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THE PICTURE PALACE. I The programmes at the Picture Palace, the Royal Hall, Ledbury, this week have been excedingly good. In the first half of the week there were three star films, the finest production of the three undoubtedly being the Vitagraph 41 The Vampires of the Desert. The Gaumont I drama, Saved by his Child was another good tihn. and "Subterranean Town" by the Ur- banora Co., was most exciting. The comedy pictures were excellent. Nobody should miss seeing the great film Protea," by the Eclair Co., which is un- doubtedly the finest picture shown in the hall since pictures have been shown here. It is un- doubtedly a great production. Next week will see an excellent programme at the Picture Palace the first three nights of the week, paiticulars of which will be found in the advertisement. For the following week the famous Attract- ive*" Comedy Costume Party, direct from the principal London Halls and leading Pier Payilions has been engaged. There will be an entirely diff- erent show each flight, which will include songs, dances, original concerted items, sketches and burlesques. Fur further details see next week's announcements. I We hear that on January 24 Madame Ivy Pell, who has been the pianist at the hall for some considerable time, concludes her engagement, and is striking out in the cinema line herself at New. ent and Wincheomhe. Patrons of the Palace will wish her well in her new venture, as Madame Pell's brilliant work at the piano has certainly added to the enjoyment of the pictures during her con nection with the local cinema. » —

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