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PLAZA PICTURES. The big draw' at the Plaza Theatre (George Street) this week is an adaption of Garwood's novel ‘ Isabel,' entitled ‘ln Defiance of the Law.' But there are many other subjects of interest, particularly the war films. Next week tiic public will have an opportunity of seeing Sir Herbert Tree in ‘Trilby.’ QUEEN'S THEATRE. A most enthralling detective story, ‘ The Woman With Red Hair, - is the great attraction on the Queen's Theatre new bill, but there are many films hardly less attractive —notably a Keystone comedy and the war gazettes. KING EDWARD THEATRE. A picture version of Max - Pemberton's novel ‘ Kronstadt ’ bulks largest on the current offering at the King Edward Theatre (South Dunedin). It makes splendidly exciting fare. ‘THE CLIMAX.’ Miss Florence Young, supported by Mr Claude Bantock, Mr Edmund Sherras, and Mr Reginald Roberts gave their second performance of ‘ The Climax,’ at His Majesty's Theatre last evening. Music and comedy are two strong features in the production. Miss Young and her talented company will appear for the last time to-night. PRINCESS THEATRE. “Tire Magpies,” the talented company of musical comedy artists now appearing at the Princess Theatre, delighted another large audience last evening. They supply the first part of the. entertainment. Antony the most notable of a notable set of performers appearing later in the evening are Shirley, a wonderful contortionist, and Rosa Lee Ivy, who possesses an excellent voice. Attention is drawn to the fact that this programme will be given for four more nights only. FULLERS’ PICTURES. The current programme at the King’s Theatre includes interesting and up-to-date pictures. Prominent in the senes is a number of war views, showing Algerian and Belgian soldiers, Indian troops leaving Bom lay, Dixmude, part of the French fleet, 'and. some pictures of the great leaders of the present war. The same programme will be screened again to-night. HAYWARDS’ PICTURES. ‘ Kronstadt,’ the cinematograph’s version of Max Pemberton’s novel, which is now showing at the Octagon Hall, was reproduced under the supervision of the author himself, and so faithfully follows the written story, which has been read with great pleasure by so many. There are also a number of other good pictures in the programme, which will be shown again to-night.

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AMUSEMENTS, Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915

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AMUSEMENTS Evening Star, Issue 15693, 6 January 1915