Everyones

Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Created/Published
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Issue
Vol.5 No.329 (23 June 1926)
Images
48
Notes
Pages 33-36 are foldout ads. In some issues blank pages have been inserted to maintain the correct left / right pagination.
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Contents

EVERYONES 1
Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
EVERYONES 3
Showmanship in New Zealand 3
Advertising 3
EVERYONES 4
Weekly Chat to Showmen Further Proof of the Industry's Stability 4
W. A. Gibson on Film Tax Scathing Criticism on Senator Guthrie 4
A New Use for the Movies Unmasking the Rogues 4
Huckerby Criticises Politicians A Challenge! 4 , 5
“The Only Way” Acclaimed 5
The York Theatre, Adelaide. Installs Simplex Twins 5
Sydney Film Folk in Hospital 5
Exploitation Campaign as Carried Out for the Australian Premiere of "The Pioneers” at the Lyceum and Haymarket Theatres, Sydney. 5
Tasmanian Exhibitors Alarmed 5
Arcadia Inaugurates Picture Policy 5
Exhibitor's Excellent Showmanship 5
Notable Theatrical Figure Passes 5
Advertising 7
West Australia. Week Ending 18th June. 8
Queen’s Hall, Perth. 8
W.A. and the Show Business 8
Advertising 9
Entertainments Tax Prosecutions Dance Promoter Fined 10
Mildred Chaplin in Vaudeville. 10
The Pot-boiler Picture 10
Child Star Marries 10
The Temperamental Greta 10
Pauline Frederick in Films Again 10
South Australia Worthily Upholds Best Traditions of Film Business Meeting of Protest Held in Adelaide 10
Movie Schools to Go 10
Exhibitor s Loss 10
Educating the Producer 10
Will the Short Subject Attract? 10
Kelleway and Films 10
The Lee Kids in Picture Houses 10
Imperial Conference May Discuss Films 10
Advertising 11
Australian Movie Man in ’Frisco 12
New Registration 12
Will Rogers Was With Wirth’s in Australia? 12
New English Studios Nearly Completed 12
Exploitation and Population 12
Chinese Giant for the Movies 12
French Film Adjudged “Too Clever” 12
Jazzing in Gaol 12
With Gus Dieppe in the North 12
“Duke” Saves Two Movie Extras 12
Advertising 13 , 14
The Field of Exploitation 15
Whisperings of William 16
Universal Approbation 16
Cinema Theatre Causes Riot 16
New Zealand 16
Birth 16
Marriages 16
Deaths 16
Return Thanks 16
Advertising 17 , 18 , 19
More About Coming Releases 20
Those Intriguing Ads. 20
From the Departments of Film Publicity 21
Advertising 22 , 23 , 25 , 26
SYDNEY'S RECENT FILM RELEASES 27 , 30
Advertising 29 , 30
Victoria Week Commencing June 19th. 30
Sales Manager Appointed for Pyramid Pictures 30
Advertising 30
Melbourne Theatres (Week commencing June 19). 31
Advertising 31 , 32
“Man on the Box” in W.A. 32
“The American Venus” in Tasmania 32
Advertising 33
“The Greatest Sign of the Greatest Time” 34
“The Sea Beast” Goes Through the Rolls-Royce of Projectors 34
British Film Producer Here 34
“Sandy.” 34
Allan Wilkie to Disband Company 34
Edith Draysons Death 34 , 35
Have Your Say. 35
Touring Show Has Novel Musical Invention. 35
The Increased Tax on Films 35
Queensland 35
Something New in Film Presentation 35
M.C.D. Films to Produce Local Subject 35
Advertising 36 , 37 , 38
President of Musicians' Union 38
Pulitzer Dramatic Prize for 1926 38
Important Picture-Vaudeville Amalgamation Completed in America 38 , 39
Advertising 38
South Australia. (Week ending June 18.) 39
Camera Work Completed on “The Brown Derby.” 39
For Connie’s Next 39
Advertising 39
The Play and Otherwise. 40
Pertinent Pars About Players 41
Romance—and Harry Santrey 41
Advertising 42
Fred Buick in America 42
Dramatist on Censorship 42
“The Man With the Load of Mischief” 42
Covent Garden Dress Rules 42
Five Years for “Abie.” 42
Lauder's Nephew Still Crops Up 42
Copyright A Most Important Pronouncement 42
Music and Musicians. 43
Action Against Melbourne Cabaret Ban 43
Advertising 43
The Most Popular Song 44
Cyril Likes Clean Plays 44
Davis Doings 44
Breaks a Fiddle at Every Performance 44
Adelaide Week Ending 18th June. 44
Singer Weds 44
Frank Harvey for England 44
Reward Offered for Missing Singer 44
Perth (Week ending June 18). 44
Newcastle 44
Advertising 45
“The Green Hat.” 45
Brisbane Branch of Actors' Federation 45
Bringing Him Out of His Trance 45
Actors Are Not Vaudeville Performers, No, Sir! 45
English Vaudeville Still Good 45
Advertising 45 , 46
Sydney Theatres (Week commencing June 21). 46
Advertising 46 , 47 , 48

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