Theatre Notes, Nov. 19, 1923

Famous Players, the largest motion picture concern in the world, will suspend production for a number of months. Their representatives assure the world at-large, however, that they have a vast supply of undisclosed photography in their possession. Heading their list is The Ten Commandments, a $2,000,000 production which, they trust, will follow their The Covered Wagon as the most popular film in the world. The prologue shows the original ten in process of discovery by Moses; later the film discusses their application in modern life.

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