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December 18, 1952 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
!ons k._ fl ftfi .e • r „ of making Monk Street a one street. The representatives had ureanimously decided

!ons k._ fl ftfi .e • r „ of making Monk Street a one street. The representatives had ureanimously decided

that no alterations to the present Order should be made, but that to clarify the position regarding parking in High Street. the present small car park on the northerly end of the road should have painted on it " Parking for . . . vehicles '• to indicate that parking was permitte
December 18, 1952 - Burton Observer and Chronicle - Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
LONG MEMORY

LONG MEMORY

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December 25, 1952 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
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FOURTEEN SMALL HALLS CLOSED FOURTEEN kinemas seating less than 400 have had to cease. Parliament was told before the recess. John Arbuthnot (Cons., Dover) asked the Financial Secretary to the Treastiry how many kinemas with a seating capacity of 400 or less and excluded from the
December 25, 1952 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
LARGEST NET SALE: OVER 5,900 COPIES WEEKLY

LARGEST NET SALE: OVER 5,900 COPIES WEEKLY

Certified by Ike Audit of Circulation No. 2,374 Thursday, December 25, 1952 Vol. 429. IS IT RESTRAINT OF TRADE?
December 25, 1952 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
AS PIONEER OF BRITISH PRESTIGE

AS PIONEER OF BRITISH PRESTIGE

the cause was right he pleaded their case with his American colleagues in New York, when, for instance, they wished to sort out the complications in Gaumont, such as the formation of CMA. Mr. Davis believed Mr. Skouras now knew that what he then thought was right had been proved
December 25, 1952 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
Voodoo Tiger (Columbia)--U.S. 66 min. (U) (CC) Excellent for Children. (C) Suitable for Children. *British Picture. fin Colour. Johnny Weissmuller,

Voodoo Tiger (Columbia)--U.S. 66 min. (U) (CC) Excellent for Children. (C) Suitable for Children. *British Picture. fin Colour. Johnny Weissmuller,

Exuberant Jungle Jim extravaganza. Story Jean Byron, poppycock, but animal thrills realistic James Seay. and atmosphere colourful.
December 25, 1952 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
VOODOO TIGER

VOODOO TIGER

Columbia. American (U). Directed by Spencer G. Bennet. Featuring Johnny Weismuller, Jean Byron and James Seay. 5.936 feet. Release not fixed. XUBERANT "green hell" extravaganza, generously stocked with ferocious animals. The latest Jungle Jim, it's sheer poppycock. but its swift
December 25, 1952 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
KIN Ell ATOGRAPII

KIN Ell ATOGRAPII

Page 14 MGM star Esther Williams appears as champion swimmer Annette Kellerman in the new Technicolor biography-with-music THE ONE-PIECE BATHING SUIT. The screen "million dollar woman" co-stars with Victor Mature and Walter Pidgeon, with Donna Corcoran appearing as Annette when
December 25, 1952 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England
 
MANCHISTII

MANCHISTII

Contract Slip Takes "Voluntary " Out of Eady Scheme—MlLLEß " FROM the inception of the Eady levy it has been stressed that it is a voluntary levy, but when a slip is placed on a contract making it a condition of the booking it ceases to .be voluntary and may as well be on the St
December 25, 1952 - Kinematograph Weekly - London, London, England