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WILL THE G.P.O. T TELEVISION ? FUTURE OF FILM UNIT

WILL THE G.P.O. T TELEVISION ? FUTURE OF FILM UNIT

NEXT MOVE By G. A. ATKINSON the D.B.C. is criticised in these pages,' a reply usually conies from one of the Corporation’s * faithful Press scribes, the pufllicists who hang round the concrete Kremlin north of Oxford-street waiting for crumbs of information to be thrown to them
November 29, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
TALKINQ

TALKINQ

By THE ERA" Staff I.OMHJN, TilMday. WOW gather rouml, all you liieal llig Hfgis.ered llfiuli'i they say the " Itaily K.\|»ress ’* . . . prefer that hie llhn " rrltii lsin" whh li began: ks at tlie slope, girls! are intrigued by the Hollywood company's proposal make talkie versio
November 29, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
EDMUND KEAN CENTENARY

EDMUND KEAN CENTENARY

May 15 this year marks the hundredth anniversary of the death of the great actor, Brl'imind Kean, whose greatest achievements arc bound with the history of the Theatre Hoyal, Drury-lane. At 4 p.m. on May 15 Dame Madge Kendal will, in the presence of a distinguished gathering rep
May 3, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON PALLADIUM

THE LONDON PALLADIUM

■LACK OCNHIAL THKATKS CONPOHATtOM, LTD. OXFORD CIRCUS, W. Joint MonogidK C. M. WOOLF * MARK i 9.0 TILEFHOWE; QERRARD 7373
May 3, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
congenial part.

congenial part.

(Continued frcni preeadhkg column.) marriages of Henry VIII., while not being historical film proper, is baaed entirely on authentic incidenta in the life of the most interesting of England's kings. Parts of sixteenth-century London will be recreated in the studio, and particula
May 3, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
PICCADILLY CIRCUS ON THE SCREEN ?

PICCADILLY CIRCUS ON THE SCREEN ?

J. B. PRIESTLEY a room frequented Huelitt and Coleridge. I talked with J. U. Priestley about fllms. Mr. Priestley by way of being a film man. Two at least of his books have been turned with great success —" The tiood Companions and Benighted "—and he has written an original scen
May 3, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE FALLOW TWINS (.RACE ANi. BEAUT* FROM AUSTRALIA

THE FALLOW TWINS (.RACE ANi. BEAUT* FROM AUSTRALIA

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May 3, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
A STEFAN ZWEIG BOOK

A STEFAN ZWEIG BOOK

Marit Anlointllt.” Stefan Z\v. it Mr. Zw.ig, master of biography, lias written inast» rpi«*c«‘ of historical interpretation Marie Anloinott:*.** The amount of research necessary such book must have been terrific, but Mr. Zweig, the intellectual, the scholar, the enthusiast for h
November 29, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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* Coventry Corporation has sanctioned an application from Bennet Theatres, Ltd., to the Opera House being used ‘when required for the production stage plays on Sunday evenings. Conditions imposed include a proviso that admission to such performances shall to subscribing members o
November 29, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
“THE ERA”

“THE ERA”

Following it tht fourth instalment of Pantomimes with particulars of LONDON. Penft Empire.—" Hiding Cast-Willie Cave, Fred C»ry. Jj 1 * 1 ® llenham, Trixie IX^n > ,c HoWfc Twins, Queeuic Lucy, Fred Yvonne Zeela. Wiyllis Oilea. kins Bros.. Capilol Plar.a (.iris, LiUle Buds. Produ
November 29, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England