Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Vol.9 No.438 (25 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.
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Advertising 1
Advertising 1 , 2
“Push” Rewards Port Augusta's Showman 3
Advertising 4
England and Our Censorship. 4
Form Your Own Conclusions. 4
United Artists Open to U.T. and Hoyts in Film Corner. 6
Theatre Capital Increase Re-Acts on Stock Exchange. 6
N.Z. Circuits Buy Universal Product 6
Publix Recalls John C. Wright to U.S.A. 6
U.T. Take Over Coombe’s Houses in Perth 7
“King of Kings” Gets Prince Edward Week Night Record 7
Rain Couldn’t Stop Film Golfers; They Took Water-wings 7
Five State Premiers Agree on State Rights Surrender. 7
Union Theatres & Carrolls to Build in Brisbane. 7
12 Suburban Houses Screen “Circus” Next Week 7
Exhibitor Howells Recuperating 7
Records for “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” 7
Sydney Strand to be Demolished 7
Advertising 8 , 9
Record Production Activities at M.-G.-M. Studios. 10
Kingsford Smith and Ulm Inspect the Trackless Train. 10
M-G-M Product Increases French Cinema Receipts 10
Advertising 11 , 13
Around the Brisbane Shows. 14
Queensland 14
Advertising 14
Pictures and Skating May Start Law-Suit. 14
Around Sydney Exchanges 15
Advertising 15
“Everyones” in New Zealand. N.Z. Exhibs. Discuss New Problems of Films Bill. 15
Advertising 15
M-G-M’s NewEnzed Manager 15
Advertising 15 , 17
Paramount’s Sales Force Meet. 18
Advertising 18
The West 18
Amusements on ’Change 18
Advertising 19 , 21
Exit Title Writer: Enter “Talkie” Writer 22
Infringement of “Outward Bound” Alleged 22
This Actor Paid Electricians’ Overtime 22
Advertising 23 , 24 , 25
Reviews of Recent Releases 26 , 31
Advertising 27 , 29 , 30
Making the Pictures Pay 32
School Concession Tickets Get Business for “The Circus” 32
Novel Street Stunt for “Uncle Tom” in Brisbane 32
The Camera Records the Stunts that Pulled Business 33
Artists On the Radio Bills in Melbourne. 34
Advertising 34
Melbourne 34
Advertising 34
Selling for Fox 34
Advertising 34
Melbourne Green-Room Club Jottings 35
Making F.N.’s “Lady Be Good.” 35
Advertising 35
Vic. Country Showmen’s Column 35
Advertising 35
The Showman’s Corner. 36
Current News Reels 36
Advertising 37 , 38 , 39
Theatre Architects Busy on Many New Theatres Kaberry and Chard Report Heavy Business 39
In Hobart 39
Advertising 39 , 40
“Everyones” in S.A. Crick Tells Fox Policy at Exhibs. Luncheon. 40
New M-G-M S.A. Branch Manager 40
Advertising 40
PRODUCTION NEWS What’s Happening at the Studios and Exchanges 41 , 42 , 43 , 44 , 45 , 46
“Backwash" New Title for “The River.” 41
Paramount to Film “The Canary Murder Case.” 41
Paramount Completing 11 Simultaneously 42
Bill Desmond to Play in Universal Serial 42
“Divine Lady” Nears Finish by First National 43
Philippe De Lacey in Murnau's “4 Devils.” 43
Bancroft to Play Detective in "The Dragnet.” 44
Paul Fejos to Direct Veidt in "The Charlatan.” 44
Colleen Moore Working on "appiness Ahead.” 45
Extended Broadway Season for Hal Roach Comedy 45
“Ben Hur” Three Times in Colac, Victoria. 46
Myrna Loy, Conrad Nagel Costar in “Girl from Chicago.” 46
Playing the Pictures. 47
“Machree” and Mus. Comedy Combined at Sydney Empire. 47
More Ballet Girls for Movie Houses. 47
Picture House Calls 47
THE SHOW WORLD N.S.W. Govt. Frames Bill to Protect Players on Tour. 48
Big Loss on the Williamson-Melba Opera Season. 48
Ivy Shilling Talks of Aust. Favourites Abroad. 48
What’s On. 48
Adelaide Theatres 49
E. J. Carroll Sees Felstead Win Derby. 49
Pat Hanna in 20th Week in Perth. 49
Advertising 49
"Rio Rita" Passes 100th Performance Mark. 49
“Robbery Under Arms" for Grand Opera House, Sydney. 49
Fullers to Present Australian Play in Melb. 49
Pepito, Spanish Clown Coming for Tivoli. 49
Advertising 49
Ellen Terry Dead 49
Gayle Wyer Revue for Majestic, Newtown. 49
Frank Neil Company for Perth, August 11. 49
Advertising 49
The Call Board. Commencing Saturday, July 28. 50
New Acts in Vaudeville 50
Advertising 50
Vaudeville and Revue. On Your Knees to the Ingenues! They’re a Riot at Sydney Tivoli! 50
Embassy Opens Big With Vaudeville at Auckland (N.Z.). 50
Advertising 51
New Shows Reviewed. 51
Van Lowe Leaves Soon 51
Advertising 51
The Music Box. Edited by W. J. Percival. 52
Advertising 52
Redstone Conducts New Radio Band 52
Advertising 52
Best Sellers of the Week. 52
Brownlee Offered £6000 for Month’s Singing 52
Collin Publishes Another Nev Song. 52
Advertising 52
Tivoli Press Agent Reviews Own Show. 53
What the Pros. are Doing 53
Collin Sign Henri Penn for Music School. 53
New Songs in Candid Criticism 53
Alberts Release Big American Hit. 53
Advertising 53
Pertinent Pars About Players 54
Stanton’s Midway Shows for the East 54
New Fuller Ballet. 54
212 J.C.W. People in Timaru (N.Z.) at Once 54
“Hit the Deck” in Melbourne Next Saturday 54
Alfred O’Shea Popular in N.Z. 54
“New Brooms” a Hit in Melbourne 54
“Everyones” Letter Rack 54
Advertising 54 , 55 , 56



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