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KING'S Th« Theatre that KING'S ING'S, lets the Standard. KING'S COMMENCING FRIDAY. COMMENCING FRIDAY. COMMENCING FRIDAY. COMMENCING FRIDAY. "'he Greatest of All Dramatio Stories, "BARS Of IRON!" "BARS OF IRON!" "BARS OF IRON!" "BARS OF IRON!" • "BARS OF IRON!" "EARS OF IRON!" "BARS OF IRON!" "BARS OF IRON!" "BARS OF IRON!" • "BARS OF IRON!" k tKfobbinir, vivid picturisation of tho greatest dramatic story of England's favourite author, ETHEL M. DELL. ETHEL M. BELL. -, . ETHEL M. DELL. x ETHEL M. DELL.' ETHEL M. DELL. ETHEL M. DELL. '■■ ETHEL M. DELL. , ETHEL M. DELL. ETHEL M. DELL. ETHEL M. DELL. \ TW« thrilling story from the pen of the most popular novelist of the1 da-.V revolve* around the tragedy of an idle hour, whioh. builds well-nigh insuperable "Bars of Iron" between n. man- nnd the woman he loves. Cleverly does Ethel M. Dell build on this theme an entrancing story that riiris the wholo gamut ,of human emotions. Trigedf Passion * Impuls* Hate Comedy Remorse , Suspensß Rcnunoiafcion' And Love; . . l "BARS OF IRON!" "BARS OF IRON!" "BARS OF IRON!" /'BARS OF IRON!" A more brilliant success than "THE KEEPER OF THE DOOR" "THE KEEPER OF THE DOOR" And . "THE ROCKS OF VALPRE," v "THE ROCKS OF VALPRE," - By the same author, ■■■■■■ ETHEL M. DELL. ' ETHEL M. DELL. ' ETHEL M. DELL. ETHEL M. DELL. ETHEL M. DELTJ. - ETHEL M. DELL. Also, LARRY SEMON, LARRY SEMOfc, The Comedy King, In his most Laughable. Ptoture-*----"THE BAKERY!" "THE BAKERY!" "THE BAKERY!" Plan at The Bristol till s—after 5 at the Theatre. Telephone 22-212. HERE'S "SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT" COMMENCING AT THE PRINCESS THEATRE. RINCESS THEATRE. FRIDAY. ' FRIDAY. , i GIGANTIC DOUBLE-FEATURE PROGRAMME. Headed by. the Paramount Special, "SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT." "SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT." "SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT." "SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT." a A Photo-Drama or surpassing magnificence. Enooted by; an all-star cast, including GLORIA SWANSON, ELLIOTT DEXTER, THEODORE. ROBERTS, MONTY BLUE. » • , ■ Second Feature: . PEPPY DOROTHY GISH PEPPY DOROTHY GISH f " "In a Comedy Romance, "FLYING- PAT." You1 vo heard of Princess Pit U Come along and see. "Flying Pat." She goes up at 7 p.m.' evenings and .3.45 p.m. afternoons. - ' m Mack. Sennott Comedy, ' . ' "DABBLING IN ART" A Programme that is certainly •SOMETHING' TO THINK ABOUT." Pleasant - Prices—Afternoons, Adults, Is Id; children, fid. Evenings, after 5 p.m., Stallsj Is Id; Circle, Is 7d. PRINCESS. ' PRINCESS. BRITANNIA, Continuous from 11 RITANNIA,.- a .m. Daily. t,AST NIOHT! LAST NIGHT! WILLIAM RUSSELL WILLIAM RUSSELL , \ .... WILLIAM RUSSELL In » thrilling story of Western Pluck and Luck. "SINGING RIVER." "SINGING RIVER." "SINGING MVER." "SINGING RIVER." "SINGING RIVER." Also, , Universal Pictures Present Herbert rawlinson v herbert rawlinson 'In George Bronson Howard's Mightiest • ■■■■ ' Molo-Drania,1 "dOME THROUGH!" '"" "COME THROUGH!" ' , "COMli THROUGH!" Telephone 358. LAST NIGHT! LAST NIGHT! At fh» STRAND fHEATRI TRAND THEATRI Slarshall Neilan's Super-Sensational Drama, "GO AND GET It!" ; "GO AND GET IT!" A drama of newspaper life in New York, i, , Starrinir AVESLEY BARRY, PAT O'MALLY, AGNES AYRES. •A delightful actress in a delightful picture, CONNIE TALMADftE. CONNIE TALMADGE. In ' 'IN SEARCH OF A SINNER!" "IN SEARCH OF. A SINNER!" OUR THEATRE. NEWtOwN. UR THEATRE, NEWTOWN. ."THE SKY PILOT." From the Famous Novel by Ralph Connor, "the sky Pilot." "BANG." A Top-hotcher "BANG". Comedy, GAZETTE. TOPICAL. ■ OUR ORCHESTRA. Poors open 7 p.m. Coma Early. CJEASIOE PICTUREB, LYALL BAY, Complete Change of Programme Every night. TO-NIGHT! TONIGHT I TOM MIX in • ' "THE SPEED MANIAC!" Also Coraedv, texturing ' TOM MIX in "SIX CYLINDER LOVE !"■

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Post, Volume CII, Issue 138, 8 December 1921

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