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in Song and Dance Numbers: Sue Carol, Lola Lane.
Sharon Lynn, Dixie Lee, Melva Cornell. Paula
Langlen. Carolynne Snowden. Jeannctte Dancey,
David Percy, David Rollins, Bobby Burns, Frank
Richardson, Henry M. Mollandin. Frank La Mont,
Stepin Fetchit. Adagio Dancers: Vina Gale and
Arthur Springer, Helen Hunt and Charles Huff,
Harriet and John Griffith. Specialty Dancers: Stepin
Fetchit, Carolynne Snowden, Jeannette Dancey.
Evans and Weaver, Mitchell and Redman, Four
Covans, Sam and Sam, Brown and Stevens.

"GAMBLERS, THE" — Warners.— From the
play by Charles Klein. Adapted by J. Grubb
Alexander. Directed by Michael Curtiz. The cast:
James Darwin. H. B. Warner; Catherine Darwin,
Lois Wibon; Carvel Emersoyi.y^sou Koha^rds; Emerson,
Sr., George Fawcett; George Cowper, Johnny Arthur;
Raymond, Frank Campeau; Isabel Emerson, Pauline
Garon; Tooker, Charles Sellon.

"GIRLS GONE WILD"— Fox.— From the story
by Bertram Millhauser. Scenario by Bculah Marie
Dix. Directed by Lewis Seiler. Photograpliy by
Arthur Edeson. The cast: Bahs Holworthy. Sue
Carol; Buck Brown, Nick Stuart; Dan Brown,
William Russell; Tony Morelli, Roy D'Arcy; Augie
St en. Mat hew Betz; Boots, Leslie Fenton; Dilly,
Louis Natheaiix; Mrs. Hohvorthy, Hedda Hopper;
Mr. Holworthy, Lumsden Hare; Judge Elliott, Ed-
mund Breese; Speed Wade, John Darrow; Grandma^
Minna Ferry.

"GUN LAW" — FBO.— From the story by Oliver
Drake. Directed by Robert De Lacy. The cast:



Tojn O'Brien, Tom Tyler; Cy Brown. Barney Furev;
Nancy, Ethlyne Clair; "Buster" Brown, Frankie
Darro; "Big BUI" Driscoll, Lew Meehan; Surveyor,
Tom Brooker.

"HOLE IN THE WALL. THE"— Paramount.—
From the play by Fred Jackson. Adapted bv Pierre
Collings. Directed by Robert Florey. The ca^st:
Jean Oliver, Claudette Colbert; Gordon Grant, David
Newell; Mme. Mystcra, NHly Savage; The Fox,
Edward G. Robinson; Goofy. Donald Meek; Jim,
Alan Brooks; Mrs. Ramsay. Louise Glosser Hale;
Mrs. Carslake, Katherine Emmet; Marcia, Marcia
Kagno; Dogface, Barry McCollum; Police Inspector,
George McQuarrie; Mrs. Lyons, Helen Crane.

"HONKY-TONK"— Warners.— From the story
by Leslie S. Barrows. Adapted by C. Graham Baker.
Directed by Lloyd Bacon. The cast: Sophie
Leonard, Sophie Tucker; Freddie Gilmore. George
Duryea; Beth, Lila Lee; Jean Gilmore, Audrey Ferris;
Jim Blake, Mahlon Hamilton; Cafe Manager, John
T. Murray.

"HOTTENTOT, THE"~Warners.— From the
play bv Victor Mapes and William Collier. Adapted
by Harvey Thew. Directed by Roy Del Ruth. The
cast: Sam Harrington, Edward Everett Horton;
Peggy Fairfax. Patsy Ruth Miller; Ollie Gilford,
Edmund Breese; Mrs. Chadwick, Gladys Brockwell;
Larry Crawford. Edward Earle; Alec Fairfax, Stanley
Taylor; Perkins, the Groom. Otto Hoffman; Swift,
the Butler. DoUglas Gerrard; May Gilford, Maude
Turner Gordon.

"INNOCENTS OF PARIS"— Paramount.—
From the story by C. E. Andrews. Dialogue by
Ernest Vajda. Directed by Richard Wallace. The
cast: Maurice Marny, Maurice Chevalier; Louise
Leval, Sylvia Beecher; Emile Leval, Rus,-;ell Simpson;
Mons. Marny, George Fawcett; Mme. Marny. Mr?.
George Fawcett; Mons. Renard, John Miljan; Mme.
Renard, Margaret Livingston; Jo-Jo, David Durand;
Jules, Jack Luden; Musician, Johnnie Morris.

"MADAME X"— M.-G.-M.— From the play by
Alexandre Bisson. Dialogue by Willard Mack.
Directed by Lionel Barrymore. Photography by
Arthur Reed. The cast: Floriot, Lewis Stone;
Jacqueline, Ruth Chatterton; Raymond, Raymond
Hackett; Noel, Holmes Herbert; Rose, Eugenie
Besserer; Doctor, John P. Edington; Colonel Hanby,
Mitchell Lewis; La Roque. Ullric Haupt; Merivel.
Sidney Toler; Perissard, Richard Caile; Darrell,
Carroll Nye; Valmorin, Claud King; Judge, Chappell
Dossett.



"MAN I LOVE. THE"— Paramount.— From the
story by Herman J. Mankiewicz. Adapted by Percy
Heath. Directed by William Wellman. The cast:
Dum-Dum Brooks, Richard Arlen; Celia Fields. Mary
Brian; Sonia Barondoff. Baclanova; Curly Bloom,
Harry Green; Lew Layton. J^ck Oakie; D. J. Mc-
Carthy, Pat O'Malley; Carlo Vesper, Leslie Fenton;
Champ Mahoney, Charles Sullivan; K. O. O'Hearn,
WiUiam Vincent,

"MASKED EMOTIONS"— Fox.— From the
story "A Son of Anak" by Ben Ames Williams.
Adapted by Harry Brand and Benjamin Markson.
Directed by David Butler and Kenneth Hawks.
The cast: Bramdlct Dickery, George O'Brien; Emily
Goodell, Nora Lane; Will Whitten, Farrell Mac-
Donald; Thad Gilson, David Sharpc; Captain Goodell,
Janes Gordon; Lee Wtng, Edward Peil, Sr.; Lagune,
Frank Hagney.

"MOTHER'S BOY"— Pathe.— From the story
by Gene Markey. Dialogue by Gene Markey.
Directed by Bradley Barker. The cast: Tommy
O'Day, Morton Downev; Mrs. O'Day, Beryl Mercer;
Mr. O'Day, John T. Doyle; Harry O'Day. Brian
Donlevy; Rose Lyndon, Helen Chandler; Jake Sturm-
berfi, Osgood Perkins; Joe Bush, Lorin Raker; Beatrix
Townleigh, Barbara Bennett; Mrs. Apfclhaum. Jennie
Moskowitz; Mr. Apfclhaum, Jacob Frank; Mr.
Bumble, Louis Sorin; Gus LcGrand. Robert Gleckler;
Duke of Pomplum. Tyrrell Davis; Dinslow, Allan
Vincent; Evangelist, Lcolie Stowe.

"NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH"— Paramoiwt.
— From tlie play by James Montgomery. Adapted
by John McGowan. Directed by Victor Schertzinger.
The cast: Robert Bennett, Ricliard Dix; E. M. Burke,
Burton Churchill; Frank Connelly, Louis John
Bartels; Clarence Van Dyke, Ned Sparks; Sabel
Jackson. Wynne Gibson; Mabel Jackson, Helen Kane;
Gwen Burke. Dorothy Hall; Mrs. E. M. Burke,
Madeline Grey; Ethel Clark, Nancy Ryan.

"NOT QUITE DECENT"— Fox.— From the
story by Wallace Smith. Scenario by Marion Orth,
Directed by Irving Cummings. The cast: Linda
Cunningham, June Collyer; Mame Jarrcnu, Louise
Dresser; Jerry Connor, Allan Lane; Canfield, Oscar
Apfel; Al Bergon, Paul Nicholson; Margie. Marjorie
Beebe; .4 Crook, Ben Hewlett; Another Crook, Jack
Kenney.




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"OUR MODERN MAIDENS"— M.-G.-M.—
From tlie storj' by Josephine Lovett. Continuity by
Josephine Lovett. Directed by Jack Conway.
Pliotography by Oliver Marsh. The cast: Billie.
Joan Crawford; Abbott, Rod LaRocque; Gil, Douglas
Fairbanks, Jr.; Kentucky, Anita Page; Reg, Edward
Nugent; Blondie, Josephine Dunn; B, Bickering
Brown, Albert Gran.

"PAWNS OF PASSION"— Worldwide.— From
the story by Carmine Gallone. Directed by Carmine
Gallone. The cast: Anna, Olga Chekova; Paul, her
little son, Sidney Suberly; Fedor Kornilcnv, Henri'
Baudin; Gaston Lereau, Hans Stever; Lololte, Lola
Josane.

"PRINCE OF HEARTS. THE"— ImpeRl\l.—
From the story by John Rrinhardt. Directed by
Cliff Wheeler. The cast : Prince Casimir, Norman
Kerr>'; Prince Milan, John Rcinliardt; Nancy
Hamilton, Barbara Worth; King Alexander. George
Fawcett; Queen Marie, Julia Griffith; Prime Minister,
Hans Joby; Inn Keeper, Sam Blum.

"QUITTER, THE"— COLL^MBIA. —Adapted from
the story "The Spice of Life" by Dorothy HowcU.
Directed by Joseph Henaber^-. Photographj' by
Joseph Walker. The cast: Neal Abhoit. Ben Lyon;
Patricia, Dorothy Revicr; Duffy Thompson, Fred
Ivohler; Shorty, Charles McHugh; Nick, Sherr>'
Hall; Doris, Jane Daly; Dr. Abbott, Henry Otto;
Mrs. .Abbott, Claire McDowell.



"RAINBOW MAN, THE"— Sono-Art- Para-
mount. — From the story by Eddie Dowling,
Adapted by Frances Agnew. Directed by Fred Ncw-
meyer. The cast: Rainbow Ryan. Eddie DowUng;
Mary Lane, Marion Nixon; Billy. Frankie Darro;
"Doc" Hardy. Sam Hardy; Colonel Lane. Lloyd
Ingraham; Daredevil Bill, George "Hayes; The Dog,
Beans; Minstrel Men, The Rounders Quintet.

"ROARING FIRES" — Ellbee. — From the storj'
by A. B. Barringcr. Directed by W. T. Lackey.
The cast: Sylvia Szimmers, Alice Lake; John D.
Summers, Lionel Belmore; David Walker, Roy
Stewart; Dennison De Puyster, Raymond Turner;
Paddy Flynn. Bert Berkley, Spoitiswoode Ai'.ken,
Calvert Carter.

"SATURDAY'S CHILDREN"— First National.
— From the story by Maxwell Anderson. Con-
tinuity by Forrest Halsey. Directed by Gregory' La
Cava. The cast: Bobby. Corinnc Griffith; Jim. Grant
Withers; Mengle, .\lben. Conti; Florrie, Alma Tell;
Willie, Lucien Littleficld; Mr. Halvey. Charles Lane;
Mrs. Halvey, Ann Schacffer; Mrs. Corlick, Marcia
Harris.

"SHIP MATES" — EDUCATioxAL.^Directed by
Henry W. George. Photography by Jay Turner and
William Hyer. The cast; The Sailor. Lupino Lane;
The Ensign, Stanley Blystone; The Cook, Wallace
Lupino; The Girl. Charlotte Ncrrian; The Male,
Francis J. Martin; Another Mate, Tom Wliitley.

"SQUALL. THE" — First National.— From the
play by Jean Bart. Adapted by Bradley King.
Directed by Alexander Korda. The cast: Nubi.
Myrna Ley; Josef Lajos, Richard Tucker; Maria,



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"STUDIO MURDER MYSTERY, THE"—
Paramount. — From the story by The Edingtons.
Dialogue by Frank Tuttlc. Directed by Frank
Tuttle. The cast: Tony While, Neil Hamilton;
Rupert Borka. Warner Oland; Richard Hardell.
Frederic March; Blanche Hardell, Florence Eldridgc;
Hcleyi MacDonald, Doris Hill; Detective Dirk. Eugene
Pallette; Gateman, Chester Conklin; Martin, Lane
Chandler; Ted MacDonald. Gardner James; Mac-
Donald. Guy Oliver; Goff. E. H. Calvert; Captain
Coffin, Donald Mackenzie.



"THRU DIFFERENT EYES"— Fox.— From the
play by Milton H. Gropper and Edna Sherry.
Directed by John G. Blystone. Photography by
Ernest Palmer. The cast: Viola Manning. Mary
Duncan; Harvey Manning, Edmund Lowe; Jack
Winfield. Warner Baxter; Frances Thornton, Natalie
Moorehead; Hcnvard Thornton. Earle Foxe; Spencer,
Donald Gallaher; Myrtle. Florence Lake; Valerie
Briand. Sylvia Sidney; Marston, District Attorney,
Purncll Pratt; King, Defense Attorney. Selmer Jack-
son; Anna. Dolores Johnson; Maynard, Nigel de
Brulier; Maid, Lola Salvi; Janitor, Stcpin Fetchit.
Reporters: Paducah, DeWitt Jennings; Crane, Arthur
Stone; Traynor. George Lament; Aline Craig,
Natalie Warfield; Jst Reporter, Jack Jordan; 2nd
Reporter, Marian Spitzer; 3rd Reporter, Stan Blystone;
4lh Reporter, Stuart Erwin.



"TIME. THE PL.\CE AND THE GIRL. THE"

— Warners. — From the play by Frank R.Adams and
Will Hough. Continuity by Robert Lord. Directed
by Herbert Brethcrton. The cast: Jim Crane,
Grant Withers; Doris Ward. Betty Compson; Pete
Ward, John Davidson; Mae Ellis. Gertrude Olmstead;
The Professor, James R. Kirkwood; Bert Holmes,
Bert Roach; M/s. Davis. Vivian Oakland; Mrs.
Winters, Gretchen Hartman; Mrs. Parks, Irene
Haisman; Radio Announcer, Gerald King.



"TOMMY ATKINS"— World Wide.— From the
play by Ben Landeck and Arthur Shirley. Directed
by Norman Walker. The cast: Earl of Petherlon,
Jerrold Robcrtshaw; Rulh, his ward. Lillian Halt-
Davis; Victor, his son. Hcnrj* Victor; Capi., the Hon.
Eric Wilson, Walter B>Ton; Harold, his son. Walter
B.\Ton; Mason, a servant, Shayle Gardner. The
children: Harold. Alfred Leonard; Ruth. Pat Court-
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"VAGABOND CUB, THE"— FBO.— From the
story by Oliver Drake. Continuity by Oliver Drake.
Directed by Louis King. The cast: Dave Hepner,
Buzz Barton; Hank Robbins, Frank Rice; Bob
McDonald, Sam Nelson; James Sykes. Al Ferguson;
Pete Hogan, Bill Patton; Dan Morgan, Milbourne
Morante; Jutte Morgan, lone Holmes.



"YOU CAN'T BUY LOVE"— Universal.— From
the stor>' by Beatrice Van. Directed by Arch B.
Heath. Photography by Jerrj* Ashe. The cast:
John. Charley Chase; Renault, Jean Hersholt;
Patricia, Kathryn Cra%vford; Weston, Edward Mar-
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2709 S. Welle St., Dept. No. A-5fiS Chicago.
Enclosed find 25c for which send me the Princess Pat
Week End Set.

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Street

City and State



Photoplay Magazine — Advertising Section



^::^ niau mou /Hiant to reau

The Tragedy of Neglected Gums




Cast of Characters :
Your Dentist and Yon

you: "My gums are responsible for this



Online LibraryMoving Picture Exhibitors' AssociationPhotoplay (Volume 36 – 37 (Jul. - Dec. 1929)) → online text (page 25 of 145)