PRINCESS THEATRE. Another bumper house applauded the. efforts of the lireunan-I'ulk-r vaudeville combination at the Princess Theatre last night. The big attraction is Leslie Holme's Comedy Costume, Company, and this turn is supported by R<va Loader, Brown and Sorlie, and Ci'cui. Wc-stin. FULLERS' PICTURES. •The Dvienco of Alo~i' and other interesting war pictures are attracting numerous audiences to the King's Theatre. The other films include ' 3iis Phantom Friend' ieomedy). 'Foolish Agreement,' and "Sparrow of the Circus' (dramas'. A capital picture is that showing Iving-burgh willllJn.tr tli<* Melbourne Cup. II.WWARRS' PICTURES. • Sixty Years a. Queen ' is the title of a picture which is being shown at the Octagon this week. It. is undoubtedly one of the best of it- kind seen here. It is a story of the life of the lite Queen Victoria, complete in every way. The vast film covers that re-cord reign in every detail, and provides a wealth of variety and interest. The various characters are true to life, and the acting and stage scenery arc of the best. .V the story is uniurhd Mr Barrio Marsehel lectures on the various incidents portrayed with line effect. The extra pictures are 'The Battle of Aio-t," "The Melbourne. Cup, 1914,' and the h.te-i; 'War Uazette.' 'J'he management announces that a matinee will lie giv; u tomorrow, commencing sharp at £."io. QUEEN'S THEATRE. "'J'he Mystery ,01 t/no Stolen Document?,' an absorbing aram.-i, Wealing with the. diplomatic relations of Portugal, heads the current programme at. the Queen'* Theatre. ' IV.mnv Buv.s a liaiem.' "The. Alolbomne Cup of 1914,' 'The Defence of Ah-wt,' '.Mons and Gaston, from Paris,' and ''J'lk' FionLs of Norway' are the titles of iho .Mippor'-incr ij]r>>, wiiich are ail of good quality, 'lln: -aire proemmuT- will b<> *howi<. ;'g;»iu to-night. * PLAZA PICTURES. 'Filler Prints-.' an oxciting detective drama, is the chiei attraction at- the Plaza Picture-". Tin- piogiamme. also includes 'The (Vnintei foitor'is Daughter' (drama). 'The P>oard-ei\s Mistake' (comedy), and pictures showing *eer.v<-; in Belgium, spoils of war captured from tin: B-algians. a trench .shelter on the Oise, arid other in teresting views. Th? pingranm:<.' will be shown again to-night.
ni'CARi) an]) emx<; sung lom. Tlifsri t'.vo wiil ojvni at- Hi* Majesty's Theatre to-morrow nijrht tor :i seven nights' f'flPM! The illusions aftmade except km.illy rnuviainin'.; by tho starring, the filoikdji-tra.de. aii] ;ira) r.s iviripris.inii ono of the hire-eM, «-v< r uihon <>> i tour, licuttiittl furmvs are produced from nothing on a. audience, and 1 hey disappear mysteriouslv. Tho work of Chin;.' Sum l/« in Ihc'"P:mvl «IHJ My.stery" and '" The. Bride, of the. Air"' inuciL ]■>•■: to be ■uTidevslo. >d. The. 'supnoi-tiru p-<n formers include. Mu-'.-es. .-.;:■' Clare, '.Mr Ciiv.;illi, tho two Franklins. :n:<] Mr AHc.i, ■who produce rnv>sie, rnr.'. and story during intervals. 'Hi-? box plan is at 111-'' thvjden. ~,,d da;.' .-.'.. ■ 'V. h- r,< ' •■ t on Saturday.
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AMUSEMENTS, Evening Star, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914