Street Angel at the Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles, California, April and May, 1928

Carthay Circle Theater premier program for STREET ANGEL (1928) with Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell

Introducing
JANEY GAYNOR ~ CHARLES FARRELL
in
"STREET ANGEL"

William Fox presents America's Beloved Sweethearts in the Screen's Greatest Love Story
Directed by FRANK BORZAGE

Carthay CIRCLE Theatre
WORLD PREMIER TUES * APRIL 10th

Carthay Circle Theater World Premier program for STREET ANGEL (1928) with Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell

WORLD PREMIER
"STREET ANGEL"
Another Great Carthay Circle Screen Triumph Directed by Frank Borzage

with
JANET GAYNOR and CHARLES FARRELL
in the Greatest Roles of their Meteoric Careers

PROGRAM

EDMUND LOWE, Master of Ceremonies Tonight
FOX MOVIETONE NEWS * * * See and Hear World Events
ROBERT BENCHLEY in "The Treasurer's Report"
CARLI ELINOR'S CONCERT ORCHESTRA, Carli Elinor, Director
Offers "MEDITERRANEAN BREEZES" an Atmospheric Prelude to "STREET ANGEL"
Asymphonic arrangement by Mr. Elinor, calling to the listeners' attention a few Neapolitan moods.

Played in the order enumerated, you will hear:
BARIBALDI'S HYMN   NEAPOLITAN NIGHTS (Zamecnik)   MARGARITA   PAGLIACCI   THE CARNIVAL OF VENICE   O SOLE MIO   TARENTELLA   FINALE: NEAPOLITAN NIGHTS

WILLIAM FOX PRESENTS "STREET ANGEL" with the Most Amazind Scientific Discovery of the Age -- MOVIETONE
RAQUEL MELLER, singing, "flor Del Mal", a lament of a girl of the street.

THE CAST
ANGELINA JANET GAYNOR 
GUINO CHARLES FARRELL
Massetto Henry Armetta
Beppo Louis Liggett
Young Carabinci Alberto Rabagaliati
Rio Guido Trento
Andrea Helene Herman
Nina Natalie Kingston
Bimbo Milton Dickenson
Landlady Jennie Bruno
Strongman David Kashner

Story by MONCKTON HOFFE
Adapted by PHILLIP KLEIN
Scenario by MARION ORTH
DIRECTED BY FRANK BORZAGE
Settings Designed by Harry Oliver
Cameraman, Ernest Palmer
STANLEY BENTLEY, at the Wurlitzer

DOWN, down, stumbling through cold, wet mists down to the reeking docks where women are without virtue and humanity splashes into the world beyond! -- HERE is where he found his Street Angel; never to lose her again.

REJOICE with them! Laugh with them! Your heart will race, your pulse will leap. Aye! your very soul will sing when you witness this memorable masterpiece of the screen.

- DON SHEERAN

Carthay Circle Theater program for STREET ANGEL

Carthey Circle Theatre
Showplace of the Golden West

In All California There's No Theatre Like This!

It's easy to see the world's finest theatrical attractions

NO MATTER WHERE YOU LIVE, IT'S CONVENIENT TO CARTHAY CIRCLE THEATER

10 minutes from Hollywood
10 minutes from Ambassabor Hotel
5 minutes from Beverly Hills
8 minutes from Culver City
10 minutes from pico and Vermont
25 minutes from 7th and Broadway.
20 minutes from Santa Monica.

Visit the Art Galleries; Stroll in the Beautiful Park. Enjoy the Royal Luxury of this Wonderful Showplace.
EIGHT CITY BLOCKS OF FREE PAVED PARKING SPACE


Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles, California, advertising postcard for STREET ANGEL (1928) with Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell

ATTEND THE 5:15!

The Family show -- Special Extra Performances Every Sunday -- Matinee Prices -- The Show That Gets You Home For Children's Bedtime.  -- ATTEND THE 5:15

3 Shows Every Sunday -- 2:15, 5:15, 8:15
COME TODAY!

Audiences Just LOVE It!
The Hit of the Year!
Never Such Enthusiasm!
Never Such Praise!

Week Days   Twice Daily   2:15 - 8:30

SEE AMERICA'S BELOVED SWEETHEARTS
in
STREET ANGEL

WILLIAM FOX     FRANK BORZAGE PRODUCTION
FEATURING

JANET GAYNOR
CHARLES FARRELL
with
Elinor's Concert Orchestra
and on the Movietone RAQUEL MELLER
also "The Treasurer's Report" and Fox Movietone news

CARTHAY CIRCLE THEATRE

Prices Mat. 50c 75c $1
Eves. 75c $1 $1.50

Carthay Circle Theatre, Los Angeles, California, advertising postcard

This advertising postcard is postmarked: LOS ANGELES CALIF. ARCADE STA.
MAY 4     10:30 PM    1928
LET'S GO! CITIZENS' MILITARY TRAINING CAMP

Mrs. Jewel Smith
1437 N. Occidental
Los Angeles, Calif.

This postcard is stamped: RETURNED TO WRITER UNCLAIMED FROM LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 1928


with Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell and Henry Armetta. Directed by Frank Borzage. Fox.

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