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January 27, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
THE ERA BARRIE’S FIRST FAILURE FROM THESPIS TO TALKIE

THE ERA BARRIE’S FIRST FAILURE FROM THESPIS TO TALKIE

QOUND equipment concerns throughout the world have been striving for months past to perfect a system which, from the REGENT'S Park Gaumont. new reproduction standpoint, wol J 3,000-seater. was opened last enable sound, as ! Monday by the Mayor of s dimensional ’or enhanced effec
January 27, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
HAVE DAVID AN ATAVISTIC TOMMY ?

HAVE DAVID AN ATAVISTIC TOMMY ?

By MARGERY ROWLAND yOU may remember that when Sentimental Tommy was grown-up and successful he remarked; “How we change! To which old Aaron Latta retorted; “How we dinna chcinSG-” » Boy David failed, I think, ' because Sir James Barrie did not change. He was unable to forget Sen
January 27, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ADA and EDDIE DAROS TRIO Again back at the M ET ROPO LITAN with New Act Sailing Feb. sth for

ADA and EDDIE DAROS TRIO Again back at the M ET ROPO LITAN with New Act Sailing Feb. sth for

SOUTH AFRICA All Corns, to our SOLE AGENT: NAT DAY
January 27, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
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May 20, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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SHERMAN FISHER GIRLS YORKSHIRE COMEDIAN DICK HENDERSON

SHERMAN FISHER GIRLS YORKSHIRE COMEDIAN DICK HENDERSON

Regina FLORIA bbautiful aerial act
May 20, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
COMES TO

COMES TO

>r Variety at Holborn By W. J. BISHOP IF you can find a better variety bill than the holiday programme at the Holborn Empire this week, then lead me to it. Capacity audiences on Monday just revelled in the good fare provided. x , Max Miller was in great form“the cheeky chappie h
May 20, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
NEW DELEGATE

NEW DELEGATE

The President extended a hearty welcome to Mr. F. B. B. Blake, of the Portsmouth branch, and hoped he would contribute to their deliberations now he was a delegate to the General Council. QUOTA FILM DOWN ON THE FARM Attention was drawn by the London and Home Counties branch to t
May 20, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
POMPEY’S 1 REX’ KEEPS ITS 18-INCH COUNCIL STANDS TO ITS GUNS

POMPEY’S 1 REX’ KEEPS ITS 18-INCH COUNCIL STANDS TO ITS GUNS

POMPEY’S REX’ KEEPS ITS 18-INCH COUNCIL STANDS TO ITS GUNS MEMBERS of the Labour Party who walked out of the Portsmouth Council Chamber three | weeks ago in protest against the permission given to the Rex Cinema to instal 18-in. instead of the regulation 20-in. seats tried for ne
May 20, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England
 
unematograpn limes Official Organ of the Cinematograph Exhibitors* Association of Great Britain and Ireland BROADMEAD HOUSE, PANTON STREET, HAYMARKET, S.W.I

unematograpn limes Official Organ of the Cinematograph Exhibitors* Association of Great Britain and Ireland BROADMEAD HOUSE, PANTON STREET, HAYMARKET, S.W.I

General Secretary: W. R. FULLER Telephone* Whitehall 0191 -2-3-4
May 20, 1937 - The Era - London, London, England