Dixie Theatre, Vandalia, Illinois - March 8, 1926

Vandalia, Illinois, DixieTheatre program
Dixie Theatre
PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH 8, 1928

COLLEEN MOORE in "WE MODERNS"
Tuesday, March 9

Dixie Theatre     Program Continued

Sunday, March 14 - Carl Laemmle presents

GLENN HUNTER
in his latest production
"THE LITTLE GIANT"

A screen -- version of the story, "Once a Peddler," by Hugh McNair Kahler, in which a young salesman whose selling campaigns prove unproductive. But when Love enters the game, it gives him a new incentive and he manages to put over "The Little Giant."

Comedy, "Too Much Mother in Law"

Program Subject to Change at Discretion of Management

COMING ATTRACTION

Tuesday, March 16 -- First National presents

"BLUEBEARD'S SEVEN WIVES"

With a brilliant cast, including

Blanche Sweet, Ben Lyon, Lois Wilson, Diana Kane, Sam Hardy

The bird who said the first hundred years are the hardest was figuring only one wife. Anybody who thinks six or more wives than the law allows makes it any snappier should pause and remember they just broke up the harem business in Turkey. If there was anything in it they wouldn't quit organizing harems. You can't fool a Turk. Besides, wait till you see what happened to this Bluebeard.

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Vandalia, Illinois, DixieTheatre program

DIXIE THEATRE
VANDALIA, ILL.

PROGRAM

Monday, March 8 --
"EVE'S LOVER
With an all star cast, headed by
IRENE RICH, BERT LYTELL
Clara Bow & Willard Louis

She was a keen, intelligent business woman, successfully operating a great steel mill. He a handsome, reckless, dissolute nobleman.

William Desmond in "Ace of Spades" No. 7

Tuesday, March 9 -- SPECIAL
"WE MODERNS"
From Israel Zangwill's famous stage success, with
COLLEEN MOORE

Colleen Moore's recent trip abroad was an ovation for the famous star. During her stay in England, actual scenes were "shot" for "We Moderns." Behind the wealthy, traditional setting of Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and the highways and byways of London is a story of modern youth revolting against Victorian conventions.

Comedy, "The Optimist"

Wednesday, March 10 -
REDINALD DENNY
In Byron Morgan's dazzling story
"SPORTING YOUTH"

Young blood, young love, young ideas -- bound recklessly pleasure-ward, jazz-stepping and thrill-chasing its way towards newer, more vital sensations.

Comedy, "Officer No. 13"

Dixie Theatre          Program Continued

Thursday, March 11 - F. B. O. presents
MAURICE B. FLYNN
in
"THE NO GUN MAN"

Action and thrills and fast adventure in a whirlwind tale that never lets up in its action from the opening to the closing scene.

Comedy, "Etiquette"

Friday, March 12 -
"A WOMAN OF PARIS"
-- featuring --
EDNA PURVIANCE
A drama of fate, written and directed by
CHARLES CHAPLIN
"Call up the other lady," said the richest bachelor in the city to his valet when a woman of Paris sought to choose between her loveless luxury and marriag ewith the man her heart had chosen.

Comedy, "Beware of Your Relatives"

Saturday, March 13 - F. B. O. presents
RICHARD TALMADGE
In his latest thriller
"TTHE ISLE OF HOPE"  (sic)

Besides showing Talmadge in the dare-devil feats for which he is justly renowned, this picture presents one of the most absorbing stories of wild adventure that has ever been screened. There are fascinating marine backgrounds -- a mutiny -- a ship in flames -- a wreck and landing on a deserted island in search for gold.

Comedy, "One Night It Rained"

PROGRAM CONTINUED ON FOURTH PAGE


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