Lyric Theatre, Rochester, New York - May 31, 1931
Always a Good Show
LOVE in "GOOD NEWS"
(Thurs. & Fri., Program Continued)
"Leathernecking" has to do mostly with the fortunes of one Chick, played by Eddie Foy, Jr., hero of Nicaragua and way places, but not yet rewarded with a commission. His symbol of trouble is an antagonistic captain, and his main mistake is when he masquerades as an officer at a week-end party and--
Saturday June 6th
"CAPTAIN OF THE GUARD"
The story concerns the events leading to the birth of La Marseillaise, the stirring national anthem of the French. Come and See This Picture! Lou'll Like It!
"SINS OF THE CHILDREN"
The True Story of a Family! You'll laugh at Louis Mann's portrayal of the poor barber who raises a large family, you'll be moved when they repay his sacrifices with unkindness and neglect, so he --
Comedy, "Seeing Stars"
Program Subject to Change at Discretion of Management
Week beginning May 31st
Sunday - Monday, May 31st - June 1st
THREE FRENCH GIRLS"
The story concerns Reginald Denny, a titled English man who comes to the aid of the three gals about to be thrown out of their apartment when they fail to pay the rent. However, it all ends up when they assault the landlord and they go to jail. He then --
The mad midnight stampede of bellowing cattle -- a twenty-mule-team race along the edge of a precipice -- the plunge of an ore-laden wagon over the precipice -- the gun dual between men who have hated each other for years -- the love romance of a boy and girl that leads to tragedy -- all this and more in "The Painted Desert"
Cuckoo Murder Case
A four-year college course in love, pep, fun, football! It'll set your feet dancing, your pulse pounding, whether you're six or sixty! It has YOUTH -- and to spare! And scores of cute co-eds and college cut-ups! You must see "GOOD NEWS."
- Friday June 4th - 5th
LION AND THE LAMB"
A Thrilling Drama of London's Underworld! Piercing screams -- a shot in the dark -- moans and cries tearing through the night -- an underworld thriller that will make you tinble with excitement.
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