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TOM MOSS

TOM MOSS

THE WIGAN WHIPPET. PRINCIPAL COMEDIAN NEW PRODUCTION. ‘THE SINGING CLOWN.' ' Feb. 3, HIPPO., ST. HELENS. 24. Buckingham Street. Strand. HARRY TATE Junr. MOTORING.” Feb. 3, GRANVILLE. WALHAM GREEN. Principal Agents, ‘Phone Sutton 37J- TTHFIUARY 5, 1930.
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BURNS (1927), LTD. (Members of The Agents' Association. Ltd.), 17. 26. Charing Cross Bond W C.2. Temple Bar ICS2 and

BURNS (1927), LTD. (Members of The Agents' Association. Ltd.), 17. 26. Charing Cross Bond W C.2. Temple Bar ICS2 and

2100. Telegrams: • Attraction.” Westrand. London.
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
intormation without prejudice.

intormation without prejudice.

February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LADY TREE writes. 14-1-30: “My quilt has been most beautifully DYED. MARIE BLANCHE writes. 4-1-30: “Many thanks for good work

LADY TREE writes. 14-1-30: “My quilt has been most beautifully DYED. MARIE BLANCHE writes. 4-1-30: “Many thanks for good work

done in 1929. ondon s THEATRICAL cleaners. lEAD 1 N G rwc JOHN BERR/E Itp JOHN BELL, Manager, Theatrical Dept. GERRARD 9580 (Two Line*) CHARING CROSS ROAD, w N^. 29,
February 5, 1930 - The Era - London, London, England
 
(Continued from preceding column.) is probably the most-quoted British newspaper. Four years ago, few of these critics knew anything about

(Continued from preceding column.) is probably the most-quoted British newspaper. Four years ago, few of these critics knew anything about

British film production, but now the names of our producers, stars, and studios are as their household gods. That result is due far more to The Era than to any other agency. The publicity campaign for British films in America has been, in fact, won. It is a tragedy that the comm
March 3, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA BANQUETEERING-

THE ERA BANQUETEERING-

Elsie and Doris Waters were for years not bothering about musichall dates because they could get what was their usual music-hall salary for concerts. The custom for these big firms usually is to ring up Keith Prowse, or other various agents, to supply them with a whole programme
March 3, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SHAKESPEARE

SHAKESPEARE

“Down the Ages” Exhibition EKMAINE DE VAUX’S Comedy of Pathos concerns an elderly , . woman who tries to find relief for CHAKESPEARE Down * * * l!:maut Xa?r"cairShe‘ ‘in street*Vl‘wdi beVned by the I Lerrsals.b which U in on Sunday, for four performed to a young girl, and kills
March 3, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KEN NYMAN,

KEN NYMAN,

These three short statements convey all you need know about me and my views, evasion or vagueness, or Ifs and Anas and Buts.” I am an independent exhibitor. My stake in this business is my own. I depend for my living entirely on my kinema interests. lam convinced exhibitors gene
March 3, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
BRISTOL HIPPODROME CHATHAM EMPIRE CHATHAM PICTURE HOUSE FLORAL HALL, LEICESTER LEICESTER PALACE

BRISTOL HIPPODROME CHATHAM EMPIRE CHATHAM PICTURE HOUSE FLORAL HALL, LEICESTER LEICESTER PALACE

STOLL PICTURE THEATRE (Bedminster) i’ictures. STOLL PICTURE THEATRE (Newcastle-on-T yne) Pictures
March 3, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England