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%El About Eve (20th Century-Fox)

%El About Eve (20th Century-Fox)

Century Theatre. 10.30 a.m. and 2.30 p.m Cast: Bette Davis, Anne Baxter. Celeste Holm, George Sanders. Gary Merrill. Hugh Marlowe. Director: Joseph Mankiewicz. A Darryl F. Zanuck production, the story of a stage-struck girl who, by flattery and trickery. ingratiates herself with
November 16, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Return of the Ape Man (New Realm)

Return of the Ape Man (New Realm)

GB Large Theatre. 3.45 p.m. approx. Gast: Bela Lugosi, John Carradine, George Zucco, Frank Moran, Judith Gibson, Michael Ames. Direotor: Phil Rosen. When Bela Lugosi. a professor, and his assistant. John Carradine, discover a preserved prehistoric ape-man, they decide to transfe
November 16, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
WARNER'S OUTPUT Highest for Two Years

WARNER'S OUTPUT Highest for Two Years

REACHING the highest point of activity for two years, the Warner studio cutting department at Burbank now has 11 features in work. The pictures are: ' The Enforcer," starring Humphrey Bogart; "The West Point Story," teaming James Cagney, Virginia Mayo. Doris Day, Gordon Macßae a
November 16, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Denham Air-Liner

Denham Air-Liner

A giant air-liner, specially designed by art director C. P. Nor• man, has been built at Denham by construction manager Bill Searle and his team for 20th Century-Fox's "No Highway." Special uniforms have been devised for the cast, who) have been nicknamed "The 20th- Fox Air Force
November 16, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
For Pinewood

For Pinewood

An early newcomer to the stage at Pinewood will be "White Corridors," which is due next month. It is a story with a factual background of hospital life •and brings Googis Withers back 'to the screen in her first part for over a year. The producers will be Joseph
November 16, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Angel's Capture

Angel's Capture

The news, reported in the KINE. last week that Gloria Swanson is to make a film over here is a feather in the cap of producer Daniel M. Angel. The film she is to make is "Another Man's Poison," adapted from Leslie Sands's play "Deadlock," by Val Guest. Production is scheduled fo
November 16, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
T 1 11E LONDON CINEMA LUNCHEON CLUB 41:f(cit:::

T 1 11E LONDON CINEMA LUNCHEON CLUB 41:f(cit:::

Dc" d Gammons, M.P. (Cons.). Hornsey (third from the right), guest speaker at the London Cinema Lut , heon Club is welcomed by Arthur Taylor, the club's honorary secretary, Ralph Bromhead, chairman, and Theo Fligelstone who presided Ernie Pearl, of Langford and Co., with F. E. H
November 16, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
REVlEWS—continued from page 27 ful story, hearty teamwork, showmanlike climax and good pilling.

REVlEWS—continued from page 27 ful story, hearty teamwork, showmanlike climax and good pilling.

November 16, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
KINEMATOGRAPH WEEKLY: N(. kIBER 16. 1950

KINEMATOGRAPH WEEKLY: N(. kIBER 16. 1950

KINEMATOGRAPH WEEKLY : N(. kIBER Is Your Name There? = The directories for the 1951 " Kine." I = - = Year Book are now in preparation. They F.-1.- - E are : Trade organisations, renting corn- = E panies, producing companies, studio servicing companies, leading kinema circuits, di
November 16, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
LA BEAUTE DU DIABLE

LA BEAUTE DU DIABLE

GCT. French (A). Directed by Rene Clair. Featuring Michel Simon and Gerard Philipe. 9,000 feet. Release not fixed. COMEDY-DRAMA fantasy, a variation on the " Faust " theme which does not quite come off. It is full of typical Rene Clair touches, the treatment is subtle and it is
November 16, 1950 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England