American Theatre, Canton, New York, USA - June 14, 1926
Dolores Costello in "Mannequin"
SATURDAY, JUNE 19th
Cecil B. DeMille presents
with LILLIAN RICH ROBERT EDESON TYRONE POWER JEAN ACKER
IN THE SMOKE of his camp fire he dreams of his glorious college days and of his unselfish sacrifice for the white girl he loved -- A wonder picture of primitive passion.
"Call A Cop" -- Christie Comedy
Mon., June 14th --
His latest is his greatest. A masterpiece of clean, exciting, surprising action, rugged romance and the glorious appeal of the West.
Clyde Cook in "Should Sailors Marry?"
Tuesday, June 15th --
Here is the most amazing romance of the foreign underworld ever filmed. The swife pulsing life, the glamour of the hidden haunts of the Apache, now revealed in a picture that leaves you breathless.
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Two Days! Two Days!
What beats in the hearts beneath the Paris gowns that cloak models wear? Fannie Hurst answers in her $50,000 prize-winning story produced perfectly by James Cruze with Dolores Costello and Zasu Pitts in the cast.
"Tee For Two" -- Alice Day Comedy
Friday, June 18th --
The players shows (sic) all their fine emotional talent in this, a great dramatic photoplay. Plenty of tense scenes, exciting incidents, tremendous situations.
"Go Easy" -- Cameo Comedy Pathe News
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