Colonial Theatre, Reading, Pennsylvania - April 14, 1924

Reading, Pennsylvania Colonial Theater program for the week of April 14th, 1924
COLONIAL
CARR & SCHAD INC

651-661 PENN ST _     READING _ PA _

PROGRAM FOR WEEK, BEGINNING APRIL 14, 1924

COMING! UNQUESTIONABLY THE MOST IMPORTANT EVENT OF THE FILM YEAR

ENTIRE WEEK
Beginning April 28th
F. Marion Crawford's
IMMORTAL STORY

"The White Sister"

with
LILLIAN GISH

The Same Picture That Ran Long, Extended Engagements at New York, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
At -- $3.00, $2.00, $1.50 Prices

LILLIAN GISH


Reading, Pennsylvania Colonial Theater program for the week of April 14th, 1924, showing LET NOT MAN PUT ASUNDER WITH Pauline Frederick and Lou Tellegen

THE COLONIAL

PROGRAM FOR WEEK, BEGINNING MONDAY APRIL 14th, 1924

1 -- Literary Digest

2 -- Colonial News

3 -- Announcements of Coming Attractions

4 -- Fox Comedy "Three Gun Man"

5 -- OVERTURE "Slavish Rhapsody" (Friedman)
Colonial Concert Orchestra

6 -- Main Picture
"LET NOT MAN PUT ASUNDER"

Pauline Frederick and Lou Tellegen

In Basil King's Sensational Story of love, marriage and divorce

"LET NOT MAN PUT ASUNDER"

WHO'S WHO IN THE CAST

Petrina Faneuil

PAULINE FREDERICK

Dick Lechmere

LOU TELLEGEN

Harry Vassall

Leslie Austen

Felicia de Proney

Helena D'Algy

Lady Emmy de Bohun

Pauline Neff

Polly de Bohun

Violet de Barros

Sir Humphrey de Bohun

Maurice Costello

Mrs. Vassall

Martha Petelle

Gentian Tyrell

Gladys Frazin

Major Bertie

Cliffton Webb

Chaillot

Homer Lynn

A J. Stuart Blackton Production

COMING SOON

LILLIAN GISH
In The Henry King Production

"THE WHITE SISTER"

Based on The Story By F. Marion Crawford

It's a Metro Picture


Reading, Pennsylvania Colonial Theater program for the week of April 14th, 1924, showing SHADOWS OF PARIS with Pola Negri

THE COLONIAL

COMING NEXT WEEK, BEGINNING EASTER MON., APRIL 21ST

Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky, Presents
The Incomparable

POLA NEGRI

Supported By
ADOLPH MENJON (sic)
CHARLES DeROCHE AND HUNTLEY GORDON
in a Thrilling Story of Paris Upper and Underworld

"Shadows of Paris"

Pola Negri
starring in Paramount Pictures

One minute a fashionable society woman and the next an apache terror, in the most notorious underworld den in Paris ____

Match That for a Negri Role, If you can

Adapted from the great French Play 
"Mon Homme" by Fred Jackson

Extra Added Attraction ____ Next Week
The William Fox
Novelty Film "FROGLAND"


Reading, Pennsylvania Colonial Theater program for the week of April 14th, 1924.

THE COLONIAL

Important Attractions at Carr and Schad, Inc. Theatres

ARCADIA -- Entire Week, Beginning Monday, April 14th
First Time Ever Shown
W. S. HART
In his newest Paramount Picture
"SINGER JIM McKEE"
A Thrilling Two-Gunman Story

LYRIC -- Entire Week, Beginning Monday, April 14th
America's Favorite Screen Star
NORMA TALMADGE
with Conway Tearle
In a charming love story
"SHE LOVES AND LIES"

PRINCESS -- Monday and Tuesday
Zane Grey's
"CALL OF THE CANYON"
with
RICHARD DIX and LOIS WILSON

STRAND -- Tuesday and Wednesday
Thomas H. Ince offers
"ANNA CHRiSTIE"
Starring
BLANCH (sic) SWEET

NOTE:
Courtesy and attention to our patrons by all Colonial attaches is demanded by the management. Your admission ticket, entitles you to all of the comforts and conveniences of the theatre. Your parcels, umbrellas, and other articles are checked absolutely without charge. Tipping prohibited.

Lost articles, when found are returned to the owner upon identification. Professional men who anticipate being summoned are requested to notify the usher seating them.

Signed,   CARR & SCHAD, Inc.


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