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FILM FEATURES & FOOTLIGHT FANCIES
Bernice Vere, whose latest picture appearance in Australia was in "The 131 ue Mountain Mystery," produced by Raymond Longford, has left Sydney to try her luck in Los Angeles.
Yera Stedman xVX t>o abssr: from the Christie comedies for come time. She was recently the mother of twins. However, she contends that she .will not desert the screen. Mr. Jack Tay- lor, a musician, is the proud father.
Fannie Ward has given up her apart- ments in Paris on the Charnus Elysees, for she has decided to rpend the win- ter ia London. Fannie will be missed ?viïbont a doubt, for she was one "cf
the best dressed women abroad, ¿i:¡4 j inevitably pointed out on the Rue <2e la Paix as tho beautiful American
a ci ress.
The .story of "Moral Fibre" presents Corinne Griffith in one of the most charming roles she has had. Tn the
j early scenes she portrays a ch::-.! of ¡ 12 romping through the country. ?he j learns later that revenge is noi. hers ¡ to take. A pretty love story runs i through the plot. "Moral Fibre'' is ' screening at the Palladium next "Wed-
Just some fool to shout "Lyr.oh them!" and the sight of the unfaith- ful wife held tight in her lover's arms, ana the lid was off, the foam was red. Two hundred men who liad never cared for law or virtue before were suddenly blood avengers crying* for death. "Red Foam,"' featuring Zena ? Keefe, is now screening at the Palla-
In the east of "The Rowdy," Gladys Walton's latest photodrama, is Alida B. Jones, who before beginning her pic- ture career was a contralto in Phila- delphia. "The Rowdy" is a story founded on the lives of a number of interesting fishcrfolk in a west coast village, and produced by Universal. It will be shown at the Pavilion next Wednesday.
- Ken Hall hes been appointed pub- licity director of Union Theatres Ltd. and Australasian Films Ltd. in suc- cession to Phil. Gell, who resigned in December last. Before becoming Mr. Gel'.'s right hand man,- Sir. Hall was associated with Bob Dexter and Hal Carleton. To-day he must be regard- ed as filling the highest post in film publicity in Australia.
Dorothy Dalton is back again in the role or a daughter of the great Cana- dian Norih-West, .a similar character to that in which she made such a suc- cess in "The Flame of the Yukon" several years ago. It was such a role as she has in "The Idol of-the North,"
I J. Clarkson Millers' story which is now
screening at the Grand, that Miss Dal- ton .gained her reputation as a screen
An excellent supporting cast is to bs seen with Miss Clarie, her leading roan being Leon P. Genflron in "Scrambled Wives,", which is coming to the Grand next Wednesady. The scenes of the picture include a fashionable girls' boarding school, the elopement and a funny episode in the house of a negro minister, an ocean voyage, the streets of î.'ew York, and the beautiful ball- room and the swimming pool o£ a country house.