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N. L NATHAKSON

N. L NATHAKSON

N. NATHAKSON Presideit Cuadiu Femes M L. NATHAXSON, the most widely ’’known film man in Canada, has been appointed president of the Canadian Famous Players Corporation. Tims ends happily long story, because it was Mr. Nathanson who rounded and organised Canadian I'amous, which li
June 7, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
DENMARK-STREET’S LITTLE SISTER!

DENMARK-STREET’S LITTLE SISTER!

FOLKS who know thoir West End, when passing between Oxfordstreet and Charing Cross road, usually do so via Sutton-street (the little turning running down by the side the Astoria). In this way they avoid the congestion at the junction of the two main thoroughfares. Sutton-street
June 7, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON PALLADIUM

THE LONDON PALLADIUM

Dlr*etlafii tmontm BLACK
June 7, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
; |flr VIJMOXT IDEAL LIMITED

; |flr VIJMOXT IDEAL LIMITED

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June 7, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ER A T Gaumont Ideal Limited present

THE ER A T Gaumont Ideal Limited present

June 7, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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OKORQI CARNEY and BITTY HUNTLIT WRIOHT In Uwsrd Whillfig’s ■Mednttlen, ” Oemmlstlenairs.H

OKORQI CARNEY and BITTY HUNTLIT WRIOHT In Uwsrd Whillfig’s ■Mednttlen, ” Oemmlstlenairs.H

OKORQI CARNEY and BITTY HUNTLIT WRIOHT In Uwsrd Whillfig’s ■Mednttlen, ” Oemmlstlenairs. H and Ills staff, of those dark years for British turns, and of the struggle which our directors and players had to keep themselves going. They worked navvies and paper-hangers, waitresses an
June 7, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
SUTHERLAND FELCE • • ♦

SUTHERLAND FELCE • • ♦

But Variety is the people, and by the people, end for the people, all the time. It It democratic. And be who would deal faithfully with Variety must deal with it through the minds of tha many. Which is not an easy thing to do. always. True, occasions arise when wa Variety blokes
June 7, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NAT MILLS & BOBBIE

NAT MILLS & BOBBIE

Eun» 5, HIPPO, smOHTON* * Hanry SNiwA. JOE & DAVE O’GORMAN lltiw B, EMPIRE, BOINRUROH, POSTER'S ARENCV. WORLD-PANOUS AND ORIOINAL CNOCOLATI-COLOURID COON. Bum S, NITNOPOLITAN, IDOWARI-ROAO. I'-*-' Bmiibm, Oakinßtaoov, WsuNliy Park, NiUlmu. BTiILL ORACH REVNELL A WEST THE TWO ODD
June 7, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
New York

New York

CARUSO'S WIDOW ryjROTIIY CARUSO, widow ot Enrico, will soon marry Dr. Charles Holder, ex-onicial, who recently retired to take a commercial post. PULITZER PRIZE WINNER QNE of the greatest events of Auterlv“/ can theatrical life the award of the Pulitzer Prize lor the greatest pl
June 14, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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* The duties of the above producers will be, to certain extent, interchangeable, but Muschwitz himself will not produce. His function supervisory. The first programmes under the new regime will be heard in Hie first week of September, and so anxious are they to make on impression
June 14, 1933 - The Era - London, London, England