The programme now running at the King's well deserved the 'big house which greeted it last evening. The pictures were really excellent. "The Lord and the Peasant" is a capital Edison feature film, and " A Smuggler's Daughter" is a splendid western drama .with a powerful plot. "The Cowboy's Mother" is a drama, to describe-which, it is sufficient to say that it is a Selig production. "A Bird's-Eye View of Paris" gives one a fine idea, of the lay-out of the gay city. ""Helping John" and "A Stern Papa" are two amusing comics. Several other very "interesting films make up a good programme, which will be screened again to-night.
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KING'S PICTURES, Wanganui Chronicle, Issue 12857, 27 December 1912
KING'S PICTURES Wanganui Chronicle, Issue 12857, 27 December 1912
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