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9 plaza Pi(-i:ri:j->. ' The herein ".-,' :i s'urv 'if sr Marin:: iili'. continue to ai tract J>;ir!■ »i !•■ the ,111 v.iir b:id::r".. make lip .1 programme of liL:!i merit. KIN'C KDWAIiI) TIIKATPK. 'l'hf cnilor'abic ami commodious Kin.; Ed-vaid Tmaire is ;m ;.i t ra<-t ion in iis-li . J,,-. i„.,. ~„«■ is \added th-re i.-. ii.. uo.-d ;.. uvuo tin 1 patrouau.:' "f the South hum din people. ' The limy iili.i the Mali ' is the prim ipiil film, ami'a -J."v.r, mi ■. liui ail the others arc ;:!)!" t'i hold lil" attention from start to (in-h. Tin' 1)1,' " !HV:|:'l V picUiro " i't t ijiC x )iu .:mi".< i- iiioi-,. t'iia.'i o'-,l; narily at t r.n;: \e. fin' it appeals iiol only a.- n "..ii a.-led drama, jilio'i „'.!aph( ii ill -Mr oil- (li-'i'i'.'ii .-.•irrniiniiiuo-. Iml as a psych. !o . : ,oal study. I'iir iin-i..- i-ollli-lvii-: fun the comedy ' !! s Hli in i liar-io of a -only --.'lit lonian in an invalid chair, if riiTT'i« ;'i 11 to boat. The ..titer supports arc w.'ll iiji to the standard. HAVWAiIDS' PKITPLS. ' The Pin- anil the Man.' a story ~f lovr ami po'.fl io*. is poll rayed in the ehvi' picture ai. the Oota-o:i Ha!h Alt..;:ether tiv . nrreiil pm-rainm- is '■> a iikiM enjnvahle niiiiirc. ami contains plenty of va.rietv. The theatre "ill bo np-n a? iifnal to-nidit. FULLERS' PICTURES. 'l'lio current programme at the King's Theatre is a most/ interesting and enter taininu ono. The chief picture is a drama entitled - The, .Spark Eternal.' and it Is veil supported liy a number of oUier sub ;eets. including •'Double (Tossed.' a pivtlv <hil.l studv. and • Jle Woke I'p In Tii,., ' and 'Slid,' A .Mess' (comedies'. The samprogramme will be screened again ihieveuiny.

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AMUSEMENTS, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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AMUSEMENTS Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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