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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1916)
THE REF.: OMAHA. FRIDAY. JUNE 2.
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Today the Muse Theatre will show you the second chapter
of George Kleine's greatest cinematographic achievement Billie
Burke in Gloria's Eomance. In this remarkable photoplay you'll see Billie Burke
winsome, charming, beautiful "Billie" playing the role of Gloria Stafford in
a society romance. You'll see her in gorgeous gowns the creations of such famous
modistes as Lucile, Henri Bendel and Balcom. You'll see her amid exquisite sur
roundingsnatural scenes of rare splendor at Palm Beach, Florida. You'll see
her portray the youthful, vivacious Gloria sixteen and beautiful.
You'll see, in Gloria's Romance, a different sort of
photoplay. You'll see the thought of the noted novelists and dram
atistsMr. and Mrs. Rupert Hughes. You'll see a delightful, interesting, pleas
ant story told in the most elaborate form known to cinema art. You'll see an
all-star cast of exceptional talent, headed by Henry Kolker. You'll see a work
nf literature on the screen a novel for which Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Hughes wero
Gloria's Romance represents a new high standard in
motion picture entertainment. It is, by far, the most costly film novel
ever brought out. Nearly a million dollars have been expended to give you this
production. Never before has such a remarkable cast been assembled for any
play of the stage or screen. Never have such prominent authors been retained
to write an original motion picture novel. Consider these factors: the star, Billie
Burke; the supporting cast, ncaded by Henry Kolker; tho authors, Mr. and Mrs.
Rupert Hughes; the producer, George Kleine.
If you enjoy beautiful pictures if you appreciate an
exceptional photoplay don't miss Billie Burke in Gloria's Romance.
You'll like its inspiring appeal its cheerful vein its romantic charm. It's pre
sented at the Muse Theatre with especially synchronized music, GO TODAY!
Take the children it's a play everyone will enjoy.
See This Remarkable Production Today
CHAPTER 2 "CAUGHT BY THE SEMINOLES"
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Matinrr, Any Sent 10c
Eveningi, 10c and 20c
IN Addition to Our Regular Feature Picture --VALLl VALI.I in "HER DEBT OF HONOR"
Read the Story by Mr. & Mrs Rupert Hughes
IN NEXT MONDAY'S
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