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Title
Everyones
Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Created/Published
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Issue
Vol.3 No.166 (9 May 1923)
Pages
180
Notes
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EVERYONES 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 23 , 24 , 25 , 26 , 27 , 28 , 29 , 30 , 31 , 32 , 33 , 34 , 35 , 36 , 37 , 38 , 39 , 40 , 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 45 , 46 , 47 , 48 , 49 , 50 , 51 , 52 , 53 , 54 , 55 , 56 , 57 , 58 , 59 , 60 , 61 , 62 , 63 , 64 , 65 , 66 , 67 , 68 , 69 , 70 , 71 , 72 , 73 , 74 , 75 , 76 , 77 , 78 , 79 , 80 , 81 , 82 , 83 , 84 , 85 , 86 , 87 , 88 , 89 , 90 , 91
EVERYONES 91
Advertising 91
Designing the Theatre 91 , 94
Advertising 91
“EVERYONES” 92
Weekly Chat to Showmen. 92
Have Your Say. 92
Queensland. 92
Kinema Club Goes Out. 92
Entertainments Tax Prosecution 92
South Australia. Week Ending. 4th May. 93
Victoria. 93
Theatre Fire. 93
Player-piano in Act at Pictures. 93
Will Douglas Come? 93
Approaching. 93
Picture Show For Miranda. 93
Floods in Dunedin (N.Z.). 93
An Old-Timer Turns Up. 94
Australia a Land of Promise. 94
Coogar's Competition. 94
Huge Sydney Picture Advertising. 94
Movie Humor and “The Herald.” 95
The Greek as a Picture Showman. 95
British Film Trade Shows. 95
Disturbance at Theatre. 95
Eighteen Stars in the Same Cast. 95
Big “Dope” Film. 95
GOLDWYN'S THEODORA 97
No title 98
I Pledge---- 99
Advertising 100 , 101
World-Mide Interest in Paramount Actibities. 102
The Airecting Benius Rehinb Paramount Pirtures. 103 , 109
hom Paramount Abvertises and Puhlicises for the Exhhihitors. 104
Forthcoming paramount pictures 105 , 107 , 111
Paramount Releases an Australian Picture. 105
Advertising 106
Cecil B. De Mille’s Greatest Is “Adams Rib.” 107
Advertising 108
“Bella Donna” Made Into Paramount Film. 109
Advertising 110
“Hollywoodr Not a Propaganda Picture. 111
Advertising 112
Realart Otters Rare Entertainment Treat. 113 , 114
Paramount's Probnction Activities for 1923 Hnprecebented in Screen Annals. 115
Advertising 116
Some of the Pictureb Treats that metro Offer. 117
Advertising 118
Some of the Pictureb Treats that metro Offers. 119
Advertising 120
A Runch of fottings from metro 121
Advertising 122 , 123 , 124
Personalities. 124
Advertising 125 , 126 , 127 , 128 , 129
Publicity Men and Ideas. 129
Advertising 129 , 130
4 Famous Cinematographer. 131
False Values. 131
Cutting The Admission Price. 131
A “Sheik’9 Burlesque. 132
An Ancient Criticism. 132
Goldwyn Activities. 132
The Reader Versus the “Movie Fan 132
The Real Movie Thrill. 132
Picture Work Is Easy—Perhaps! 133
Censor Chief Would Have Children Study Films. 133
Better Pictures. Music, Synchronisation and Effects. 133
Triangles To Be Re-Issued. 133
Ted Tighe, of Newcastle. 133
How to Got Into Movies! 133
They Don’t Rave. 134
The Trade Paper and the Screen. 134
Sidelights On Censorship. 134
No Premium On Ignorance. 134
London Letter [?] Alfred Rose, 4 Blenheim Street. New Bond Street. On the Importation of Foreign Stars. 135
Annual Film Values. 135
Australian Films. 135
Some Maoriland Reminiscences 136
The Cinema Agent. 136
[?]Church and the Cinema. 137
Directors Insist on Realism. 137
When Will Australia Really Produce Pictures. 137
Double-shutter for Dissolving View Effects. 138
The German Theatre. 138
Australian Picture Production. 138
Big Exhibitors' Convention. 138
The News Film and its Production. 139
Cinema Stars Marry. 139
From Stage to Films. 139
AS PAS SEES 140
The Pictures. Astonishing Statistics. 140
Chaplin in “The Pilgrim.” 140
Pat he Has Hal Roche Comedies. 140
Movie Influences. 140
Pioneer Movies. [?]ecessity for Preserving Records. 141
Legitimate Publicity. 141
Movie Influences. 141
AS FAS SEES 141
Great Adventure Filmed. 141
John D. Williams. 142
Race For Film Supremacy. 142
America Gains Another Laugh-maker. 142
Tales That Never Die. 143
Serious Business. 143
Associated Authors and the Big Four. 143
Old Sign Passes. 143
With the Exhibitors. 144 , 145
Originality Not Wanted In Movies. 146
SevDFen Cameras and One SceneDF. 146
How Pictures Are Made. 146
Movie Actors Unduly Criticised, Says Priest. 146
“Running Rate” For Films. 146
Fickle Movie Stars. 146
"Song Sharks” and Their Prey. 147
Penrod Story For First National. 147
Harold Lloyd s Latest. 147
Unenviable Experience. 147
English Actresses in Australia. 147
Eric's Speedy Rise. 147 , 148
The Pictures. Repeal of Entertainment Tax. 148
What the Public Wants. 148
Famous Dancer in Film. 148
William S. Hart Divorce. 148
The Cinema in America. 148
£30,000 Films. 148
The Kinema Club. 148
EXHIBITORS' SERVICE PAGE 149 , 157
How Long is a Programme? 149
The Week's Illustrated Idea. 149
Ban On Roscoe Arbuckle Is Lifted. 150
The Training of a German Actor. 150
Old-timers On London Stage. 150
May Film “Romeo and Juliet” 150
[?] a Los Angeles Studio. 151
Children and the “Movies 151
Making Pictures In France. 151
First National Pictures For South Africa. 151
Some Lyceum Reminiscences. 152
"Tut” and the Film 152
Hints on the Care of Dynam and Motors. 152
Cinema Revival. 152
Flirting With The Movies. 153 , 156
Ruth Roland Finds Some Stunts Performed For Pathe-serials More Dangerous Than Anticipated. 154
Applying Brains to Acting. 154
Inee Sees Boom For Film Industry. 154
Kill The Bill. 154
Advertising 155
Award Not For “Kubeliks” 156
Remodelling an Old Theatre. 156
The Growth oj the Picture Industry in W.A. 156
In Added Touch of Dignity. 157
Don’t Be Selfish With Your Ideas, or Modest of Your Achievements. 157
Germany and a Crisis. 157
Rudolph Rampant. 157
Helping British Production? 158
Improving The Films. 158
The Years Best Pictures—And Why. 159
The Censorship of Plays. 159 , 160
No Female Impersonators for Java. 160
The Stage—a Factor of Social Life. 160
Don't Spare the Applause. 160
An Old-time Ventriloquist. 160
Too Right! 160
The Actor s Awakening. 161
Useless Advice to Magicians. 161
Advertising 161
Shakespeare in Modern Fashion. 161
A Popular Baritone. 161
Queensland Still Good For Show Business. 162
Chinese and American Capital Behind Plan to Spread Film Industry Throughout China. 162
Running Speed. 162
nging Adams Rib to Life. As Related by Albert Deane. 163
West Australia. 163
Advertising 163 , 164 , 165
When the Australian-Produced Picture Made Big Money. 166 , 167
It Pays to be Clean on the Stage. 167
Sydney's Recent Film Releases 168 , 172
Advertising 169
The Risks of Cross-Country Touring. 170
The Critic and the Public. 170
Real Art in Arturs' "Make-up.” 170 , 171
More of Marie Tempest. 171
Advertising 172
Tasmania. HOBART. 172
Vaudeville Jottings. 173
Comedy, Drama and Panto. 173
Playing the Pictures. 173
Circus. 173
Perth. April 27th. 173
Show Conditions in Other Countries. 174
Hissing Prohibited. 174
New Zealand. WELLINGTON. 174
Abroad. 175
Bundaberg (Q.) Notes. 175
Advertising 176
Melbourne. 176
Adelaide. 176
Marriages. 177
Deaths. 177
In Memoriam. 177
Sydney Shows. 177
The Late Charles Workman. 177
Advertising 177 , 178
Twenty Years Between—And a Comparison. 178
Old English Part-Music. 178
Stage Beauty Dances in Court. 178
Advertising 178 , 179 , 180

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