Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Vol.6 No.370 (6 April 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 47-48 missing from hard copy.
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Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
Behind the Camera with Lacey Percival. 3 , 6
Advertising 3
Weekly Talk to Showmen The Modern Child and the Cinema 4
Causerie of the Week 4
Advertising 6
Royalty and Motion Pictures. Commendable Enterprise. 6
Educational Films. Important Statement from Victorian Education Chief 6
Performing Right Test Case in Victoria. Interesting Position 6
Selling An Australian Picture. Continued Success of Our Campaign to Ascertain Exhibitors’ Views of Best Selling Angles. 7
Advertising 7
Criticism of Films. Sir Victor Wilson’s Challenge. 8
Dan Clifford’s Enterprise. Woodville (S.A.) New Theatre 8
South Australia. Week Ending April 1. 8
Stanley Wright Joins M-G-M. Advertising Manager, Theatrical Department 8
The Field of Exploitation 9 , 39
Poor British Scenarios 10
M.-G.-M. to Make “Spring Fever.” 10
New Spotlight Invented 10
william Unities Elevated to Stardom 10
Brian Ahearne to Start Production 10
The Wintergarden Theatre, Rose Bay (Sydney) 10
Lay Press Hysteria 10
“Madame Pompadour” Completed 10
An Unenviable Experienced 10
E. E. Shauer on the Quota at Other Matters 10
Germany’s Position in the Fil Industry 10
Advertising 11 , 12 , 13
Victoria (Week commencing April. 2). 14 , 15
Advertising 14
New Theatre for Ravenshoe (Q.). 15
Advertising 15
Greater Imperial Films Change Their Address. 15
Circus and Classic Motion Picture to Aid Charity. 15
Fifth Annual (N.S.W.) Movie Ball. 15
“Iron Horse” Still Popular 15
Paramount Club Activities. 15
Advertising 17
The Simplex in the Making, 18
Still They Come! 18
Arte Y Cinematografia Some Idea of the Film Journa the World. 18
The “Barbara Worth” Bo Adelaide’s Big- Premiere 18
Duke and Duchess of Yor be Guests at Gala Perform of “The Better ’Ole.” 18
Advertising 19
Tasmania. Week ending April 2nd. 20
Good Old Bill! 20
West Australia. Week ending April 2nd. 20
Newcastle. 20
New Zealand. Week ending April 2nd. 21
Arthur Shirley Gets Busy in London. 21
“The Big Parade” in N.Z.— Widespread Success. 21
Film Industry Ladies’ Amateur Swimming Club. 21
Advertising 22 , 23 , 24
Whisperings of William. 24 , 25
Advertising 25
Advertising 27
Brisbane. (Week ending April 4). 28
Charles Chrystall Off Again. 28
Exploitation by Wireless Telephone. 28
First National Consummates Big Deal. Powerful Forces of First National-Stanley Company-West Coast Theatres United. 28
“The Big Parade” Breaks Records at Lismore. 28
His Royal Highness “Requests” 28
Equity Suit. An Important Case. 28
Advertising 28 , 29
With “Don Juan” in South Australia Fred Chivers and a Lion—In the Air with Adelaide's Most Popular Girl—A £lO,OOO Policy News and Notes of Well-known Film and Theatrical Men. 30 , 34
Advertising 31
Competition in Country Towns. 32
Mr. N. B. Freeman Departs for London Via U.S.A. 32
William Fox Acquires Controlling Interest in World's Biggest Cinema. 32
“Abie’s Irish Rose” in 32
E. J. Carroll’s Compan N. Z. 32
“Carmen” Made in Fr 32
Advertising 33 , 34
Union Thealres Master Vaudeville 34
The Showman's Corner 35
Advertising 35 , 36
Birthdays of the Week. 36
M-G-M Buys British Picture for American and European Release. 36
“Mare Nostrum” Opens at Melbourne Auditorium. 36
Advertising 36
Melbourne Theatres Week Commencing April 4th. 37
Advertising 37 , 38
[?]elicate Compliment 39
Theatre, Melbourne, Programme 39
a Swanson’s Denial 39
Mystery Film Girl 39
Empire Films 39
Advertising 39
New Theatre for New Zealand 39
Such is Fame 39
Noted Stage Impressario to Direct Picture 39
Country Exhibitor in Sydney 39
John Fuller for England 39
Eight Reed Howes Pictures from J.C.W. Films 39
More About Coming Releases 40
From the Departments of Film Publicity 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 45
Pertinent Pars About Players. 46 , 47 , 48
Advertising 47 , 48 , 49 , 50



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