Happy Hour Theatre, Lake Placid, New York - November 9, 1925

Lake Placid, New York, Happy Hour Theatre program from November 9, 1925

HAPPY HOUR THEATRE
LAKE PLACID, NEW YORK
Telephone 106-W

PROGRAM
WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1925
Evenings 7:30 and 9:00

MISS OLIVE McDOWELL, Organist

Adults, 25 Cents          Children Under 12, 15 Cents


Lake Placid, New York, Happy Hour Theatre program from November 9, 1925

PROGRAM

Week Beginning Monday November 9, 1925
PHOTOPLAYS Of the Highest Character

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9 --

Doris Kenyon and Lloyd Hughes in "THE HALF WAY GIRL"
The story of an American show girl, stranded in Singapore
who becomes hostess in a cafe inorder to live. The girl loathes and distrusts the proprietor of the cafe. At this time Phil Douglas, a young man who has been broken by war and jilted by a woman, crosses the path of the girl, Poppy. From this point on the picture is crammed full of stirring action, hair raising scenes, pathos and heart interest. Hobart Bosworth, Tully Marshall, Sam Hardy and Sally Cruts are in the supporting cast.

Another chapter of "THE PACEMAKERS."

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10 --

"POLICE Alma Bennett, Reed Howes, Charles Conklin in "THE CYCLONE RIDER," from Lincoln J. Carter's melodrama. Armstrong invents a carburetor that will enable autos to travel at unheard of rate of speed. He is workin on a skyscraper for Steele and falls in love with his daughter Doris. The father prefers Trask. However, he tells Armstrong to raise $5000 in 30 days and he may marry Doris. From this point on the picture runs at high speed and includes some great thrills as the rescue of a man from the ledge of the skyscraper, a 12-foot leap in an auto from the pier to the platform of a ferry boar, a racing car turning turtle to avoid hitting a child, and a very sensational automobile race. Others in the case include Wm. Bailey and Bud Jamison.

PATHE NEWS.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11 --

Monte Blue, Willard Louis, Beverly Bayne in "HER MARRIAGE VOW." Carol turns down wealthy Ted to marry Bob who has nothing but a meagre salary check to offer. All her friends except her grandmother disapprove of her choice. The rejected lover refuses to leave the scene and bobs up at the first sign of a rift in the family affairs Carol and Bob have tow children who clear the clouds but only after some real drama has been enacted. The supporting cast includes Margaret Livingston, John Roche and Priscilla Moran.

A two-part Comedy.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12 --

"THE MANSION OF ACHING HEARTS," with Ethel Clayton, Cullen Landis, Barbara Bedford, Sam DeGrasse. A romance based on the song of the same name. A woman on a small island off the Atlanntic coase, peopled by fisher folk, marries a hard-hearted, narrow-minded and tyrannical banker and soon realizes her mistake in having thrown over the man she loved. Her husband becoes jealous and finally drives her away. Mother and child becomes (sic) separated and the father raises the child as an outcast. The boy grows up to hate his mother. Whe she returns he heads a mob to driver her off the island. How the son and father come to realize their need of the woman and her great influence on their lives thereafter is interestingly depicted.

A two-part Comedy -- "THE GUEST OF HONOR."

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13 --

Bebe Daniels and Harrison Ford in "LOVERS IN QUARINTINE." Pepful jo-romance of a daring young society girl who acts first and thiks afterward. The theme: Harrison Ford plans to elope with Bebe's sister. Miss Daniels gets an idea that he is really in love with her (Bebe) and considers it her duty to prevent the elopement. She goes on board ship herself and it is three days before Ford discovers he has the wrong girl. From this point on the comedy runs at high speed. You sure wil enjoy it. The supporting cast include Alfred Lunt, Eden Grey, Ivan Simpson and Marie Shotwell.

PATHE NEWS.

MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY


Lake Placid, New York, Happy Hour Theatre program from November 9, 1925

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 --

"THE TALKERS" with Anna Q. Nillson, Lewis Stone, Ian Keith, Tully Marshall, Barbara Bedford and Shirley Mason. The central figure in this story is a wife admirably played by Anna Q. Nilsson, who, becomeing bored with home life begins to advocate more freedom for women and to speak rather contemptously of a wife's duty and obligations to husband and home. Of course whe realizes the error of her ways, but not until it not only comes near wrecking her own romannce and providing a much greater tragedy for her husband's sister, an impressionable young girl who tried to put the wife's "talk" into actual practice. Critics claim that this is a very remarkable picture and will hold one intensely interested from start to finish.

An "Our Gang" Comedy -- "MARY QUEEN OF TOTS." This is considered one of the best comedies "our gang" has made.

Matinee, 3 P.M.;  Evening shows, 7:15 and 9 P.M.

COMING
Kenneth Harland and Helene Costello in "The Ranger of the Big Pines."
"Gold Heels" with an all-star cast.
Rin-Tin-Tin in "The Light House by the Sea."
Mae Marsh in "Tides of Passion."
Buster Keaton in "Go West."
Ben Lyon and Mary Astor in "The Pace that Thrills"

FOUNTAIN PENS REPAIRED
Any make of fountain pen repaired in 4 to 7 days
Post Office Pharmacy
Feek Pharmacy

Office Phone 385     Res. Phone 111
M. R. MURPHY
Cadillac
Taxi Service

By Day, Week or Month
Enclosed or Touring Cars

LAKE PLACID, N. Y.
The Beauty Spots of the Adirondcks shown by experiences drivers.


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