Everyones

Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Created/Published
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Issue
Vol.6 No.391 (31 August 1927)
Images
44
Notes
In some issues blank pages have been inserted to maintain the correct left / right pagination. Missing pages 31-32; 43-44; 47-48 from hard copy. Pages 49-50 are damaged, preservation material covering text.
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Contents

Advertising 1
EVERYONES 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
EVERYONES 3
Advertising 3
Marvels of Light for Australian Theatres. 3
Advertising 3
EVERYONES 4
CENSOR’S SALARIES 4
SUBURBAN INVASIONS 4
ALONG FILM ROW 4
Prospects, Pools and Politics. Financial Depression and Savings Bank Facts—Who Will Lead Next Year?— Challenging the Big 3—Fighting the Buying Pools. Exclusively Written for “Everyones” byGayne Dexter. 5
U.S. Distribs May Fight Buying Pools 6
Commission Foreshadows Tighter Censorship and Uniform Laws. Nat Solomons Quotes Managerial Reports on Empire Pictures l3 out of 52 Good. Adelaide Censors Tell Why “So This Is Paris” was Barred. 6
Bound for the Golden West 6
Birthdays of the Week 6
No Roof Theatre over St. James. 7
More Hollywood Players to Produce Here. Pat O’Malley and Francis McDonald Head Troupe Seeking to Establish Production Headquarters in Australia. May Hear Local Conditions from Dunlap. 7
How Australia’s First Atmospheric Theatre Will Look. 7
TALK OF NEW YORK 8
Eva’s First for Phillips Films. 8
Production Notes from England 8
Advertising 9 , 10 , 11
Making the Pictures Pay A Department of Practical Showmanship, Exploitation and Presentation, conducted by Exhibitors for Box-Office Results. Is it the World’s Largest Cut-out? 12
Name Changed; Exploiteers Still Active. 12
Advertising 12
The Camera Catches the Exhibitors’ Exploitation Stunts. 13
Advertising 14 , 15
Round Sydney Exchanges 16
“Watch the Mighty Regent Rise!” 16
Amusements on ’Change 17
Latest Quotations. 17
Eighteen First-Run Theatres Boost Paramount Week. 17
Sydney’s Long-run Features. 17
Advertising 18 , 19
LINES FROM LONDON 20
The Heart of a Pro. 20
More Shots from Australasian Films’ production, The Adorable Outcast." 20
“Camille” Draws Big at Piccadilly, Sydney 21
Paramount Australian Gazette. 21
Vera Benson Out of Hospital 21
New Americans for Empire, Sydney. 21
Education Department Endorses “Moana.” 21
Advertising 21
“ King of Kings” Reaches Australia September 15. 21
Bushman Jnr. Stars in Serial, “The Scarlet Arrow.” 21
Billy Heaton, Dancer, Waylaid and Assaulted 21
12 F.N. Directors in “Film Daily” Honor List. 21
Suburban Tour of “Not To-night, Dearie.” 21
Wyn Richmond Married 21
Advertising 23 , 24
West Australia Week ending August 27. 24
A.P.R.A. Answers Q'land Protests on Copyright. 24
“7th Heaven” for Crystal Palace, Sydney. 24
Monte Blue Stars in “Across the Atlantic.” 24
Advertising 25 , 27 , 28
J.C. Williamson Films Announce 52 Rayarts Specials and Novelties for New Season, Dempsey-Sharkey Fight Next Month, 29 , 31
Dramatic Incident in “What Love Can Do.” 29
Advertising 30
Wrestling Broadcast Hurts Vic. Showmen 31
Six Paramount Specials for This Years Release 31
“Casey at the Bat” for September Release 31
Al Wilson Starts Third Air Picture 31
Union Theatres Master Vaudeville 31
Movie Messages from the West. 32
Keaton Gets Romantic. 32
“Everyones” in Tasmania. Pictures Slump; Skating Booms in Cold 32
Advertising 33 , 34
“Everyones" in New Zealand . . Daylight Saving Threatens Exhibitors in N.Z. 34
28 More Annual Subs. Last Week. 34
J.C.W. Print New Magazine Archie Martin Editor 34
Advertising 35 , 36
“Everyones” in South Australia Money Depression Will Hurt S.A. Business 37
ADELAIDE THEATRES. Week ending August 26. 37
The Showman's Corner 37
Newcastle Week ending August 27, 1927. 37
From Ben Beno in Spain 37
“Everyones" in Victoria. Commission’s Comment Booms “ So This Is Paris” 38
Advertising 38
H. Crisp, Melbourne Pioneer, Passes 38
No Bar on Beauty Contests 38
Advertising 38
Alf Beck Will Organise Country Exhibitors 38
Cyclorama Coming Down 38
Advertising 38
Paragraphs on Melbourne Theatres. 39
“Madame Pompadour” at His Majesty’s, Melbourne. 39
Advertising 39
PRODUCTION NEWS What’s Happening at the Studios and Exchanges HEADLINES OF THE WEEK. 40 , 41 , 42
Peter B. Kyne Story for Hoot Gibson 40
Lon Chaney 's Next, “The Hypnotist” 40
Waltz Song Dedicated to “The Magic Flame.” 41
Conklin-Bancroft, New Comedy Team 41
The Music Box 43
Favorites in “The Student Prince" 43
Advertising 43 , 44
Pertinent Pars About Players. 44
NEW TURNS IN VAUDEVILLE 44
Advertising 44

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