Ella Cinders (1926)

Advertising Herald for Colleen Moore in ELLA CINDERS (1926)

Colleen Moore

OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY, SEPT-16-,TH (1926)
10 & 30, CTS

Advertising Herald for Colleen Moore and Lloyd Hughes in ELLA CINDERS (1926)

"Oh girls I wish you could see our studio -- it's the nicest little thing -- fll of Klieg eyes -- and only today I heard our director say some of the cutest things to the cameraman -- and now we are waiting for a new cameraman. say, making movies is more fun!"

"This is too much ----- I expected more!"

Comic strip advertising herald for Colleen Moore in ELLA CINDERS (1926)

John McCormick presents 

COLLEEN MOORE

in "ELLA CINDERS"

CINDERELLA IN THE MOVIES
with LLOYD HUGHES

FROM THE CELEBRATED COMEDY STRIP BY WILLIAM CONSELMAN AND CHARLES PLUMB

AN ALFRED E. GREEN PRODUCTION

A First National Picture

Comic strip advertising herald for Colleen Moore in ELLA CINDERS (1926)

"HURRAY FOR ELLA"

"HAVEN'T YOU GOT ANYTHING BETTER THAN A "ROLLS"?

Hollywood --- here she comes! Little Ella Cinders, kitchen slavey, who dreamed of being a movie queen -- studied acting from a book and won a part by mistake -- wanted love scenes with all the handsome leading men -- and with Hollywood so full of nice men, she fill in love with an ice man-- It's Colleen's best ever!


Harry Allen and Colleen Moore in ELLA CINDERS (1926)

57-15 Harry Allen (the photographer) and Colleen Moore

Arcade card with Colleen Moore and Lloyd Hughes in ELLA CINDERS (1926)

Colleen Moore and Lloyd Hughes in "ELLA CINDERS"
A First National Prod.

MADE IN USA
EX. SUP. CO., Chicago (Exhibitor's Supply Company)


with Colleen Moore, Lloyd Hughes and Harry Langdon. Directed by Alfred E. Green. First National.

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The Opera House Theater at CinemaTreasures.com

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Books

Colleen Moore: A Biography of the Silent Film Star by Jeff Codori.


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