Teller's Shubert Theatre, Brooklyn, New York - October 31, 1926

Teller's Shubert Theatre, movie program, October 31, 1926

TELLER'S
Shubert Theatre

Direction
LEO C. TELLER
-- and --
HERBERT S. ASCHER


Teller's Shubert Theatre, movie program, October 31, 1926

What the Man Will Wear
Continued

Nature nodded when she created this massculine foot. It is an unprepossessing lump. Why, ten, accentuate its shapelessness by wide-toed, thick-soled shoes? These are not objectionable at sports, but they are absurd with one's town kit. The slender, sloping toe is the proper thing to wear, as pictured in the foregoing sketch. Here you see the shoe, recently revived, having a vamp of black calfskin and an instep insert of gray suede.

Morning.

There's a glove on hand for every occasion, but few men seem to know it. There are formal gloves; semi formal gloves; informal gloves. There are gold gloves and riding gloves. There are lined and unlined gloves. There are leather gloves, wool gloves, fur gloves and combinations of leather with wool and leather with fur. There are capeskin, pigskin, elkskin, buckskin and, now goatskin, just to name f few types for street and sport.

It is a time-honored rule of fashion that one must not go ungloved if a top coat or any overgarent is worn. What a droll figure a man whould cut if he strode along carrying his shoes in his hand! Only a trifle less ridiculous is the practice of carrying one's gloves. They should be put on. They are both a protection to wear and a decoration to the wearer.

Goatskin gloves, illustrated along-side, are new to most men, but they have been in vodue for several seasons.

---BEAUNASH.

Addresses where merchandise described in the forgoing can be obtained may be had fro the New York Theatre Program Corporation, 108-114 Wooster Street, New York.

Teller's Shubert Theatre
Rellet Amusement Co., Inc., Lessees and Managers

LEO C. TELLER President
HERBERT S. ASCHER Sec. & Treas.
Gertrude Kebel Auditor

HOUSE STAFF
Ida I. Ackerman Treas. of Box Office
Eva B. Jolley Asst. Treasurer
Karl Scholing Musical Director
Amandus Meyer Main Doors

STAGE STAFF
Charles Godwin Stage Carpenter
Charles Trainor, Sr. Property
Jack Mayer Electrician


BOX OFFICE REGULATIONS

Open continuously from 9.30 A.M. until 9.30 P.M.

REQUESTS BY MAIL for reservation of seats or boxes must necessarily be accompanied by check or curent funds to secure the desired reservations.

LADIES' RETIRING ROOM left at Entrance and Balcony.

GENTLEMEN'S SMOKING ROOM staircase to right at main entrance.

SUGGESTIONS TO PATRONS
PHYSICIANS and other patrons anticipating emergency calls should leave their names and seat numbers at the box office.

 LOST ARTICLES should be reported at once to the box office.

EVERY DIFFICULTY ARISING in respect to Errors in Tickets or Locations of seats and All Complaints should be referred to the management for speedy and proper adjustment.

CHECK ROOM at right and left Main entrance of Orchestra Floor, where coats and wraps may be checked.

PUBLIC TELEPHONES in Ladies' Retiring Room and Gentlemen's Smoking Room.

Exner Piano is used in this theatre.

The management desires herewith to notify its patrons that the parking of cars about this theatre is prohibited by law, and therefore, it will not be responsible to patrons parking the same.

The management desires herewith no one connected with the management of this theatre is authorized to receive or care for cars belinging to patrons, and that those entrusting the same to any person do so at their own risk.


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MURAD


Teller's Shubert Theatre, movie program, October 31, 1926

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Teller's
Shubert Theatre

THE MONROE INVESTING COMPANY Owners
THE RELLET AMUSEMENT CO. Lessees and Managers
LEO C. TELLER President
HERBERT S. ASCHER Secretary and Treasurer

FIRE NOTICE: Look around NOW and choose the nearest Exit to your seat. In case of fire, walk (not run) to THAT Exit. Do not try to beat your neighbor to the street.

BEGINNING SUNDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 31, 1926
Matinee Every Day This Week

KING VIDOR'S PICTURIZATION
-- of --
Laurence Stalling's Stirring World Story

THE BIG PARADE

Starring JOHN GILBERT with RENEE ADOREE
A METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER Production

The Cast

JAMES APPERSON JOHN GILBERT

PROGRAM CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE FOLLOWING

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Teller's Shubert Theatre, movie program, October 31, 1926

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TELLER'S SHUBERT THEATRE

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PROGRAM CONTINUED

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PROGRAM CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE FOLLOWING

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Teller's Shubert Theatre, movie program, October 31, 1926

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PROGRAM CONTINUED

The Stage Presentation by Major Edward Bowes

Musical Score Composed and Arranged by David Mendoza and Dr. William Axt

PROGRAM CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE FOLLOWING

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Teller's Shubert Theatre, movie program, October 31, 1926

NEXT WEEK
"THE BIG PARADE"

Premier Excites Interest

The forthcoming engagement of "The Big Parade," King Vidor's picturization of Laurence Stalling's stirring world story, which opens at Teller's Shubert Theatre Sunday night, Oct. 31, is being much discussed, and the opening is awaited with keen interest.

Those who have had the advantage of seeing "The Big Parade" in other cities predict that motion pictures will take another step forward with the showings of this production which contains a great love story and abounds in humanity and humor.

The theme deals with a phase of the World War, but that might theme is handled for the first time not politically nor as melodramatic spectacle, but the itimate drama of the individuals who struggled, fought, loved and suffered.

This method of treating the personal side of epic events was brought to the fore, for the Southern story, by "The Birth of a Nation," and for the Eastern locale it was developed by "Way Down East." In "The Covered Wagon" the fortunes of the Wingate family in their cross-Continent pilgrimage formed the exciting interest. Now in "The Big Parade" Stallings and Vidor have a theme enthralling to all Americans in the story of three doughboy musketeers and a French girl during the American push across the Argonne.

John Gilbert, the star; Karl Dand and Tom O'Brien appear as American buddies, while the farmhouse girl, Melisande, is enacted by Renee Adoree, herself a Frenchwoman. In filming the story Mr. Vidor enjoyed the counsel of Stallings (himself a veteran of the Great Events) but also had the ample resources of the big Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer concern which is presenting this picture.

If you like style and need comfort you'll find BOTH in a modish pair of flexible arch Cantilever Shoes

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Others in phone book

BROOKLYN STORE
516 Fulton Street (Entrance on Hanover Place)
Stores and agencies all over the U.S.

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The New and Beautiful Remodeled
PORT ARTHUR RESTAURANT
Chinese Lunch ..... 35c.          American Lunch ..... 45c
from 11 A.M. to 3 P.M.
American Dinner ..... 65c          Chinese Dinner ..... 55c
from 5 to 9 P.M.
A la Carte at All Hours     MUSIC and DANCING     Afternoon and Evening
1360 BROADWAY AND 1065 GATES AVENUE
Open from 11 A.M. to 3 A.M.

PROGRAM CONTINUED

FIRST BROOKLYN APPEARANCE
TWICE DAILY -- 2.30 AND 8.30 -- INCLUDING SUNDAYS

THE BIG PARADE

King Vidar's (sic) Picturization of Laurence Stalling's Story
JOHN GILBERT the Star with RENEE ADOREE

Have you joined THE BIG PARADE?

All Humanity is a Part of it. The World and His Wife Are There!
TRIUMPHS in New York, Philadalphia (sic), Chicago, Los Angeles
As Never Before in the History of the Theatre. Playhouses Not Big Enough to Hold the Throng
ONE SUCCESS THAT DID OT HAVE TO BE BOOMED

See the Picture -- Hear the Music -- You Will Understand
EXATLY AS NOW BEING PRESENTED AT THE ASTOR THEATRE NEW YORK
A METRO-GOLDEN (sic?) PRODUCTION     TOURING ORCHESTRA OF 20


 Teller's Shubert Theatre, movie program, October 31, 1926

Theater map with exits marked.

"Good thing you've got shock absorbers? Even as it was I thought my spine was going right through my hat."
"I haven't any shock a bsorbers on, it's these new Kelly Flexible Cords."

 

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