The Newnan Herald
Consolidated with Coweta
Consolidated with Newnan
MATINEE—2:30 p. m,
NIGHT—7:30 p. m.
Beginning Monday, Nov.
For three days, twice daily—matinee and night
This picture for everyone, with its Love,
Adventure and Wizardry of Swordmanship.
SPECIAL MUSIC HAS BEEN ARRANG
ED FOR THIS PICTURE. BOTH MAT
INEES AND NIGHT PER
. 45c., tax 5c., total 50c
.22c., tax 3c., total 25c
. 90c., tax 9c., total 99c
.45c., tax 5c., total 50c
NOTE—Children under 5 years of age will
be Admitted free—But if a child occupies
a seat, then it must have a ticket, as all seats
will be sold*
'tue turee musketecqs'
NEWNAN, GA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1921.
Film Yet Made!
The Greatest Novel of
- . A present*
\ Adaption, Costuming, ftworch under Erhard Knoblock.
Direction under Fred'Nibb
Photography under Arthur Sdeson
Hera is presented to you the
greatest action picture ever
made—a marveloui, magnificent
photoplay that ia a torrent of
power without a dull moment
throughout its entire course..
The very streets of Paris are endowed
with an illusion far beyond that of the or
dinary setting of the ordinary motion pic
ture.. Palace and hovel, tavern and garret,
fare as fortunately in the picturing, and the
very cobbles of the streets and the stones of
the pavements cry out, “This is the land of
The Three Musketeers.’ ’’—Boston Trap-
script • ‘*M » . .
It is the sort of adventure that has done
duty for years, but it is so neatly done, and
there is such an “atmosphere” about it all,
that it “gets” you in spite of yourself.—New
It is great as a historical
picture as well as an exam
ple of the days gone by,*
when knights were bold and
arranged a duel at the slight
est provocation. It has ro
mance, life, intrigue, sus
pense and comedy. What
more could anyone ask?—
Douglas Fairbanks was the conquering
hero last night when “The Three Musket
eers” was presented at the Lyric Theatre.
The picture was full of lightning sword
play, hard riding, ballroom scenes, glimpses
of old Paris and “close-ups” of French roy
alty. And more than once in the photoplay
Fairbanks did those acrobatic stunts that
the movie fans enjoy s<> much. It was in
deed a triumph for Fairbanks. The picture
is brimful of life, movement and action.—
New York Sun.
Mr. Fairbanks has so interpreted the
role of D’Artagnan, Dumas’ immortal hero,
that there isn’t a red-blooded American who
wouldn’t appreciate every adventure of the
young Frenchman.—Boston Globe.
In the role of D’Artagnan,
Fairbanks has created- a viv
id characterization of the
youthful Gascon who won
his way into the favor of
Louis XIII of France at the
sword’s point . . frrom the
outset the picture is one of
swift-moving thrill, with the
naked steel constantly flash
ing.—New York Mail.
The Greatest He-Star
Adaption G>}liimlng,[fcsca!di under 6dwid Knoblock
■ Direction 'under Fred Niblo
Photography under Afthur £dwon
“All For One, Oae For All”
Here you will ate “Doug" in a
genuinely great production ef
an incomparable atory-in which
he attaina the ambition of hie
• 'VP i
THE PHOTO SENSATION OF THE YEAR!
“THE THREE MUSKETEERS”
From the World-Famous Novel by ALEXANDER DUMAS
j TWELVE REELS OF DYNAMIC ROMANCE!