Keystone Theatre, New York City, New York - May 2, 1925

Keystone Theatre program
KEYSTONE THEATRE

Broadway Between 99th and 100th Streets

TELEPHONE 8228 RIVERSIDE


Keystone Theatre program

Published by Bloch Adv. Service, Inc.

 
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, MAY 2, 3, 4
ANITA STEWART
in
"NEVER THE TWAIN SHALL MEET"
Metro-Goldwyn Pictures

CAST

TAMEA

ANITA STEWART

Dan Pritchard

Bert Lytell

Mark Mellenger

Huntly Gordon

Maisie

Justine Johnstone

James Muggridge

George Siegmann

Gaston Larrieau

Lionel Barrymore

Butler

William Norris

Mrs. Pippy

Emily Fitzroy

Miss Smith

Princess Marie de Bourbon

Julia

Florence Turner

Captain Hackett

Ernest Butterworth

Doctor

Ben Deeley

Assistant Doctor

Roy Coulson

A man and maid who gambled their all for love. A romance of untamed devotion, tense with adventure and sacrifice, rich with the shimmering beauty of the exotic South Seas.

THOMAS MEIGHAN with LILA LEE
in
"OLD HOME WEEK"
A Paramount Picture

CAST

TOM CLARK

THOMAS MEIGHAN

Ethel Harmon

Lila Lee

J. Edward Brice

Larry Wheat

Marshall Coleman

Charles Dow Clark

Townsend Barton

Max Figman

Uncle Henry

Charles Sellon

Mary Clark

Telma Tiden

Judge Harmon

Sidney Paxton

Jim Ferguson

Joseph Smiley

Frikkle

Jack Terry

Otey Jinks

Leslie Hunt

Mrs. Clark

Isabel West

Congressman Brady

Clayton Frye

In brief, the story deals with the experiences of a small town boy, who returns home after having "made good" in New York. At least the townspeople take it for granted that he has been successful inasmuch as his business cards read "President of the Amalgamated Oil Co." The citizens hail his arrival with the keenest delight because the town is at that very moment in the midst of an oil boom.

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Keystone Theatre program

KEYSTONE THEATRE

WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 6

"THE SHADOW ON THE WALL"
with
EILEEN PERCY and CREIGHTON HALE

CAST

LUCIA WARRING

EILEEN PERCY

GEORGE WALTERS

CREIGHTON HALE

Robert Glaxton

William V. Mong

"The Missus"

Dale Fuller

"Bleary"

Jack Curtis

Hode

Hardy Kirkland

George Warring

Willis Marks

"The Shadow on the Wall" deals with a young man who is forced into being a crook, although his natural tendencies are honest. It is this strange twist of Fate, however, that makes him the central figure in a fight for a fortune. Throughout the entire plot there is present the ever-mysterious "shadow." Strangely enough, it is by a shadow that the hero wins a fortune and a wife.

ADOLPH ZUKOR AND JESSE L. LASKY PRESENT

"THE NIGHT CLUB"
with
RAYMOND GRIFFITH
VERA REYNOLDS, WALLACE BEERY, LOUISE FAZENDA
Adapted by Walker Woods from William De Mille's Play, "After Five"
Directed by Frank Urson and Paul Iribe
Screen Play by Keene Thompson

CAST

ROBERT WHITE

RAYMOND GRIFFITH

Edith Henderson

Vera Reynolds

Diablo

Wallace Beery

Carmen

Louise Fazenda

The story deals with a young fellow who inherits a million dollars from his uncle but has to marry a certain girl to collect. He has just gone through the unpleasant experience of having "The only girl in the world" walk out of the church on him for another fellow, and his feelings toward women in general are not what they might be, so he passes up the legacy, but when he sees the girl in the case, it's a different story entirely.


Keystone Theater Program

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ADOLPH ZUKOR AND JESSE L. LASKY PRESENT
BETTY COMPSON
in
"NEW LIVES FOR OLD"
with Wallace MacDonald, Theodore Kosloff and Sheldon Lewis

OLYMPE

BETTY COMPSON

Hugh Warren

Wallace MacDonald

De Montrichard

Theodore Kosloff

Pugin

Sheldon Lewis

Jean Bertaut

Jack Joyce

Widow Turrene

Margaret Seddon

Senator Warren

Joseph Dowling

Mrs. Warren

Helen Dunbar

Berthe

Gale Henry

Nancy

Marvel Quivey

Cafe Manager

Ed. Faust

Adaptation by Adelaide Heilbron     Directed by Clarence Badger
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE

A tense, swift-moving drama of wartime in which the girl, a celebrated Parisian dancer, is caught in the meshes of the French secret service and forced to sacrifice everything -- apparently ever her great love for an American army captain -- for her country.
It is a succession of thrills, linked together into one of the most remarkable plays of recent years.

"THE TOWER OF LIES"
with
LON CHANEY and NORMA SHEARER

A METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PICTURE

JAN

LON CHANEY

GOLDY

NORMA SHEARER

AUGUST

William Haines

Katrina

Claire McDowell

Lars

Ian Keith

Eric

David Torrence

Helma

Anne Schaefer

Curate

Edward Connelly

Paddler

Leo White

Based on Selma Lagerlof's Novel

Two men -- one loved her, one looked on her with the eyes of desire. Ignorant of the world, she listened to the call of wealth, pleasure, gayety.
While at home waited a father who lived in a tower of gorgeous lies, and the boy who could offer her only love and peace.

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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.


Photos from The Night Club (1925)

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