Everyones

Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Created/Published
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Issue
Vol.5 No.315 (17 March 1926)
Images
44
Notes
Pages 21 - 24 are a foldout, are out of sequence. In some issues blank pages have been inserted to maintain the correct�left - right pagination.
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Contents

EVERYONES 1
Advertising 1 , 2
EVERYONES 3
Advertising 3
Advertising 3
There is Gold in the West. 3 , 10
Advertising 3
EVERYONES 4
Weekly Chat to Showmen All Film Cash Within Seven Days. 4
Try to Screen the Big Ones. Some Comment and a Reply. 4
To Make the Motion Picture Internationally Successful. Striking a Happy Medium. 4
Have Your Say. 5
Advertising 5
“Hot Water's” Big Idea Domestic Life Supplies Hilarity for Harold Lloyd. 6
“The Sea Beast” is Big Interesting Production Facts. 6
Sydney Picture Theatres. 6
American Film Man Praises British Producer. 6
Adolphe Menjou as “Satan.” 6
Advertising 6 , 7
J.H.H. is Still Active. 8
Pavlova Rushed by Admirers. 8
“The Man on the Box” Private Screening. 8
Star’s Long Contract. 8
The Film Tax. More Burdens for the Industry. 8
West Australian Exhibitor’s “Ten Commandments.” 8
A Film Epic of Early England. 8
Arthur Shirley Granted Discharge from Bankruptcy. 8
“The Gold Rush” at Australian Theatre. 8
Bushman Again to Star. 8
Advertising 8 , 9
Wallace Beery and Raymond Hatton in War Film 10
Daring Thieves Steal Films 10
U.F.A’s. 1926 Output. 10
British Parliament and Film Legislation. 10
Comedies in Germany. 10
Birthdays of the Week Many Happy Returns to- 10
Pompeii Film That Cost £100,000. 10
Steam Heating in Picture Shows. 10
Big One Started. 10
Keeping the Film Colony Clean. 10
Film Star Stops A Play. 10
Big Picture Receipts on Broadway. 10
Empire Theatres Ltd. 10
“The War of the Worlds.” 10
Advertising 10 , 11
West Australia. (Week ending March 12). 12
New Zealand. 12
Advertising 12 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 17
SYDNEY'S RECENT FILM RELEASES 18
Advertising 19 , 20
South Australia. Week ending 12th March. 20
First National Building Huge Studio in Hollywood. To Cost a Million and a Half. 20
Advertising 21 , 23 , 24
Fox Film Corporation's New Home. 25
Big Developments in Business of Imperial Films Limited. GEORGE MARLOW TO BE MANAGING DIRECTOR OF NEW CO. 25
Queensland. (Week ending March 12). 26
Advertising 26
The Race for Great Pictures. Trade Journal's Editor Predicts Things. 26
Stanley N. Wright Returns From N.Z. 26
Sydney Will See “Broken Laws” in April. 26
The Whisperings of William. 27
Maggie Moore Takes Her Final “Call.” 27
The Bill Poster. 27
Au Revoir to Film Heads. 27
Advertising 29 , 30
VICTORIA (Week commencing March 13). 30
Williamson Publicity Executives Score. 30
New Companies. 30
Gordon Ellis in Sydney for “The Man on the Box.” 30
Blanche Sweet Again. 30
Melbourne theatres (Week commencing March 15.) 31
“The New Commandment” 31
Advertising 31
“Zeebrugge” in Hobart. Naval Epic’s Wonderful Season Aided by Brilliant Exploitation. 32
Tasmania. 13th March, 1926. 32
Advertising 32 , 33
Putting “Scaramouche” Over in Auckland. 34
“The Rag Man” in Queensland. 34
Advertising 34
“The Man on the Box” has its Premiere Australasian Screening. Big Sid Chaplin Picture Excellently Exploited. 35
Advertising 35 , 36
Sydney Theatres (Week commencing 15th March). 36
Brisbane. (Week ending March 12). 36
Newcastle. 36
Advertising 36
Pertinent Pars About Players. 37
MAGICIANS. 37
Marriages. 37
Deaths. 37
Exploitation. 37
Advertising 37
Harry Muller in San Francisco. 38
Abroad. 38
Advertising 38 , 39
Short Shift for Suggestive Song. 39
Music’s Influence on Drinkers. 39
Tivoli Star's Stunt. 39
“The Theatrical Review.” 39
Union Master Vaudeville Circuit. 39
Big Theatrical Wedding This Month. 39
Burdekin House Little Theatre. 39
Advertising 39
Concerts. 40
Music and Musicians. 40
Playing the Picture Theatres. 40
Advertising 40
Music and Musicians. Strand Theatre, Leichhardt (N.S.W.) Musical Director: Mr. FRANK McCANN 41
Advertising 41
Adelaide. (Week ending March 12). 42
Advertising 42
The V.A.F. Losses. 42
Perth. (Week ending March 12). 42
Lauder's Broadcasting Fees. 42
St. James’ Theatre to Open on 27th. 42
Advertising 43 , 44

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