanna J V iM This Program subject to change a \j A v J without further notico. I\' lW \ I ARTHUR KAY, Conductor p' ~ Jackie Coogan Helps Kiddies Jackie Cnogan ls sending Mme. Paderewnkl his first check, mndn up from money received from ardent fans requesting his autographed photograph. Jackie arranged to give the ex-Polish premier's wife all his "fan letter'" money, which madame In turn will use to aaalst the starv ing kiddies in far-away Poland. FRENCHMAN WRITES SPECIAL ART TITLES Paul Iribe, famou* French artist and art director for Cecil B. DeMllie. ia now at work on a series of special art titles for the latest DeMllie pro duction. "Fools' Paradise." When Mr. Iribe finl*h«* this work the pro duction. which wn* adapted by lieu iah Marie Dlx and Hada Cowan from Leonard Merrick's novel, "The Laurels and the I«dy," will be prac tically completed and ready tot screening. ETHEL CLAYTON IN "EXIT THE VAMP" Ethel Clayton has completed "Exit the Vsmp," from Clara Be ranger's original story, whirh she has been making at the Paramount xtudto un der the direction of Frank L'rson. In a week or ten days she will start work on "The Cradle." an adaptation of the stage play from the French of Eugene Brleux The continuity Is by Olga Printslau and Thompson Buchanan will supervise the produc tion. Nmm TMge Is planning a 4sto Is the Orient following the completion ef her Islest First National starring vehicle, •Hntllln' Thru." She will »prad a few werk* In Im Angeles with her sister, Mrs. Buster linaton, before sailing. DIRECTOR "The Four Horsemen of Apocalypse." Now he is mak ing a feature film of "The Prisoner of Zenda." Mother Acts as Picture Censor There In at least one oenxor in Los Angeles who la in high favor wltb two movie producers. Not only la aha a film censor, but she at 111 eenaora her boya' action*, (leaplte their at and 40 years. Hhe ia Mrs. C. A. Chriatle, mother of Ai and Charley Chriatle, comedy producer*, and the idol at bar two ■ona. "Tlw only moving picture censor I care a rap about or pay any atten tion to la my mother," aaya Al Chria tle. "And ahe'a the hardest cenaor in the world. "If we 'pass the board* at home, we have nothing to fear from any censorship groups In any state, city or hamlet in Christendom. What pleases her, we know will pleaae every mother in the land, and aha don't need to worry about a few 'reformers' who want to condemn all pictures because of a few bad ones. "And don't think that the daar old lady sparea telling us we're wrong just because we're her sons. Be lieve roe, if we ever make a misstep, our mother is the .first to tell us about It. And, being Scotch, deter mined and somewhat firm In her con viction a, we hearken dutifully. "My mother ease every picture we make, and has for the past ten years. If we are doubtful about a point which might be considered In bad taste, we have only to usher her Into the projection room, and then we hear about It, all right" Maurice CssteDo, mm •( the Trtrwis 'sSeßkfckj'i iduT traded to produce a comedy for the uiwljaudi Mi. and Mrs. Owen Most*. PACE S