Advertisement, the Toronto Star, February 28, 1930.
As the Revue was a neighbourhood theatre, it didn’t get the large-scale newspaper ads preferred by downtown’s movie palaces. Instead, it was listed among the community theatres, who received either B-movies or first-run features that had finished their runs elsewhere in the city. Married in Hollywood was a 1929 Fox musical of which only 12 minutes from the final reel is known to survive.
Of the films playing elsewhere in this listing, Four Devils is considered among one of the most significant lost silent features of the late 1920s. It was one of a handful of American films helmed by F.W. Murnau, who pioneered vampire flicks with Nosferatu.