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About The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1920)
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THE EVENING HERALD. KJJUMATH FALLS, OREGON
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If you art; an admirer of drama
drama that holds 70a In suspense and
(ires you surprises, you will find
thU and the addition of several heart
throbs In the all-tar picture coming;
to the Liberty theatre tonight. It is
called "ThoTGItt Supreme." -'
It la claimed that tMs-TtepuliIIc
'picture U one of the sensations of
'the rear, and the all-star cast ,bone
of the best selected for any screen
production of recent making and un
der the direction of an able director,
O. L. Sellers, they have given- to the
screen a drama of superb action.
Some Idea of the excellence of the
cast may be obtained from the fol
lowing names which are proralent
in the screen's roster of well-known
players. They irer ncrnardDurulriff,
flowing at the
IT'S A GREAT LIFE
Adapted from Mary Robert Itlnehart's famous story,
You're going 'to'iuugh at this fast moving comedy of
the adventures of a couple of nchcol boys.
Don't mlsa It, as It will be shown tonight only.
Jack London's "SEA WOLF"
Starring Hobart Uc worth.
"Always the Best for the Liberty Guest"
Vr. XV. POOLK, Owner ROGKIt D. TOItREY, Musical Director
. . . TONIGHT
J. ," THE GIFT SUPREME."
Bernard Durnlng, the star of "When Bearcat Went Dry," In a
great 'drama of human emotions and noble sacrifice.
Virile Frank Mayo, In this story of the North Woods, will bring
you to the sweet smell of balsam In the cool, dark woods and the
, bolt murmur of the pines, In
"THE RED LANE"
Coming Sunday "The Money Changers"
Seena Owen, tan Chancy, Jack Cur
tis, Melbourno MacDowell, Harry
Lonsdale, Anna Irnandez and sev
Several of Holman Day's gripping
stories of the North Main woods
have found their -way to the stage
and screen, and of these none, Is mora
entertaining than "The lied 1-ane."
bqlng exhibited at the Liberty thea
tre. Prank Mayo, star of "The Ilruto
Breaker." "I.asca" and other recent
success, has the chief role In this
photodrama of primitive people and
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What was your Idea of "a great'
life" when ou were about I"?
Did your Imagination carry you
off to distant lands: scented, myster
ious Islands In far-off seas, where
blue waves hissed upon a coral strand
and the sun splashed the cliffs with'
Mnrr llnharti It InMinrt'a famous
book, "The Kmplre Builders." told !
an enchanting tale of two boys In a
prep school and the dreams they ,
wove. So cloterly did she" catch the
spirit of bo hood, the ludicrous as
pects of puppy love, tho atmosphcro
of the school and Its scholars, that
the book rivalled Her greatest suc
cesses In popularity.
You are weary of over-sophisticat
ed heroines, of cuvo man heroes, of
Kngllsh drawing-room drama, of ar
tificial farce, of blatant slap-stick
You are eager for a new and differ
ent note In screen production.
"It's A ttrcat Life" Is built on n
fresh, original theme, a theme that
holds u world of Interest for every
body. It deals with the humorous as
pects of adolescence that stage of
life when the boy wavers comically
upon the threshold of manhood, at
the Star theatre tonight.
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