Strand Theater, Lambertville, New Jersey - August 17th, 1934

The Strand, Lambertville, New Jersey, Theatre program, August 17th, 1934
STRAND
NEWS WEEKLY

LAMBERTVILLE, N. J.

Vol. III     WEEK BEGINNING AUGUST 17th, 1934     No. 33

SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY, AUGUST 19-20-21

"OF HUMAN BONDAGE" A COMPELLING DRAMA WITH LESLIE HOWARD

LESLIE HOWARD

The strange love which holds a cultured student to a selfish, beautiful, unworthy waitress is etched in this powerful film version of the Somerset Maugham novel of the same name.

Leslie Howard is starred in the role of Philip Carey, and Bette Davis play Mildred, the waitress who holds his soul in human bondage.

Knowing that the girl, to whom has has given his heart and everything that is fine in him, is common, faithless and utterly unworthy. Carey is unable to give her up. Time and again, he takes her back when others have tired of her, and only death is able to break the spell of her powerful and mysterious hold.

Even the love of a woman of his own class fails to free him from the bondage which he knows is shattering his own self respect and dragging him to deeper unhappiness.

FRIDAY and SATURDAY, AUGUST 24-25

TWENTY-YEAR=OLD HAL LE ROY HAS LEAD IN "HAROLD TEEN"

Hailed by motion picture critics as the "laughin'est" riot of love and comedy of the year, Harold Teen, Lillum, Lilacs and allof the famous characters of Carl Ed's world popular comic strip cartoon may be seen in the screen version of "Harold Teen". Supported by innumerable other interesting characters, bevies of pretty girls and spectacular dancers.

Hal Le Roy, famous stage dancing star was brought direct from Broadway, where he was headliner of "Strike Me Pink," to play the part of Harold Teen, and Paul Gerald Smith and Al cohn, who wrote the screen play, have brought the cartoon characters to life in a story that is as funny as it is exciting.

In the film, Harold Teen is a newspaper reporter much in love with Lillums, and the romance unfolds in the infinite funny detail.

HAL LE ROY


BRIEF BIOGRAPHIES --OF-- Stars
VICTOR JORY

Victor Jory was born in Dawson City, Alaska, while his parents were there during the gold rush. They moved to Hollywood, when he was a small boy, however, and he was educated in the Los Angeles schools of California.

He left the University to join a stock company at the Empress Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia. For several years he played in stock in various cities including Salt Lake City, Denver, Cincinnati and Columbus.

Then he came to the New York stage where he had a number of engagements. he then went West where today he enjoys stardom.

VICTOR JORY

RIB TICKLERS
Sugar Cured

"Since my illness -- that handsome young doctor calls on me every week."
"Is he curing you?"
"Yes, of my love for my husband."

"My wife won't speak to me just because I awakened her with some kisses this morning."
"Gracious, what kind of kisses were they?"
"Some loud, resounding kisses I was giving the maid."

FILM STARS in CROSS WORD PUZZLES
Answers in Next Week's Program

SEE HOW MUCH YOU KNOW ABOUT MOVIE STARS AND MOTION PICTURES


The Strand, Lambertville, New Jersey, Theatre program, August 17th, 1934

 
COMING NEXT SUN.,   MON. and TUES.,   AUG. 26-27-28
WILL ROGERS
--in--
"HANDY ANDY"

IT'S COOL INSIDE!!

PROGRAM
Friday and Saturday, August 17-18

'COCKEYED CAVALIERS'
--with--
WHEELER and WOOLSEY

SCHNGSelected Short Subjects

Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 19-20-21

"OF HUMAN BONDAGE"
with BETTE DAVIS and LESLIE HOWARD

Selected Short Subjects

Wednesday and Thursday, August 22-23

"BY CANDLELIGHT"
with ELISSA LANDI and PAUL LUKAS

Selected Short Subjects

Friday and Saturday, August 24-25

"HAROLD TEEN"
with HAL LE ROY and ROCHELLE HUDSON

Selected Short Subjects
SATURDAY MATINEE at 3 P.M.


FIELDS WRITES OWN STORY

It was at one of the Hollywood openings that an old man stepped out of line and touched W. C. Fields on the are. "Don't you remember me, sir?", he asked. "Many, many years ago when you were traveling with a little stock company you saved my theatre for me. Is there anything I can do for you in return, Mr. Fields?"

For a long minute Fields looked at him.

"You have my friend," he said. "You have."

That night Fields wrote out the experiences the old man had recalled and sold it as his next picture.

CHANGES HIS PHONE NUMBER

Eddie Cantor had to change his Beverly Hills phone number 48 hours after the phone was installed. Seems that everyone confused it with the Sante Fe (sic) station, and Eddie got a little tired of getting up at 3 a.m. to tell someone about the next train to Reno.

HOLLYWOOD NEWS

Gloria Stuart has sold a home made two-reel picture for $10,000.

Rosamond Pinchot, niece of the Governor of Pennsylvanie, has been given a three-year contract.

Chester Morris was painfully injured during the making of his latest picture, when a fake plane in which he was suspended tipped and tossed him to the ground with studio lights falling on him.

John Boles once pitched on the University of Texas Baseball team and turned down two major league contracts.

Mary Brian recently christened the world's first sleeper plane.

Jeanette MacDonald is returning to Paris.

Jean Harlow is an honorary Deputy Sheriff in Tuscon, Arizona.

Mary Pickford is again considering appearing in a Broadway play.

Charles Farrell has gone to England to appear in a picture directed by Monty Banks.

That "B" in the middle of Cecil B DeMille's name stands for "Blount."

Victor Jory, who took up boxing as a pastime, became light heavyweight chapion of British Columbia.

GENEVIEVE'S OWN OPINION

Genevieve Tobin, Irene Castle McLaughlin's candidate for the title of "Hollywood's best dressed woman," arriving in new York from a vacation in Europe, was the first star to say a mouthful about the "Clean picture" agitation...  said Genevieve: "I went to England because I'm sick of playing a vamp. I'm not a vamp off the screen, so I managed to have a good rest. If the churches can reform the movies, they're doing something that actors and actresses have been trying to do. No actress wants to play an indecent picture. You may be able to hold out twice against such a picture, but usually, owing to contracts, you find you're in a picture you don't want to play."

FOSTER PRODUCING A PICTURE

Norman Foster is another star who's making a film of his own. Right now he's in Tahiti doing a flicker on perl diving based on a story he wrote himself.


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