TENSE SCENE IN
In Bert Lytell's lattest starring ve
hicle, "The Right of Way," adapted
Irom Sir Gilbert Parker5s great novel
and made into pictures by Screen
Classics, Inc., the courtroom scene,
the Initial dramatic incident in the
story, ha been reproduced faithfully jbench, as in this country, u is suuu-
In accordance with the arrangement ated in the center or tne room just
and procedure of a Canadian tribunal
This, as may be observed at the Au
ditorium Theater, where the picture
shows tomorrow differs in many unus
ual respects from American courts.
Under the technical direction of A. P.
Shulter, of the Screen Classics, Inc.,
Btaff, a setting eighty feet long and
half as wide was built.
One variation from American . ar
rangement is the location of the pris
oner's dock. Instead of being elevat
ed and placed close to the Judge's
inside the court railing.
When the prisoner is seated he is
the center attraction of the entire
courtroom, being In full view from
every side of Judge, Jury, attorneys
and spectators. The room Itself is
very plain. The walls are bare of
pictures and ornaments. In line and
color the effect is notably dignified
and and severe. Only a few symbols
of Justice indicate the character of
iff . . . AJ
"The Rizht of Way" is
story quite unusual, inasmuch
as it steps away from the beat
en path and offers a compact
i amount of undiluted human in
terest which manifests itself in
a strong appeal to the heart.
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Hiynnt Washburn In Excellent Photo
play Expounds Novel
Bryant Washburn, commenting on
the story of his new Paramount pic
ture, "Love Insurance," which comes
to the Casino theater today, says that
there never will be any insurance FETTER HAVE IT AND NOT NEED
bug. It ten't that. But it is some
thing about as curious. It deals with
the proposition of a young man about
to marry an heiress, and who. fearing
that before he can get the knot safe
ty tied, his beloved (?) will change
her mind regarding her choice for a
future husband, insures his marriage
prospects with the famous Lloyd's
company. He to collect in case the
marriage does not take place."
This is said to be one of the most
unique situations ever penned and
was written by Earl Derr Biggers.
the famous author who is well
fcnown by his many short stories and
plays. Most famous among his works,
perhaps, is "Seven Keys to Baldpate,
which was first published as a novel,
then dramatized, and later picturized
by Artcraft. Marion Fairfax adapted
the story to the screen and Donald
against the familiar malady prevalent
In at some period in everyone's life,
commonly called love.
'Do not believe when you see the
title of this picture,'' says Mr. Wash
burn, "that it concerns an Insurance
poli"y which protects a man from
succumbing to the sting of the love
IT than need it and not hare it See
ns today. Kin? Insurance Agency.
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" Woman Game'9
We Reproduce Herewith Facsimile
SCREEN OPINIONS REVIEW
NOTE: "Screen Opinions" is a trade paper devoted exclusively
to reviews of motion pictures. It accepts no advertisements from pro
ducers, and the reviews are Independent and unbiased.
"WOMAN GAME" CLASS A.
. n , Star Very Good; Elaine Hammestein.
Story Good Drama: Family.
Direction: Very Good: W. P. Earle.
Photoplay: Very Good.
Footage 5,000 Feet.
Relase Date March 22nd.
' Distributor Select
Amy Terrill Elaine Hammerstein
Andrew Masters Jere Austin
Capt. DeVanant Louis Broughton
Mrs. Van Trant Florence Billings
Leonard Travers Joe Morrison
Authors Osman and Dazey
Adapter G. M. Burton
Cameraman Wm. Wagner
A PRODUCTION EXHIBITORS CAN BOOK WITH CONFIDENCE
1 OUR OPINION
All those elements that go into the making of a high-grade pio
ture with a general appeal are found in this production and for exhib
itors, especially those who are looking for the better grade of enter,
tainment it is an offering that will cheer them and satisfy their audi
ences. Elaine Hammerstein is one of the few screen players who can
sincerely portray the role of an unsophisticated maiden, because she
looks the part and lives it. Her role in this production gives her the
best screen opportunity she has ever had, and she makes the most of
it Her supporting cast has been well selected and renders her capa
ble assistance. The staging is of an elaborate artistic nature that is
at once lavish and soothing to the eye. It's a regular picture, all
meal look and taste more
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