Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Vol.6 No.369 (30 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. Missing pages 33-34; 47-50 missing from hard copy.
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Advertising 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
Advertising 3
Jeune of the F.R.A. 3
Advertising 3
Weekly Talk to Showmen The Importance of the Motion Picture Industry. 4
Victorian Women and the Cinema. 4
Causerie of the Week 4 , 20
When Australia Lost Its Chance. How Government Refused Famous Producer’s Offer to Establish Australian Industry—“Financial Assistance Not Considered Advisable Let Others Take the Gamble-Film War Finishes The Rentals Broadway Pays Topics Along Film Row. Written Exclusively for “Everyones” by Gayne Dexter. 5 , 31
How Hollywood Looks to Great European Star 6
Not What Was Intended 6
Jaydee and British National 6
A malgamated Pictures, Ltd., Issue Balance Sheet 6
Effective Slide Publicity 6
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. 7
To Scenario Writers. 7
Advertising 7 , 9
Paramount “Roughriders” Score Heavily. 10
Hilling Back from N.Z. 10
The Empress Theatre, Sydney. 10
New Show for Smithtown (.N.S.W.) 10
Italy Protects Its Film Industry 10
Touring With Pictures 10
More Laurels for “Son of [?] Sheik” 10
Exhibitor McCracken Aspi[?] to Parliamentary Honors 10
British Trade Paper Publish Monthly Supplement 10
Advertising 11
Victoria (Week commencing March 26). 12 , 13
Advertising 12 , 13 , 14 , 15
Films in Victoria. Censorship Regulations Tak e Effect in July.—Onus on Exhibitors.—Penalty £10. 16
Picture Boycott. Gym pie Protests Against Increased Prices for “Three Bad Men 16
West Australia. Week ending March 26th. 16
Advertising 17
The Showman's Corner 18
The Field of Exploitation 19
Advertising 19
Gordon Ellis for Brisbane 19
“Miss Australia”—Tremendous Suburban Business 19
Women Players in Field of Comedy 19
N.S.W. Biograph Operators’ Association 19
“Peaches” for Vaudeville 19
Master Pictures Scoring With Heavy Artillery. “Don Juan” and “The Better ’Ole” Off to Great Start 20
British Film Censored. Hire Returned After Litigation 20
Royal Visit to New South Wales. Interesting Pageant Provides Local Cameramen with Excellent Opportunities 20
Wyong Appreciates “3 B Men.” 20
Betty Balfour for P.D.[?] 20
Advertising 21
New Zealand. (Week ending March 26). 22
Advertising 22 , 23
Projectionist Disengaged 25
Spread the Good News 25
Advertising 26 , 27
Whisperings of William. 28
Advertising 28
[?]ti Quota Campaign Starts in in England 29
A Gift for the Exchequer 29
“Don Juan” in London 29
“Easy Virtue” 29
Cyril Connolley Joins J.C.W. 29
Cole's Have Winner in “On with the Show." 29
“Don Juan.” An Excellent Presentation 29
Advertising 29
Len Roos for Orange 29
First National Screen Competitors for Crystal Palace, Sydney. 29
Fine Programme Compiled for Gala Performance 29
Advertising 30
Brisbane. Week Ending March 25th. 30
Advertising 30
Townsville 30
Paramount “Specials” to be Released Soon 30
Paramount's "Bray Cartoons” Popular 30
Edmund Lowe in Film Version of “Is Zat So?” 30
Making Speaking Pictures Active Production Started 31
A Striking Exploitation Campaign, Teddy Lane Goes “East” for His Inspiration. 31
Advertising 31
“Mademoiselle from Armentieres” Visits the N.S.W. Country Showmen. 32
Advertising 32
First National's Screen Competition. New South Wales Winner Selected 32
Advertising 32
With Mark Toomey, Fox Representative in North Queensland. 33
How Exhibitor Passlow Popularises His Town 33
Sir Benjamin Fuller to Return to the Stage 33
Advertising 33 , 34
Birthdays of the Week. Many Happy Returns to 34
New Hollywood Theatre, Greenslopes (Q.) 34
British Actress Described as a “Discovery” in Films 34
Bernard Shaw Wins 34
N.S.W. Country Showman in Town 34
British Films Bill Read Second Time 34
Success of “Blackbottom” Picture 34
Advertising 34
May Allison in "Her Indiscretion.” 34
Clarrie Taylor Returning 34
South Australia. Week ending 25th March. 35
Tasmania. Week ending 25th March. 35
Barrymore’s Portrayal a Masterpiece Press Praise for “Beloved Rogue.” 36
Make a Note of This: APRIL 19th. 36
Buster Keaton’s Latest La[?] Booked for Lyceum and Ly[?] 36
Advertising 36 , 37
More About Coming Releases 38
From the Departments of Film Publicity 39 , 40 , 41 , 42 , 43
Pertinent Pars About Players. 44
Advertising 45 , 46



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  | year=1920
  | section=v. : ill. ; 32 cm.
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  | location=Sydney
  | publisher=Everyones Ltd
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