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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, December 10, 1929, Image 13

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THE DAILY TRESS, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y„ TUESDAY. DECEMBKK 10. IW Features From Footlights And Filmland Night Parade ” Fast Moving Drama of Life Along Broadway How Broadway ravala altar dark ia seen and heard In Radio Pic ­ ture#' all-talking \Night Parade.\ one a! the year's outstanding dra ­ matic achievements. coming to the R- K- O. Kellh-Albee tomorrow lor three days. Plotting, thrills, romance —all blend the make \Night Parade\ an attraction that Is winning the plau ­ dits of critics and fans the coun- ltle .as It Is lived along the great White Way The theme has to do with a young boxing champion who Is not only the Idol of the world but the object of devotion on the part of bis father and foster slater. A plot is hatched In the labyrinth of Man ­ hattan night life which seriously threatens the love, honor and standing of Bobby Murray, played by Hugh Trevor. How It works out forms tremendous drama. ••Night Parade\ Is tadten from the stage play written by George Abbott, Edward Paremore and Hyatt Daab. In the Radio Pic ­ tures' production, the stage play la augmented with action and many big settings that would not be poe- alble In the narrow confines of the The set designed and built under Alteen Pringle, featured player In \Night Parade\ opening at RKO Keith-A1 bee tomorrow. ample of the newes dlo settings, being the nth degree. picture, the Chinese authentic Chinese music as played by Oriental entertainers, and alt the myriad, colorful sound effect* of picturesque China are hrought to the screen in Shanghai Lady.\ Universal s all-taldlng production of the famous stage success by John Colton, which will open aU the State Theater on Wednesday^ \Shanghai Lady.\ starring tdauti- ful and exotic Mary Nolio/-aup- I ported by James Murray. | reality the Orient brought 111 I Occident through the medium of | the talking photoplay It la a htrds- eys view of the dives and dens of the Far East, of Its kaleidoscopic Oriental pageantry, of Its mystery | Whole at reels In exact reproduc ­ tion of celebrated localities In ! Shanghai were built especially for 1 the production and hundreds of na ­ tive Chinese In their picturesque I Oriental costumes were used by ! John Robertson. the director. Against this background Is told an With a mala chorus of thirty i voices and an orchestra of fifty j places, \Marianne.\ Marlon Davies'; latest starring vehicle for Metro-' Goldwyn-Mayer. an all-talking pic ­ ture, which la at Loew ’ s Strand Theater today has corns to the talking screen. It la said, a* a rival THE MAN HATER a few of them not even remember ­ ing hitting the ball. I Judged from this that they had concentrated so Intently upon the result of the shot that they were not aware of the execution of tbs blow. My own THE NOVICE ud THE DUKE\ ~ -TSgSTja-ASSfr — ~\SHtearsTEBW i — •sEtwvr R-K-O i;n iii-Aim i. — last T imes tonight — On the Stage -arwtewn ha BTHKLMEM R-K-O VIBITINO STABS ha \TOUNO NO WHIRRS\ with R-K-OXIANB TOMORROW — THURSDAY — FRIDAY ALI-DIALOG LOVE DRAMA/ __ . HUGH TMVCRr __________ ______ ■ A1LHN PMN6lggJXHIOIHr OUUtVfS. * A D l . q, q AE J .C T \U t t ON THE STAGE Peter Higgins and R-K-O ’ lian* With ALL NEW STAGE REVUE R-K-O- HEADLINERS Good Shots Most Prevalent When Little Thought Is Given to Technique Employed By GENE SARAZKN LOEWI /TATE WHITE PLAINS IZZZT3 LAST TIMES TODAY ELLIOTT NUGENT wt SALLY STASX in “ SO THIS IS COLLEGE\ M-G-M'H Al.ly-TAX.Rf NG. SINGING CAM I'UK OOKEBT AND SELECTED BIC TIME VAUDEVILLE WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY ud FRIDAY Mary Nolan and Jamea I Dim of Oriental dives ant tomorrow. Chinese Music and Dialects Reproduced In ‘ ‘ Shanghai Lady ’ Male Chorus Scores Big Hit In Phonofilm “Marianne ” at Strand \Just You -Just Me' snd \Hang on to Me.\ by Greer and Klages. \Su ­ gar,\ \Oo La La La In\ and \Mari ­ anne.\ by Turk and Ahiert. and \Blondy by Brown and Freed. All the numbers ere sung Individ ­ ually by the cast principal* Miss Davies. Lawrence Gray. Cliff (Uke-| lele Ike) Edwards. Benny Rubin and George Baxter, with the mass ­ ed vocal and Instrumental ensem ­ bles providing a stirring back ­ ground of harmony Robert Z. Leonard directed the musical movie, his first mlerophon- Ing experience. The story deal* with the A. E F. In France after the signing of the armistice. Miss Davies plays a French peasant girl. appealing love story of two white outcasts who had drifted by sep ­ arate paths to the same rendezvous or refuge: Madame Polly Voo ’ s pic ­ turesque “ tea shop.\ where girls of all nationalities vied for the patron ­ age of wanderers from the four comer* of the world. PROBE JJOARD Five Prominent Citizens Hear Charges Against Members of Os ­ sining Village Administration The \Ossining village tJoard today began an Investigation of Itself with a committee of five prominent cl til* ns named by President Wil ­ liam H. Jackson to act as Jury. The Investigation will begin with an effort to learn who removed S58 paving blocks from the village park where they were to be used In a re ­ paving program and dumped them In a remote vacant lot. From that point the Investigation will delve Into three recently sign ­ ed village contracts for bridge and road work. Lut runes Today MARION DAVIES la \MARIANNE ” All Talking - Singing W ith LAWRENCE GRAY BENNY RUBIN | The Most Tuneful Talkie Yet ! Ul\l !•' 2 - 'I Mills .uT-d-Wuc. AND FIVE BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS Featuring the Musical Comedy Star* Ted LORRAINE 8 MINTO Jack I with MLLE. MARGARET DAVIES IN \BITS OF HITS” Hears! Metro ton* Newa-M-G-M New. Wed., TW, Dac. 11-12 GEORGE JESS EL la - “ LOVE. LIVE tad LAUGH ” | All Talking With mi i . st H r Flayed the Song of Las* amd | Laughed At Ufa

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