Sponsored by the Ashbury-Bradley Lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, chairman Samuel C. Chamberlain. The film was preceded by a three-act musical comedy stage production, which had rehearsals at the Lodge.
Directed by Miss May Chessman. Made by "Outing Club Productions." It was said of the film that "Everyone in town will appear on screen at one time or another." A stage show was followed by moving pictures of the town. The film featured 2 choruses of dancers and a fashion show.
Sponsored by the Three Links Club of Seny Lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF); Michael Proelich, general chairman. Created for the benefit of the IOOF annual Christmas party fund. Featured local characters in local settings. A special parade and a fashion show were incorporated into the film.
Part of the Boston Ladies' Aid Society Show, which local people to be in the show. Sponsored by a committee headed by Mrs. Jeannie Applegate. Featured a dancing chorus. Described as a film in which "party politics are forgotten" and which features an "amusing love affair."
Sponsored by the Fireman's Anniversary Celebration Committee. The actors were "well known local people."
Sponsored by the Lions Club. Starring Helen Sue Spangler in the title role.
Sponsored by Malone Kiwanis Club. The filmmakers had nightly rehearsals to prepare. The movie was filmed during the Dominion Day Parade.
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