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Nq 791.405 EVE
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Vol.9 No.436 (11 July 1928)
In some issues blank pages have been inserted to maintain the correct left / right pagination. Text may be cut off on some pages due to tight binding. Black card used as part of front cover is missing.
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Advertising 1 , 2
HAYWARD Champions The Cause of Independent Producers. Enzed’s Movie Monarch Gives Definition of the Real Box Office Article 3
Advertising 4
Beware Political Corruption. 4
Unfair Tactics Charged Against Film Renters’ As. 6
“N.Z. Quota Hypocrisy from Start to Finish.”--Fuller. Trade Disagrees With Fuller-Hay ward Assertions. Dominion Exhibitors Disclaim Political Influence to Prime Minister. 6
Testimonial for Bill Howe Closes July 30. 7
Prominent Exhibitor, Tom Humphries, Dead 7
Marks Will Study Hollywood. Sails July 26 on World Tour. Prime Minister Bruce Sends Commissioner Abroad to Examine English, American, Continental Industry Before Govt. Introduces Film Legislation. 7
Paramount 1929 Program Sold to Union Theatres. 7
Country Exhibitors Invade Sydney Suburbs 7
£580,000 New Capital Sought By Union Theatres & Hoyts. Money Needed for Expansion. U.T. and Associate Companies Will Have Paid-Up Capital of £1,219,000. 8
No M.G.M. Talkies For Aust. Yet, Freeman Tells Delegates. 8
Showman Seeks Responsibility for Boxing Bouts. 8
Entry Forms Ready for Film Men’s Golf Tournament 8
“Big Hughie” Passes 8
Advertising 9
“Adorable Outcast” Takes £3000 First Brisbane Week. Australian Picture Attracts 50,000 and Sets Record at Tivoli. Stuart F. Doyle Plans Long Run Sydney Season Following Film’s Initial Success. 10
Rear Admiral Praises British Battle Film 10
Monarch Empire Pictures Opened at Dubbo 10
In Hobart 10
Barrie Marschel Resigns from M-G-M 10
Advertising 11
“Odds On” Cabaret Scenes at Romanos. 12
Advertising 12
Queensland 12
Attractions for Charters Towers Carnival Week 12
“The Circus” Goes Big in Queensland 12
Advertising 12 , 13
Making the Pictures Pay 14
The Camera Records Stunts that Pulled Business. 15
Advertising 17
ALL OVER THE WORLD LATEST FILM NEWS BY “EVERYONES”CORRESPONDENTS OVERSEAS New York Representative: “Film Daily"-London Representative: “The Bioscope England Spends Too Much for Films, Director Says. 18
Langdon and F.N. Split 18
Producers Can’t Get Damages for Adverse Review 18
Half-Pints of Australian Wine Given Away in London Cinemas. Whisky, Too. 18
Sanity in Film Censorship 18
Savage Censors in Singapore. 18
Stage Directors for “Talkies.” 18
1,885 Shorts Next Year 18
Warner Bros. and Stanley Merge in America 18
£1000 for Spence’s Titles. 18
Fox Makes Other Producers Taste Their Own Medicine. 18
British Reciprocity Only Costs £350 18
Advertising 19
‘Bells’ Didn’t Ring The Bell At Royal. 20
The West 20
What Perth Box-Offices Show. 20
Perth Suburban Business Still Bad 20
N.S.W. Exhibitor Praises "Sorrell and Son." 20
Fox Trade Screening. 20
Advertising 21 , 23
Reviews of Recent Releases 24 , 25
Amusements on Change 25
Current News Reels 25
Advertising 27
“Everyones” in New Zealand. £9220 Profit for Hayward's Pictures, Auckland, 1927-28. 28
Three New Fuller Shows for N.Z. First 28
New Paramount Gives Nelson Modern Picture House 28
New Theatres Galore in New Zealand 28
Greenfield Has Big Plans for Embassy, Auckland. 28
Robinson Will Open New Palais in Taree, N.S.W. 28
Advertising 29 , 31
Around Sydney Exchanges 32
Birthdays of the Week 32
“Everyones” in S.A. Adelaide Regent Opens in Blaze of Color on June 29. 32
Advertising 32
Trackless Train in N.S.W 32
Capitol Scores Best Stunt of Week. 33
Melbourne 33 , 34
Melbourne Green-Room Club Jottings 33
Advertising 33
Vic. Country Showmen’s Column 34
£2000 for Flivver Now. 34
Pierce Hodgens Resigns from Theatre Management. 34
Advertising 34
Bobby Pearce, Digger Baritone, Dead. 34
Specialise in Theatre Equipment 34
Frazer is Showmen’s Photographer 34
Advertising 34
The Showman’s Corner. 35
Advertising 35 , 36
While We Sit and Shiver. 36
New Star Cinema Opens At Bondi Junction N.S.W. 36
Advertising 37
East Met West When Aussie And Jap Shot Fleet. 37
Advertising 37
PRODUCTION NEWS What’s Happening at the Studios and Exchanges First National Starts Ten of New Season’s Pictures. 38 , 39 , 40 , 41 , 42
Beaudine Ends Filming of “Give and Take” 38
Sydney’s Long-run Features. 38
Ernst Laemmle to Produce “Sex Appeal’" 38
Former Vaudeville Stars in "The Butter and Egg Man.” 39
Royalty Sees “Speedy” in London 39
Beaudine Directs “Heart to Heart” for First National. 40
Sam Wood to Direct Norma Shearer in “Ballyhoo” 40
Stage Beauty Dorothy Knapp in “None But the Brave” 41
Marion Davies Starts “Her Cardboard Lover” 41
“Lures of Love” for Sydney Capitol 42
Gertrude Astor Supports Mulhall 42
Advertising 43
Suburban Showmen Say They Don’t Need Presentation. 44
Novel Stage Presentations in Brisbane and Canberra. 44
Playing the Pictures. 44
THE SHOW WORLD London Alleges Australia Steals English Performers Ideas 45
What Is Home Talent Worth? Readers Write Opinions. 45
The Call Board. Commencing Saturday July 14. 46
Advertising 46
Vaudeville and Revue. Janice Hart, Frank O’Brian Impress in New Fuller Revue. 46
New Acts in Vaudeville 46
Advertising 46 , 47
New Shows Reviewed. 47
Advertising 47
The Music Box. Edited by W. J. Percival. "Aida" Opens Brilliant Williamson Grand Opera Season. 48
“Hallelujah" for “Hit the Deck" 48
Grand Opera Costs £8500 a Week 48
New Fuller Star 48
Popular Songster 48
Collin Enlarges Melb. Premises 48
Best Sellers of the Week. 48
Nicholson’s Sell Land at £4050 a Foot. 48
Artists and J.C.W. to Help Melb. Workless 48
Advertising 48
Popular Player with Bannerman Co. 49
Adelaide Theatres Week ending July 6. 49
Chas. Cabot’s New Zealand Notes 49
Touring Shows Play Innisfail Oddfellows’ Hall 49
Advertising 49
Sir Benjamin Fuller Finalises Majestic Buildings Sale in Adelaide 49
“New Brooms” for Melbourne July 14 49
Paul Daly’s Revue Breaks Records at Luxor, Perth. 49
What the Pros. are Doing 49
Picture House Orchestra Open For Engagements 49
Pertinent Pars About Players 50
“"Models” Next for Empire, Sydney. 50
Advertising 50
English Artist in “Our Betters.” 50
Bert Howard in Suburbs 50
Olsen and Johnson Sign £27,000 American Contract. 50
Merlyn Open for Bookings 50
Vanbrugh-Boucicault Co. for Melb. Jully 31. 50
Coming N.S.W. Shows 50
Endurance Dancing Popular in Perth 50
“Everyones” Letter Rack 50
Advertising 50 , 51 , 52



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