Everyones

Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Created/Published
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Issue
Vol.15 No.392 (30 June 1937)
Images
94
Notes
Additional pages between pp 26-27; numbered pp 26a-26d plus pp 42-43; numbered pp 43a-43d (non-sequential). Page 60 blank. Blank pages have been added to maintain left/right pagination.
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Contents

EVERYONES 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
INTERNATIONAL LEADERS AS AUSTRALIAN FILM EX: STUART F. DOYLE 4 , 5 , 16
The Story Of A Brilliant Showmanship Achievement 6 , 7 , 34 , 46
25 Years Ago People and Happenings In The Industry of 1912 8 , 9
Australian Pressmen Laud Doyle At Sydney Function STUART DOYLE SAYS LOCAL PRODUCTION IS GOVERNMENTAL, NOT U.S. DISTRIBUTORS’ RESPONSIBILITY, IN QUOTA CRITICISM. Trade and Newspaper Press Reps. Praise 10 , 18
Those Who Attended 10
Putting Across ‘Beyond Bengal’ 11 , 18
Stuart Doyle as International Figure: Close Up Of Plans. 12
INTO THE RADIO FIELD 12
Sidelights on The Career of (Stuart F. Doyle Cinesound Venture: Only One Miss in 12. IN THE AIR AND ON THE AIR 13
When Stuart F. Doyle Built His Ocean Going ‘Miramar’ 13
The Showmanship Launching Associated Distributors 13
A Start In Variety 14
DOES YOUR MEMORY Hey!! TELL YOU IT WAS MANY, MANY, YEARS AGO THAT... 15
Unique Tribute from Com’wealth Government. Government. 17
Struggles of the Early Days: Burning the Midnight Oil. 17
EDISON KNEW ABOUT TALKIES 17
Why Doyle Resigned -His Future Plans... 18
Advertising 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 23 , 24 , 25 , 26 , 27 , 29 , 30 , 31
No title 32
Advertising 33 , 35
Warners and Ozone Circuit (S.A.) Set New Season Deal 36
Mary Pickford and Buddy Rogers Marry 36
“Green Light” Starts Big At Syd. State 36
Exhibitors Enthusiastic Over “O-kay for Sound” 36
G.B.D. Films by Air Mail: Robeson Specials Arrive. 36
Advertising 36
THEATRE HEATING ESSENTIAL 36
Advertising 37 , 39 , 40 , 41
When J.D. Williams Invaded Queensland The Boom That Fight Pictures Enjoyed 42 , 46
Advertising 43 , 44
Great Lives and Their Success on Celluloid. 44
RADIO AIDS THEATRES -Sir G. Tallis 44
Advertising 45
“Lost Horizon" Booms in 4th Week of Sydney Season COLUMBIA EPIC CLICKS WITH ALL SECTIONS 51
Irene Dunne and Cary Grant Co-Star in ‘The Awful Truth’ 51
COLUMBIA TO PRODUCE 2 JOE E. BROWNS 51
New Pictures for Columbia Release. 51
Advertising 49 , 50 , 47 , 48
Along Film Row... 52
--LATE CABLE CONGRATULATIONS-- 52
Advertising 53
New British Quota 20 p.c. Distrib 15 p.c. Exhib: £15,000 Cost Clause OFFICIAL BASIS OF NEW FILMS BILL. 54
RKO Double Feature Bill at Brisbane Wintergarden 54
Crow’s Nest Theatre Installs RCA 54
Peco Equipment Makes Rapid Progress 54
Directing Films by Radio: On 'Lovers and Luggers’ Scene 54
THEATRICAL EMPLOYEES WAGE INCREASE 54
Western Electric Develops “Sololam” 54
Western Electric Staff Dance, Aug. 13 54
Advertising 55
State and Commonwealth Govts. Deny Failure of Quota Deny Failure of Quota 56
Doyle’s Reply 56
Neil Show to Tour N.Z. in August: Brisbane Season 56
“Rainbow on River” Into Third Big Week at Lyceum 56
ADOLPH ZUKOR HONORED 56
Mrs. Crick to be Presented to the King and Queen 56
20th Century-Fox Release Dates Set 56
STOP PRESS. THURSDAY’S INDUSTRY GOLF RESULTS 56
1,200 Dancers Vote Movie Ball Success 47 Club’s Grand Function 47 Club’s Grand Function 57
20TH CENTURY-FOX SCORE AT SYD. PLAZA AND REGENT 57
Paramount Week Aug. 30 to Sept. 4: Exploitation Contest 58
RKO Representation In City Theatres 58
The Passing of Robert Marmaduke. 58
Advertising 58
Exhibitor Previews For ‘Tall Timbers” 58
Projectionists to Visit Raycophone Factory 58
David Sarnoff To Visit Australia 58
Advertising 59
N. B. Rydge Announces Greater Union Theatres Plans Committee of Management Named JOHN EVANS, ARTHUR GILLESPIE, ROY BARMBY CHOSEN: CIRCUIT TO RETAIN ENTITY. APPOINTS COMMITTEE 60
"GIRL IN A MILLION” HOLDS OVER IN PERTH 60
“Cleanest Form of Entertainment"—Censor’s Praise 60
MARCUS SHOW MANAGER ARRIVES 60
Here C. Mclntyre On The Road Back 61
Selling The Public With Showmanship Tie-Ups With Radio, Music, Help “Waikiki Wedding" 62
Advertising 63
Showmen’s Corner 64
Advertising 64
New Zealand 64
N.Z. Govt. Gazettes New Theatre Licensing Regulations: Full Details. DOES NOT WANT TO CONTROL INDUSTRY 65
G.T.C. LUNCHEON: DIRECTORS' FRIENDSHIP FOR DOYLE 65
WARNERS BUY DALY’S, LONDON 65
Advertising 66
S.A. Govt. Levy Amusement Tax in Advance Now! THEATRE MANAGEMENTS FACE DIFFICULTY IN PLAN; ADMISSIONS ONLY BY GOVT. TICKETS. 66
Theatre-Cabaret Venture. 66
Advertising 67
Reviews of Recent Releases Candid Criticism and Box-Office Comment 69 , 70 , 72 , 76
Advertising 70 , 71 , 72 , 73
Harry Crook Tells of Early Days in the Bio-Box. 74
Advertising 74
London Critics in Favor of “Glamorous Night” 74
Advertising 75 , 76 , 77
EIGHT YEARS AGO... The Show-world Whirl of 1929 78
Advertising 78 , 79 , 80
“EVERYONES” IN VICTORIA Pierce Hodgens, Box 1831, G.P.O., Melbourne, Vic. 80
Advertising 80
MELBOURNE PERSONALITIES—No. 6 J, Ruehl, The Man Who Sold Carl Laemmle His First Car 81
Advertising 81 , 82
“EVERYONES” IN South Australia 82
“EVERYONES” IN Queensland 83
Wanger Film Scores At Sydney Plaza 83
Advertising 83 , 84
20-PAGE 2-COLOR SOUVENIR FOR “GOOD EARTH” 84
Penshurst Theatre Opens With Mirrophonic 84
Astaire – Rogers 'Shall We Dance’ Big Overseas Hit. 85
DEATH OF H. M. H. WATTS 85
“John Meade’s Lady” at P.E., Saturday 85
Advertising 85
'Star is Born’ Notches New Record at Auckland Regent. BIG CAMPAIGN TO LAUNCH AUSTRALIAN SEASON 86
Walls-Lynn Comedy At Sydney Mayfair 86
Advertising 86
Index of 1937 RELEASES 87
Advertising 87 , 88
AMUSEMENTS ON ’CHANGE 88
Fuller’s Back to Revue in Melbourne, July 24. 88
THE PICTURE PARADE---- 89
Advertising 90
Projectionists Visit A.W.A. Radio-Electric Works 90
Critics Praise “Make Way For Tomorrow” 90
Advertising 90
1000 Turn-A way From Orchestral Concert 91
IN THE NEWSREELS 91
Advertising 91
“When the Crash Comes" is Good 91
Flynn-Francis Starrer Due for Warners 91
Production News Latest Flashes From the Studios M-G-M Announce Complete Listing Of 1937 Output. 92
Advertising 92 , 93 , 94

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