Lyric Theatre, Rochester, New York - April 17, 1932

Rochester, New York Lyric Theatre program, April 17, 1932
LYRIC THEATRE
Rochester, N.Y.

See and Hear

William Collier, Jr. in "STREET SCENE"
Tues. - Wed. - Thurs.  April 19-20-21

PROGRAM

FRIDAY & SATURDAY     April 22nd - 23rd

DOUBLE FEATURE

"SWEEPSTAKES"
with Eddie Quillan and Marion Nixon

KISTEN, KID -- NIX ON THAT SKIRT! I raised you to keep your mind on fast horses -- not on fast women! A hundred thousand guys have money on you in tomorrow's race and if you throw it for that jane... it'll be just too bad...!

"GUN SMOKE"
with Richard Arlen and Mary Brian

COULD THE WEST LICK THE EAST? See what happens when modern "tough guys" take their war into the Old West -- and put a throbbing romance "on the spot"!

Comedy     "Ripley, Believe It Or Not"

Program Subject to Change at Discretion of Management
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Rochester, New York Lyric Theatre program, April 17, 1032

LYRIC THEATRE
689 Clinton Avenue
Telephone: MAIN 5443
Rochester, N.Y.

Adults: 15c     Children: 10c

PROGRAM

Sunday - Monday     April 17th - 18th

DOUBLE FEATURE

"THE BIG GAMBLE"
with Bill Boyd and Dorothy Sebastian

How Would You Solve This Man's Ghastly Problem? He made a desperate bargain. To marry a girl he had never seen. To live a year in luxury. And then to die by his own hand!

"THE UNEXPECTED FATHER"
with Slim Summerville and Zasu Pitts

Slim as the embarrassed millionaire bachelor overtaken by a blessed event! Zasu as the distraught nurse of a child with only veterinary experience to guide her! And now they're co-starred! Prepare to laugh!

Comedy     Fox News

PROGRAM
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
April 19th, 20th and 21st

DOUBLE FEATURE

"STREET SCENE"
with Sylvia Sidney, William Collier, Jr and Estelle Taylor

A mother hungered for love -- and stole it. Her daughter knew and understood her mother's plight. Her father drove his wife to deception. "Street Scene" the supreme picture creation that rises above them all.

"THE LAST RIDE"
with Dorothy Revier and Charles Morton

A gang-ridden town runs up against the power of the press -- in the person of a young reporter hot on the scent of the shady mob which put his brother on the spot. Whirlwind action -- thrills -- romance and drama.

Metro News


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