Everyones

Call Number
Nq 791.405 EVE
Created/Published
Sydney : Everyones Ltd., 1920-1937
Issue
Vol.9 No.459 (12 December 1928)
Images
156
Notes
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Contents

EVERYONES 1
Advertising 2
A GLANCE BACKWARD AND A PEEP AHEAD 1929 Should See Past Season’s Standard Well Big Box Office Names Linked With Promising Line-Up. 3
EVERYONES 4
NEWS IN HEADLINES 4
Advertising 4
Future is Yours, Young Man. 4
Advertising 5
Where Will Talkies Be This Time Next Year? 6 , 7
ALONG FILM 8 , 9
Puzzle:- Find Who Owns the Business. 10 , 11 , 12
Govt. Frames Customs Rule Covering Imported Negatives. 12
From.... The Father of the Industry: 13
Sydney Theatres Must Pay £25 p.w. Talkie Royalty. 13
Appeal Board Meets Next Week 13
George Marlow and Rolls Take Over Sydney Empire 13
CANBERRA--Showmen’s Grave 14 , 15
British Films Win Through by Remaining British. 15
The Chief Censor Passes! 15
Music for the Plain Man 16
Unions Confer on O.B.U. 16
Han-a-Phone Talkies Seen. 16
A.P.RA. Replies on Privy Council Decision. 17
Kirkup, Higginson, Lawson Take New Publicity Posts. 17
J. Young is F.B.O. Head. Celebrity Will Distribute. 17
Venetian Cabaret With Gondolas on Harbor Will Brighten Sydney's Night Life 18
Advertising 19 , 21 , 22
Talkies in China-70 Years Ago. 23
"EVERYONES” CRAZY CLOSE-UPS 23
Harry Burcher Returning. To Produce for Hoyts. 23
Paul Whiteman Gets £100, 000 from Universal 23
£1000 is Record for a Sydney Capitol Presentation. 24 , 25
Why Managements Sink Cash in Xmas Panto. Children as Critics. 25
Advertising 27
Hollywood 28
Advertising 28
Big Stars Are Small Fry in Europe. 29
B.D.F. Product Selling Strong in Queensland 29
Herman Phillips Sails for America 29
Hoyts Executives Here 29
German Production Unit To Make £20,000 Movies Here. 29
“EVERYONES” CRAZY CLOSE-UPS 29
Experts Back Films in Schools 29
Advertising 31
What America Holds for Concert Artists and the Truth About Talkies 32 , 33
Advertising 32
‘Interference,’ Paramount’s First All Talkie 33
Advertising 33 , 35 , 36
Introducing Col H. Martin. He Built a Fortune on a Country Theatre. 36
Advertising 36
“EVERYONES" CRAZY CLOSE-UPS 37
Know Your Own Industry. 37
Advertising 37
CALL OUT THE COPS! Recollections of Theatre Riots—by Mike Josephs. 38
“EVERYONES” CRAZY CLOSE-UPS 38
Movietones Coming 38
Advertising 38
Kelso Boys Get Six Months’ English Contract 38
Advertising 39 , 41 , 42
76 Years Stage Sensation Has Paid No Royalties! Little Eva in the Smalls. 43
Advertising 44
‘Everyones’ Calendar of Events of 1928. 44 , 46 , 47 , 48 , 50 , 52
Advertising 45 , 46 , 47 , 48 , 49 , 50 , 51 , 52 , 53
A PRESS AGENT’S TRAGEDY. The Untruthful Typewriter 54
Advertising 54 , 55
Tales Of The Troubadours 56
Advertising 57
Stars Who Risk Their Necks For £3 a Week. Deadwood Dick Scenarios. 58
Advertising 59 , 60 , 61 , 62
UNIVERSAL’S FIRST FOR 1929 63
PRODUCTION NEWS WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE STUDIOS AND EXCHANGES. 64
DRAMA IN F.N. FILM, “GOD’S CLAY” 64
MUCH DISCUSSED BOOK FILMED 65
Advertising 67
Reviews of Recent Releases 68 , 84
Advertising 68 , 69
FROM “ABIE’S IRISH ROSE” 70
KEATON IS NEWS REEL MAN NOW 71
THEY FALL FOR NANCY DREXEL 72
Advertising 73
STARS IN FOX UNDERWORLD FILM 74
Advertising 75 , 77 , 78
Gaumont Buys 116 English Shows. Now Controls 300. 78
In South Australia 78
Advertising 78
Only One Picture Show for Every Million in India. 79
Fox Trade Screen "The Farmer’s Daughter.” 79
Advertising 79 , 81 , 83
Last Month’s Film Reviews. 84
Advertising 85
Australian Production Budget Drops Ninety Thousand Pounds This Year. 86 , 87
Australasian Productions of the Year. 87
Advertising 87 , 88
New Camera Device May Alter Production Methods. 88
Capt. Howard Doyle Manages State Shopping Block 88
Missing Friends 88
New Gun Camera Made for ’Plane Shots 88
Advertising 88 , 89 , 90
The West 91
“EVERYONES” CRAZY CLOSE-UPS 91
Advertising 92
State, Melb., Opens Feb. 5; Doyle Announces Staff Chiefs. 93
Gayle Wyer at Her Majesty’s, Perth. 93
Exhibitors All! 93
Advertising 93
Five First Nights in Melbourne Dec. 22. 94
Melbourne 94
Who Will Get Combined Vic. Theatres? 94
Advertising 94
Quick Flashes at Victorian Showmen. 95
Advertising 95
Years Company Floats Swell Industry’s Capital £1,000,000. 96
BARBARA KENT LOSES HER SWEETIE 96
New Systems Telephones Pty., Ltd., Busy Burgess Batteries in Demand 96
Advertising 97 , 98
“Everyones” in N.Z. Little Theatre Move Starts in Christchurch 98
Melbourne Play Shop has Everything for Theatricals 98
Current News Reels 98
Advertising 98 , 99 , 100
In Paris 100
“EVERYONES” CRAZY CLOSE-UPS 101
Advertising 101 , 102
T. Baker Dead 102
McLaglen for U.S.A. 102
Advertising 102 , 103
Eric Strelitz to Book U.T. Vaude in America 103
Huxham Returns from Tasmania 103
Advertising 103
"Everyones” in Tas. Hobart His Majesty's Back to Pictures 103
Advertising 104
John Tait Buys “The Show Boat”. Pavlova Coming. 104
John C. Jones’ Plans 104
A BIT OF ROMANCE IN “OUTCAST’ 104
Advertising 105
Coming N.S.W. Show Dates. 105
What’s On. 105
White and Edgeley Panto, for Cremorne, Brisbane. 105
Advertising 105
Queensland 106
Advertising 106
Brisbane Shows and Showmen. 106
Capt. Dawson Praises Brisbane Suburbs 106
The Music Box. Edited by W. J. Percival. Jazz is a Live Corpse, From Sonny Clay to The Ingenues. 107
Advertising 107
A Pioneer of Jazz. 107
Advertising 108 , 109 , 110
A Songstress of Other Days 110
Henkel, Personality Man, Sells Capitol Show 110
Woman Organist May Operate State Wurlitzer. 110
Christie Unit Organs Draw Patrons. 111
Stanley McKay’s Companies. 111
Once Champ. Dancer. 111
A.P.R.A. Wins Against Mildura Exhibitor. 111
Advertising 111
Are Headliners Worth Their Money? Musgrove in Reply. 112
“Pigs” Next for Sydney Criterion 112
Tier Succeeds in London; Harry Taft’s Comments 112
At the Wembley Exhibition: Will Hender’s Success. 112
Playing the Pictures. 112
Advertising 113
Country Exhibs. Praise Suttons Dualectron. 114
Roy Devaney Will Operate Christie Unit. Leslie V. Harvey for Capitol. Perth. 114
Leonta Proctor Signed for English Panto. 114
The Real Value of Wurlitzer Organs 114
218 Music Releases During Yean Big Hits of 1928. 114
Advertising 115
An Organist Turned Preacher 116
The Call Board. (Commencing Saturday, December 15, 1928). 116
Advertising 116
Picture House Calls 116
Advertising 117 , 118
Many Years Ago 118
Around the Adelaide Theatres. 118 , 119
Advertising 118 , 119 , 120 , 121 , 122
How Juvenile Leads Begin. Brandon Peter’s Early Start. 122
Advertising 122 , 123
Everyones Letter Rack 124
Bruce Ignores Allan Wilkie’s Subsidy Request. 124
Roy Rene and Nat Phillips Split 124
Monica Mack and Claude Holland Marry 124
Advertising 124
George Sortie Talks of the Big Tops. 125
Advertising 125
The Contracts of the Eighties: Then Sir Ben Fuller Worked for 10/- Weekly 126
Advertising 127
Contracts of 80’s : Then Sir Ben Fuller Qot 10s Weekly. 127
Advertising 127
Filched Qags Wail Spreads All Over the World. 128
Advertising 128 , 129
When Old-Time Stars Shone Bright, and the Whole Show World was Young. 130 , 131
Bert Ives Was Photographer Then. 130
A Star of the Past 131
And How the House Used to Cheer! 131
Played for Rickards 131
Humphrey Bishop’s Company Has Big 1928 Success 131
‘The Family Upstairs’ for Sydney, Dec. 22. 131
Advertising 132
A Memory of a Famed Team. 132
Popular Players for Harry Rickards 132
Advertising 133 , 134
Coming Home! The Actors’ Biggest Thrill. 134
Advertising 134
Bland Holt’s Memory Room: Pot Pourri of the Past 135
Advertising 135
Advertising 136
“EVERYONES” CRAZY CLOSE-UPS 136
Advertising 136 , 137
Gerald for Adelaide Majestic 137
Lauder Will Again Bid Us Farewell 137
London to Have £300,000 Circus 137
Leichner Products Guarantee Successful Make-up 137
Advertising 137
The Lion and the Performer: Bob Driscoll’s Reminiscences 138
Advertising 138
THE PICTURES OF 1928 139 , 140 , 141
VAUDEVILLE OF 1928 142 , 143
THE SHOWS OF 1928 144 , 145 , 146 , 147 , 148 , 149 , 150 , 151 , 152 , 153
Advertising 153 , 154
American Personality Star for Tivoli. 154
New E. J. Carroll Show for Sydney. 154
Advertising 155 , 156

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