Theatre, Albany, New York - September 24, 1917
REGENT THEATRE South Pearl St.
bet. Hamilton Street and Madison Ave
DIRECTION WILLIAM FOX
High Grade Pictures at Standard Price. Admission 10c.
PROGRAM - Week Sept. 24
GAIL KANE in "Souls in Pawn"
The New York Sensation "Rasputin, The Black Monk"
The true story of the Russian Revolution and the down fall of Czar Nicholas
Alice Joyce and Harry Morey in "Womanhood" (aka Womanhood: The Story of a Nation)
- Tues., Sept. 24-25
Gladys Brockwell in "To Honor and Obey"
The girl of a thousand expressions in a picture that women cannot resist
and men want to see
Wednesday - Thursday, Sept. 26-27
Florence Reed in "The Eternal Sin"
The torch of passion in the palace of hate
Friday - Saturday, Sept. 28-29
Alice Brady in "Betsy Ross"
People who see "Betsy Ross" will see an exact reproduction of the
historical shop and home in which the first American flag was
fashioned. One of the really noteworthy features about this
picture-play is its remarkable historical exactness.
- Tues., October 1-2
Suratt in "The Siren"
Shirley Mason in "The Awakening of Ruth"
Thursday, October 4
Jack Gardner in "Men of the Desert"
A romantic story of the Western Plains where hearts are big and life
throbs with adventure.
Fri. - Sat., October 5-6
Ethel Clayton in "The Woman Beneath"
Performance Continuous -- Noon till 11 P.M.
General Admission, Ten Cents