Regent Theatre, Geneva, New York - March 13, 1922

Geneva, New York, Regent Theatre program for March 13, 1922

REGENT THEATRE
Program For Week of March 13

ANITA STEWART in 'SOWING THE WIND"
Monday and Tuesday, March 13 and 14


Geneva, New York, Regent Theatre program for March 13, 1922

 REGENT THEATRE
GENEVA, N. Y.
GENEVA'S DISTINCTIVE AMUSEMENT CENTER
C. C. YOUNG, Manager
Telephone: 2474


REGENT CONCERT ORCHESTRA
At All Performances
Director L. E. Doeblin First Violin
H. Raymond Nash, Piano.          F. W. Sutton, Clarinet.
Wm. (William) Ashworth, Cornet          H. H. Henderson, Bass Viol.
Charles H. Gibson, Drums, Tympan (sic) and Xylophone Soloist
Continuous Performances
From 2:00 to 5:30 -- From 7:00 to 10:30

Regent Admission Prices
Matinee
Orchestra: Children 10c. No Tax -- Adults 20c. Plus Tax
Loge Chairs 20c. Plus Tax

Evening
Orchestra: Children 10c. No Tax -- Adults 20c. Plus Tax
Loge Chairs 25c. Plus Tax.

PROGRAM

Monday and Tuesday, March 13 and 14 --
First National presents
ANITA STEWART
in a riot of revelry
"SOWING THE WIND"

"To Baby Brabant, The Devil We Know!"
Often Rosamond had heard that toast in a gambling dive; pitied the beautiful woman who accepted it as an honor; yet did not know who Baby Brabant really was.

Harold Lloyd Comedy, "All Aboard"
Pathe Review in Color          Latest Pathe News

Regent Concert Orchestra

Unfortunately, the last two pages of this program are missing. -- Bruce


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