Vanity Fair (1911)

VANITY FAIR (1911) postcard with William V. Ranous and Helen Gardner
Copyright 1911, Vitagraph Co. of America

The Marquis of Steyn (William V. Ranous) cuts off Becky Sharp (Helen Gardner)


VANITY FAIR (1911) postcard from the Grand Gheatre in Donora, Pennsylvania

VANITY FAIR
VITAGRAPH THREE REEL PRODUCTION

The Marquis of Steyn cuts off Becky Sharp

Compliments of GRAND THEATRE
Donora, Penna.


Vanity Fair  (1911) postcard with Helen Gardner

Caption: News of the Battle of Waterloo at the Marquis of Steyn's ball.
Copyright 1911, Vitagraph Co. of America

This post card is also from the Grand Theatre in Donora, Pennsylvania.


Vanity Fair (1911) with Alec B. Francis, Helen Gardner, and William Shea
Copyright 1911, Vitagraph Co. of America

Becky Sharp (Helen Gardner) meets Pitt Crawley (Alec B. Francis). William Shea at right.


VANITY FAIR (1911) postcard from the Grand Gheatre in Donora, Pennsylvania

VANITY FAIR
VITAGRAPH THREE REEL PRODUCTION

Becky Sharp meets Pitt Crawley

Compliments of GRAND THEATRE
Donora, Penna.


John Bunny and Helen Gardner in VANITY FAIR (1911).

John Bunny and Helen Gardner
Copyright 1911. Vitagraph Co. of America


VANITY FAIR (1911) advertisement at the Theatorium

Vanity Fair
VITAGRAPH THREE REEL PRODUCTION
Joe Sedley and Becky Sharp

The management of the 
Theatorium
take this opportunity to extend to you the "Season's Greetings"
--and--
Beg to announce that date of this, our next Big Special Feature
Thursday, December 28, 1911
afternoon and night
An Orchestra will render appropriate music throughout the play

"A Merry Xmas and Happy New Year to all"


More Information on the Grand Theatre in Donora, Pennsylvania...

The Harris (Grand) Theatre at CinemaTreasures.com

There were at least 19 theaters name "The Theatorium" in the United States.


with Helen Gardner, William Ranous, John Bunny and Norma Talmadge. Directed by William Kent. Vitagraph.

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This work (Vanity Fair (1911), by Vitagraph), identified by Bruce Calvert, is free of known copyright restrictions.

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