Lyric Theatre, Rochester, New York - October 19, 1930

Rochester, New York Lyric Theatre program, October 19, 1930
LYRIC THEATRE
Rochester, N.Y.

Warner Baxter

PROGRAM

Saturday, Oct. 25 --
Rex Lease in
"TROOPERS THREE"

The greatest laugh hit of the year. Hilarious! Goofy Rookies in frantic antics.

Lois Moran in 
"A SONG OF KENTUCKY"

Fast horses at the classic Kentucky Derby. Love staked on the winner!

Comedy     Cartoon

COMING

Tues. Wed. Thurs. Oct. 28-29-30

Constance Bennett in "COMMON CLAY"

Why are most men fashioned from steel and others cast from dross? Why is one human being gold and another tinsel? Why do we call one woman fine and another "Common Clay?" The most forceful answer your mind can conceive will not possess the dramatic, blood quickening, threat tightening suspense that you will find in "Common Clay."

PROGRAM SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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Rochester, New York Lyric Theatre program, October 19, 1930

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

Telephone: MAIN 5443

General Admission 20c
Children 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, Oct. 19, 20 --
Lee Tracy and Mae Clark in
"BIG TIME"

The story of a hoofer and his partner, the former reaching the heights only to get a big head and slip down the ladder while the wife becomes a great star.

Line Basquette and Geo. Duryea in
"THE DUDE WRANGLER"

The tale of a tenderfoot who is dominated by his aunt but tries manfully to make good by running a dude ranch.

Our Gang Comedy

PROGRAM

Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 21, 22 --
Warner Baxter in 
"SUCH MEN ARE DANGEROUS"

What happened to the millionaire Ludwig Kranwertz when he disappeared from his luxurious airplane while flying over the English Channel?

Mae Murray in 
"PEACOCK ALLEY"

The personality that many imitate but only Mae Murray possesses -- in an ultra-modern production.

Metro News

Thursday and Friday, Oct. 23, 24 --
Eddie Dowling in 
"BLAZE O' GLORY"

Something different -- something new -- a drama with three backgrounds -- backstage -- war -- and a murder trial.

Comedy     Pathe News

PROGRAM CONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGE


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