Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Vol.4 No.288 (9 September 1925)
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Advertising 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
An Australian Wanderer Returns. 3 , 8
Advertising 3
Weekly Chat to Showmen. 4
The Position of the British Film 4
More Pertinent Facts. 5
Solving Problems in Stage Lighting 5
Western Australia. Week Ending 4th September. 5
W. A. Gibson Returning 5
“Imito-The Human Bird” 5
From the Departments of Film Publicity 6
Colleen Moore Remains With First National. Despite Numerous Tempting Offers. 6
Advertising 7
Receiving Congratulations 8
Selznick Specialising in Australian Film Product 8
“The Lost World” Stands Weather Test 8
Thieves at Picture Theatre 8
Tasmania August 29, 1925. 8
Taree Exhibitor is Slick Speedy Response to Wire. 8
Another International Producing Scheme Anglo-Italian Film Agreement. 8
Marion Fairfax Busy 8
Picture Folk for N.Z. 8
Bobby Dexter Now Prominent Author 8
Educational Films Big Schedule 8
Advertising 9
Dinner to Here. C. Mclntyre 10
"Our Harmoniser 10
Princess Rangiriri in Adelaide. 10
The Entertainment Tax 10
Stuart F. Doyle Buys Speed Boat 10
De Forest Phonofilm 10
British “Short” Films 10
Sydney Picture Theatres. 10
Driden Visits Home Office 10
From Europe 10
Commonwealth Loan 10
Bright Prospects Ahead 10
Thring Visits Sydney 10
Clean Films 10
New Australian Cameraman 10
Advertising 11 , 12 , 13 , 14
South Australia. Week ending September 4, 1925. 14
Have Your Say Federal Members and the Entertainment Tax. 14
A Practical Union of Church and Stage. London s Latest and Most Up-to-date Theatre Built Around Existing Church. 15
Sydney's “Beaucaire Ball” was a Gay and Glittering Success 15
Advertising 17 , 18 , 19 , 20
“Ten Commandments” in Wellington (N.Z.) 21
Vaudeville Ball and Tivoli Revels 21
At Enmore Theatre 21
A Hint to Showmen 21
“Is the Waltz Coming Back?” 21
“The White Monkey” Passes Censor 21
“The Call of the Wild” 21
Double Bay Theatre Changes Hands 21
Johnny Hines Speeds up on his First First National 21
Mr. N. B. Freeman Returns from N.Z. 21
Another Famous Music Hall to Play Pictures 21
Gloria Swanson in “Madame Sans Gene.” 21
Exhibitors and the Entertainment Tax 21
Another Aussie Wins Screen Fame 21
Advertising 23
Exploiting the Motion Picture. 24
Abroad 24
Advertising 25
“The Air Hawk” Big Master Picture Thriller. 27
Entire Far Eastern Territory Anticipating “The Ten Commandments” 27
With the Exhibitors 27
The Late W. H. Donaldson. 27
Seventh Week of “Monsieur Beaucaire.” Starts Saturday. September 12. 27
Film Executives’ Congenial Surroundings 27
Gavin Still in America 27
English Film Principals Arrive in Australia 27
The Original Pollard Opera Company 28
Advertising 28
The Slump of Variety in England 28
A Little Action 28
Fox Club Dance 28
Union Theatres’ Conference. 28
Leeton’s Second Annual Movie Ball 28
Advertising 29
Theatre Managers Will Now be Trained in a School Para mount Pictures' Pi novation. 30
Advertising 30
Adelaide Movie Ball 30
Paramount Secures Picture of Life Story of Jack Hobbs. Internationally-famous Cricketer Makes Fine Movie Star 30
U.A. General Manager Back From the Dominion 30
Marriages 30
Deaths 30
Temora Literary Institute 30
VICTORIA Week commencing September 5, 1925. 31 , 38
Advertising 31
New Zealand 32
Big New Zealand Film Deal. Auckland Solid Paramount Centre for Entire Year of 1926. 32
What of the Film Independents? An American Viewpoint 33
Allan Priora to Marry 33
No Room for Weaklings in Big Sills Picture 33
Advertising 33 , 34
Queensland Week ending September 4, 1925. 34
Not in the Scenario Screen Stars Surprised. 34
Theatrical Folk Held Up by Railway Strike 35
An Old-time Bill 35
Ten Best Musicians 35
New Musical Invention 35
Advertising 35 , 36
Keeley and Aldous in England. Australian Dancers Confirm Acute Vaudeville Conditions Still Existing. 36
To Sell “Performer” Shares 36
League of British 36
Advertising 36 , 37
Sydney Theatres Week Commencing September 5th. 37 , 42
Advertising 37
Melbourne Theatles Week Ending September 5th. 38
Advertising 38
Australian Escapologist in India 38
Vaudeville Artists’ Windfall 38
Union Theatres and Master Jaudeville 38
Princess Theatre Closed 38
The Play and Otherwise 39
With the Song Publishers. 40
A Broadcasting Stunt 40
Advertising 40
The Play and Otherwise. 41
The Protest Against Imported Musicians 41
Adelaide Week Ending September 4th. 42
Brisbane Week ending September 5. 42
Perth Week Ending 4th September 42
Newcastle 42
Vaudeville and Revue in South Africa 27th July. 42
Sir Benjamin Fuller Holidaying 42
Advertising 43 , 44



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