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Dumiing. Ben Hewlett; Judy Revis, Dorothy Ward;
Joe Brow7i, Joe Brown; Ollie Bogardl, Roy Stewart;
Harry Lamson, William H. Tooker; Society Editor,
Arthur Hoyt.

"SAP. THE" — ^Warners. — From the play by
William Grew. Adapted by Robert Lord. Directed
by Archie L. Mayo. The cast: The Sap. Edward
Everett Horton; Jim Belden. Alan Hale; Belly, Patsy
Ruth Miller; The Banker, Russell Simpson; The Wop,
Jerry Mandy; Ja?:e, Edna Murphy; Mrs. Spragne,
Louise Carver; Ed Mason, FrankHn Pangborn.

"SKIN DEEP"— Warners. — From the story
"Lucky Damage" by Marc Edmund Jones. Adapted
by Gordon Rigby. Directed by Ray Enright. The
cast: Joe Daley, Monte Blue; Dislrict AUorney
Carlsons Son, Davey Lee; Sadie Rogers. Betty Comp-
son; Elsa Langdon, Alice Day; Blackie Cidver. John
Davidson; Dislrict Attorney Carlsoti, John Bowers;
Dippy, Georgie Stone; Doctor Bruce Langdon, Tully
Marshall; Tim, Robert Perry.

" SOPHOMORE, TH E "— Pathe.— From the story
by Corey Ford, .\daptedby Joseph Franklin Poland.
Directed by Leo McCarev. The cast: Joe Collins,
Eddie Quillan; Margie Callahan. Sally O'Neil; Bar-
bara Lange, Jeanette LofF; Tom Week, Stanley Smith;
Dutch Gehrin^. Russell Gleason; Mrs. Collins, Sarah
Padden; Armstrong, Brooks Benedict; Cupie, Grady
College Students, Lew Ayres. Marilyn
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Sutton;

Morgan,

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"THUNDER"— M.-G.-M.— From the story by
Byron Morgan. Continuity by Ann Price and Byron
Morgan. Directed by William Nigh. The cast:
Grumpy Anderson, Lon Chaney; Tommy, James
Murray; Zella, Phyllis Haver; Jim, George Duryea;
Molly, Frances Morris; Davey, Wally Albright, Jr.

"THUNDERBOLT" — P.\ramount. — From the
stor>' by Jules and Charles Furthman. Adapted by
Jules Furthman. Directed by Josef Von Sternberg.
The cast: Thutiderboll Jim Lang. George Bancroft;
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Warden. Tully Marshall; Mrs. Morgan, Eugenie
Bessercr; Snapper O'Shea, James Spottswood; Bad Al
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"TIP-OFF. THE"— Universal. — From the story
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George Hackathorne; "Crystal Annie," Duane
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fidence Man, Jack Singleton; Dupe, Robert Bolder;
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"TWO SISTERS"— Rayart.— From the story by
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Viola Dana; Jane, Viola Dana; Allan Rhodes, Rex
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"UNTAMED JUSTICE"— BiLTMORE Produc-
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Gaston Glass; The Sheriff, Sheldon iLewis; Arab, By
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"WHEEL OF LIFE, THE"— Paramount.—
From the play by James Bernard Fagan. Adapted by
John Farrow. Dialogue by Julian Johnson. Diiected .
by Victor Schertzingcr. The ca^t: Captain Leslie
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"WOMAN FROM HELL. THE"— Fox.— From
the play by Lois Leeson. George Scarborough and
Jaime Del Rio. Adapted by Charles Kenyon and
Ray Doyle. Directed by A. F. Erickson. The cast:
Dee Renaud. Mar>'- Astor; Alf Roslyn, Robert Arm-
strong; Jiyn Coaklcy. Dean Jagger; "Slick" Ericks,
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Introducing the Gold-diggers of Broadway, all of whom will take
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143







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Radio comes to the Screen




n



HICHARD DIX

A screen favorite who oc-
ciiptes a distinct place in
the hearts of all picture-
goers . . Radio Pictures*
newest star.



►ADIO . . . colossus of modern art and science
now takes its place in the world of mo-
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With the release of the first two of its super attrac-
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standards. This new era is the result of the union
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Included in this union are such organizations as the
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Radio Pictures' Coining
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"Hit the Deck" Vincent Youman's

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*'TUe Vagabond. Lover*' . . . Star-
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OF THE
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To Mrs. M. Ml. L. of Soattlo ^i^'Iio

complained tbat M didn^t namo

the 72 skio - specialists^ ^i^lio

tested and approved Cama^^

for delicate coniple:x:ions



UST the other
day you wrote
me that you read
one of my Camay
articles in your
Delineator. You
'd said you were
interested to know that 72
eminent American skin spe-




cialists had approved Camay.
But you objected that I didn't
tell you irho they were and
irliat they actually said about
Camay. So I'm going to tell
you! Not their names, for
each one is a physician of
highest standing in his pro-
fession, and reputable physi-



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j|CEICTHFMC/%TMOIV— "I have personally examined
Ibe signed eomments from 72 eminent dermatoloi£ists
of America wlio approved llie formula and eleansinsi
action of Camay Soap. I certify not only to the high
standing of these physicians, but also to the accuracy
with which iheirapproval has been stated in this page."

(Dr. Pusey ia a former president of the American Medical Aesociation; editor of
The Archives of Dermatology, and Professor Emeritus of Dermatology at the
University of Illinois.)



cians are not publicity seek-
ers. They are scientists, to
whom one goes for profession-
al — and confidential — advice.
But I can tell you about
them — enough to assure you
that they are leading men in
their special province —
dermatology, the study of the
skin. Many of them head the
departments of dermatology
in our largest universities.

"My family joins me
in approving Camay'"

And I can tell you exactly
what they said — as long as
my space holds out ! I'll start
off with a comment from a
Professor Emeritus of Derma-
tology in a great New Eng-
land university:

"My family joins me in
approving Camay Soap. It
has a dainty, attractive scent,
and its free lathering quali-
t ies make it an agreeable and
satisfactory soap."

Another authority, who is
professor of dermatology in
another great Eastern uni-
versity and one of the fore-
most skin specialists in New
York City says: "I used
Camay myself and sent a
cake to a daughter whose skin
has always been rather irri-
table. All the members of my



family who have tried Camay
like it very much indeed."

No other complexion soap
in history has received creden-
tials from the Nation's high-
est authorities on skin care.

But, dear Mrs. L., my own
complexion had already told
me Camay was a wonderful
soap.

Before I had been cleans-
ing my face with Camay's
soft smooth lather more than
a week I realized that Camay,
more than anything I had
ever found, was helping me
keep my skin fresh and clear.

So, when these important
medical men found out by
scientific tests and experiments
exactly what I had discov-
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was naturally much pleased
with myself!

Face your world with loveli-
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Why Ordinary Washing Fails

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Besides — the hair cannot stand the harsh
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Tooth Brush r



Ifsan SOS from your GUMS



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Whole Shon^

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AR
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AMOUNT
T U R E S

of the
NEW SHOW WORLD



HAROLD LLOYD in
"WELCOME DANGER'^


MORAN AND MACK in
WHY BRING THAT UP"

THE MARX BROTHERS
in "THE COCOANLITS"
OSCAR SHAW— MAHY EATON

■THE DANCE OF LIFE"
HAL SKELLY
NANCY CARROLL

"THE FOUR FEATHERS"

"DR. FU MANCHU"

DENNIS KING in
•THE VAGABOND KING"


MAURICE CHEVALIER
in ERNST LUBITSCH'S
"THE LOVE PARADE"
and more
'Produced by Harold Lloyd Corp,
Paramount Release



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it's the best show in town"



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