Symphony Theatre - Compton, California - November, 1925

Compton Symphony Theatre program
Symphony Theare - Compton
Telephone 1751
Two Shows Each Night - 6:45 and 8:45
Popular Prices -- Adults 30 c, Children 10c
Sunday, Continuous from 2 to 11 P.M.
LAST TIMES
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY     NOV. 13-14
SPICE AND FUN AND THEN SOME --

Constance Talmadge in HER SISTER FROM PARIS

Never a Better One Than This -- As Snappy as a French Miss

-- Also --

"MERMAID COMEDY"     NEWS
More Fun SATURDAY NITE More Pep
CHARLESTON CONTEST
$20 IN CASH GIVEN AWAY EACH NIGHT TO THE WINNERS --
$25 IN CASH TO THE WINNERS OF THE FINALS
KIDDIES ICE CREAM MATINEE SATURDAY
5c
See -- The First Chapter of "THE RIDDLE RIDER" With William Desmond
See- TOM MIX in a FEATURE DRAMA and the "Mermaid" Comedy
AND BIG KIDS AND LITTLE KIDS ALL GET A BIG CONE FREE!
("HER SISTER FROM PARIS" WILL NOT BE SHOWN AT MATINEE)

TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY
NOVEMBER 17-18
MARION DAVIES in a film of gay and glorious romance
LIGHTS OF OLD BROADWAY
Marion Davies, in her greatest triumph, shows herself a super comedienne -- She'll make you roar with glee, then move you to tears.  A rollicking, frolicking whirlwind of joy and thrills!
ANDY GUMP COMEDY     NEWS

 
Thursday Only
November 19
Raymond Griffith in HE'S A PRINCE
with Mary Brian
A Paramount Picture presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky
And That PEPPY MUSICAL COMEDY REVUE
In New SONGS, DANCES and THIS 'N THAT, Featuring the
6 -- HONEY DEW GIRLS -- 6
9 -- PEOPLE -- 9
COMEDY  Also  Cartoon
C.U.H.S. ALUMNI PRESENTS "THE HOTTENTOT," FRIDAY, NOVEMER 20th, at 8 O'CLOCK
Members of Senior Play Casts of the last five years are among those acting in this Alumn. Production, with Esther Weber, Class of '25, as pretty Miss Fairfax and Clinton Bump Class of '24 as Sam Harrington, supported by a cast made up of the following, the success of the production is assured.  Charlene Pixler, '24; Meryl Taylor, '21; Ronald Mason, 22; Dotsie Henderson, '25; DeWayne Harrison, '25; Warren Gunsten, '25; Frances Whitbread, '23; John K. Mallonee, '23; and Laurence Cowan, '22.
There will be a Friday Matinee for Children.  Admission at both performances will be 50c for Adults and Children 25c.
For those wishing to see a motion picture on this evening, there will be Hoot Gibson in "SPOOK RANCH" at Compton Theatre on E. Main.

MOORE BROS., 148 E MAIN ST., COMPTON


Compton Theatre program

SUNDAY ONLY  NOVEMBER 15
4 Acts -- Selected BIG TIME -- 4 Acts
VAUDEVILLE
LARRY DELANY Songs and Stories
THE BONNEYS  A Little Music, A Little Sond and Some Comedy
THE RAMSEY TRIO  Symphonic Recital
GRAY & ARLISS "Money Talks"
Vaudeville starts at 4--6:30 and 8:30 P.M.

ON THE SCREEN

MILTON SILLS in THE KNOCKOUT

FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!  That's all he knew until a thousand logs came tearing down on him -- until he had to whip a man twice his size to save the girl he loved!
And the first of the Comedy Series by H.C. Witwer
"THE PACEMAKERS"

MONDAY ONLY  NOVEMBER 16

EVERY MONDAY NIGHT WILL BE
GIFT NITE
At the Symphony
XMAS IS COMING
Many Beautiful Gifts
Consisting of Electric Irons, Precolators, Heaters, Waffle Irons, Lamps, Pieces of Furniture, and many other things will be --
GIVEN AWAY FREE
THE FEATURED CAPITOL PRIZE
To be given away tonight will be a RADIO SET
And on the Screen --
REGINALD DENNY
in
"WHERE WAS I"

The maddest bomb-shell of mirth of the year, with its wild women making Danny madder and madder every minute.  It's a bachelor's comedy of terrors, filled with explosive laughter.
ADDED 2 REEL DRAMA
'THE FIGHT WITHIN'
A STORY OF THE NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE

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