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September 29, 1928 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-09-29

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ICHIGAN

D Al L' Y

MICHIGAN DAILY

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Keev Your Eye
on the Majiestic

E ng agement Limited

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CAST
(Diana)
JOAN CRAWFORD
(Ben Blain)
JUHN MACK
RW(B e a t r i c e)O T H
vSEBASTIAN
(Anne)
ANITA PAGE
(Annc's' Mother)
KATII bY N
WILLIAMS
NILS ASTHUR
EDWARD N"UGEN I
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S D OROTHY
CMMINGS
(Diana's Father)
H UNTLEY
GORDON
~(Freddie's Mother)
EVELYN _HALL
(Freddie's 'Fathaer)-
SAM DE GRASSE

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PLEASE NOTE
Owing to great length of this attraction,
our added program .will be, limited, to.
Ipermit perfect presentation. throughout
our regular schedule.
The Most Sensational Ultra Modern Drama of Y'OUth

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in the Past I.u
Kisses of youth! Thoughtless, heed-
less!. Caresses! Dances! Jazz Parties!
Youth Aflame! Then regrets! A story
as colorful, as silken as a debutante's
Presenting the
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AS DIANA

0 er!ope-chest! G or g eo us settings! ~
Breath-taking splendor-as the chl- -
dren of the rich play with fire!
Beautiful
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With
NILS JOHN DOOI Y
ARTHUR MACK-BROWN SEB~ASTIAN
AND ALL-STAR CAST IN EVERY ROLL

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To see, it is to talk
about it. Seldom has
the screen brought a.
drama that sends the,
world out; of its the-
atres so stirred. Eye-
filling. Soul-stirring.

The brilliant pageant
of modern society
abandon, provocative
eyes-the gayety, the
passes before one's
debutantes and their,
handsome patrtners in
the whirl. of life.'

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They taste of its
thrills ma~dly, heed..-F
lessly.. The music of,
the Jazz Age is in
their blood. The bat-
tle of the sexes,, in
which all is fair, en-
thralls them!

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Here tru~ly is a picture
that ,excites and ab-
sorbs. Gorgeous in its
panorama of passion,
tender. in its moonlit
romance, a love. sym-
phony of y oune

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