Globe Theatre, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA - 1930

Globe Theatre, Atlantic City, New Jersey screening ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT (1930)

Carl Laemmle
presents

"ALL QUIET on the WESTERN FRONT"
A Universal Picture


Globe Theatre, Atlantic City, New Jersey screening ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT (1930)

Carl Laemmle
presents
"All Quiet on the Western Front"

from the story by ERICH MARIA REMARQUE
produced by CARL LAEMMLE, JR.
directed by LEWIS MILESTONE

Dialogue by
MAXWELL ANDERSON AND GEORGE ABBOTT
screen story by GEORGE ABBOTT
adaptation by MAXWELL ANDERSON
photographed by ARTHUR EDESON

A Universal Picture

PRODUCED IN ITS ENTIRETY AT UNIVERSAL CITY, CALIFORNIA

Warner Bros.
GLOBE THEATRE
Atlantic City, N. J.

The Cast

CAST

KATCZINSKY

Louis Wolheim

PAUL BAUMER

Lewis Ayres

HIMMELSTOSS

John Wray

GERARD DUVAL Raymond Griffith

TJADEN

George "Slim" Summerville

MULLER

Russell Gleason

ALBERT

William Bakewell

LEER

Scott Kolk

BEHM

Walter Browne Rogers

KEMMERICH

Ben Alexander

PETER

Owen Davis, Jr.

DETERING Harold Goodwin
LIEUT. BERTINCK Pat Collins

WESTHUS

Richard Alexander

KANTOREK

Arnold Lucy

HAMMACHER

Heine Conklin

HERR MEYER Edmund Breese
WACHTER Bodil Rosing
GINGER Bill Irving
MISS BAUMER Beryl Mercer
MR. BAUMER Edwin Maxwell
SUZANNE Yola d'Avril
FRENCH GIRLS Renee Damonde
  Poupee Andriot

SISTER LIBERTINE

Bertha Mann

POSTER GIRL

Joan Marsh

TWICE DAILY
2:45 and 9:00 P.M.


Globe Theatre, Atlantic City, New Jersey screening ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT (1930)

"ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT"

New York American
"The epic picture of the war. A celluloid record for the ages. It plays upon the soul like a mad musician on a harp. It rips the heart to shreads and tatters. Eyes scald with tears. It is stiflig in the immensity...  mightiest war drama ever sreened in the ages of history."

The New York Times
"It is a notable achievement."

Daily News
Rating: ∗∗∗∗
"It is so magnificent, so powerful, that is hardly behooves mere words to tell of its heart-rending appeal,
of its dramatic fire, its breath-taking battle shots."

The World
"... a masterly incarnation of that shockingly vivid novel of valiant youth meeting lonely death."

GLOBE THEATRE   Atlantic City

Orchestra          Balcony

The laws of New Jersey require that this diagram be printed in every program of all theatres and other places of amusement. Penalty for non-observance, $100.

FIRE NOTICE: -- Look around Now and choose the nearest Exit to your seat. In case of fire, walk (not run) to THAT Exit. Do not try to beat your neighbor to the street.

Printed in U. S. A.


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