Lyric Theatre, Rochester, New York - February 9, 1930

Rochester, New York Lyric Theatre program, February 9, 1930
LYRIC THEATRE

Clara Bow in "DANGEROUS CURVES"
Tues. & Wed. Feb. 11-12

PROGRAM

Saturday, Feb 15 --
"LEATHERNECK"
with William Boyd, Lina Basquette and Robert Armstrong

Two leathernecks, hard-boiled, two-fisted, down where the Marines are keeping order in Nicaragua. International intrigue, hair-raising adventure.

"COME AND GET IT"
with BOB STEELE

A drama packed with swift action, speed, suspense and romance.

Barney Google Comedy
"Tarzan of the Apes" No. 4

PROGRAM SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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Rochester, New York Lyric Theatre program, February 9, 1930

LYRIC THEATRE
689 Clinton Avenue
North Rochester, N.Y.

Telephone: MAIN 5443

General Admission 15c
Children Under 12 Years 10c

Double Feature Program every Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Each Thursday and Friday Starting at 7:00
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays Continuous from 1:30 P.M.

PROGRAM

Sunday and Monday, Feb. 9-10 --

"SALUTE"
with George O'Brien, Helen Chandler and William Young

Annapolis and West Point in action! You hear and see their annual football classic; their songs, bands, training, romance, adventure and the rivalry of two brothers in football and love. Actually filmed at the U. S. Naval Academy and at West Point.

"THE COLLEGE COQUETTE"
with William Collier Jr. and Ruth Taylor

A flaming drama of college love in which a nice girl wants to be jazzy but after her friend is disgraced decides to settle down.

Mickey McGuire Comedy     Curiosity

PROGRAM

Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 11-12
"DANGEROUS CURVES"
with Clara Bow and Richard Arlen

She gets her man in an entirely different way -- she blossoms out with a new personality and a new technique -- you'll learn plenty when the fascinating darling of all the world spends "her mad money and goes on with the chase."

Also
"PART TIME WIFE"
With A Special Cast
A melodrama filled with tense moments and romance.

Metro News

Thursday and Friday, Feb. 13-14 --

"SPEAKEASY"
starring Paul Page and Lola Lane
You hear roaring subways, traffic and grand Central terminal -- hustle and bustle of Times Square -- Madison Square Garden -- Empire Race Tracks -- glittering night life -- and a real speak-easy in operation.

"FRIVOLOUS WIVES"
with Rudolph Valentino

A great lover -- a good little girl -- an unsuspicious husband -- a fickle wife -- you will see them all in this most unusual production.

Pathe News

PROGRAM CONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGE


Photo from Dangerous Curves (1929)

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