BROADWAY COMPANY IN THE MOVIES (1926) - The members of the Broadway company at the Broadhurst Theater amuse themselves between matinee and night performances of their show Broadway by taking motion pictures with a diminutive motion picture camera. The camera takes 200 feet of film and a dressing room wall is suitable for projection purposes. Left to right: Mildred Wall, Eloise Stream, Edith Van Cleve, Lee Tracy, and Elizabeth Allen, and camera operator Constance Brown

BROADWAY COMPANY IN THE MOVIES (1926) - The members of the Broadway company at the Broadhurst Theater amuse themselves between matinee and night performances of their show Broadway by taking motion pictures with a diminutive motion picture camera. The camera takes 200 feet of film and a dressing room wall is suitable for projection purposes. Left to right: Mildred Wall, Eloise Stream, Edith Van Cleve, Lee Tracy, and Elizabeth Allen, and camera operator Constance Brown


Barbara Stanwyck and Rex Cherryman in a still from the broadway production of ‘The Noose’, 1926

Barbara Stanwyck and Rex Cherryman in a still from the broadway production of ‘The Noose’, 1926