Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Vol.6 No.367 (16 March 1927)
Loss of text in the gutter due to text being bound into book. In some issues blank pages have been inserted to maintain the correct left / right pagination. Pages 53-54; 57-58 missing from hard copy.
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Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
How they do things at Benalla (Vic.) 3
Advertising 3
Weekly Talk to Showmen The Censor's Report 4
Causerie of the Week 4
ENATE DEBATE ON MOTION PICTURES. loyal Commission or Joint Committee? Senator Guthrie’s Little Joke Why Senator Millen Wants to Advocate Australian-made Films Grave Legislators Shocked at Pictures and Plays 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 12 , 13 , 14
Advertising 7 , 10 , 11 , 14
New Zealand Chooses Its Film Type Sixteen Years Old Girl for Finale. 14
“Big Parade” Presentation Brilliant Gathering at Sydney [?] James. 14
This We k’s Paramount Gaze[?] 14
Paramount Releases for Apr 14
Paragraphic Play and Picture Pointers from a Peregrinating Paramounteer. No. 4 15 , 18
Advertising 17
Competitive Schools of Arts and the Picture Showmen. 18
Universal’s Mighty Screen Film de Franc Triumph Soon to be Released in Australia and New Zealand. 18
With Mark Toomey in North Queensland Further Interesting Notes from the Fox Film Representative 18 , 19
South Australian Film Renters and Exhibitors Tender Luncheon to Sir Victor Wilson. Big Gathering Greets M.P.D.A’s President. 19
Birthdays of the Week. 19
South Australia. (Week ending March 11). 19
"Don Juan” to Have Simultaneous Premiere in Three States 20
"Beau Geste” for Brisbane and Launceston 20
New Theatre Opened at Leederville (W.A.) Imposing Picture House 20
Advertising 20
“Charley’s Aunt” Record 20
No Film for Whitford 20
New Advertising Campaign "Beau Geste.” 20
Dividends. 20
Advertising 21
The Field of Exploitation 22 , 42
Advertising 23
Hobart. March 12th, 1927. 24
Ballarat Cleans Up on “Beau Geste.” 24
Coronation Theatre, Bondi, Sold to Hoyts. 24
The Exemplification of Independence. An Incident on Which a Famous Organisation was Founded. 24
“The Better ’Ole” Premiere March 26th 24
British Films for the Dominions. £25,000 Capital. 24
N.S.W. Film Renters Hold Annual Meeting. 24
Making a Dingo Howl. 24
Effective Staging of Acts Picture Theatres. 24
Why I Am to Join the Staff of “Everyones.” The Emphatic Denial of a Whisper—On the Dotted Line for Five Years- The Service Which “Everyones” Renders to the Film Industry of the World—Two Important News Links. An Explanation and an Announcement by Gayne Dexter. 25 , 33
Advertising 27 , 29 , 31
The Showman's Corner 32
Advertising 32
Sub Judice! 32
“Greenhide” for Hoyts. 32
Charles Munro in America. 32
Bernard N. Freeman for America. 32
Films and Slang. 32
Federated Picture Showmen Association of Australia (Regd.) 32
Wirth's Circus. 32
“High Jinks.” 32
The Mystery Film Gi[?] 32
Whisperings of William. 33
The Commonwealth Film Censors’ Report for 1926. Professor R. S. Wallace, Chief Censor, and Mr. W. Cresswell O'Reilly present an Account of their Stewardship—Vulgar Films and their Effect on the Rising Generation. 34 , 35 , 36
West Australia. (Week ending March 11). 36
“The Kid Stakes.” 36
“Don Juan” Opens at Pr[?] Edward, Sydney, on Eve Duke’s Arrival. 36
The Great Adventure. 36
New Zealand. 37
Union Theatres Master Vaudeville. 37
Brisbane. 38
Advertising 38
Townsville. March 9th, 1927. 38
Two New Shows for Rom (Q.) 38
J.C.W. Films Secure Dane Film. 38
Advertising 39 , 40
With the Exhibitors. 40
Advertising 40
A.F. Gazette Includes Rc[?] Visit. 40
A Full Hand. 40
Advertising 41 , 42
What are the Best Selling Angles for an Australian Made Picture? The Exhibitors’ Guide to Motion Picture Producers—Selling Angles as Seen by the Men who have to Sell the Finished Product. 43
Advertising 43 , 44
Victoria Week commencing March 12th. 45
Advertising 45
From the Departments of Film Publicity 46
More About Coming Releases 47 , 48 , 49 , 50 , 51 , 52
Pertinent Pars About Players. 53
Advertising 53 , 54
Music and Musicians. 54
Advertising 54 , 55 , 56



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