Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 64, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 28, 1922 Page: 3 of 8
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MATERIAL INOK-II FOK
FIVE PIC'TI"KES I SK1) IX
ISIS SUNDAY FEATURE I
"The Son of Wallingford," which
will be shown at the Isis theater
on Sunday is an unusually lengthy I
Pitcure. The production requires
80 massive sets, and 1,500 scenes.
In addition to this it was neces-
sary to construct an artificial lake
500 feet wide by 2,000 feet long at
a cost of $20,000. A whole town,
that of Whlttier, California, was
used for many of the scenes. Ten
tanks of oil, measuring 12 by 14
l*'et. were used to get the re
scenes, which were taken at night
upon the lake of burning oil. The
conflagration raged on the lake for
days, sweeping heavenward in huge
whirlpools twice the size of a man's
Elephants, camels, elaborate
floats and banquet scenes were also
used. The exploding of the 10
tanks of oil made not only a spec-
tacular scene but was filmed at a
great risk on the part of the cam-
era men and players.
Unusual lighting effects and col-
oring have been used in the pro-
duction. Green tinting of scenes
showing the closeup of burning in-
cense. red lighting for the develop-
ing room and unusually pictorial
titles are all the work of Mr. Ches-
Fritzie Brunette Jack Holt's
New Leading Lady
"Kindred of Dust" mature*trfenoiilemvn.
At EmpreSS Sunday The Majestic theatre will present
i Monday "Across the Divide,' co-
"Kindred of the Dust," an Asso- starring Rosemary Theby and Rex
elated First National attraction, j Ballard, supported by a cast that
will start at the Empress theater i Includes Ralph Fee McCullough,
Dorothy Manners. Thomas Del mar.
PROGRAM IS ANNOUNCED
on Sunday for four days.
Raoul A. Walsh, who has such """"" l'u
j cinema masterpieces as "The Oath ' 1
Jaclt and "Serenade'' to his credit, pro-
Fritzi Brunette appears as lead
ing woman in the cast
Holt's latest Paramount star pic-1 duced by Peter B. Kyne.
ture, "While Satan Sleeps." based j "Tensely gripping drama" char-
^ . . . - : - , - ... .i wause me neia no purpose unui
on a story by Peter B. Kyne, whieh | of which Is laid In the < " <* «<>'"
Win be shown at the Capitol thea-1 we",' whe re'^asaions J™*" to protect against their
Program for the Monday evening concert of Margaret Matzenauer,
Gilbert Clayton, Florence Hi)l I later prima donna contralto of the Metropolitan Opera company, was an-
nounced Saturday by Hathaway Harper. The concert will be given
in the Central High School auditorium.
Madam Matzenauer will be assisted fty Georges Vause. accompanist,
who will also give a group of piano numbers.
Following is the program:
"Across the Divide" is a sympa-
thetic story of one of nature's true
noblemen- a half-breed Indian
whose life held no purpose until !
JE SSt L IAJAY FRiSINTj
*V PRODUCTION '
Leatrice Jot) ^ LoisWilson
The spec tacular
romance of a daring
daughter of luxury
and the man rho,
loving her, sent her
to prison. A torrent
of emotional thrills
and e x c it 1 n g cli-
ter starting Sunday.
Fritzi Brunette is a brunette in
complexion as well as by name and
is a Georgia girl. Her previous ap-
pearance in Paramount pictures
was in Hugh Ford's picture, "The
are unbridled and where immense
achievements are the rule—not the
Miss Cooper is supported by an
excellent cast, among which are
Ralph Graves, Lionel Belmore, Eu-
... ,, ,, . iviiijm uravt'S, L<IUiifi unmuir, cu-
W oman Thou Gavest Me. She hah genie Besserer, Maryland Morne,
played important roles with many Befia|e Waters w j Ferguson,
| As related by Beatrice Frederick,
"Across the Divide" contains fas-
cinating plot and counterplot and
a dual love story. In which four
heartB become tangled for a time.
of the largest companies and is re
garded as one of the cleverest and
most attractive actresses on the
Wade Boteler, Mabel Van Buren,
Will R. Walling, Herbert Standing.
| Fred Huntley, J. P. Lockney, Betty
Francisco, Sylvia Ashton, Bobby
Mack and several others, all mem-
bers of the recently organized Par-
amount stock company, complete
"Smilin' Through" at Folly
for Sunday and Monday
Norma Talmadge has a splendid j
Carolyn Rankin, Pat Rooney, John
Herdm&n and Bruce Guerin.
"The Black Panther's Cub"'
Arln, "O. don fatale," from
(a) Sapphic Ode
(<•) Thou Art My Pei
(d) 'TIh Spring.
BILL FAIRBANKS M ISIS.
Many beauty spots of California j Mine. Matzenauer.
are pictured iu "The Clean Up." the j in.
latest western feature production, i (aj preiude
starring Bill Fairbanks at the Isis ,i,> i., ,it«« Cyr
Saturday. Lffguna Beach, famed j ( ) l'olonaiae
for its beautiful rugged shores, was
Magnlflrent Photorirainn starring Flor-1 picturesque location selected by
Director McKsiib|| for the "water
scenes" of this production.
lteed at Criterion Sunday.
The ceaseless .struggle of heredity
versus environment enters upon an ab-
sorbing duel for the integrity of the
innocent daughter of an erring mother,
in the brilliant Ziegfeld production.
"The lilack Panther's Cub." in which
Florence Heed, the stage and screen
favorite, plays the -double role of the
"Hlack Panther" and her "Cub."
Adapted from the i>opular story by
lOthel Donoher. which was suggested
. by Swinburne's well-known i>oem,
supporting cast appearing with her -pHugtine." the screen version is a.
I in her latest starring vehicle, swiftly moving drama which unfolds court with an assault with a dead
."Smiling* Through," which will be . amid the glittering effervescence < f,ly weapon. The trial had occupied
NEGRO SAYS HE WILL
"REPEAL" HIS CASE;
"I am going to repeal this ense!"
an old negro announced in open
court at the hearing of Leslie Har-
mon, Fred Anderson and Leo Har-
mon, charged in Judge Deupree's
National attraction at the ! l'arisienne crftVs and gambling
Folly theater Sunday and Monday. "Kaustlne," or the
The two principal male roles are « ^,0^^ X'X rn,^.
portrayed b_y William Standing^ and | So^and ;h.;ob,ll.y ofmtjre^han defendants.
the attention of the court the en-
anther.''! tjre forenoon Friday and the an-
nouncement of the "repeal" fol-
lowed the order of the court dis-
Harrison Ford and other well-!
known screen artists in the cast
are Alec B. Francis, Glenn Hunter,/
Grace Griswold, Miriam Battista
and Eugene Lockhart.
The production is an adaptation
of Allen Langdon Martin's highly
successful stage play and has an
unusually dramatic plot, in which
the romance of a young couple is
upset because of the tragic act
years before of one of the parents.
nger to be caught in the
snares of her scintillating charms.
Florence Heed, in the final scene be-
moCher and daughter, in which
The trouble that brought the
defendants before the court
curred at seme point on Western
avenue October 5, at a function
(a) lMalnto d'Ariane Coquard
(b) Eu Passant par la Ixtr-
raiue Old French
(c) Celle que je prefere . Fourdraln
(d) Chanson Norveglenne
(a) Homing Del Itiego
lb) The Moon at the Full
Ar. by La Forge
(d) La Palonia
Ar. by I .a Forge
Mr. lieorges Vause at the Piano.
Nteimvay Piano Used.
Means of financing charitable or-
ganizations for 1923 were discussed
Friday afternoon by the presidents
of the organizations at a meeting
at the headquarters of the welfare
board, city hall.
It was derided that a banquet at
which the discussion of the subject
will be continued will be held at the
Huckins hotel. Monday evening, the
guests of the hotel management.
One drive iustead of a separate
drive for every organization was
the favored plan.
The community chest plan does
not go into operation until next
year when funds for 1024 are col-
Organizations represented Friday
were merely local, and have no
means of raising funds except by
their anual drives. These organiza-
tions are as follows: United Provi-
dent association, Oklahoma CI (
dren's homo association. Holmes'
; Home of Redeeming Love, Sunbeam
Home, Tuberculosis association.
Society for the Friendless, chil-
dren's Welfare league, and the
Board of Public Welfare.
>1 MUiARFT .>1 ATZKNAl'KR
COMING THIS SUNDAY TO
PREMIERE OF THE RIALTO ORCHESTRA
Sunday, October 29th
In accordance with our belief that the public will
appreciate and respond to an earnest effort on our part
to present really superior entertainment at popular
prices, we have securedthe services of one of the best
orchestras in the Southwest.
A slight advance in admission price enables us to
present to you the finest pictures produced, accompanied
by genuinely high-class music.
See These Big Attractions Coming Soon:
the mother dies from a shot intended I described by one of the women
..... Wjtnes8es as a "ball!" Trouble
soon occurred between the three
defendants and one Roy Nichols,
one of the popular, male dancers
of the evening.
The fight that followed was par-
ticipated in by the major portion
another, lifts the picture abi
thrill of melodrama to the living trag-
edy of a life squandered post all re-
claiming. in despair lest its Influence
fall a heritage upon innocent shoul-
ders. Miss Heed has reached the pin-
nacle of her success in this difficult
neir^ —r- rora,ns 10 r,
Miss Tultnadge's previous produc-j„h(> „„ ,„_8Ulrrl„K thl, N,.„ witnesses ami when peace had
tions In artistic and dramatic TorU 8tagc hit. "Enter M«darn.' been restored It was found that
throughout the past season, plays the! Roy Nichols had received knife
part of Sir Marling Grahame. The wounds all over his bod}. lie was
role of the roue. Ulive. i.s in the skill-J sent to a hospital where it required
ful hands of Tyrone Power; and Jack, sixty stitches to assist in dressing
MR. AM) 31 IIS. II. B. W ARNKR
ARK IN ISIS PICTURE
1/5rd of Maudsley, is played by Karle
I The production is lavishly etaged.
Rita Stanwood, who in private j.-nijje chautard. the director, is a na- uiw i\III I l MH-'NT
life is Mrs. H. B. Warner, plays op- 1jvi. of 1>ariH ltnd hR8 rePro<,uce<l ar- ,f. kw nnt o,
posite her celebrated husband in , urately the garish splendor of night MAMI 11'^Sii-nb., i.
"The Gray Wolf's Ghost," which life on the Montemartre. In contrast Manchester has. roughly speaking,
comes to the Isis Monday. " « sees the unequaled beauty and 30,000 men, women and children de-
Mrs. Warner achieved a wide ] tranquillity of English country life. | pending for
reputation as an actress before re-
tiring from the stage a year ago,, , „
for 10 years having appeared in , oklahoma City. .sue children,
some of the greatest Broadway | n
successes. Her last engagement
was with "Pipes of Pan," in which i
she had marked success in the
leading role during an extended ;
New York run.
existence on relief,
either from the country or from
There are seven art studios in' the government. Of these 12,0(\
"THE SON OF lVALLINC.FORII"
A million-dollar production Spectacular, stupendous, full of
SEE THE BIG SEA OF ltl KNINU Oil,
This picture is tuken riclit In the heart of tlie Oil Fields anil very
interesting to Oklahoma audiences.
This pllntoplu) has action from start to tinish and is classed ns
one of tJic best productions of its kind.
ONE DAY ONLY—ON SUNDAY
DENY ER, Oct 28. Colorado coat
operators have signed agreements
with the union miners by which tho
wages before the strike of tho
spring and summer will be paid,
according to Organizer Earl R.
SATURDAY, OCT. 28
George Liirkin in
"THE LOST MINE"
"Blood and Sand"
Milton Sills—Wanda Hawley
Children any time, 10c
The New Rialto Theater Management
"Law of the Great Northwest"
"THE CLEAN IIP"
"THE SON OF WAI.LING-
HOOT GIBSON in
PAULINE FREDERICK in
"THE LI RE OF JADE"
JACK HOXIi; ill
"THE SPARKS OF FLINT"
10c fiND 20c
SUN. AND THIIRS.
Royal Academy Girls
"Rustlers of the Red
Buffalo Bill Serial
Now Thru Saturday
The Snappiest of Burlesque Shows
ROSEMARY THEBY and
REX BALLARD in
"Across the Divide"
And a Comedy
"The Silent Vow"
And a Comedy,
SUNDAY and MONDAY Tucsdsv <ind
From the Stirring Story
What more need we say—you'll love it and want
see it again.
That Emotional Drama
You've heard of it.
Don't miss it.
Friday and Saturday
Tit the Sign
Renco Film Com
This is a picture you'll want to see on Hal-
lowe'en night—when spooks are out and
witches walk. There will be plenty of
ghosts and goblins in the picture.
IMG BEAUTY CHORUS
Direct from the Columbia
Theater, New York City
Clean, Crackling (omedy
Miss Lula Bett'
And a Good Comedy
And Jackie Coogan in
Peck's Bad Boy
Fox News and
\l St. John Comedy
Conrad Nagle, Mildred Har-
is and Dorothy Dalton in
Short Subjects and
A1 St. John Comedy
Hot y\ocrrx 4
* ffRST NATION AI ATTRACTION
^^ J 1 1 VJaasi
SATURDAY, NOV. 1 "~1
"The Bar X War"
Pathe Playlet Comedy
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Ameringer, Oscar & Hogan, Dan. Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 64, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 28, 1922, newspaper, October 28, 1922; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc100163/m1/3/: accessed February 15, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.