The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 338, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 4, 1921 Page: 7 of 38

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TULSA DAILY WORLD SUND Y Sl-T I'K.MHKH t IOlM
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Tulsa Joins in the National Demonstration of the Better Motion Pictures
COM t NO W I lS I MY
Mt I III IIM)V
WM. S.
HART
In one of his greatest
characters. A play that
throbs with life and
action.
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PvxKlO wfnUraf tho Postcr iKf Oo?r May
THIS WEEK is Paramount Week-the greatest See fcS35 M fe Jj&
days and nights of entertainment since the tho Banner M'' KrUM
day when you saw your'first circus. I ..i.'Zlr. i T3f$ VW
It's the fourth antiual Paramount Week
nt that: and when anything happens four
annual times in the motion picture world
you can wager there's valuo rioro in
thrills and laughs and nil the marvelous
sensations you cet when you sec n Para-
mount Picture
Nothing less than a national screen car-
nival that's what Paramount Week isl
The greatest talent of the entire world
prepares it for you I Paramount's writers
actors and directors in California Netv
York and London the largest organiza-
tion in filmdom which works on a scale so
huge and so successful as to supply more
than 11200 theatres in U. S. A. alone with
their photoplays year in year out.
In Paramount Week you sec all the best
Paramount achievements of the year the
greatest to date.
But such is the swift progress of the
young nrt of the screen such are the strik-
ing 'improvements every year that the sea-
son 1921 - 22 will bring you sensational
improvements in Paramount Pictures
greatly outdistancing all past efforts
improvements in all those vital details
of n photoplay which make your breath
come quicker and your eyes shine brighter.
And you'll declare
"That's the best show in town!"
That's what a Paramount Picture
always is.
C f AMlXlS PUY1RWASK.Y O.WORM10N :
At all these theatres all this weet Paramount Pictures will be shown
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BEGINNING TODAY
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EXTRA!
A Nov f'tiiiuily Willi I'miHiinlljr
IIiiliuirouH Slliiallimt
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Adolph Zukor present
DOROTHY
DALTON
in
II AT would society look
lilfo if its masks were
torn nway? Anil the liven
of its men nnd women revealed as
they really aro?
One irirl had her suspicions and
played the came to find out.
The rest is n' romance of mystery
love arid adventure that throbs
with n thrill a minute.
THE
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Also Other Features
AND
Theater
M
TODAY l
'Hawthorne of tho
U. S. A."
MONDAY
"The Misleading
Widow"
TUESDAY
"Tho Third Kiss"
WEDNESDAY
"The Grim Game"
THURSDAY
"Tho Counterfeit"
FRIDAY
"It Pas to Advcrtuo"
SATURDAY
Wallace Rcid In
"SICK-A-BED"
Tho following towns in
Oklahoma will show
Paramount pictures dur-
ing this week:
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The Sunday Tulsa Daily World (Tulsa, Okla.), Vol. 15, No. 338, Ed. 1, Sunday, September 4, 1921, newspaper, September 4, 1921; Tulsa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc77755/m1/7/ocr/: accessed May 15, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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