Boulevard Theatre, Los Angeles, California - January 9, 1927
ON THE STAGE
Fanchon & Marco's Funniest "IDEA"
"FOLLIES OF 1900"
CALIFORNIA'S GREATEST ENTERTAINMENT
VOL. II WEEK OF JANUARY 9,
1927 No. 65
COMFORT - COURTESY - CONVIENCE - IT'S YOUR THEATRE.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, January 9-10-11
A STORY OF THE NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE -- THE MOST THRILLING ROMANCE EVER FILMED!
"FLAMING FOREST" TELLS STORY OF CANADIAN POLICE
Canada, when the Northwest Mounted Police first came, is the scene of James Oliver Curwood's greatest story, "The Flaming Forest," starring Antonio Moreno and Renee Adoree. Fights, romance, duty, a sensational forest fire, the trials, humors, and adventures of Canadian pioneering days -- all whirling about a winsome slip of a girl who'll win your heart. It is an immortal story of the establishing of the law and order in a territory where three hundred brave men dared death daily and always "got their man".
On the stage will be Fanchon and Marco's funniest "Idea," called "Follies of 1900" featuring Florence Lewis and Adele kellogg with Monty and Carmo, Eleanor Bingham, Eileen Flory, mary Jane and Doores Lopez, Frank O'Farrell, and the famous Sunkist Beauties. What a contrast! The Follies of 1900 -- the Lillian Russels -- the Anna Helds -- the One Lung Flivvers -- Burlesque Shows -- whatamused the tired business man in 1900. And then! The Follies of 1927 -- the Black Bottom -- bizarre costumes -- Night Clubs -- "the Alabama Stomp." It's something new in presentations, DON'T MISS IT!
GENE MORGAN and the Boulevard Orchestra
THE ULTIMATE IN STAGE AND SCREEN ENTERTAINMENT!
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Jan 12-13-14-15
A WHOOP 'EM UP -- SOAKED IN THE SEA -- BUCCANEERING YARD WITH VIVID ROMANCE ALWAYS PRESENT!
FAIRBANKS OUTDOES SELF AS PIRATE
Pieces of eight! Pirates! Buried Treasure! Yo Ho! "The Black Pirate" is a tale to carry you back over the years! Doug was never so fine. A glorious figure sweeping through this true pirate story wreaking his vengeance on the boisterous buccaneers of the seven seas. There's villiany, buckets of it! And a love story as beautiful as the girl herself. This picture is a thrilling epic of the golden days of pirating near the end of the eighteenth century, and depicts vividly and colorfully the hectic life of the dare-devil roamers of the Spanish Main during that era. From start to finish it is filled with the unique athletic feats that place Fairbanks in a class by himself.
The cast supporting Doug is a notable one. The leading lady is the beautiful Billie Dove. Hundreds of blood-thirsty villians appear during the action.
A novel feature of this latest Fairbanks effort is that it is filmed entirely in Technicolor, that wonderful new process that makes the scenes look like a succession of marvelous oil paintings.
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Our Phone Number is BEacon 7966.
Tuesday and Thursday MATINEE
Chick Shubert our tall, handsome, banjo player hasn't been feeling so well lately. Last week he want to see a doctor. The M.D. looked at Chick and said "My boy, you'll have to take less strenuous exercises and get more sleep." "That's my idea, exactly," said Chick. "Would you mind coming out to the house and telling that to the baby?"
Oh Boy, Oh Joy! Those famous Hollywood Beauties are coming to the Boulevard soon. What a line-up of pulchitrude! Looks like we'll have to put dark glasses on the boys. Fanchon & Marco are certainly great "pickers!" They know beauty and how!
Next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, we're going to have "Bell & Coates" back with us, Remember them? Well they're the two boys with the little piano that sing allthose cute little songs. They have written a new number called "Give Me Today and You Can Have Tomorrow" and are going to introduce it here. Another favorite is booked here Sunday, no other than "Sunburnt Jim" that "hot" darkey that sings and dances in his own original way. Looks like next sunday's stage attractions are going to be exceptionally good.
And the picture too! James Oliver Curwood's thrilling story of the Canadian Northwest, "The Flaming Forest" with Renee Adoree and Antonio Moreno. I saw this picture at Loew's State and you can believe me when I tell you it's great!
Well, "Here's where I go to Paris" cried the mouse as it climbed up my leg toward the garter!
for Fanchon & Marco's FAMOUS "Hollywood Beauties"
ALWAYS -- THE GREATEST SHOW IN TOWN -- ALWAYS
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