Paramount Theatre, New York City, New York - October 15, 1928

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PARAMOUNT BUILDING
Broadway at 44th Street (second floor)

Open till 10:30 P.M.

THE CHEMICAL NATIONAL BANK OF NEW YORK
103 Years Old

FIRE 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.

Program
Week beginning Saturday, October 15th, 1927

- 1 -
OVERTURE . . . . . "Indian Etchings"
Played by the Paramount Orchestra
IRVIN TALBOT, Musical Director
JOSEF KOESTNER, Associate Director

Indian Maids Antoinette Lafarge
  Elsie Reign
A Warrior Harry Losee
A Chieftain Amund Sjovik

Staged by PAUL OSCARD

- 2 -
PARAMOUNT NEWS
Local, National and World News Events in Pictures

- 3 -
The Paramount Theatre presents
The Jesse Crawford Organ Concert
with Mrs Crawford at the stage console

- 4 -
"FOOT BALL SENSE"
A Grantland Rice Foot Ball Novelty
Directed by "Chick" Meehan, New York University Coach

- 5 -
Publix Theatres presents
"DANCING BRIDES"
Devised and staged by JOHN MURRAY ANDERSON

(1)
"THE WALTZ BRIDE"
The Bridesmaids
Jane Horton   Gladys Tracy   Constance Deschance   Ann Herman   dorothy Belmont   Louise Mayfair
The "Waltz" Bride ..... JOSIE WALTON
The "Waltz" Bridegroom ..... JULES WALTON

(2)
THE "SAXO-PHONY" BRIDE
played by the PARAMOUNT STAGE ORCHESTRA
BEN BLACK conducting
The Parson .... CLAY STEARNS

(3)
"ISLE D'AMOUR"
Sung by CHARLOTTE WOODRUFF

(Program Continued on Following Page)

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Paramount Theatre program

(Program Continued)

(4)
THE "BALLET" BRIDE
The "Ballet" Bride ..... EDITH BARSTOW
The "Ballet" Bridegroom ..... DICK BARSTOW

(5)
"THE STORM"
played by the Paramount Stage Orchestra

(6)
MILO?

(7)
THE "JAZZ" BRIDE
The "Jazz" Bridesmaids     The Twelve Lenora Dancers
The "Jazz" Bride ..... JOSIE WALTON
The "Jazz" Bridegroom ..... JULES WALTON

(8)
"TOGETHER WE TWO"
(Irving Berlin's Newest Song)
Sung by CHARLOTTE WOODRUFF

FINALE
THE WEDDING CAKE
The Entire Company

Dances arranged by LENORA and M. SENIA GLUCK
Settings and Costumes designed by HERMAN ROSSE
Costumes executed by BROOKS

General Music Director, NATHANIEL FINSTON

- 6 -
Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky present
CHESTER CONKLIN
and
GEORGE BANCROFT
in
"TELL IT TO SWEENEY"
A Gregory La Cava Production
Story by Percy Heath and Monte Brice
Screen play by Percy Heath and Kerry Clarke
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE

The Cast:

Luke Beamish Chester Conklin
Cannonball Casey George Bancroft
Jack Sweeney Jack Luden
Doris Beamish Doris Hill
Supt. Dugan Franklin Bond
Old Man Sweeney William H. Tooker

Feature Shown Approximately at
11:35, 2:00, 4:05, 5:45, 8:15, 10:20, 11:45

Knabe Pianos used exclusively in this theatre

DAILY MIDNIGHT SHOWING
The Paramount now offers to its patrons a daily midnight showing of the feature picture. The box office closes at 11:40 p.m. The feature starts at 11:45 p.m. each night.

NEXT WEEK!
Beginning SATURDAY, October 22nd, 1927

An Entirely New and Uproariously Funny Film of Two Aerican Doughboys and an Arabian Sheba

"Two Arabian Knights"

Louis Wolheim and William Boyd as the Doughboy Knights
Mary Astor as the Arabian Sheba

A UNITED ARTISTS PICTURE

The War's Left Out, the Laughs Left In and the Thrills Piled On! The Biggest Comedy Spectable Ever!

ON THE STAGE
"FLORIDA"

Jack Partington's conception of the Land of Sunshine
featuring
Florida's Twelve Most Beautiful Girls
with
Chester Fredericks, Jones & Elliott, Eva Clark, Markell & Faun, Billie Gerber
and
The Paramount Stage Orchestra
BEN BLACK Conducting

The Paramount's Telephone Number is Chickering 7059


Paramount Theatre program

Paramount Theatre
Doors Open Week Days at 10:45 A.M.

WEEKDAYS
40 cents till 1 o'clock
65 cents, 1 till 6
75 cents, 6 till closing

SATURDAYS
40 cents till 1 o'clock
99 cents, 1 till closing

SUNDAYS and HOLIDAYS
99 cents all day

Daily Morning Organ Concert
Sigmund Krumgold At the World's Finest Organ
11 to 11:30 A.M.

Admission 40c to 1:00 P.M.

ORCHESTRA FLOOR
BALCONY FLOOR
ENTRESOL FLOOR
GRAND LOBBY


Paramount Theatre program

ENTERTAINMENT FOR YOU!
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PARAMOUNT Times Square
Doors Open at 10:45 A.M.

Next Week !!
"TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS" with Louis Wolheim, William Boyd, Mary Astor
A UNITED ARTISTS PICTURE

- ON THE STAGE -
Jack Partington Revue, "FLORIDA," with BEN BLACK and the Stage Orchestra and Florida's Twelve Most Beautiful Girls

RIALTO 7th Ave. at 42nd St
Doors Open at 9:45 A.M.

NOW PLAYING
"JESSE JAMES"
The Authentic Record of One of the Most Amazing Characters of American History
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE

 RIVOLI B'way at 49th St
United Artists Theatre

NOW PLAYING
Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton
in
"FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD"
A PARAMOUNT PICTURE

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Photos from FIREMAN SAVE MY CHILD (1927)

Photos and a herald from the Paramount Theatre for TWO ARABIAN KNIGHTS (1927)

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