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AMUSEMENTS

NEW QUEEN’S THEATRE. The Queen's continuous programme is attracting consistently large audiences: The- Titagraph, sta.r comedy, ‘The Adventures of Miss Tomboy,’ is both sensational and amusing, as portrayed by John B Jiny, Li : tan Wall; ■or, and company. There are several good war films. PLAZA PICTURES. ‘Trilby,’ with Sir Herbert Tree in the role of Srengali, is a notable attraction <m the continuous, programme at the Plaza. Picture. Palace. The remainder of the bill is almost equally good, KING- EDWARD THEATRE. South 'Dunedin’s home of continuous pictures continues to cater well for its large coterie of patrons. At. present the fine military drama ‘King in .Name Alone’ is the prime draw. HAYWARDS’ PICTURES. The. Pat ho Frorps’ colored film, a military drama, entitled ‘A King in Name Alone’ is intensely thrilling, and will prove an undoubted draw during the present week at, the Octagon Hall. A tine picture of the embarkation of the. Canadian troops is also an attraction, and the oilier supports are well up to the mark. FULLERS’ PICTURES. A programme that will be hard to beat for interesting and amusing pictures is now’ being shown at. the King’s Theatre, the continuous picture show in Dowling street. The film of the Xew York police carnival holds the attention throughout. The drama. ‘ln the Shadow of Disgrace’ is an appealing one, and the sympathies of the audience go out to the woman who suffers that she might keep her word. The other supports are all find-class.

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AMUSEMENTS, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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AMUSEMENTS Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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