The Octagon Theatre was well patronised last evening-. ' Krons tacit' is the star picture. The programme is an excellent one all round, and will he shown for the last time to-night. Monday's attraction will be a fine war film, 'Canadians Rally Round the Flap.' In addition to thfs film an entertaining set of pictures is promised. The star film, a production bv Patho Freres, France, is a grim storv of revolution and the overthrow' of a dynasty somewhere in the Balkans. The supporting films are all up to the high standard set by this theatre. A fine musical programme has been selected, opening with ' Raymon' as an overture. The evening attraction should be pleasing and bright. PRINCESS THEATRE. The- company at present appearing at the Princess Theatre will give their final performance to-night. TheAlagpiefi, Herman and Shirley, and '.Mis* Rosa Lee Ivy have all had a very successful season. FULLERS' PICTURES. The King's Theatre was again well siI tended at the different sessions yesterday. ' The Guiding Hand ' is a particularly iiij teresting story, while the. war pictures are among the principal attractions. • QUEEN'S THEATRE. The current series of pictures, which have attracted big audiences to the Queen's Theatre, will be shown for the last time to-night. The big film of the. programme is -The Live Wire.' a splendid drama, which is closely supported by the Keystone production 'Fatty's Gift* and other films. PLAZA PICTURES. To-night the current scries of pictures will be screened for the last time. The programme is a capital one, being nicely varied so as to suit all tastes. KING EDWARD THEATRE. Big crowds have been attracted to tha new theatre at South Dunedin by a splendid series of pictures headed by the picture adaptation of the popular song, ' The Soul's Awakening.' The programme will be repeated to-night. 'ADVENTURES OF MISS TOMBOY.' A Yit.igraph star comedy bearing the abr.ve title is the special attraction at the New Queen's Theatre on Monday next. This is eaid to be the best comedy eve.' produced by the Vita.graph Company, and spccia!lr features the inimitable John », Bunny.' although Lillian Walker and Willie Van are capital confederates for the grotesque-looking John Bunny when laughter is aimed at. Miss Walker appears as I'unny's daughter—an irrepressible tomhnv. whose wanks are encouraged by 'Willie. Van as a wealthy young man who wants to become her husband. When recently screened in Wellington critics and public: alike went ec-slasi-' 1 ". over this emissary from laujTcer lar.d. whi'-h wa« the mo.iw of drawing huge crowds ni/hily. A really excellent siippcrtiiiL' series -n ill be selected in conjunction with the above.
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AMUSEMENTS, Evening Star, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915
AMUSEMENTS Evening Star, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915
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