The Night Club (1925)
THE NIGHT CLUB
At CLOVER THEATRE
PARAMOUNT introduces the New Sheik of Slapstick - RAYMOND GRIFFITH
"Raymond Griffith gives Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd or any of our million-dollar-a-year men a race for laurels." -- New York American
"He has the chipper dexterity, the spontaieity that make Chaplin on of the world's blessed." -- New York Telegram Mail
"Griffith is a born comedian. Every move he makes is funny." -- N.Y. Telegraph
"The audience rocks with laughter every time he comes on the screen." -- N.Y. American
Not since the discoveryof Chaplin has a new screen comedian flashed into such sensational popularity as had Raymond Griffith.
See this laughable lad and his already famous high silk hat in his latest scream, "The Night Club." Wallace Beery, Very Reynolds and Louise Fazenda are also in the big comedy cast. Produced by the directors of "Forty Winks" and "Changing Husbands".
See the comedy sensation of the season!
Roar with Griffith in the funniest picture of 1925 "The Night Club".
(Interestingly, the photo on the left is if Raymond Griffith in Forty Winks.)
712-31 Raymond Griffith gets the girl of his dreams, Vera Reynolds, in "The Night Club", his latest Paramount picture. Griffith is to be starred as a comedian by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation. (The back of this photo is stamped Apr 9, 1925).
712-35 Raymond Griffith (center)
712-85 Raymond Griffith, one of the funny men of the screen, discovers that courtship in Spain has its difficulties. The scene is from "The Night Club" his latest Paramount picture. Wallace Beery and Louise Fazenda are the other persons in the scene.
712-89 Vera Reynolds, Raymond Griffith, and Louise Fazenda.
712-91 Wallace Beery and Raymond Griffith.
712-94 Vera Reynolds, Raymond Griffith and Wallace Beery
712-113 Vera Reynolds and Raymond Griffith
712-117 Raymond Griffith and Vera Reynolds
Postcard: Vera Reynolds and Raymond Griffith in "The Night Club" A Paramount Production.
Caption: Albert Spalding (left), noted violinist, is providing "emoting" music while Raymond Griffith and Very Reynolds rehearse a love scene. The photo was taken on "The Night Club" set recently while Spalding was visiting the Paramount studio in Hollywood.
This photo is stamped Apr 16, 1925, which is the day that it was received by the newspaper.
712-2-24 Wallace Beery is demonstrating to Vera Reynolds that he really does know how to make a very romantic proposal. The photo was taken between scenes of Paramount's "The Night Club" in which they are featured players.
From Dept. Foreign Publicity and Advertising
with Raymond Griffith, Vera Reynolds, Wallace Beery, and Louise Fazenda. Directed by Paul Urson and Paul Iribe. Paramount-Lasky.
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Last Modified September 28, 2019