What Price Innocence? (1933)

WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE? (1933) with Jean Parker advertising herald


WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE?

Someone has written "Jean Parker, Willard Mark" at the top.


WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE? (1933) with Jean Parker advertising herald

"WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE?"

Every once in a blue moon a great story, powerful in its dramatic qualities, throbbing with the heart beats of honest emotion comes to the screen.

"What Price Innocence?" is such a story brought to the screen by Columbia Pictures.

Every mother, every father, every daughter, and every son will watch and listen, spell-bound and with tight throat, to the tragic tale of Jean Parker.

Please turn to the back page for the name of theatre and date where you may see:

"WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE?"
A Columbia Picture

You! --
and You! --
and You know
the price of sin --
But what is the price of innocence?


WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE? (1933) with Jean Parker advertising herald

Love was changed from an ecstatic dream to a nightmare--
BECAUSE SHE DIDN'T KNOW!

It hurls the thundering answer to the flaming question of the day,
SHALL WE TELL OUR CHILDREN?


WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE? (1933) with Jean Parker advertising herald

Defies Convention!
Dares to speak the truth. A heart-rending drama of young love trapped in the web of its own ignorance.

"WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE?"
Praised Unanimously!!

 "The Public Health Service is pleased to commend this excellent presentation of a delicate subject."
-- H. S. CUMMING, Surgeon General U. S. Public Health Service, Washington, D. C.

"... splendid entertainment..."
-- JUDGE GEORGIA BULLOCK, California

"... beautifully presented ... most worthwhile ..."
-- BETTER FILM COUNCIL, Buffalo City Federation of Women's Clubs

"... one of the best presentations of this delicate subject I have ever seen screened ..."
-- REV. DR. JOHN A VOLLENWEIDER, Executive Secretary, The Council of Churches, Buffalo and Erie County

"... a splendid picture for a mother and daughter to see together ..."
-- ETHEL F. DEXTER, Parent-Teacher Council, Springfield, Mass.

"... representatives ... unanimous in their praise ..."
MRS. S. H. CRANE, Chairman Motion Picture Council, Springfield, Mass.

"WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE?"
A Columbia Picture


WHAT PRICE INNOCENCE? (1933) with Jean Parker advertising herald from the Garden Theatre, St. Paul, Minnesota

GARDEN
THEATRE

West 7th & Toronto          Dale 4324

WED. - THURS. OCT 11-12

Positively NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 YEARS ADMITTED Unless Accompanied By Parents

Adm. Adults 15c

(Union seal) 40
Copyrighted by Columbia Pictures Corp., New York, N. Y. 1933



with Jean Parker, Minna Gombell, Willard Mack and Betty Grable. Directed by Willard Mack. Columbia.

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