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Nq 791.405 EVE
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Vol.11 No.530 (16 April 1930)
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Advertising 1
Advertising 1 , 3
Advertising 4
Percentage Juggling Alleged. 4
Mr. O’Reilly is Right. 4
“Talkies’ Voice Production Worse than Vice Production” Censor’s Report British Films Require More Censoring Than American. 823 Features Imported Last Year; 45 Rejected. Censor Slams Undressed Ballet Girls and Back-Stage Vulgarity. 6
No Improvement Seen in Advertising, says Censor. 6
Fullers Buy Universal Specials for A/sia 6
Principals in Real-Life Drama 7
Fox Wins Through in Fight of Financial Titans. William Fox Resigns Presidency. Company Meets All Obligations in Full. Winfield Sheehan the Big Man Now. 7
Advertising 9
Sheehan Cables Fox Result to Crick. 10
Fed. Govt. May Tax Distribs On 30% of Remittances. 10
New Demand for Orchestras Reviving in City Shows. Capitol Will Have National Orchestra of 40. Public Sympathy for Street Players Grows. 10
Proxy for W.A. at Exhib tors’ Conference. 10
Advertising 11
Stuart F. Doyle Now G.M. of Australasian Films. Big Plans. 12
Universal Has Five Big Ones in Work 12
Norma’s Next 12
Advertising 12
Exhibs.’ Conference Will Sit on May 12 12
Advertising 13
Industry Pays £14,457 Tax for Every £10,000 Profit. No Foreign-Owned Theatres Here; But Taxation Might Rob Australian Exhibitors of Independence, Says Stuart F. Doyle. 14
Markaphone Success in Melb. Laws Back 14
Break ’em or Bust! Dancomaniacs, Piemen, Pole Perchers. 14
Advertising 15
Reviews Recent Releases 16 , 42
Advertising 17 , 18
Look After Your Engine. About Generating Sets. 18
“Puttin' on the Ritz” Has Big New York Premiere 18
Bob White to Marry 18
Jeanette Loff Opposite Boles 18
Advertising 19
Lawton's Big Campaign for “Vagabond King" at P.E. 20
Radio Extension by Raycophone 20
Popular Stars in Pathe’s “Oh, Yeah!” 20
Sound Projectionists Paid ₤7/10/-and ₤8 from Sat 20
“Silent” Prayer 20
Non-Synchronous Sets and Their Value 20
Union Theatres’ Shorts Qet Feature Publicity Boost. 20
Para. Team in Baseball Competition 21
First National-Warner Trade Shows 21
Alf. Carmichael to Tour Country Centres 21
Harrison With Celebrity 21
Advertising 21 , 22 , 23
Opportunity for Travelling Companies 24
The Judge and the Censors 24
Defoy Equinment Now at £1100 24
Newcastle Notes 24
Advertising, Publicity and Exploitation Departments Combined by M-G-M 24
Reduced Wages Mean Reduced Patronage 24
Advertising 25
ueenslartd Ciumbs. 26
Colorful M-G-M Operetta 26
“Everyones” in S.A. Exhibition Draws On Theatre Biz. 26
Advertising 27
Eight Years Ago "Everyones,” April 19, 1922. 28
500th W.E. Installation in the British Isles 28
Q. Soldiers Want Anzac Day Closing 28
Farewelling Universal Chief 28
Celebrity to Release “The Grand Parade” 28
Charles Kingsley, Publicity Man, Disengaged 28
Advertising 28
The Current News Reels 28
Says Jesse to Joseph About “Puttin' on the Ritz” 28
Advertising 29
G.A.F.’s “Melody Man” at Sydney Capitol 30
“Honey” for State on April 26 30
‘Welcome Danger’ Opening Newtown Majestic 30
“Four Feathers” Getting Suburban Business 30
Royal Samoans Will Tour Australia Again 30
Austin Levy in Brisbane for Paramount 30
“Love Parade” in Demand of Exhibitors 30
Advertising 30 , 31
The West 32
Buddy Rogers Starred in “Follow Thru” 32
M-G-M Talkie of Van Dine Novel 32
“Rookery Nook” Here for Greater Aust. Films. 32
John Sainpolis Plays Title Role in “The Melody Man” 32
Paramount Director Advocates All-star Casts 32
Columbia Signs Edward T. Lowe, Jr., and L. H. Fields 32
Advertising 32
Amplifiers and their part in the Talkies. 33
The Clan of MacDonald 33
First National Releases for Union Theatres Houses. 33
In Hobart 33
Lowden Heads G.A.F. Publicity 33
Paramount Managers Visit Sydney Office 33
No N.S.W. Movie Ball This Year 33
Sydney Plaza Impresses With Spanish Atmospheric Effects. 34
Amusements on ’Change 34
Victorian Shows and Showmen. 34
Vic. Webb Resigns as Melb. Manager for F.N. 34
Fire Destroys “Madame X” 34
Her Majesty’s, Ballarat, Reopens With RCA 34
Advertising 34
£18000 Roxy Opened at Leeton. 35
Comedy in U.A.’s "Be Yourself." 35
New Zealand Shows and Showmen 35
Portable Talkie Circuits Forming in Dominion. 35
Advertising 35
PRODUCTION NEWS What’s Happening at the Studios and Exchanges. Paramount’s Activity at Long Island, N.Y. 36 , 37 , 38 , 39
May Beatty with Bebe Daniels in “Smooth as Satin” 36
Sydney’s Long-run Features 36
“The Devil’s Holiday” Started by Paramount 36
Joe Cook Will Star in “Rain or Shine” for Columbia 37
“Flame of the Flesh,” Norma Talmadge’s Next for U.A. 37
U.A. to Make “Bird of Paradise.” 38
M-G-M to Make “Prisoner of Zenda” as Talkie 38
Cooper’s “The Texan” Completed by Paramount 39
Nine Pictures in Work for F.N.-Warner 39
Advertising 41
"Kitch's Appeal to the Public for Its Patronaee. 41
Joe Brennan Will Buy Pantos, in England 41
James Hughes, Noted Actor, Dies Suddenly. 42
Ritz, Concord, Opens Thursday Night 42
Advertising 43 , 44



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