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The Southern Israelite. (Augusta, Ga.) 1925-1986, October 25, 1929, Image 9

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The Southern Israelite Page 9 LOEWS CAPITOL , s ACTORS GET “BREAKS” <\YS HI NGARIAN STAR IN -i n H CHAIR” CAST IK-spite the cry that the stage is with the advent of the talk- dcture, America ofFers the as- ; r , ni: young actor more opportuni- than any country in the world, curding to Bela Lugosi, famous garian stage star, and creator of r„| e of “Dracula” in the theatre, r Lugosi is now playing the detec- n “The Thirteenth Chair,” Tod r wning's all-talking production for ..t r ,,-C,old\vyn-Mayer, showing at the ew's Capitol Theatre. • America,” he says, “with more velum than any country in the r'.ti. offers more opportunity for self Liture than any other by virtue of s very freedom,” he says. “In Eu- [h- you are slow and sure—in Amer- (Continued on Page 11) ■* m Si T s / PARAMOUNT MARY AND DOUG CO-STARS IN ALL-TALKING COMEDY Doug and Mary together. Picture fans have been waiting for this for years! And now they can be both seen and heard together. The two outstanding figures in the film world, each a great attraction, have now joined forces to give theatre-goers a measure of entertainment full to the brim and overflowing. This week all roads lead to the Paramount Theatre. The first joint appearance of these great stars will be in a glorious all- talking frolic of love and laughter: Shakespeare’s “Taming of the Shrew.” This is not only the lightest and froth iest of Shakespearean works, but is the story on which all the modern tales of cave men are based. Directed and adapted by Sam Tay lor, the picture has been superbly mounted and costumed. Doug plays the part of a young man who sets out to win a girl famous for a temper so wild and stormy that no man dares to come near her. Mary has the role of the beautiful Katherine who is not afraid of any man and matches her wits and good right arm against any one who dares try to woo her. The whole story revolves around the attempts of Doug to win the girl who will not be won by any method ever tried. He finally finds a way (Continued on Page 11) RIALTO The Rialto in presenting Ann Hard ing in her second cinema success, “Her Private Affair,” offers also the oppor tunity to her many admirers to see her real-life husband, Harry Bannis ter, playing opposite his beautiful wife. Harry Bannister makes his screen debut as husband, a role which is played with the surety and ease that comes naturally. The screen recruited this great actor from the stage, where he had just completed a year with the renowned presentation, “Strange In terlude.” Another stage favorite, John Loder, who will be remembered for his good work opposite Ruth Chatterton and other favorites on the talking screen, has the third featured role. Critics acclaim Miss Harding as surpassing herself in her first picture, “Paris Bound,” which drew hearty ap plause from every theater patron the country over. “Her Private Affair” is a vital film story of love, hate, intrigue, a grip ping drama of finesse, reaching the zenith of human appeal. Closely following the announce ment that “The Great Gabbo,” one of the season’s most outstanding pic tures would play at a road show house at road show prices, the management (Continued on Page 11) METROPOLITAN ALICE WHITE IS METROPOLITAN STAR Alice White, the diminutive First National star who acted as sponsor for Georgia Tech at California last football season, is starring at the Metropolitan this week in “The Girl From Woolworths,” which is her newest all-talking, singing picture. Charles Delaney is her leading man. The story tells the life of a music girl in a five and ten cent store who is given “her chance” to star on Broadway. The Night Club scenes with the singing and dancing chorus are a few of the high spots of the picture while the romance is unwound in a unique manner. A mm Mae Norton features “Maude Muller” on the Metropolitan organ, (Continued on Page 11) LOEW’S CAPITOL WEEK OF OCTOBER 28TH WEEK OF NOVEMBER 4TH CONRAD NAGEL IN THE mil CHAIR MOM’S All-Talking Thriller And on the Stage Fanohow & Marcos ‘GOBS OF JOY” With 20—People—20 Cay, fascinating youth at its gayest! “SO THIS IS COLLEGE” The greatest College picture ever filmed— right now when the season is hot—together with 5 LOEW ACTS 5 Patronize the Advertisers in The Southern Israelite They are seeking your patronage Home of Paramount Pictures lj~aranuHuU WEEK OCTOBER 28 MARY PICKFORD DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Together For The First Time And Talking in an Adaptation of W. Shakespear’s “7 /ie Taming of The Shrew 99 ONE OF THE PUBLIX THEATERS 2 BIG PICTURES—YOU JUST CANT MISS! Ihis Week f Next Week ALICE Should a Bride Liinfn. WHITE the Knllirt of Her Pu»t? Ah leader of JEANNE the chorus in Broadway’s EAGLES mo«t famous IN night dub. “The Girl From | “JEALOUSY” Woolworths” f A Paramount Pleture METROPOLITAN WEEK OF OCTOBER 28 ANN HARDING IN “HER PRIVATE AFFAIR” j Her second screen triumph WEEK NOVEMBER 14 ERIC VON STROHEIM BETTY COMPSON comes in “THE GREAT GABBO” The Season’s Most Heralded Screen Success