Liverpool Theatre, Liverpool, New York - September 6, 1927

Liverpool, New York Theater program
LIVERPOOL THEATRE
1st and Vine Streets, Liverpool, N.Y.

LON CHANEY in "MR. WU"
Fri. and Sat. Sept. 16th, 17th

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LILLIAN GISH in "THE SCARLET LETTER"
LON CHANEY in "THE UNKNOWN"
SYD CHAPLIN in "OH! WHAT A NURSE"
MONTE BLUE in "WOLF'S CLOTHING"
MARY PICKFORD in "SPARROWS"
MARION DAVIES in "TILLIE THE TOILER"
ROD LA ROCQUE and DOLORES DEL RIO in RESSURRECTION
JOHN BARRYMORE in "THE SEA BEAST"

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Liverpool, New York Theater program, September 6, 1927

LIVERPOOL THEATRE
1st and Vine Streets, Liverpool, N.Y.
Reduced Summer Rates -- Adults 20c, Children 15c
Our Play Nights; Tues., Wed. Fri. Sat and Sun.

Photoplays of Distinction -- Program Subject to Change at the Discretion of the Management

TUES. and WED., SEPTEMBER 6th and 7th --

CHARLES RAY in "A TAILOR MADE MAN"

By. H. J. Smith, as produced by Cohan and Harris in the United States of America. Positively the best Ray picture ever produced. Clothes plus ambition make the man -- and Ray proves it in his latest and greatest sensation. Fits him, will please you.

Buster Brown Comedy     Life Cartoon

FRI. and SAT., SEPTEMBER 9th and 10th

Dorothy Phillips and Vera Reynolds in "WITHOUT MERCY"

Out of the dim recesses of the terrible past -- the man -- the whip -- the bitter agony of suffering at his hands.
Now -- today -- the same revolting scene but in her place -- her own daughter!

Hamilton Comedy     And News

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th --

JEAN HERSHOLT in "THE OLD SOAK"

Sparkling -- genuine -- rich -- and glowing. Soothing humor with the pungent touch of near-tragedy to lent it spice. With the ever-alluring flavor of back-stage life. It wil warm the cockles of your heart.

Snookums Comedy     Felix Cartoon

TUES. AND WED., SEPTEMBER 13th and 14th --

Jack Pickford and Norma Shearer in "WAKING UP THE TOWN"

A vivid picture of the struggle for opportunity and the wistfulness of every ambitious boy vividly dramatized -- picturing the humors of misfortune, the tragedies of luck and the mysteries of love.

Christie Comedy     Hodge Podge

FRI. and SAT., SEPTEMBER 16th and 17th --

LON CHANEY in "MR. WU"

The famout Chinese love drama by H. H. Owen and Harold Vernon starring Lon chaney in his most successful characterization.

Excuse Maker Comedy     And News


Photo from Waking Up the Town (1925)

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