This Day In History: 1935-02-22
The big attraction at the Holley Theatre in Ramsey on Friday and Saturday was “The Painted Veil”. The story of an Australian heiress who defied her mother by marrying a young English doctor starred Herbert Marshall and “the incomparable” Greta Garbo. George Brent had a supporting role. The second feature was “Here is My Heart starring Kitty Carlisle and Bing Crosby. Bing played an impoverished corner who woos an heiress by posing as a waiter in her hotel. Other local theaters that week had such diverse attraction as Ronald Coleman and Loretta Young in “Clive of India” at the Lafayette, Katherine Hepburn in Barrie’s “The… ” and W. C. Fields, Lionel Barrymore, Little Minister, and Marlene Dietrich in “The Scarlett Empress” at the Strand in Suffern.
Maureen O’Sullivan, Edna May Oliver and Madge Evans in Dicken’s David Copperfield at the Warner in Ridgewood.