Ticket for their first Revue called "Lets Go" in 1919. They marketed it as
"The show they talk about"
Ad for "Let's Go" during it's run from 1920
Ad for the F&M Revues, and promoting their Studio and Production team in Hollywood.
Choreographers Carlos Romero (mentioned in the ad) and Hermes Pan both started with Fanchon and Marco, as did choreographer/director Busby Berkeley
Fanchon pictured on sheet music for another one of their Revue's "Satires of 1920's
Copy of the Hollywood Pantages opening night program featuring Fanchon and Marco's Prologue "Rose Garden Idea"
Copy of Fanchon and Marco's "The Idea" promotional kit. These were produced and sent out the the theater's where the Ideas Prologues would run. Each prologue had it's own kit, this one is for the "Top of the World" idea