1922

September

Friday, September 22, 1922

Now Playing Vaudeville Supreme

  1. Charlie Ahearn and His Big Comedy Company
  2. Black & O'Donnell "The Village Nut"
  3. Jewel & Rita
  4. Jane & Miller
  5. Travis-Douglas Company
  6. King Vidor presents Ellis Parker Butler's Picturesque American Story of Mississippi River Folk, the Jack-Knife Man

Monday, September 25, 1922

All Festival Week, Now Playing, Supreme Acts Headed by "A Ring Tangle"

Geo. Choos' Latest Musigirl Extravaganza With a Costume Investment of $10,000

7 Acts of Sterling Big Time Quality Every Act a Positive Ace!!! Entire New Seven Act Bill Thursday 7

  1. Lou Lockett and Peggy Hope, "Say it While Dancing"
  2. O'Brien and Josephine "The Song Salesman"
  3. Gold and Edwards, Extra Thur, Amateurs
  4. Morton Jewell Co, "Different Things"
  5. Al Fields and Val Sheldon, "The Last of the Cabbys"
  6. Neil and Witt ,"Happiness in Every Song"

Tuesday, September 26, 1922

Now Playing 7 Act Fall Festival Bill

Where everybody Goes

Continuous Daily 1 to 11

Geo. Choos' Latest Musigirl Extravaganza

  1. Morton Jewell Co, "Different Things"
  2. O'Brien and Josephine "The Song Salesman"
  3. Lou Lockett and Peggy Hope "Say it While Dancing"
  4. Neil and Witt "Happiness in Every Song"
  5. Gold and Edwards, "Two Dancing Frenchmen"
  6. All Fields and Val Sheldon, "The Last of the Cabbys"

Wednesday, September 27, 1922

Fall Festival Celebration

Vaudeville Acts Always the Best Never Anything Else at Poli's

Entire New Bill Thursday

  1. Special Added Feature O'Donnell & Blair Bridgeport Stars of Ziegfeld Follies in "The Piano Mover"
  2. Hilton Sisters ,Dainty Musical Offering
  3. Mack & Lane "What's it All About?"
  4. J.Rosemond Johnson with His Inimitable Five in a musical Chronology Entitled "Syncopation"
  5. Doral Blair
  6. Schoen and Squires
  7. Frank & Jim M'Sherry
  8. Constance Talmadge in "Mamma's Affair" Adapted from Stage Play by John Emerson and Anita Loos. Vervy and Nervy Distinctive and Delightful
  9. "A Ring Tangle" Musigirl Extravaganza of Real Delight

Friday, September 29, 1922

The Best Bill Ever! Samshing Vaudeville Hits 7

Fall Festival Week

Continuous Daily 1 to 11

  1. Bridgeport's Very Own Feature O'Donnell & Blair, Late Feature of Ziegfeld Follies in "The Piano Mover", A Riot of Fun and Laughs
  2. Big Added Feature J.Rosemond Johnson with His Inimitable Five in a musical Chronology Entitled "Syncopation"
  3. The Season's Surprise Doral Blair, A Real Sensation
  4. Billy Schoen and Louise Squires, "Ain't She Nice"
  5. Three Other Triumphs
  6. Special for the Kids "Circus Days"
  7. Constance Talmadge Raises the Roof in 'Mamma's Affair'

October

Monday, October 2, 1922

Vaudeville Veterans of Variety

"Nearing 70 and Going Like 60"

Continuous Daily 1 to 11

Entire new Bill Thurs

  1. Leanoard Grover - Annie Hart - Ed. Begley - Eddie Girard - Frank E. McNish - John Harding - Katie Rooney - Laura Bennet.
  2. Mack & Stanton "Home Sweet Home"
  3. Herman Berrens "Words and Music"
  4. May M'Kay and Sisters Three Likeable Ladies
  5. Myrtle Fiske & Lloyd George "At Home in Songland"
  6. Extra "Funville Follies" Educational Comedy
  7. A Metro Production, "The Five Dollar Baby" with Viola Dana

Wednesday, October 4, 1922

Entire New Bill Thur

"A Night in Spain"

Spectacular Singing and Dancing Spanish Review

  1. Nixon & Sans in "Assorted Chocolates"
  2. Zemater and Smith the Flying Minstrels
  3. Jerome and Albright
  4. Manning & Hall "I Got a Lot"
  5. Last Times Today Vaudeville Veterans of Variety - Others "Five Dollar Baby"

Monday, October 9, 1922

Worth While Vaudeville

  1. Indian Reveries with Chief Oskomon and Peggy Stewart
  2. Cardo & Noll (Bridgeport's Favorites, American tenor and Prima Dona, Always Park City Favorites
  3. Bud Synder &Bluch A Solit Laughing Riot!
  4. Ray W. Snow & Narine More Laughs A Hit
  5. Jack Hughes Duo
  6. Selznick offers Elaine Hammerstein in "Why Announce Your Marriage?", a drama-with comedy-with a punch- and Seiznick Pretiest star
  7. Extra: Educational Comedy
  8. Coming Thurs. Headed by Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne (in person)

Wednesday, October 11, 1922

Eventful Vaudeville

the Best- Nothing Else

  1. Francis X. Bushman, greatest of all screen matinee idols
  2. Beverly Bayne, famous stage and screen star in "Poor Rich Man"
  3. William Whitecar and Walster Armin, from one act comedy
  4. Nathano Bros., Wixards on Wheels, "Just a Laugh"
  5. Wylie & Hartman "Before and After"
  6. Clifford & O'Connor "The New Pupil"
  7. Dublin Trio, Rare Singing Treat
  8. Educational Comedy Riot
  9. Eugune O'Brien "Channing of the Northwest", A Thrilling tale of the Northwest country and the famed of all sleuths - The Royal Northwest Mounted Police
  10. Path News

Tuesday, October 17, 1922

50 Miles from Broadway

Just One Big Clean, Pleasing Vaudeville Bill After Another, With

  1. Harry B. Watson and Reb. B. Merville, and cast of eight in a brand hew hit
  2. Travesty Four, a vaudeville innovation that received an ovation
  3. Jean Boydell, eccentric Comedienne
  4. Redrod & Winchester, Versatile Nonsense
  5. Hightower & Jones
  6. Aesop's Fables
  7. Extra Feature, Alice Maison-Here a month ago with the Starts-in a Christie Comedy Gem
  8. John H. Porter Xylophone solo
  9. Pathe News

Thursday, October 19, 1922

Entire New Bill. Today, Replete with Hits, Extra! Tonight Only, Local Amateurs doing their istuff

Vaudeville, the best - Nothing else! 6 Big Time Acts tried and true

  1. Click, Click, colorful dance spectpctacle with Mildred Rogers, Billy Hughes, Elaine Sisters and Carolyn Hallett
  2. Willie Lange, Xylophone Tones
  3. Howard & Lewis, "Do You Like Me?"
  4. Exra Added Feature, Silvas-Brann Co., Late Barnum & Bailey Hit with Frank Silvas & Dutch Siegrist Brann
  5. Oklahoma Bob Albright in a Charceristic Song Cycle
  6. Alan Coogan & Mary Casey, "Bidding Her Goodnight"
  7. Pathe News, Sees All, Knows All

Saturday, October 21, 1922

4 Days Starting Sunday

Ethel Clayton, for the Defense, a Paramount picture

  1. Sunday Only"In the Days of Buffalo Bill" Chapter III
  2. Last Times Today Today 6 Acts Super Bill"Click Click" Colorful Dance Spectacle,
  3. Silvas-Brann Co.
  4. 4 Other Hits, and Clars Kimball Youn in "The Hands of Nara",

Monday, October 23, 1922

Now Playing Continious 1 to 11

  1. The Fieldings Present, The Water Carnival. See Them eating, drinking, smoking, sewing, playing, and sleeping, under water. Demostrations at eash Performance by Holder of under water Endurance Record of 4 Mintues-36 Seconds.
  2. James A. Cullen "The Man from the West"
  3. Six Musical Nosses, Greatest Music Act of 1922
  4. Fred and Tommy Hayden, "Artistic Novelities"
  5. Louise Carter, and Company in the drama "Faith"
  6. Extra for laughs! John (Torchy) Hines in "Torchy's Feud"

Tuesday, October 24, 1922

A Whiz of A Show

Now Playing

  1. Louise Carter & Co. in "FAITH" a comedy drama scores the biggest hit in many months.
  2. The Fieldings, Vaudeville's Greatest Underwater Act.
  3. Tom and Fred, Laughs, Music and HAYDEN Oh What Dancing!
  4. James A. Cullen "The Man from the West", with a package of fun
  5. Six Musical Nosses, a sympphony in brass, strings, and reeds
  6. Extra: THur Night, Amatuers

Wednesday, October 25, 1922

Entire New Bill Thursday (Oct 25, one of two bill ads)

Extra:-- Thur. Night Only

Local Amateurs Doing Their Stuff

Last Times Today Louise Carter &Co. in "Faith", The Fieldings -- Others. Tehel Clayton in "For the Defense" A PAramount Picture

Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.

  1. All Supreme Vaudeville, William Halligan in "HIGHBROW" by S. Jay Kaugman, A unique bit of play writing and ac ting with a cast that includes Glen White, William Crowley, George Spelvin, and Miss Marion Day.
  2. "That Rascall", Loney Haskell, "Convincing Conversationalist"
  3. Powell & Brown, in a Real Seashore Novelty "SOME SAND"
  4. Victor Burns & Adelade Wilson in "THE UNTRAINED NURSE"
  5. Muldoon, Franklyn & Rose, a Revelry of Song, Dance, Music
  6. Path News - Others

Wednesday, October 25, 1922

A princely playhouse Poli's Majestic, Preliminary opening Saturday , November 4th, S. Z. Poli Presenting, (Note: second of two bill ads for same day)

  1. Eddie Cantor, American's Foremost Black and White Face Singing Comedian in Make it Snappy
  2. A Musicreview in 2 Acts - 27 Scenes More Than 100 in the Cast Including 75 Glorious American Beaties, The Show of Shows

November

Wednesday, November 1, 1922

Entire New Bill Thur.

  1. Big City Four, Sweetest Quartet in Vaudeville
  2. Ethen Hopkins, "Musical Moments"
  3. Class, Manning & Class, "Via Wire"
  4. Gladys Correll, Harry Weston, Dave Gardner, "All at Sea"
  5. Thurs. Night-Local Amateurs

Thursday, November 2, 1922

Entire New Bill of Features Today

Continues 1 to 11 Tonight Only Local Amatuers Added Attraction

  1. Vaudeville, M. Golden Presents, Maurice Golden Jr. in The Movie Mask. Late Star of the Boston Grand Opera Co., and a Bevy of Beauties. Cast includes Violet Morley, Harry Bendel and Jos. Delpuente_ the "Voice from Hollywood"
  2. Big City Four, Sweetest Quartet in Vaudeville
  3. Class, Manning & Class, "Impersonations Via Wire"
  4. Ethen Hopkins, "Moments Music girl"
  5. Gladys Correll, Harry Weston, Dave Gardner, "All at Sea"
  6. Viola Dana in June Madness, Altered at the Alter - were the matrimonial plans of Clytie. A black cat and a black eye were warning enough for her. A Harry Beaumont Production, story by Cosby George, scenario by Harry Beaumont.
  7. Extra Hit: "Cold Feet", Educational Comedy

Friday, November 3, 1922

Only Vaudeville Show in Town

  1. Big City Four, a real singing Hit!
  2. Class, Manning & Class, "Impersonations Via Wire"
  3. Ethen Hopkins, "Moments Musical"
  4. Extra laughing hit! "Cold Feet" educational comedy
  5. Many other features
  6. Extra Laughing Hit! "Cold Feet" Educational Comedy
  7. Coming Next Week Fred HeiderLate Star of "Listen Lester"

Saturday, November 4, 1922

Well, Folks, Here I Come to Open the Doors of Poli's Majestic

This Afternoon and Evening Mrs. Cantor presents, her favorite son

  1. Eddie Cantor Aided and Abetted by 125 - Pick of the World including Lillian Fitzgerald
  2. The Marvelous Flying Blue Devils Cleveland Bronner Ballet
  3. Plus a Rare Collection of American Beauties in "Make it Snappy"
  4. Two Acts - 27 Scenes -- The Greatest Musical Show Ever Staged

Monday, November 6, 1922

Entire New Bill Thurs, Continious Daily 1 to 11pm

Extra Every Thur. Night, Local Amateurs

Poli's Vaudeville Scores a Bullseye!

  1. Girl! Music! Dance! Song!
  2. B.A. Rolfe Presents Mon.Tue. & Wed. The Stunning Grenadier with Fred Heider, late start of "Listen Lester" with a supporting company of 30 beautifl GIRL Artists in a New Musical Comedy Treat Flappers Renue, Produced by Geo. Weist
  3. Thur. Fri. & Sat. BEVY of Bewitchingly Beautiful GIRLS 30 Wonderful SONG and DANCE Artists headed by Fred Heider in French Follies

Tuesday, November 7, 1922

2,765 Bridgeport People Saw the Monday Matinee at Poli's

Just Ask Them How Well They Liked B.A. Rolfe's "Stunning Grenadiers" with the King Comedian Fred Heider late start of "Listen Lester"

  1. Watch for the Flapper Jazz Band Every Noon This Week and Follow the Crowd to Poli's. It's a snappy show - strong on Comedy, Dancing and Real girlie Girls- Gormley & Roling-frank Hyler - Fred Palmer - Lubyoka - Dot Barnet - Jesie Huston - Will Evens, Fred Soll and Sixteen Sweet Sixteens and B.A. Rolfe knows how to dress 'em
  2. Extra Guaranteed Laughs A Ringtail Romance Educational Comedy

Wednesday, November 8, 1922

Yesterday it was the Polis -- Today it is again the Poli's, Now Playing

  1. B.A. Rolfe's "Stunning Genadiers" with Fred Heider, Late Star of "Listen Lester", Gormley & Rollins, Jessie Huston, Art Rogers, Fred Soll, Dot Barnett, Fred Palmer and Dainty Lubovka and 16 seet Petite Little Maids with Pep and Forms Divine
  2. "Ring Tail Romance" Educational Comedy
  3. Here's the Good News, Fred Heider and the rest of the B.A. Rolfe's stars and the Beauties will reamin for the balance of the week with an Entire New Bill
  4. Don't fail to see "The French Follies" starting tomorrow
  5. Extra: Thurs. Night, Local Amatuers Making it Snappy
  6. Laughs Plus "The Crazy House" Educational Comedy
  7. Coming Soon, Mlle. Ella Bradna, The Act Beautiful

Thursday, November 9, 1922

Entire New Show Today!

Tonight Only, Local Amateurs, Extra Hit

VAUDEVILLE

  1. Clare and Frazer Ultra Comedy Exponents
  2. Joe St. Onge and His Trio Aerial Sensation
  3. The French Follies, A typcal French Revue with a real La Petite Chorus
  4. Tonight only - Extra Feature - Local Amateurs

Friday, November 10, 1922

Vaudevile

  1. Fred St. Onge Trio
  2. Clare & Frazer
  3. French Follies
  4. Coming soon, Mme. Bradna "The Circus Beautiful"
  5. Aesop's Fables

Saturday, November 11, 1922

Four Big Days Starting Sunday

  1. Last Times Today
  2. Dorothy Dalton in "The Siren Call" Vaudeville

Monday, November 13, 1922

7 Acts of Sterling Big Time Quality

Every Act a Positive Ace!!!

  1. Mme. Bradna, Bridgeport Favorite and a Feature with the Ringling-Barnum and Bailey Show in "The Circus Beautiful"
  2. Whelan & McShane "Younger of the Old Timers"
  3. Leonore Kearn, singing, piano and violin
  4. Al. Wohlman, In The Graduate
  5. Mack and Deagon An Original Smart Offering
  6. Leroy Bros. Athletes De Luxe
  7. "Eileen", Musical Farce Comedy Hit
  8. Aesops Fables

Tuesday, November 14, 1922

Vaudeville

  1. Mme. Bradna, Bridgeport Favorite and a Feature with the Ringling-Barnum and Bailey Show in "The Circus Beautiful"
  2. Whelan & McShane "Younger of the Old Timers"
  3. Leroy Bros. Athletes De Luxe
  4. Leonore Kearn, singing, piano and violin
  5. Al. Wohlman , In The Graduate
  6. "Eileen", Musical Farce Comedy with Dinny Doyle, Harry Murray, Marrie Carooll and Teddy Stowell
  7. Mack and Deagon An Original Smart Offering
  8. Aesops Fables

Wednesday, November 15, 1922

Vaudeville

  1. Mme. Bradna, Bridgeport Favorite and a Feature with the Ringling-Barnum and Bailey Show in "The Circus Beautiful"
  2. Whelan & McShane "Younger of the Old Timers"
  3. Leroy Bros. Athletes De Luxe
  4. Leonore Kearn, singing, piano and violin
  5. Al. Wohlman In The Graduate
  6. "Eileen", Musical Faree Comedy with Dinny Doyle, Harry Murray, Marrie Caroll and Teddy Stowell
  7. Mack and DeagonAn Original Smart Offering
  8. Aesops Fables

Thursday, November 16, 1922

Entire New Bill Today, Extra Tonight Amaters Open to the County

Good Measure Week

Supreme Vaudeille, Thursday - Friday - Saturday, 7 BIG LAUGHING ACTS

  1. William Brandell Presents, Eva La Rue & Truman Stanley in "The Little Cinderella", A Reminiscent Musical Comedy with Ina Mitchel and a Trantalizing Beauty Chorus
  2. Girlie & Her Dandies, A Wrhilwind of Song, Dance and Acrobation
  3. Mela & Bruin, It's a Bear
  4. Helen Staples, "Tuneville Topics"
  5. Jermone & Albright "Two Bright Lights from Broadway"
  6. George Moore & Co., A little of this and a little of that With Margaret Quinby & Marion Gould
  7. Agnes Finley & Charley Hill "Vodvil a la Mode", You are certain to like this novelty
  8. Extra - "Toonerville Topics", Educaitonal Comedy

Friday, November 17, 1922

GOOD MEASURE WEEK

7 Big Spendid Acs Now Playing Every One of Them a Distinct Hit

  1. Eva La Rue & Truman Stanley in "The Little Cinderella", A Reminiscent Musical Comedy with Ina Mitchel and a Trantalizing Beauty Chorus
  2. Girlie & Her Dandies, The best liked dance offering seen in Bridgeport in 1922
  3. Mela & Bruin, It's a Bear
  4. Finley & Hill,, "Vodvil a la Mode""
  5. Jermone & Albright "Two Bright Lights from Broadway"
  6. Helen Staples, "Tuneville Topics"
  7. Extra - "Toonerville Topics", Educaitonal Comedy

Saturday, November 18, 1922

4 Thrilling Romatic Days STARTING SUNDAY

  1. Aesop's Fables - Movie Chats - Pathe News
  2. Extra, "Fast and Furious", Educational Comedy
  3. Sundy Only, In The Days of Buffalo Bill"

Monday, November 20, 1922

Vaudeville

Now Playing, continious Daily 1 to 11, A Nifty Program with Vaudeville and Picture

  1. Ned Weyburn, Dancing Dozen with Sibylla Bowhan and Edwin M'Kenna Enlisting the Services of Misses Adeline Brunner, Betty Barnett, Dolly Ritchie and Bettie Clifton Also the Messrs. Leslie Caulfield, Henry Russel, Lou Monty, Joe Smith, Arthur Becker and Michael Bell.
  2. Fritz Bruch & Pauline Thurston in "Music and Rhyme"
  3. Harry Watkinsotto Bros "Not an Act, An Event", "The First Entrance"
  4. Reilly & Rogers, in a rare comedy with music, entitles "The Lunatics"

Tuesday, November 21, 1922

No Playing

  1. Ned Weyburn, Dancing Dozen with Sibylla Bowhan and Edwin M'Kenna, The Prettiest and Best Arranged Dance Revuew of the Season.
  2. Otto Brothers, "The First Entrance", A Scream All The Way
  3. Harry Watkins "Not an Act, An Event"
  4. Extra, "Chop Suey", Educational Comedy

Friday, November 24, 1922

Now Playing

  1. The Wizard of the Mandolin, D. Apollon "Bi-Ba-Bu" with Raymond-Pavlow, Emily Fitzgerald
  2. "The Big Game", Harvard, Hold & Kendrick
  3. Thurnton and King "I Play a Fiddle"
  4. Conn and Alberg "On the Way to School"
  5. Mabel Burke Assisted by Lucille Dumont "Song Hits of 1922"
  6. Educational Comedy
  7. Chas. Ray in "Gas, Oil & Water", Charley at his very best

Saturday, November 25, 1922

Four Days Starting Sunday

  1. Sunday only In the Days of Buffalo Bill, Chapter VII

Wednesday, November 29, 1922

You'll be thankful for the entire new bill tomorrow

Continuous dailiy 1 to 11

  1. Oriental Fantasies
  2. Davis Bros. & Tanean
  3. Kelly & Drake
  4. Pantzer Sylva "Waht's it All About"

Thursday, November 30, 1922

You'll be thankful for the entire new bill of Vaudeville

  1. Oriental Fantasies

December

Friday, December 1, 1922

  1. Now playing, Oriental Fantasies
  2. Extra Added Feature Frank Von Hoven"A Night at the Club"

Saturday, December 2, 1922

  1. Chapter IX "In the Days of Buffalo Bill" Sunday Only
  2. Many Others

Monday, December 4, 1922

Now Playing

  1. Lewis &Gordon Present, Mabel McCane in "Will O' The Wisp", a delightful romance in six scenes with music

Wednesday, December 6, 1922

Entire New Bill and Amateurs Thursday

  1. Raymond Hughes Girls, Including 8 real dazzlers in the greatest Ballet Ever seen in Vaudeville, Cooper & Ricardo "Did you See My Horse?"

Thursday, December 7, 1922

New Bill Today

  1. Ray Raymond, Adelaide and the Hughes Girls, 10 artists in unique terpsichorean production
  2. Raymond Hughes Girls, Including 8 real dazzlers in the greatest Ballet Ever seen in Vaudeville, Cooper & Ricardo "Did you See My Horse?"

Friday, December 8, 1922

The Show's a Riot

  1. Ray Raymond, Adelaide and the Hughes Girls, 10 artists in unique terpsichorean production
  2. Cooper & Ricardo "Did you See My Horse?"
  3. Lillian & Henry Zeigler, Exponents of Modern Equillibrism

Monday, December 11, 1922

All Hit Bill!

Where Everybody Goes, All STandard Vaudeville

  1. The Dolly DAvis Revuew, a melange of Mirth, Melody and Dance

Tuesday, December 12, 1922

Now Play Continuous Daily 1 to 11>

  1. Vaudeville, the Dolly Davis Revuew, Seven Stars in an old time Minstrel Show
  2. Janet of France, with Tommy Tucker

Wednesday, December 13, 1922

An Entire New Bill Thursday

Vaudeville

  1. David Schooler in "Music Hath Charms"

Thursday, December 14, 1922

  1. David Schooler in "Music Hath Charms"
  2. Extra Added Feature, Shura Rulowa, and her Russian Ballet

Saturday, December 16, 1922

  1. Chapter XI "In the Days of Buffalo Bill

Monday, December 18, 1922

Vaudeville, continuous daily 1 to 11

  1. "Up Town & Down Town
  2. Austin & Delaney, "The Syncopated Hotel"

Wednesday, December 20, 1922

Entire New Bill Thursday

  1. M. Golden Presents, "Money is Money", Unique Musical Novelty with Joe Greenwald and Nine Artists

Monday, December 25, 1922

Poli's Vaudeville

    Tuesday, December 26, 1922

    Now Playing, The Fashion Revue

      Wednesday, December 27, 1922

      Thursday, Friday, Saturday

      Supreme Vaudeville, the most sensational Vaudeville engagement in years

      1. Frisco, the original - icomparable - the ronowned, all others are imatators, creator of the jazz dance, the American Apache
      2. Eddie Cassady, the Minstrel Star

      Friday, December 29, 1922

      Sunday at Midnight, Vaudeville Frolic


        1923

        January

        Saturday, January 6, 1923

        Bridgeport Institute of Refined Amusements

          Tuesday, January 9, 1923

          The Showplace of Bridgeport, Gala Supreme Vaudeville

          6 Head Line Feature

          1. Hazel Green and Her Band
          2. Three Lordons
          3. Cronin & Hart
          4. M'Cormick &Winehill
          5. Sylvester Family

          Saturday, January 13, 1923

          Smashing Headline Acts

          1. "Here, There and Everywhere", a fantastic song dance journey to the land of melody

          Monday, January 15, 1923

          Marcus Show of 1923

          Direct from a 3 year triumph in the biggest legitimate theatres of the Golden West

          America's Foremost Girliesque Harlequinade with En touage of 40-12 Scenes

          1. Extra Comedy Riot, Buster Keaton in "Cops"
          2. Agnes Ayers, "A Daughter of Luxury"