Everyones

Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Created/Published
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Issue
Vol.5 No.333 (21 July 1926)
Images
72
Notes
Pages 35-40 & 41-46 are foldout ads. In some issues blank pages have been inserted to maintain the correct left / right pagination.
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Contents

Advertising 1
EVERYONES 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
EVERYONES 3
Shannon, of “Tassie.” 3
Advertising 3
EVERYONES 4
Weekly Chat to Showmen Show the Roadman Some Courtesy 4
Conventions Concluded Looks Like Good Time Ahead for Exhibitors 4
Foreign Pictures on the American Market Plenty Promised for Next Season 4
British Films Not Inferior to American Improved Types of Pictures 4 , 5
Paramount's Second New Zealand Convention Registers Another Sterling Success 5
Individual Screen Personalities And Their Box Office Value. 5
Probably the Biggest Movie Deal in History Famous Players Take Over B. and K. Corporation 5
Astor Theatre Sold Astonishing Rise in City-Properties 5
Use Becomes a Habit 6
Screen’s Strong Man Opens Gymnasium 6
Walsh May Again Produce Australian Picture 6
New York’s Mayor Aids the Movies 6
“Reel Drama" 6
Theatre Furnisher Abroad 6
Censoring Posters 6
Deniliquin Has Facilities for Travelling Shows 6
Green of Grenfell 6
Pola Negri in Comedy 6
Film Players on World Tour 6
“Son of the Sheik” Breaks All Records 6
Criterion Theatres, Ltd., Issue Writ 6
Advertising 7 , 9
Hobart (Week ending July 17). 10
Gavin to Make Australian Picture. 10
The Field of Exploitation 10
Film Company and Exhibitor at Law 10
United Artists and American Trade Press 10
Advertising 11
“Looking Back and Planning Ahead” Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Holds Second Sales Convention. 12 , 56
Cecil Mason Joins First National As Assistant General Manager—Significant Step Presages More Important Moves—Popular and Extremely Able Film Man Takes Big Job. 13
“Men of Steel” is Mighty 13
Advertising 14 , 15
Fox Film Corporation Looks Forward to a Most Successful Season 16
Buck Jones Has Great Cast in New Film 16
Advertising 17
Queensland. 18
Advertising 19
New Zealand. 20
Fred Niblo’s Next 20
Rudolph Valentino in “Cobra." 20
Have Your Say Film Salesmen. 20
Universal in Conference 20
Deputy-Censor on the Movies Faults and Virtues Reviewed 20
Pavlova Matinee for Charity. 20
Advertising 21 , 22
Fox Author-Director at Work. 23
“Forest Wealth.” 23
“Playa Da Pic.” 23
Tom Mix Injured. 23
Sensational Stage Comedy Purchased by F.N. 23
“Senor Dare Devil” Finished. 23
A Progressive Move. 23
Advertising 23
Again the Future of the Movies 23
Chester Conklin Featured in “Midnight Lovers.” 23
The Comedy Call. 23
German Director Starts First A merican Production. 23
Langdon’s Second Feature. 23
Advertising 25 , 26 , 27
Universal’s 1927 Product Will Eclipse Efforts of all Previous Years! Concentration on Entertainment Pictures Plus Brilliant Stars in Magnificent Settings The Six Tremendous Super-Specials in Itself a Magnificent Achievement 28 , 45 , 46
Advertising 29 , 30 , 31 , 33 , 37 , 38 , 39 , 41 , 43 , 44
SYDNEY RECENT RELEASES 47 , 48
“Let's Get Married” Should Read “Dix Gets Harried” 48
“Tip-Toes” to be Produced in England 48
Whisperings of William 48
The First Movie Actor? 48
Advertising 49
Further Details of Line-up for Master Pictures 50
Advertising 51
Bryson Boosted. 52
More Studio Building in California to Cope with Great Demand. 52
Mix and “Tony" Shown in New Daring Acts. 52
Many Paramount Pictures in Production. 52
“The White Sister" 52
Mix and Jones Back to Old Regime. 52
How We Staged “Around the World in 80 Days." 52
For the Added Attraction. 52
The Disillusioned Actor. 53
A Waterproof Paste. 53
To Produce a Picture for the World. Is Proposition of Australasian Films Ltd. 53
A Simple Way to Detect Fraud 53
Making Millions Melt. 53
The 1926 (Official) Movie Ball. 54
Successful Juvenile Movie Ball. 54
Cable About Florence Vidor's First Starring Picture. 54
Nothing Succeeds Like Success. 54
John Fuller Returns From Java. 54
Union Theatres Master Vaudeville. 54
Entertainment Tax Collections. 54
Revue Stars Signed. 54
“Paradise” for First National. 54
Additions to Cast. 54
Von Stroheim for Exactitude. 54
Twenty Columbias For Master Pictures 55
Archer Whitford for Western States 55
Change of Lessee 55
Managerial Changes in Picture Houses 55
Emil Jannings in “The Last Laugh” 55
Movies Improve Plumbers' Business 55
More Pictures for Manly (N.S.W.). 55
Advertising 55 , 56
Bob Dexter Returning. 56
Activities of Greater Imperial Films. 56
Harry Southwell Again Film Producing. 56
Another £l00 for Theatre Box. 56
Picture Theatre Orchestra Cheers Sick. 56
Pyramid Pictures, Film Distributors. 56
Big Money in Motion Pictures. 56
Criterion Theatre Owners' Big Claim. 57
Movements Afoot with “Kid Boots.” 57
Clyde Cook in Feature Film. 57
Filming “The Wonder Frocks.” 57
To Support Milton Sills. 57
The Indian Sign. 57
Metro – Goldwyn – Mayer Promotions and Appointments. 57
Lillian Gish’s Choice. 57
The Purposes of the Movie Camera. 57
The Next for G.I.P. 57
Advertising 57 , 58
South Australia. (Week ending July 16). 58
West Australia. Week Ending, July 16th, 1926. 59
“The Cohens and Kellys” 59
Advertising 59 , 60
“Starlight’s Revenge.” 60
“Beau Geste,” A Picture of the Desert. 60
Joan Crawford Returns to Work. 60
Corinne Griffith Signed Up. 60
Mile-A-Minute Picture 60
Big Cast in “Midnight Limited.” 60
Baxter is Versatile. 60
“Mismates” Completed. 60
Emmett Flynn Praises High Dramatic Values of Old-Time Melodramas. 60
“The Charleston.” 60
Florence Will be Kept Busy. 60
She Should Be "It.” 60
Two Scintillating Stars 61
Harry Muller’s American Letter 62
Birthdays of the Week 62
Auckland (N.Z.) (Week ending Julyl0). 62
Advertising 63
Sydney Sheatres Week Ending 19th July, 1926. 63
Advertising 63
Billy Maloney for Adelaide 63
Melbourne theatres (Week commencing July 19). 64
Advertising 64
With the Exhibitors 64
Victoria (Week commencing July 16). 65
Advertising 65
Pertinent Pars About Players 66
The Play and Otherwise. 67
Advertising 68
Music and Musicians. 68
Advertising 68
broadcasting copyright CONFERENCE. 69
Advertising 69
Here and There in the Show World 70
Advertising 70 , 71 , 72

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