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Direction.UNION THEATRES, T/TD.
Managing Directors-Stuart F. Doyle, Edwin Gea eil, W. A. Gibson
THREE SESSIONS DAILY.
11.0 - 2.30 - 8.0.
THREE SESSIONS DAILY.
ll.O - 2.S0 - 8.0.
§ Bebe Daniels
I "She's a Sheik'
Union Master Artists.
Box Plans at Theatre Daily - from 9.30.
HIS MAJESTY'S THEATRE
.-Mvscficn*..E. J. GravestocU, Ltd.
SATURDAY, MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, Ang. 4tH- 6th. 8th. »th.
THE MARVELLOUS PIANIST WHO IS AT PRESENT ELECTRIFYING «: , - SYDN E Y -
"He immediately challenged comparison "with pianists three times his
age." - «"Sydney Morning Herald," 2/7/18).
"He created a furore. He came, saw and conquered." - (Sydney
"Cherkassky is no mere prodigy. Rather is he a) giant of the piano-
forte."-(Sydney "Daily Guardian").
"Closing one's eyes, ono could imagine a Paderewski in one of his best
moods."-(Sydney "'Sunday News").
PRICES: 7-'6 (reserved^. 5/ and 3/ (plus tax). Concessions to Students.
Box Pîans Open at NICHOLSON'S (To-morrow) Monday.
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TOWN HALL FREMANTLE
7 NIGHTS 7
Saturday, July 28
Saturday, Aug. 4
THE THEATRICAL. SENSATION OF
Country Tour Dates
NORTHAM .. .. AUGUST 8 and 13 YORK .'. .. .... ". ... ». AUGUST 9 BEVERLEY ». ... ... AUGUST 10 PINGELLY ». ....... ,.. AUGUST ll MERREDIN ..AUGUST 14 WICKEPIN .. .. .. .. AUGUST 15 WAGIN.AUGUST 16 ALBANY.AUGUST 17 and 18 KATANNING .. .. .. AUGUST 21 BROOKTON ...AUGUST 22 NARROGIN .... AUGUST 23 and 24 COLLIE.AUGUST 25 and 30 BUNBURY .. .. AUGUST 27 and 28 BRIDGETOWN.AUGUST 29 HARVEY.AUGUST 31 MOORA.SEPTEMBER 3 CARNAMAH.SEPTEMBER S GERALDTON .. .. SEPT. 7 and 8 NORTHAMPTON.SEPT. 10
Although Charlie Chaplin has an- nounced nothing definite concerning thc next production, it is said that he is. shortly to commence -work on "The ¿Suicide Club," with Merna Kennedy his leading lady.
Olga Baclanova, former star of the Uoscow Art Theatre, has signed a. long
term contract with Paramount Pic- tures. She will be Emil Jennings' leading woman in "Sins of the Fath- ers," going Into production immedl »ately at Paramount's Hollywood Stu-
dios." " Miss Baclanova recently com- pleted a role as Annie in -The Street of Sin," another Jannings* picture. She was aleo cast In "Three sinners," and "Forgotten Faces," previously titled , "Tho Perfumed Trap," to be released by ParampiiKt Jn AuatrjuUti ibis, year,
- THE - PINNACLE OP ENTERTAINMENT. PINNACLE OP ENTERTAINMENT. PINNACLE OP ENTERTAINMENT.
PAUL DALT'S SUPREMES PAUL DALY'S SUPREMES PAUL DALY'S SUPREMES
- At the -
LUXOR THEATRE LUXOR THEATRE LUXOR THEATRE
THEIR FIFTH BRIGHT CHANGE THEIR FIFTH BRIGHT CHANGE THEIR FIFTH BRIGHT CHANGE
OF PROGRAMME, OF PROGRAMME, OF PROGRAMME.
MOON and HORÇIS MOON and MORRIS MOON and MORRIS
Australia's Grandest Comedians and
DAVID and QUEENIE KAILI
The Greatest of Hawaiian Enter
Th« Popular Entertainer in her
Prices: 4/ Res., 3/, 2/, 1/ (plus tax). 'Phone Theatre A3383 for Reservations.
SUNDAY'S PICTURE ATTRACTION
NORMA SHEARER in
NOW SHOW IN G
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AL WILSON in
"WON IN THE CLOUDS.'
The next Bebe Daniels'picture-to fol- low "Hot News," will be titled "Take
Me Home." It will be going, into pro-
duction at tile Paramount Studios shortly. Nell Hamilton, who recently signed a further contract with Para- mount, and who appeared with the star in "Hot News," will again be the lead- ing man.
The Fineart Film Productions, Ltd, an Australian movie 'company, under the supervision of Director Victor Bindley, are two-thirds through their South Sea. Island story, "Pearl of tho Pacific." As the name suggests, it IB a pearling story, featuring the re- markable tropical effects and atmo- sphere, all secured within twenty-two ttÜMíf Sydney, " '- . ...