Cinema Notes, Apr. 21, 1923

General Leonard Wood's son, Leonard Wood, Jr., has entered the theatrical business, and will shortly open a stock company in White Plains, N. Y.

Blossom Time, which opened in Philadelphia on October 8, has had the longest run of any show ever produced in that city.

Channing Pollock has already received $300,000 royalties from the various companies playing his popular hit, The Fool, which was advertised as " the Lenten play." By the time all the road companies have completed their barnstorming he expects to have made $1,000,000.

In London, the first night of...

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