Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Vol.5 No.331 (7 July 1926)
Pages 29-36 are foldout ads. In some issues blank pages have been inserted to maintain the correct left / right pagination.
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Advertising 1 , 2 , 3
A “Bud” That Has Extensively Blossomed 3 , 15
Advertising 3
Weekly Chat to Showmen Very Little Room for the Pessimist in Show Business. 4
Personality in Showmanship. An Imperative Necessity. 4
The House Organ. A Practical Demonstration of an oft Illustrated Idea. 4
Decreases in British Film Exports. Falling Off for First Three Months. 4
Exhibitors to Share £30,000! First National’s Practical Go-operation. 5
Presentation to Les J. Keast. 5
"Hot Water” for Sydney Release, July 31st. 5
“Big Medicine for Big Pictures!” The P.D.C.—Keith-Albee Deal. 5
Four—Not Twenty-four. 5
Agitation Over Sunday Shows. Brisbane Theatrical Employees Union Perturbed. 5
Good Music in Pictures. 5
It Apparently Had to Come. 5
Leeton (N.S.W.) Movie Ball. 6
Paramount to Aid Appeal for Blind. 6
Renee Adoree May Marry Again. 6
Ben Turpin to Marry Again. 6
Lon Chaney’s Son Marries. 6
Getting Over the Stage Difficulty. 6
Japanese Film Actresses on Strike. 6
Foreign Stars in America May Have to Depart. 6
Car and Cycle Films to be Shown. 6
Unusual “Sheik” Cast. 6
Music Synchronisation by Recording Instrument. 6
Jack Pickford to Act Again. 6
Negri and Valentino to Marry. 6
Dorothy no Quitter. 6
Only Thirteen New Plays Sold to Picture Producing Firms this Season. 6
Advertising 7
Cinematograph Films. Plea for British Production. 8
A World Premiere. 8
Sir Benjamin Fuller and a Challenge. 8
A Real Star Cast. 8
Birthdays of the Week 8
The Fourth Annual (Official) Movie Ball. 8
De Mille Will Not Make “The Deluge.” 8
Reed Howes as an Inventor. 8
Sydney Acclaims Langdon! Success of “Tramp, Tramp, Tramp.” 8
Lon Chaney Signs New Contract 8
“Out of the Storm.” 8
Advertising 9
Signs of the Times-A Warning and A Moral. 10
Britain's Challenge to American Supremacy. “Resolve Fulfilled by The Only Way" says the Auckland 'Herald.” 10
Advertising 11
Schlesinger to Enter British Film Production. 12
Master Pictures Gazettes Again with Exclusive Items. 12
“His People” Enjoying Great Success. 12
Monta Bell's Next. 12
Universal Policy for 1927 to be Shortly Announced. Carl Laemmle Sets New Standard in Efficient Showmanship Pictures. 12
Clever Equestrienne. 12
Another Hard Ridin' Story. 12
Eliminating Picture Theatre Pests. 12
Report Says Rathe Organisation on Market. 12
Universal Films on Ocean Liners. 12
James Oliver Curwood for J.C.W. 12
Advertising 13
Fox Films Announce Elaborate Programme for Season 1926-27. 14 , 15
Stunting for the Movies. 15
F.N. Secretary for America. 15
Another Australian Film Finished. 15
The Most Popular Sports Girl. 15
David N. Martin Back. 15
A Correction. 15
Light on Lamps. 15
Advertising 17
Sidelights on the Film Tax Debate in the Federal Parliament House Makes Interesting Reading Points for Electors. 18 , 40
Advertising 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 23 , 24
How New York Puts a Picture Across 25
Buster Keaton's Latest 25
New Zealand. 25
Toby Claude For the Films 25
Hobart (Week ending June 26). 25
Ideal Screen Cast 25
Australian Editress of Singapore Film Magazine 26
New—but Old 26
Have Your Say. Cannot Suffer Any More Film Tax. “The Truth in Advertising” 26
Colored Movies 26
John Barrymore, United Artists Star 26
“The Sealed Room” 26
Advertising 27
Three Big Appeals 28
Inventive Adamstown (N.S.W.) Exhibitor 28
Niblo Replaces Swedish Director 28
Exhibitor Contemplates Extension 28
New Film Luminaries Will Outshine the Old 28
Arthur Shirley’s Next 28
Film "Doubles” Sue for Extra Pay 28
With Gus Dieppe Up North 28
Charles Chaplin as “Napoleon” 28
Stage Plays Banned from Screen Presentation 28
Advertising 30 , 31 , 33
Ten Days Whirlwind Camnaign for Paramount’s “American Venus.” What Hoyt’s Kinema, Mosman, Did. 34
Fuller Chain Complete. 34
The Majestic “Mirror” 34
Advertising 35 , 36
The Field of Exploitation 37
Master Pictures 1927 Announcement Embraces Pick of World’s Open Market. Momentous Message in Next Week’s Issue. 37
Advertising 37 , 38
Victoria Week Commencing July 3rd. 38
A Title Changed. 38
Two More Contracts. 38
Beauty Winner for America. 38
Advertising 38
Melbourne Theatres (Week commencing July 5). 39
Syd. Chaplin’s Next is “Oh, FWhat a Nurse!” 39
The Sea Beast" Making History. 39
Advertising 39
Union Theatres Master Vaudeville. 40
Whisperings of William 40
Advertising 40
Death. 40
The Lady Ambassador. Who is She? 41
With the Exhibitors. 41
Advertising 41
Mary Alden Added to the Cast of “Lovey Mary” 42
The Ludicrousness of Lloyd. 42
Fred Thomson Coming Again in a Master Picture. 42
Spoiling the Film Stars. Drivel of Certain Publicity. 42
“Kiki" for Early Release. 42
Holt on the High Seas. 42
Railroad Drama. 42
Advertising 43 , 44
Again Franklyn Farnum. 44
"The Fighting Smile.” 44
South Australia. (Week ending July 2). 44
More Praise for “Gold Rush." 44
New Show for Eden (N.S.W.) 44
Twenty-year-old Pictures Screened. 44
Films with All Negro Casts. 44
West Australia. Week ending July 2, 1926. 45
Advertising 45
Pertinent Pars About Players 46
Newcastle. (Week ending July 5). 46
The Play and Otherwise. 47
Our Letter Rack 47
Advertising 47 , 48
Sydney Theatres (Week ending July 5). 48
Coming N.S.W. Shows. 48
Advertising 48
Long Theatrical Partnerships 48
Music and Musicians. 49
Advertising 49
Here and There in the Show World 50
Advertising 50 , 51
Australian Performers in Great Britain. 51
Couldn’t Speak With His Hands 51
Colored Show for Tivoli. 51
Thomas With Paramount’s Brisbane Office. 51
Greater Brisbane Amusements Ltd. 51
City Council to Pay Music Copyright Fees. Will Pass It On. 51
Allan Wilkie Fund. 51 , 52
Advertising 51 , 52
With Harry Muller in San Francisco. 52
Actor Ambitious to Own Cup Winner. 52
Presentation to “Miss Australia” 52
Advertising 53 , 54



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