Stanley Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - March 7, 1927

Stanley Theatre program, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

The Stanley
 THEATRE
PROGRAMME

Beginning March 7, 1927

1. -- ORGAN SELECTIONS: -- (11.05)
Selection From "THE LADY IN ERMINE" (Herbert)
Wm. (William) Klaiss -- Irving Cahan at the Console

2.--ULTRA DISTINCTIVE ATTRACTION:--(1.09, 3:19, 7:09, 9.19)
STANLEY GIMBEL FASHION REVIEW
MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN EVER WITH

30 MOST GLORIOUS FASHION MODELS
STAGED AND ARRANGED BY STANLEY STAFF
MUSICAL PRELUDE
STANLEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
GRAHAM HARRIS, Conductor
JOHN McCONNELL, Associate Conductor

Scene 1 (a) -- The soft and silken hour of the negligee -- of tea and confidences.
(b) -- Paris' prevailing rage -- the influence of black and white.
Interlude -- JACK NORTH, Unique Banjoist.
Scene 2 -- Sports-wear finds new fields for conquest.
Interlude -- ALLAN ROGERS, tenor solo, "A Chinese Serenade."
Scene 3 -- THE JADE NECKLACE -- the story of jade and green -- sea and silver -- the beautiful greens of Oriental Chinese Jade.
THE JADE BALLET
ZENA LARINA, Ballerina and STANLEY BALLET CORPS
Interlude -- HOLLAND & BARRY, the Famous Dancers, with their Troubadours.
Scene 4 -- Garden of Fashion.
Georgous Costumes of Evening with the Loveliest "Period" Wedding staged at Paris Openings
BALLET OF THE LILLIES
ZENA LARINA and STANLEY BALLET CORPS
TENOR SOLE, "THINE ALONE" (Herbert)
ALLEN ROGERS

3.--FEATURE:--(11.37, 1.45, 3.55, 5.36, 7.45, 9.55)
A FIRST NATIONAL PICTURE

CORINNE GRIFFITH IN
"THE LADY IN ERMINE"

THE CAST

Contess Mariana

Corinne Griffith

Count Orian

Einar Hansen

Archduke Stephan

Ward Crane

General Dostal

Francis X. Bushman

Mariana's Maid

Jane Keckley

4.--CARTOON:-- (11.12, 12.51, 3.01, 5.11, 6.51, 9.01)
SELECTED

5.--STANLEY MAGAZINE:-- (11.22, 1.01, 3.11, 5.21, 7.01, 9.11)
NEWS HAPPENINGS OF THE WORLD

6.--ORGAN SELECTIONS:-- (2.58, 8.58)

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Stanley Theatre program, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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The Stanley
THEATRE

ON THE SCREEN
PARAMOUNT Presents

Adolphe Menjou
In D. W. Griffith's Drama
"SORROWS OF SATAN"
By Marie Corelli

With
RICARDO CORTEZ     CAROL DEMPSTER
AND LYA DE PUTTI

"Sorrows of Satan" simply must be seen before even the faintest conception of its magnificence can be gleaned.

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Balcony 35c

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