After the Ball (1914)

Movie herald of Herbert Kelcey and Effie Shannon in AFTER THE BALL (1914)

AFTER THE BALL

by Chas. K. Harris

Composer of "Would You Care?" & "Without a Wedding Ring"

IDEAL THEATRE

One Day Only Thursday, June 28

with special music and singer

10 & 20 cents

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AMERICA'S FAMOUS STARS

MR. HERBERT KELCEY and MISS EFFIE SHANNON

Who have been identified with fifty of the Biggest Dramatic Successes on the American Stage last with DAVID BELASCO'S Triumph "Years of Discretion" two artists known and revered wherever the English Language is spoken.

In Six Parts

A Photo-drama which for intensity of human interest marks a new epoch in photo-plays. Every foot of the six reels a feature stages with careful attention to the minutest detail.  Nothing is left to the imagination.  Every turn of the film discloses a Laugh, a Tear or a heart-throb.

Story and Scenario by Chas. K. Harris

Picturized and Directed by Pierce Kingsley

Movie herald of Herbert Kelcey and Effie Shannon in AFTER THE BALL (1914)

HERBERT KELCEY and EFFIE SHANNON in

AFTER THE BALL

in six parts

Bright Lights Were Flashing in the Grand Ball Room,
Softly the Music, Playing Sweet Tunes,
There Came My Sweetheart, My Love My Own
I Wish Some Water, Leave Me Alone!

A Little Maiden Climbed on an Old Man's Knee,
Begged for s Story "Do Uncle Please"
Why Are You Single, Why Live Alone?
Have You No Babies, Have You no Home?

When I Returned Dear, There Stood a Man,
Kissing My Sweetheart as Lovers Can.
Down Fell the Glass Pet, Broken That's All
Just as My Heart Was, After the Ball.


with Herbert Kelcey, Effie Shannon and Robert Vaughn. Directed by Pierce Kingsley. Photo Drama Company.

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This work (After the Ball (1914), by Photo Drama Company), identified by Bruce Calvert, is free of known copyright restrictions.

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