The Eagle (United Artists) (1925)

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Special Window Card and the Slides Slide No. 2 —Price 15 cents John W.Considine.Jr. presents « » nuuuLrn Valentino ithe Eagle SUPPORTEO By VILMA BANKYand LOUISE URESSER screen story by Hans Kraly a CLARENCE BROWN proouct »on United Artists Picture Special Windoiv Card—Price 10 cents ♦ “THE EAGLE” HERALDS Beautifully colored, handsomely made and attractively printed heralds on “The Eagle” can be obtained by ex¬ hibitors only from THE LONGACRE PRESS, Inc. 427-431 WEST 42nd STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. The heralds Must Be Ordered Direct from Longacrc Press. Do not order from United Artists Corporation Exchanges. The prices are as follows: 1,000 to 5,000 at - - $3.75 per M. 6,000 to 10,000 at - - $3.50 per M. 11,000 and over at - - $3.25 per M. Dating extra at - - - $1.25 per M. Send Money Order or New York Draft Longacre Press will send parcel-post, C.O.D. charges collect. Trailers on “The Eagle” can be ordered by exhibitors direct from National Screen Service, Inc., No. 126 West 46th St., New York City; No. 845 South Wabash Ave., Chicago, or No. 1922 South Vermont Ave., Los Angeles.