Stanton Theatre: This Week's Program Feb. 8, 1926 [Lionel Barrymore in The Splendid Road]

Stanton Theatre: This Week's Program Feb. 8, 1926 [Lionel Barrymore in The Splendid Road]

Philadelphia, Pa. Stanton Theatre, 1926. 1 sheet (30 x 11.5 cm.) printed on both sides. Contains the program for the week beginning Monday, Feb. 8th, consisting of organ selections by Mr. Crisp and Mr. Templeton; an Our Gang comedy, "Buried Treasure"; Pathe news; a musical prelude by Harry W. Meyer and the Stanton Symphony Orchestra; and the feature "The Splendid Road." The cast of the feature consisted of Lionel Barrymore, Anna Q. Nilsson, Robert Frazer, Edwards Davis, Roy Laidlaw, DeWitt Jennings, Russell Simpson, George Bancroft, Gladys Brockwell (d. 1929), Pauline Garon, Marceline Day, Mary Jane Irving, Mickey McBan, and Edward Earle. Although no year is given, in the upper righthand corner is written in pencil "1926." "The Splendid Road" was a silent, black-and-white picture directed by Frank Lloyd and released in Dec. 1925, so 1926 is likely to have been the year that it was shown in Philadelphia. The program also contains advertisements for the Empire Shoe Store and indicates that the next movie would be Allan Dwan's "Sea Horses" starring Jack Holt, Florence Vidor, and Noah Beery. In Very Good- Condition: creased vertically and horizontally with darkening along the vertical crease; two a-cm. tears from left edge; otherwise clean and intact. Very Good -. Item #001321

Price: $9.95

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