Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Vol.5 No.327 (9 June 1926)
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Advertising 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
With Ralph Doyle on “Location.” 3 , 15
Advertising 3
Weekly Chat to Showmen The Need for Bigger Stages 4
Moralising on the Movies. The “Sydney Morning Herald’s” Apologia 4
Warning to Aspiring Picture Actors. A Story and a Moral 4 , 5
The Future of the Motion Picture in Australia 5
Dr. Argyle Again! Victorian Censorship Bill, Like King Charles’ Head, Periodically Crops Up In Victorian Political Circles. 5
Service What “Everyones” Can Do for the Exhibitor. 5
A New Departure 5
Country Showmen and Advertising 6 , 15
Paramount Annual Convention Opens To-morrow. 6
Advertising 7 , 8 , 9
New Zealand. 10
Clarence Brown, Director, Signed by Paramount 10
Another Desert Story 10
Advertising 11 , 13 , 14
Sophistication—Plus. 15
Advertising 17 , 18
Baby Peggy Again for the Screen 18
"Love 'Em and Leave 'Em" to be First Starring Vehicle for Esther Ralston 18
A "Dance" Title 18
Betty Compson Cast for Lloyd Feature 18
Wonderful Success of “Monna Vanna.” 18
Chaney—Master of Make-up 18
Old-Time Champion Boxers at Picture Theatres 18
Mack Swain lll 18
“Out of the Storm." 18
Semon Never Offered Job as Harold Lloyd Director 18
Tasmania June 5, 1926. 19
British Films for Australia 19
West Australia. Week ending June 4, 1926. 19
Birthdays of the Week. 19
The Art of Poster Dressing 19
A New One for the Lexicographer 19
Movie Studio Cafe 19
Mabel Normand With Roach 19
Marcus Loew—His Twentieth Anniversary 20
Death of Vaudeville Star 20
Biograph Manufacturer Convalescing 20
Whisperings of William. 20
“The Man on the Box” Going Big in the Country 20
Warner Principals Receive Enormous Salaries 20
Theatre Manager Robbed 20
A Team and a Scream 20
Advertising 20 , 21 , 23 , 24
Remarkable Test with New Speed Camera 24
Some Screen Stars are Stage Successes 24
Ramon Novarro to Play Lead in “Bellamy the Magnificent." 24
Another Big Comedy Feature 25
Harry Thurston Sighs for Australia 25
The Field of Exploitation 25
From Pictures to Vaudeville 25
Actress to Wed 25
“The Sea Beast” Descends on Brisbane Next Week 25
Rin-Tin-Tin Coming in “Below the Line. 25
Doris Kenyon's Latest 25
“The Law and the Lady." 25
Tivoli Star Arrives 25
Birth 25
Marriages 25
Deaths 25
Advertising 27
More About Coming Releases 28
From the Depcivttnents of Film Publicity 29
Fire in Operating Box 30
Wet Holiday Means Clean-up for Metropolitan Shows 30
That "Movie Disease.” 30
The Boy Producer 30
John Fuller for the Tropics 30
Film Critic Finds Another “Mare’s Nest.” Mr. Tate and the Advt. That Made “Boys Giggle." Professor Heinze Would “Germanise” the Film. 30
"The Kid" in Melbourne 30
Mrs. Thurston Hall Seeks Divorce 30
British Australian Films, Ltd. 30
Dauntless Sydney Girl 30
Author of “Limehouse Nights” Writes British Film 30
Say It With Music 30
"The Circle.” 30
Advertising 31
Advertising 33
Lillian Crish to Play “Annie Laurie.” Her Next for M.-G.-M. 34
De Mille's “The Volga Boatman." 34
South Australia. Week ending June 4, 1926. 34
Advertising 34
Dorothy Devore Signed for “Western” Roles 34
With Northern Exhibitors 34
Excitement! 34
Advertising 35 , 36
New Theatre at Crookwell (N.S.W.) 36
Exploiteer Cross in North-west Queensland 37
They Got the Key of the Game from Keystone 37
British Film Service, Christchurch 37
Pictures Will Now Subordinate Vaudeville in New York “Variety.” 37
So This Is Hollytvood! 37
Advertising 37
"The White Sister” in Hobart. 38
Advertising 39
Australian Performers in America 39
Made the King Laugh 39
Our Letter Rack 39
Albert Whelan Ill 39
Advertising 39 , 40
Pertinent Pars About Players 40
The Play an d Otherwise. 41
Advertising 41 , 42
Victoria Week commencing June 5, 1926. 42
Melbourne theatres Week Commencing June 7th. 43
Adelaide Week Ending 4th June 43
“The Brils" Won't Ring Long! 43
Advertising 44
Music and Musicians. 44
Australian Actresses in London 44
Percy Crawford Declares Australian Vaudeville Stronger Than Ever 44
Broken Hill Week Ending 29th May, 1926. 44
Perth Week Ending 4th June. 45
Death of Edith Drayson 45
Another One for “E.J.” 45
Of Interest to American Acts in Australia 45
Popular Success Broadcasted 45
Star Visits Barnado Girls 45
D. B. O’Connor and the Williamson Firm 45
Newcastle 45
Oscar Asche's Bankruptcy 45
Advertising 45 , 46
Sydney theatres Week Commencing: June 7th. 46
Royal Command Performance in London 46
Advertising 46 , 47 , 48



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