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FI E C's PLAN TO SA'

FI E C's PLAN TO SA'

and Lad; Strabolgi, Ronald Bell, Reginald Maudling and W. G. Shepherd. At the Press conference on Tuesday, it was stated that NATKE sand BFPA had both been invited, but no acceptances had been received. Ralph Bond added, "Torn O'Brien is having a meeting of his own and I say, Go
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Provincial Conferences

Provincial Conferences

Carl Stack, genera/ sales. manager of Warner's, started a " con ference tour" of Britain on Monday. He is accompanied by Laurie Marshall, his assistant, recently named as captain of Warner's giant "Close the Gap!" sales drive. He spoke in Glasgow on Tilesday, and today (Thursday
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Swaythling Halls to Gel First Runs

Swaythling Halls to Gel First Runs

Two independent halls—the Palladium and the Savoy, Swaythling —will share the considerable proportion of first-run films which, as reported in the Kira. on December 21, will be shown henceforward at two of Southampton's CMA theatres, the Plaza and the Rialto. The second-run conc
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
at Reviews

at Reviews

LUCKY MASCOT United Artists. British (A). Featuring Carroll Levis, Carole Landis and Avril Angers. Produced by N. A. Bronsten. Directed by Thornton Free land. Screenplay by Alec Coppel. 7,620 feet. Release not fixed. EXTRAVAGANT, yet colourful and arrest lug novelty " who-dunnit
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
ius out to be Kay, is spectacularly unmasked •i ring one of Carroll'p popular broadcasts. Production. —The picture neatly works

ius out to be Kay, is spectacularly unmasked •i ring one of Carroll'p popular broadcasts. Production. —The picture neatly works

new established turns, including top-ranking v . performer, Terry-Thomas, into its crime •tion and stages its surprise climax with iuwmanship. Carroll Levis . and his versatile .• 'oge, Avril Angers, are given their heads, Lit both act with discretion and cleverly co.ierate with
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
FORREST TUCKER

FORREST TUCKER

"TRANSCONTINENT EXPRESS" in Thrilling Trucolor "SURRENDER" starring VERA RALSTON and JOHN CARROLL "HIT PARADE OF 1951" The Musical Extravaganza of the year "GRAND CANYON TRAIL" starring ROY ROGERS and "TRIGGER - "BELLE OF OLD MEXICO" starring ESTELITA and ROBERT ROCKWELL "WOMEN
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
WHEN YOU COME HOME

WHEN YOU COME HOME

Butcher's. British (U). Directed by John Baxter, Featuring Frank Randle, Leslie Sarony and Leslie Holmes. 7,024 feet. Relen.w not fixed, P ERIOD backstage musical comedy. Unfolded in flashback, it tells how an time music-hall handyman outwits a couple of financial sharks. Frank
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
STAR SELECTIONS

STAR SELECTIONS

January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
A beautifully designed window display arranged by R. At Campbell, Playhouse. Perth. for THE BLACK ROSE (20th-Fox), the result of a tie-up with a fashion shop

A beautifully designed window display arranged by R. At Campbell, Playhouse. Perth. for THE BLACK ROSE (20th-Fox), the result of a tie-up with a fashion shop

"Better Business" Short: It. Henderson. AIM, Trocadero. Leicester. Frenohle—Katie Did It: F. Manning, RIM, Odeon, Isling. ton; L. Wilkins, Odeon, Bark. ing ; W. Quest, Marlborough, Holloway; R. Lock, AIM. Odeon, Wealdstone. The Gunfighter: W. Pryor, Odeon, Aberdeen; C. Drysdale.
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
SITUATIONS VACANT

SITUATIONS VACANT

BBC invitee applications from men for the post of First Projectionist in the Film Unit, Television Service, based at Lime Grove; applicants must be fully experienced in the operation of standard 25-nim. and 16-mm. projection equipment and have a comprehensive knowledge of multi-
January 11, 1951 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England