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(Continued from preceding column) Yesterday (which failed because Gladys Cooper did not give her special public what it expected), Room

(Continued from preceding column) Yesterday (which failed because Gladys Cooper did not give her special public what it expected), Room

Service (no ex¥lanation to offer), “You Can’t ake It With You (if it had had an American cast). The others were no poorer than some that succeeded, perhaps, but either they tried to catch the tail of a fashion (as in crazy-family plays), were experimental without being bold or f
April 14, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
KENT BRANCH

KENT BRANCH

Universal Sunday Opening Branch Favour AT the last meeting of the Kent County Branch, held at Broadmead House, Panton-street, Major C. H. Bell, 0.8. E., was in the chair, and there were present Messrs. Morris M. Levy, H. G. Croneen, W. Croneen, Chas. Collins, David Weston, E. Os
April 14, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
FREE SHOWS

FREE SHOWS

Mr. A. Spencer May, Jnr., produced a cutting from the Kentisn District Times” advertising a free film show at the Central Hal , Bromley, entitled, Cadbury Cava - cade”—a programme of five timis. The Secretary was instructed to ioiward these particulars to the General Secretary.
April 14, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GLASGOW

GLASGOW

April 14.—Law Of The Underworld, R.K.0.-Radio, Scala, 10.45: The Terror, A.8.P., Regal. 11: Coming Of Age. Columbia, Cranston's, 11. April 15.—Flash Gordon's Trip To Mars (Epi. 1, '2, 3), General Films, Cran- ston's, 10.45; Prison Nurse, ’British Lion, Scala. 11. April 20. —Joy
April 14, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
Jack Helyer

Jack Helyer

ITAMOUS organist now resident at the Ritz Theatre. Nottingham. Native of Bournemouth, Jack has probably more cinema experience than any other theatre organist. Started operator in the early handle-turning days. His organ experience dates from the commencement of talkies. ... Is
April 14, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 

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THE DOMINANT SEX

THE DOMINANT SEX

From the ALDWYCH THEATRE, W COME AND SEE THIS PLAY AS OUR GUEST ! ! ! Absolutely NO CHARGE for Admission Throughout Week of April 25th WEST END ATTRACTIONS - - - TWICE NIGHTLY BOOK YOUR SEATS FOR THE SEASON SR A
April 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
LEEDS AND DISTRICT BRANCH

LEEDS AND DISTRICT BRANCH

April 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
GALE AT NEWCASTLE

GALE AT NEWCASTLE

(Continued from page 5) films on one programme, but last Sunday he noticed an advertisement where one London cinema was showing Wells Fargo and Wise Girl.” and both these films had been graded A by the renters themselves. Outlining the proposed procedure of the Association, he s
April 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ARRIVALS FROM N.Y.

ARRIVALS FROM N.Y.

IWIR AND MRS. GEORGE ARLISS, Eva Turner, Karina Branzell, Winifred Ashton, Kent Taylor, Harry Green, and Harry Richman arrived from New York in the Aquitania.
April 28, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England
 
ROUND THE LONDON HALLS

ROUND THE LONDON HALLS

Grade Gra QUEUES AT 3.30 FOR FIRST HOUSE By BESWICK GOODGAME Grade Fields, Beryl Beresford, Fred Brezin, Anita Martell, Cy Landry, Andy and Irving, Shaw and Weston, Peter Sinclare, Rio and Santos. BANK HOLIDAY and Gracie Fields—a conjunction which caused the lads and lassies of
April 21, 1938 - The Era - London, London, England