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Shown for the First Time
THIS announces the first
presentation of George Kleine's
greatest cinematographic achie v e me n t--th e
most costly, most elaborate motion picture novel ever pre-
sented-Billie B urke in Gloria's Romance. Without con-
sideration of cost, the greatest factors in literary, theatrical
and motion picture endeavor have been combined in this ef-
fort to bring out an extraordinary film production-to give
you something exceptional in photographic art. Nearly a mil-
lion dollars has been spent to do it.
In Gloria's Romance you'll see an all
star supporting cast headed by Henry Kolker.
You'll see the smooth, finished acting of a capable cast, en-
gaged-each for the part-without consideration of cost.
You'll see these stars interpret this interesting, absorbing
novel by Mr. & Mrs. Rupert Hughes, with remarkable skill.
And, as the films unfold this inspiring and cheerful story be-
fore your eyes, the soft, appealing notes of especially syn-
chronized music will meet your ears.
In Gloria's Romance, you'll see the
charming star, Billie Burke, at her best. You'll see
Billie Burke portray the role of Gloria Stafford-sixteen, vivacious,
and daughter of a bank president. You'll see her at Palm Beach,
Florida, in settings of wonderful palms and everglades. You'll see
her in new gowns of magnificent design, patterned by such noted
modistes as Lucile, Henri Bendel and Balcom especially for illie
Burke in Gloria's Romance.
Gloria's Romance IS an exceptional
photoplay. The authors, Mr. & Mrs. Rupert
Hughes, have given their best effort to make this production an expo-
sition of photo-drama possibilities. The star, Billie Burke, has devot-
ed several months to the interpretation of this play. The producer,
George Kleine, has turned every attention to the making of this, his
greatest cinematographic achievement. You, your family, your
grandfolk and your children are now invited to enjoy this superior
work of screen literature.
Shown for the first time next Thursday at
. Feature Program in Addition.
Special Admission 15c. Season Ticket 20 C