Romeo and Juliet (1916)

Theda Bara in ROMEO AND JULIET (1916)

WILLIAM FOX presents THEDA BARA in ROMEO AND JULIET
Directed by J. Gordon Edwards
FOX FILM CORPORATION

Harry Hilliard and Theda Bara in ROMEO AND JULIET (1916)

Harry Hilliard and Theda Bara

Theda Bara advertising card

Theda Bara

Theda of the "wicked beautiful face" represents in the minds of a vast army of film patrons the most faithful type of "vampire woman" known to the screen. With her jet-black hair, large liquid eyes and panther-like movements she seems the exact embodiment of Kipling's "The Woman Who Didn't Care."

Cahill-Igoe Company, Chicago, Publishers

Theda Bara advertising card for "Romeo and Juliet" at the New Theatre in Richmond Virginia

The love story of the ages

The tale of the woman who kills herself for love.
This is the theme of Shakespeare's immortal masterpiece.

Romeo and Juliet
in which WILLIAM FOX presents the noted emotional actress
THEDA BARA

NEW THEATRE
Broad at Second Street
TO-DAY
Wednesday, February 14th

The Caplon Printing Co. Richmond. Va.


with Theda Bara. Directed by J. Gordon Edwards. Fox

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