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DDUMCONDP A CO AN D

DDUMCONDP A CO AN D

Technicolor ICitra; Dtyt nsgsi = I.art Pav; Willard Parkar = WRECK OF THE HESPERUS = Todnorrow: Eddi* Oaan = WILD WEST. = William trail Ella Raiati = THE SENATOR WAS IROISCRir =Eura: Th* and Th* Priaara i——i IllSffl < r=i = Robtrt aim Nay = Newton Ouinncti
July 26, 1949 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BROADWAY Doc FAi : s L D open 1. A5 5 FRANCINI' TONI. WARREN WILLIAM TRAIL OF THE VIGILANTES Lawser—TN!

BROADWAY Doc FAi : s L D open 1. A5 5 FRANCINI' TONI. WARREN WILLIAM TRAIL OF THE VIGILANTES Lawser—TN!

BROADWAY Doc FAi : s L D open 1. A5 5 FRANCINI' TONI. WARREN WILLIAM TRAIL OF THE VIGILANTES Lawser—TN! MAN AT T!IE CATE
November 20, 1941 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
RV ('I \ BALM OR A I xl Mon .Tues Franehot Tone and Warren William TRAIL OF THE VIGILANTES Showing

RV ('I \ BALM OR A I xl Mon .Tues Franehot Tone and Warren William TRAIL OF THE VIGILANTES Showing

RV ('I \ BALM OR A I xl Mon .Tues Franehot Tone and Warren William TRAIL OF THE VIGILANTES Showing 3.50. 6.10, 8.50. Wilfrid , 'n and Jerroid in MAN AT THE GATE
November 17, 1941 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
HERE COMES THE NAVY

HERE COMES THE NAVY

REGALwed. FRANCHOT TONE, • W WILLIAM "Trail of the Vigilantes" Silo% mg at 330. d 3u. Aldo Wilind a r..l Wiry Jerrold ,n "MAN AT THE GATE"
November 17, 1941 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ALHAMBRA FRIDAY SATURDAY: JUDY GARLAND, GEORGE MURPHY, CHAS. WINNINGER in : 1.1•11,E NELLIE KELLY" APOLL 0 Mug. K 4 0

ALHAMBRA FRIDAY SATURDAY: JUDY GARLAND, GEORGE MURPHY, CHAS. WINNINGER in : 1.1•11,E NELLIE KELLY" APOLL 0 Mug. K 4 0

an. Running time M.i min• bum el Tame—"PDACE, by ADOLF HITLER' BROADWAY ALLA ROAD Doors isms 1.15 FRANCHOT TONE. WARREN WILLIAM TRAIL OF THE VIGILANTES LorHOR—TME MAN AT THE CATE CAPITOL ANTRIM R OAD WILL NAY and .., The Ghost of St. Michael's W. 6 IN THE
November 21, 1941 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
1 FORUM Mow Way, Tunday, PHA/IDIOT TONE, WAMPUM WILLIAM Trail of the Vigilantes MUNN :11 Mad at Cate Thwooky, Friday.

1 FORUM Mow Way, Tunday, PHA/IDIOT TONE, WAMPUM WILLIAM Trail of the Vigilantes MUNN :11 Mad at Cate Thwooky, Friday.

1 FORUM Mow Way, Tunday, PHA/IDIOT TONE, WAMPUM WILLIAM Trail of the Vigilantes MUNN :11 Mad at Cate Thwooky, Friday. Saturday: TYRONE POWER, RAM RATIMIONIE in THE MARK of ZORRO
December 27, 1941 - Ireland's Saturday Night - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
I Franchot Tone and Warren William "THE TRAIL OP THE VIGILANTES" U 718, 0.25. fI.IS—"MAN AT THE OATC."-8.25 (Wilfrid Lawron)

I Franchot Tone and Warren William "THE TRAIL OP THE VIGILANTES" U 718, 0.25. fI.IS—"MAN AT THE OATC."-8.25 (Wilfrid Lawron)

I Franchot Tone and Warren William "THE TRAIL OP THE VIGILANTES" U 718, 0.25. fI.IS—"MAN AT THE OATC."-8.25 (Wilfrid Lawron)
February 10, 1942 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE LOST LEADER

THE LOST LEADER

LONGFOKI* PROIHTTIONB IMm To-morrow 7.30, p.m. “THE MASTER BUILDER" By HENRIK IBSEN. 'Phone 74045. ODEON ★ Tana, Warren William to "TRAIL OF THE VIGILANTES” Alto at ft p.m. Will Hay in " BLACK WHITEHALL.*
October 18, 1943 - Dublin Evening Mail - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
CAPITOL THEATRE

CAPITOL THEATRE

13. 9.0 Dennis O'Keefe, Helen Walker. In ** BREWSTER'S MILLIONS." with Mischa Auer. Gait Patrick & Rochester. Also: William Boyd, “TRAIL DUST." GREEN ' 7 K Bing Crosby Fred Mac Murray • SING YOU SINNERS." Also: Warner Baxter m " THE DOCTOR’S WARNING."
May 19, 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
ASTORIA j?. u ?. , Deniu* O’Keefe. Helen Walker. In *• BREWSTER S MILLIONS/* with Miscba Auer. Gail Patrick &

ASTORIA j?. u ?. , Deniu* O’Keefe. Helen Walker. In *• BREWSTER S MILLIONS/* with Miscba Auer. Gail Patrick &

u ?. , Deniu* O’Keefe. Helen Walker. In *• BREWSTER S MILLIONS/* with Miscba Auer. Gail Patrick & Rochester. Also: William Boyd, ’•TRAIL OUST.**
May 20, 1947 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland