New Plaza Theatre, Milford, Delaware - September 30, 1929
NEW PLAZA Theatre
Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st
COLLEEN MOORE in SMILING IRISH EYES
with JAMES HALL
Her sweetheart -- in the arms of another girl -- singing the love song she had taught him. She didn't know it was part of a Broadway show. What a scene! you can't help but cry when you see it!
Richard Dix - 'Redskin'
SON of a Chief of the proud Navajos. College athletic hero. Than an outcast from both whites and Indians. Come and see his fight, his romenac, his victory! Filmed in gorgeous Technicolor.
STUPENDOUS! The new epic of the American Indian.
"Redskin" -- an outcast! Richard Dix' throbbing drama of the redman's struggle against white civilization. The romance of a college-bred Indian of today.
Son of a chief of the proud Navajos -- College athlete hero -- then an outcast from both Whites and Indians. See this amazing spectacle filmed in "NATURAL COLORS" in the gorgeous Indian country.
-- also --
COMEDY - "THIN TWINS"
Friday and Saturday, October 4th and 5th
Matinee Saturday at 2:30 P.M.
On the Stage:
DOLORES DEL RIO
Primitive -- barbaric -- tempestuous -- the story of a gypsy girl as wild as the animals she tamed!
Two Shows Friday at 7 and 9 P.M.
Week of October 7th
"I Killed Him Because I Loved Him!"
THAT fatal note, written in a moment of desperation, lays bare a woman's soul! In the hands of a vangeful rival it becomes a weapon of destruction. W. Somerset Maugham's drama, revealing the danger of love unrestrained.DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in "THE IRON MASK"
Life will take on new meaning when yousee the fascinating D'Artagnan and his rollicking musketeers -- fighting like the furies, captivating all Paris with their merry making.
A vivid romance of love and sacrifice.
It is not clear if this theater has switched over from silent films to sound films. REVENGE, THE IRON MASK, and REDSKIN are silent films that were available with a music track. Charley Chase's THIN TWINS was probably just silent. CAREERS was silent with some sound sequences, but available as just a silent film. SMILING IRISH EYES and THE LETTER were sound films, but there might have been silent versions available. It is unusual for a theater to not be advertising its films as talkies in late 1929. -- Bruce
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