Boswell's celebrated talkiedrome will visit [blank space left to fill in location] for three nights. A first class up-to-date programme presented each night having secured the ultra latest talkie equipment, no expense has been spared to give the finest value ever offered the Irish public;
starring attraction Bud Abbott & Lou Costello in 'Pardon My Sarong'....the latest war news reels will be shown with each programme
Programme for a travelling cinema - patrons viewed the show in a marquee. The programme included showings of a "great mystery thriller", 'The Secret Agent', with one part to be shown each night; the musical 'Lily of Killarney', a Sherlock Holmes feature entitled 'Missing Rembrandt' and 'Jeanie, a beautiful Vitaphone song talkie'. [Vitaphone was the last major analog sound-on-disc system - the soundtrack was not on the film itself, but issued separately on a phonograph record]."For further details of various Cowboy and Comedy Features (Musical and Technicolour) see other bills...Children 4D [four pence] week nights only. Matinee announced in local schools".
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Kinsale, Co. Cork : Acton printer, [n.d., post April 1942-1945].
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet : col. ; 90 x 29 cm.
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