Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Vol.5 No.339 (25 August 1926)
Issue Numbering jumps from 337 to 339, missing 338. In some issues blank pages have been inserted to maintain the correct left / right pagination.
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Advertising 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
Presentation Keeping Pace With Production. 3 , 6
Advertising 3
Weekly Chat to Showmen. A Plea for Unity 4
A Vindication. Conservative Melbourne Daily's Concise and Sane Summary of Film Situation 4
British Films. More Learned Societies to Take a Hand 4
Small Town Exhibitors are Important Now. Written Exclusively for “Everyones.” 5 , 10
South Australia. (Week ending August 20) 6
Film History in the Making. Chronicled by Percy L. Curtis Exclusively for “Everyones.” Second week sees whirl of activity in Union Master Studio Production in Full Swing. Dawn calls “Camera” Roos turns the handle and many scenes are shot. 7
Universal Ensures Big Profits for Exhibitors With Their Four Big Spring Specials. Supers to be Released on Ordinary Bloch Programme Message from Here C. Mclntyre. 8
With the Exhibitors 8
“East Lynne” Still Breaking House Records 8
Advertising 9
The Letters of Gus Dieppe (Continued from last week). 10
Another British Film 10
More Presentations to Ed. Benson 10
Greater Imperial Films’ Activities. 10
Advertising 11
Queensland. 12 , 49
Advertising 13
William Fox Declares Film Must Tell Life Truths. An Important and Interesting Statement Made by William Fox at Dinner to Director Mum an. 14
Advertising 15 , 16 , 17
West Australia. (Week, ending August 20.) 18
Have Your Say. The Human Form—Bad Form. 18
Showing 'Em Round 18
Fox Executives on Tour 18
Fox Announces First Tom Mix Picture for New Season 18
Queensland Exhibitors, Please Note. 18
British Cameraman Comes Back 18
Advertising 19 , 20
The Small Time Exhibitor. 21
Advertising 23
More A bout Coming Releases 24
From the Departments of Film Publicity 25
Advertising 27 , 28
SYDNEY PICTURE PROGRAMMES Week Commencing Saturday, August 21st. 28
Advertising 28
Paramount Club Doings 28
Advertising 29
New Zealand. 30
Fire at the Censorship Offices. 30
FOOTBALL MATCH. Film Evchanges v. Picture Theatres. 30
“The Passion Play” Cleans Up 30
Advertising 31
Variety Again Characterises First National’s Array. 32
“The American Venus” Triumphs Continue 32
Rudolph Valentino Dead. 32
“Just Off Broadway” for Corinne Griffith 32
Dan Clifford Returns 32
Con Emblem 32
“Fig Leaves” 32
Advertising 33
Tasmania. (Week ending August 21). 34
Advertising 34
Thechicalities. 35
The Lighting of the Prince Eduard Theatre, Sydney. 35
Advertising 35
Whisperings of William 36
“Men of Steel” Hailed as Epic Memorable New York Premiere. 36
Seventeen Scenarios in Work at Fox West Coast Studio as Winfield R. Sheehan Prepares for Second Big Production Drive 37
Balance of Year Features Universal Arranges Definite Schedule. 37
Colleen’s Latest Feat 37
Comedy Plus Thrills 37
Birthdays of the Week 37
The Field of Exploitation 38
How “Hammy” Put Over the Movie Month in Perth. Comprehensive scheme carried out with due attention to detail begets good results in Western Australia 39
New Theatre at Marrickville (N.S.W.) 39
Keeping the Home Fires Burning 39
A Sign of the Times 39
Advertising 40
From the Operator’s Box. 40
Advertising 40
Victoria (Week commencing August 21.) 41
Richard Holt in Jeckyl-Hyde Role 41
Metro-Goldwyn's 1927 Announcement. 41
Advertising 41
O! Henry. 42
Adelaide (Week ending August 20). 42
Melbourne theatres (Week Commencing August 23). 43
Advertising 43 , 44
Al Hammett and His Orchestra at the Ambassadors, Sydney. 44
Allan Activities. 44
Advertising 44
Chappell’s Chronicles. 44 , 45
Music and Musicians. 45
Song Recital. 45
Old Time Songs. 45
Advertising 45
Newcastle 45
“The Futurists” Disband. 45
Note Mr. Showman—What About It? 45
Pertinent Pars About Players 46
Advertising 46
Advertising 47 , 48
Sydney Theatres Week Commencing August 23rd. 48
Advertising 48
Here and There with Personalities of the Show World 49
Actors' Friend Passes 49
Union Theatres' Master Vaudeville 49
Perth Week Ending 20th August. 49
Here and There in the Show World 50
Advertising 50 , 51 , 52



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