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BOARDS AND BILLBOARDS

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Drama

Copley--"The Crooked Billet". Closes Saturday.

Plymouth--"A Tailor-Made Man". Grant Mitchell.

Quincy--"Strange Interlude". 5.30 o'clock.

Repertory--"The Winter's Tale".

Wilbur--"Courage" with Janet Beecher.

Musical

Majestic--"Follow Thru".

Shubert--"Animal Crackers".

Apollo--"Harlem". To be reviewed tomorrow.

Movies and Vaudeville

Central Square--"The Dance of Life".

Exeter--"The Lady Lies" and "The Speedway".

Fenway--"Jealousy" with Jeanne Eagles.

Keith's--"The Cock-Eyed World".

Keith-Albee--Screen "The Girl From Havana". Stage "Odds and Ends".

Metropolitan -- Beginning today "Fast Life" with Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. Rubinoff presenting "Strauss Melodies".

Modern & Beacon--"Pairs Bound" and "On With The Show".

State--"His Glorious Night" with John Gilbert.

University--"Paris Bound" and "Bulldog Drummond". Two of the best talkies to date.

Coming

October 14

Hollis--Mrs. Fiske in "Ladies of the Jury".

Colonial--W. C. Fields in Earl Carroll's "Vanities".

Plymouth--Grant Mitchell in "The Whole Town's Talking".

October 21

Plymouth--Katherino Cornell in "The Age of Innocence".

Repertory--Julius Caesar.

Tremont--"Bitter Sweet" by Noel Coward.

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