Rex Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, USA - September 11, 1938
PHONE ENGLEWOOD 4962
Sunday & Monday, Sept. 11 & 12
Ooh-la-la! Here They Are!
Gayer and better than ever before!
HUGH DOUBLE FEATURE
THREE BRIGHT-EYED LOVELIES
THREE BLIND MICE
ALSO CARTOON, "SNOW TIME"
Tuesday and Wed., Sept. 13-14
LUISE RAINER as
TWO MEN LOVED HER
Melvyn DOUGLAS • Robert YOUNG
2 -- DELUXE FEATURES -- 2
A girl's thrilling experience with romance... will touch the heart of every man, woman and child who see it!
Cockatoo Petti Point Dinnerware
Thursday and Friday, Sept. 15-16
Two Souls Lost... For Love's Sake!
A FAREWELL TO ARMS
Defying a world gone mad with hate... Two hearts that were mad with love!
A Paramount Picture
-- PLUS --
SENSATIONAL REVIVAL BY POPULAR DEMAND
The Picture Which Set a New Style in Love
Also Selected Short Subjects
Attention Ladies! FREE! FREE!
Watch for Starting Date
Although The Sheik was a silent film, it was re-released in 1938 because Rudolph Valentino was still popular.
Coming Sunday and Monday, Sept. 18 and 19
Saturday (1 Day only), Sept. 17
You'll THRILL and CHILL over
NAN GREY • DONALD WOODS
-- AND --
The Fortune Telling Racket Exposed!
ALSO CARTOON, and LATEST NEWS EVENTS
EXTRA! SATURDAY NIGHT about 8:30
Photos from A Farewell to Arms (1932)
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Last Modified March 21, 2023