QUEEN'S THEATRE. The weekly change of films, screened for the first time yesterday, includes some line pictures. ‘Out of the Depths;’ is the. title id the big picture. The war side of the programme is upheld by ‘The Battle Around Dixmnde’ and ' Xicnpnrt and the Vser Canal.’ ‘.MI at Sea’ and • Courting of Cora ' arc the comedies of the series, while ‘Where the Mountains Meet’ ts an excellent drama. PlTvzT ITCTL'B KS. Among the manv enjoyable items at t bc- Pia/.a. Picture Palace is ‘ ”l he Bells oi Rheinis,' telling the. story of a, dastardly outrage Another fine iihn is ‘ Xew Bonds Mascot' idrarna). The many other pictures screened help to make an excellent programme, which will he shown at the usual session# to-day. KIX(EDWARD THEATRE. The South Dunedin theatre offers a great attraction in a.' Vitagra-ph film entitled ‘'The Passing of Diana/ An everpopniar Keystone comedy, ‘Fatly s Debut,' is included in the programme. 'I lie same series will he screened throughout the afternoon and evening
FULLERS' Pit TCUKE. ‘The Spark Eternal.' a. fine drama, showing the inliucr.ee of a good woman's love, heads the eurrenl programine at the King's Theatre. (liner pictures are ■ Dotihly Crossed.' • i.ittle Mischief,' ' P.a.the War Gazette.’ and ' In the Hands of the Kindly Jlntch.' The satne pictures will he shown to-night. TiAYAY ABBS’ PICTURES. ■ One of the lincst dramas that has been si reennd at the Octagon ll,all for some considerable time is 'The Pdng and the Man.' which heads the current programme. The acting and the photography of this film are splendid, and the story it port rays is a most interesting one. J lie supporting subjects are aii oi good fpiahly. Tim same picture? will he shown to-night.
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AMUSEMENTS, Evening Star, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915