Keystone Theatre, New York City, New York - July 18, 1926

Keystone Theatre program
KEYSTONE THEATRE

Broadway Between 99th and 100th Streets

TELEPHONE 8228 RIVERSIDE


Keystone Theatre program

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KEYSTONE THEATRE
Broadway and 100th Street
Telephone Riverside 8228

LESSEE AND MANAGER, IDA W. McDONOUGH
B. Dimitman, House Manager

Continuous Performance Daily from 1:30 to 11 P.M.

SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 19, 20, 1926
"THE AMERICAN VENUS"
with
ESTHER RALSTON and FORD STERLING
A Frank Tuttle Production
A Paramount Picture

THE CAST

MARY GRAY

ESTHER RALSTON

Chip Armstrong

Lawrence Gray

HUGO NILES

FORD STERLING

Miss Alabama

Fay Lanphier ("Miss America")

Miss Bayport

Louise Brooks

Mrs. Niles

Edna May Oliver

Horace Niles

Kenneth MacKenna

John Gray

William B. Mack

Sam Lorber

George De Carlton

Artist

W. T. Benda

King Neptune

Ernest Torrence

Neptune's Son, Triton

Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.

The eye has never looked upon such a galaxy of gorgeous girls and gowns. Beauty, fashion, romance and your fill of gasps and thrills.

AN E.H. GRIFFITH PRODUCTION
ALICE JOYCE
in
"HEADLINES"

THE CAST

PHYLLIS DALE

ALICE JOYCE

"Bobby" Dale

Virginia Lee Corbin

Lawrence Emmett

Malcolm McGregor

Donald Austen

Harry T. Morey

Stella Austen

Ruby Blaine

Roger Hillman

Elliott Nugent

THE ACCUSING FINGERS POINTED TO HER!

She saw herself enmeshed in a mad whirl of headlines -- cold and black and unsympathetic, her suitor's love swept away, her daughter for whom she made the great sacrifice rushing again into the flaming danger zones -- honor -- love -- ambition ground into the pulp of the thundering presses.

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Keystone Theatre program

KEYSTONE THEATRE

WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 22

ADOLPH ZUKOR AND JESSE L. LASKY PRESENT
"ARE PARENTS PEOPLE?"
with
ADOLPHE MENJOU
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE

THE CAST

LITA HAZLITT

BETTY BRONSON

Mrs. Hazlitt

Florence Vidor

MR. HAZLITT

ADOLPHE MENJOU

Maurice Mansfield

Andre de Beranger

Dr. Dacer

Lawrence Gray

Aurelia Wilton

Mary Beth Milford

Margaret

Emily Fitzroy

Freebody (butler)

William Courtwright

Are parents people? Are marriages messes? Are screen stars sirens? are doctors dunces? Come and see -- and LAUGH!

KENNETH McDONALD
in
"THE DANGER ZONE"

Directed by Robert North Bradbury     Story by Charles L. Gaskill
A "BUD" BARSKY PRODUCTION

THE CAST

REGGIE COLLINS

KENNETH McDONALD

Diana Horton

Francis Dair

Jimmy Ruff

Hal Waters

Paul Taylor

Bruce Gordon

Colonel Horton

Charles Gaskill

Meeks

Jay Morley

Rufe Snow

Max Asher

A picture that begins with a mystery, travels a thrill a minute and ends with a happy surprise -- that's "The Danger Zone." The lights of Broadway and the shadows of Chinatown, blended into one long thrill.

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FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 24

BETTY COMPSON
in
"COUNSEL FOR THE DEFENSE"
with HOUSE PETERS and JAY HUNT

THE CAST

Doc West

Jay Hunt

KATHERINE WEST

BETTY COMPSON

Arnold Bruce

House Peters

Harrison Blake

Rockliffe Fellowes

Harvey Sherman

Emmet King

Stephen Marey

Bernard Randall

Hosea Hollingsworth

George MacDonald

Thomas Burke

William Conklin

Printer's Devil

Joan Standing

Here's a thrilling tale of a modern woman, who who feared neither man nor the devil. She pitted a stout heart, her new lawyer's diploma and her wits against a band of thieves -- all to save her kindly old dad from prison.

ADOLPH ZUKOR AND JESSE L. LASKY PRESENT

RICHARD DIX
in
"TOO MANY KISSES"

THE CAST

RICHARD GAYLORD, JR.

RICHARD DIX

Yvonne Hurja

Frances Howard

Julio

William Powell

Gaylord, Sr.

Frank Currier

Mr. Simmons

Joe Burke

Manuel Hurja

Albert Tavernier

Miguel

Arthur Ludwig

Flapper

Alyce Mills

Pedro

Paul Panzer

The Village Peter Pan

"Harpo" Marx

He swore he would never kiss another girl. Then along came the most kissable girl ever -- and smack! went the kiss that started the fun. A jolly, lively love comedy; 100 per cent. entertaining.

Pathe News and Aesop's Fables

Matinees Daily  20c
Matinees Saturday, Sunday and Holidays  25c
Evenings  35c
Children 20c

(PROGRAM SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE)

Look around NOW and choose the nearest Exit to your seat. In case of fire walk (not run) to THAT Exit. Do not try to beat your neighbor to the street.
Fire Commissioner, THOMAS J. DRENNAN

NOTE: The original owner of this program apparently checked off the films that they had seen.


Photo from Are Parent People? (1925)

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