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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1925)
At theTheatres Today
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Oregon -Norma Talmadge !n
Rligh Hippodrome Vaudeville
Norma Talmadge and Eu
gene O'Brien Featured in
; ? -.Famous Novel
"Craustark" has come to lire in
the movies. . " "
'-. It remain for Norma Talmadge.
to transfer the magic witehery of
; Intrigue and romance of the fam
ous , George Barn McCutcheon
Hovel Into an entrancing film pro
duction, but with the aii of Eu-
, gene O'Brien and an excellent sup
Porting Cast she has done just this.
The production, which opened at
: the Oregon theater yesterday,
; irhere It will remain through to
day and tomorrow, is notable prin-
1 clpally for three things: '
! First, it tkes Norma out of the
character roles which won her
fame In such pictures as "Secrets"
and "The Lady," ; and brings her
once more before an admiring pub
lic as the lovely, gracious and ro
matic character they love her best
Second, It brings to life one of
the greatest novels of contempor
Third, of al of the photoplays
ever made from popular stories it
most religiously follows the origi
It is probable that the story of
"Graustark" is too well known to
bear repeating. It cocerns itself
"With the love affair of a princess
an1 an American which, true to
tradition, runs far from smooth.
Eugene O'Brien is the American,
and his return as Norma leading
man will be welcomed by millions
For the rest, the supporting cast
Is unusually strong and exception
ally balanced. It Includes many
prominent cinematic names, as
Marc McDermott. Ray D'Arcy, Al
bert 3rn, Lillian : Lawrence,
Michael Vavitch, Frank Currier,
"Winter Hall, Wanda Hawley and
TI1E OREGON ST ATESM
Popular Actor Is Featured in
Drama Coming to" the
Heiiig This Week
ConradXagel, who ' plays the
leading role in "Sun-Up," a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
ed by Edmund Goulding, which'if
coming to the Heiiig theatre Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday, de
parts. In this new production
from the suave man of the world
type of role in which he has ap.
peared recently with such great
As Rufe In this forceful drama
of the Carolina hills, Nagel has
given one of his most mdur;nf.
portrayals. It is something dis
tinctively different nd more now-
erfully impressive than anything
he has ever done heretofore.
Nagel was born in Keokuk
Iowa. He wa prinrafo-l at TJio-T,
land Park College, Des Moines.
Iowa, and graduated with the de
gree of a bachelor of oratory. He
first appeared on the stage with
The Princess Stock company in
1914. For a year he nlaved in
vaudeville and followed this with
his first successful appearance on-
the New York stage in "Exper
He started in pictures in 1918
for William A. Brady in New
York. Later he came to Holly
wood and since that time haf
pUyed the leading role in a long
list of successful productions, the
most recent being: "Excuse Mo,"
"The Snob," "So This ia Mar
riage," "Cheaper to Marry" and
"The Exquisite Sinner." I
CHURCHES HOLD 1
UPS ALA. Swedish churches
hold a national fortune of- about
J27.000.000 in art treasures. A
general art inventory of churcfc
property was taken as part of a
movement to preserve the nation's
cultural inheritances and the an
tiquities that are representative
for each province. -The average
value of the contents of each
church was estimated at $10,800.
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AN, SALEM, OREGON
NEW ORGANIST. HERE
Harold Vi soot returns to the
new Heiiig tijea;re for nn inde
finite stay. Mr. Windus first
came to Salem 12 years ago to
direct the orchestra in the Wex
ford theatre. A few years later
Mr. Windus started on the Pope
irgan and he is rated today as
3he of the best theatre organists
3a the Pacific coast.
Mr. Windus conies to the Heiiig
direct from the Columbia theatre
in Seattle. Since leaving Salem
ae ha played in San Francisco,
Portland and Seattle. He also
pent two years in Alaska.
Mr. Windus will favor the Sa
tem theatregoers with daily con
certs on the new Kimball unit
organ. Request numbers will be
Mi HIE IW
Vaudeville Program Is Head
ed by Gasetta and Rydell
Today's bill at the Bligh is
headed by the Casetta and Rydell
Revue. It is one of the season's
cleverest dance offerings with
seven people. Two Portland folks
take part in the number. They
ire Hazel Gray, painist, and Don
Ramsdell, dancer, who have been
with the act nearly two years
now. Thi3 is their first appear
ance back home sine jclning the
There will be plenty of fun' in
the offering of Oest and Pagan,
who bill themselves with f'The
Scandinavian Flapper," Comedy
runs in "the entire hit. In ! the
closing number the couple .; put
over an old Norwegian eong , j .
Prank and Grace Webb have a
AckcrmaiL anb" Harris'
MORONI OLSON PLAYERS
The SEW F'
BY ST. JOHN ERVINE
The Queen christens, H. M. S. "Magnificent." Mr.
Irvine has pictured in a drama of compelling pow
er the story of John Thurlow's passion for the
ships he has built, of his son's determination to
break loose from shipbuilding and all our machine
driven civilization and go back to the land, and the
effect of his decision on his own life and his
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 9th
$1.65 $1.10 50c
Tickets now at Atlas and Paltons
comedy act." The man la a. clever
comedian, with good clean
tomedy, and his partner plays a
good foil. ;
Romeo, the king of the accord
ian, billed as "Musical Echoes."
playa anything and everything In
direct firm Krtland
SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1 925
. Van Camp's Pig ia a novelty on
the bill. aVn Camp brings a pig
with him that will he the whole
show. The pig is always ready
to work; and goes through a
series of stunts that will hand
out many laughs.
MAMLA. Inadequate prepara-
Teacher iuilr and Mandolin
k Hour Lessons $1.00
Rear Elks Temple
C. M. Lockwood
24 7 North Commercial Street
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