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Marian Nixon; Mr. Jesse, Bert Roach; Cleaver,
Anders Randolf; George, Raymond Turner; Brunette,
Jocelyn Lee.



Every advertisement in PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE is guaranteed.



Photoplay Magazine for December, 1929



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i& BROADWAY



Broadway — Mecca of millions . . . now the roiind-the«
corner resort of all America, thanks to Vitaphone!

Vitaphone obliterates the miles that used to separate you
from the Street of Streets, and j brings Broadway to you.

From the world's great stages, Vitaphone is transplanting

g, and dramatic stars



the most celebrated singing, dancing,

and "acts" to the screens of thousands of theatres.



Check up on the attractions at your local Vitaphone
theatres every week. Events are on the way which you
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calibre. Look for it before you step up to the box-office.

Vitaphone is the registered trade mark of the i'itaphone Corporation




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Photoplay Magazine for December, 1929




OH, YEAH !

vfith

ROBERT ARMSTRONG and

JAMES GLEASON

A comedy of that class of society

wliich travels under, not in, Pullmans.

Directed by TAY G VRNETT









RED HOT RHYTHM

with ALAN HALE

A picture that turns "Tin Pan Alley**

inside out and reveals its human sid&

Directed by LEO McCAREY

Supervised by

WILLIAM CONSELMAN




CONSTANCE BENNETT
in RICH PEOPLE

A look at life from the viewpoint of
those who have so much money they
ran't get out from under its depresding
influence!

Directed by

EDWARD H. GRIFFITH

RALPH BLOCK

Associate Producer



WILLIAM
BOYD




J^j ^sf Command

with Dorothy Sebastian

All the world loves a lover and a "rookie" — and William
Boyd is both in this romantic story of the making of a
"first-class fighting man." The scene of the action is laid
at renowned Fort Riley in Kansas, around which so
much thrilling frontier history was written in the days
of the old West.

The participation of the entire Second and Thirteenth
U.S. Cavalry regiments lends an authentic military flavor
to HIS FIRST COMMAND that quite lifts it out of the
realm of "make-believe." If you want action, thrills,
laughs and romance, see it when it comes to your local
theatre!

Directed l.y GREGORY LA CAVA RALPH BLOCK, Associate Producer

ALL MUSIC-ALL SOUND-ALL DIALOGUE

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These physicians made
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But I know we're all femi-
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The title of dermatologist right-
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{The 73 leading dermatologists who
approved Camay were selected by Dr.
Pusey who, for 10 years, has been th*'
editor of the official journal of the
dermatologists of the United States.)

Camay is a Procter & Gamble soap [called Calay in Canada]





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