"PECK'S BAD GIRL." AT THE LYCEUM TO-NIGHT.
A drama which seems to have been made to order for Mabel Normand is being screened at the Lyceum this evening and to-morrow, " Peck's Bad Girl," from the story of the same uame. The film is a Goldwyn production, and the supporting cast lias been chosen with great care. The story tells of a young girl who had such an excess of the joy of life that ?he kept the whole village in a, state of alarm as to what her next performance would be. Her principal exploit is to close a bank and cause a riot, but she makes amende later by waylaying a gang of burglars who are out to rob the bank. She fascinates the detective wlio is on their track, and the picture ends with -an in prospect. There is a good excuse for fine dresses in part of the stnry, and Mabel mixes the in rather amusingly. There is a delightful intermingling of laughter with serious situations' throughout the picture, which is one of the best of the Mabel Normand series.
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"PECK'S BAD GIRL." AT THE LYCEUM TO-NIGHT., Feilding Star, Volume XV, Issue 3825, 11 August 1919
"PECK'S BAD GIRL." AT THE LYCEUM TO-NIGHT. Feilding Star, Volume XV, Issue 3825, 11 August 1919
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