Loew's Aldine Theatre, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - July 12, 1926
LOEW'S ALDINE Newsette
Vol. II Pittsburgh, Pa., July 12th, 1928
"The Other Woman's Story" With a Great Cast and Coon-Sanders Night Hawks Featured Next Week
A CAREFULLY balanced mystery plot is one of the most fascinating themes of literature and drama. So deep is the mystery woven in "The Other Woman's Story", the feature screen attraction to be shown next week that it is guaranteed to balk the sleuthing instincts of any motion picture audience. The thread of the story hinges upon a murder that has come as the startling climax to a sensational divorce case. The plot is based on an actual case that startled America. A rapid fire story is carried throughout the entire film.
It has its setting for the most part in one of the most realistic courtroom scenes ever constructed for a motion picture.
John Goodrich, who wrote "My Lady's Lips", a crook story which achieved considerable popularity several months ago, wrote the screen version of "The Other Woman's Story" from the novel by Peggy Gaddis. It is probably the first picture to be produced in which the "other woman" has the sympathetic side of the story. Featured in the case are Alice Calhoun, Robert Frazer, Helen Lee Worthing and Mahlon Hamilton.
"This is Station KYW, Chicago!" How many radio fans throughout the country have listened for these call letters, knowing that they would hear one of the famous dance and radio orchestras in the country, the Coon-Sanders Original Night Hawks, who will be featured next week as the principal stage attraction. They come direct from the Ballroom at the exclusive Hotel Congress, Chicago.
This popular band is known nation wide, and has made many Victor Phonograph records. It originated in Kansas City, and has since toured all over the country, appearing in the finest vaudeville theatres, cafes and ballrooms.
"Careful Please", one of the funniest of the late comedies, Loew's Concert Orchestra, Topics of the Day, Organlogue and News film complete the program.
Week Beginning Monday, July 19th
B. P. Schulberg presents
ON THE STAGE
By Request -- "Charleston the World Over" overture by Loew's Concert Orchestra, Gilbert C. Friar, Conductor
MAYER PRESS (Union Label) PITTSBURGH, PA
Loew's Aldine PROGRAM
Marcus Loew . . . . . President
Technical Production Staff
Check Room on Mezzanine.
Phones -- Atlantic 6370 - 6371
Performances from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. De Luxe shows 1:30 - 3:30 - 7:00 and 9:00 p.m.
$250 in cash to the person who suggests the most appropriate name for the New Pittsburgh Loew Theatre.
FAMOUS ORCHESTRA HERE NEXT WEEK
FAR above the general run of dance orchestras in the country, there are a very few select jazz bands, which by reason of talent, cleverness and originality stand out prominently in public popularity. They represent the elite of the orchestral world and are known not only in a particular city but everywhere throughout the country. In this select class is the super syncopating ensemble known as Coon-Sanders Original Night Hawks, coming to Loew's Aldine next week.
Of triple fame are these musical Night Hawks. Originally instituted at the Night Hawk club in Kansas City, for many years they were a feature of night life in that city. Their reputation as a remarkable dance orchestra became established. They have played in the finest hotels, cafes, theatres, and ballrooms in the country, including Young's Million Dollar Pier in Atlantic City and the exclusive Hotel Congress, Chicago. And besides achieving unusual popularity as a dance organization, the Coon-Sanders aggregation is just as widely known for its many Victor photograph records, and as a splendid entertaining radio orchestra.
Loew's Aldine Program
PROGRAM FOR WEEK OF JULY 12th
Unit No. 1 - OVERTURE
Unit No. 2 - LOEW'S ALDINE NEWS
Unit No. 3 - ORANGOGUE
Unit No. 4 - LOEW'S TOPICS OF THE DAY
Unit No. 5 - PRESENTING THE FOUR FOOTLOOSE FOOLS
Unit No. 6 - LOEW'S ALDINE TOURS
Unit No. 7 - Presenting SISSLE AND BLAKE
Unit No. 8 - Feature Presentation
Unit No. 9 - LOEW'S ALDINE COMEDY
Unit No. 10 - ORGAN EXIT
Entire Program Produced Under the Personal Supervision of LOUIS K. (SID)
Wurlitzer Pianos User Exclusively
CHANEY PUTS OUT HIS EYE
JOIN THE WJAS LOEW'S MOVIE CLUB
Coon-Sanders Night Hawks next week; no dancer can resist the melodious rythms (sic) poured forth by this peppy, youthful and versatile aggregation.
About thirty-two per cent of the radio fans who tuned in on the WJAS Loew Movie Club program last Tuesday evening were able to determine when Waring's Pennsylvanians were actually playing and when the Orthophonic was radio casting.
Marcus Loew just returned from a trip abroad. If there is anything new in the European theatres necessary to present better entertainment -- you can bet Mr. Loew will equip the new Loew Theatre, now under construction in Pittsburgh, with whatever it might be.
The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios have signed Lon Chaney to a new long term contract it was announced last week by Irving G. Thalberg, Culver City studio executive. Chaney's latest picture "The Road to Mandalay" will be shown on our screen the week beginning Monday, July 26th.
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