Lyric Theatre, Rochester, New York - November 8, 1931
CONRAD NAGEL in "NUMBERED MEN"
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13th & 14th
"THE TEXAS RANGER"
A Buck Jones Hit. Buck Jones in the romance of a Texas ranger riding full tilt to meet possible death for the sake of duty and the one girl! The best Jones Western of the year!
The story opens with Mackaill, star of a Broadway show, announcing her forthcoming marriage to a scion of wealth. With comedy predominant, the yarn moves along where family objections might halt the nupitals. Then --
COMEDY FELIX THE CAT
Program Subject to Change at Discretion of Management
SUNDAY & MONDAY NOVEMBER 8th & 9th
"UP FOR MURDER"
He was the cub reporter on a great city newspaper. She conducted the society column -- He fell desperately in love with her -- only to find her hopelessly involved with the owner and publisher of the paper. And then --
"JUST A GIGOLO"
He posed as a Gigolo to test her character! About to become engaged to a girl he didn't know! And he mistrusted all women! A HAINES TRIUMPH!
COMEDY, "CRAZY HOUSE"
No greater love story has ever been told. No mightier drama has ever been screened. As timely as today's newspaper. Answering the prison questions that are on the lips of the world! It's great than the "BIG HOUSE" and you know how big that was!
A Beautiful Woman's Sacrifice On the Altar of Her Husband's Ambitions! Branded an outcast by the man she married, fighting for her woman's right to love. The first real emotional thrill of the year!
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