Memorial Hall, Paxtonville, Pennsylvania - April 5, 1924
Tues. & Wed. May 13-14 --
The most stupendous, dramatic and spectacular production which the screen has ever seen. 12 reels, five thousand scenes, eighteen thousand characters, three thousand horses, and the story based on the novel, "The Clansman" by Thomas Dixon, the most heart-touching and appealing ever filmed.
Pub. by Star Program Co. 201-203 W. 49th St. N.Y.
Program for Seven Weeks -- Ending May 17, 1924
Saturday, April 5 --
Saturday, April 12 --
The most thrilling, sensational picture of the year, in which a forest
fire plays an important part. How a courageous girl saved the day
through her bravery.
Saturday, April 19 --
"You're a common prize-fighter -- I hate you. I'll never marry you." On
the night of his greatest victory, she denounced him. "I may be a
prize-fighter, but I'm just as square and fine as any of your society
lovers. You said you loved me, and you are going to marry me!" She was a
high-minded society girl who knew no other phase of life. It's the story
of the finest romance you've ever seen.
Saturday, April 26 -- First National presents
Saturday, May 3 --
If love inspired love -- if the Princess Flavia could have loved the
real King -- or Black Michael; or he, the gorgeous Antoinette de Mauban.
But love does not inspire love, as is shown in the incomparable screen
Saturday, May 10 --
Saturday, May 17 --
Can you imagine anything more poignant? A boy comes back to take his
dead buddy's place in a blind mother's heart; a boy who has known to
finer surroundings than a Hoboken Poolroom, thrown suddenly into the
luxury of a wealthy home where he must live a lie.
Program Subject to Change at Discretion of Management
Paxtonville Memorial Hall was not a movie theater, but a multi-use building that showed films every Saturday night. Notice that nine years after it release, Griffith's classic but racist Birth of a Nation (1915) is screening for two week-nights at higher prices. -- Bruce
Photos from THE BIRTH OF A NATION (1915)
Photo from THE PRISONER OF ZENDA (1922)
More Information on the Memorial Hall...
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Last Modified September 4, 2018