Everyones

Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Created/Published
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Issue
Vol.5 No.317 (31 March 1926)
Images
44
Notes
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Contents

Advertising 1
EVERYONES 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
EVERYONES 3
Advertising 3
The Art of Opportunity 3
Advertising 3
EVERYONES 4
Weekly Chat to Showmen Is Sentiment Practical? 4
Picture Showmen’s Executive for 1926-7. 4
Cash Weekly Payments. 4
Australian Censors’ Annual Report. 4
Important Decision in Picture Show Case. 4
Have Your Say. 5 , 6
We Re-Echo this Sentiment! 5
German Film Interests in Other Countries 6
Thought It Movie Stunt 6
The Value of the Poster. 6
Winding-up Order Against Picture Theatre 6
Big New York Theatre Deal Proposed by Bankers 6
Sales Department Expansion for United Artists Corporation 6
Von Stronheim with Famous Players-Lasky 6
Another Australian Film Production 6
Advertising 7
New Secretary for Film Renters’ Association 8
Australian Actor in Two-reel Westerns 8
Abe and Mawrus Return 8
Theatrical Employees Oppose Film Tax. 8
Birthdays of the Week Many Happy Returns to 8
Fuller Enterprises 8
Tilden's Film Failure 8
Advertising 9
Future Features on the Way 10
Nothing “Faked” in “Tall Timbers." 10
Preparing for “Broken Laws” in Sydney. 10
South Australia. Week ending 26th March, 1926. 10
William De Mille Finishing with Famous Lasky 10
Exploiting “Old Clothes” 10
China Wants Picture Houses 10
Pavilion Theatre, Adelaide, Re-decorated. 10
Sixteen-Years-Old Star to Lead in “Just Suppose.” 10
Advertising 11 , 12 , 13
Tasmania. March 20, 1926. 14
Gar vie, of Unley for Abroad 14
Sydney Picture Theatres. 14
Lighting “Sea Beast” Storm Out at Sea 14
Italian Film Man Leaves 14
Advertising 15
A Cast That Is All Star 16
Next Valentino Picture 16
Some Northern Rivers Exhibitors 16
The Whisperings of William. 16
“The Ten Commandments” (Film Version) in Church 16
In Answer to “Enquirer.” 16
Floods Affect Screenings 16
Five Road Shows with “Scaramouche” 16
Advertising 17
Australian Film Actors on Location 18
Selznick Going Well 18
First Nationals All Over 18
Newcastle (Week commencing March 29). 18
West Australia. Week ending March 26, 1926. 18
New Zealand. 18
Satan is First Title Favorite 18
Famous Players Win Court Case 18
Solomon—and the Camera 18
Advertising 19 , 20
SYNEY'S RECENT FILM RELEASES 21 , 28
AUSTRALIAN PERFORMING RIGHTS ASSOCIATION. 21
Advertising 23 , 24
VICTORIA Week commencing March 27. 24
New Laboratories for Herschell's, Pty., Ltd. 24
Advertising 24
Melbourne theatres Week Commencing March 29th. 25
What Constitutes Drama 25
Victorian Film Exchanges Follow Suit 25
J. D. Williams of British Stock 26
Opening of St. James' Theatre, Sydney. 26
Zane Grey to Attend First Screening of his Film Story 26
Good Friday Night Concerts 26
Commonwealth Government Should Not Tax 26
First National to Build World’s Largest Studio. 27
Gus Dieppe in the Far North 27
A Younger Meighan for Films. 27
Advertising 27
With the Exhibitors. 28
MOVIES AND THE CHURCH. Rev. R. G. Nicholls’ Fine Testimony to Screen Value. 28
“Uncle Tom" as Musical Show 28
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s Mid- Winter Schedule 28
Our Chicago Letter. 29
The Field of Exploitation. 29
Union Theatres Master Vaudeville 29
Advertising 29
Queensland. Week ending 27th March, 1026. 30
Advertising 30
Paramount Social Club 30
Paramount International Convention 30
100 per cent. Universal 30
Advertising 31
More About Coming Releases 32
From the Departments of Film Publicity 33
Advertising 34
Director Killed in Motor Smash 34
Exit the Leader 34
A Home Life Story 34
“Sea Horses” for Paramount 34
Unique Function Staged for New York Journalists 34
“Jewelled Nights” in the Country 34
French Film Activities 34
Varied Thrills 34
Conrad Nagel Returns 34
Transmission of “Movies” by Radio 34
Stuart F. Doyle in Adelaide 35
Resuming Criterion Theatre 35
“The Man on the Box" in Hobart 35
Pauline Frederick for German Film 35
Fictious Stage Club 35
Balboni's First Picture, “The Far Cry” Finished 35
Another Winner for Cruze 35
Must Use Non-inflammable Film 35
Zena Dare Once More for Stage 35
“The Sea Beast” Campaign A Coming Star 35
Advertising 35
A Coming Star 35
The Kunskys in Melbourne. 35
Adelaide Week Ending 26th March. 36
Advertising 36
Animal Week. “What Have We Here?” 36
Brisbane (Week ending March 26). 36
Perth (Week ending March 26). 36
Circus, Carnival, Etc. 36
The Play and Otherwise. 37 , 38 , 42
Advertising 37 , 38 , 39
Music and Musicians. Crystal Palace, Sydney. ."Musical Director: G. HARRY STONE. 39
Advertising 39 , 40
Sydney Theatres Week commencing March 29. 40
Advertising 40
The “Futurists” Success in N.Z. 41
Convicted of False Pretences. 41
Twenty Years Ahead of a Circus 41
American Editor Here 41
Honolulu Won't Book Acts from Australia 41
Tom Curran in New York 41
Funds for Shakespearean Theatre 41
Advertising 42
MAGICIANS 42
Births. 42
Marriages 42
Deaths 42
Wellington (N.Z.) 42
Coming N.S.W. Shows. 42
Advertising 43 , 44

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