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  At this movie palace, little studios —some fronts for big ones— produced most of the features: Realart, Fine Arts, Lone Star, Peter Pan, Prizma, Rollins, Hallmark Pictures, Christie Film. Thomas Ince, Keystone, and Paramount also made a few. Adults paid a 20¢ admission fee; children, 17¢. Two pennies of each admission went to pay the World War One war tax.  
  It was Sidney Lust's Regent Theater, Washington, D.C., Halloween Week, October 26-28, 1920.