Pals First (1918)

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The Screen's Idol
HAROLD LOCKWOOD
in THE BIG BROADWAY SUCCESS

PALS FIRST

"FORGIVE ME"

Something about "PALS FIRST"

"EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE," the brilliant young star, Harold Lockwood, has a splendid vehicle in "Pals First," which has won the admiration of hosts of people, first as a book and then as a play on the dramatic stage. Mr. Lockwood introduces it to the thrid great medium, the screen, so that millions may enjoy its mystery, charm and action. The star has the part of Danny Rowland, a tramp, afterwards known as Dick Castelman, a wealthy young man. His "pal," Dominie, shares good and bad days alike with him, and the two have a strange series of adventures. Love, and fortune, are showered upon "Dick," to Dominie's great mystification, and the threads of the story become more and more entangled. The finish of the play contains a real surprise, as well as complete satisfaction for everyone. "Pals First" will prove a real delight.

THE ROYAL
Sandwich, Illinois
Tuesday Apr 15

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Screen Classics Inc. presents Everybody's Favorite
HAROLD LOCKWOOD in
PALS FIRST

A SIX-ACT SPECIAL PRODUCTION OF LOVE AND LOYALTY
Adapted from Lee Wilson Dodd's Dramatization of Francis Perry Elliott's Popular Novel published by Messrs. Harper & Bros.

Directed by Edwin Carewe

Metro Pictures
Produced by Yorke Film Corporation
Distruibuted by Metro Pictures Corporation

"I NEVER WAS MORE SERIOUS IN MY LIFE"
"SIR, ALL PRESENT AND ACCOUNTED FOR"
"YOU'RE NO PAL OF MINE"
"CAN I HOPE FOR THAT?"


with Harold Lockwood and Rubye De Remer.  Directed by Edwin Carewe.  Yorke/Metro.

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Public Domain Mark
This work (Pal's First (1919), by Yorke / Metro), identified by Bruce Calvert, is free of known copyright restrictions.

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