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_ • i KlNEzkyld j o34,9o LARGEST NET SALE: OVER 5,400 COPIES WEEKLY Ki%1 %,40 B SAL :0 NUTS 1 he Best!W is Gra.dville Says U-''s Future Is Healthy RUMOI.RS that Universal- Into - natio:l. I is going out of business comilietely unfounded says Douglas I Granville. U-I's home &Aix r
November 20, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
U.S EXHIBITORS GET TOGETHER

U.S EXHIBITORS GET TOGETHER

A CONFERENCE of exhibitors called in America hy Spyros Skottras has agreed to set up a separatv organisation called the American Congress of Exhibitors. - - • This will serve exhibitors in the same way that the MPAA serves producers. A provisional commitiee includes tnembers of
November 20, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
0 IT Will Go In Next Budget' Says Sir Tom

0 IT Will Go In Next Budget' Says Sir Tom

SIR TOM O'BRIEN, NATKE general secretary, is confident that entertainments tax will be abolished in the next Budget. He has written to the leaders of all three political parties stressing the need for tax abolition and emphasising that the issue must be taken out of the party po
November 20, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Paramount Bid Is Expected

Paramount Bid Is Expected

IT IS UNDERSTOOD that Paramount plans to bid for certain assets of the General Aniline and Film Corporation, reports KINCS New York correspondent Leonard Coulter. The corporation, formerly part of a German chemical trust which was seized by the U.S government during the war, is
November 20, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Letter from the Yorkshire Post

Letter from the Yorkshire Post

A letter from the London manager of the Yorkshire Post was read. It was agreed that the correspondence be referred to the North-Eastern zone.
November 20, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
TELEVISION OUTLOOK Producer John Woolf Becomes East Anglia's Director of Programmes

TELEVISION OUTLOOK Producer John Woolf Becomes East Anglia's Director of Programmes

I SPOKE this week to film producer John Woolf, and all we talked about was television. Woolf is one of the active directors of the East Anglia station which goes on the air next November. _ He is also the director of programmes, a responsibility which places him in a unique posi
November 20, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Film Clips

Film Clips

I asked him whether he would attempt to produce any film programmes on the lines of ABCs" Box Office' or A-R's "Close-Up." Woolf said no. " Personally 1 have always been against the use of film clips on television and I have never been happy with any of the TV film shows. Thc on
November 20, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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November 20, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
\'w Members

\'w Members

At the end of 1957 membership fell tw 229 to 3,893. The fall was made tip as follows: closed, 165; closed through fire two; changed to live t:hree; resigned '73; deletions ait-payment of subscriptions), 20. New members joining during the %ear totalled 34. Expressed as a percenta
March 6, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Continental Exhibitors Will Be Asked For Support

Continental Exhibitors Will Be Asked For Support

TEDDY HINGE told members of Leeds and District branch CEA at their monthly meeting that he was hoping to enlist the support of Continental exhibitors in the campaign to stop the showing of films on television. Chairman J. X. Prendergast and C. H. Whincup reported on the last mee
March 6, 1958 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England