Beeson Theater – March 1917

March 1: Daddy-Long-Legs based on the novel by Jean Webster

Dodge City Daily Globe, February 21, 1917

Dodge City Daily Globe, February 20, 1917

March 2: Pantages Vaudeville performer Hardeen and four other unnamed acts plus “Plain Jane” starring Bessie Barriscale

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 2, 1917

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 2, 1917

March 3: “Artie, the Millionaire Kid” starring Ernest Truex and Dorothy Kelly

March 5: “Sins of Her Parent” starring Gladys Brockwell

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 5, 1917

March 6: “A Sister of Six” starring Bessie Love

March 7: “Blind Justice” starring Benjamin Christie and Katherine Sanders

*Note: “Blind Justice” can be viewed online here.

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 7, 1917

March 8: “In the Diplomatic Service” starring Francis X Bushman and Beverly Bayne

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 8, 1917

March 9: Pantages Vaudeville acts All Aboard (Ethel Whiteside with Bob Harmon, Jack Ellsworth, and Ardelle Cleaves), Miss Nancy Fair, The Novel Bros., Walch & Rand, and Olympia DeVall & Company plus films “The Return of Draw Egan” and “Black Eyes and Blue”

*Note: “The Return of Draw Egan” can be viewed online here.

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 8, 1917

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 6, 1917

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 7, 1917

March 10: “The Crown Prince’s Double” starring Maurice Costello and Norma Talmadge

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 10, 1917

March 12: “The Mediator” starring George Walsh and Juanita Hansen

March 13: “Atta Boy’s Last Race” starring Dorothy Gish

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 13, 1917

March 14: “The Man of Mystery” starring E. H. Sothern and Charlotte Ives

March 15: “The Brand of Cowardice” starring Lionel Barrymore and Grace Valentine

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 15, 1917

March 16: Pantages Vaudeville acts Herbert Brooks, Imperial Military Octette, The Whott Four, Ed Corelli & Charles Gillette, and Bill & Bob Willard plus film “The Vagabond Prince”

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 15, 1917

March 17: “The Adventures of Buffalo Bill” featuring Colonel William F Cody and “The Dust of Egypt” starring Edith Storey and Antonio Moreno

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 17, 1917

March 18: St. Patrick’s Day program featuring the St. Mary of the Plains Academy Choral Club. “The Heart of Nora Flynn” starring Marie Doro was scheduled to be shown but was replaced by “The Marriage of Molly-O” starring Mae Marsh and Robert Harron

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 15, 1917

March 19: “Jealousy” starring Valeska Suratt

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 19, 1917

March 20: “American Aristocracy” starring Douglas Fairbanks and Jewel Carmen

March 21: “The Courage of Silence” starring Alice Joyce and Harry T Morey

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 21, 1917

March 22: “The Gates of Eden” starring Viola Dana

March 23: Pantages Vaudeville acts California Girls, Sterling & Margurite, Mayme & Mayme, Winston’s Water Lions, and Joe Roberts plus “Somewhere in France”

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 22, 1917

March 24: “The Man Behind the Curtain” starring Lillian Walker and Evart Overton

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 24, 1917

March 26: “The Vixen” starring Theda Bara was scheduled to be shown but was rescheduled for April 2.

March 27: No listing for this date.

March 28: No listing for this date.

March 29: No listing for this date.

March 30: Pantages Vaudeville acts The Courtroom Girls, Portia Sisters, Harmony Maids, Chisholm & Breen, and Cook Sisters

Dodge City Daily Globe, March 29, 1917

March 31: No listing for this date.

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