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Mary Burns, Fugitive movie program

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Cagney, James Powell, Dick

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Original program for films shown the week of December 15, 1935 at the Strand Theatre in Ipswich, Massachusetts. The cover features an advertisement for the December 15 screening of Mary Burns, Fugitive. Sylvia Sidney and Melvyn Douglas co-star in this drama about a coffee shop owner and a gangster.The second page includes two film advertisements. I Found Stella Parish is scheduled for December 16 and 17. Kay Francis and Paul Lukas co-star in this drama about a theatrical star trying to escape her past. The theatre booked Remember Last Night? for a December 18 showing. Edward Arnold, Robert Young, and Constance Cummings star in this comedy about wild partiers.Page three features an advertisement for the December 19 and 20 screenings of Splendor. Miriam Hopkins and Joel McCrea co-star in this romantic comedy about “a world of false values and falser hearts.”The final page of the program includes an advertisement for Frisco Kid starring James Cagney, Margaret Lindsay, and Ricardo Cortez. Below this advertisement is a brief listing of the upcoming films: Thanks a Million, Rendezvous, A Night at the Opera, and His Night Out.Currently not on view
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