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New Columbia Theatre, Saint Louis. New Columbia Theatre, America's most beautiful theater devoted to the world's best vaudeville. Program.

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New Columbia Theatre, Saint Louis. New Columbia Theatre, America's most beautiful theater devoted to the world's best vaudeville. Program.

Vaudeville program, St. Columbia's Theatre, St. Louis, September 25, 1911

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New Columbia Theatre, Saint Louis. New Columbia Theatre, America's most beautiful theater devoted to the world's best vaudeville. Program.

Table of Contents

A. Maurice Spyer and his orchestra
B. Loughlin's novelty
C. Mollie & Nellie King, a little musical comedy in a vaudeville way
D. George W. Cunningham and Herman Marion in "An Acrobatic Talkfest"
E. The Loraine & Dudley Co. present "The Finish," a sensational comedy playlet
F. Thirteenth annual tour over the Orpheum Circuit of Mr. James H. Cullen "The Man From the West"
G. Henry B. Harris presents Ruth St. Denis in the mystic dance of the five senses "The Temple" in two scenes
H. Ralph Edwards, Jack Ryan, H. Austin Tierney, those pleasing entertainers
I. Six Bracks, famous European athletes
J. The Photoplane, the original daylight pictures. These pictures will be a permanent feature of the Columbia programs.

Edition Notes

New Columbia Theatre, Saint Louis, week beginning Monday matinee, Sept. 25, 1911.

Title devised by Library staff.

During the performance Maurice Spyer and his orchestra will render the following selections 1. Overture: "Light Cavalry" / Suppe. 2. Selection "The Spring Maid" / Reinhart. 3. March "In Morocco" / Hoffheimer.

Cast: (The Finish): Edgar Dudley, Miss Florence Lorraine, Violet Mann.

In: American theater programs of the late 19th and 20th centuries (Library of Congress).

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PN2093 .A44 1877 no. Thr. E/V

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OL30751657M
LC Control Number
2012498573

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