The Duncan Sisters
United Artists World Premiere
With the presentation of Misses Rosetta and Vivian Duncan in "Topsy and Eva" a novelty photoplay is offered that should appeal to picture-goers over the world. While millions of theater-goers have enjoyed these superb artists during their stage appearances, their entertaining genius has been permanently recorded with the additional advantages of motion picture art. I am pleased to present this novelty comedy-drama for United Artists.
JOSEPH M. SCHENCK
(Miss Vivian) THE DUNCAN SISTERS (Miss Rosetta)
THROUGHOUT the run of "Topsy and Eva" at Grauman's Egyptian, the Duncan Sisters will appear twice daily with Mr. Grauman's prologue with their inimitable musical numbers and incomparable wit.
Sid Grauman presents the Duncan Sisters' and Larry
Ceballos' "Topsy and Eva" prologue
OVERTURE, Medley, "Way
Down South," Egyptian Orchestra
SCENE: PLANTATION ON THE
PRINCIPALS AND SPECIALTIES
N.B.—The Duncan Sisters will be seen in their personal program at every performance during the run of "Topsy and Eva."
"Topsy and Eva" Prologue Supervised by SID GRAUMAN
Immediately after the showing of "Topsy and Eva" Fred Niblo, peerless master of ceremonies, will present The Duncan Sisters and the members of the cast.
THE DUNCAN SISTERS
Based on the play by CATHERINE CHISHOLM CUSHING
Topsy . . . Rosetta Duncan
DIRECTED BY DEL LORD
Production Consultant, Myron Selznick
Settings by William Cameron Menzies; Comedy Constructor, Clarence Hennecke; Photography by John W. Boyle, A.S.C.; Technical Direction, Ned Herbert Mann; Continuity by Scott Darling; Interior Decorations, Casey Roberts; Titles by Dudley Early; Wardrobe Management, Frank Donnellan; Film Editor, Hal C. Kern; Assistant Director, Bruce Humberstone
A UNITED ARTISTS PICTURE
Copyright MCMXXVII by Feature Productions, Inc.
[AD for Cecil B. DeMille's The King of Kings]
It affords me great pleasure to present the Duncan Sisters in the World Premiere of their first motion picture—"Topsy and Eva." Following an extended engagement of this premiere showing at the Egyptian, doubly entertaining with the personal appearances of these famed artists, "Topsy and Eva" will be offered to the world of picture followers.
THE SAME complete program as given tonight will be repeated twice daily at 2:10 and 8:10 p.m., during the run of the Duncan Sisters in "Topsy and Eva" at Grauman's Egyptian.
PRICES AND RESERVATIONS
EVENING PRICES: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
MATINEE PRICES: 50c, 75c, $1.00, Monday to Friday; 75c, $1.00, Saturday and Sunday; Holiday Matinee, Evening Prices Prevail. U.S. Excise Tax Additional