Everyones

Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Created/Published
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Issue
Vol.4 No.292 (7 October 1925)
Images
44
Notes
In some issues blank pages have been inserted to maintain the correct�left - right pagination.
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Contents

Advertising 1
EVERYONES 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
EVERYONES 3
Advertising 3
Acres, Athletics and Acting. 3
Advertising 3
EVERYONE'S 4
Weekly Chat to Showmen. Look After the Projection 4
Political Points. The Censorship Question 4
What is Australian Sentiment? 4
The Victorian Censorship Debate in Legislative Council 5 , 6
The Federal Elections. 5
Advertising 7
New Zealand. 8
NEW ZEALAND MOVIE BALL. 8
Advertising 8
What a Dominion Exhibitor Thinks of “Everyones.” 8
“Everyones” in the Dominion. 8
METRO-aOLDWYN’S BIG NEW ZEALAND SHIPMENT. 8
Advertising 9
Victorian Exhibitor Returns 10
Filming the Lyre Bird 10
How Would You Like This? 10
Tivoli Revels 10
South Australia. Week ending October 2, 1915. 10
West Australia. Week ending October 2, 1915. 10
"It Would Be Fun to Appear in Pictures." 10
Tom Mix in “The Yankee Senor.” 10
Juggler and Screen Comedian 10
Richard Dix to Marry 10
More Country Picture Theatres 10
Advertising 11
Natural and Slow Motion Photography on One Film 12
William Scott in Los Angeles. 12
Harold Lloyd’s Best Comedy 12
Sydney Chaplin in “The Man on The Box,” for Master Pictures 12
Advertising 12 , 13
Cootamundra Celebrates Movie Ball 14
Sydney Picture Theatres. 14
Is the Music-hall Dead? £200,000 a Year in Wages Lost to the Cinema. 14
Tasmania September 26, 1925. 14
Chaplin to Build Theatre in New York 14
F. A. Hughes Ltd. Activities 14
Advertising 15
New British Productions 16
Cefdnsoring the Censor. 16
Advertising 16
New Theatre at Thirroul (N.S.W.) 16
Harry Southwell Again 16
Advertising 16
EVERYONE'S RECNT FILM RELEASES 17 , 21
Advertising 17 , 19 , 20
Federal Labor Leader Discusses the £67,000,000 Loan 21
Further Success of “Charley’s Aunt” 21
Archie Martin Returning 21
Vaudeville Booking Agent to Return 21
Exploiting the Motion Picture. 21
Advertising 23
Harry P. Muller in San Francisco, 24
Further First National Features Arrive per “Ventura” 24
Important Film Merger in Los Angeles 24
Fox Trade Screening 24
Advertising 25 , 26
Queensland Week Ending October 3rd, 1925. 27
BIRCH, CARROLL AND COYLE CIRCUIT. 27
Szarka Bros. Looking for Novelties 27
Advertising 27 , 29
Conkey's Chicago Letter 642 North State Street, August 22, 1925. 30
“The Phantom of the and New Zealand’s 1925 Movie Ball. 30
New Organist for Prince EdWard, Sydney. 30
Union Theatres and Master Vaudeville 30
Tivoli Round-the-World Tour 30
Sudden Death of Theatrical Manager 30
A Globe-Trotter Back 30
The Dignity of Exploitation 31
Narranderas Movie Ball 31
Advertising 31
In and Around Los Angeles. 32
Advertising 33 , 34
VICTORIA Week commencing October 3, 1925. 34
Advertising 34
Melbourne Theatres Week Commencing October 3rd. 35
From the Departments of Film Publicity 36
Charles Chaplin in “The Gold Rush” Sweeps Away All Broadway Records 37
Title Writers Signed Up 37
“Meet the Marquis!” 37
Noted Quartette at Work 37
Monte Blue, Boxer 37
“The Man Without a Conscience 37
Chaplin's “The Gold Rush” Breaks Records 37
Preliminaries of “The Auction Block” 37
More New Material for United Artists 37
Metro-Goldicyn Retains Nicholaus 37
£200 For Good Story Idea 37
Mildred Davis to Return to Screen 37
Advertising 38
Performers Visit Waterfall Sanatorium 38
Australian Performers in India 38
Advertising 38
Australian Tenor Successful in San Francisco 38
Advertising 38
The Play and Otherwise 39
With the Song Publishers. 40
Advertising 40
The Waltz Controversy (To the Editor of “Everyonea.”) 40
Advertising 40
Adelaide. Week Ending 2nd October 41
Brisbane. Week Ending, October 2nd 41
Those Old-time Photographs. 41
In the Bad Old Days. 41
Perth Week Ending 2nd October 41
Newcastle. Week Ending October 2nd. 41
Advertising 42
Sydney theatres Week Commencing 20th September 42
Advertising 42 , 43 , 44

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