THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y„ THURSDAY. APRIL 25. 1929 9200 Features From Footlights Ariel Filmland ‘ Bozo ’ Snyder Famous Silent Comedian Heads Bill at Keith ‘ Wolf of Wall Street ’ Portrays Feverish Booms of Bull Market THE ONE AND ONLY TOMMY “ BOZO ” SNYDER AND HIS FANTASTIC REVUE AND OTHER R. K. O. HEADLINERS — ON THE SCREEN WITH SOUND — Tommy \Boto\ Snyder famous alien! comedian who formerly played In Barney Gerard ’ e \Follies of the Day\ la appearing at the Keith Albee today, tomorrow and Saturday with a Radio Keith Or- pheum \Fantaetio rtevue ’ wnlch has a caat of ten specialty jlrr- formera and a dancing chorua of fourteen accompllahed mlaaea. All the gsm* of Snyder comedy which for ao long delighted vaudeville and burlesque audiences have been In corporated In thla apeedy enter tainment of good fun Sam Greene partner of the al- waya allent \Bozo\ la th« talkative half of the Snyder-Oreena combina tion. When he naked the Inimitable \Bozo\ for an Interview he merely pointed mutely at Greene. \To tell the truth,\ aaid Greene, \he laye awake night* wondering whether or not to *ver let the pub lic ’ In on hla aeoreL Can he talk or la he dumb? Some day, perhape. we will admit that he la dumb or prove that he can talk. - If* been a good many yenra now, though, and only a few of ua know the real CHILDREN OF THE RIT Sensational Battle High Light In ‘ Sioux Blood ’ at Loews Strand Eatabllahlng a war veteran*' poet of American Indian*, while engaged In filming a motion picture wu the interesting t**k of Tim MoCoy, when he filmed “ Sioux Blood.\ hi* Mstro-Ooldwyn-M*y*r adven ture drama coming Friday to Loew'a Strand Thaater. In Glacier National Park, where many of th* thrilling scene* filmed, among tb* 400 Blackfeet In dian* appearing In tb* ploture were a considerable number who had aeen service In the World War, In cluding one former commissioned Dave Friedman, assistant director of th* plctur*. 1 * a prominent offi cer In the Veterans of Foreign Ware, and he and McCoy originated l original American* on th* location. Th* new plctur# I* a vivid drama of two brothtr*. separated la In fancy, with one raised as an dlan. th* other as a whits i Thrilling chases between cavalry and redskins, a sensational battle, and other dramatic highlights mark •w play, which John Wate™ All of th* f«v«rlsh excitement and hysteria that accompanies .a \bull drive\ on the Wall Street stock market nan seen captured in George Bancroft's new starring pic ture for Paramount, \The Wolf of Wall Street,\ now playing at Loew ’ a State. i accomplish this. Paramount went to unusual length* In cant as sembly and set construction. The Interior of the New York Exchange was duplicated In detail for one of the major sequences of Jhe story and Hollywood and Lo* Angeles were scoured ror men who Were fa miliar with brokcrag* methods on \the floor.\ The** man, many of them recruited from down-town of fices In the financial district, were eager to see th* Interior of a mo tion picture studio and to play be fore the camera, and their enthus iasm, coupled with the directorial ability of Rowland V. Lee, brought out convincing performance* from eaoh of them. The scenes on the floor of the stock market aro de clared to be highly dramatic and authentic portrayals of what actu ally happeaa dally In this \financial heart of the world.\ _ Raclanova, Nancy Carroll. Paul Lukas, among others, are Included In the cast playing In Bancroft's ipport. . The story of \-The Wolf of him. Mrs. Country Doctor: And what seema to be wrung \Well I donno. 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