AMUSEMENTS. THE KING'S THEATRE.
Pharos and Baby Alma- delighted a crowded audience at the King's Theatre last night. Pharos was very successful in the 'packing case mystery.' The assistant was nailed cfown, tied securely in,' view of the audience, and in it few" seconds Pharos and the baby emerged from sarnie. The* brilliant conjurer and! . entertainer was greeted with loud applause at the conclusion of his turn, Baby Alma also coming in for a big share* of the plaudits. Their "reappearance on Thames will be always welcomed*
To-night's picture series, promises to be one of the best yeb presented, featuring as it does The Lion Tamer'a Revenge, ai circus story of love, jealousy, aiid intrigue. Acrobats, horse* riders, tumlblers, etc., also appear. This film alone should be a big draw, Aaeonip/Unying the fetla*" will be Fugitive from; Justice (;Lubin). Apache Renegade (KaTeni) and Little Sheriff, an S. and1 A. photo play;' Military Evolutions of the Dragooi* Guards, and Bflk'an War Crisis,, specially instructive and! interesting 1, should be* P'nt*-e Gazette". Among, the comedies. Holding the 'Fort. (Edison), Helping John (Edison), featuring Miriam Ne^bitt and BigeloW Cooper) r,nd He's N"ew Cane, are most prominent. The oi-chestra will render new. and tuneful music.
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AMUSEMENTS. THE KING'S THEATRE., Thames Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 14474, 13 March 1913
AMUSEMENTS. THE KING'S THEATRE. Thames Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 14474, 13 March 1913
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