The programme, shown t>y the Electric.Picture Company on Monday: evening., was of.'isuch general, all-round excellence as to merit a little more than a cursory . notice. The first film shown was entitled "An Otter Study, "and depicted the habits of these animals, and the manner in which :,they, hunted their prey, the pike Xnd perch, with life-like fidelity. -Her last shot,'' illustrated the perils that American pioneers had to pass t'hrough at the time of the last rising of the Chippewa Indians. A coloured scenic, :" Japanese Children," showed that the juveniles of the Far East are very much akin to the ; youngsters of European race in their love of pranks, of sweets, and of all the little.pleasures that •constitute.childhood's happiness. "How he papered the room," showed the immortal Mr' Bunny /endeavouring to economise by ; doing his own paperhanging. His 'efforts in this direction caused roars of i laughter. A number of views showing some of the inmates of the London Zoological •.Garderis,) both birds; and beasts, .. proved most-interesting, particularly to the younger members of thVaudiehce. A number of dramas ami ■ .Additional coriiic pictures .. m^de* up a.programme that was greatly appreciated by, those present. . f..-'V' : --.v
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ELECTRIC PICTURES., Te Puke Times, Volume II, Issue II, 8 April 1913
ELECTRIC PICTURES. Te Puke Times, Volume II, Issue II, 8 April 1913
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